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Eliminating Vectors is More Important than Eradicating Pathogens: 1

The transmission of infectious diseases from one host to another can occur in a number of ways. Some involve direct physical contact between the two hosts or their bodily secretions and excretions, others involve an inanimate intermediary such as water, food or soil. A small but significant number of pathogens utilize a temporary host, often of a different species from their main host, to jump from one host to the other.

Temporary or secondary hosts that facilitate the transmission of a pathogen are known as vectors.

Most of you are aware that certain genera of mosquitoes transmit malaria and a number of other viruses and parasites. Fleas transmit diseases such as plague and epidemic typhus. Houseflies facilitate the spread of many pathogens that causes gastrointestinal illnesses and ticks transmit the bacterial species that cause lyme disease among many others. I could go on, but this post is about the dynamics of human societies, not medical microbiology.

In the past, I have often compared the true elite (the 0.1 or 0.01%) to mindless pathogens whose purpose for existence seems to center around stealing from and damaging their hosts, regardless of the long-term consequences. But how do they do that, given their rather small numbers both in absolute terms and as a percentage of the total population? Did any genocidal tyrant ever personally kill even a tiny fraction of the people who died under their rule? How many Jews did Hitler kill with his own hands? what about Stalin? How many people did Stalin kill with his own hands? How many Indians did Churchill personally kill? In all of the above cases, and every other instance of genocide, those who gave the orders were almost never involved in carrying them out.

The same is true for leaders who order their nations into war, CEOs who fire thousands of people, bankers who steal trillions from millions.

The success of such ‘endeavors’ depended around their ability to commandeer the temporary loyalty of a minority of the population who carry out their orders and wishes. Without these people, or should we say.. vectors, the malicious wishes and desires of the elite would be little more than pipe-dreams. They would have no ability to influence anything beyond their immediate environment and even then they would probably be quickly killed off by the first few people they tried to harm or steal from.

The elite in every social system are therefore completely dependent upon the continued existence of a much larger number, though still a minority, of vectors to carry out their malicious designs. I should also point out that exterminating one group of elites often results in another bunch filling their spots and continuing the malicious behavior, if in a somewhat different direction.

Exterminating vectors and their progeny is the only foolproof way of destroying elites.

But who are these vectors in human societies? How can you identify them? How did they arise in the first place? What motivates them? What is going on inside their little heads? What is their survival strategy? How do you break them? How do you destroy them? How do you prevent their reemergence?

Vectors in human society can be identified by the nature of their jobs, their level of enthusiasm for their vocations and the underlying motivation for doing whatever they do. Vectors work in jobs, occupations and vocations that directly (or indirectly) serve the elites, implement their dystopic visions, enforce their ideas and collect rent for them. Vectors are also distinguishable from other non-elites by an unusually high degree of enthusiasm towards their often openly dystopic and inhumane vocations. Many of them are true believers in the inherent goodness of whatever they do and believe that the elites really embody virtues. Almost every single vector sees himself (or herself) as morally superior to the people they are robbing, abusing and killing.

One of the most peculiar and distinguishing feature of vectors is their high levels of devotion to their own family and children. All vectors are great “family” men and women. They invest a lot of themselves in the upbringing of their progeny. As you will see later on, this presents a particularly interesting and exploitable vulnerability.

In the next part of this series, I shall list the most commonly encountered vector subtypes, what they do, why they do it and what motivates them.

What do you think? Comments?

  1. September 8, 2013 at 1:40 am

    Reblogged this on oogenhand and commented:
    Particularly interesting vulnerability? You are aware of prison vigilantism, aren’t you?

  2. webe
    September 8, 2013 at 8:31 am

    Very good theme. The Eichmans of the world, the Hitlers in post stamp format … “rules are rules”
    We have a saying which roughly translates to: It is diligence that will be the world’s ruin.

    Very true, there would have been no Hitler without all those ‘family men’ carrying out his orders.

  3. jackal
    September 8, 2013 at 8:52 am


  4. P Ray
  5. EvilOne
    September 8, 2013 at 4:00 pm

    The elite dont want to eliminate Unka Diaboli… they want us!

  6. September 8, 2013 at 7:57 pm

    this is a bigger part of why MGTOW means not just opting out of marriage but also things like military service and law enforcement…

  7. eradican
    September 8, 2013 at 10:21 pm

    The only real absolutes are force and power. Nuclear proliferation is so scary to the establishment because they too will die in a first/retaliatory strike and not just the peasants. Hitting the elites and their sycophants where it hurts will definitively lead to meaningful reform and change.

    • P Ray
      September 9, 2013 at 12:14 am

      Well, that works with “targeted contamination” and disease.
      The food chain works well for this.

      • eradican
        September 9, 2013 at 9:23 am

        Chemical and biological weapons are also taboo because the aristocratic class isn’t immune even in their fortified encampments. However nsurgent type activities can reach the same ends as well. That’s why most of the world’s population is disarmed and leftists want the same in Murka.

      • P Ray
        September 9, 2013 at 12:57 pm

        However nsurgent type activities can reach the same ends as well. That’s why most of the world’s population is disarmed and leftists want the same in Murka.
        America has not asked other countries to allow their populations to be armed.
        For people who talk about the right to bear arms, and say they are “exporting democracy”, it’s curious that they leave that feature out from their activities in liberating other countries.

  8. September 9, 2013 at 10:57 am

    One of the most peculiar and distinguishing feature of vectors is their high levels of devotion to their own family and children. All vectors are great “family” men and women.

    This very much supports the validity of the notion of the “family” being in a very precise sense an ideological construct rather than a “natural” institution.

    • eradican
      September 9, 2013 at 12:59 pm

      The natural family consists of the mother and her offspring. The man/father has no role whatsoever beyond that. Most male are disposable and rarely reproduce in nature. Civilization is the antithesis of that essentially a warlike patriarchy. That’s why so many “family men” are devoted to murderous totalitarian regimes. The ultimate need and want of the man is satisfied therefore he should serve the establishment faithfully. The rise of the dissent blog movement coincided with western elites no longer living up to their end of the bargain.

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