Of Tyrants & Tellers Chapter 5- The Weaponization of Sex
CHAPTER 5: THE WEAPONIZATION OF SEX
March 31, 2002 – Israeli troops stormed the town of Ramallah, on the West Bank in Israel’s biggest offensive against the Palestinian Authority. Once they had full control of the town, they hijacked three Palestinian television stations of Ramallah and proceeded to broadcast pornography 24/7. They forced Palestinian residents to remain in their homes and watch…
Why would they do this? This seems like an odd way of securing control over a population. Or is it? The impact of Internet pornography is a topic that has garnered more attention in recent years, especially among men’s interest websites. This is mainly due to the fact that people, more specifically men, are beginning to wake up and realize the long-term negative impact of masturbation to pornography.
Many blogs in the general “manosphere” attempt to help men stop once and for all, but let’s be honest, these all fall short because “just don’t do it” doesn’t work in today’s world. Many readers say they quit but they don’t. They just lie to save face. But they cannot lie to themselves. You have to scare the willpower into them with stone cold truth… Pornography has always existed in one form or another. In fact, it’s so prevalent today that it’s hard to imagine a world without it. It’s like the Internet. It’s just something that has always been there.
As with everything else that is prevalent in the culture that we have gone over thus far, you have to put on your critical thinking cap and question this. Why? Why is pornography so readily available? Why does everyone watch it? If you are addicted to it, why is this the case? Thinking broader, why is modern-day culture so sexualized?
Most would answer that pornography is so readily available for the purposes of entertainment or pleasure. That’s the basic answer. Your entertainment is always at the bottom of the pyramid. Higher level thinkers would point to money, as that’s always a logical answer. “Hey someone is making money off of it!” That used to be the case. But who the hell pays for pornography today? It’s everywhere for free. No, the real answer lies with what transpired in Ramallah in 2002. Sex can be weaponized and therein lies the true purpose of Internet pornography.
Internet pornography is a weapon. It is a weapon of spiritual mass destruction.
Long-term pornography consumption robs men of their masculine, fighting spirit. It is also yet another tool for depopulation used by the puppet masters. Pornography or even on a broader scale, the hypersexualization of culture, is perhaps the most flawlessly executed psyop of all time because of its subtlety.
In fact, author and founder of Culture Wars magazine, E. Michael Jones wrote an entire book chronicling how sex has been used to enslave the masses titled, Libido Dominandi: Sexual Liberation and Political Control.
This hypersexualization of the West is the personification of the Devil himself. The Devil often comes to you as a friend with a smile on his face. Sex, as it pertains to culture, works the same way. It’s hidden under the guise of liberation, but in reality, it’s enslavement. For centuries, there has always been a select few individuals who understood that the key to conquering the minds of men was rooted in their passions.
“Men are tyrants, in other words, because they cannot govern desire. Their desires govern them.”
Jones’ historical account provides a mountain of evidence proving that this pattern of control never deviates. Throughout history, the select individuals who pull all the strings have always themselves been the most morally and sexually corrupt people behind closed doors. Instead, of seeking help or exercising self-control, they simply lead the charge calling for the “liberation” of all. Thus, beginning in Central Europe in the mid-eighteenth century, we have seen a slow but steady movement toward public acceptance of sexual perversion. Therefore, their own enslavement became the enslavement of all…
One figure of particular of interest in the book is a man by the name of Wilhelm Reich, who Jones refers to as the father or “high priest” of the masturbation industry. Starting in Vienna in the 1920s, Reich was one of the figures leading the charge of the Sexual Revolution that began in Europe at the time. He was particularly vocal in advocating for the widespread acceptance of sexual perversion and the practice of masturbation as a way of creating “well-balanced” individuals. But what were his beliefs based off of really? It turns out they were based off of many things, none of which had to do with the betterment of society or the individual.
First and foremost, Reich’s advocacy was simply a way of validating his own lack of self-control in his own life. According to Jones, Reich had been a compulsive masturbator since the age of 4. As he grew older, he began sexually abusing farm animals and by 15, he was a regular visitor of brothels. He eventually became a psychoanalyst from the Freudian school where he used his power and trust to sexually abuse female patients under the guise of “cutting edge” treatment. So it’s clear that Reich had no control over his own passions. Second, Reich eventually came to understand the impact of hypersexualization on the masses. During speeches, Reich found that by simply “talking dirty,” he could hold the attention of even the most distracted crowd. Ultimately, Reich surmised that sex, in every which way and form, was the ultimate “panacea for society’s problems,” the new opium of the people.
In one of his stand-up specials, comedian Louis CK joked about how “sex is in everything.” It was an interesting bit and one that is very relevant to this discussion. He pointed out how the prevalence of sex in all aspects of the culture led to his compulsive masturbation at seemingly random moments, like when he sees a woman reporting the news. Later in the special, Louis CK jokingly begs for it to stop.
“Just the constant perverted sexual thoughts… I’m so tired of those. It makes me an idiot. It’s all day too. You can’t have a day. I just want to be a regular person and walk around…”
The audience laughed but this lack of self-control over the passions is an issue all modern-day men deal with behind closed doors. The modern-day minds of both men and women are controlled almost entirely by sex. Sex is not just an act but an entity as well. You see it first thing in the morning when you check all of your social media accounts. You hear it in all the music you listen to you. You see it in all the movies, television, and YouTube videos you watch. Now here’s an interesting question to ask yourself…
Recently, what is the longest you have gone without thinking about sex? Many think back to the good old days of when they were young children. Have you ever wanted to go back to simpler times? Why? It turns out sex plays a big part in this. When you are a child, you don’t think about sex at all, let alone 24/7.
You’re not fixated on every move you make and whether or not it will ultimately lead to you attracting the opposite sex. You’re too busy learning about the world, eating snacks, and playing with toy dinosaurs. You’re too busy imagining. Your thoughts are pure.
As we get older, we become slaves to our passions. Every thought is related to sex. Every move we make is somehow linked to sex. This is understandable because self-control is difficult to master, especially in a culture that does everything it can to support your failure. The continual sexual perversion of popular culture, coupled with the widespread availability of pornography, will always be a weapon that is used to control you. True liberation it seems, lies with controlling it.