You have sure said a mouthful there, Carl. My feelings exactly. In a session that was lost, but which I still remember, the Cs once said that the day would come when we would not want to leave our homes because of social turmoil. Well, I think that day is here. And I'm assuming that not wanting to leave one's home also means not wanting to have interactions with a LOT of people.
It's like Lobaczewki's discussion about "Hysterization". That was SOOO accurate. There is so much "selection and substitution" going on in people's heads that it is utterly horrifying. In fact, I'm not sure that Lobaczewski could have imagined how really bad it can get; it's like hysterization on steroids these days.
I'm really thankful for the Cs' warnings and for Lobaczewski's analysis and description; gads, can you imagine experiencing all this without having some insight and understanding? We would all think that WE were crazy.
You know I've been feeling like that a lot lately (as many others here I'm sure) as I see lecturers bring up Trump and American gun control issues and all I can think is ''this man is 3 times my age and he has no idea what he's talking about'' but they always talk with such conviction and disdain that I can't help but be disgusted.They even bring it up out of the blue while teaching electronics.We're Australian,why does he care?It's the strangest thing.
I've also been thinking about Lobaczewski a lot and one particular line keeps spinning in my head.When the communist propagandists first appeared at Lobi's uni he noted that they speak with a barely disguised contempt. I've noticed that most university lecturers don't even bother to disguise their hatred for whites/males/anyone that disagrees.You can find hundreds of them speaking online.Remember the bike lock guy?He was an ethics professor.The mere act of questioning the narrative has become and act of evil in and of itself.What's more is that it's the vast majority of unis that have become infected and continue to spread it throughout society,churning out an ever greater number of haters (i can't think of a better word for them).
Originally Lobaczewski called the process of ponerogenesis,transpersonification. Looking around I can tell why he saw it as such.It really does seem like people's personalities have been ''replaced''.