My religious leader believes that Europe belongs to the Europeans

It is a happy coincidence, or perhaps not, that  for many years I have LARPed as best I can as a Buddhist, studying the Pali Canon and meditating, and would consider the Dalai Lama my religious leader.


Considering my religious leader recently stated “Europe belongs to the Europeans,” it would be religious persecution to attack me for agreeing with my religious leader.

Dalai Lama: ‘Europe belongs to the Europeans’

Here’s my pitch — we should all become Buddhists now.  It’s very workable.

Buddhist morality is mathematical — the evil doer suffers, and one who avoids doing evil does not suffer.  Don’t be contentious with people, and avoid contentious people.  Contentious people clog up the gears.    Be very calm and have peace of mind.

I consider doing mathematics a Buddhist meditation, because you have to slow down your mind to follow complexity.  Mathematics/physics/engineering is like a chew toy for the brain, and I notice cognitive enhancement from doing math regularly.  Buddhism/math/qigong/kung fu makes you calmer/smarter, and you need to be calm and high on Maslow’s hierarchy to do intellectually advancing work.

When I was younger I didn’t do mathematics because I was a lonely incel and was low on Maslow’s hierarchy of needs.  Being married and in a family put me high enough on the hierarchy of needs to be able to concentrate and study math.

In education, children must be assessed where they are on the hierarchy of needs, and if they are low on the hierarchy of needs, they aren’t going to learn well.  The hierarchy of needs thing has to be solved first.  These insights have flowed from my study of Buddhism.

Here is my Buddhist inspired meme, the quote is from the Dhammapada.  It’s an example of mathematical morality.



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10 Responses to My religious leader believes that Europe belongs to the Europeans

  1. Maureen Martin, Aryan Street says:

    Yes Soros’ physiognomy certainly reflects his character much like Bill Clinton’s face has caught up with his deeds. Most of OUR older men like KMac, Duke, Taylor etc, look very healthy in comparison!

    • mindweapon says:

      That’s a great insight, Maureen. If I think of it I’m going to do the same quote with Barbara Lerner Specter.

      New Buddhist insight – – the evildoer suffers in his evildoing, and makes others suffer to gaze upon him. For evildoing becomes one with the evildoer, and as a man-devil he appears.

      I swear if I met the Buddhists they would recognize me as a reincarnated bodhisattva.

  2. Maureen Martin, Aryan Street says:

    I think you’ve talked about the physiognomy thing in the past.

    Here’s a good photo of Spectre.. someone should get her into one of those Gritty memes

  3. Dan Parrott says:

    Hi, I read your post on the DS lifestyle thread. I find your strategy inspiring and want to join the study group.

    I borrowed a calculus text from the public library, and I have started chapter 1 “prerequisites for calculus.”

    Thanks for putting the inspiration and the offer to help out there.

    Kind regards, Dan

    • mindweapon says:

      Thank you Dan! If you get stuck on a math problem I’ll be glad to help you via email or cell phone or skype or postal mail. When I need math help, I take a photo with my cell phone, transfer the jpg photo file to my computer print it out and mail it to my tutor who is too old school for me to send him email attachments. But us young uns can skip the postal mail and i can help you via email attachments or skype.

      Definitely do this. Calculus then physics then electronics engineering and mechanical engineering then robotics engineering and by 2022 we’ll have a white nationalist robotics and automation company and you can be a founding employee with stock options.

    • mindweapon says:

      I recommend The Calculus Lifesaver by Adrian Banner and The Calculus Problem Solver by REA.

  4. mindweapon says:

    I recommend The Calculus Lifesaver by Adrian Banner and The Calculus Problem Solver by REA.

  5. Maureen Martin, Aryan Street says:

    Hope you won’t mind me saying so but we don’t need (((Maslow’s))) much touted take on what is actually ancient wisdom. You probably knew this MW but ancient Hindu tradition (possibly influenced by Caucasians) has the purusharthas, or four aims of life. They are dharma (duty, ethics), artha (prosperity, wealth), kama (love, pleasure, sensual gratification), and moksha (the pursuit of liberation).

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