From publisher :
"Human moral systems in different groups, like criminal gangs , Democracy, Islam, Communism,
Nationalism, tribe and many others are studied from the point view of
animal behavior and sorted accordingly. By mapping human moralities to animal
logical patterns, the author tries to predict future forms of society and comes
to surprising conclusions on sex orientation, economy, politics and the
historical development of humanity. Suggesting that any human is bisexual by
nature, the book offers a concept of conversion from mono-sexual straight or gay
sexual orientation to bisexuality, explaining why gay to straight
alteration wouldn't work. The book contains adult subject matter, so
reader's discretion is advised."
“If you keep flinging this bread you will go blind one day”, -
my grandmother told me when I was 5 years old. Such prohibition works as harsh blockage of unwanted
behaviour, despite technically it’s being a lie, effectively operating as a
myth. From an information science point of view, the described prohibition is a
program code and this book is about similar instructions performing in our
“If you keep flinging this bread you will go blind one day”, - my grandmother told me when I was
5 years old. Such prohibition works as harsh blockage of unwanted behaviour,
despite technically it’s being a lie, effectively operating as a myth. From an
information science point of view, the described prohibition is a program code
and this book is about similar instructions performing in our brains.
Charles Darwin categorized the
development of living creatures and Mendeleev-Meyer introduced the periodic
table of chemical elements sorting them by
This book is about categorising
human moral systems: democracy, the green movement, Islam, Communism,
Nationalism, tribe structure, Gay pride and many other ideologies are studied
the from point view of animal behaviour and sorted accordingly. It might help
not only to understand current economical and political development but in
general to predict major forms of future trends.
Now that's the curious part. Modern
people think about Mormon polygamists, Islamic fundamentalists or North Koreas’
"Juche" believers, as deluded humans misled by their leaders, where western
civilization is seen as the highest achievement of the human mind. In book one
that follows, I will show how wrong such a position is, how today's self-imaging
is not a result of the great accomplishment of humanity, but just another
delusional and deceptive dream we are doomed to obey. And there is no evil
intent in how it’s happening, no ‘conspiracy theory’ of any kind.
The ‘ugly face of truth’ is that we
are apes. There is nothing, I repeat, nothing what differentiates us from
animals. But it can be extremely unpleasant to people who separate themselves
from other creatures of nature, which brings us to the next question.
Who Should Read It and Who Should Not?
Some writers create books for millions of
people, some for a specific audience, but my case is different. Being a fan of
the “Matrix” movie , I, as any ordinary Morpheus, writes for one person,
for Neo, and of course the main question of this publication is “what is the
Matrix?” But unlike Morpheus, this book will not ask you to believe in
something, quite the opposite – mainly not to trust anything and anybody. But
many believers can be disappointed by such a sceptical approach.
Any individual who is religious, patriotic, believes in aliens, the
American dream, communism, racism, democracy, or in women's rights in Africa,
might find the theories herein offensive. If you are a 'proud Canadian’, 'proud
Gay’, ‘proud Straight', or proud of your tribe, nation, country or sexuality, it
might also be potentially offensive for you. This book might disappoint you by
studying the essence of our souls and will try to classify myths, which are the
fundamental basis of practically any belief system or self proclamation or
emotional attitude that constructs 'us and them' separations. To prove my
theories, I have to attack some basic belief systems of everyday life: love, family,
roots, identity, and many others.
While examining all aspects of
human culture, it will sometimes be necessary to use foul language. I don't need
it to express myself, but have to classify the expletives to demonstrate the
outcomes in forms of linguistic analysis.
Immanuel Kant in 18th century destroyed
all proof of God’s existence, but explained that the concept of God is very
useful for managing our minds. I couldn't agree more. Morpheus in ‘The Matrix’
puts it more aptly:
You take the blue pill - the story ends, you wake up in your bed and believe whatever you want to
believe. You take the red pill - you stay in Wonderland and I show you how deep
the rabbit-hole goes.