Page 1 of 4 123 ... LastLast
Results 1 to 10 of 33
Like Tree6Likes

Thread: Peter Joseph TZM Podcast for Feb 18th 2015 - Q & A

  1. #1
    Administrator
    Join Date
    May 2012
    Posts
    9

    Lightbulb Peter Joseph TZM Podcast for Feb 18th 2015 - Q & A

    On Feb 18th Peter will return to TZM Global Radio for a 45min Q&A Session and ZDay 2015 Update.

    http://www.blogtalkradio.com/zmgloba...nd-qa-feb-18th

    Please submit a TZM related question below for Q & A.
    Last edited by Syntax; 02-12-2015 at 10:49 PM.

  2. #2
    New Member
    Join Date
    Feb 2015
    Posts
    1
    Peter, how do you go about inspiring people to gain more education? You have inspired me to do so in learning so much about behavioral biology, psychology, as well as other sciences, but I can't seem to inspire others to do so. I feel like it is the first step in understanding that change is necessary, and I really need your advice to help spread the word.

  3. #3
    New Member
    Join Date
    Feb 2015
    Posts
    1
    As TZM and BIG activist I still find hard to convince people about unlink employment (monetarized work) from the right to exist by having basic needs guaranteed. ATM we managed to spread the concept among spanish population, but inmigration concerns still arose. I believe a worldwide movement will be necessary if we want to achieve BIG as a transitional (and smoother) step towards a value shift in culture. Should we (TZM) seriusly organize towards this goal for the next 3 years? Regards

  4. #4
    New Member
    Join Date
    Feb 2015
    Posts
    1
    Hi Peter
    I have the opportunity to work with people of all group ages from all over europe from all kinds of fields (students, teachers . doctors, taxi drivers, lawyers, bankers etc). I talked about TZM to them, and they like the idea, most of them know this system is broken and are familiar with all the things you talk about, even though they never heard about TZM. But they are all sceptical. A russian professor of physics in Germany said to me : " When my granddaddy was a little boy, there were rumors in our village that man could fly with an airplane made of wood. Everyone laughed in denial, till the day an airplane flew over our village. So show me and the world the plane and we will believe you"
    My question to you is : Shouldn't be a priority of TZM to actually do something rather than talk about it?
    Dev likes this.

  5. #5
    New Member
    Join Date
    Feb 2015
    Posts
    2

    Red face Question for Peter Joseph

    Hi Peter,
    I have listened to all of your podcasts, read TZM defined and watched your film series several times over. So thank you and the TZM lecture team for your life changing works.

    ALL, yes ALL of the claims I am about to make are supported by a variety of sources listed in the video description of this video link to my documentary entitled “Is Russel’s Brand of Feminism Trew?” which includes an interview clip starring yours truly. Which I encourage you and the viewers to watch. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QfXY7QAXtNk

    What I would like to ask is an elaborate, politically incorrect and important question about human sexual dimorphism, that requires a brief overview.

    See….For an economy to be based on resources and natural law, the ‘nature’ of human sexual dimorphism and the macro relationship between man and woman must be recognized and understood. The biological , physical, psychological and statistical differences between men and women must be acknowledged so that human beings can come into harmony with ‘truth’ and their own ‘nature’ so humans can reach their full potential and have positive relationships and pro-create efficiently ; free of economic co-dependency and the associated neurosis.

    However, currently, human sexual dimorphism is always discussed in so called social ‘sciences’ in a political way. It is usually discussed in terms of ‘gender issues’ that always portrays women as an oppressed class in a oversimplified way and promotes the idea that gender roles are purely social constructs absent of biological influence, which promotes androgyny , gender identity issues and confusion and a poor allocation of male and female potential. This narrative is politically expedient and fuels the economic system in many ways, too numerous to go into right now.

    See, The current - money-market system of economy exploits the human need for sexual companionship and love, while also affecting human relationships, breeding rituals and ultimately human evolution.
    Women in general consider a mans economic status as probably the most significant attribute for mate selection; while a man’s character, intelligence, empathy, health and other evolutionarily important variables are considered secondary. This phenomenon is called ‘Hypergamy’. Hypergamy has evolved from female dependency on male physical utility throughout history, that persists to this day, where now such physical dependency is diverted to a be mostly absorbed by the male collective, where men are chosen by females for mating purposes based on their 'financial' utility in monogamous straight relationships.
    • Hypergamy is evident in relationship income statistics - 20% of men in relationships earn over $2000 per week and only 5% of females In relationships earn over $2000 per week.
    • divorce statistics - women who earn more than their husbands are 40% more likely to initiate divorce than those who don’t.
    • and even a study that concluded that women have more orgasms if their partner is more wealthy than her.
    Also, Single women under 30 earn more than men on average in most western countries, but not women in relationships who still earn less than men on average, in other words; the more wealthy a female is, the less likely she is to find a man of higher economic status than herself and will likely stay single for longer. There have also been studies that show how females view male partners who earn less than themselves as 'burdens'. This data suggests that women essentially use their sexuality, love and reproductive abilities as a covert commodity. When women have sex with men without extracting adequate resources in exchange, they often feel they have ‘been used’ despite sex being a mutually beneficial act, when done properly.


    Hypergamy, results in more wealthy men pro-creating regardless of their other qualities, wealthy men are more likely to be psychopathic compared to men who may be more creative, intelligent and empathetic but less successful financially and hence don’t attract females as easily.
    Furthermore, hypergamy results in artificial sexual scarcity. Even in an age of abundant cheap contraception, women are still conditioned to withstand from having sex, so that women can use sex appeal to exploit men’s wallets and control men in subtle ways. Interestingly, cultures that encourage female sexual repression have strong statistical relationships with violence and drug abuse, and areas that legalize prostitution often experience a decrease in violence and stds. Sex is not only important for pro-creation, its important for bonds and pleasure, that if not received men will often find through drugs.

    Hypergamy also encourages consumption and debt.

    Men must have a lot of money, resources or be willing to go into debt to attract and keep females companionship who often want to use the man as a financial security blanket. Men must do this, to an extent, in order to out-compete the other men for female validation and sexual access.

    Women also use fashion and makeup and vanity ventures as a way to attract men of higher economic status and to know their own place in the female sexual hierarchy. Essentially trying to advertise their sexuality as being more valuable than it actually is in order to attract higher status males.

    Perhaps the most significant finding I have made in this field of study is that our society is essentially run by men for women, women who are more dependent on the current economic hierarchy and political structure than men are, because such structures divert male utility to women by proxy. Where once females were dependent on individual male direct utility, they then became dependent on individual male financial utility and now this dependency has simply been diverted to corporate and governmental dependency.
    Women account for 85% of consumer purchases on the planet, make up the majority of the voters and have the ability to control biological evolution and human values and from an economic perspective they make more ‘consumers’ to feed the growth economy. Hence women are catered to by the status quo.

    Women are given handicaps in corporate fields including the military in the United states and given handicaps at universities in England to encourage more females in technical fields at the expense of male equal opportunities and standard entrance benchmarks. all the while having the ability to secure individual men’s resources through marriage and family court settlements. Women are 80% of single parents and the vast majority of criminals and drug abusers come from single mother homes.

    Meanwhile men account for 80% of the people who run infrastructural systems that have actual utility and support human life, and 90% of inventions that improve human life, and this invention statistic stands true even within science and engineering degrees. Men account for the vast majority of manual labor workers and workplace deaths.

    The male hormone 'Testosterone' has been scientifically associated with risk taking, muscle growth, bravery and innovation. Innovation that has the potential to make the current power structures obsolete, if we can socially and ‘sexually’ adapt.


    So Peter, do you think how society perceives human gender roles, family constructs and sexual values needs to change significantly in order to bring about a natural law resource based economy?

    If so, how do you think such male - female relationships SHOULD change in personal and professional fields? and how do you think society could accommodate such changes? And do you think its even possible male-female dynamics and the use of money COULD change given that money not only provides physical wealth but ultimately female validation, ‘love’, sexual access and the ability to pass on ones genes. Because to me it seems money is so highly prioritized as a religious god because it enables social validation in particularly female sexual access and validation' possibly the most powerful biological incentive that controls male behavior through direct reinforcement....Also a widespread politically correct 'ignorance' of human sexual dimorphism seems to play into the hands of the 'political' status quo, the current economic system and prevents society from reaching its full potential. Dont get me wrong, I think women should have equal 'opportunity' but pretending men and women are equal in all areas of life and changing society for that false belief is like the NBA making it mandatory to have at least 50% Asian midgets in all their teams so black people arent 'oppressing' . Being 'politically correct' means 'ignoring' natural law - that is biologically evident, to serve the current political establishment.

    I understand if you want to shorten this for the podcast,

    I look forward to Your Response. And please view my documentary “Is Russel's Brand of Feminsim Trew?” (linked above) for more information and sources to my claims.

    Thanks.
    Last edited by NoHoldsBarred; 02-13-2015 at 09:04 AM. Reason: Typos

  6. #6
    New Member
    Join Date
    Feb 2015
    Posts
    2
    Peter,
    First off, thank you for giving us your time and your wisdom, I truly appreciate it and very fortunate to be alive during this time. I have no doubt that you will be remembered in history as one of the great minds of all time. My question is about Chapter Coordinators and not really about how things will work in a new society like a RBE. I don't know about anyone else, but it makes logical sense and I know social issues along with all the other detrimental problems we face now we gradually work itself out. So back to the Coordinators. I've talked to a couple of Chapter Coordinators in the U.S. and not only is it them, but other people within TZM that seem really "Extreme" where they become intolerant to everything they think is wrong and start judging everyone to the point where comments such as," If you eat meat, you're not in TZM" and also from another Coordinator saying," if you drink and smoke you're not awake". I understand where their beliefs come from, but honestly to criticize and judge like that, especially within the group, seems counter productive and a bit hostile. I'm not here to complain, but I was wondering how one should handle his situation if you are under a coordinator like this? I understand things like, eating meat and drinking alcohol are no different than stealing and killing, they are symptoms of our upbringing, neurosis and our conditioning and these things will fix themselves eventually when we are in a society that educates and nourishes us physically and mentally. Thank you for your much appreciated time.

  7. #7
    New Member
    Join Date
    Feb 2015
    Posts
    1
    Saluton Peter,
    I apologize if you have already talked about these questions.
    However if you have heard of Esperanto and if so what are your thoughts of the language, the concept and why it did not become successful?
    Also are you a vegan?

  8. #8
    Dev
    Dev is offline
    Member
    Join Date
    Jul 2013
    Location
    Boise, ID
    Posts
    303
    wtf people, who gives a rat's ass what PJ eats? Or thinks of gender issues? Peter's answers to questions like that don't get us any closer to the RBE. TZM is not a cult of personality, and PJ has always, always avoided taking on a traditional role as an authority or leader. Count on him to spread word of the RBE via intelligent and creative artistic projects, not to lead you by the nose to the RBE. Look to PJ for insight on big picture issues, not TZM micro-management.

    My questions to Peter: What do you think is the reason TZM has seen such an enormous drop in active members, and how might this situation be reversed?
    We're all in this together by ourselves. - Lily Tomlin

    "I can't put these ideas back in the box." -Jen Wilding

    Behold the turtle, who only makes progress when he sticks his neck out. -A. Terrapin


  9. #9
    New Member
    Join Date
    Feb 2015
    Posts
    2
    Quote Originally Posted by Dev View Post
    wtf people, who gives a rat's ass what PJ eats? Or thinks of gender issues? Peter's answers to questions like that don't get us any closer to the RBE. TZM is not a cult of personality, and PJ has always, always avoided taking on a traditional role as an authority or leader. Count on him to spread word of the RBE via intelligent and creative artistic projects, not to lead you by the nose to the RBE. Look to PJ for insight on big picture issues, not TZM micro-management.

    My questions to Peter: What do you think is the reason TZM has seen such an enormous drop in active members, and how might this situation be reversed?


    Maybe my question and yours are connected? We have a lot of coordinators and members turning people and members away with their bigotry. Some people in TZM get too extreme and sort of remind me of the very people they talk against. Like I said, counter productive. This concerns me.

  10. #10
    New Member
    Join Date
    Feb 2015
    Posts
    2
    Quote Originally Posted by Dev View Post
    wtf people, who gives a rat's ass what PJ eats? Or thinks of gender issues? Peter's answers to questions like that don't get us any closer to the RBE. TZM is not a cult of personality, and PJ has always, always avoided taking on a traditional role as an authority or leader. Count on him to spread word of the RBE via intelligent and creative artistic projects, not to lead you by the nose to the RBE. Look to PJ for insight on big picture issues, not TZM micro-management.

    My questions to Peter: What do you think is the reason TZM has seen such an enormous drop in active members, and how might this situation be reversed?
    I was actually asking peter about human sexual dimorphism. If you don't think that how humans organize sexually has anything to do with 'economy' then you are mistaken. I stopped being an 'active member' because talking about the differences between men and women from a 'scientific' perspective was met with ravage hostility and outbursts by people in my chapter, if that helps to answer your question without looking to Peter to answer it.

    PS. Happy valentines day aka men giving women useless crap in order to gain / continue to gain sexual access day. A 'trade' off, where men must justify their own sexual value by contributing to the consumer economy and pussy worship.

Page 1 of 4 123 ... LastLast

Tags for this Thread

Posting Permissions

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts
  •  
web statistics
SEO by vBSEO 3.6.1