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9 Human Resources

9 Human Resources


“I have heard their groans and sighs, and seen their tears, and I would give every drop of blood in my veins to free them.”

Harriet Tubman


Human Civilization requires two crucial components to function and prosper: Humans and Civilization. The Oxford Definition of civilization is this: the stage of human social and cultural development and organization that is considered most advanced. Social, refers to society which is defined by Oxford as: the aggregate of people living together in a more or less ordered community. Cultural, Oxford defines as: relating to the ideas, customs, and social behavior of a society.

Human beings are the key ingredient to civilization and economic structure. The single most important activity any economic structure must engage in, is the management of human resources. Human resources are crucial to the cultivation and extraction of all the other resources in our planetary garden and beyond.

Corporate HR

Advanced Human Resources management is practiced inside of the most powerful companies in the United States, and world as a whole. Corporate psychologists work with the executive teams on a regular basis. Despite this evolution companies regularly engage in negative cognition training using the power of social ostracism. A person is fired from a company for a few reasons:

  • Unable to perform their duties to specification.

  • Don’t play nice with management.

  • Break corporate moral codes.

  • Spread negative cognition amongst the other members of the company.

To be fired is the civilized equivalent of being banished, and to a human nervous system being banished could mean death. The fear is real, keep up with the politics and performance metrics or be banished. Employees will cling to a non-growth job for years to avoid the fear of banishment. Many children are taught that being fired means that one is somehow morally defective and less than.

Corporate entropy is a company accumulating employees who stay out of fear rather than out of love. Employees staying out of fear put a company on the fast track to hyena land. Companies of a certain size are legally required to provide anti-sexual harassment training. Keep your hands and your comments to yourself or else! That is the message delivered every time one of these training classes happens.

Romances are highly discouraged within companies and so without a natural place to find romantic love, people take to the internet or bars to try to make a spark. Very little room for developing a strong friendship prior to a romance is given, and humans partition our brains out to the different rules for different environments. Romances are terrifying inside the corporation because of the risk of banishment.

Programs for positive growth often fall flat on their face inside companies because the program administrators are simply not believed. If a person trying to teach another is in that person’s psychological ‘parent zone’, or working for ‘the man’, the most well-intentioned program will simply hit the cognitive firewall.

In the last several decades the champions of positive reinforcement have been hard at work making misguided attempts to encourage. People are given disingenuous compliments in the vain attempt that they will somehow be encouraged. Or prior to feedback, a laundry list of compliments has to be aired out to ‘protect’ one’s emotions from the negative feelings they might feel from criticism. This type of emotional-protection behavior is corporate codependency.

Cognitive function is a matter of putting in the work, and those that believe it, when they are given disingenuous compliments are being set up for a later negative emotional experience. Either they’ll believe the complementor is a pathological liar (many are) or they will believe themselves to be actually incapable, or both. One does not need to hear a disingenuous compliment prior to feedback, shoot straight. The ground doesn’t compliment a skydiver prior to their unsuccessful landing. The ocean doesn’t compliment the sailor prior to swallowing their ship whole. And the marketplace doesn’t congratulate a feeble company prior to smashing it into oblivion.

Actual good vibes are quality unfiltered feedback. When I make a mistake in Nyborg, one of my trusted advisors will say, “wow you really shot yourself in the dick on that one”. Because I did, and that’s learning. Champions of positive encouragement are trying to get people to keep going and not give up. A person needs to be able to experience their own frustration, and learn from that so they can then have a positive experience when they do succeed.

The misguided belief that drives many parents to teach their children by negative cognition is that the world is a rough unforgiving place, and you might as well learn that from me. But the result is children learned to not really trust anyone, including the ones who used negative cognition to train. Negative emotions are natural and normal, they don’t need to be forced upon a person. We will experience plenty of them in our lifetime on our own, breaking the bond of love and trust between parent and child due to the use of negative cognition only results in a cascade of negative emotions and behaviors later in life.

Every single established large company is sitting on a tremendous opportunity for a new kind of manufacturing process: The cognitive rehabilitation of human beings. A person spends about 1/3 of their working-adult life at work, 1/3 in their own chosen environment, and 1/3 sleeping. Unionization enabled the protection of workers' individual human rights, but it also created a lot of problems as well.

Union employees are often fixed in place with negative cognition. Unionization means that workers can rally together for wages of pay that slowly drove companies to become uncompetitive in prices. Union labor employees are able to gather wages that are higher than knowledge workers in many cases and drive manufacturing costs out of control.

Many unions have been infiltrated by organized crime syndicates, further damaging the integrity of the organizations. The rising cost of basic labor combined with productivity losses associated with invasive criminal philosophy have led many of the largest companies in the United States to send their manufacturing plants overseas.

Labor unions in California’s utilities provider PG&E have caused a massive amount of erosion in the state’s energy infrastructure. The situation in California has led to the systematic shutting off of power to millions of customers in California. An interview of a non-union PG&E labor manager who supervises a union labor gang revealed disturbing behavior. He told me that if his guys don’t want to perform a maintenance activity that they will simply go home sick. He is not allowed to have anyone else perform the maintenance activity per the unions negotiated terms with PG&E. California’s energy infrastructure is crumbling underneath the destructive cultural practices of unionized negative cognition.

The ideal of equality is embroiled in a battle in the United States between those that believe in the equality of opportunity, and those that believe in the equality of outcome. Equality of outcome believers are predominantly motivated by negative cognition, believing that others somehow have something that they cannot have. Equality of outcome beliefs have led to dominion-based economic structures forming in the countries that have adopted those economic policies. Quality of life did not improve for the USSR and China where equality of outcome beliefs has taken hold. The result has simply been those that disagree with the philosophy are swept under the rug.

Instead of keeping employees in place, or allowing employees to stay in place, companies have the opportunity to engage in positive psychogenesis. The term of employment of 5 years would enable the company to achieve maximum benefit from the employees’ labor while being able to provide the necessary length of time for that employee to rehabilitate to a profile of positive cognition. Once armed with the skill set of positive cognition the employee could be graduated to a more complicated role in the company, or leave the company to start one of their own.

Mismanaged Resources

In the 19th century and first part of the 20th century, American capitalists grossly mismanaged their human resources. When a mine or a factory was constructed, the United States had little to no support infrastructure for the facility and its people. It was left to the company to create that infrastructure. The company town was born. Entire communities were built on the company dollar. Schools, parks, stores, police, and fire stations all were all built on the company dollar.

Depending on the industry, and the company owner, the town may have been of decent quality or raggedly cheap construction. Mining towns were usually built as cheaply as possible. Manufacturing towns were often of higher quality construction. Company owners dictated the rules of their communities, and in the case of mining communities would even pay their employees in company money called ‘scrip’. Scrip was only spendable at that company’s facilities to buy things and had a terrible exchange rate for the dollar. Loading employees up with incredibly long hours to maximize profitability, companies left their workers with almost no personal time whatsoever.

Other companies treated their factory workers quite well such as Hershey and Ford Motor Company. Henry Ford mandated that his employees be paid an exceptionally high wage for their labor compared to the status quo. Ford also demanded that employees maintain specific lifestyle standards, and would have their private houses regularly inspected to enforce those standards.

In 1794 shoe manufacturers in Philadelphia formed the first labor union in the United States. In 1865 slavery was abolished and in 1866 the National Labor Union movement began. By paying in scrip and hogging all of their workers time meant to become an indentured servant. Even though slavery had been made illegal by the United States, capitalists had effectively found a legal work around.

Union worker culture further served to create a cognitive divide between labor and business owners. Worker culture continuously reinforces the belief that “they think they are better than us.” Also, the belief that “some are meant to lead and some to follow, and I’m just a follower, that’s all I’ll ever be.”

The hit song, Sixteen Tons recorded by Merle Travis in 1946 sums up labor culture perfectly:

Verse:

Some people say a man is made outta mud.

A poor man's made outta muscle and blood.

Muscle and blood, and skin and bones.

A mind that’s weak and a back that’s strong.

Synopsis: If I’m poor, I’m stupid, and all I’m good for is hard labor.

Verse:

I was born one mornin’ when the sun didn’t shine.

I picked up my shovel and walked to the mine

I loaded 16 tons of number nine coal,

And the straw boss said, “Well, a-bless my soul”

Synopsis: I was born to mine coal, for it is God’s will.

Verse:

I was born one mornin’ it was drizzlin’ rain.

Fightin’ and trouble are my middle name.

I was raised in the canebrake by an ol’ mama lion

Can’t no high-toned woman make me walk the line.

Synopsis: I was neglected as a child; no woman’s love will make me love myself.

Verse:

If you see me comin’ better step aside.

A lot of men didn’t, and a lot of men died.

One fist of iron, and the other of steel.

If the right one don’t get you, then the left one will.

Synopsis: I’m so angry all the time, I won’t hesitate to kill for momentary relief.

Chorus:

You load sixteen tons, what do ya’ get.

Another day older, and deeper in debt.

St. Peter, don’t you call me ‘cause I can’t go.

I owe my soul to the company store.

Synopsis: My reward for working hard is spit in my face, I’m owned by the company that I work for.

The United States government took an incredibly aloof stance on the labor practices of capitalists. The government by the people and for the people turned a blind eye on the situation. Workers across the United States were furious at capitalists and their government for taking this position. Unionization spread across the United States regardless of violent resistance from company owners. In many ways, the United States has experienced two civil wars. Violent shootouts in the United States began in 1877 at B&O Railroad, and Unionization violence has occurred regularly ever since.

The double-edged sword to Unionization is that performing the same activity for 20-40 years is mind-numbing. Union workers coming off the auto assembly lines in Detroit would move to Florida to retire. Often with the attitude of “I worked hard all my life, now I’m done.” They would park their butts in a chair in front of the television and their minds would rot out of their skull in less than 10 years.

Without neurological variability in the diet, the mind’s neuroplasticity stagnates like a weak muscle. Advancing age brings about the natural decay of the brain. Without neuroplasticity to make continuous work arounds to maintain critical function, the mind decays into madness. Therefore, a long union career is often rewarded with years of nervous system disorder, and a slow painful death.

Performing relatively the same duties for more than a few years is an incredible waste of human potential. Furthermore, labor unions made it so that a worker could earn more money with each year of performing the same relative duties. What this translates to for a company and a country is that after a few years of service a worker transitions from an asset to a liability on the balance sheet.

Due to stacking-up liabilities in the United States, capitalists found another work-around. Send manufacturing overseas to communist and other US-philosophy incompatible countries. Since human rights in other countries aren’t a problem for their governments; workers can be placed in the same conditions pre-unionized manufacturers placed their workers in 100 years ago. Manufacturing for new industries began pouring overseas.

Hard-fought human rights victories in the United States were nullified completely. The largest emerging industry in the last 60 years (semiconductor) moved off of US soil. Contract manufacturers in China like Jabil and Foxconn crank out smartphones, computers, and other electronics for the United States while marching workers from their corporate housing to the factory at gunpoint.

Anti-suicide nets are placed around worker barracks to prevent suicides of depressed workers working non-stop 12+ hour shifts. Rivers of industrial waste run through these factories causing severe environmental contamination. Technology companies are claiming progressive moral high ground while cracking the whips off of backs of slave labor in other countries.

It’s the information age and other countries are holding keystone positions in the US economy. Meanwhile US socialist culture demands more and more pay for the same work; believing that somehow the companies will magically be able to foot the bill.

Animal Husbandry

It takes approximately 8 years for a human to be more or less useful in hunting, gathering, and other caloric producing activities. Raising a human baby to the stage at which it will begin to produce caloric output, is a resources management decision. Until a child can aid in the production of food it is technically a loss on the caloric balance sheet. Domestication of animals is the heart of human civilization, and the first animal domesticated was humans.

The practice of agriculture is what led to the domestication of the human animal. Domestication is the process in which humans assume a degree of control over the reproduction and care of a plant or animal. As agriculture created a fixed finite supply of food it became crucial to manage the distribution of that food. To manage the resources properly, leaders of early civilization began to actively engage in human reproductive cycle management.

Men who are not romantically engaged are sexually frustrated and have higher levels of testosterone. Entering a new relationship, the testosterone will remain at higher levels for a short period to compete with other males. When a relationship carries on and there is no longer a need to compete for breeding rights, testosterone will drop in men. Testosterone is responsible for the development of masculine features such as the genitals, voice, and body hair. Testosterone also plays a crucial role in muscular and bone development, sex drive, and sperm production.

Women who are not romantically engaged have been shown to have higher levels of testosterone and cortisol. A woman entering into a new romance will experience an acute drop in these hormones that will taper off over time. The reduction in cortisol and testosterone increases female fertility, and attachment to her romantic partner.

Dopamine is produced in both sexes in response to consensual sexual stimulation. When experiencing orgasm, both men and women will receive elevated levels of oxytocin. FMRI has shown that during orgasm the parts of the brain responsible for memory, emotions, body control, impulse control, empathy, and euphoria are highly active.

Elevated levels of cortisol in both men and women are caused by unresolved emotional trauma. Elevated cortisol over a long period of time has been shown to result in weight gain, acne, thinning skin, flushed face, slowed healing, muscle weakness, fatigue, irritability, distractibility, elevated blood pressure, and headaches. All of which will reduce the sexual attractiveness of a person.

The data that is currently missing is the effect of codependency on the hormonal profiles of mated pairs. Years of codependency erode the connection between two partners and their hormones are likely responding as a result. The rising trend of polyamory seems to be driven by the mechanism of simply spreading codependency around across several relationships. It is unknown at this time if the advancement of hormonal response studies will prove or disprove the polyamory and monogamy models due to the effects of codependency.

Intimacy is a human need; new relationships cause significant changes in the hormones of both sexes. Romantic hormonal shifts have been recorded throughout human history as inspirational ingredients for positive behavior. Ancient Greeks believed that these hormonal changes were embodied as deities known as the muses. The muses were the inspirational goddesses of literature, art, and science. Effectively co-domestication of bonded pairs will reduce sexual desire, inspiration, and overall life satisfaction. Lower levels of testosterone in men combined with elevated cortisol will make a man less attractive, and less interested in romancing his bonded partner.

Yet in culture, desires of male sexuality are regularly displayed and have a greatly enhanced presence than displays of female desires. Female sexuality has been largely made taboo. The MPAA ratings system will even increase the age restriction of a movie if a female is portrayed masturbating. View of a male masturbating is accepted as a rated R movie, where portrayals of females masturbating are given NC-17 ratings. The ratings of movies are a subjective measure provided by a representative audience of men and women.

With each tool humans create; a behavioral consequence is created along with it. It is likely that agricultural practices led to the creation of patriarchal cultural practices. Early economic management developed the behavior of sorting and organizing things. In the many models of organizing society throughout history there have always been various models of segregation. Separated by wealth, gender, race, religion, caste, tribe, geographical region, city, town, sexuality, or corporate office location, there have always been barriers of separation.

When human beings are separated from each other, negative cognition creates a dissident vacuum, which is filled with negative thoughts about those that one is separated from. Without the presence of a model of reality to build upon; one’s perception is formed from the opinions of others, media information, and raw imagination. Perception formed this way is incredibly inaccurate.

Sub-cultural beliefs for hundreds of generations have taken a keen interest in human sexuality. Specifically, the sexuality of others. Family and greater society constantly endeavor to tell men and women what their sexuality is all about. Based on gender one is told what they should be, and then shamed about the mere possibility of not fitting into that role. Domesticated human sexuality in civilization has become far more about obedience than intimate connection.

Men working long hours together engaged in hard labor and having very little time with the opposite sex is more or less a cultural norm. Sexually frustrated men with elevated levels of testosterone and low oxytocin to provide enhanced feelings of empathy are the source of sexual violence against women. Women trained in sexual obedience by negative cognition are set up as pray animals to sexually predatory men. Even in modern technology companies’ women comprise 20% or less of the company.

Inside a modern company, human sexuality is practically taboo and tightly controlled by human resources. Without the presence of women for men to learn how to communicate through practice, both sexes are being set for failure.

A core condition of the experiment at Nyborg was the balance of gender distribution to be no greater than 10% deviation from a 50/50 ratio. For most of the experiment Nyborg was 60% female. It proved substantially easier to locate un and under-employed women willing to engage in a social experiment. The result of the high-female gender ratio was that sexual relationships initiated almost immediately amongst the participants. There was no observable deviation from occurrence of codependent behavior due to these relationships. Codependencay thrived with our without sexual relationships.

Relationship dynamics within Nyborg improved the emotional development of the personnel. Sexism behavior within Nyborg was nearly imperceptible. Pairs were able to receive coaching in their relationship communication. Mandatory gender equality within the company made the overall personnel morale higher as members were able to enjoy higher levels of dopamine, and oxytocin; while having reduced levels of cortisol.

Breeding

Making a human baby is an extremely serious task. During childhood, a person learns how to do everything from defecation to long division. The nervous system is forming billions of neural connections as a baby develops. Babies are forming the constructs of their minds from the inputs of their body, feedback with the bodies systems; also, the inputs and feedback from their physical and social world.

To grow and raise a baby requires a mother’s body and mind to completely transform. A mother is flooded with different hormones for her body to begin the process. A human mother has a great deal of natural vulnerability and will require protection, care, and feeding. To properly raise a human baby to minimum-viable self-survival age requires care 24-7 for a minimum of 2,920 days. Babies who are wanted, and well cared for grow into strong, able-bodied, and fit-minded adults.

Babies who are not wanted, grow into malfunctioning adults. In 1973 the United States Supreme Court passed a bill legalizing the practice of abortion in all of the 50 United States. That bill was called Roe v. Wade. Since the passing of Roe v. Wade, economic experts calculated that a steady drop in the crime rate occurred, delayed by 20 years. Roughly the time it takes to create a dysfunctional adult. Crime reduced by nearly 50% because of the practice of abortion.

In classic models of human civilization, populations have been controlled using a number of different techniques. Post-birth babies would be inspected for health and euthanized if deemed unsuitable. Eunuchs would be placed in attendance of the royal family’s vulnerable human assets. Emperors and conquerors would have hundreds of children with multiple breeding partners, and the children would be pitted against each other for the throne.

Royal families of antiquity generally produced smarter healthier babies. They had access to the resources to take great care in their children’s development. Modern neuroscience has proven that genetics has little to do with healthy development. 85% of the brain is configured by the time a child begins public school in the United States at the age of 5 years. Montessori education is gaining more adoption in the United States and the statistics are rolling in.

Montessori starts at 2-3 years of age. Measuring reading and math in grade 1 Montessori students lag behind traditional schooling by about 2% on average. However, by grade 2, Montessori students rocket ahead of traditional students by 7% in reading and math. The theologically driven controversy over abortion in the United States is a distraction from the more important argument. Dropping funding for grades 11 and 12 and repurposing that to Montessori starting 2 years before elementary would cause the United States to make much smarter babies.

Much of the education in public high school is repeated in college, so why pay twice for the same? It is now the information age. Information is a commodity, log on to the internet, and one can learn literally anything already known. The most crucial investment any nation could make is in the development of their babies from 0-8 years of age. Yet the current status quo is to spend gargantuan amounts of money developing minds that are already dysfunctional.

Traditionally, corporations often treat breeding mothers as a loss on the balance sheet; the time the mother needs to take off work to raise her young causes a dip in productivity. But present frustration presents a tremendous opportunity. By providing mothers with access to advanced early-stage infant and toddler development, companies practicing Genesis model HR management would be investing in future interns. Well-developed babies make high-functioning adults and those adults can generate massive economic results.



Idle Resources

In the United States the health and longevity of citizens has been steadily increasing since the beginning of the information age. In 1950 the number of Americans over age 65 was 8%. By 2020 that number has more than doubled to 16.9%. That is 55 million people. Of the aging retired population, 40% are women living alone. Men have a higher mortality rate than women due to lifestyle and genetic factors.

In nomadic tribes of antiquity, the elderly made up a crucial pillar in the family support structure. With young mothers in constant attendance of their very demanding babies, elderly matrons provided assistance in caring for the mothers. Elderly males of sound health served as guides and protectors of the tribe while younger males went hunting.

The industrial revolution shook this model up substantially. Massive increases in machine driven economic production have made space for more prime aged individuals to assist with home front duties. The elderly begun to represent an idle portion of the population predominantly engaging in leisure activities. Technological evolution has so rapidly outpaced the traditional cognitive training cycle that many idle seniors are left in the dust.

Adults raising young in the United States on average spend $1200 per month in early child care costs. That is roughly half of the average American monthly income. The entire idea that one should work 40 years to the age of 65, and then spend the rest of their life engaging in leisure, while they spend down a retirement pension is nothing short of insanity. Children represent the future of the economy, and seniors represent the past.

Typically, community child care and support would be handled by theological institutions. However, theological institutions come at too high of a price. Since theological child care methods involve outdated philosophies that teach negative cognition, progressives are outright avoiding these traditional methods. Attendance levels in American theological institutions are dwindling.

Since the beginning of the information age theological attendance has dropped by 25%. The most acute drop in church attendance began in the 21st century with the birth of the internet. It is unlikely that traditional theology will exist by the end of the century. Negative cognition is an economic disadvantage, and progressives are stepping out on tradition. Seniors who are clinging to obsolete theological beliefs are being idled out of child care.

Theological beliefs typically involve a great deal of negative cognition training as a philosophical defense mechanism. 73% of Americans born at the beginning of the information age were indoctrinated in newly obsolete guilt, shame, and sin models of thinking. It is incredibly common for those leaving a philosophy to be overwhelmed with feelings of guilt implanted during childhood. Fortunately, with western theology there is a transitional belief that Jesus died to save humanity from sin and damnation. Like a 2000-year-old easter egg in the code, Jesus enabled believers to step out, and be still forgiven of their ‘sins’. Thank you Jesus!

Idling one’s cognitive development is a personal choice that is encouraged by an entire industry of leisure. A crucial pillar of the human family economy has been kicked out, and an economic disaster is looming as a result. Seniors may have outdated knowledge; but retraining and engaging them in the development of smart healthy babies will restore a crucial component of the human family. A senior doesn’t need to be direct kin to support the development of new humans. Afterall, we are all brothers and sisters of this species with a common genetic heritage.

Caring for human infants requires a lot of handling, and skin to skin contact with a baby causes oxytocin releases for both baby and caregiver. The smile of a baby is quite possibly one of the most joyful feelings. Watching babies grow, learn, and figure out new things is an elating activity. All children deserve to be loved and that goes for our adults too. Restoring senior citizens in childcare will have substantial positive impacts on psychological health and longevity. It is likely that seniors returning to this kind of work will be an easy sell to the public.

Summary:

  • Modern companies practice positive cognition rehabilitation amongst senior leadership already.

  • Providing positive feedback for mediocre results is not encouraging or productive.

  • Corporations no longer use slavery, yet mental slavery is still in widespread use amongst the working class.

  • Decades of repetition are bad for mental health.

  • Traditional economic structures have resulted in segregation of men and women, increasing instances of sexual violence and unplanned pregnancy.

  • The first 8 years of a child’s life are the most crucial to their adult development.

  • Retirement into leisure is an unproductive value that has eroded the integrity of the family system.


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