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Can DXM save the world

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- Mon, 12 Aug 2019 03:52:05 EST r1qxYhgN No.367823
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My research is showing a hopeful possibility. Could DXM usage on a mass scale trigger a spiritual movement powerful enough to halt to rise of fascism in the hyper capitalistic neoconservative west? Resend the motor of your mind, do not accept their sick lies.
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James Dobblewot - Mon, 12 Aug 2019 08:04:50 EST ItTs89/9 No.367828 Reply
>>367823
Not this again, every "enlightened" pseudo intellectual thinks their way/method(psy, dis, veganism or whatever) is gonna save the fuckin world. I'm glad you can see the benifit of not being an extremist, but all your idea would do is cause mass hysteria and a bloom of early onset schizoaffective disorder across random demographics.
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Augustus Chipperhire - Mon, 12 Aug 2019 15:30:18 EST IloN6QLN No.367832 Reply
>>367828
You forgot fasting

I HEAR a ten day fast cures everything.
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Simon Chattingstone - Tue, 13 Aug 2019 08:14:23 EST fKxn+Zc0 No.367836 Reply
Sounds chill. I'd recommend ketamine and subjecting people to an intense imagery comprising the world's best and worst actions. All the cover-ups and corruption, all the altruistic acts, all the bizarre-but-neutral ones. Let people decide for themselves which force they feel more drawn toward, but let's give everyone the same information at least. We deserve to be equally educated, though we may not all be drawn to factual information the way some are.
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Nicholas Creffingchudging - Fri, 16 Aug 2019 15:17:49 EST jR/q9jYi No.367882 Reply
>>367823
All I learned about the economy from dxm is that capitalism is nature and capitalism is everything and it is in everything and unstoppable
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Wesley Neddleshaw - Sat, 17 Aug 2019 08:22:16 EST jPo0kOKS No.367896 Reply
>>367882

>capitalism is nature

No. Nature has balance, harmony. If someone upsets the balance the whole system shifts to become stable again.

Capitalism is based upon the delusional expectation of infinite resources and infinite growth. Capitalism left unchecked is a cancer.
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Nathaniel Wugglestatch - Sun, 18 Aug 2019 02:28:46 EST 9/y9NC5p No.367911 Reply
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>>367836

I agree with giving all people access to free information. I wish we could provide a free space where people could watch any show or movie together free of charge and then converse freely and share ideas, substance, and positive experiences. Healing and non-capitalistically oriented. Just about sharing and coming together again. 2020, lets make it happen?!
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Nathaniel Wugglestatch - Sun, 18 Aug 2019 02:36:37 EST 9/y9NC5p No.367912 Reply
>>367882

Capitalism is an economic system, there are lots of economic systems available we can use for different “things”. Gift economies for example. Free exchange of ideas, free information. Giving of services, substances, what do you need? Nobody can provide it! And free of cost, no capital needed! Nobody’s game isn’t pay to play.

In a gift economy your value isn't determined by how much you can privatize, it’s by how much you can give. Can you dig it? Nobody can.

-Op
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Jarvis Piblingstock - Sun, 18 Aug 2019 03:26:00 EST +y5AJZLx No.367914 Reply
>>367823
Nope. A substance alone cannot "save" the world. The only way to "save" the world is to restructure its citizens' minds. Getting derped on a drug won't impact long-lasting change into the people. I feel like the truth and answer is honest human connection. We need to love the unloved. Support the flailing. Our way of life must change if we are to ever have an effect on each other again.
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Cedric Bunkinspear - Sun, 18 Aug 2019 17:57:35 EST wpVL/p9/ No.367926 Reply
>>367914
Taking drugs for long enough might, so we need to do multiple infusions on people on a weekly basis. If you have perma disso tolerance, does it mean your mind is altered in some way?
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George Doddlehidge - Sun, 18 Aug 2019 18:27:37 EST bZy9xtdz No.367927 Reply
>>367914
>>367914
Drugs do restructure minds.. that's what everyone's been saying for a long time. Terrence Mckenna for instance. There's things I would touch on, that I don't want to, that are further reasons why drugs can have the effect you're talking about. I wish I understood the mind better..
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Fucking Fendletid - Mon, 19 Aug 2019 00:30:59 EST PmyRfM0y No.367936 Reply
nah, DXM made me into a racist nazi
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Jack Fullyshit - Mon, 19 Aug 2019 03:14:30 EST Tw8O+9JO No.367943 Reply
>>367914
The problem is that how they restructure minds isn't always predictable
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Phoebe Gaffingpedging - Mon, 19 Aug 2019 10:54:47 EST bZy9xtdz No.367944 Reply
>>367943
That's not a problem. You can feel and think a different way 20 minutes from now than you do right now, even sober. It's a matter of putting the right pieces together and focusing in the right spot.

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