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The danger switch in your mind

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Hey Guys—


Recently I have been reading Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn’s master work,

the Gulag Archipelago, a book every senior in high school should
read before they are allowed to graduate.


It details not just the horrors, but the madness of the Soviet

labor camp system Solzhenitsyn experienced, a madness that both
preceded and far outlived the Nazi death camps.


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To lend perspective to it, the Nazi camp system, once completed,

operated for 3 years.  The Soviet labor camp system, which really
was a death camp system since only 10% of the prisoners survived,
lasted 74 years. 


Solzhenitsyn was a victim of that system, and the Gulag Archipelago

is both an autobiography of his 8 years in the Gulag, and history
of it, a history the Western media and academia never truly
recognized, and has tried very hard to forget, a character
reflection on both of them.


In one of the early chapters, “First Cell, First Love,” Solzhenitsyn

talks about running into his first stool pigeon, an inmate informer
whose job it was to pass along any information to the secret police. 
His description is very interesting because he says, “when I saw his
face, I recognized immediately this was a person who would do me harm. 
It was like a primal switch had been flipped in mind, and throughout
my time in the Gulag, it was flipped again and again. I was immediately
able to recognize when someone was out to do me harm, and this switch
never failed me.”


This is something to pay attention to, even in a civilized society

like we have.  When you are in business, or sales, or any environment
that involves personal risk, that switch is at your disposal. 
Some people call it a gut feeling, but it is more than that— it is
your subconscious mind calling on hundreds of thousands of years
of knowledge of human intentions. It can pick up demeanor, energy,
facial expressions, movement, and hundreds of other tiny items
that warn you someone or something is dangerous.


This is something that should be paid attention to.  If, for example,

you meet a woman, and something seems off, pay attention to it.  If
a friend introduces you to someone, and something feels off, pay
attention to it.


People who ignore this collective database of human behavior do

so at their own peril.  No amount of political correctness, or
belief that all humans are good will overcome how people really
behave.  There are people in this world who wish to cause you
minor harm, and some who wish to cause you major harm and we have
evolved to be able to recognize it.


You will know when that switch is flipped, and I advise you to

pay attention to it.  While you will (most likely) not be thrown
into an isolation cell for days or beaten remorselessly, you
might experience financial loss, loss of reputation, or emotional
trauma. That switch has evolved for a reason, and it’s because we
live in a dangerous world…and yet again the powdered poofters of
political correctness are learning that.


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-John Alanis

“The King of Let ‘em Come to You”


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