Wolf or Dog?
There are two types of human being - “wolves” (aggressive, assertive dominants who are determined to get what they want) and “dogs” (timid, domesticated, submissives, continually at the mercy of the wolves). Capitalism is a wolf ideology. Christianity, Islam and Judaism are dog religions - intent on forcing you onto your knees and making you obey endless commandments. Capitalism and Christianity work perfectly together. The capitalist wolves can prey on the Christian dogs who simply “turn the other cheek.”
Democracy is another perfect vehicle for wolves. The people - the dogs - are given the illusion that they are in control, yet all democracies are just oligarchies and plutocracies. The ruling elite are never evicted by democracy. The wolves decide the political agenda and the candidates. The people merely choose which wolf will feed on them.
All aspects of existence can be analysed according to the wolf-dog theory. Why has feminism largely failed - is it because women were “bred” to be domesticated and submissive by dominant "wolves"? Are Jewish and African American histories a function of their being prey to "white wolves"? Is gang culture the rawest expression of the wolf culture? Is the movie "Scarface", a case study of an archetypal wolf? Is Nietzsche’s characterisation of Cesare Borgia a perfect summation of wolf doctrines? Nietzsche was the philosopher of the ultimate wolverine concept of Will to Power.
How did the Spartans go about killing the wolves amongst the slave population they controlled - to ensure the rest stayed as timid dogs? Do the chemicals testosterone, oestrogen and oxytocin determine whether you are a wolf or dog?
Is meritocracy the only political system that can free the dogs from the rule of the wolves?
So, what are you - wolf or dog?
This is a book by the Pythagorean Illuminati, and its aim is to re-train the dogs to understand the wolves and stand up to them. If you want the best things in life, you cannot allow yourself to be preyed upon by the Power Elite.
- Mike Hockney, October 2011
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