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Tongkatali.org Ideology

By tongkatali.org
Updated May 10, 2023

Tongkatali.org Ideology is a compass for a life of optimal sex, followed by a comfortable death.

Optimal sex is not just a matter of good health, nor of sufficient wealth, and it's not just about popping Viagra or being on tongkat ali.

Optimal sex is a success unlike any other.

As a matter of fact, most other forms of success in a person's life are an impediment to optimal sex.

You cannot have optimal sex when you are famous, or even just well-known. Your life would be under constant scrutiny. Paparazzis lure anywhere, and everybody, from the tabloid media to the Internal Revenue Office, take interest in your activities.

As a rule of thumb, you want to be unknown.

You also don't want to be an employee, not even an employed CEO with a multimillion dollar salary. You want to do be a master of your time.

You do not want to be upper class, not even middle class. In the modern Western world, the higher you rank in any society's class structure, the more you are bound by conventions.

That wasn't always like that: in ancient Rome, a higher class rank came with tangible sexual privileges, and in some Third World countries, it is still like that.

Everything is relative. This is why we see our compass as an ideology, without claiming absolute truth.

In a broad sense, ideologies are a replacement for religion for those who consider standard religions too unscientific. The followers of religions believe in angels, devils, and ghosts. The followers of ideologies usually don't. Apart from that, ideologies can have many of the same functions as religions, for example to convey an idea of sense to a meaningless life.

Ideologies have formulated mantras against which even trivial day-to-day decisions can be checked for guidance.

Ideologies have explain modes. Among the explain modes of Tongkatali.org Ideology is the concept of sexual motivation as the principal force in any individual human life, and the concept of sexual interests as the principal force in human societies.

Arthur Schopenhauer was the first modern philosopher who recognized sexual motivation as the principal human motivator. In his essay "The Metaphysics of Sexual Love" (German: Metaphysik der Geschlechtsliebe), included in his main opus "The World as Will and Representation" (German: Die Welt als Wille und Vorstellung), published in 1818, Schopenhauer states: “The sexual impulse is the ... most active of all motives; it is the focus of the will to live...”

As a pessimist and de-facto Buddhist, Schopenhauer had a negative opinion of sexual love... which, on the other hand, did not prevent him from entering an intimate relationship, at age 33, with "Caroline Medon, a 19-year-old singer. The relationship lasts intermittently for 10 years, but Schopenhauer has no wish to formalize the arrangement: To marry means to do everything possible to become an object of disgust to each other." (https://archive.nytimes.com/

Ideologies are superstructures of the modes of production. But what the modes of production refer to is not just how we bake our bread, and the means by which we get from point A to point B. The modes of production, at their core, are the modes of reproduction. Not just how self-replicating molecules manage to stay alive, which is a necessity for self-replication, but how they conduct self-replication.

That is why in human societies, events that interfere with reproductive biology, have always had so much impact.

The following interceptions with human modes of reproduction caused tidal changes in perception and opinion, and the superstructures of society.

* The discovery of antibiotics in the far-reaching management of venereal diseases, making promiscuity an attractive option.

* The discovery and refinement of contraceptive technologies, making sex for pleasure a viable choice, not only for males but also for females.

* The occurrence of AIDS working in the opposite direction.

* Advances in aesthetic medical procedures making it possible for people of advancing age to remain within the thresholds of sufficient sexual attractiveness. Dental work is a major aspect here. Just imagine all those celebrities, including royals, with a mouth of only what is left of their own natural teeth.

* The discovery of phosphodiesterase inhibitors like sildenafil (Viagra), and, on a smaller scale, the rediscovery of sexuality-enhancing ethnobotany (tongkat ali, kaempferia parviflora, butea superba) putting older men back into the sexual arena.

Modes of production in human reproductive biology had the strongest impact, but non-biological changes in the modes of production also affect the superstructures because of their relevance for reproductive behavior.

* Cheap air travel, making it possible for people of a comparatively low sexual market value to pursue promiscuous goals in poorer parts of the world.

* The proliferation of pornography initiating young people at an earlier age, and raising libido in those who benefit from this.

* Surveillance technologies restricting sexual conduct deemed unacceptable, such as "cheating" on a partner to whom one has promised exclusivity, or other forms of illicit promiscuity (fornication, transactional sex).

Derived from the basic explain modes of ideologies are other explain modes, such as, in the case of Tongkatali.org Ideology, the concepts of sexual economics and of sexual market value, which apply not only in free market economies or liberal democracies, but to all human societies of all sizes, even to stone-age villages.

The proclaimed adeptness of humans to economies of need as found in the Third World, rather than economies of full supply, as found in the First World is yet another explain mode of Tongkatali.org Ideology.

Ideologies don’t only have mantras and explain modes, they typically also have agendas.

The agenda of Tongkatali.org Ideology is easily derived from its base, the interest in a comfortable death, preluded by optimal sex.

But because Tongkatali.org Ideology is individualistic, the agenda won’t translate into much political activism. The primary interest is in our own comfortable death, preluded by our own optimal sex.

We won’t die as martyrs of religions, and not as heroes for our fatherlands. We do not sacrifice ourselves for the progress of mankind, and not even so our children will have it better.

Under normal circumstances, we won’t get involved much, and under unfavorable circumstances, we may just go somewhere else. Thus, our agenda is maybe just an opinion.

Our chances for a comfortable death are greatest in a kind, gentle society. In an aggressive, brutal society, many people die a gruesome death, and this could include us. Because our interest in a comfortable death is vital, we have a good reason  to act towards a harmonious society.

Traditional drugs like marijuana and opium make societies less aggressive, as they reduce sexual competition and offer an alternative to sexual success pressure.

Before a comfortable death, we pursue optimal sex. Each person’s idea of optimal sex is different. Therefore, it is best to hold personal sexual freedom in high esteem.

We may see a need to regulate a transportation network, water supply, and garbage disposal. Violence obviously must be contained. Beyond that, the concepts of personal freedom, especially sexual freedom, deserve maximum respect, and interference is unwanted for anything that isn’t physical violence.

Ideologies, as complete systems of how to perceive the world, offer an outlook on the time ahead.

Unfortunately, a happy future for everybody is unlikely. Conflict will result in widespread destruction, but for those positioned well, this will entail many opportunities, including sexual.

On the other hand, we will not participate in destruction. It is not necessary for deriving benefit from it, as it will happen without us. To join destructive events also contradicts our interest in a comfortable death as our involvement plays back in our minds with mingled, even reversed roles.

Ideologies, just like religions, provide instrumentalizations by which to enhance a life in accordance to the tenets of an ideology.

For Tongkatali.org Ideology, the chemical interference with human physiology in order to optimize sexual experience is such an instrumentalization.


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