Curriculum for curing Asperger’s

The first book and by far most important is

1. Class by Paul Fussell

This will change the way you process the world around you, stretching your brain along a dimension you didn’t realize existed. If I were teaching a class, 50% of the credit would be related to this book. It won’t make you a master of discrimination and taste, but it will remove a veil from your eyes that will automatically take you from 5th percentile to 50th after a couple months of noticing.

The next five entries would bring us up to 80%.

2. Nononsenseselfdefense.com by Marc MacYoung

This site will teach you how to not get your ass beat in territorial protection displays or behavior-modifying tantrums. It will also teach you how not to be an absolute social retard when it comes to criminal predation, which will probably save your life someday if you’re ever unfortunate enough to be in a population center. And speaking of criminals…

3. Codes of the Underworld by Diego Gambetta

It’s possible to be a philanthrope and still recognize that homo sapiens is fundamentally a criminal phenotype, adapted to the lawless anarchy of Africa (arguably, one could not be properly philanthropic without understanding anything important about humanity). This is why their revealed political preference, as an identity group, is to remove any moral expectations on their behavior: R-selected genetics are fundamentally disfavored by behavioral restrictions. Thus, neurotypical communications cannot be understood except in the context of the cold war of all against all.

To get a more concrete sense of this communication style, watch The Wire by David Simon.

4. Status Anxiety by Alain de Botton

In short, this book will teach you why people act the way they do. Status is the best source of dopamine, therefore anhedonic hyperphagic phenotypes will chase status well beyond diminishing returns. It will also give historical context to the top book, Class.

5. To Sell Is Human by Daniel Pink

You can think of this as a apologia for and introduction to the cognitive skills necessary in R-selected environments. These are absolutely necessary for any sort of social competitiveness and these fundamentals translate to skill in business on the low end, Game at the intermediate level, and politics on the high end. If you want to be anything other than an Omega NEET or even (God forbid) copulate and reproduce with another human, you will have to sell other people on the idea.

6. Drive by Daniel Pink

The other books make sense of the neurotypical world. This is the first book that really distinguishes between the NT world and the AS/HFA world, where we consider extraversion to describe people who are driven primarily by extrinsic motivators and introversion to describe people who are driven primarily by intrinsic motivators.

Any remaining suggestions will take you from a passing grade to a charismatic melonboon like me. Here are the ones that jump to mind:

Unspoken social rules:
1. Asperger’s and Girls
2. Unwritten Rules of Social Relationships

How to develop a desirable personality:
1. The Rational Male
2. The Charisma Myth
3. Mystery Method
4. Art of Seduction

How to use your Asperger’s strengths (strong intrinsic drive for skills mastery) for good and AMERICA:
1. The Dip
2. Good Jobs for Autistic People
3. Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can’t Stop Talking
4. The One Thing
5. Discipline Equals Freedom
6. Peak
7. Flow

Politics:
1. The Way of Men by Jack Donovan
2. The Righteous Mind, by Jonathon Haidt
3. The Evolutionary Psychology Behind Politics, by Anonymous Conservative
4. 48 Laws of Power, by Robert Greene

To understand the modern world…
1. The Creature from Jekyll Island, by G Edward Griffin
2. War is a Racket
3. The Underground History of American Education
4. Culture of Critique, by Kevin MacDonald
5. Liberal Fascism, by Jonah Goldberg
6. Democracy in America, by Alexis de Toqueville

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16 Responses to Curriculum for curing Asperger’s

  1. Mr. T. says:

    Thanks for the list!

    I just ordered Fussell & Gambetta from a local bookstore (45 EUR in total) and made a library reservation for Alain de Botton and Pink’s “To Sell Is Human”.

    There seems to be a lot of material at Nononsenseselfdefense.com, what pages would you especially recommend (or “read these at least”)?

    “Unwritten Rules Of Social Relationships” By Dr Temple Grandin Sean Barran is available online here: https://archive.org/details/UnwrittenRulesOfSocialRelationshipsByDrTempleGrandinSeanBarran . I’ve read parts of it and it’s good stuff.

  2. bicebicebice says:

    cant tell if this was written by aeolid or melonmelonboonson, either way itz the anthropologic truth about current/eternal big ape-oid society (we live in one).
    this isn’t mandatory assperger reading it is for everyone really (we live in a society).

    11/10

  3. Mr. T. says:

    I will take a look, thanks!

  4. Baron Julius Evola says:

    Aeoli Pera,

    A fine article. Honestly this reading list would benefit any young white man living in clown world. Honestly you should have this listed on your blergh, like Heartiste had the commandments of poon. Also, have you heard anything about Heartiste since his recent deplatforming? Keep fighting the good fight

    Your friend,
    The Baron

  5. Aeoli Pera says:

    >Also, have you heard anything about Heartiste since his recent deplatforming?

    Not a word, unfortunately. His writing was too good for this clown world.

  6. a says:

    “Fellow money monomaniac Anthony Migchels asks Griffin “We are supposed to go Gold because its volume cannot be increased. But if we need more we can dig it up?” Good question. Which is it: gold is good because it is scarce? Or gold can’t be manipulated because it’s abundant? They’re mutually exclusive, one must be picked. Griffin continues to lie about easily verifiable matters: “Bankers love to possess gold but they hate a gold-backed currency because that limits their money supply and, thereby, limits the volume of loan.”

    Once again, he is depending on his readers being ignorant of their history. There are many examples to demonstrate the falsity of this claim — like the adoption of the gold standard in the Roman Empire after the Third Punic War, when they found massive amounts of gold in Carthage, which then engendered the scarcity of currency and favorable conditions to creditors, which led to the consolidation of property and end of the republic – but perhaps the more relevant is the more recent Crime of ’73. In 1873, a bill was passed in the US written by politician John Sherman, whose close confidante was August Belmont, himself representative of Rothschild interests in America. The Coinage Act of 1873 demonetized silver, effectively cutting the money supply of the United States in half. This legislation was drafted because large veins of silver ore were being discovered in the west and the expansion of money supply which would follow from the mining would devalue the national currency and thus devalue the Bonds. In order to preserve the value of the bonds, the Finance Class lobbied to demonetize silver, nipping it in the bud, and halving the money supply. The next three decades would bear witness to the most galvanized form of class politics which ever occurred in American history, including afterwards. The politics were focused around the money question – specifically, the remonetization of silver, but also the reintroduction of fiat currency, as was used during the war – and the conflicts were bitter. There emerged a Farmer-Worker alliance in American politics, two historically irreconcilable factions, united around the core issue of the monetary serfdom imposed by the east-coast banks. The critiques of the Money System which are still applicable today were all born of this period. They were opposed to the system of bank-credit circulating as un-backed currency, but more than anything they were opposed to the exclusively gold standard. The reason is simple: under gold, currency is scarce and thus creates excellent conditions for creditors. When money cannot be gotten easily, interest rates are high. Simple. Put it another way: there did not exist any critics of the Money System which were in favor of a gold standard until after Allied Victory. The economists which gold-standard enthusiasts rally behind were not critics of the Money System but critics of those critics. That ought to say enough.

    G. Edward Griffin is either a cargo-cultist or expects us to be cargo-cultists: the aim of the banks is not to expand the volume of credit, the aim is to maximize their ownership of the economy’s sum-total product, which can be achieved in either inflation or deflation. Expanding the volume of credit to a maximum is a way of achieving this end under certain conditions. Under different conditions, other methods are used. Furthermore, he obfuscates everything by equivocating both bank-created paper money with state-created paper money under the banner of “fiat money”. We are led to believe that “Fiat” is bad because it means “State Coercion” in French. We are meant to take “Fiat” as synonym for “unbacked”, as in, a currency not backed by anything but State Power. But once again the truth is simple and obvious: all kinds of currencies, metals-based ones included, are backed by nothing but State Power.”

    https://salo-forum.com/index.php?threads/bircherism-and-the-subversion-of-the-money-question.7172/

    “Griffin, in focusing on the “devaluation of the currency” issue, which is a non-issue, distracts us from the main issues. In regards to Gold, the issue is that the currency has an inherently unstable and deflation-prone basis. In regards to bank-paper, the issue is that the currency is created as debt but the purchasing power required to pay the principal-plus-interest is never created, only the principal, thus engendering another deflation telos. For Griffin, the important thing for his readers to know then, is that banks are adding zero’s to numbers and not that banks are forcing the economy-at-large into an interest-serfdom whose inescapable conclusion is failure. His stupid book and all of its fanboys redirect the focus away from the inherent instability and indebtedness of bank-money or gold-money and pins the blame on… rising price levels, which are themselves the sine qua non for national prosperity (not to mention, so hateful to bankers and major asset-holders that they impose coup d’etats to halt inflationary episodes where the value of their debts and bonds are concerned).

    The last issue to address is the Fed. In these Bircher money-critiques, the enemy is always inflation and the Federal Reserve System. With the critique positioned as such, the people are primed to slit their throats with the enthusiasm of revolutionaries. The Federal Reserve is the only institution in the country which is capable of, essentially, creating purchasing power at no cost to the American public. If the Fed were abolished tomorrow, what would change? Banks would still create currency. The only thing that would be different is that they would not be backstopped by a central bank. The system of interest-serfdom would still be in place, but it would just be much more unstable – prone to bankruptcies and debt-deflation — without an institution to provide reserves unconditionally (which is what it does now).”

  7. Mr. T. says:

    “Good Jobs for Autistic People”

    That link in your post seems to have been replaced with something else from Temple Grandin that is NOT about jobs. Here’s the original text (Archive.org’s page): https://web.archive.org/web/20170411083927/https://www.autism.com/advocacy_grandin_job

  8. Obadiah says:

    >https://salo-forum.com/index.php?threads/bircherism-and-the-subversion-of-the-money-question.7172/

    “G. Edward Griffin is either a cargo-cultist or expects us to be cargo-cultists: the aim of the banks is not to expand the volume of credit, the aim is to maximize their ownership of the economy’s sum-total product, which can be achieved in either inflation or deflation. Expanding the volume of credit to a maximum is a way of achieving this end under certain conditions. Under different conditions, other methods are used. Furthermore, he obfuscates everything by equivocating both bank-created paper money with state-created paper money under the banner of “fiat money”. We are led to believe that “Fiat” is bad because it means “State Coercion” in French. We are meant to take “Fiat” as synonym for “unbacked”, as in, a currency not backed by anything but State Power. But once again the truth is simple and obvious: all kinds of currencies, metals-based ones included, are backed by nothing but State Power.”

    ^And State Power can only exist if people believe in the legitimacy of and participate in the cause of the State.

    Money is only money because we believe it to be so. Quoth Roffschild: “There ain’t no stinkin’ money!”

    Perception is magic!

    “In America, the banking system since the days of Thomas Jefferson has shown a remarkable capacity to inspire paranoid fantasies: whether centering on Freemasons, or Elders of Zion, or the Secret Order of the Illuminati, or the Queen of England’s drug-money-laundering operations, or any of a thousand other secret conspiracies and cabals. It’s the main reason why it took so long for an American central bank to be established to begin with. In a way there’s nothing surprising here. The United States has always been dominated by a certain market populism, and the ability of banks to “create money out of nothing” and even more, to prevent anyone else from doing so–has always been the bugaboo of market populists, since it directly contradicts the idea that markets are a simple expression of democratic equality.”

    There is nothing wrong with market populism. There is literally everything wrong with various Hermeticist Cainite-descendant cabals taking orders from a coordinated network of demonic entities using them as pawns and units in their infernal conspiracy

  9. Aeoli Pera says:

    >That link in your post seems to have been replaced with something else from Temple Grandin that is NOT about jobs. Here’s the original text (Archive.org’s page): https://web.archive.org/web/20170411083927/https://www.autism.com/advocacy_grandin_job

    Updated, thanks for the correction.

  10. Aeoli Pera says:

    Thanks for the feedback guys, I’ve added the book links.

  11. Heaviside says:

    >Money is only money because we believe it to be so. Quoth Roffschild: “There ain’t no stinkin’ money!”

    This is why money should be abolished and replaced with non-transferable labor vouchers.

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