Quick version of my theory on spiteful mutants

I’ll be live streaming again soon, now that my internet issues are (hopefully) fixed forever, but I thought of a very concise way of putting this and figured it’s worth writing down.

The short version is: elevating and protecting spiteful mutants is an adaptation for k-selected societies to reduce the carrying capacity of their environment, thus preventing runaway R-selection.

That means the cycle goes something like this:

Low time preference (high-GFP, k-selected) people become extremely religious.
Religious people produce high-trust societies.
High-trust societies breed geniuses.
Geniuses increase the carrying capacity of the environment.
High carrying capacities breed high time preference people (low-GFP, R-selected) and spiteful mutants (neither R nor k-selected).
Low time preference people (the Agreealluminati) elevate and protect spiteful mutants as part of their virtue signalling competition.
Spiteful mutants reduce the carrying capacity of the environment.
Reduced carrying capacities produce internal conflict.
Internal conflict reduces the cost of invasion for outside groups.

What I like about this is every statement here can be modeled mathematically. What I don’t like is the implication is that rich people in a big, successful society can be reliably expected to bring Jews* into the country and give them positions of power and influence because it’s a bad idea.

*Even if they’re high-GFP on average, they act like one big spiteful mutant as a group.

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6 Responses to Quick version of my theory on spiteful mutants

  1. William Owlson says:

    What are some characteristics of a spiteful mutant in terms of psychology and behavior? Are dark triaded individuals spiteful mutants then?

    I was discussing on another blog today how I posted on a different blog than the one I posted to recently discussing how Papuans, Amazonians, and other primitive peoples would have nearly non-existent mutational load in an adult population. Does this mean there are no spiteful mutants in these groups?

    Thanks Aeoli. Stay well.

    • Aeoli Pera says:

      >What are some characteristics of a spiteful mutant in terms of psychology and behavior?

      https://en.metapedia.org/wiki/Spiteful_mutations

      >Are dark triaded individuals spiteful mutants then?

      No, the dark triad traits are R-selected virtues.

      >I was discussing on another blog today how I posted on a different blog than the one I posted to recently discussing how Papuans, Amazonians, and other primitive peoples would have nearly non-existent mutational load in an adult population. Does this mean there are no spiteful mutants in these groups?

      It would, if the premise is correct.

    • The Game Master says:

      >What are some characteristics of a spiteful mutant in terms of psychology and behavior? Are dark triaded individuals spiteful mutants then?

      Just think of an old, childless, unkempt Karen who just used guerilla lawfare to shut down your family-friendly church picnic immediately after delivering a speech at the local PTA meeting about how adding a lesson on dildo etiquette to the school’s mandatory sex-ed curriculum would, through the awesome power of universal normalization, benefit the two formerly excluded lesbian students. A functional dark-triaded individual would attend the aforementioned church picnic in order to meet all of the important people in the area and impress them with his charisma. I’d be there to quietly enjoy the atmosphere.

    • Aldento says:

      Don’t see many trannies and dykes among the likes of the Yanomami

  2. purpletigerbot says:

    > *Even if they’re high-GFP on average, they act like one big spiteful mutant as a group.

    High IQ/midwit GFP/socially R/fiscally K

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