by Travis Mateer
If you didn’t already think I was crazy, the title of today’s post might cement that notion in your noggin’. Am I really claiming that Barbie was a German sex doll before a US toy corporation co-opted her to groom little girls into pining for unachievable physical dimensions?
It’s not so much MY theory, but that of Christopher Knowles at the Secret Sun blog, and I’ve come to take Mr Knowles’ interpretations of popular culture very seriously. Here’s an article that backs up what Knowles is claiming, at least in regards to Barbie’s true origins as a “high-end German call girl“.
From the link:
So it turns out Barbie’s original design was based on a German adult gag-gift escort doll named Lilli. That’s right, she wasn’t a dentist or a surgeon, an Olympian gymnast, a pet stylist or an ambassador for world peace. And she certainly wasn’t a toy for little girls…
Unbeknownst to most, Barbie actually started out life in the late 1940s as a German cartoon character created by artist Reinhard Beuthien for the Hamburg-based tabloid, Bild-Zeitung. The comic strip character was known as “Bild Lilli”, a post-war gold-digging buxom broad who got by in life seducing wealthy male suitors.
Isn’t this interesting? And a little disturbing? Certainly makes you reconsider the kind of “play” the boardrooms of corporations are REALLY interested in promoting, doesn’t it?
Poor Tie Dye Barbie, I suspect her German handlers conducted some mind control experiments on her, giving her some new programming, then sending her out in the world. What could Tie Dye Barbie’s skills entail? Drug muling? Intel work? Or maybe this seductress could infiltrate areas of culture, like the Hip Hop scene, and created targeted strife to derail up and coming Rap stars from getting TOO big and influential.
If you think the scenario I just described is an outlandish concept that couldn’t possibly happen in real life, then you clearly haven’t listened to any interviews with Elisa E., like this one with Greg Carlwood, or this one I helped conduct against my better judgement.
Now that I’ve gotten a clearer picture of what doing things against my better judgement produces, my hope is to put enough of my own miserable existence these last few years into a book so that more may be understood about what we’re up against.
If you want ANOTHER toy to help visualize the threat humanity faces, this one is more than appropriate.
Yep, insanely fucking stupid integration with technology is the Transhumanist goal because psychopaths don’t want to die, and they think technology is their ticket to immortality AND a path to achieving the total subjugation of ALL humans on the planet.
If you think this all sounds crazy, that’s probably because you haven’t been examining the achievements of psychopaths like I have over the years, and their achievements are substantial, like passing on their techniques to survivors who haven’t integrated their own trauma.
I’m going to conclude this post with a new acronym I learned about recently, and that acronym is DARVO. Here is some context from the link:
Research shows that between 0.5% to 5% of the general US population have narcissistic personality disorder in the U.S., with a greater prevalence in men than women. However, multitudes are affected by a controlling tactic that many narcissists use called DARVO.
“DARVO is an acronym that stands for Deny, Attack, and Reverse Victim and Offender. It describes a manipulative tactic often used by abusers to avoid taking responsibility for their actions and shift the blame onto their victims,” explains Avigail Lev, PsyD, founder of Bay Area CBT Center and CBTonline.
Narcissists and those diagnosed with personality disorders are the ones who most often use DARVO in a psychologically abusive way. It impacts the physical, mental, and emotional health of the family members, friends, and colleagues who are victimized by it. DARVO allows abusers to control the narrative and avoid accountability for their behavior.
I hope this post is educational because that’s the intent–that’s why I write–and I plan on CONTINUING to write, regardless of where I find myself physically on this strange hunk of rock called earth.
Thanks for reading!