Buddhism and KOBK: Kill-or-be-killed

Buddhism holds that the human realm is ineluctably characterized by delusion. That means the human realm, NOT individual humans.

KOBK is a deep feature of the human mind, at both societal and individual levels. At the societal level (more than a small group), KOBK cannot be eliminated. This is so because large groups always communicate on levels that do not represent the fullness of human subjective experience; and this causes serious mistakes to arise and accrue, leading to clashes, violence, war. From a Buddhist point of view, this might be thought of as the basis for the delusion that always binds human life until at an individual level, it is seen through and completely understood causing enlightenment or freedom from all delusion and the cessation of rebirth in the human realm.

In Buddhism, a full understanding of suffering, dukkha, the First Noble Truth yields complete enlightenment instantly.

Before we attain that stage of existence, Buddhism councils us to behave compassionately toward all other sentient beings while keeping our spiritual eye on ultimate wisdom, total liberation from the dukkha of the human realm.

Buddhism does not reject new ideas. KOBK is a game-theory explanation of one reason the human realm has always been characterized by delusion and suffering. This analysis of KOBK should not in any way encourage any intelligent person to consciously engage in KOBK behaviors (except in some kinds of self-defense). If KOBK is fully understood, it should help us as individuals and friends to better access the ultimate reality of the Buddha Mind, the Tathagata, Logos, God.

In Buddhism we did not “originally sin.” We are originally good but we are living in a pretty rough place. If we understand that many people with enormous earthly power feel forced to engage in KOBK, we will better understand this realm.

further reading: How to understand the deep strategy of earthly political power: KOBK

One thought on “Buddhism and KOBK: Kill-or-be-killed

  1. I received the following email on KOBK:

    “The American experiment at least for a while prove KOBK a faulty and inferior strategy – it was not stable – nothing is. But it took several centuries to corrupt. Also – you have things like Amish/Mennonite communities – they live fine without this. The same with Buddhist communities – even though there were many forces working to wipe them out historically, it is still here. It is more a matter if Psychos take over on top that you get this.”

    To which I replied as follows:

    “KOBK is defined as the game top ppl are forced to play. it will also be a part of many other groups, of course with some exceptions. longevity of a group often only means they play KOBK well or surrender. Mennonites did not threaten anyone, so left alone; shows they played the game well by not vying w others for top power. within that group, there probably were factions that vied w each other; does not affect my argument tho either way. USA has been taken over by KOBK infiltration. all of our major institutions have been taken over completely; even I was surprised to see doctors as cowed as teachers. that phenomenon — a long infiltration bringing about a silent coup and total annihilations of traditional USA — is KOBK as clear as a bell. USA was killed. the only way it could have protected itself against that demise was to understand its enemy and kill them first. “kill” does not always mean literal physical death, but just total incapacitation of the rival entity, whatever that may be. since traditional USA failed to understand KOBK, it lost and has been destroyed. it may be that the US Civil War, which was open violent KOBK, primed later generations to see KOBK as a problem within themselves and thus they developed soft philosophies (American pragmatism) and dropped their guard against infiltrators from outside who were and are more ruthless”

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