…. there can never be a realization of their sublimation to the dominatrix less they go up in a puff of incense laden smoke

…. there can never be a realization of their sublimation to the dominatrix less they go up in a puff of incense laden smoke

The army of the brave, the Punks, the Punkettes, the latent and non latent brown shirts and those with shriveled souls ….. the exhilaration, the ecstasy, the release … to have a Punk authoritarian leader at last to give cover to being a jack booted thug and irredeemable hater.

The conned, the dog whistle lovers, those with all willing suspensions of the ideas of critical facilities … the visceral poor, poor victims of a system where hate, ignorance aggression, false prophets and the thrills of Punkdom ensure the thrills of sustenance.

The punks are punks.  The jack booters are jack booters.  The conned are the classic conned…. there can never be a realization of their sublimation to the dominatrix less they go up in a puff of incense laden smoke.

To chief Punk and faux mafioso these are the reasons for living.

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One Response to “…. there can never be a realization of their sublimation to the dominatrix less they go up in a puff of incense laden smoke”

  1. Harry Stack Sullivan, the pioneer of interpersonal psychoanalysis, defined sublimation as the unwitting substitution of a partial satisfaction with social approval for the pursuit of a direct satisfaction which would be contrary to one’s ideals or to the judgment of social censors and other important people who surround one. The substitution might not be quite what we want, but it is the only way that we can get part of our satisfaction and feel secure, too. Sullivan documented that all sublimatory things are more complicated than the direct satisfaction of the needs to which they apply. They entail no disturbance of consciousness, no stopping to think why they must be done or what the expense connected with direct satisfaction would be. In successful sublimation, Sullivan observed extraordinarily efficient handling of a conflict between the need for a satisfaction and the need for security without perturbation of awareness.

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