Nietzsche on Why Statues Fall | Twilight of the Idols

Nietzsche currently lives in the twilight zone of the astral plane. He goes hiking with his friend Sauron on their local mountain. They laugh together as they discuss ways to hurt your feelings.

When I discovered this I decided to make this video exposing him so we can gather together as a group and cancel him.

It begins with a pretentious reading of his work, then an extended self indulgent rant, and concludes with a song and an offer to become a member at

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  • This video begins with a pretentious reading of Neech, then an extended self indulgent rant, and concludes with a song and an offer to become a member at

    You can do that here:

    Uberboyo July 25, 2020 7:17 am Reply
  • This is changing me

    Simon Björkman July 25, 2020 7:17 am Reply
  • but meat is not necessary for health 😀

    Pflaster Rapper July 25, 2020 7:17 am Reply
  • I was not excepting this roast agains Ben shapiro but it gave me joy lol

    Marie July 25, 2020 7:17 am Reply
  • You and James should do a reading, analysis and summary of Notes from the Underground by Fyodor Dostoevsky, similar to how you did the series of Aion. Another good one would be Answer to Job by Jung

    Emcee July 25, 2020 7:17 am Reply
  • Is 69 a symbol of sexuality and yin yang?

    Everyday Amazing July 25, 2020 7:17 am Reply
  • I always find myself watching the intro hahaha, really good stuff

    sutpen July 25, 2020 7:17 am Reply
  • First time boyo here, and boy oh boy what you bring to the table is electric! I'm stoked to have found your channel, and I love how you use music, poetry and philosophy to drive your creative process. A big shout out to multi-polar creativity and the power of integration. Big ups Uberboyo!

    Galen Melchert July 25, 2020 7:17 am Reply
  • I appreciate that you specify that one must establish a sophisticated connection with these inner energies, as opposed to a purely impulsive, hedonistic, unconscious connection where people blindly follow their so-called passions, which are just the hive narrative they've been programmed to view as their own. The difference there is so key and crucial.
    I recommend Schopenhauer's World as Will as Presentation if you haven't read it yet, would fit nicely in the boyo doctrine, especially his chapter on art–essentially says true art only arises from authentic connection to these inner/cosmic energies. Also that we're in this state of incessant suffering, and art/higher consciousness is one of the only ways to conquer suffering.

    Transmissions July 25, 2020 7:17 am Reply
  • Great job,once again!
    i almost want you to be able to release these more frequently.
    but understanding how dense the subject matter is,or can be,it's probably best to take the time to properly parse it,so that it is disseminated in a high quality fashion.
    which you do,so on that note,continue to do it at your own pace.
    regarding krs,and peterson,(both of which I've listened to and have learned from over the last few years),you couldn't be more correct.
    but ,what i find interesting on the matter is who is allowed to feel the collective pride of a particular culture,when that culture is measured against one another.
    obviously,when people of the same culture take part in any dominance hierarchy,the desire for competition is there,and subsequently many are deemed unworthy based upon,lets say,what most would likely call meritocratic ideals at play,though the subconscious aristocratic hierarchy is always lingering within that game of power.
    here,in those clips,its kind of funny watching Peterson become a proponent of what i see as a spokesman for egalitarianism of social hierarchy.
    within that,hes clearly making an argument for merit there,or earned value within society,yet at a macro level,which you are explaining,it falls apart.
    likely because societies aren't really set up for just one,but rather both.we draw the lines to either attain,conserve,or compete for that 'worthiness to be associated with the collective achievements.
    guess in this case,it would be like saying only certain people are worthy of having their heroes journey validated and considered for the heroes journey hall of fame.. lol
    Peterson clearly is measuring the current temperature of society in that clip,its either that,or he is acutely aware of the euro-centric bias criticisms being levied against him at the time,so its possibly him trying to appear understanding of that.basically,him doing damage control.
    krs on the other hand is operating un-apologetically from that downtrodden state of being,as a person from the bowels of society within america who,through merit,earned a position of stature.
    so,the journey was more unlikely,and therefore,less apologetic..
    that is debate at the core of most of the issues we are seeing today.
    if you like krs,you should check out cornel west,specifically his interview with joe rogan.
    i believe that is the middle ground between the two you compare here.
    he covers a lot of ground,you'll like him..
    i too find all of this fascinating,especially in the era of the "woke','or "new enlightenment".
    as idolization falls,that shatters the idea of many things,and for some,the very idea of who they are..
    personal;y,i typically understand when i may be projectively identifying with someone,therefore,i can usually see it when i do it with a collective as well.
    we all obviously experience that,some just don't have a name fore it.
    for some,it' seems to be more of an experience,not necessarily an observation..
    basically,subjective vs. objective..
    but,is a Socratic observation ,better than an actual subjective experience..?
    talking vs. walking…

    Nova Echo July 25, 2020 7:17 am Reply
  • Dramatic humpty dumptying on the border of facetious, but only partially and always following your true intent. fucking brilliant. unfiltered and silly and confident in whatever comes out of your mouth, unpolished….meta as shit. like im chilling with you on a couch. Don't be no ghost

    Corinne Muir July 25, 2020 7:17 am Reply
  • You're a unique narrator

    sandeep saroha July 25, 2020 7:17 am Reply
  • Amazing video. Nietzsche is wrong about Socrates; He was the Wisest man in all of Athens (Athena, hysterical questioning, amygdala), NOT the most rational man, he was rational enough to doubt his wisdom. The question of Being which Heidegger brings up in the 20th century happens so late in history because of the ignorance of the feminine question: pay attention to medieval philosophy, and now hip hop has more profound things to say on this subject. I’m an expert on Plato, Aristotle, Heidegger, Dante, and ancient Irish manuscripts: Jesus Christ said Peace and Glaidium; not Peace and Gladius. Coronism is the philosophy of crows, post cynical neomedieval reinhabitation of the Academy. For what is a group of academics if not a murder of crows?

    CORONISM July 25, 2020 7:17 am Reply
  • 53:59 that Ben Shapiro part got me McCrackin

    Mjol ninja July 25, 2020 7:17 am Reply
  • I'm learning more from you and livebyjungs videos than I could have probably ever touched on in a university psychology class.Granted I've never taken one. I fell down a large Jung rabbithole after taking a test online and discovering I was an INTP. I went on a personal quest to cure myself after my mother took me to a psych ward for three days. I never wanted something like that to happen again and I wanted to see if Jung had the cure to my inner turmoil.

    Anna July 25, 2020 7:17 am Reply
  • This is a nugget I will be chewing on for a while, thank you for sharing good sir.

    shep byles July 25, 2020 7:17 am Reply
  • why are you trying so hard to not point out jordan peterson flaws? He has been a joke, a circle jerk, keeping men low.

    Luced Luced July 25, 2020 7:17 am Reply
  • Your content is unmatched. I can never wait to watch these videos. I wonder what JBP would say in response to your remarks?

    Alexander Brown July 25, 2020 7:17 am Reply
  • Going from Jung to Nietzsche is like going from Michael Jordan to Lebron James. Let's evolve not devolve lmao

    Being Mikey TV July 25, 2020 7:17 am Reply
  • great man, thanks for making the effort to express yourself. there is lots to talk/feel about 🙂 I say those concepts qually apply to individual as to the collective, the other part of the indivi/sible dual/ity

    dino dino July 25, 2020 7:17 am Reply
  • Jesus christ man , for a second i thought you said " you must not become a complete genitalian (d**k/p**$y) "but it was italian if i heard right either word would work. great stuff

    Julio Martinez July 25, 2020 7:17 am Reply
  • Wait why was Frodo a loser?

    Straight A Student July 25, 2020 7:17 am Reply
  • Sorry, bro, regardless all these talking about such and such, let me ask you one question, what the hell is our battle in our modern days? When there is no battle to conquere(except overcome oneself) there will be no statues…our modern era, is not about a statue, its about big corporations, its about mass media, its about neo-libralism, its about complete control using Technology, Our fucking time is not about heroism or statues, jesus, what time you are you living, go out let some air cool ur head…..our despising figure of our modern day, indebt us to nitszche, of course his way out of this darkness was adding more darkness, philosopher can not make sth better but just worse, because this world is more unknown than someone can talk about it, its a given, we are between billion years, before us and after our death, human mind has no model to describe this given, models which wants to make this world sensible, known, but who the hell are you, who am I, between billion light years, living on nowhere call it earth or whatever….we see balance, we see things, but we can not grasp why all these, in this manner, not other way. I imagine, life from its first step, is unknown, what is the point of knowing ur loops, when ur knowing stands on a more shaking knowing…in our time, Heros are not born, but they will be made for benefits of one who control…..

    Ali Md July 25, 2020 7:17 am Reply
  • Your Ben Shapiro impersonation is my favourite thing on the Internet

    Adam Whybro July 25, 2020 7:17 am Reply
  • I see how we need to go back into the middle of apollon and dionysus, but we have to be extremely mindful and mature about it, because one of the "horses“ who will get unleashed is no other than the beast ridden by the whore of babylon – the corrupted form of the will to power so to speak (destructive domination, a godlike inflation of the ego who gets off on the control over life and death (beast) seduced by perverted (e.g. rape, pedophilia, murder) sexual ecstatic energy (whore)) – the twisted legacy of christianity who demonized and suppressed the dionysian creative sexual energy for too long (of course the massive pedophilia problem of the catholic church is already an obvious manifestation of this, and potentially also pizzagate (actually whether or not the most horrible conspiracies are true, they are always in a symbolically sense right on the money. (e. g. The Donald Marshall Revolution makes a highly interesting symbolic study)).

    If we go into the dionysian without a plan it explodes and just consumes everything, like world war 1 and 2. If it dosen’t kill us on the spot it maybe/hopefully will restabilize once the demonic forces (which we ourselves created by condemning it as satanic) get out of the system, but then the great dilemma of its consequences stay. The karmic cycle of abuser and victim. Master and slave. Dominator and subservient. Controller and controlled. Following things were observed by a traumatised holocaust surviver and her family over the course of three generations in the research of psychological transmissions of trauma complexes: Abuser creates victim (rape, extrem violence). Victim demonizes/suppresses whole energy-imprint of abuser, condemns it as evil and creates an unhealthy family culture in which every form of aggression, domination, violence becomes satanic, because it gives her immense ptsd flashbacks. The son of the victim unconsciously transmisses this trauma complexe to the next generation (his son) in which the suppressed aspects come to the surface. The grandson then identifies both with the abuser and the victim, because their energy is intertwined in the complexe. This ultra dualism of his soul tears him apart, because he also did learn that aggression, domination, violence is inherently evil. One outcome would have been, that he gave in to his violent sexual phantasies and became the abuser, thus creating a new victim and continuing the cycle. But the neurosis evolved into a severe psychosis, his soul split and he ended it with suicide. That psychological transmission is what I mean with the karmic cycle. And there are plenty of it. Every person has at least one. In fact they are in the collective unconscious, you can tap into others karma if you are really sensible (like Christ would have done if he took on all sin). I wouldn’t recommend it though because they have usually a much better grip on it and tackle it when they are ready to. So every person has to be their own Christ and there isn't and wasn't one who toke on the collective karma, because otherwise we actually would feel the redemption. You can also view it kinda like a demon who hops from person to person and eventually full on posseses the individual, seducing him with the ecstasy of the dark perverted sexual domination. If you don’t dissolve all this trauma complexes, the suffering will go on and on, recreating an endless cycle of abuser and victim. We can't go back to the greek/roman way and shut down our conscience about it, justify it with the great achievements and excellence that come with the competitiveness of an civilization who is built on the death of their own species, a small achievement for an immense price if you ask me. It served us well in the more animalistic evolution, it got us where we are now, suffering is a great catalyst for growth and evolution, but now we see evil for what it is, its consequences, the destructive, anti-human behaviour who ultimately has the potential to destroy the whole world. We would only create more and more of this karma. We need to evolve from that or get eaten by the antichrist.

    The fallen aspect of men according to christianity is caused by the knowledge of the opposites (knowledge of good and evil). We evolved to differentiate and fell out of the subject-object merged consciousness heaven state. Now we can see the primal beast – the terror which it is causing – our animalistic heritage. The dualism of men who tore us apart into christ and antichrist. The two fish. The survival of the fittest consciousness knows no morals and guilt, but we do now, we ate the fruit. And we are cell shocked and deeply in denial of what we see. Nietzsche showed that, but he didn't offer a satisfying solution in my view (maybe I read to less of him), the will to power is based in the survival of the fittest consciousness, who creates vast amount of trauma and karma.

    The solution that I see is partially christian and eastern new-age in nature, a psychologized spirituality. The first part is the self-sacrifice of the ego-mind (the fear based rationalizing left-brain who creates all the illusion of separation) -> Christ sacrificing himself on the cross. But he didn't actually die in the end, because he is actually god (eternal and infinite). Christ represents both the ego, the false self who died on the cross (meeting of the opposites (christ/antichrist)), but also the true self in which he is resurrected (in fact he never died): God, who is eternal and infinite. The false self, the ego-mind fears death immensely. Out of this fear comes all the suffering. Because it feels a constant lack, incompletion and separation. Death symbolizes the ultimate separation from the whole, the deletion of it. The believe that your soul lives eternal and is connected to everything, thus complete already, frees you psychologically from all fear based, separate thinking and heals your neurosis, suffering and the desire of mana-consumption through killing and conquering. You still want to evolve but as a collective, and aren’t attached to your own individual self and all its false stories. You shift from service-to-self consciousness to service-to-others consciousness, even if that sometimes means self-sacrifice.

    Second step is to take on responsibility for destructive/"evil" behaviour, take on the sins of the world, like christ on the cross and forgive the abuser/master/controller (but in reality its not that one sided, the controlled sometimes wants to be controlled (which is an whole other issue), and don't get me wrong, this dynamic of dom and sub, if playfully acted out is at the basis of sexuality itself, but if the dom is too strong it will get destructive), with this forgiveness he redeems and integrates the antichrist back again. The two fish become one again and the collective karmic cycle can dissolve. But this works only if you have a pantheistic god image in the center of your self. Because otherwise forgiveness doesn't work. If you think you are separate from the other there is no need to forgive and redeem the other. But if you see him as an part of you, an other expression of the same god/consciousness which acts trough all life, you should have an interest integrating all of humans and their actions, because you redeem and integrate actually a part of yourself (like in a dream everything is a manifestation of yourself, reality is a manifestation of the god self, thus making everything and everyone a part of god). The power of forgiveness ultimately stems from the ability and the consciousness to love and accept every aspect of the self. The Christ and antichrist are remarried in love. I'm not sure if that is also the essence of Aion – I'm only halfway through – but at least makes great sense to me.

    A really good film on this whole concepts of karma, forgiveness is Cloud Atlas which is partially based in the writings of Carlos Castaneda, who was hugely into psychedelics (one certain way of plunging head first into the collective unconscious)

    To sum this up I want to leave with a little story of mine: Once upon a time a great king created two prisons. Two separate, grey, huge, round rooms, completely empty, nothing to use was in there. In each room he imprisoned 10’000 people. He told them, that they could free themself, but the only way out is on a platform 33 meters above. It was impossible to climb up, the walls were smooth and slippery. In the first room a violent fight broke out and they all fought until only one remained. A complete massacre. The name of the remained was Casihell. He then stacked all the corpses layer upon layer, built himself a big pyramid and climbed up to the top. He came into a black room and met the king which congratulated him to his great victory and gave him his deserved freedom. In the other room they weren’t that hot headed. They organized a big tournament to find out who was the strongest. The winners name was Allesich. He then became the chosen one. Then they also created a big pyramid, the strongest ones on the bottom the weakest on top, in order to maximize the stability. They stacked and stacked themselves, but eventually some of the bottom layers got crushed by the immense weight. But they endured under greatest pain, broken bones and even some death. Finally the top was reached and Allesich climbed on the platform. He came into a white room and also met the king. He was immensely impressed by their method and gave him a key, which opened a treasure. In it was a hanging ladder. Quickly he fastened it at the platform and all the other could also come up. They all were freed and lived happily ever after. End.

    Sorry for the essay, probably could have condensed it a lot more, but would have been an overkill for people who aren’t familiar with spirituality, anyways I’m glad you read it till here, have a wonderful day 🙂

    Lucifermes_333 July 25, 2020 7:17 am Reply
  • what a great video man. you present these ideas so well

    Raphael Fruchtfleisch July 25, 2020 7:17 am Reply
  • I bought the book Aion by Jung. I haven’t begun reading it yet, though the last two days I have been noticing fish symbols or generally people around me have been mentioning fish in some form or another. There was just so much fish in my phenomenological purview the last couple days. I know it sounds asinine to say this, but the fact that I had been wanting to get this book for awhile and it so happens that when I finally receive it these little fish synchronicities begin to pop up… it’s just a bit odd is all.

    Cole Martin July 25, 2020 7:17 am Reply
  • “The body, this is the place where you wage the war” *suffering flashbacks from sun tzu the art of war

    darktrooper104 627 July 25, 2020 7:17 am Reply
  • the first few minutes are beautiful

    ZB Art July 25, 2020 7:17 am Reply
  • I haven't read genealogy of morals yet, should i listen to the podcast before reading it or after? I'm about to start it anyway! I have just finished Twilight of the Idols

    Mohammad Hassan July 25, 2020 7:17 am Reply
  • Very repetitive and not very profund idea in its prototype way

    SuperSSystem July 25, 2020 7:17 am Reply
  • That track at the end took me by surprise, not gonna lie

    JoeMKay July 25, 2020 7:17 am Reply

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