Wednesday, 28 August 2013

Morality and Compassion is Instinctual in Humans New Study Finds

Remember this research the next time the Psychopathic Control Grid tries to use their corporate media to convince you that you desperately need urgent social engineering, religion and laws to prevent you from being a ruthless, uncaring savage who can't raise your own children without the DSM or the latest fad pop psychology. Basically modern concepts of child-rearing is cultivating future generations of proto-psychopathic citizens and they are admitting it indirectly too.

If one needs any any more proof that 'civilisation' is anti-human, look no further than this series of studies led by Notre Dame Psychology Professor Darcia Narvaez demonstrating a relationship between child rearing practices common in foraging hunter-gatherer societies (how humans have spent over 99 percent of our existence on this planet), and better mental health, greater empathy and conscience development, and higher intelligence in children.

Essentially, we humans were perfectly fine and raised healthy, intelligent and compassionate children before agriculture, laws, gods and behaviours were imposed upon us. The full paper entitled Human Nature and Early Experience: Addressing the Environment of Evolutionary Adaptedness will be presented at Notre Dame in October, 2013.

Among its findings the various research teams concluded:

  • Prompt response to baby’s distress and cries. Warm, responsive care giving keeps the infant’s brain calm in the formative years.
    (mother can't be in a powersuit downtown busting through the misogynous glass ceiling - her baby requires constant mothering, her career is for after baby grows up)
  • Breastfeeding, ideally 2 to 5 years. A child’s immune system isn’t fully formed until age 6 and breast milk provides its building blocks.
    (so no massive doses of vaccines?)
  • Multiple adult caregivers who also love the child.
    (nearby family and group support, not Sesame Street and Barney the Dinosaur)
  • Free play with multi-age playmates. Studies show that kids who don’t play enough are more likely to have ADHD and other mental health issues.
    (in mud eating worms and coughing on each other)
  • Natural childbirth, which provides mothers with the hormonal boosts that give the energy to care for a newborn.
    (no machine that goes 'PING' either?)
“Our research shows that the roots of moral functioning form early in life, in infancy, and depend on the affective quality of family and community support,” “The way we raise our children today in this country is increasingly depriving them of the practices that lead to well being and a moral sense,” claims Narvaez.

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