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Jordan Peterson – Breaking Bad / De vítima a opressor. (legendas pt_BR)


Many of you, I presume, have seen Breaking Bad This is a great example of incorporation, at least in part, or perhaps possession by Shadow from a Jungian perspective

Because you have this common teacher of high school, who really thinks that he is an axis and so is his family You know, like an ordinary person, roughly speaking He's just a normal guy But part of the reason he’s a normal guy is because it was not really put in abnormal circumstances, and suddenly it was He has a difficult moral issue, he will die of lung cancer, and he has a son who has many health problems

He is terrified that he will leave his wife and her son back, with nothing And then, of course, that has this story; so he decides to do something, temporarily, which he would normally find reprehensible And, of course, he gets involved in that, but then as the story unfolds you see it’s more complicated, because, it's not that he was just an innocent guy and decided to go bad He is also very resentful and furious, This is partly because I was a little dizzy at first, or maybe more than a little dizzy Also because it doesn't really realized his own potential, and that you know, he had friends who followed the entrepreneurial path, and perhaps they were not very fair to him, but, whatever, it ends up without much success as school teacher, so he's really angry about it

So, there is more motivation for him open the door to the terrible elements of your personality than just the fact that he has good motivations for doing that And this is what unfolds, you see the distortions and twists and turns in his resentful character, increasingly manifesting while he walks this path of complete brutality And it's really good, there's a book called "Ordinary Men", which is just like that I don't think I've mentioned this before, but, "Ordinary Men" is a book about, is the best book of its kind, perhaps, be the only book of its kind, it is possible But it's written a lot like Breaking Bad, in a sense, is a story about these German policemen in the early stages of World War II

They were guys who were old enough to be raised in Germany well before the Hitler propaganda arrive at full strength If you were a teenager in the 1930s you would be pulled straight into the propaganda machine and maybe you were part of Hitler's youth, you would be raised in this But if you were older, then, you grew up before that You are not as receptive to advertising once you are older than, let's say, 22 or something It's very young, in fact, if you're going to make a soldier you have to get a young soldier, because once people are in their 20s, say that, kind of they already has his personality developed

Anyway, these policemen were sent to the Poland after the Germans invaded And you know, it was wartime and there was this hypothesis in Germany that the Jews in particular were operating as a fifth column and undermining the Germany's war efforts Because, of course, the Germans would blame Jews and a variety of other people for really, configure the conditions that made war necessary So, when the police were sent to the Poland, they were also asked to "make amends" They started by grouping all the Jewish men between 18 and 65 years old

Gathering them in stadiums and then sending them on the trains But it is not where they ended They ended in a very, very dark place They were also physically injured, several times, physically and psychologically Bruised by the things that they had to do it, but they kept doing it anyway

It's one step at a time and that's it You end up in very bad places, one step at a time So be careful with these steps! We must never forget the Holocaust, the idea is that we should never forget and we must not repeat it, but the problem is that if you don't understand how that things happen You don't really remember them, right You think about them as a set of historical facts, but that it is not a kind of remembrance that really make any difference

You have to understand, the causal paths, as a society it changes that way And most importantly, you have to understand the role of individuals within that society, unless you assume that they are so completely different from you that there is no connection at all In that case you don't remember anything, learned nothing Because the right lesson of what happened in the 20th century is: that's how human beings are That is the correct lesson

You can say, well, I don't, but You should Probably you too, that's the point Probably, and probably me too, at least under normal circumstances The point is that: people were oppressed and suffered And this is true! That point But that

But then, the proper structure from the inside to interpret that I believe, is that this is characteristic of life You can't take it personally in a certain sense and you cannot divide the world neatly on oppressors and victims

And it certainly can't divide the world neatly into oppressors and victims and, then assume that you are just of the oppressed class and then assume that it gives you some access to certain, forms of repair, say It gets dangerous very quickly if you do those kinds of things

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