Remembering and Memory

21/11/2023 10:39

Remembering and Memory


Many nations have a November 11th Remembrance Sunday, which is that day set aside in the year’s calendar for the remembering of those who fell in war. The Cenotaph is usual in English locales and is the place where the people gather to remember those who died. Although the poppy wreaths are traditionally for soldiers, because of the fields as red as the poppy flowers in which their red blood was also shed, during the First World War (1914-18), which officially ended 'at the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month' in 1918, everyone is thought of at this time who remains in the memory.

 What memory is was important for John McCrae, the poet who wrote ‘In Flanders Fields’, after the second battle of Ypres in Belgium (April 22nd - May 25th) against the German Empire of Kaiser Wilhelm II seeking to enslave Europe and the world, ‘If ye break faith with us who die, we shall not sleep, though poppies grow.’1 The concept of remembering was examined by the English writer D. H. Lawrence in The Man Who Died (1929), which short novel was about a Christ-like figure who was remembered in the sense that a woman he encountered was able to restore his male member, that is, his penis became erect once more, so a woman would function again as his memory. The penis is member and rememberer, while the woman  is ‘mixing memory with desire’,2 as US’ poet and dramatist T.S. Eliot wrote in his plea for spiritual rebirth, ‘The Wasteland’ (1922). However, as woman’s futanarian species with penis’ semen of their own is capable of sexually reproducing her own brains’ powers for the technology to rejuvenate and leave Earth, she’s her own rememberer and memory.

 Lawrence’s preferred, and original, title for the novel was, The Escaped Cock, although problems with the censor over explicit sexual acts in the 1928 novel, Lady Chatterley’s Lover, caused the title to be changes, as cock is a euphemism for the penis, that is, the male rooster in the hen house is the cock who fertilizes all of the chicken, ’We fucked a flame into being.’3 The first part of The Escaped Cock appeared in The Forum magazine in 1928, while the Forum Boarium of the ancient Roman Empire, near the Tiber between three of the seven hills of Rome, the Capitoline, Palatine, and Avertine, was the location of the ‘cattle market’, forum venalium, so suggesting what the censor would have thought of The Forum magazine’s ‘cock’. The temple of Fortuna Virilis, within the Forum Boarium, is for those who’re luckily virile, because they’re meat producers, which is what D. H. Lawrence, described by critic F. R. Leavis as writing about ‘the gods of the blood’, found to be too explicitly depicted in Lady Chatterley’s Lover for the sake of public order, as the members and memories of the Christian church had been taught to believe that Jesus, ‘the lamb of God’, was their shepherd, rather than their butcher.



 Although the modern era has been similarly possessed with the poppy of Remembrance Sunday, it’s as the seed of heroin, rather than the seed of memory, for which the usually red flower is treasured. Moreover, as women’s seed seems largely suppressed on Earth, ‘shooting up heroin’ isn’t entirely metaphorical for those who view the penis as a meat producer for their butchery. In the biological warfare that is the incurable killer disease, AIDS, spread by homosexuals anally from their infectious penis’ semen, and through those addicted to shooting up heroin, who’re sharing the needle, as it were, women’s seed remains that of the pure heroine, who’s been shot up, and who’s the forgotten memory on Remembrance Sunday.

 As the planet Earth recovers from the virus cause of the severe acute respiratory syndrome’s (SARS) epidemic, discovered in December 2019 at a Wuhan city hospital, Hubei province, China, the sight of the masks warn by the heroine to remain pure, as they await the needle, suggests shooters sharing with each other, where ‘sharing the needle’ is a euphemism for bickering amongst killers, that is, for gamers addicted to needling, women are shoot ‘em ups, rather than vaccination by injection.

 As human susceptibility to SARS has been attributed to HIV/AIDS,4 that is, the human immune deficiency virus, causing acute immune deficiency syndrome, organ collapse and brain death, it’s likely that Chinese heroin junkies ‘shooting up’ are at least a tangential source of the SARS virus, while the absence of women’s seed, that is, humans, on the planet Earth, is indicative of homosexuality as a form of euthanasia being practiced by heroine junkies, who want to give the human race the needle, rather than honor its memory.



 In China heroin addiction accompanied by visions and hallucinations is described as ‘riding the dragon’, while Jesus’ disciple John in his apocalyptic New Testament vision of the future, Revelation, wrote: ‘The dragon was wroth with the woman and went to wage war on the remnant of her seed.’ (Rev: 12. 17) If the futanarian race of woman’s seed is unable to reproduce with her own race, she’s effectively a ghost, that is, an apocalyptic vision: ‘The dragon stood before the woman who was about to give birth so that it might devour her child the moment it was born.’ (Rev: 12. 4) Practicing euthanasia on women, described as ‘snuff’ by illegal movie entertainment industries, is curing heroin(e) addiction for addicts beset by such ghostly visions, while the sight of women in public places wearing biological warfare masks is a sign of the needlers explaining that they aren’t fire breathers.


1 McCrae, John ‘In Flanders Field’, May 3rd, 1915.

2 Eliot, T. S. ‘The Wasteland’, Part I, The Burial Of The Dead, The Criterion, October 1922, l. 2-3.

3 Lawrence, D. H. Lady Chatterley’s Lover, Chapter 19, Tipografia Giuntina, Florence, Italy, 1928.

4 Healy, Melissa ‘Did failure to adequately treat HIV patients give rise to the Omicron variant?’, Los Angeles Times , December 2nd, 2021, 4 am Pacific Time (PT).