No kidding. Since May 10th of last year when they dropped the press release out there, I have become convinced that there isn't anything you could possibly describe that has to do with humans that I cannot immediately frame for you as a comparison between Homo Sapiens and Neanderthals.
Many people who have visited my home have noticed a common trait that you will see again and again in families with an overall high level of native intelligence - their homes are "messy" and somewhat "haphazard." Visitors to the homes of geniuses down through the centuries have noted this quality in their homes and possessions. If they wanted to put the swimming pool right outside their bedroom window to make it easy to jump from there into the pool, that's where it went. If they decided they would like to have a cot to nap on in the middle of the kitchen, this is where they put it.
This has been the case for a half a million years and the reasons are obvious. All Mousterian camps/Neanderthal sites show this same kind of limitless "freedom" in all regards.
Homo Sapiens has all the characteristics of a slave. He has "dormitory" and "barracks" qualities hardwired into his brain. He couldn't change these habits if he wanted to. There are primary perogatives burned into his psyche that he should keep his living environments organized in a way that is not organized around his own habits but rather what is pleasing to the eye of an observer or overseer.
Just as with polyphasic sleep, the Neanderthals showed in every possible way that their lives belonged to them and nobody else. They were their own bosses. If they wanted to take a nap in the middle of the day, that's what they frequently did. The Neanderthal never acted as if somebody was watching him and determining the acceptable limits of his behaviour. Although they have been described at times as being "dog-like," nobody has ever said that Neanderthals had the qualities of domesticated animals - but there has never been a quality European thinker of any note who has not concluded this very thing at some point about Homo Sapiens.
Examining the camps of Neanderthals, one also receives the exact same impression you will get in a household of very high IQ people - they are waking dreamers who enjoy a rich landscape of interests that pool around them in a series of enthusiasms which they keep close at hand. You simply do not see this in Sapiens living arrangements. They don't have enthusiasms. They just have indulgences. It's no wonder nothing they ever do ever goes anywhere - they lack the curiosity needed to ever penetrate any subject sufficiently to explore it. They have no dreams. If I were designing a slave, I would take away it's dreams. If I started with Neanderthals as my raw material for making this slave, that's one of the first traits I'd strip off in the lab. I would not want it dreaming when awake like the Neanderthal did. A slave should concentrate on his work and never lift his eyes to the sky. These creatures would never paint cave walls or draw rich tapestries on rocks if I had my say in their design.
The reason this is very relevant is that we are in the midst of seeing the entire planet turned into a classic barracks arrangement for Homo Sapiens. The elites describe it as "inevitable." It's not inevitable. In fact, it is only Sapiens psychology that makes it possible. I challenge you to ever domesticate Neanderthals in the way they are yoking Sapiens right now. You couldn't do it. The New World Order would never get any traction in a Neanderthal society. It is impossible to enslave creatures whose dreams are so predictive of consequences they would always be one step ahead of anyone who attempted to make himself their master. It would be like trying to herd Siamese cats. The Neanderthal was indomitable in his native form because of this incapacity for regimentation, completely the opposite of Sapiens in every way. Sapiens capitalized on these zombie-like traits in his makeup when it came to waging war and creating divisions of labor.
The New World Order hinges on Sapiens submitting to a voice telling him "Your quarters are not well organized, slave. You must submit to a higher authority which will organize them for you and see to it they are not permitted to get this messy again." Sapiens is susceptible to these sorts of suggestions because of his innermost nature ... and nothing else. Neanderthals would kick off in these people's asses in a heartbeat if anyone ever tried to do the same to them.
I'm telling you this so that you know if there is any part of you capable of resistance, believe me when I tell you that's the good part. It's the Rhesus Monkey in you that wants to believe these lies ... but if there is any Neanderthal in you, it wants to shatter these chains and be free.
38 And Esau said to his father, “Have you only one blessing, my father? Bless me—me also, O my father!” And Esau lifted up his voice and wept.
39 Then Isaac his father answered and said to him:
“ Behold, your dwelling shall be of the fatness of the earth,
And of the dew of heaven from above.
40 By your sword you shall live,
And you shall serve your brother;
And it shall come to pass, when you become restless,
That you shall regain dominion and break his yoke from your neck.”