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On our English pages, you often see the word "relationships". This is just sanitized language. On our English pages, "relationships" refers to what couples, when not sleeping, do in bed. Or, if so inclined, on the kitchen table.

English is a rather hypocritical language. Many words for natural bodily functions and processes have dirty connotations, and polite speakers like us have to go to considerable length to communicate meanings without naming them. But we nevertheless hope you get the point.


Tongkatali.org - The world's finest sexuality enhancing herbals


By Serge Kreutz


We believe in a low-cost, no-gimmicks approach to the distribution of herbals.

Why AAZA mix?

The wisdom behind the AAZA mix is based on the observation that optimal relationships desire can be a self-fueling process. With a quadruple punch of the world's foremost sexuality enhancing herbals, many men can reach a stage of relationships obsession. Once on this level, the male mind will generate relationships fantasies, in some cases even of a deviant nature. Relationships obsessions cause peak testosterone which then prolongs the obsessive phase.

Based on this observation, we have designed the AAZA mix approach: a quadruple punch applied for 2 to 4 weeks, after which optimal libido should be a self-fueling process for several weeks, without the need for any supplementation.

The AAZA mix should be steered into half a glass of water or orange juice. Dosages should be individually adjusted.

Initial dosage for new users should just be one leveled teaspoon. If no side effects are observed, the dosage can be doubled every third day.

Strong libido and relationships motivation are not side effects. They are the desired effect.

For most men, when they have arrived on the stage of relationships obsession, phosphodiesterase inhibitors will no longer be needed. With optimal libido, optimal erections happen automatically.

AAZA mix overdose

AAZA mix is a high potency herbal relationships enhancement combination. And unlike what is the case with many, many other relationships enhancement products, our product is purely herbal indeed, without any clandestine synthetic phosphodiesterase inhibitors.

The standard AAZA mix dosage is 1 gram three times daily, with intake best spaced 8 hours apart.

The effects of drugs on a cellular level depends on receptors in cell membranes. The human receptor architecture varies from person to person. That is why people react differently to medications.

It is conventional wisdom to test any new medication fist in a low dosage. This recommendation also applies to the AAZA mix. Thus, the first day dosage should just be around 0.5 grams twice, 12 hours apart.

Routined user can consume dosages of around 20 grams per day for optimal effects.

That said, as with any pharmacologically active substance, it is clearly possible to overdose on AAZA mix. Mind you, that it is the hallmark of placebos that they can't be overdosed.

Definite overdosing can happen on less than 100 grams, depending on the constitution of the person using the mix, but will set in for anybody at more than 100 grams per day.

The most likely sign of overdosing will be nausea, up to a degree of vomiting. Vital functions such as heart rate and blood pressure would not be affected at dosages for which we have data.



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Tongkatali.org's What are Serge Kreutz restaurants?


By Serge Kreutz


No, they are not owned by me, Serge Kreutz.

But they follow a basic concept, propagated by me. That is: Not every food that is fit for taste is fit for digestion.

And that means: you put it into your mouth but don’t pass it via your esophagus, stomach, and intestine.

There are so many delicious foods and drinks that are just not appropriate for digestion.

Alcoholic drinks, for one category. Cognac tastes just great, many liquors do. Alcohol is a great substance to capture tastes and convey them to our taste buds.

But once swallowed, the effects are all negative: intoxication, a burden to the liver, damage to the brain.

For tea, it’s a similar story. OK, I can do with some theobromine in my bloodstream. That would be equivalent to one or two cups a day.

But I love the taste of tea. When I eat Asian dishes, or sweets, I like to rinse my mouth with strong tea after every spoon.

And then? Swallow the tea?

That would be simply stupid. I rinse my mouth with tea, then discard the tea.

Not via the esophagus. I spit it out.

Haha, I can feast on a 5000 calorie meal, not yet counting the wine and cognac, and what reaches my stomach is just 500 calories: some rice, a fried egg, a few olives and nuts, a bit of fruit, plain water.

I can not do this in a normal restaurant. It does not look appetizing to other guest when I sit there and empty most bites into a container instead of swallowing it.

So, Serge Kreutz restaurants have to be different. They have to be designed with water streams on table height where guest can get empty their bites without having to swallow them, and all of this in an aesthetic setting.

Yes, it’s an architectural challenge, but based on a concept “swallow” restaurants can’t compete with.



Tongkat ali and the engineering of love, part 1

Investigating relationships love, psychologically and pharmacologically


Tongkat Ali and Relationships Enhancement Research, 2019

By Serge Kreutz

The purpose of this domain is to investigate love. Not the love we feel for our parents, siblings, or children. Not the love the pope or a village priest (maybe) feels for mankind. Not the love some people feel for their pets because they believe humans don't deserve love anyway.

This domain is only about relationships love.

Many aspects of relationships love.

No, we do not think love is divine.

And certainly, sexuality was with us, or with our evolutionary ancestors, long before there was a notion of love, and even long before there was human language.

So, most probably, the concept of relationships love really is just a sophisticated interpretation of our sexuality.

But apart from that, relationships love, and it's intensity, are biochemical brain processes. We can manipulate them on a molecular level. This is most obvious when we want a negative impact, for example through chemical castration.

Obviously, it's always easier to destroy, rather than create.

Why would we dedicate our interest to relationships love?

Because, besides everything else which is interesting about relationships love, nothing else has this much capability to provide meaning in our lives. As long as we pursue relationships love, we know what we are living for.


Continue reading about tongkat ali and the engineering of love


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Tongkatali.org's Why making poverty history is not in the interest of humanity


By Serge Kreutz


It is hard to predict whether ever, and if yes, when, we will live in societies, in which poverty is history; in which the basic material needs of every person, such as food, shelter, and basic medical care, are met.

Theoretically, such societies are possible. They are, because quite probably, the sources of energy, which mankind can tap, are non-depletable: while we will run out of fossil fuels, there are many other forms which are currently considered “alternative” but have the potential to become mainstream; and quite likely, many new forms of usable energy will be found.

Energy sources

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Energy_development

Thus, because it is unlikely that we will ever run out of energy, there exists the theoretical possibility that in the future, not only will poverty be history, but beyond that, we all live in affluent societies.

The question is whether, or to what degree, we would experience such societies as positive. And if we do not experience them as positive, the question is whether or not there will be people who will destroy affluence, out of boredom, or because they expect to benefit from a situation in which hardship is widespread. Or whether we will be ruled by governments who can tune societies so that problems associated with too much affluence will not occur.

To evaluate the options, it helps to be aware that human character expressions, and even human emotions, are, not exclusively but to a certain extent, offshoots of economic conditions. More specifically, certain character traits and emotions that we rightfully cherish are related to economies of need, rather than economies of affluence.

Among these character traits and emotions are: solidarity, friendship, and even love.

When people are poor, they believe that everything will be better when they are richer. But once they are richer, they realize that they are not happier. How can that be? To most people it doesn’t make sense, so once they are richer they try to convince themselves that things are better, even they don’t feel better.

However, that affluence doesn’t make people happier (just as overeating doesn’t make them healthier), is well established in scientific research.

Desire to Be Rich and Famous Called a Sure Path to Discontent

https://www.theatlantic.com/magazine/archive/2011/04/secret-fears-of-the-super-rich/308419/

Even in China, people actually became not happier by becoming richer:

Money does not buy happiness: poll

http://english.people.com.cn/ 200501/13/eng20050113_170468.html

In pre-unification East Germany, many people experienced a high degree of solidarity. No, it was not a feeling of solidarity with the government, which the Communist government would so much have appreciated. It was the solidarity of those who were poorer than the other Germans, those in West Germany. They could not afford BMWs, only Trabis, and the East German jeans just didn’t fit. But they had a higher affinity for solidarity, and solidarity felt good.

This is from a CNN article about nostalgic feelings among former East Germany citizens:

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“Under the former regime, people looked out for each other, explains the owner. Living under a dictatorship and standing in long food lines created a feeling of solidarity. “You could depend on each other,” he says, “now it is money, money, money.”

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Ex-East Germans nostalgic for communism’s simpler life

http://edition.cnn.com/WORLD/ europe/9911/09/wall.nostalgia/

After reunification, the basis for the specifically East German solidarity was gone, and with it the feel-good effect. Of course, everybody who wants to can now go to the former West Germany, and buy brand-name jeans. Or rather, the brand name jeans that previously were available only in the former West Germany have now made it to East Germany. But are the people happier?

As indicated above, many positive human emotions do relate to negative social conditions: solidarity among the disadvantaged, sharing among the poor, friendship among those in need, and love among those who face an adverse world.

On the other hand, when negative social conditions are removed, we often see a rise of unpleasant human emotions which typically are absent among those who live in negative social conditions: cynicism, nihilism, destructivism (random expression of destructive behavior). Depending on certain other factors, there also is the likelihood for “golden cage” symptoms, such as depression and neurosis.

I would like to strongly differentiate between two kinds of negative social conditions: the lack of affluence (poverty), and the absence of safety (danger). Some of the effects of economic misery and of danger are equal, but others are contrary to each other. And I will argue that a reduction of affluence may be a valuable tool to engineer desired emotions, while a reduction of safety result in entirely negative patterns of emotions.

In situations of both misery and danger, people are, because they will benefit of it, more likely to develop solidarity and friendship.

However, in situations of danger (because there will be a higher level of general distrust), people will form smaller units. In situations of poverty, on the other hand, emotions of solidarity and friendship will likely have a much broader base.

Even love relationships reflect social conditions. In general, negative social conditions, misery and danger, are more conducive to love relationships than are affluence and the absence of danger and violence.

However, danger and violence (or the danger of violence) will result in a love relationship attitude that is grossly different from that caused by a certain level of economic misery. Danger and the threat of violence makes people emphasize monogamy, while misery can result in promiscuity.

See the following link for psychological research on the different effects that poverty and danger have on children:

Economic Status, Community Danger and Psychological Problems Among South African Children

http://chd.sagepub.com/cgi/ content/abstract/8/1/115

But not only are social and economic, conditions responsible for the character traits and emotions we develop; social conditions also are responsible for the arena in which humans compete with each other.

There is a biological basis for competition among humans, and it comes down to competing for relationships partners.

Darwin sensed “male competition and female choice”, but even that view was an offshoot of the social conditions he, Darwin, lived in. More neutrally, I would talk of male competition and female competition.

19th century socialists believed that by abolishing private property and emphasizing the creed “from each in accordance to his abilities, to each in accordance to his needs”, they would abolish competition among people. But rather, moving competition out of the material realm leaves people disoriented.

To compete by trying to provide better material conditions is a psychologically easy setting. Even people of limited intellectual capacities can understand that those who provide better material conditions will be more successful in finding relationships partners. Thus, a certain level of economic need makes people industrious, and brings out character traits that are supportive of improving material conditions: not just industry but also reliability, interest in furthering one’s education (because it will result in better economic opportunities), friendliness (because it entices people to become a buyer of goods and services).

When humans compete with each other by trying to be economically more successful than others, the world is simple. However, the positive effects on attitudes will only be present up to a certain level: a level well below affluence. Furthermore, the positive effects will also only remain present for as long as the competition is restricted by definite rules. Most importantly, violence and the threat of violence must not be allowed to provide a competitive edge.

Kreutz Ideology has a more differentiated approach to the reverse application of materialism (change social conditions to effect certain character traits and emotions) than Marxists who believe, naively, that simply abolishing private property will solve all contradictions.

It’s anyway not a question of who owns property but who controls it.

Fine-tuning social conditions in order to effect certain valuable character traits and emotions is a highly sophisticated endeavor, and it cannot be handled well by governments who result from Western-style democratic elections.

If the intention to create societies that are optimally suited to enjoy optimal relationships experience, and to end their lives in a comfortable death, we want to foster certain human character traits and emotions.

To maintain or enhance character traits and emotions such as solidarity, friendship, and love, we have the option to either allow a certain level of inherent poverty, or of inherent violence.

But violence, even low-level violence, is detrimental to both, the likelihood of optimal relationships experience and the likelihood of a comfortable death.

On the other hand, to maintain a certain level of poverty favors human interaction on a broad basis, for the purpose (and the pretext) of solving economic problems.

Furthermore, maintaining a certain level of poverty within societies firmly directs competitive behavior towards economic goals: the desire to purchase certain products, even luxuries. If a certain level of poverty were not maintained, the competitive impulse would likely show in a rather irrational fashion, such as conspicuous consumption.

How people compete through wasteful consumption has been analyzed already by the US economist Thorstein Veblen in his book, published in 1899, The Theory of the Leisure Class.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Theory_of_the_Leisure_Class

If people cannot profile themselves well through their pursuit of material successes, they move into unpredictable arenas that are harder to control: drug abuse, adherence to destructive ideologies such as punk, or football hooliganism.

Furthermore, maintaining a certain level of poverty can have a decisive effect of counteracting age discrimination. It can be a desirable eigendynamic in societies that younger people enter relationships relationships with older people because older people could provide economic assistance.

Like much else which is said in this article, this idea is not new. You can find parallels in John Kenneth Galbraith’s “The Affluent Society”, published in 1958.

Affluence and Its Discontents

http://www.washingtonpost.com/ wp-dyn/content/article/2006/05/09/ AR2006050901214.html

John Kenneth Galbraith

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ John_Kenneth_Galbraith



Tongkatali.org's integrated male relationships success


By Serge Kreutz


Tongkatali.org provides an integrated service for male success, with a focus on East and Southeast Asia. Male success has a lot to do with male sexual success. Tongkatali.org sells sexuality-enhancing herbals with a proven scientific track record. This is our core operation.

But apart from that, Tongkatali.org is dedicated to the sexual success of our customers on a much wider scope.

Tongkatali.org, for example, offers consultation to customers on dental work and cosmetic surgery in Southeast Asia. This service is free for our customers, and can save them a lot of money and protect them from some bad experiences as well.

We often refer to our customers as members. For more than a decade, we have run formal memberships via sergekreutz.com. There were sexual function memberships and sexual opportunities memberships, both priced separately at 250 US dollars each. We have discontinued these, because there simply are too many phony consultation services around which use the same language.

As it stands now, anything related to information is free for members of Tongkatali.org (membership is automatic for those with an order history of 1000 US dollars or more for tangible items, mostly sexuality-enhancing herbals.

Some men are in lifelong exclusive sexual relationships. We respect and congratulate customers to whom this applies.

Most men are not made of such timber. Most men, and a large number of our members, have a profound interest in sexual variety.

For these men, if they are Westerners, East Asia has a lot to offer. Not only is the East Asian approach to physical relationships much more down-to-earth and open to negotiations. The age of men is also of much less relevance, if of any.

Tongkatali.org and Serge Kreutz started out in the early 1980s (around 40 years ago!) with travel guides on Southeast Asia. Unlike standard travel guides, these travel guides already did cover physical relationships. Travel guides nowadays never touch this topic.

Little has changed in Asia in 40 years. Of course, there are better roads, and now there is Internet. And immigration has become more complicated. But the mentality of the people up-country has changed amazingly little.

For members, Tongkatali.org provides free lifestyle advice, tailored for Western men considering moving to East Asia to achieve better physical relationships.

There is more. Tongkatali.org also trades domain names, and our members can rent unique motorhomes designed for Southeast Asian weather and infrastructure. These motorhomes are suited for couples or families going for extended holidays in Southeast Asia, and also for unattached men roaming isolated areas for physical adventures. Mind you: in Asia, the further away you get from modern, urban centers, the better your relationships will be.

Talk to us.!





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Privacy policy of Sumatra Pasak Bumi

For us at Sumatra Pasak Bumi, privacy in the age of the Internet is a major concern, and we greatly welcome the European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).

We have always been dedicated to privacy protection. The snooping and spooking of all and everybody is a pest. It’s not just the NSA and every large search engine and browser (we recommend Duckduckgo for searches and as browser), but even minor businesses that do their databases and customer profiling in hope of McDonald's style do-you-want-fries-with-that cross sales.

We don’t.

We respect the privacy of customers and people visiting our website. Our site is run from a secure socket layer. We do not use cookies. We do not maintain customer accounts for logging in later. Our website is simple html programming, and we don't even use WordPress templates or e-commerce plug-ins. We don't do a newsletter to which customers could subscribe, and we don't even include standard social media buttons that would link visitors of our site to certain Facebook or Twitter profiles.

We prefer communication by email using a gmail account because this is probably still the most private mode of communication (Hillary may disagree), and when we have information to disseminate to the public, we just publish it on our website. We do offer the option to communicate with us by chat apps if a site visitor so wishes, but prefer email.

If privacy is your concern, you are in good hands with us.