Stating The Obvious 0199 – Professional Victim. One Job Computers Can’t Do. Yet.
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I ramble for about 7 years about trail running, Hunger Games, the State and some other stuff that I find amusing. Then I get to the point which is statists, fear and the victim-industrial complex.
Radio DJs being replaced by computers.
Fast food “workers” wanting $15/hour and why they should all be fired and replaced with smart phone apps.
Handicapped people playing the victim card while having everything provided for them and paid for by the State.
Have you listened to my 4 part series called “Why Statism?” If not, start here to understand why statists are statists.
And here we get to the root of the problem. The average person is completely susceptible to demagoguery, propaganda, programming and is unable to see what are lies and truths on what they see on TV, read in the newspapers, listen to on the radio and pretty much doesn’t care about learning the truth. But, they envy those who drive Mercedes and BMW’s, live in large mansions and are unable to rationally figure out why their choices in life have added up to their pitiful existence. Your average person is also completely and always filled with fear, anxiety and envy. And it’s encouraged by the elites. So, they wish destruction for those that might have accomplished more or have more than them.
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Actually, if you are able to think and draw conclusions, it’s pretty easy to explain. Your average person is relatively unable to critically think about their condition and as such can’t see their own deficiencies. That’s just a nice way of saying that they’re easily influenced. Plus with the push for the past sixty years of “equality” you have every dumbass out there buying into the premise that he or she should have just as much as everybody else. Then the results become obvious. First, envy that over a period of time metastasizes into hate. That results in an easily influenced individual. And those individuals vote.
Thank you sir for the linkage. That post is one of the most popular ones I’ve ever written.
You are quite welcome. This post should be popular. You (once again) call it as it is. Keep it coming.