Linkage: 3 October, 2017 #TheTriggering
Everyone #PrayForLasVegas with me and #VirtueSignal like the statist cunts you are.
I have been creating value for other people in return for money and thus not had time to watch the Clown News Network to find out in detail how Donald Trump is personally responsible for a left-wing statist shooting people in Las Vegas but I know it’s Trumps fault because
And because the 99% are inferior and democracy doesn’t work.
Today, I’m just here to put an end to a life-long Internet debate and to inform everyone that liking traps is FUCKING GAY. Like…. really fucking gay. Normally, I wouldn’t give a shit what people choose to jack-off to in their bedrooms, but the trap menace seems to be cropping up in almost every Internet forum I visit and I’ve had enough of it.
I might not even have a problem with people jacking of to other men if they weren’t in so much denial about it. Almost no one who likes trap wants to admit that they are gay:
“I’m attracted to the feminine parts of the trap”
Sure, mate. The reason you purposefully seek out men with penises is so you can admire their “feminine” parts. You couldn’t just jack off to normal women like everyone else? Or are women, the literal standard of femininity, not feminine enough for you?
How about they never vote again? Then I would be on board with this.
As the staggering national student loan debt tally sits at an all-time high of $1.33 trillion, according to the Department of Education, many Millennials say they would go to extreme lengths to wipe their slate clean.
According to a new survey from Credible, a personal finance website, 50% of all respondents (ages 18-34) said they would give up their right to vote during the next two presidential elections in order to never have to make another loan payment again.
Step 2: Right the Ship
Once we are no longer facing a hostile voting population from afar, our task is to starve the beast: Leftists, and the easy employment that they require.
The first step to this is to attack education and media.
Education is easily mastered by removing government money from the equation; end the loans, public education, and any roles created by regulation such as “diversity officers” and watch the number of Leftists decrease.
Even before we remove public education entirely, which given its utter failure is an excellent idea, we can implement school vouchers and the group that keeps public schools afloat — middle class white kids — will vanish from those schools, causing them to implode into chaos and low test scores. Media requires a more nuanced approach, but the Trump administration has made a good start: restrict access to information, treat them as a hostile power, and encourage them to face the same boycotts that have wrecked the NFL and CNN.
In addition, it is time to start removing laws.
Almost all government employees outside of the military are Leftists.
Their jobs are created through regulation and other laws which mandate large bureaucracies. When those bureaucracies are no longer needed, all of those Leftists go elsewhere, mainly to working in retail again. Any law we write creates bureaucrats and lawyers in both public sector, to enforce it, and private sector, to avoid that enforcement. Removing both of these dumps Leftists into the jobs market and removes all the abundant free time they use to cause trouble.
A further step might involve the return of freedom of association. If country clubs are no longer forced to accept Leftists, and the nicer neighborhoods can toss them out, then suddenly being a Leftist will not be a zero-risk proposition, but an impediment. Normal people who go along with Leftism will shy away from it. This type of accelerating cultural wave ends in Leftists being marginalized, as a precursor to relocating them to the third world.
Less intelligent people tend to be more fatalistic. If it happens then it happens, is their philosophical outlook on life.
This is always tempered by the subconscious belief that it will never happen to them. Why prepare and be cautious if you’re bulletproof? It takes time, effort, and energy to take your learning and performance up to a high level and consistently keep it there.
I have worked with a number of guides who subsequently died on rivers, the majority in their free time while kayaking. The vast majority of them, while highly skilled, lacked this ability to compute risk even when they had massive skin in the game.
This doesn’t just exist on an individual level; you see it across entire cultures as well. An extreme example of this is from when I rafted professionally on the White Nile. We had to constantly remind our Ugandan safety kayakers that they had to make every possible effort to ensure that customers who fell out of the raft did not in fact drown or get swept to areas where certain death awaited them. As far as they were concerned losing a few customers would not matter due to the fact that a bus would arrive with new customers the following day and every day thereafter. Explaining this to them only slightly alleviated the situation.
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