Every blog and website that discusses our current dystopian trends, from population replacement to IQ loss to engineered stupidity, goes out of its way to remind us they oppose violent resistance against those authorities imposing said policies (see the disclaimer at www.dailystormer.com).
I wonder if that should change. Actually I don't.
As I recall, my reaction to the 2001 terror attacks was outrage at the lack of outrage among my countrymen. Instead there was mostly anguish and sadness and pleading and beseeching. The only anger was confusion.
Above all, things should have been more interesting
at that point.
(My guess is that the next terrorist scare will be a convincing fake threat involving gas attacks on airliners or something. Or maybe there will be fake chatter hinting at fiendish strikes against embassies or nuclear power plants, causing them to be shut down.)
First, I blame political correctness.
Given its sheer, relentless, Ross Ice Shelf-like force, I wish I could hate Obama, but at least he's not a traitor like his enabling cronies on the right.
The population replacement program is not being caused by Jews, but by people who are just as evil as the Jews have been depicted. Obviously some of these evil people are also Jews, a bit more than their percentage of the general population.
Hate is the simplest answer, and therefore the best.
A simple tit for tat policy: why didn't Israel just blindly return fire against rocket attacks? Their overcomplex pacification efforts just made their enemies madder.
The reason may be that we live in a society where hate is perceived as uncool
It just doesn't seem that effective.
I've seen victims of financial scams and government shenanigans who were utterly powerless. They could scream and shout at all the injustices all they want, but they might as well be tied to a conveyor belt to a shredder.
And they let it happen. Will it continue forever or will there eventually be unpredictable disruptions?
There will be, but few and far between.
Women are more attracted to expressionless, taciturn, even emotionless men (for the most part).
This implies these men have reserved a larger portion of their brains for competent action. Deeds not words.
They are unpredictable because they give off few signals. Of course they also have to be strong.
The most emotional and expressive males are the least
action-skilled, unless the skill involves social drama.
It's just a pose - except sometimes it may imply something else, a lack of inhibitions or genuine strangeness. Always uncool and almost always bad. Until it isn't
Bullies are usually opportunists.
They only start to attack after playing with their prey for a while, to scope out their weaknesses.
It helps all the prey if a few members are unpredictable and unpredictably violent.