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Thoughts on Ways of Treating Pussy Whipped Men

November 14, 2010 13 comments

This post suggests a controversial line of action, so let me explain the background. Pussy whipped men, either pleasers or thug-like, are going to be the single biggest obstacle in any social progress or re-equilibration.

You may have seen this yourself.. married and attached men who will betray, screw over, abandon, lie, steal from others just to get some aging semi-willing pussy. While the number of such men is somewhat lower in the younger generations than the older one, they do constitute the majority of men.

So what do you do with them or to them?

My answer might sound inhumane, but the only way to solve that problem is to speed up their demise. They are beyond reason and would do the same to you if their wife/girlfriend wanted them. Speeding up their demise can be achieved through various methods.

The first method, ironically, is to facilitate feminism and unfair laws against men. You might say- that is nuts! But is it? Those laws shred the stupid suckers who have been pussy-whipped the most. Let them pay for the beliefs and actions.

Prey on and screw them and their kids at every opportunity. While that sounds bad, they would have no qualms about doing that to you in order to satisfy the demands of their wives or girlfriends. There are many opportunities to fail and over fuck over such people every day- so do it!

Work for your own needs only. Most of these creatures are counting on your tax dollars and “investments” to keep them in good shape when they are too old to work. If you work for only what YOU want, all the excess money, things, services and productivity which are supposed to keep their asses afloat will vanish. Best of all- it will not crimp your lifestyle.

Don’t try to convert men who worship pussy. Let them take the hits and die for that mistake. Those who want to change will do so by themselves.

Don’t bother about the future of civilization. If it does not work for you, let it go to hell and anybody who is standing in your path can die. Don’t bother about your future, because if you are not making it in the system right now- you will never make it in the current system/ setup.

In the worst case scenario (everything falls apart) you will die- but so does everyone else.

It is not how, and whether you die, that matters. It is how (and for whom) you live and that is YOUR choice.

The unfortunate reality is that those in power (and their offspring) have to perish or become irrelevant for change to occur. This applies to ALL social systems irrespective of historical period, race or type of social system.

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A Question for Readers: Nov 14, 2010

November 14, 2010 6 comments

OK, here is another question which has always troubled me.

Why are so many men, especially white men, obsessed with wanting to be seen as decent human beings by women?

It is not as if being decent, giving, reasonable or humane will get you more pussy. If anything, it will get you less pussy. In any case, what useful and quantifiable product or service do women offer other than pussy?

So why care? Habit, tradition, stupidity, illusion, delusion or conformity? Where is the value or reward for giving a shit about women?

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An Insight into the Mind of Keynes: 1

November 14, 2010 2 comments

While it is not possible to get a complete picture of a person’s mind from a few quotes, there is often little else to go by. So my insight into the mind of John Maynard Keynes is based not only in my biases, his biases but the biases of those who wrote about him.

I would recommend others to read the full list at the wikiquote link (above) AND his books.

“I work for a Government I despise for ends I think criminal.” -Letter to Duncan Grant (15 December 1917)

Can you think of an American economist who was, or is, this honest?

“The long run is a misleading guide to current affairs. In the long run we are all dead. Economists set themselves too easy, too useless a task if in tempestuous seasons they can only tell us that when the storm is past the ocean is flat again.”

A Tract on Monetary Reform (1923) Ch. 3; many have thought this meant Keynes supported short terms gains against long-term economic performance, but he was actually criticizing the belief that inflation would acceptably control itself without government intervention.

The famous quote, which is often misunderstood or misquoted.

“In truth, the gold standard is already a barbarous relic.” – Monetary Reform (1924), p. 172

Yep.

Newton was not the first of the age of reason. He was the last of the magicians, the last of the Babylonians and Sumerians, the last great mind that looked out on the visible and intellectual world with the same eyes as those who began to build our intellectual inheritance rather less than 10 000 years ago.” – Address to the Royal Society Club (1942), as quoted in A Dictionary of Scientific Quotations (1977) by Alan L. MacKay, p.140

Most people do not like to hear that.

“They offer me neither food nor drink — intellectual nor spiritual consolation… [Conservatism] leads nowhere; it satisfies no ideal; it conforms to no intellectual standard, it is not safe, or calculated to preserve from the spoilers that degree of civilisation which we have already attained.”- On the Conservative Party; Skidelsky (1992:231) quoting Collected Writings Volume IX page 296-297

That is the truth about CONservatism,

The great events of history are often due to secular changes in the growth of population and other fundamental economic causes, which, escaping by their gradual character the notice of contemporary observers, are attributed to the follies of statesmen or the fanaticism of atheists.” – The Economic Consequences of the Peace (1919) Chapter II, Section I, pg.14-15

Sounds familiar.

“The immense accumulations of fixed capital which, to the great benefit of mankind, were built up during the half century before the war, could never have come about in a Society where were wealth was divided equitably.” – The Economic Consequences of the Peace (1919) Chapter II, Section III, pg.19

The truth.

“The duty of “saving” became nine-tenths of virtue and the growth of the cake the object of true religion.” – Chapter II, Section III, pg.20

Saving money as religion.

Jevons saw the kettle boil and cried out with the delighted voice of a child; Marshall too had seen the kettle boil and sat down silently to build an engine.- Alfred Marshall, p. 188

Trashing Jevons paradox.

From his most famous book – The General Theory of Employment Interest and Money (1935)

“The difficulty lies, not in the new ideas, but in escaping from the old ones, which ramify, for those brought up as most of us have been, into every corner of our minds.” – Preface

But most people do not get it.

“All production is for the purpose of ultimately satisfying a consumer.” – Book 2, Chapter 5, Section 1, pg.46

Asians and germans still do NOT get that concept.

“Thus public works even of doubtful utility may pay for themselves over and over again at a time of severe unemployment, if only from the diminished cost of relief expenditure.” – Book 3, chapter 10, Section 5, pg.127

It is better to create unnecessary jobs than create a society based on meagre handouts.

“Professional investment may be likened to those newspaper competitions in which the competitors have to pick out the six prettiest faces from a hundred photographs, the prize being awarded to the competitor whose choice most nearly corresponds to the average preferences of the competitors as a whole;” – Book 4, Chapter 12, Section 5, pg.156

Tell that to the suited conmen who run 401k plans or help you manage wealth, and the morons who believe them

“Americans are apt to be unduly interested in discovering what average opinion believes average opinion to be; and this national weakness finds its nemesis in the stock market.” – Book 4, Chapter 12, Section 6, pg. 159

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“The introduction of a substantial Government transfer tax on all transactions might prove the most serviceable reform available,with a view to mitigating the predominance of speculation in the United States.”- Book 4, Chapter 12, Section 6, pg.160

Still one of the best ideas to prevent excessive speculation.

If I am right in supposing it to be comparatively easy to make capital-goods so abundant that the marginal efficiency of capital is zero, this may be the most sensible way of gradually getting rid of many of the objectionable features of capitalism. – Book 4, Chapter 16, Section 4, pg.221

Yes, I channel keynes.

Too large a proportion of recent “mathematical” economics are mere concoctions, as imprecise as the initial assumptions they rest on, which allow the author to lose sight of the complexities and interdependencies of the real world in a maze of pretentious and unhelpful symbols.” – Book 5, Chapter 21,Section 3, pg.298

As true in 2010 as 1935.

The outstanding faults of the economic society in which we live are its failure to provide for full employment and its arbitrary and inequitable distribution of wealth and incomes. – Book 6, Chapter 24, Section 1, pg.372

Once again, he was honest unlike other economic shysters.

“But whilst there may be intrinsic reasons for the scarcity of land, there are no intrinsic reasons for the scarcity of capital.” – Book 6, Chapter 24, Section 2, pg.376

One of the many concepts that CONservatives cannot grasp.

“The ideas of economists and political philosophers, both when they are right and when they are wrong, are more powerful than is commonly understood. Indeed the world is ruled by little else. Practical men, who believe themselves to be quite exempt from any intellectual influence, are usually the slaves of some defunct economist. Madmen in authority, who hear voices in the air, are distilling their frenzy from some academic scribbler of a few years back. I am sure that the power of vested interests is vastly exaggerated compared with the gradual encroachment of ideas.” – Ch. 24 “Concluding Notes” pg.383

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