A Thought: Dec 9, 2010

It is common to see mostly honest and productive people lose their livelihood, job security and living standard while the unproductive, bullshitters, liars and thieves gain in both money and power. However one has to ask a question-

Why don’t the honest and productive fight back in an effective manner?

The answer lies in what honest and productive people believe. As long as they believe that the system is fair and just, they will try to seek redress through “acceptable” channels. While such channels might be semi-functional under some conditions, they are often neither functional nor are they meant to work.

They exist to provide the illusion of justice and feedback.

If you are not getting a just deal, maybe the answer lies elsewhere. It is a well-known fact that dead people cannot bullshit, lie or steal. Similarly the dead children of such people cannot inherit their parents gain and continue the charade.

While the premature demise of some people and their kids might not be ideal for smaller problems, it is certainly a worthwhile alternative solution to situations where is no other option. If all conventional solutions lead to your slow motion destruction, why not make those who put you in that situation share your destiny?

Comments?

  1. Rad
    December 9, 2010 at 7:10 pm

    Maybe they don’t see any other option.

  2. Mark
    December 10, 2010 at 5:34 pm

    God damn!!! I don’t know whether to flag this as you calling it like you see it, or telling it like it is. That’s disturbing. Either way, bravo.

  3. MeMyselfI
    December 10, 2010 at 5:59 pm

    “The answer lies in what honest and productive people believe.”

    This is key…

    Religion is used by the socipaths to keep the honest people in check.

    Honest/religious people place their hope in something beyond what they experience in this life. They understand that in this life they’re going to get screwed. Their religion promises them that “god” will do the dirty work of destroying evil “someday”, so that they don’t have to. If it weren’t for this belief then the honest/religious person would have to consider how they would go about actually defeating evil… a difficult proposition since, by definition, evil isn’t bounded by any moral code and so will stop at nothing to win… unlike the honest/religious person. The honest/religious person would have to become evil in order to defeat evil.

    Also, what most of them haven’t figured out is that in all likelyhood religion was created by the sociopaths as a means to acquire and maintain power.

    The only question to me these days is… why were we created to “need” religion. This would seem to me to be a design flaw… or is it? The implications are interesting…

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