Saturday, April 30, 2016

The Associative Mating of the Hildebeast and Billy the Rapist

I've pointed out before it's all about "associative mating" and not this alpha/beta "alpha fux and beta bux" babble.

Let's take Hilliary and Bill Clinton.

Both of them are utterly corrupt career politicians, pathological liars and sinfully greedy with their desire for money and power. Their relationship is associative mating, and not in a good way. But it's still associative mating.

I know a retired man who went to high school with Hillary Clinton. Strangely, he told me she was a very nice person in those days. But that didn't last for long.

And as soon as Bill and Hillary met each other - wham! And the country has been paying for it ever since.

I had a man I know, who spent his career as a political consultant, tell me he's known only one honest politician in his life. The rest had sex, money and drug problems.

Hillary Clinton is a drunken lesbian and Bill Clinton is a sexual predator and rapist. Do tell! And what drugs has Bill Clinton done? None? HAR HAR HAR!!! Next you'll tell me Duyba Shrub wasn't an alcoholic and cokehead and that his wife didn't murder teenagers in a car wreck!

One of Bill's former paramours said Bill used to wear her nightie and play the saxophone, and told her Hillary had several abortions and had Chelsea only for political reasons - to convince the electorate she was "motherly."

Both Bill and Hillary sound close to being sociopathic.

Bill has something Hillary does not and never will - charm and charisma. However, these are not good things. "Charm" actually means to cast as spell on someone, just like in magic. That's what a "charm" means. Just like the charm bracelet some of the girls wore in grade and middle school.

Let's put it this way: Hitler had enormous charm he directed toward women - and they fell for him.

With his charm and charisma Bill ended up being quite popular with women - but only women who are mental cases fall for it. Look at Monica Lewinsky, who thought Bill Clinton was going to dump his wife for this unattractive, overweight JAP (when I was in college some guys held a party and put a sign on their door: "No JAPS and fat chicks").

I've know a few men who had charm and charisma. And every one of them screwed up their lives - and did it because of their inability to keep their dicks in their pants. And every woman I saw them get involved with them was mental.

The only thing that explains the relationship of Bill and Hillary Clinton is that each recognized the monster in each other - and were attracted to it. That's associative mating, for good or bad.

Faith, Family, Community and Meaningful Work

What win I, if I gain the thing I seek?
A dream, a breath, the froth of fleeting joy
Who buys a minute's mirth to wail a week?
Who seeks eternity to get a toy?
For one sweet grape, who will the vine destroy?
- The Rape of Lucrece

I've said for years the most important things in life are meaning, importance and community. Later I realized gratitude - thankfulness - is an immensely important one (again, as Meister Eckhardt wrote, "If the only prayer you say is 'thank you,' it will be enough").

Even Freud, who was a nut, said "work and love" were the two most important things in life.

Arthur C. Brooks, in his book, The Conservative Heart, wrote it should be "faith, family, community, and meaningful work."

Money is important, but once you have enough, there is no added happiness to getting more. Is Carlos Slim the happiest man in the world? Bill Gates? Donald Trump? George Soros?

Politics is the art of preventing preventable evils. In the U.S. it was supposed to let us pursue happiness (which is a pretty bad translation of the Greek eudamonia, which means well-being, or flourishing, which comes about through arete or excellence).

Our government pretty much stopped doing that during the '60s, and a lot of it can be blamed on LBJ with his attempts to spend us into the Great Society - which had the opposite effect.

Things have gotten so bad, with the destruction of the middle-class (which is the government's fault) that people en masse have supported Trump and Sanders. And what is the Republican party doing? Looking in the mirror and wondering what they have done to create this? Of course not. They're doing everything that can to overturn the will of the people, stop Trump and try to elect stumblebums like Cruz and Kasich (which means handing the election to the Hildebeast).

The government has been trying to destroy families, faith, communities and meaningful work. And what is supposed to replace those things? Why, the god of the State!

Which is more like worshiping Satan than anything else. Remember the Three Temptations of Jesus? One of them was having power over the kingdoms of the world - and he declined.

Leftism is based on envy and hate. And again I'll point out that it's been noticed for thousands of years (and it's probably the theme of every "fairy tale" that has ever existed) you can feel gratitude or else envy, but you can't feel both at the same time.

Politics cannot fix problems. That's not its purpose. But it can fix things to the extent that most people can pursue faith and family and community and meaningful work. And have gratitude for having those things.

Friday, April 29, 2016

Ultimately it's all supported by violence

Ultimately it's all based on violence or the threat of it. Of course I don't like but just because I don't like it doesn't mean it's not true.

By the way, that quote is from Rudyard Kipling.

Thursday, April 28, 2016

War and the Sheeple

"Society is, always has been and always will be a structure for the exploitation and oppression of the majority through systems of political force dictated by an élite, enforced by thugs, uniformed or not, and upheld by a willful ignorance and stupidity on the part of the very majority whom the system oppresses." - Richard K. Morgan

I try to keep things simple. When it comes to war:

War is a racket (as Smedley Butler noticed).

Soldiers are pawns (the booger-eating Jew war criminal Henry Kissinger called them “stupid animals”).

The rich get richer and everyone else else gets poorer.

The rich and politically connected start the wars; the poor fight them (“Rich man’s war, poor man’s fight”).

Patriotism is not the last refuge of scoundrels but the first.

There are not separate wars but one war with breathers in between (WWI led to WWII; WII lead to Korea, then Vietnam…).

Rulers are an odd sort - cowardly wolves.The masses are sheeple.

In war there is no murder (“collateral damage”).

Countries have no friends, just shifting alliances.

The sheeple are hypnotized, otherwise they would not continually get led to their slaughter.

The excuse for every war is that we are under attack by insane, bloodthirsty monsters. It's amazing the number of people who fall for it.

Wednesday, April 27, 2016

"How to Win Friends and Influence People"

I read Dale Carnegie's How to Win Friends and Influence People when I was a teenager. Apparently it didn't make much of an impression on me at the time, because I remember nothing about it. But then, I was about 16.

Recently I read cause to read it again, and it a made a whole of sense. No wonder it was a best-seller.

Amazing what Carnegie, who was from a small farming town in northeast Missouri, figured out. On one thing, he realized that the first defense of people is to blame their problems on other people. To scapegoat them, although he never uses the term.

When a person does that, they can never take the other person's side of the story (the Manosphere, in its complete delusions, refers to these narcissists as "Dark Triad psychopaths" and "alphas." In reality they're buffoons who only get things right by accident).

When you stop blaming all of your problems on other people, the you can treat the person with respect, consideration (which is to understand their side of the story) and appreciation (he even uses William James's observation that to be appreciated is the greatest desire of people).

That, in a nutshell, is what he recommends. Strangely I had figured these things out myself, so it's too bad Carnegie didn't make more of an impression on me when I was a teenager.

I've had some terrible bosses in my life, and almost all of them got fired. They never saw it coming, of course. They thought they were going a great job, and of course it was someone else's fault they got in trouble. And the ones who didn't get fired were protected by their bosses - who were incompetent themselves (first-raters hire first-raters; second-raters hire third-raters, and those third-raters hire fourth -raters).

I've seen the same thing when it comes to teachers. I've known some terrible ones, who were protected by their bosses, and who had no idea of how to treat the kids.

I've mentioned before I was raised in a criminal town and know a lot of people who've been in prison. Very few of them were truly bad guys, just impulsive and not that bright. I've always treated them with respect and consideration and have never had a problem with any of them.

None of these things were taught to me in school, by my parents, in church, or at work. If I had been aware enough, I could have learned it from a man who went to a nowhere teacher's college in northwestern Missouri. - and ended up being world-famous and wealthy because he had figured out something no one else had, even though it was staring them in the face.

Tuesday, April 26, 2016

"Inside Every Gook There is an American Trying to Get Out"

That's a quote from the movie, Full Metal Jacket, and it is utterly false. But then, that was the point of the movie.

I was raised during Vietnam. From about seven to 17. I had no interest in the news in those days, but occasionally I would briefly watch it with my father and remember seeing comments from the newscasters about how today 376 Vietcong were killed and eight Americans. And that went on day after day, week after week, year after year.

At this rate, I thought, pretty soon there aren't going to be any Vietnamese left (by the way, we killed about two-and-one-half -million of them, and got absolutely nothing good done. Robert McNamara, who I'm sure is trying to find Brylcream in Hell, said we committed a horrendous war crime. Genocide.

By the time I was 21 years old I had pretty much figured things out. There's the free market and political liberty, which evolves from the ground up and then there is the State, which attempts to impose things from the top down.

That's what happened in Vietnam. We attempted to impose things from the top down, by slaughter and mass murder and massive destruction. Not surprisingly at all, it didn't work.

When that inbred dumbass Dubya Shrub, with his narrow head and squinty lopsided eyes, started babbling about how Iraq, with its economy one percent of the U.S. and a mean IQ of 87, was going to detonate nuclear weapons in New York City, I rolled my eyes.

We have to invade them! And Afghanistan! Mass murder and mass destruction!

Bush is a war criminal and deserves to spend the rest of his life in prison. Along with Dick Cheney and the rest of those neocon cowards and murderers and traitors.

I knew the invasions of Iraq and Afghanistan were not going to work and in fact make things worse. Now we have ISIS or whatever the hell it's called, and attempts to overthrow the government of Syria...and only God knows what is going to happen six months from now. It won't be anything good, though.

Sooner or later we are going to have to give up this genocidal nonsense. The United States in an empire, and empires always fall. And for us, the sooner the better.

And when this happens, the warmongers and chickenhawks will find to their great surprise the countries they've been trying to turn into America will suddenly turn right back into their original cultures. Just the way the Vietnamese did - and the country is no longer a threat to us. For that matter, it never was.

Islam is not a threat to us. It hasn't been for 700 years. And to the extent it is a threat, there should be no Muslims in the United States or the West. So why are we importing these inbred morons?

They're never to going to turn into Americans, no matter how many of them we murder.

Monday, April 25, 2016

Being Raised With Boys Who Turned Into Criminals

I was raised with a bunch of boys who turned into criminals and served time in prison. I get along just fine with ex-cons, even now. They're not bad people for the most part - just impulsive and not very bright.

Before I go any further, I'll tell a story about a man I know who was a mercenary. He served with the Ian Smith regime in the former Rhodesia and killed a whole bunch of Commies. He seemed to enjoy it, or perhaps, didn't mind it.

After that little tiff was over, he moved back to the U.S. and became head of security in a rather bad area. He introduced himself to all the drug dealers and pimps in the area and basically told all of them, you don't bother me and cause trouble and I will respect you and not interfere wth your business.

He never had a bit of trouble with any of them.

When he told me this I had already figured it out from being raised in the area I was raised in.

As I said, I get along just fine with the ex-cons I've met. Why? I treat them with respect and in turn they give me no trouble.

Decades ago in college I used to work in a warehouse, on a line putting their products in boxes and also folding boxes. It paid minimum wage, which went a lot further in those days than now. You could live on it, but just barely.

There were a lot of ex-cons there and also many low-IQ people - I estimate their IQs were in the low 90s.

Once thing I noticed is that when these people were given responsibility and treated with respect their attitudes changed. They started acting like mature adults, even though their raises were only about 50 cents more than minimum wage.

I shook their hands and told them they deserved the promotion and raise. I suspect that had never happened in their lives.

It reminded me of something William James had written over a century ago: the greatest desire for people is to be appreciated.

When I graduated and got a job as a newspaper reporter and then editor, I found I had only one good boss. The rest were idiots who were completely lacking in any managerial skills. And this included people who had MBAs from Harvard and Yale.

For one thing they didn't treat their employees with any respect or appreciation and wondered why their employees walked off the job after sabotaging everything they could. Or filing lawsuit after lawsuit.

In fact, all three newspapers I worked at are now out of business.

They never understood the workers were the ones who supported the business and did all the work, and the "managers" generally got in the way.

Let's put it this way: when you get ex-cons with IQs of about 93 who have better people skills and are better managers than those with MBAs from Harvard and Yale... what does that say about such college degrees?

Not much, obviously. In many cases, their worth is less than zero.