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Trying too hard to be tolerant

04 11 10 - 06:15

Tolerance is what proles love: it means that we don't consider their origins, the consequences of their actions, or even their mental instability. We just tolerate them and everyone gets along, which lets the deranged, criminal, parasitic and stupid get away with more leeching behavior. As long as we have oil money, however, that will work out OK.

Some examples of misguided tolerance:

Defense witnesses lie to produce insanity convictions


Among the witnesses not called in the 2004 trial was psychologist Jerome Brown, who interviewed Wright days after the killing. Brown diagnosed Wright with Post Traumatic Stress Syndrome, and told jurors last week she was in a "dissociative state" while attempting an elaborate cleanup after the killing.

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Last week, however, Jordan questioned Brown about the discrepancy in the defendant's stories and about a telephone call from her original defense attorney, Neal Davis, on the eve of the trial. Davis had just read Brown's notes and realized they were detrimental to his client's claim of self-defense. The call was tape-recorded by Davis.

Brown admitted he responded with an expletive, and then said, "I'll take a look at my notes and see if there's any way to get around that problem." - CNN


In our culture of fear, we tend to defer to experts like doctors and psychiatrists. They have the degrees, after all. But what if they're corrupt? This man is taking payment to testify, and he's manipulating the data for pay. His degree does not make him impartial, or even honest. He's selling it as a commodity.

Think of this next time you see some wide-eyed "expert" talking about how so-and-so killer was insane and not responsible for his or her actions. If that's the case, why will we lock this person up for seven years in an asylum, then let them out so they can do it again?

You are who you associate with


Airport security around the world isn't good enough, an Israeli airport official said Tuesday while showing international experts Israel's near-legendary methods as a possible solution.

Israel, which prides itself on airport and airplane security, showed off robots and procedures to keep passengers safe. One method has been condemned in other countries — profiling. - AP


Here in the decadent West we like to think that we can be whoever we want to be, so it's unfair to "judge" us based on our heritage, past actions, or even friends and associates. In places where mistakes can be fatal to a group, there is no such illusion. This guy came from an impoverished, broken home and drifted toward an extreme ideology? He's ONE HUNDRED BILLION PERCENT (approximately) more likely to be a terrorist. He's a Muslim in Israel, wearing a bulky jacket? Well... there is sort of this ideological enmity there, so put your hands in the air.

Courtship existed for a reason


If I've learned one valuable thing from the dating whirligig I've been on for the last six years (give or take six months here or there), it's that you must wait at least three months before getting excited about the long-term possibilities of a new person.

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The first three months of knowing someone is a time of illusions. Instead of seeing the person objectively, you see them for who you want them to be. Your object of desire is laden with fantasies and projections. I think it takes about three months to strip away the layers and start to see this person for who they really are. - CNN


Imagine that. Instead of seeing someone, and projecting your own needs onto them and then neurotically cleaving to them, figure out if they're a match. Most aren't. Not because they have different hobbies, but because they are broken. This is nature at work: for every generation, most are OK but many are not. Those need to be filtered out. If you don't do it in generation one, there are more of them with each successive generation.

Our genetic health is bad in the west because, in addition to the misguided racial melting pot experiment, we coddle idiots, sociopaths, parasites, criminals and the emotionally immature. The result is a surplus of defectives.

Our elites are fashionably prole-conscious


When a county votes more than 2-to-1 against its hometown Republican candidate for governor, it's safe to say that county shines blue.

So it goes for San Mateo County, where Democrats dominated Tuesday's election as usual despite major gains for the GOP around the nation.

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"Hometown candidates or not, there's just only so much that being the local hero will do for you if you are of the wrong political party and the wrong ideology, and if you make some statements during your campaign that turn people off," said Melissa Michelson, a political science professor at Menlo College in Atherton. - MN


Our new elites -- entertainment and computing -- want the world to know that they're on the side of the proles. Having a giant wall of money to insulate themselves from the proles, they want to make sure every ghetto gets a subsidy, because they as elites will never face the consequences of this bad policy and they think it will make them seem like "friends" to the angry rioting proles. It's just money and they have plenty of that, so give, give!

This cynical strategy is designed to make the giver/pitier seem like a moral hero to the proles, and it never works. When the true prole revolution comes, they kill you if you have money and they take it because they want it. They didn't end up proles because they're capable of complex moral reasoning or in-depth compassion. The people who cannot control their desires become proles; those who can focus their energies toward a productive and rewarding task become elites (some quite by accident).

We tolerate homosexuality, but hope it doesn't happen to our kids


When my best friend's older son and my son were both around three, her boy delighted in swathing himself in glittery tulle and prancing around with a fairy wand. My friend took it in stride, providing generous amounts of fabric and making aesthetic improvements -- more sparkles, a bigger star on the wand, etc. -- to her son's great and often delirious satisfaction.

On the face of it, I supported her and her boy, but I confess I was also relieved that my son didn't express quite the same level of interest. It was such a small thing: A boy, barely out of babyhood, innocently enraptured by clouds of tulle -- why was it even the slightest bit threatening to me? - CNN


This article is so neurotic it's hard to even begin to explore it, but the author does make an interesting point: she is repelled by the boy who doesn't know how to be a boy and who might actually be, even if costumed as a fairy, tending toward the homosexual side of things. Why would a mother fear this? We raise kids we would want as partners, as the title of the article says. We hope for grandchildren, not just for a false personal immortality, but to keep the cycle of life rolling. It doesn't just dissipate in the sand while we wait for death.

Gay kids don't bring that. So the same people who will shout loudest for tolerance of homosexuality, undoubtedly like this self-conflicted author who is appalled she might be shocked at a fruity friend, are also secretly haters of it... hoping it won't happen to their kids. Why not just be more honest about the situation?

Tolerance: everywhere you find it, there are lies; we hide the truth, proclaim tolerance, and then secretly work to game the system. What a devious lot of rodents we humans are.

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