08 06 11 - 15:20It's not Christian morality; it's not liberal morality; it's a state underlying both.
The proles in the West feel they are victims, which is a way of saying that want out of the stress of making decisions, yet they brought that stress on themselves by overthrowing a traditional order.
Seeing no solutions, they simply project onto others, as if trying to ensure that every other place is ruined in the same way they ruined their own native lands:
The locals were starting to pester us good style now. It happened almost every time we went into a place where Westerners had been working; people would be expecting us to give them stuff, and if we didn't, they hassled and poked. They were given so much aid from so many sources that in the end it wasn't something that they were grateful for; it was just something that they expected as of right. The best aid foreign nations could have been giving them was education, to show them how to be productive themselves. Instead all we did was give them six hundred tons of wheat to salve our consciences. But in doing so, we created a nation of takers, who were not contributing to their own country, their own economy. - A. McNab, Immediate Action, Bantam Doubleday, New York, 1995, p. 289
How wholly neurotic.
Give a man a fish, feed him for a day; teach a man to fish, feed him for a lifetime.
Or even better: leave everyone else alone and let nature sort it out.
I've noticed a few things:
- Charitable types. Are there any of these that are not either bored stay at home Moms, simpering beta males with a deep inner hatred for their mothers, or people from completely broken backgrounds trying to "make a difference"? Notice that all of the above have something in common: their own lives are disasters. They want to tell you what to do, because you might be ignoring someone who is equal and therefore has every bit the same right as you to exist, except that they're failing at existing. So you should fix it, because it will distract all of us from our own inner failure. Our bodies are OK, our hands are busy, but neurotic souls inhabit these bodies, and that's why the West is full of people who want to "help."
- The internet is awash in the bitter. These take two forms: the well-intentioned and highly emotional types who want to make sure everyone is happy and everything is positive, and the bitter people who criticize everything they see unless it is their own thing. The first group hopes that they can find meaning in life by making others as neutered as they are; the second group hopes to cut your balls off with the threat of social ostracism, yet they tend to be people who are self-ostracizing because of their bitterness, tyrant attitudes and general lack of going anywhere in life. Ever notice these people are on the internet all the time? And doing nothing but expressing themselves? So what parts of life did they skip to be able to do that?
Beware the parasite. Not just out there; in yourself, lest you breed more of them.