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Prole-run America (PRA)

09 11 11 - 19:30

Forget politics, look at the real demographics:


Today, we are living in Prole-Run America (PRA). It is run by proles, who vote, buy products and create social trends. Those votes, purchases and trends in turn determine what the power structure accomodates. The People are the focus of the society and its leaders, and the rest follow their lead.

The problem is not our institutions, our leaders, or diversity. Those are intermediate causes. The root cause is that we have handed power to the group least suited to wield it, which is the average (meaning not distinguished by any superior performance) citizen.

The average citizen is oblivious to anything outside his little world. He is selfish, and doesn’t really care about the consequences to others. He litters, and drives too big of a car, and watches too much TV. He’s not suited for anything, except buying products and voting for manipulative politicians.

Prole-Run America (PRA) is what happens when we put all these gullible proles in charge of the most powerful nation-state on earth. They vote for pleasant illusions, and they get angry when unpleasant truths are mentioned, and do their best to bury them and drive away the truth-tellers. - Amerika, "Prole Run America"


Crowdism explained.

Under-120s get exiled to the Marianas Trench.

seven comments

Martin Luther
"[L]et everyone who can, smite; slay, and stab, secretly or openly, remembering that nothing can be more poisonous, hurtful, or dev­ilish than a rebel. It is just as when one must kill a mad dog; if you do not strike him, he will strike you, and a whole land with you." Martin Luther - 09-11-’11 21:10
Franny
"The average citizen is oblivious to anything outside his little world. He is selfish, and doesn’t really care about the consequences to others. He litters, and drives too big of a car, and watches too much TV."

I sure hope there aren't any exceptions to this rule! Cause, y'know, that'd just make the writer seem like he's relying on generalisations and assumptions. Franny - 09-11-’11 21:34
orcnomad
He said 'average'. Clearly exceptions are not considered to be part of that average. When people behave like herds, we can study and analyse them in much the same way. orcnomad - 10-11-’11 03:36
Selfish American
Hate to break it to you, but those ancient greeks you idolize so much were doing those great deeds for personal gain and glory. they were as selfish as any fat american, they just didn't have the luxury to watch TV and play videogames so they had to speak about stupid stuff like "what is matter" to kill time. Selfish American - 10-11-’11 06:09
I hate you...
Will someone please kill Prozaks bitch ass? I hate you... - 10-11-’11 11:51
U mad bro?
Successful troll is successful U mad bro? - 10-11-’11 16:30
orcnomad
at Selfish American:
So what you are saying is if Socrates had a PS3 or if Plato discovered Azeroth, then we would have no philosophical traditions? Even with these distractions some people still choose to better themselves and society.
at trolls:
Maybe Prozak should focus on his Warcraft character instead of writing articles that your teenage brains feel compelled to 'rebel' against. orcnomad - 10-11-’11 23:23


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