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    Absolute power corrupts absolutely.

    Here in the US, masses of deranged citizens are performing Taliban style scrubbing and erasing of our heritage and historical monuments, how long before these bands of criminals enter and obliterate places like Arlington National Cemetery? The Smithsonian? Other deemed deplorable sites and slated for destruction?

    Now imagine them gaining power, what will they do to anyone that doesn't tow their line? How safe will we be from a government ran by them? Where will open discussion be? Or will it become an underground activity?

    What side of the economic coin will you be living on with all the maniacal marching orders to be handed out by these idiots?

    Their rampage given power will diminish all our fading liberties. Do you think for one minute a world molded by these mad deranged idiots will be any better than what we have now?

    The photo below is an example of their methodology from a different part of the world, where people live in bombed out rubble.

    This is our present state, to tolerate the mocking and destruction of our cultural history. My only worry is what will the future be if these maniacs gain authority over us?

    This has the earmarks of civil war where government is powerless to stop the citizens from shooting and killing one another, sabotaging each other.

    How many people will flee the cities to escape their fellow citizen's rabid madness?

    The old saying "safety in numbers" applies to the civilized, not the bandits!

    Pass the fucking ammunition!

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    Re: Absolute power corrupts absolutely.

    Quote Originally Posted by mgtower View Post
    Their rampage given power will diminish all our fading liberties. Do you think for one minute a world molded by these mad deranged idiots will be any better than what we have now?
    This is the problem with revolutionary types – they’re fucking morons each and every one of them.

    “The system’s unfair. I’m oppressed. Others have more than me. I know I’m right and everyone else is wrong. BURN IT ALL DOWN! Destroy the emblems. Burn the books. Dismantle the government.”

    And not a single one of them has a fucking clue as to what to replace it with that will make things better.

    “But we, the real people, will be in charge and that’s what’s important.”

    In charge of what you stupid piece of shit? A burnt out husk of a country where nobody has anything? No education, no employment, no food, no water, no infrastructure, no governance, no security!

    Ah, now there’s equality for you!

    And the only elected representatives, bar one, that have anything to say on the matter seem to be taking the side of the morons. I can only assume that they do this because they think if they say anything against it that it will hurt their chances of re-election. Or maybe they’re just cowards afraid to speak out – then what the hell are you doing running for office? What another bunch of fucking morons.

    Don’t they see if they don’t shut this shit down that they won’t have a government to be re-elected to?
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    Re: Absolute power corrupts absolutely.

    O.K. so this is a thread in the philosophy section, so let’s philosophise.

    It’s easy to say shit is wrong, but how does it be put right?

    Let’s assume that what is happening now will either blow over or be put down and it comes to an end, but this IMO will at best be temporary, it is bound to resurface maybe in the same form or maybe in another form but resurface it will. Unless. Well, unless what?

    Here are a couple of thoughts.

    1. Poverty stricken areas.

    Birds of a feather flock together. Those with wealth live amongst each other because they can afford to, leaving those without the means to live where they can. I make no moral point here it’s just fact, the way life works. And when poorer people live together and see that they don’t have what others do have they become disenfranchised.

    2. Disenfranchisement.

    When a society, or a section of society begins to feel victimised it creates a downward spiral. It doesn’t really matter whether said victimisation is real or not, the feelings are real. “Nobody cares about us so we don’t care about them.” and so crime rates rise. Because of this the police become more active in that area. Because of this feelings of victimisation increase. Crime rates rise. It’s a vicious circle.

    And during this family life becomes disrupted through incarceration, death, abandonment and family violence. This leads me to my next point.

    3. Education.

    Set aside for the moment the infestation of the gynocracy into our education systems and concentrate on the basics.

    It’s easy to point the finger at the education system – poor people in poor areas just don’t get the same level of education as richer people in richer areas. Richer areas can simply afford better teachers. The stats would seem to support this theory but just what is going on?

    Whilst there is some truth to this, the effect IMO is not what it seems. I was lucky enough to attend a grammar school. For those that don’t know, in the U.K. these are considered by many as the best in secondary education (11-18 yr. olds) and are primarily merit based – the passing of an entrance exam in my day called “The 11 Plus”. But don’t take this as a boast, I didn’t fare so well. My point is the pupils here paid attention in class and had the support of a solid family life (for the most part anyway). This results in good grades thereby making them look like “good” schools. Disagree? Read on.

    I also worked for 10 years in the education sector as a tech. in an everyday secondary school, same age group in the same area. What I noticed here was those pupils with solid home lives and support did really well, while those with troubled home lives were generally inattentive, disruptive and didn’t fare well as a result, even though they had the same teachers and therefore the same opportunities with regards the education system.

    Upshot: Family life matters a hell of a lot more than having a good teacher or attending a good school.

    4. The cause is the thing.

    When you combine a disenfranchised society with poor education, and as stated above they seem to go hand-in-hand, you have a section of society that is easy to manipulate. Many will jump on any cause that promises them something they don’t have. They don’t care about the effect it has on society because they feel society has abandoned them. They don’t see that they are causing themselves more harm than good because they don’t have the education to think beyond what is right in front of them.

    5. The solution.

    This is where I stumble. It seems obvious to me that a strong and stable family life is the answer to so many of society’s problems, but how do you get there when everything in today’s world screams at people to think only of themselves in the here and now.

    Consumerism persuades us to get into debt: hey, here’s an app that will increase your credit score, buy more and more crap you don’t need and can’t afford.

    Feminism tells women that men are to be treated like shit and should be used as tools and for some reason males (notice I didn’t say men) agree with this.

    SJW’s tell us that it’s the system that’s wrong: You’re entitled to, well, everything it seems.

    Political correctness tells us we’re not allowed to state simple truths in case it offends someone somewhere.

    Our politicians, those we elect to make decisions on our behalf, seem incapable of making decisions other than what benefits them.

    Our judiciary bend to the whims of, well, whatever the hell they like regardless of legislation.

    I could go on but I think I’ve made my point.

    As a MGHOW I cannot condone tradcon values, but for fucks sake if you’re going to raise a family then raise a family.

    Women, listen up:

    You are the cause of much of this. I don’t give a rat’s ass if it’s mostly men committing the crimes, maybe they’re doing so because of you. Stop treating men like shit. Stop treating men like your wardrobe – I think I’ll wear this one tonight. Stop your fucking nagging. Stop your stupid fucking manipulations to get shit that’s ultimately meaningless. And stop your stupid notions of upgrading to a better man.
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    Re: Absolute power corrupts absolutely.

    Fix? Why should anyone fix what they didn't break?

    Fuck fix!

    Run it over!
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    Re: Absolute power corrupts absolutely.

    Quote Originally Posted by mgtower View Post
    Fix? Why should anyone fix what they didn't break?

    Fuck fix!

    Run it over!
    Fair enough. But I thought I had squarely put the onus for fixing this on those that have have caused it - the women!
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