No One Can Abuse You Unless You’re Weak Part 1

 

I’m a loser baby, so why don’t you kill me? Beck

In general.

There’s been a lot of talk on the internet and elsewhere in the last few years about narcissists and how to deal with them.  Personally I’ve been dealing with one closely for a few years in a business relationship.  I’ve chosen to stay in this relationship because there are benefits for me to do so.  Learning how to be strong in this situation has been very good for me and has broader applications to White Nationalism and White Advocacy.  

Apparently narcissism is becoming more prominent in our society and I’m not surprised.  Say what you want about christianity, it certainly promoted a certain amount of selflessness at least among  serious christians.  And there were even a couple of bible verses that highly discouraged doing things for the approval of other humans such as:

Be careful not to practice your righteousness in front of others to be seen by them. If you do, you will have no reward from your Father in heaven.

In other words, virtue signalling was frowned upon.  With christianity and a belief in reward or punishment in the afterlife mostly gone or watered down, our people follow jew modernity which values outside appearances much more than any well thought out morality.

So we’ve got a lot of people running around who seem immune to real work and spend a lot of time manipulating to get the things that affluence provides.  It’s a story as old as time.  It’s what slavery is all about. (going on all over the world, to this very day!)  It’s what using cheap labor is all about.  You find weak people without skills and work them to death while you “manage” them.   It’s preying on the nature of good people to get what you can out of them but not holding yourself to any moral standard.  It’s also preying on morally weak people.  You get them addicted to luxury, nicotine, drugs whatever, then they are trapped in your web.

For me, I’m a little addicted to luxury and I’ve been too “nice”.  In case anyone’s keeping track.

In No One Can Abuse You Unless You Are Weak Part 2 I’ll share how I’ve dealt with this on a personal level.  After that, I plan to do a Part 3 on how to become stronger as a people.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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  1. Pingback: No One Can Abuse You Unless You Are Weak Part 2 | Aryan Street

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