Human psychology is very interesting. We as a race are so brilliant, and also, so incredibly stupid. At times, I feel that I’m living in a less evolved time than when slavery was legal throughout the world. This may have something to do with the voluntary slavery that most men place themselves in. Or it may have something to do with people deciding that their rights and freedoms are not nearly as important as “getting even” or “getting back at the man” or even “getting something for nothing”.
Let me tell you this, and I hope you’re listening in a receptive mood, rather than a hate-filled mood that the liberal democrats and liberal republicans seem to always be in toward someone speaking truth. Social Justice is bad for you. You can never get something for nothing. You can never get back at the man. You can never free the oppressed by oppressing someone else.
You are not a victim unless you want to be.
That is the truth.
Do you want to know why we’re in such terrible economic times?
It’s easy: everyone who lives to at least 75 years will go through two recessions and one Depression in the economy. I’ll tell you right now, that that came from Robert Kiyosaki. I believe he made up the story of his Rich Dad, but for the most part, he’s been spot on in everything he’s said in his books for the past 16 years.
But why always two recessions and one depression for every person who live to 75 years of age?
Humans always go through cycles. The last time there was a Depression, the people of America had allowed themselves to believe that Social Justice and government handouts would solve it. Did it? No, it made America’s Great Depression drag out ten years in length, rather than ending swiftly as the Depression in Europe did.
Did we learn anything from it?
Sure, but all those people are out of power, and dieing out.
Let me explain what “Social Justice” and government hand-outs do to the people with simple psychology.
When the government guarantees food and income to people who can’t or won’t work for their own for extended periods of time, it creates apathy. I’m all for a government safety-net that catches those that fall, and puts them back on their feet. But if you’re guaranteed to make an income near your previous for almost 2 years after you lost your previous job, what’s the rush to get a lower-paying job? I mean, it’s much easier for a human to allow themselves to get paid more for doing nothing than to get out an go flip burgers for minimum wage. The jobs are always out there. Even if they’re not, this is America. You can always create a small service business to get you by for a while.
The feeling of being helpless can only be strengthened when you have the government telling you that you “it’s okay, we know you can’t take care of yourself.” When the government is actively trying to get people on social securities programs that are already terribly obvious ponzi schemes, what makes you think they’ve got the people’s interests in mind? Obviously, they’re smart people, so they must feel that they’ll gain something by fostering feelings of dependency and helplessness in the people.
I’m not saying that there’s anything wrong with doing nothing. But there is something wrong with habitually doing nothing. When your family just gets paid for existing, and the rest of society has to carry that burden, without your needing to contribute anything of value to society, then why think about life? If you get free money every week/month from the government, why work? Why not just go drinking every night, or sit around in your house all week, watching tv? That sounds like living hell to me, so I’m not sure why someone would find that appealing, but for those that do, if the government will offer to pay you for two years of that, why not?
I know this is a rant. I also know that there are many people who will hate me for saying things like this. But hopefully, some people will open their eyes after reading this. I’m hoping that the nation’s youth will see that this is a ploy to use you as pawns, rather than the heartfelt need to protect you that the government says that it is.