The Sisyphus Fallacy

The Sisyphus Fallacy – A false belief that struggle and the suffering that it produces builds character, not the actions taken against said struggle.

If I were to describe the current human condition it would be the condition of the Greek mythos Sisyphus, the personification of all of humanity. Doomed to roll a boulder up a hill forever, an endless grueling task. It speaks to humanities knack for strife and struggle, we are no strangers to it and it is no stranger to us. What I find most interesting about this myth is his attitude towards his punishment. A gleeful contentedness, a prideful comfort towards what I would describe as a never ending hell. A fetishized justified sense of hardship born out of apathy, a fear of change and the unknown, and most importantly complacency.

In today’s society struggle is neither noble nor necessary, we just like to think that it is. What is noble is what we choose do about said struggle both on a individual and systemic level. Not to say that every bit of fault lies on individuals, in fact most of the fault lies upon systemic circumstance both internal and external. The biggest issue I see with people today is a lack of empathy and a tendency to blame the wrong people for the wrong things. Struggle is rarely the fault of ones own, it’s a collective failure forced upon the collective by the most influential, powerful, and wealthy among us, for their own benefit. A psychological manipulation of the masses.

January, 16th 2022 – 12:00 AM

Hellworld: The Great Circle Jerk

Pretentious prick-waving is a pestiferous practice that puts pressure on and perpetuates the pain of the people. Pause for a minute and be perplexed at this perpetual posturing done by these plutocratic pussies and see how preposterous it all is.

Posted: Wednesday, December 23th, 2020 – 11:08 PM

Capitalism: More Deadly Than Communism?

Time and time again I’ve been asked a certain question, one that comes up every time anyone criticizes capitalism. “Well how many people has communism killed?”, In that case I would ask back, “How many has people capitalism killed?”, people are quick to jump on communism, rightfully so, but people neglect to point out any flaws with our current economic system or excuse it by saying it’s the best we have.

If you are one of the unfortunate souls who buys into that line, allow me to pop the bubble you are currently in. It has been and is still responsible for far more deaths than communism will ever be responsible for, causes both direct and indirect. It’s at the very least, just as bad, or worse than communism ever will be. If you’re so quick to point your finger at communism, you have to be equally as quick and willing to point your finger at capitalism. If you condemn communism for it’s flaws, you must do the same to capitalism, anything less is just plain hypocritical.

Capitalism: Brainwashed & What Went Wrong I

Capitalism is not the end all be all of systems to run our society in. We need to admit that Capitalism isn’t perfect, we need to start considering other options, and no the choices aren’t binary. What’s sad is that people are convinced trough indoctrination from a young age that capitalism is that end all be all. Whether capitalism is salvageable or not, which I believe it isn’t due to it’s inherent nature, things will either get much worse or much much worse in the coming decades.

Automation, something I believe to be a great thing for humanity, will lead to mass firings and homelessness. And of course we’ll end up fight against automation simply because we’re convinced that working a traditional job is the only thing that’ll give us meaning in life. And we’re convinced of this because we’re taught that. We automatically assume anyone who questions the current state of things is “lazy”, and “entitled”, which is far from the truth. A vicious cycle which I believe will lead to our species eventual downfall. Humans I believe are naturally creative, and cooperative beings and capitalism hinders that, it took something that should of been done in moderation and for fun, that being competition, and forced it to be the driving force behind the world. That was the biggest mistake we ever made, the rest is just a long running Stockholm Syndrome fever dream.

Posted: Sunday, September 6th, 2020 – 1:51 AM

Jobs: A Forced Necessity

I look forward to a future where people take the things some of us view as privileges today for granted. Things like healthcare, clean water, food, acquit shelter, and the ability to pursue ones hopes, passions and dreams, and those things shouldn’t be some distant pipe dream, it should be the standard. People should be free to create, and pursue what ever they please, nothing should stand in anyone’s way when it comes to that. Nothing forced, no teasing people by holding their basic needs and rights over their heads and then barley giving what they work for to begin with, no excuses. We can do a lot better as a species, We need to.

If you need to know what counts as basic needs and rights, please refer to the chart and link that follows below it.

Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs

Posted: Thursday, July 30th, 2020 – 4:10 AM

Life: A Depressing How To

  1. Realize you’ve left the soft, warm, blanket of youth. No need to pay rent or pay for your own food, no job, no bills, no taxes, no one hounding you about what you want to do with your life, (even though the current system of education has failed to help you figure that one out… more on that later.)
  2. Find something you like, painting, drawing, writing, music, video games, eating, watching TV, etc.
  3. Stick to that as often as you can.
  4. Make just enough money to survive and sustain your hobbies and passions.
  5. Remember that that’s pretty much fucking impossible when you make $7.50 an hour.
  6. Get a second job, because fuck free time and sleep.
  7. Get mad and bitch about it online, but realize you can’t change any of it. Proceed to get even madder.
  8. Have a bunch of desensitized Boomers call you entitled online. Get even madder.
  9. Start a bad smoking and/or drinking habit.
  10. Become suicidal, but never try it.
  11. Try to get help, but realize you can’t afford to.
  12. Keep doing what you’re doing with your life.
  13. Repeat until dead. Depressing enough for you!

Jordan Peterson eat your fucking heart out!

Posted: Saturday, July 25th, 2020 – 1:41 AM

Capitalism: The Solution: Part I

Capitalism is the creator of all of today’s issues, it’s a wart on the ass of mankind, we cannot and should not defend it or make excuses for it. As with any problem, we need to first admit that we have one. We need a mass strike of labor, rent, mortgages, and voting among many other things quickly followed by a mass violent uprising of people which will be inevitable if we don’t solve it in traditional means, (IE voting, and peaceful protests, etc…) which grows more and more unlikely everyday.

Posted: Friday, July 17th, 2020 – 2:00 AM

Capitalism: The Great Lie

Profit Motive, being a lie just like the Tooth Fairy, Santa Clause, and God, is fabricated by the wealthy and powerful which is forced upon the population as a direct result of Capitalism resulting in aware but powerless, nefarious and powerful or blissfully ignorant people. In order to begin to the search for a better system to base our society off of, we need to admit that we are duped into believing this lie and the system that accompanies it. Innovation on a individual level is achieved through the altruistic and creative nature of human beings, and not in hopes of monetary rewards, that part is just forced upon us.

Posted: Wednesday, July 15th, 2020 – 4:20 AM

Capitalism: The Rant

“Within this culture wealth is measured by one’s ability to consume and destroy.”Derrick Jensen

Ah yes, big daddy capitalism, the best thing ever… right? A system that depends on there being a infinite amount of resources when there isn’t. A system that numbs people to the constant horror a lot of people experience on a daily basis, “Who cares! As long as it’s not me! Why should I care.” And I’ve actually heard that before, mostly from mindless drones who love capitalism’s big dick shoved up their asses everyday while they squeeze out a dull existence in a job they hate and get underpaid for. The invisible hand of the free market will fuck you and most people time and time again, and those who either benefit from it or are dumb enough to defend this immoral as shit system support it because, “It’s the best we can do.” Albeit it’s mostly right wing demagogues online who they themselves benefit from the current system, thanks to them simping for their corporate masters, thus creating a chain effect down the social hierarchy continuing the hellish cycle in which we all dwell under. But if it’s the best we can do, then we might as well stop fucking and die out.

What I’m about to say is clear weather you like it or not, the system we currently live under isn’t, and hasn’t been working for a very long time, if ever. An evermore slimming few hold more wealth than the entire working class will have ever. A lucky few hoarding billions and billions, and a good few give away a lot of that money as well, but we cannot and should not depend on the rare generosity of people to improve society while still living in a world where people don’t even have clean drinking water (something people can’t help but to need to live.) While at the same time some fat discussing redneck in Mississippi eats a giant ass steak every night for dinner resulting in them taking a fat, rock hard shit the very next morning. I recently realized, and I’m speaking as a US citizen, we are too used to excess. We’re the spoiled little shits of the world and capitalism made us that way, there’s no denying that.

If capitalism was a person he would be a fat, ugly, balding, wife beater wearing, abuser, and most of us are the ultra dependent house wife who constantly justifies why deep down he doesn’t mean what he does and he loves us, when he doesn’t, never has, never will. We then get fooled by that same abuser that constantly beats on us because he gave us an ice pack afterwards, so we think that he fixed us, when he’s the one who broke us to begin with. I’ll leave this rant at this. Fuck Capitalism, it’s a immoral pile of shit, We must face it, the end. Expect more on this topic and other topics pertaining to different political ideologies in the future.

Posted: Thursday, July 2nd, 2020 – 12:57 AM

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