Thursday, January 14, 2010

The premise of defiant defeat

I don’t really know when I gave up, it could have been when they didn’t let me study what I want or when I realized what shadowy deals really goes within the world of politics. Whenever it happened it made me into what knowledgeable people would call “Gone Galt”.

Basically I don’t care. I have no money and I am not going after any. I possess high education but use it to a very small degree, other than being an annoying blogger or when talking with others that do use their intellect. I have an experience that surpasses most, but no interest in sharing it with others. I could live a productive life, paying lots of taxes and having a high-paid job, instead I choose to wonder around the world seeking out other cultures, taking medial work that satisfies me but leaves me penniless.

Lately I’ve heard many saying things like: “Why don’t you take a job at X or Y company? You’re smart, could be manager or higher someday”. A girl I know from the time when I was active politician said the other day that she thought I would have been a parliamentarian today. Maybe I could, maybe I couldn’t, I chose to not even try. Why? Why should I? The more I earn, the more I pay in taxes. The progressiveness of taxation makes it almost impossible to get wealthy, unless you’re extremely rich, then you can use that influence and power to skip taxation completely. That’s the fairness of our system. Keep the common man down; make them think they live in an equal state while the already rich and powerful can become even wealthier and more powerful.

You see, in order to try, to actually put in the effort, you need to play the game. If you do maybe the payout will be great in one way or the other, but would you be able to look in the mirror? To play the game means that you need to lick ass, lots of them. You need to growl, make deals, and have friends in high places. Do you know what it takes to become a famous and powerful politician? Of course you don’t, hardly anyone knows. Even the ones sitting on the power refuse to acknowledge it; otherwise they would probably not be able to live with themselves. If you’re not prepared to sell your soul, Grannie and friends for 30 pieces of silver over and over again, you can never become a politician.

Once upon a time I was a member of an Agenda 21 group. The thought was that the group would work towards implementing certain UN regulations and promote a better environment. When all the rest in the group, from right to left in politics, argued for cutting down fuel emissions, I said that if anyone wants to fuel their car and drive around their house until the tank was empty and do so over and over again, then that’s that persons choice and nothing no-one should interfere with. When they said that some municipals in Sweden hadn’t yet imposed some UN decrees, I said that the UN was a club for powerful elitists where they could rub each other’s shoulders and anything coming from there should be opposed and refused. I become some kind of clown to the others. That is also part of the game, anyone saying the truth or having a difference of opinion to the mainstream are clowns or maybe a rich fascist.

But the thing that made the most impact on me was when I sat in a political body regulating and deciding over social welfare. One day they decided to send all of the politicians and bureaucrats (40 or so individuals) to a retreat in the Stockholm archipelago. We would stay at some mansion, eat, dine and have a couple of lectures on Social-Justice Laws. The cost was about SEK 15000 for each individual. I was the only one opposing this. The very same day a young girl had applied for some extra help, so it ended up on our table. This girl had lived a very harsh life, getting raped several times, and been to drug-rehab, hanged out with gangs and so on. She had recently, still only 19y old, got herself a kid and tried to turn her life around. So she applied for some extra funds to help her do so. It was not much money, I think it was SEK 4000 or something of the sort, we turned her down. I was the only one voting on her behalf.

Now, you gotto know that I was actually against giving her this money, I don’t think anyone should get any help from the government at all, so I wasn’t being a good Samaritan, but the founds are there, I couldn’t change that, the only thing I (we) could impact was where the money went.

This is politics and government in its very core, this is how they operate. Sure they hand out support and such, and that’s what they tell average-Joe’s, and that’s what the papers write, but look closely at the numbers and you’ll be horrified how much is wasted on useless projects or for politicians wellbeing.

The path I have chosen have made me totally ignorant of the law, any debts or any society regulation that we should follow. On the contrary, I smooch as much I can. If there’s a welfare check to claim, I will claim it. I take great pride in living of the state as much as possible. Every time I see a publically paid for item, like a lamp-post, a post-box or anything of the sort, I will try to destroy it, vandalize it and in other ways make it obsolete. I only buy smuggled alcohol, if I’m not in a hurry. I always drive too fast, I encourage people to break the law and since they imposed fascist regulations on the Internet I’ve started downloading as much ‘illegally’ I can. Never did before. I do this in secrecy as much as possible, of course. I’m not stupid. I know they would happily lock me up and throw away the key if given the chance.

I also try to keep count on how much I cost the Swedish people, but it is hard to calculate. I know I’ve gone past ten million which in comparison with the couple of millions the government has stolen from me in taxation is pretty much. I hope to surpass a hundred million before I die. And keep in mind, it’s not only the cost, but also the lack of income they could have stolen from me if I were to actually fulfill my full potential and try to raise productivity with my brain.

And no, I am not an anarchist, not even against the law. I’m pretty conservative actually and I possess a basic liking for both the police and the justice system. However, what we have today isn’t just, it is not created to help, support or uphold honor within our community, quite the opposite. If there’s a law and a system that is unjust and goes against all things ethical, shouldn’t we oppose it and try to bring it down?

I know many of you out there think it’s a democratic system and that people breaking the rules are outlaws, but that’s because you’ve been lied to, you’ve been indoctrinated, fooled. I also know many of you think it’s wrong to live of the system, I know because I used to be one of them, and I still think that, but I also think that our current way of life needs to be broken down, destroyed, and the best way of doing that is to make our enemies run out of money.

You see, those in charge, the enemy class, only understand the language of violence and money. My intention is to bring in as much violence I can and out as much money as possible.

In a way many of you do this without even thinking of it. And I don’t mean breaking the law, which all of us do daily, and I don’t mean living on welfare which so many of you do, no, what I mean is that most of you highly stupid drooling idiots are not working at 100%. Can you think of a single person that put his heart and soul into his work? Not many of those left.

So when media is trying to lift up opinion polls before general elections I sort of don’t care. If the lefties win they will increase taxation and some welfare checks with one or two percent, if the right wins they will instead decrease with one or two percent. The end result is about the same, there are no opposite sides in politics anymore, and they don’t want to change anything. If you think there’s a difference between parties, you should start paying attention. They all want to save the system, they all want you to vote, they all want you to be a good little citizen and they all want to regulate, control and tax you. We don’t have two or five or seven parties in our parliament, in best case scenario we have two parties with a slight difference of opinion, but mostly they could all be the same one.

I’m waiting for that moment when ordinary citizens figure out they’ve been lied to, duped and that their money goes down black holes. I’m waiting for you sheople out there to figure out how corrupt our system really is. I’m waiting for the pitch-forks and torches to come out. Until you do I will continue to live as I do and try to find a safe haven somewhere in the world.


  1. Best post I've read here so far (actually trying to read 'em all) but, as a drooling idiot, i can't be expected to understand it all.

    In ways I think I agree with you, but in other ways I am your complete opposite. I have little or no interest in our "society", I refuse to work more than I have to (never 9-5), but I cannot for the life of me understand your arguments for mooching (as I believe you called it), nor can I understand the destruction you talk about.

    Isn't it obvious that the Government would steal MORE money from you (as well as the rest of us) when you use unneccesary funds? Granted they cannot steal more than you make (well, they can try) they will continue to plunder the ones that do contribute (economically) to the society. The plundered citizens will, equally obvious, blame you and other despots for this, not the Government you try to bring down.

    If your stories about the political world are true, I actually think you could have done - and in many ways DID do - mankind a huge favor by pointing out the errors. Even though they saw you as a Clown, they too have to reflect and use their intellect from time to time. Without your critisism, who will adress those issues these days?

    In a parallel universe, maybe you'd be glad that I, a drooling, uneducated blob, appreciated this post ;-)

  2. Thank you, and yes, I too am pretty happy with this post. Not often I have the time to make the effort, work, games, porn and parties get in the way, but I do have my moments. So thank you.

    My argument behind the money-violence factor comes to government is that I know we cannot change how things work with negotiations and politics, that would be an oxymoron. And so I try my very best to crash everything, we need a revolution, peaceful hopefully, but armed one may be needed. The best way to make this happen is to bankrupt the state and make those in charge feel as afraid as possible.
    We’re not far off now; the greatest depression ever seen is coming and with it comes rebellions and great upheavals.

    Pointing out errors make you an outsider with means you will be, in the best case scenario, ignored, at worst thrown in jail, murdered or in other ways pushed aside, and no that is not a joke, that’s how the elitists work.