Fight, fight, tooth and nail (contra anthony)
BillyONare
Many in the Amarnaprism have the idea that for the sake of your integrity and sanity, you should not participate in many social pursuits such as university, a career, having a social circle of subhuman normies, etc. I am going to push back against this idea. Yes, the deck is stacked against you in society, everyone is out to get you, most things you want take 10 times as much time and effort to get because the government gets in your way, 8 billion bloodthirsty subhumans desperately want you to fail because you were born better than them, and MOG should give you a 6 million dollar eugenics grant and starving Neanderthal child bride. So I am very sympathetic to people who live a life of leisure in their mom’s basement. Let me list the reasons I have against that.

1. Having money can enhance a life of leisure and intellectual pursuits and it might not take as much time and effort as you think. Its nice to not to be stressed about money even if you have less time. Working 40 hours per week is not so bad and you will still have a decent amount of free time. It’s much more fun to play Mushihimesama after a bath in a big tub on an 85 inch TV on a nice couch with the fireplace roaring than it is on an 18 inch monitor, hearing your mom loudly walk around and the water in your dad’s bong endlessly gurgling at night. Even if you have less time to game and relax and do pleasurable things. The quality of pleasure and relaxation is much much more important than the quantity.

2. Yes, working makes you retarded and being a NEET makes you smart and gives you well-rounded knowledge about all areas of life, however this has diminishing returns. If you have already spent several years as a young man being an incel NEET, skipping class, just observing the world, philosophizing, and endlessly surfing the internet, as I have (several several years) then you already have a ton of knowledge that won’t go away when you work, grind, and toil. Life is a balance between knowledge and action, both having diminishing returns. Most on here are tilted heavily on the knowledge side, which is why we are such good and smart people, but now it is time to take action.

I will post some more even MORE IMPORTANT reasons later.
a system is failing
I have a back-and-forth in my mind about this stuff all the time with regards to music. Local scene people and artistic types are insufferable, and the whole thing is politically compromised. At the same time I can't accept being forced into being an outsider, you see how stupid talentless people are there and you know they shouldn't be able to take this stuff uncontested. Money and social millieus are horrible obstacles for people like us but they do not go away, you eventually will have to confront them and find some way of seizing them. Especially for the sake of building more favorable futures for the next generation of our kind.
Reverend Moon Immortal
(03-29-2023, 11:45 AM)BillyONare Wrote:  having a social circle of subhuman normies,  

I agree with the Sentiment of this post, Save this one Point. Is there Any actual advantage in having a Social Obligations to subhuman normie? In my daily interactions with those who I am forced into a close Proximity with I show my Civility, but I also tend to keep my distance. I don’t like losing my time to Having to do the Stupid stuff normies need you to do within their weird Social Rituals. 

Are there any Advantages that I Simply have missed and am in Ignorance of? Sure don’t be a complete Social Outcast Hermit Pariah, but hanging out with normies is less desirable then have teeth Pulled(not Hyperbole).
BillyONare
You are Right but Might need it to get a gf or job. And They might be one or two notches higher than subhuman normie. Vaguely cool or Conservative minded in some way.
anthony
Billionaire it sounds more like this thread is for yourself than me or anybody else.

And I'm not going to say that this is wrong. I live in response to my own particular circumstances.
JF_
No one needs to defend working for a living and having a normal life here. There are plenty who thrive off paraphrasing defenses of these things over and over in ebooks and selling them to parts of humanity who could never understand a fraction of what we discuss. I'm not even saying I disagree with you. After years of being a complete layabout, I would kill to be able to put on a dress shirt and pants, get in a car, and perform a shitty commute to an office high rise every day of the week. I say this without a trace of irony. But I don't come here to talk about things like that. Also: it's strange how you felt to make this thread about Anthony. Am I missing some context here?
anthony
(03-30-2023, 01:06 AM)JF_ Wrote: No one needs to defend working for a living and having a normal life here. There are plenty who thrive off paraphrasing defenses of these things over and over in shitty ebooks and selling them to parts of humanity who could never understand a fraction of what we discuss. I'm not even saying I disagree with you. After years of being a complete layabout, I would kill to be able to put on a dress shirt and pants, get in a car, and perform a shitty commute to an office high rise every day of the week. I say this without a trace of irony. But I don't come here to talk about things like that. Also: it's strange how you felt to make this thread about Anthony. Am I missing some context here?

Billionaire and I have offered somewhat opposing views on the value of work and study in different threads. Very contextual. We really agree on most things, only my framing tends to be "People care too much about stupid things" while Billionaire's is "People don't care enough about the right things". I'm more haunted by the bad work I did do. He's more haunted by the good work he didn't.
Guest
"Anthony has an important job as the owner of the modern School of Athens."
Verlion
(03-30-2023, 01:16 AM)Guest Wrote: "Anthony has an important job as the owner of the modern School of Athens."

Meds.
The_Author
All BillyONare posts are based and embody the Aryan spirit.

I have recently posted on Twitter about political strategy. Actually, in response to A System Is Failing's post somewhere on Amarna about how he hated strategy fags. A large part of political "strategy", especially for illiberal non-populist politics, is to personally succeed. Few people are motivated by pure politics to find themselves at the levers of power. But many people have striven to be there for their own personal interests, and have found coincidentally that they can wield it for political purposes.

I don't mean necessarily being the CEO of Blackrock or something grandiose, either. One has more political power as the manager of a local company, even as someone who is merely financially secure, than as a NEET.
Guest
(03-30-2023, 01:15 AM)anthony Wrote: I'm more haunted by the bad work I did do. He's more haunted by the good work he didn't.

Great post! I really like this laconic way of contrasting two perspectives.

I think this distinction is more personal than anything. There are those parochial types that tell others anyone considering participation of any sort in ZOG betrays some sense of honour, but I think any reasonable person can understand that it's ultimately up to each individual. What unites us is being unfulfilled by normie socialisation and dissatisfied by modernity (whatever aspects of it one might particularly disdain), is it not? Those that need to be publicly shamed and counter-signalled are those fundamentally incompatible, those so longhoused that they can no longer see reason and repeatedly shit out longhouse opinions. I'm not personally concerned with someone's truecel status nor whether they aspire to be a powerNEET or get a job. I do also think that, should the time be right, having more resources at your disposal with which to support a worthy Movement is a good thing--but I certainly won't shame those who choose to detach entirely from normie society. Again, some of us are so deeply disturbed by the vapidity of it that they can't tolerate any time at all amongst normies, let alone enough to rise to an elite position. Please let me know what you all think!
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