Author: Robert Orville Berkshire PM
Rob rants about the hypocritical views America has towards self-esteem, arrogance and self-hatred. RIDE 'EM, COWBOY! K for language.Rated: Fiction K+ - English - Words: 441 - Reviews: 2 - Published: 12-23-08 - Status: Complete - id: 2612155
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"Oh, yeah? And what about you? You think you're perfect?"
-An idiot classmate of mine
One of the things I've noticed about Americunt "civilization" is it's constant need to be hypocritical. This is especially true when it comes to self-esteem; they're all indecisive whores when it comes to stuff like this. Oh, sure, they say that you should reach for the stars, always try your best, and to not put yourself down. You should assert your opinion, you should be the best person fucking ever. Then, when you start getting a head- not a big head, even, just a fucking head- they start to bite you. Who do you think you are? You need to be put in your place! You're not perfect! You're not a saint! You're not my mother! You suck at everything you do! These idiots try to pull you down, make you feel like you're not perfect.
Of course, this wouldn't bother me were it constructive criticism. But, honestly, how many of them offer advice? 1/10, and that's generous. Whenever they do, it's very general stuff like "You're annoying." Yeah? Well, so the fuck are you!
I thought Americuntry was the place where dreams came true? With our freedom and "wonderful resources", aren't we able to exceed the sky, if we only try hard enough? What's all this cannibalistic bullshit you're pulling on me? I smell a lie!
Now, let's delve into a bit of personal philosophy, shall we? As far as I'm concerned, the individual is always God. I can't prove you exist, you can't disprove my godliness, and when I die, everything is suddenly gone, so I must be fucking God, an entity amongst nothing, right? Doesn't matter- until you can prove something outside of my mind exists, I'm right, anyways. Everything one does and says is always in the right- but only if it's what they believe in. You've got to to stick to your principles, fight for what you, personally, think is right, and not let a bunch of "morale" looters kick you down. Of course, the mind is always the uke in the "soul" debate, with the heart- a thing I believe does not exist, in the metaphysicial sense- always being on top, so this philosophy is rendere duseless by these monstrosities.
The next time you think of criticisizing someone who just pointed out your own hypicritical fallacies, consider how stupid you're about to make yourself look; I know appearances are all you care about, anyways.