by Mr. Mean-Spirited
As paradoxical as it might sound, hatred is absolutely necessary in order to restore a sort of cosmic harmony.
The Book of Ecclesiastes says that there is “a time to love, and a time to hate” – and that certainly sounds balanced and unbiased enough. Yet love and kindness have been shoved down your throat since childhood – so where was that emotional evenhandedness promised by the Bible? Where is that parity that we were always pledged? If you ever have had sensitivity training forced upon you, then you are going to want to hear the other side. I just want to return to that primordial equilibrium – all that I ask is for you to acknowledge and accept that other essential and indispensable human feeling: hate.
All those positive sentiments don’t mean anything unless you are free to express an equal amount of negativity. While it is true that pure hatred can be detrimental, love that is not tempered with loathing will be just as destructive. More souls have been rotted away by affection than by animosity.
Other people on this planet will bather about love and compassion - there is no way of stopping this sort of bluster. There will always be liberals trying to inflict their empathy upon you – try as you might, humanitarians can’t entirely be eradicated. Your role is of a higher order. Your task, then, is simply to respond with utter loathing to anything proposed by do-gooders in order to restore this cosmic symmetry. Your mission is to balance all that societal benevolence with private disdain.
The very stability of the heavens depends on your ability to hate in an increasingly altruistic culture. You must always respond with spite no matter the social cost. You must loathe humanity no matter the communal consequences. Your only duty is to make bleeding hearts do more bleeding.
Hatred is a noble calling. Hostility is the only counterbalance to conformity. And in these politically correct times, there is nothing that takes more courage than to hate.
Sure, a man who is negative all the time might well have some mental illness. But, by the very same token, a person who is incessantly positive is just as disturbed. The only balanced solution is to hate just as much as you love. Because society will remain interminably optimistic, you don’t need to do all that much encouraging in this world – that has already been completed for you, and all you need to do is to buy a greeting card. But you truly need to make up for deficiencies in the hateful side of things – so it is time to clench your fists and get to work.