Friday, April 29, 2016


by Mr. Mean-Spirited

Is there actually any proof that all human beings deserve respect? Where is the physical evidence that all lives have significance? Is there any real confirmation that all people are worthy of respect?

I know that the mass media has always told you human life is the most precious thing in the world, but there may not be any tangible documentation that humanity has any value whatsoever. Even though politicians have always lectured you about the importance of the mankind, but where is the verification for such an absurd claim? If an assumption cannot be substantiated, maybe the assertion simply isn’t true.

Human beings might well be worthless organisms. I would respectfully suggest that your own personal experience has already demonstrated just how insignificant people truly are – and you, my dear reader, just don’t want to accept the evidence of your own eyes. It is time you faced reality and realize just how despicable humans truly are.

You can look to your own life history. If you are honest with yourself, you will have to admit that most people treated you badly. At all the significant points in your past, you got screwed over by other people – and only a contemptible species would have done such a thing.

You can look to the world around you. Just examine the way that the human animals really interact. You ought to consider how humanity behaves in a public restroom if you still have any illusions that the species is worthy of respect. Lock your car doors and stare at the huddled masses in the inner city – you can’t honestly insist that there is any nobility in any of those creatures.

There is nothing about humanity that is worth saving.

Human life is the most overrated thing on the planet. Mankind is the most worthless thing in the universe.

Thursday, April 14, 2016


by Mr. Mean-Spirited

The most dreadful thing you could ever hear is a liberal announcing that he just wants to have a conversation. The most dreaded part of any relationship occurs at that moment when a woman insists that “we need to talk.”  

Back in the day, whenever a boss took someone outside for “a chat,” everyone knew that that the misbehaving worker was getting his ass kicked. In these politically correct times, whenever an elected official tells you the taxpayers that they need a “frank discussion” every citizen has got to realize that that he is going to be hurting by the time dignitary finishes his remarks.

Whenever a humanitarian uses the word “conversation,” the altruist doesn’t mean an honest exchanged of opinions. Instead, you will be expected to apologize and to act contrite and to say you are sorry and to ask for forgiveness. No matter the situation, whenever you are supposed to speak, you will have to do some verbal groveling.

I don’t know about you, but I ain’t going to be conversationed by some do-gooder. Just as I don’t allow a child to give me any lip, I am not about to put up with some communitarian who tries to talk down to me. If you are ever caught in a discussion, the best thing to do is keep your mouth shut. If you are every asked if you have anything to contribute, never utter a word.