Saturday, July 22, 2017
HOW TO BECOME MORE ANTI-SOCIAL
by Mr. Mean-Spirited
The mass media would like you to think that an outgoing personality is normal; celebrity psychotherapists would like you to believe that there is something seriously wrong with you if you aren’t naturally gregarious. However, promoting extroversion is more a strategy for concentrating population into urban conglomerations, rather than anything to do with innate human psychology. In contrast, an anti-social disposition is always more authentic; an asocial bastard is always more genuine.
The liberal elitists want everyone to be extroverted – simply because a friendly person is easier to control. A sociable citizen is more easily socialized. Pleasant personalities are for peasants. Reserved personas are just a bit too rebellious.
If you want to defend your independence, then you need to become a bit more reticent. It is high time that you tried to make your temperament a bit more introverted. There are a number of steps that will make you more unsociable. Here are a few tips to make you much more timid.
Never greet anyone. There is scarcely a stranger in the world that is worth the effort of saying “hello.” Never smile to strangers, but maintain a grimace of polite disdain. If you can successfully ignore other people, then you have gained a victory over them. Other human beings are like potholes in the road of life – nuisances that you must swerve around if you want to reach your destination.
No matter what somebody might ask of you, the first word out of your mouth should always be “NO.” Trust me, no one is ever going to offer you anything of value; if someone ever asks a question of you, they are only trying to get something from you. It doesn’t matter what someone might want; you had better make that flat-out refusal obvious from the start.
If you ever have to say something to another person, make certain that the statement is negative no matter what. In a culture where the authorities want you to be always positive, you can repel annoying interlopers by asserting something intensely disagreeable. If your comment is discouraging enough, the busy-bodies might just leave you alone.
If you can’t think of anything unkind to say, then shut the fuck up. There is a reason why do-gooders exchange pleasantries – to affirm their ties to the community. If you want to cut your shackles to the community, the first thing that you must do is cuss-out the communitarians.
Never reveal anything personal about yourself. The more that strangers know about you, the more leverage they have against you. If you are in one of those odd situations in which you must say something about your past, make-up some vague generality that could apply to anyone. If you let something slip about your past, it will only be used against you. Keep your private life private.
I wish that existence didn’t have to be this way. But we live in a society where the government obliges you to have a social-security number and obligates you to pay an income tax – just so that some neighbor can live off your resources. The only way to remain an individualist is to fight back – on the everyday level. If you are born into a country where you are forced to contribute toward the welfare of other citizens, then the only way to maintain your dignity is to make those same citizens feel wretched. The reason why so many Westerners think that other taxpayers ought to contribute toward their healthcare is because other people have been too nice to them far too long.
It is about time to fight-back by being unfriendly. It is not global wars that eliminate cultures, but only through resisting the small social interactions in daily life can this tyrannical altruism ultimately be eradicated. One well-timed insult can weaken the community more than some random explosion in a shopping mall. Making other residents feel uncomfortable in the public sphere will do more to weaken bureaucratic oppression than any armed campaign.
If I have made someone feel bad, then I feel that I have accomplished something for the day. If I have hurt someone’s feelings, then I have done something of consequence. If I have destroyed someone’s faith, then I have truly achieved something. If I have made another person miserable, then I have done my civic duty, thank you.