Wednesday, May 22, 2013


by Mr. Mean-Spirited

The desire for vengeance is the most noble emotion that can be experienced by the human soul. Revenge shows that you have resisted; revenge shows that you have refused to give-in; revenge shows that you have rejected the easy life of doing what you are told. Retribution demonstrates that you are still a free man.

1. Revenge is the purpose of life. There is no more noble life than devoting the rest of your existence to getting even. No matter how long ago you might have been slighted, you must devote the rest of you time on earth to getting revenge. There is no greater goal in life than vengeance. Retaliation is the only thing that makes you human.

2. Never forgive, never forget. Never dismiss, never disregard. Keep a record of each time you were unjustly treated; keep a chronicle of every suffering; keep a register of all the insults you have endured. The sheer number of affronts will quickly prove that your mistreatment is not a matter of bad luck, but that you have been subjected to a deliberate and designed pattern of torment. Once you realize the extent of everything you have had to withstand, you will recognize the necessity of plotting reprisal.

The bigger man does not forgive; instead, the bigger man does the better revenge.  The enlightened soul does not forgive; instead, he is remembered for the enormity of his retaliation.  The wise man ain’t no wuss.

3. Revenge is necessary for mental healing. No matter if you were victimized in childhood, the only way you are going to psychologically recover is to get even. No matter how many years ago you might have been abused, you must plot retribution. Never listen to those who tell you to forget: forgiveness is just the final stage of victimization; to "move on" is to give your oppressors their ultimate victory over you. In contrast, psychological healing is going to involve getting even with your enemies. A campaign of revenge is the only way that you are ever going to recuperate from being wronged. Vengeance is the only true closure.

4. Forgiveness is sick. A person who just wants to forget and go on with life is a wounded personality. There is nothing more evil than to just "get over it." There are certain people who abused over and over again in life, and it is precisely these mentalities that leave themselves open to the same pattern of victimization by forgiving and "moving on" with life.

You are not defeated by losing a fight; you are only overpowered when you have forgiven your enemies. The ultimate stage of subjugation is "turning the other cheek." The desire for revenge is the only sign that you still have some fight left in you.

5. The hypocrites who tell you to forgive are the same type of people who wronged you in the first place. When these do-gooders instruct you to turn the other cheek, they are merely trying to victimize you yet again. The same people who were on the student council throughout your school days are now the same characters who now tell you to forgive—and they still have that same smirk. People who insist on forgiveness have a covert agenda; their very lifestyle depends on you keeping quiet. The ruling class doesn't want anyone to "rock the boat" and upset their prosperity; after all, they got their plenty by taking advantage of people like you in their first place. The establishment has a vested interest in having you "turn the other cheek." The authority figures who now insist that you "put it behind you" are the very same types that wronged you in the first place. Society is always on the side of those who have harmed you; those sanctimonious moralists weren't ever around when you were being victimized.

6. It doesn't matter who you get even with; the important thing is the act of revenge. It doesn’t matter if you get revenge against the actual person who might have wronged you—what is important is just that you seek retaliation. It doesn’t matter if you extract vengeance upon a substitute target—there important thing is that you are seeking to put things right. What is vital is that you toss the boot into the machine; it doesn't matter who might be pushing the buttons at the moment. When you have been harmed, there are no innocent by-standers. Don't waste your time trying to track down the exact perpetrators who might have harmed you; the only important thing is that you discharge your retaliation upon a convenient target. When you extract vengeance, you get even with a class of people; you settle scores with the system that permitted this to happen. The establishment was not there for you when you were hurt in the first place; hence, you only put things right by working vengeance upon the institutions that callously failed you.

7. Revenge should be judged on the basis of ingenuity. The final target of a plan of retribution is not of such importance as the sheer cunning of the scheme. The more ornate the vindictiveness, the more potent the vengeance. Malevolence, not the target of opportunity, is what ultimately puts things right for the aggrieved. You will want to crush your oppressors with awesome retaliation.

8. Making them suffer is only fair. If it is considered admirable and just to "give something back" to the community when you are successful, then it must also be good to give something back to society when you suffer. If it is right to make others happy when you are happy, it must also be righteous to make others hurt when you are hurting. It is only proper that you make others feel pain when you are in pain. Making them suffer is copacetic.

9. Vengeance restores the celestial balance. Revenge ultimately resumes a basic cosmic harmony; when you have been wronged, the cosmos waits for you to restore the divine equilibrium by getting even. When you have been harmed by society, the universe itself goes out-of-kilter; only your act of retaliation can recover the primordial order. Vengeance, then, is ultimately a spiritual act. Retribution always brings something of the pagan back into modern civilization.

You need to realize that "turning the other cheek" does not make you a Christian; mercy only makes you a wimp. Spite is the mark of moral fortitude. In this cowardly age, vindictiveness is the surest sign of a man with backbone. Vengeance is the sign of the personal determination. A man proves his mettle by getting even. An individual with grit and pluck settles accounts. A man without spite is a man with substance.

The seeker of revenge always appear to outsiders as a figure of mystery. Society will never approve of your campaign of retribution, and the mundane taxpayers will always be incomprehending, but the vengeful individual will be surrounded by a curious sort of psychic energy. Vengeance does beguile all. There is no more potent force in the universe than the desire for retribution.

Revenge is the only thing that gives meaning to this reality. Retribution presents you purpose for this existence. Vengeance is the ultimate objective of life.

A real man does what he has to do. Vengeance is yours.

Tuesday, May 21, 2013


by Mr. Mean-Spirited

If you don't yet despise your fellow man, just observe someone eating. If you don't yet loathe the human species, take a look at that speck of food beneath his lip. If you want to hate the entire human race, just watch another person eat an ear of corn. No one will ever again call himself a humanitarian after watching the people fill their plates in a Las Vegas buffet. Once you've listened to the noise that a senior citizen makes when he finishes a bowl of soup, you won't ever want to hear anything else that comes out of the mouth. No one can remain an idealist after being forced to witness an old man consume pudding.

Sunday, May 12, 2013


by Mr. Mean-Spirited

Philanthropy is just about the cruelest thing that the rich can do to the poor. The ruling class would have you believe that philanthropy involves donations to organizations claiming to eliminate societal misery, but closer examination of the practice indicates that philanthropy actually perpetuates the very same social misfortunes that it is supposed to eradicate. Although corporate generosity is supposedly done for the benefit of the general public, such philanthropy is actually a technique to keep the average American living in a state of financial servitude. Like a zookeeper with a treat in one hand, philanthropic giving is merely a con that the ruling elite plays upon a poor creature. Consider philanthropy as a sort of predatory generosity.

1: Philanthropy is all about celebrities. Philanthropy is not about the quantity of money that is supposedly donated, as much as an issue of who is doing the giving. While an ordinary citizen might offer a couple dollars to a homeless man for a meal, that action never seems to constitute philanthropy, but when John D. Rockefeller flung a dime into the hand of an impoverished child, then that is not only a philanthropic act—but also a photographic image to be eternally celebrated in mass media. Since the actual dollar amount that ever reaches the impoverished recipient is often astonishingly insignificant, it cannot be the exact sum of money that defines an act of philanthropy. Rather, the fact that the cash comes from the super rich is what transforms the pittance into a pretty, philanthropic penny. Charity is part of the posh lifestyle that transforms a person into a celebrity. It's always been fashionable for every well-bred gentleman to have a cause. Philanthropy is not something you can do; instead, philanthropy is something done to you. Philanthropy is nothing than an ordinary person can attempt—philanthropy is always done by your betters.

2: Philanthropy is a scheme to gain publicity. Just as the notion of a Rockefeller handing out coins was crafted and created by a public-relations executive—all so-called philanthropic acts are really done just for the good press. The philanthropist always waits for a video camera before his handlers tell him to begin giving. It is only when a member of the ruling clique gets caught in some extremely unethical business activity (like, say, Rockefeller crushing his competition) does the "robber baron" finally begin a calculated campaign of philanthropy. When a member of the upper crust is truly desperate to hide his sleazy practices, philanthropy will be directed toward something photogenic like child-welfare. A philanthropic act does wonders to draw media attention away from some impending scandal.

3: Philanthropic acts are really scams to gain a tax write-off. When some fast-food chain offers to give a percentage of the sale of every greasy burger to some benevolent agency—to a non-profit organization having some involvement with children, of course—the multinational corporation will use that supposed donation as a tax dodge. Strangely enough, instead of actually reducing a corporation’s net wealth by the total amount of money given away, the charitable giving always seems to end-up improving the company’s bottom line—because the sum is designed to manipulate the numbers on the tax return, rather than to help-out some unfortunates. Somehow the smug philanthropist always knows how to manipulate the tax code to his benefit.

4: Philanthropy is trick to raise prices. If a company really wanted to do something to benefit mankind, then the business would lower the price of the Wankerburger by the amount of the supposed contribution and allow each customer to make an individual decision about donation. Instead, philanthropy gives the corporation an excuse to raise prices; no customer can then legitimately question these higher charges because the extra money supposedly goes to such a good cause. Philanthropy is just an excuse that businesses use to charge you more.

Bill Gates, the founder of Microsoft, serves as the poster boy of the scam of using philanthropy as a pretense to increase the price of merchandise. Surely if Mr. Gates were really all that concerned about helping the impoverished, he would begin by lowering the price of his software; obviously, if Bill Gates were truly that interested in giving away his billions, he would not be charging so much for his commercial products in the first place. If Andrew Carnegie actually wanted to benefit humanity, it would have been far more efficient if he hadn't destroyed his competition in the steel industry at the beginning. If a company really were all that interested in doing "good," then surely it would have had better business practices from the start; instead, sham philanthropy is used to crush competition just as much as creating a monopoly. Philanthropy takes the element of choice from the consumer, and gives the business owner the privilege of making the decision about who gets the bounty.

5. Philanthropy is designed to perpetuate the financial dominance of particular families. Philanthropic acts are never about putting more money in the pockets of the average shopper; instead, all philanthropy does is to maintain control of financial resources by the same ruling elite. Philanthropy is all about preserving the control of wealth. Curiously enough, the super rich never just give away money—that would be too easy; instead, the ruling elite creates giant tax-exempt foundations in order to administer their supposed largess. When Rockefeller finally got tired of handing out coinage to ungrateful urchins, the family set up a foundation that, even to this very day, still dispenses the charitable handouts of this particular bloodline. 

Somehow these charities never give away all of their assets and just disappear; in contrast, their agenda involves creating some permanent entity, a legal trust that dispenses a mere trickle of the interest as a cover for its other activities. These charitable foundations are the tools that the wealthy insiders use to perpetuate their control over a share of the gross domestic product. The tax-free entities become a means to perpetuate the financial domination over the complacent, consuming public. Philanthropy is just a sneaky way for a few fortunate genetic lines to maintain eternal, everlasting control over their ill-gotten gains. Charities are the ultimate expression of corporate control of the general public.

Even after philanthropists have donated billions, not one social problem has ever been fixed. Even after all that money was supposedly given away, there is more misery than ever. Wherever philanthropists have been at work, there is always more deprivation than when they started. Philanthropists institutionalize suffering.

With philanthropists loose on the streets, you don’t need pickpockets. Beware of rich men bearing gifts.


by Mr. Mean-Spirited

Hey, liberal, you can't even wipe your ass clean, but you think that you're smart enough to make society better. You can't even remove all the dried feces from your asshole, yet you imagine that you're going to make some contribution to society. You fancy that you're going to feed the hungry, yet you eat so much that you still have kernels of corn in your turd. There are shit stains on your underwear, yet you convinced that you're skilled enough to eradicate suffering. Just because you've got blood spots on your soiled toilet paper does not make you an altruist. You don't even wash your hands after you defecate, yet you believe that you're qualified to reach-out to others. Keep your own anus immaculate before you try to make the world spic and span.