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|One must still have chaos in oneself to be able to give birth to a dancing star. -Nietzsche|
February 18, 2017
We see angry, frustrated people and our initial instinct is to look upon them as fellow humans suffering from a legitimate cause. They hold signs expressing victimhood at the hands of an unfair system that oppressing them with a secret conspiracy of millions that must be overthrown. No one wants to be oppressed by conspiracies!
Then we begin to notice that almost universally, they are irresponsible, gullible, low achieving noise makers and media watchers whose lives are utterly disordered, thankfully making them highly ineffective.
The loud agitating counter-culture messages is intended to harm the majority so it can be replaced by minority uprisings. Its proponents imagine they will then be able to do anything they want and will rank relatively better since the capable will have been eliminated. In such a society, no one will judge them critically because everything will run on third-world levels like all nations populated by chaotic dopes and drones.
These revolutionaries are inextricably in debt from reckless spending on frivolous desires and fashionable junk, yet they publicly advocate against materialism and following convention. This personal approach to value is the same they demand of society.
Rejecting expertise and rationality, they propose how institutions should function, though they've never even worked a low level position at one, nor comprehend their operation. They reject rational understanding and rigor in favor of demanding magical results.
From their complaints, you gain insight into the minds of those who don't understand what is happening, don't want to, are frustrated by their ignorance, and react by introducing their negativity and hopelessness. They mock what they can't process, always bypassing discussions of substance, opposing everything because they see other jackals doing the same.
It's barely a narrative, as a narrative usually asserts several related ideas in succession towards a general theory, but the revolutionary's stance is simply to oppose every objective and proposal to prevent all healthy function.
Predictable resistance to systemic improvements isn't a thoughtful position so much as a tantrum of the deficient and feckless.
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