a working man deserves a state mandated gf

a working man deserves a state mandated gf

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  1. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    She'd better be a progressive loose feminist vegan atheist who is willing to do her fair share in a relationship though and isn't judgemental towards non traditional men though. If state mandated gf is just some trad b***h, its not worth it

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      liberal gays (male or female) get nothing

  2. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    When I become supreme leader, every man will get one. After the bi-yearly (every two years) personality test assesses your state of mind, capacity for productivity, loyalty, genetics and potential for cooperativity, once you graduate mandatory education/workplace training/hierarchical determination, you will be given an opposite sex partner of whom you are expected to marry and form a union of necessity with in order to gain financial stability, productivity to the state and the bearing of children. If you are both unhappy with the arrangement, you can apply for separation after at least 3 years of the relationship.
    Don't worry, this system is meant to provide you the most ideal lady. Hope this helps.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Every man doesn't need one. Despite what the blackpill has led you to believe, most men don't have any issues meeting women.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        people don't know what's good for them, he is closer to right direction

  3. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    >I want the state to solve my problems for me while forcing another to do something against their will

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      yeah, what'z your point

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      >if you contribute to society and the economy you reproduce
      >if you don't contribute to society or the economy you don't reproduce
      I see no problem with this.

  4. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    >a man deserves a state mandated gf
    FTFY

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      no that's stupid y'all need to do your part

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        I dont see why I should. I have come to the conclusion that morality and values are just tools for the state to control me, and have no basis in reality. (I will be using the term morality as an all encompassing word for things that surround it, such as ideas of good and bad, values such as loyalty, trust, etc.)
        First I will prove that morality is a construct of the human mind and not something that exists in the universe. Imagine, if you will, that all humans suddenly disappear from the earth. Morality as a concept disappears with it too, because there is nothing left for it to apply to. If one would want to argue that morality still exists, then they would have to argue that morality can apply to animals or objects, which is stupid. Therefore, morality is not a thing that exists in the universe.
        So where does it originate? In the humans mind. Think about it, it has to. And when its creators get destroyed, so too does it get destroyed.
        And the simple man will say:
        >but without morality, man could not have come so far as he has today! he could not have built the great cities that he has today! if humanity all disappeared, the evidence of moralitys existence would still remain by the empty cities, vestiges of morality!
        And to them I say, you lot confuse the results of an idea as being that idea itself. The buildings and great cities that would be left are merely the results of morality, and so morality still exists only in the human mind. And like all things that exist in the human mind, it is only an idea, an opinion, something that should be regarded with no more reverence than the dribble that comes out of the mouths of crackheads.
        Part One. Perhaps this should be its own thread, but oh well.

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          Continued
          And the simple man will say:
          >but surely, even if morality is only an idea and not something that truly exists in the universe, it is still a useful idea. even if the vestiges of morality isnt morality itself, those vestiges could not have been produced without morality, and so they show its value!
          And to them I say, you lot dont see how morality produced its vestiges; which was by using it to control the masses.
          Second I will prove that morality is a tool to control the masses. Ask yourself: why is it that what the state gives as examples of values that good are values that benefit the state, while what the state gives as examples of values that are bad are ones that benefit the individual?
          The loyal man risks his life to (supposedly) defend his country in times of war, while the unloyal man, lives on to see another day.
          Above the first example is a sign that says:
          >be like this man! serve us, even if what we care about has no effect on you one way or another! arent you loyal to your country? this is a good man.
          Meanwhile the second example has a sign that says:
          >this man is a cancer on our country! he is the cause of our collective suffering, a traitor! this is a bad man.
          This is the states narrative, but what I see rather is a bug, happy to follow orders and blindly obey, and an individualist, a man who follows his own path, who wont be swayed by the powers that be.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            Continued.
            The hardworking, honest man spends a third of his life working, while the lazy, deceitful man spends his time as he pleases.
            Above the first example is a sign that says:
            >be like this man, who gives back all that we have given him, who does his part honestly and fairly. this is a good man.
            Meanwhile the second example has a sign that says:
            >look at this lazy slob! this man takes ungratefully and gives nothing in return, or who gives for his own benefit. this is a bad man.
            This is the states narrative, but what I ask is this: What has the state really given me? Why should I feel in debt to them? I am unhappy, I have no memories, no friends, no partner; am I not deserving of happiness, and isnt the state, my supposed guardian, responsible for providing happiness? And the first man does not ask this question; he blindly follows and does what is expected of him, believing himself to be in the right. Meanwhile the second man has had the same thoughts Ive had.
            And the simple man will say:
            >but do you not feel proud of your nation, for what it has accomplished? do you not feel loyalty towards anyone?
            And finally I will prove why aligning with groups based on nationality, ethnicity, race, sexual orientation, blood, and species is meaningless. Why should I feel proud of my nation, what it has accomplished? I never took part in building it up, I was never there for the what they say are the great things that it did; why should i be proud of something I took no part in? Likewise, why should any man be proud that he is white, or black, or German, or Yoruba, or israeli, or gay? These things are all down to random chance, why should he be proud of something that amounts to no more than the role of a dice?
            And the same goes for family. Why should I be loyal to my family? It is again by the role of a dice that I was born into them, so what obligation do I have to them.

            jeez buddy no wonder u need a state mandated gf ur fricking insufferable

            Low intelligence reply.

            [...]
            Good day good sir!
            I find your thought process to be REMARKABLE! Could you please elaborate on the state of peepeepoopoo?

            Thank you, Im not done.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            And the same goes for all of humanity!
            The simple man will say:
            >do you not care about the future, for your children, or you friends children, or you remaining family?
            And I say to them, I have none of those that I care about, so no, I dont care.
            And the simple man will say:
            >if not for the future of loved ones, do you not care about the future of humanity?
            And I will say: No, I do not. It is, once again, random chance that I was born into this species. Why should I care about the future of humanity when I had about an equal chance of being born as a dog, or a beetle, or a chicken? Why would align myself with a group that I was assigned to by random chance?
            My message is this: do not align yourself with others. Alignment is based on one of two things, or perhaps both:
            >matters of random chance
            >shared values
            As I have already proven, values are meaningless, and aligning with others based on random chance is moronic. Be loyal to your family not because they are your family, but rather because they serve you, and if they do not, cast them aside.
            The only value that is of any value (heh) is the one that states that you are the only thing that matters, and that you should only align yourself with others based on what they can provide for (You)! That is all.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            actually you had a 100% chance of being born a human. Women don't give birth to dogs, beetles, or chickens. What the frick planet are you on dude?

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            No, it was random chance that I happened to be the combination of a sperm of a human and an egg of a human. I couldve been the combination of a a sperm of a wiener and an egg of a hen.

            >It is a common tactic of the state to mock any views that go against it as childish, immature, edgy, autistic.
            >They do this because they fear us
            >they fear people like me
            Aight skitzo, time for your israelite pills

            Moo for me cow, go ahead. Dont be late to your daily, state mandated milking.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            >Dont be late to your daily, state mandated milking.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            you got it backwards. "I" is a story the wombfruit of your mother is telling about itself. You are exactly what you are and you couldn't have been anything else. You aren't separate from your body and your origin.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            This entire belief system has taken me a while to work out. I cant give a proper response to your reply now, Ill have to think about it. This will probably be another several week long process.
            Thank you.

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          jeez buddy no wonder u need a state mandated gf ur fricking insufferable

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          Continued
          And the simple man will say:
          >but surely, even if morality is only an idea and not something that truly exists in the universe, it is still a useful idea. even if the vestiges of morality isnt morality itself, those vestiges could not have been produced without morality, and so they show its value!
          And to them I say, you lot dont see how morality produced its vestiges; which was by using it to control the masses.
          Second I will prove that morality is a tool to control the masses. Ask yourself: why is it that what the state gives as examples of values that good are values that benefit the state, while what the state gives as examples of values that are bad are ones that benefit the individual?
          The loyal man risks his life to (supposedly) defend his country in times of war, while the unloyal man, lives on to see another day.
          Above the first example is a sign that says:
          >be like this man! serve us, even if what we care about has no effect on you one way or another! arent you loyal to your country? this is a good man.
          Meanwhile the second example has a sign that says:
          >this man is a cancer on our country! he is the cause of our collective suffering, a traitor! this is a bad man.
          This is the states narrative, but what I see rather is a bug, happy to follow orders and blindly obey, and an individualist, a man who follows his own path, who wont be swayed by the powers that be.

          Good day good sir!
          I find your thought process to be REMARKABLE! Could you please elaborate on the state of peepeepoopoo?

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          Continued
          And the simple man will say:
          >but surely, even if morality is only an idea and not something that truly exists in the universe, it is still a useful idea. even if the vestiges of morality isnt morality itself, those vestiges could not have been produced without morality, and so they show its value!
          And to them I say, you lot dont see how morality produced its vestiges; which was by using it to control the masses.
          Second I will prove that morality is a tool to control the masses. Ask yourself: why is it that what the state gives as examples of values that good are values that benefit the state, while what the state gives as examples of values that are bad are ones that benefit the individual?
          The loyal man risks his life to (supposedly) defend his country in times of war, while the unloyal man, lives on to see another day.
          Above the first example is a sign that says:
          >be like this man! serve us, even if what we care about has no effect on you one way or another! arent you loyal to your country? this is a good man.
          Meanwhile the second example has a sign that says:
          >this man is a cancer on our country! he is the cause of our collective suffering, a traitor! this is a bad man.
          This is the states narrative, but what I see rather is a bug, happy to follow orders and blindly obey, and an individualist, a man who follows his own path, who wont be swayed by the powers that be.

          Continued.
          The hardworking, honest man spends a third of his life working, while the lazy, deceitful man spends his time as he pleases.
          Above the first example is a sign that says:
          >be like this man, who gives back all that we have given him, who does his part honestly and fairly. this is a good man.
          Meanwhile the second example has a sign that says:
          >look at this lazy slob! this man takes ungratefully and gives nothing in return, or who gives for his own benefit. this is a bad man.
          This is the states narrative, but what I ask is this: What has the state really given me? Why should I feel in debt to them? I am unhappy, I have no memories, no friends, no partner; am I not deserving of happiness, and isnt the state, my supposed guardian, responsible for providing happiness? And the first man does not ask this question; he blindly follows and does what is expected of him, believing himself to be in the right. Meanwhile the second man has had the same thoughts Ive had.
          And the simple man will say:
          >but do you not feel proud of your nation, for what it has accomplished? do you not feel loyalty towards anyone?
          And finally I will prove why aligning with groups based on nationality, ethnicity, race, sexual orientation, blood, and species is meaningless. Why should I feel proud of my nation, what it has accomplished? I never took part in building it up, I was never there for the what they say are the great things that it did; why should i be proud of something I took no part in? Likewise, why should any man be proud that he is white, or black, or German, or Yoruba, or israeli, or gay? These things are all down to random chance, why should he be proud of something that amounts to no more than the role of a dice?
          And the same goes for family. Why should I be loyal to my family? It is again by the role of a dice that I was born into them, so what obligation do I have to them.
          [...]
          Low intelligence reply.
          [...]
          Thank you, Im not done.

          >picrel
          >oregano commentorino

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            Sure, mock me, I find it funny. You are an agent of the state and completely unaware of it. The state has been so successful in implanting the idiotology of morality and values into people that the people unknowingly become agents of the state themselves, spewing out what they push.
            It is a common tactic of the state to mock any views that go against it as childish, immature, edgy, autistic. They do this because they fear us, they fear people like me, who can think for themselves and uncover the reality of things.
            One of the ways that the state implements its tactics are by brainwashing the people into doing it for them. You are a victim of this. You are so into their ideology that you fail to see that you are being controlled. They take advantage of social pressure and the need to conform by spewing their messages in the media. The people then adopt these messages because of their need for social cohesion, and then the process begins again where people spread these messages themselves, pressuring people like me to conform.
            I pity you, you are unaware of how little they really value you. You are like cattle to them.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            >It is a common tactic of the state to mock any views that go against it as childish, immature, edgy, autistic.
            >They do this because they fear us
            >they fear people like me
            Aight skitzo, time for your israelite pills

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          why is this a bit attractive. was a good read too

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            Im really glad that at least someone enjoyed my thoughts. It feels very nice to have someone do something other than mock them. I dont know why it would be attractive, but I thank you.
            Thank you.
            Thank you really.

  5. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    i'd settle for the government just turning a blind eye to working guys doing the bride-napping thing like from that old vice documentary
    >see a girl you like
    >you and the boys pull up with a van
    >take her to your mother's house
    >keep her there while your mother and other female family members convince her to marry you
    >send her father a goat

  6. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    what i need... is more beer

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      So I get home at five o'clock and I take myself out a nice, cold beer
      Always seem to be wond'rin' why there's nothin' goin' down here

  7. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Suit Pepe finally posting W's again. It had been a while.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      i've never been wrong about anything

  8. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Well, they call me the working man
    I guess that's what I am

  9. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    I wouldn't go quite that far, but he deserves a society that at least guarantees a reasonable chance of getting a virgin wife

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