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Postby innovatorsclub » Sun Apr 28, 2013 11:17 pm

America is sooooooooooo freakin overrated ..especially the bitches on the west coast..Kardashians, songs like "california girls , the by that dingbat singer , the bachelor etc have polutted their heads
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Postby Bane » Mon Apr 29, 2013 12:01 am

lovelybunny wrote: WHY are Americans this way


Warning, there will be a tendency to ramble and rant ahead:


It's really all about the American culture. You have a perfect storm of hyper capitalism, coupled with a puritanical, protestant belief system about working and living life. These conspire together to create the misery and soul crushing experience that is the modern American workplace.

I keep thinking about why countries who are so poor are reported to be happier with their lives overall than Americans are. I think the reason is quite simple. People in other countries are happier with less, and don't feel the need to slave away at a job they hate simply because they will be able to acquire more "stuff." It seems that the holy grail of American life is to work until you are near death, so that you can get more "stuff." By always wanting more, more, more and never being happy or thankful for the important things one already has, this creates the cycle of misery that Americans suffer through, because most of them think that there is no other way to live life. People in these foreign countries know the secret: Don't be wanting so much, and be thankful for the important things, like family, friends, and good experiences.

This desire for more, the constant yearning for the "bigger, better deal," is a direct result of out of control Materialism and Narcissism. These are the ultimate expressions of social darwinism in action. America is obsessed with competing. This obsession encourages everyone to compete and win at all costs, step all over each other, and crush your friends and competitors just to gain an extra buck or two. It rests on the belief that if you are not growing, you are shrinking, and if you are not enjoying competing to be the best, then you going to end up one of the worst. The dog eat dog nature of the American belief system has even extended into other areas of life, such as dating and friendships. Women are thinking like materialists in the dating market, always looking for the "bigger better deal" when it comes to men. No matter how "alpha" or bad boy a man is, if she sees someone who is even slightly more "alpha," she will dump the first guy and go with the "bigger, better deal." Friendships between same sexes are like this, too. Who you choose to include in your social circle has now become an issue of "what can you do for me?" rather than, "Are you a genuine, cool person?" Men, who should be joining together as brothers, are instead constantly trying to one up one another, putting each other down and stepping all over one another in hopes of being the one to gain access to the almighty p***y, or being the one to score the most resources, or "stuff." This is what happens when you make materialism and the worship of "stuff" as your state religion, like America has.

America is a GREAT place to live....... as long as you possess some kind of special ability, gift, or talent. If you are a world class athlete, a superior actor on television, or if you have the business acumen to become a CEO, then America will be very good to you. However, if you are an "average guy" who doesn't possess those extraordinary talents, America can and will be a downright cruel place to live your life. America rewards those who have talent, which is good, but it utterly sh**s on those who don't live up to those expectations, and that is a big problem. Not everyone has the ability or the talent to be a leader, or to be "the best at everything." Certainly America does not. For all its' boasting about it being #1, the only things it has managed to be #1 at nowadays are obesity and incarceration rates. Great job, America. You really are a great example for the rest of the world.

Anyway, rant over.
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Postby Cornfed » Mon Apr 29, 2013 12:09 am

Bane wrote:America is a GREAT place to live....... as long as you possess some kind of special ability, gift, or talent. If you are a world class athlete, a superior actor on television, or if you have the business acumen to become a CEO, then America will be very good to you. However, if you are an "average guy" who doesn't possess those extraordinary talents, America can and will be a downright cruel place to live your life. America rewards those who have talent

The main talent that Amerika rewards is the ability to pick the right parents. Being a CEO is not about business acumen any more, but about using family connections to loot the system.
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Postby Bane » Mon Apr 29, 2013 12:14 am

Cornfed wrote:
Bane wrote:America is a GREAT place to live....... as long as you possess some kind of special ability, gift, or talent. If you are a world class athlete, a superior actor on television, or if you have the business acumen to become a CEO, then America will be very good to you. However, if you are an "average guy" who doesn't possess those extraordinary talents, America can and will be a downright cruel place to live your life. America rewards those who have talent

The main talent that Amerika rewards is the ability to pick the right parents. Being a CEO is not about business acumen any more, but about using family connections to loot the system.


You are right.

I find the same thing happening in schools like the Ivy Leagues. Getting into those schools is not really about being smart anymore, it's about who you know and how big your pocketbook is.

George Bush went to Yale, after all...
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Postby Moretorque » Mon Apr 29, 2013 12:31 am

When I was born in 1965 we used to make all our stuff and export to the world, that has been totally flipped around and our lives have no productive meaning anymore on the job. This will make you aggitated to say the least being on the job clawing to pay your bills but yett producing nothing of value for the world community.

Welcome to the cluster fu ck of communism, this has all been done on purpose by our ruler's.

Then facter in the fact a recent poll found 84% of woman wanted to be stay at home moms and you have most of your answer.
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Postby eurobrat » Mon Apr 29, 2013 12:32 am

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Postby Moretorque » Mon Apr 29, 2013 12:48 am

i don't know where I found it, just ask'em you will see the #'s yourself.
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Postby Moretorque » Mon Apr 29, 2013 12:52 am

Nobody please call this capitalism, there is no more private property here in the US anymore.

Welcome to communism.
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Postby lovelybunny » Wed May 01, 2013 1:53 am

innovatorsclub wrote:Arrogant , ignorant and insecure. they don't understand the concept of "pick your battles" and they can't emphathize with those who have far less. They also don't understand what the word " deserving" means. seriously they materialistic debt slaves have no clue


But what part of American society causes this sick behaviour? I can't put my finger on it. Why? Is it because in the US, hittign rockbottom's easy and money is everything, along with poor job security, so they go crazy?
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Postby lovelybunny » Wed May 01, 2013 2:10 am

Bane wrote:
lovelybunny wrote: WHY are Americans this way


Warning, there will be a tendency to ramble and rant ahead:


It's really all about the American culture. You have a perfect storm of hyper capitalism, coupled with a puritanical, protestant belief system about working and living life. These conspire together to create the misery and soul crushing experience that is the modern American workplace.

I keep thinking about why countries who are so poor are reported to be happier with their lives overall than Americans are. I think the reason is quite simple. People in other countries are happier with less, and don't feel the need to slave away at a job they hate simply because they will be able to acquire more "stuff." It seems that the holy grail of American life is to work until you are near death, so that you can get more "stuff." By always wanting more, more, more and never being happy or thankful for the important things one already has, this creates the cycle of misery that Americans suffer through, because most of them think that there is no other way to live life. People in these foreign countries know the secret: Don't be wanting so much, and be thankful for the important things, like family, friends, and good experiences.

This desire for more, the constant yearning for the "bigger, better deal," is a direct result of out of control Materialism and Narcissism. These are the ultimate expressions of social darwinism in action. America is obsessed with competing. This obsession encourages everyone to compete and win at all costs, step all over each other, and crush your friends and competitors just to gain an extra buck or two. It rests on the belief that if you are not growing, you are shrinking, and if you are not enjoying competing to be the best, then you going to end up one of the worst. The dog eat dog nature of the American belief system has even extended into other areas of life, such as dating and friendships. Women are thinking like materialists in the dating market, always looking for the "bigger better deal" when it comes to men. No matter how "alpha" or bad boy a man is, if she sees someone who is even slightly more "alpha," she will dump the first guy and go with the "bigger, better deal." Friendships between same sexes are like this, too. Who you choose to include in your social circle has now become an issue of "what can you do for me?" rather than, "Are you a genuine, cool person?" Men, who should be joining together as brothers, are instead constantly trying to one up one another, putting each other down and stepping all over one another in hopes of being the one to gain access to the almighty p***y, or being the one to score the most resources, or "stuff." This is what happens when you make materialism and the worship of "stuff" as your state religion, like America has.

America is a GREAT place to live....... as long as you possess some kind of special ability, gift, or talent. If you are a world class athlete, a superior actor on television, or if you have the business acumen to become a CEO, then America will be very good to you. However, if you are an "average guy" who doesn't possess those extraordinary talents, America can and will be a downright cruel place to live your life. America rewards those who have talent, which is good, but it utterly sh**s on those who don't live up to those expectations, and that is a big problem. Not everyone has the ability or the talent to be a leader, or to be "the best at everything." Certainly America does not. For all its' boasting about it being #1, the only things it has managed to be #1 at nowadays are obesity and incarceration rates. Great job, America. You really are a great example for the rest of the world.

Anyway, rant over.


So then are all these American workers just unhappy and angy cuz they can't live the American Dream(if it xists) so they take it out on innocent ppl at work? Money and fame and all the wrogn thigns are valued in the US.
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Postby Adama » Fri May 03, 2013 8:30 am

Because they are unhappy with their lives and someone has to pay.

If you have anything they desire whatsoever, you must be destroyed. It doesnt matter what it is. Simple little things that dont occur to you because you are a whole person actually agitate the most insecure people, especially women.

For example. In my line of work, I was known for getting done early. I can do what my coworkers would do in almost half the time. They would all insist that I was skipping or skimping on something or someone; that I was cutting corners or lying or fudging.

No. The difference was, with them, they would stop to gab about everything from the weather to their best friend's blah blah blah. I would focus on the job and getting it done with. Then I knew I could have my "me" time to myself. Rather than gabbing it up and finishing late and having to rush at the end.

Because I would finish early, they all started to watch me and look for errors. When they couldnt find any, they made some.

That is how women operate.

I have never worked among Europeans or EU women. I dont know if they are different.

I do know that American women are completely worthless for anything except for trying to ruin the lives of other people.

A good indicator of an American woman who is a worthless POS is if she ever states she is a Christian. They dont claim Christianity because they are empathetic and love people. They claim it as a self righteous club, to beat you with.
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Postby Anti-American » Fri May 03, 2013 8:47 am

Bane wrote:
lovelybunny wrote: WHY are Americans this way


Warning, there will be a tendency to ramble and rant ahead:


It's really all about the American culture. You have a perfect storm of hyper capitalism, coupled with a puritanical, protestant belief system about working and living life. These conspire together to create the misery and soul crushing experience that is the modern American workplace.

I keep thinking about why countries who are so poor are reported to be happier with their lives overall than Americans are. I think the reason is quite simple. People in other countries are happier with less, and don't feel the need to slave away at a job they hate simply because they will be able to acquire more "stuff." It seems that the holy grail of American life is to work until you are near death, so that you can get more "stuff." By always wanting more, more, more and never being happy or thankful for the important things one already has, this creates the cycle of misery that Americans suffer through, because most of them think that there is no other way to live life. People in these foreign countries know the secret: Don't be wanting so much, and be thankful for the important things, like family, friends, and good experiences.

This desire for more, the constant yearning for the "bigger, better deal," is a direct result of out of control Materialism and Narcissism. These are the ultimate expressions of social darwinism in action. America is obsessed with competing. This obsession encourages everyone to compete and win at all costs, step all over each other, and crush your friends and competitors just to gain an extra buck or two. It rests on the belief that if you are not growing, you are shrinking, and if you are not enjoying competing to be the best, then you going to end up one of the worst. The dog eat dog nature of the American belief system has even extended into other areas of life, such as dating and friendships. Women are thinking like materialists in the dating market, always looking for the "bigger better deal" when it comes to men. No matter how "alpha" or bad boy a man is, if she sees someone who is even slightly more "alpha," she will dump the first guy and go with the "bigger, better deal." Friendships between same sexes are like this, too. Who you choose to include in your social circle has now become an issue of "what can you do for me?" rather than, "Are you a genuine, cool person?" Men, who should be joining together as brothers, are instead constantly trying to one up one another, putting each other down and stepping all over one another in hopes of being the one to gain access to the almighty p***y, or being the one to score the most resources, or "stuff." This is what happens when you make materialism and the worship of "stuff" as your state religion, like America has.

America is a GREAT place to live....... as long as you possess some kind of special ability, gift, or talent. If you are a world class athlete, a superior actor on television, or if you have the business acumen to become a CEO, then America will be very good to you. However, if you are an "average guy" who doesn't possess those extraordinary talents, America can and will be a downright cruel place to live your life. America rewards those who have talent, which is good, but it utterly sh**s on those who don't live up to those expectations, and that is a big problem. Not everyone has the ability or the talent to be a leader, or to be "the best at everything." Certainly America does not. For all its' boasting about it being #1, the only things it has managed to be #1 at nowadays are obesity and incarceration rates. Great job, America. You really are a great example for the rest of the world.

Anyway, rant over.


That is the absolute truth. Well said. Excellent rant.
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Postby jamesbond » Sat May 04, 2013 10:36 am

Adama wrote:I do know that American women are completely worthless for anything except for trying to ruin the lives of other people.


I agree with that statement 100%. American women are the most difficult people to work with. They like to gossip, backstab and be rude to their coworkers. Also, they don't work nearly as hard as their male counterparts do.

Studies show that women call in sick a lot more often than men do. I would love to work at a job that is 100% men.
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Postby lovelybunny » Sat May 04, 2013 2:49 pm

jamesbond wrote:
Adama wrote:I do know that American women are completely worthless for anything except for trying to ruin the lives of other people.


I agree with that statement 100%. American women are the most difficult people to work with. They like to gossip, backstab and be rude to their coworkers. Also, they don't work nearly as hard as their male counterparts do.

Studies show that women call in sick a lot more often than men do. I would love to work at a job that is 100% men.


WHy are they this way? At work, they tend to hurt people the most. How come?
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Postby Moretorque » Sat May 04, 2013 5:18 pm

[quote="Anti-American"][quote="Bane"][quote="lovelybunny"] WHY are Americans this way [/quote]

Warning, there will be a tendency to ramble and rant ahead:


It's really all about the American culture. You have a perfect storm of hyper capitalism, coupled with a puritanical, protestant belief system about working and living life. These conspire together to create the misery and soul crushing experience that is the modern American workplace.

I keep thinking about why countries who are so poor are reported to be happier with their lives overall than Americans are. I think the reason is quite simple. People in other countries are happier with less, and don't feel the need to slave away at a job they hate simply because they will be able to acquire more "stuff." It seems that the holy grail of American life is to work until you are near death, so that you can get more "stuff." By always wanting more, more, more and never being happy or thankful for the important things one already has, this creates the cycle of misery that Americans suffer through, because most of them think that there is no other way to live life. People in these foreign countries know the secret: Don't be wanting so much, and be thankful for the important things, like family, friends, and good experiences.

This desire for more, the constant yearning for the "bigger, better deal," is a direct result of out of control Materialism and Narcissism. These are the ultimate expressions of social darwinism in action. America is obsessed with competing. This obsession encourages everyone to compete and win at all costs, step all over each other, and crush your friends and competitors just to gain an extra buck or two. It rests on the belief that if you are not growing, you are shrinking, and if you are not enjoying competing to be the best, then you going to end up one of the worst. The dog eat dog nature of the American belief system has even extended into other areas of life, such as dating and friendships. Women are thinking like materialists in the dating market, always looking for the "bigger better deal" when it comes to men. No matter how "alpha" or bad boy a man is, if she sees someone who is even slightly more "alpha," she will dump the first guy and go with the "bigger, better deal." Friendships between same sexes are like this, too. Who you choose to include in your social circle has now become an issue of "what can you do for me?" rather than, "Are you a genuine, cool person?" Men, who should be joining together as brothers, are instead constantly trying to one up one another, putting each other down and stepping all over one another in hopes of being the one to gain access to the almighty p***y, or being the one to score the most resources, or "stuff." This is what happens when you make materialism and the worship of "stuff" as your state religion, like America has.

America is a GREAT place to live....... as long as you possess some kind of special ability, gift, or talent. If you are a world class athlete, a superior actor on television, or if you have the business acumen to become a CEO, then America will be very good to you. However, if you are an "average guy" who doesn't possess those extraordinary talents, America can and will be a downright cruel place to live your life. America rewards those who have talent, which is good, but it utterly sh**s on those who don't live up to those expectations, and that is a big problem. Not everyone has the ability or the talent to be a leader, or to be "the best at everything." Certainly America does not. For all its' boasting about it being #1, the only things it has managed to be #1 at nowadays are obesity and incarceration rates. Great job, America. You really are a great example for the rest of the world.

Anyway, rant over.[/quote]

That is the absolute truth. Well said. Excellent rant.[/quote]

People who are aware of what is truly going on cannot believe people cannot see through this smoke screen that they call capitalism, this is not hyper capitalism, it is total social engineering from top to bottom . People in the US used to have it made, we were riding the wave of winning WW2 from 45 to the 70's and life was getting better for most. A man was productive could take care of his family on a paycheck and the women were free to raise the children as they saw fit . The country was still a frontier with all it's untapped natural resources and life was pretty good. The socialist Ponzi schemes were functional at the time as they were just getting ramped up to pair with the growing baby boomer's but all this is unsustainable in a finite world!

All the modern conveniences being invented at home were making life better and our civilization was on a upswing here in the USA. We had no competition and we rebuilt everybody else after the war.

Now a combination of things changed, first off people never seem to have enough and want more and the rest of the world was starting to come on line to compete with us. Then you had feminism coming along in the 70's which put women to work in order to try and keep the standard of living up because other countries were starting to manufacture overseas and compete with America after we helped rebuild their factories and infrastructures.

The women's equal right's movement just set it up to where now they have to work as well as take care of the kids and a recent poll suggest by far women want to be stay at home mother's.

So then we let the socialist money printer come in and lay the foundation of the total welfare warfare state and act as father and mother and hook us up to the socialist tit where they program you to worship the state from birth to death if you want the socialist cheese which is helping them build their one world dictatorship. They want no middle class so we allowed them to set up all the exportation of our good jobs and productive lively hoods and this dam sure is going to change the temperament of your society after you are used to a salary that can pay for a home in a year with all the perks the old jobs came with.

So we are all used to the unsustainable good life and nobody wants to go backwards but with foreign competition driving prices down and our dependence on foreign oil going up we were being trapped into the perfect storm for our total collapse by not being totally self sufficient within our local eco system. Then we let the globalist socialist come in and start the total manipulation of our society by capturing all it's power center's by manufacturing and manipulating unlimited credit to change everything the way they want from the result of the US bankruptcy treaty in 1933.

For the last 25 to 30 years they have been setting it all up to implode the middle class because it served it's purpose of building the modern world, then merge the USA with Canada and Mexico to do UN agenda 21 here. Then they hit the switch with 9/11 and have been twisting the whole world inside and out ever since trying to do the divide and conquer in order to make us all fight with one another while they seize all the property and natural resources, redraw all the geographic lines of countries, and pit all of us against each other with media propaganda.

The herd is easily duped and programmed by the state, we asked for the nanny state and we got it. This is what happens when you let your family structures wither away and then ask big brother to take care of it because we were to irresponsible to look after the direction of our own civilization . They have a plan and divide and conquer is it.

There are a lot of issue here but the main thing people need to understand is in a modern society we need this credit system they have set up to live from day to day so the creditors ultimately control us and the direction of our societies.
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