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Self-Hate Leads to Hating Others

Self-loathing Caucasians gain positive strokes from one another, virtue signals, and undeniable acceptance for being ‘morally superior.’

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Consider some of the mass murderers in 2021, including Ahmad Al Aliwi Alissa, who was charged with 10 counts of first-degree murder in a wild shooting spree in a Boulder, CO supermarket in March, or Robert Aaron Long, who shot and killed a total of eight people at two spas in Atlanta GA also in March. It’s not a stretch to deduce that the perpetrators were imbued with hate. How else could they commit such heinous crimes?

Fort Hood, TX shooter Major Nidal Hasan, who left 13 dead and 32 injured in 2009, and Adam Lanza, who murdered 20 six- and seven-year olds, as well six adults in Newtown, CT in 2012, had to have been filled with hate for both humanity and for themselves. Happy, caring people don’t do what they did.

Mass Self-Hatred

Another type of hate is more insidious and, on balance, more damaging to society in the long run: the self-hate that so many liberal Caucasians have for themselves. Multi-millions of individuals loathe themselves because of their white skin color. They’ve been taught, or more accurately, brainwashed, to view their skin color and ethnicity as inherently damaging to society. To them, solely by virtue of their birth they are a cultural blight.

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This hate massive group is mostly comprised of Democrats who form the core of cancel culture. They seek to politically and financially assassinate any person, place, or idea that they deem to be offensive to others, and ironically, that are not necessarily directly offensive to themselves.

This throng is so large, that it completely dwarfs hate groups on the Left such as Antifa (merely an ‘idea’ to Joe Biden); Black Lives Matter and other Leftist militants; the Aryan Nation; KKK; and right wing militants.

Self-selected Guardians of the Galaxy

Why do liberal Caucasians act this way? They are self-appointed guardians of what they believe is justice, fairness, and equanimity throughout society.

Concurrently, it is eye-opening to learn that the majority of minorities individuals are aghast at what the white majority seeks to cancel, because the white majority feels it offensive to select minorities. You don’t like The Cat in the Hat? On January 21, 2015, Michelle Obama invited The Cat in the Hat characters to the White House to read to young students as part of her ‘Let’s Move, Let’s Read!’ initiative. She stated, “Pretty much all the stuff you need to know is in Dr. Seuss.”

Did anyone in attendance, including Ms. Obama, deem such characters to be portraying racial stereotypes? Was anyone in attendance offended, insulted, or outraged? Actually, no. The opposite was true.

How did The Cat in the Hat and other Dr. Seuss books, and his characters suddenly become ‘racist’ when not a single word changed, in any book which he wrote? The answer is that the largest hate group in America, self-loathing liberal Caucasians, hate everything that they remotely suspect somehow disparages minorities.

Too Strange For Fiction

While vast numbers of liberal Caucasians hate themselves, paradoxically they feel morally superior to everyone else. As such, they exhibit a strange psycho-social phenomenon that researchers and academics likely will be studying for decades, if not centuries: How a hate group, so large, consisting of individuals programmed en masse to hate themselves, decided to trash any aspect of society that they feel doesn’t meet their subjective ‘standards.’

These standards spread via the internet like kudzu and become entrenched as part of liberal, Leftist, defacto doctrine. And who among them can debate doctrine?

Those on the right, particularly Caucasians, view this phenomenon with near incredulity. How can so many people so thoroughly hate themselves for phantom transgressions that they have not committed?

In Some Distant Era

As they engage in their various forms of ostracism, boycotts, and what is now called cancel culture, it’s hard to know when the dam will break. After all, self-loathing Caucasians gain positive strokes from one another, virtue signals, and undeniable acceptance for being part of the ‘morally superior’ strain of humanity.

This group is hellbent on its ‘righteous mission’ and knows to the marrow in their bones that they’re on the ‘right side of history.’ Actually, they’re on the right side of cultural lunacy.

One by one, maybe enough of them some how, some way, will awake from their stupor, but don’t hold your breath.

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Don’t Let Control-Freak Politicians Diminish Your Well-being

We can self-diagnose and act upon what ails us more effectively than any generation before us.

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In the last 18 months, we have witnessed how mayors and governors, particularly in Democrat strongholds, seek to control our lives. They take great, well-disguised joy in telling us when to come and go, what to wear, and how to act, while personally flouting their own edicts. Gretchen Whitmer, governor of Michigan; Gavin Newsom, hanging on as governor of California; and Bill deBlasio, mayor of New York, immediately come to mind.

A bit of what they’ve decreed is benevolent and makes sense, but much of it extends beyond their duties and jurisdiction. Even in these challenging times, and despite intentional government interference, ours is the first era where people can effectively take charge of their own health.

Due to an abundance of information resources, available primarily via the Internet, we have the opportunity to diagnose and to act upon what ails us, more often and more effectively than any generation before us.

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Unquestionably, doctors play an important role and always will. We never want to substitute legitimate medical observation for what we conclude on our own. Still, what we can research and discover as a result of our comprehensive reading, increasingly, represents reasonably sound information.

Natural Cures Abound

In some instances we can avoid having to pay for expensive visits to doctors, outpatient services, clinics, or labs: Today, for whatever ails you, it’s possible to find potential natural remedies and to avoid ingesting pharmaceuticals. And why not? For tens of thousands of years prior to our recent history, people communed with nature and they gleaned many health-enhancing gifts that nature had to offer.

Untold numbers of herbal remedies, and plant and flower extracts were discovered through the ages, passed on to offspring, and are available to this today. One can search online and find potential natural cures for this affliction or that. Food is a remedy in many cases, as are legitimate supplements.

When else has humankind had the capability to learn so much, so easily, that could be of value to one’s health? Rather than endure a surgical procedure that, say, as recently as one score ago was often regarded as your only option, alternatives might well abound. Undertaking the exploration is worth the pursuit. Thereafter, if surgery is the most prudent path to take, with the advances in surgical procedures, it’s likely to be to your benefit.

The Array of Options

No matter what edicts a Kathy Hochul or a Bill DeBlasio levy in the name of ‘protecting’ us, ostensibly from ourselves, we have an array of options. We can find useful information to help lower blood pressure, stave off headaches, or reduce stress.

Meditation is effective as a stress reducer and immediately comes to mind. If you’ve never tried it, try it. Medical journals now discuss the multitude of benefits that accrue to regular meditators. The physical manifestation of meditation, namely yoga, is also beneficial to your health. Yoga is proving to be a physical “elixir” of sorts that can help you in ways that normally one wouldn’t presume.

Stretching can work wonders. The older you are, the more likely you need to be stretching on a regular basis. You can buy books on stretching, read articles on stretching, and view YouTube videos on the topic. You can gather a variety of key illustrations and carve out for yourself a program that could last for months or years. Even doing simple stretches yields amazing results.

Exercise, of course, is vital to effective mind-body functioning. Exercise offers you greater mobility, enhanced mental sharpness, better sleep, better digestion and elimination, and much more. As with meditation, yoga, and stretching, a host of web resources are available to guide you.

Supplements, Yes; Pharmaceuticals, No

As you assume greater charge of your health, you’ll encounter information about supplements. They will show up in your reading. Many people are confused between vitamins and food supplements, versus pharmaceuticals and prescription drugs.

Vitamins and supplements are the extracts of a larger volume of food. The best have no additives. They offer you the benefits, in part, that the original source would provide. Pharmaceuticals and prescription drugs, such as those in a pharmacy, are chemical compounds manufactured in a laboratory, to achieve a specific outcome within your body.

Pharmaceuticals are not natural and generally include a host of additives and preservatives. The list of ‘side’ effects issued at a rapid pace on TV commercials are the direct effects of ingesting artificial substances and abdicating control of your body in the hopes that such ‘magic pills’ will ‘fix’ you.

Work in Tandem

Enlightened doctors recognize the importance today of working with you. So, discover as much as you can about your situation before your appointment. Then, let the doctor know what you have uncovered, suspect, and conclude. It’s all grist for your personal health mill.

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We Each Need to Keep a Clear Head

We can dial down the level of complexity that otherwise surrounds us in order to maintain effectiveness and have more of a life

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The Leftist news media has society in a stranglehold, and contorts reality every single day. Even in the case where if you actively choose to ignore political events, the spinmeister media has a way of reeling you back in, through soundbites, captivating headlines, and lurid photos. Juggling all of our personal and professional responsibilities, along with the ever-represent ‘requirement’ to stay informed adds up to a world of complexity, which can confound and debilitate us.

Complexity is frustrating. It causes us to spend untold numbers of hours paying attention to what could be summarized in minutes or avoided altogether, and countless sums of money to diminish or undo what perhaps didn’t need to be done at all.

Complexity Keeps Showing Up

How does complexity show up in our lives? You’re frazzled by the staggering amount of technology already in your life. You need to find a manual to understand the manual that came with your computer.

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You constantly find yourself immersed in a sea of technical terms, such as data relay, encryption, USB debugging, and CPU usage, that you would greatly prefer to not have encountered at all. You have no chance of understanding the two-dozen buttons on the remote control devices that come with your television set, DVR, DVD, Tivo, Dish, DirecTV and Roku.

Merely because you were born in the 1940s, 50s, 60s, 70s, 80s, or 90s and are a functioning member of society, the relentless drumbeat of complexity continues every day. Yes, the world is complex, society is complex, and your life is complex, but antidotes that offer relief are available and they are within your grasp.

Designed with Intelligence?

Any product or service that you acquire, any piece of technology, or anything you add to your professional or personal life comes with instructions, options, and features that someone else – an engineer – designed before it ever made its way to you.

As author Vance Packard told us 60+ years ago in The Waste Makers, when it comes to operating a gadget, what we think represents our own shortcomings is often erroneous. The manufacturer made many decisions before the product was ever shipped from the plant, involving the quality of materials to be used and the design and layout of the various switches, buttons, and dials that adorn the appliance.

The intelligence with which engineers design a product dramatically impacts how easy or difficult it will be for the typical consumer to use it effectively. Consider clothes dryers, microwave units, blenders, radio/alarm clocks, and DVD players. Some of them, mysteriously, have instructions too complicated and confusing to fathom, while others are easier to operate. Did you luck out, or did the engineer/designer back at the plant have something to do with it?

Hereafter, seek products designed with intelligence. Recognize that having fewer switches, buttons, or dials does not necessarily mean that the product is less sophisticated or offers fewer benefits or features. Quite the opposite might be true!

Simplicity, rather than complexity, is your product preference among items that otherwise are relatively equal in terms of cost, durability, expected life cycle, and warranty. If one item has dozens of features, while another has only a handful (namely the ones you need!), choose the latter and don’t fret about a possible upgrade later.

You Are the Boss

You’ve personally acquired most of what surrounds you and are largely responsible for your immediate environment. Purchasing items with excessive instructions and complex operating procedures invites complexity into your life.

Less, quite often, can be more in terms of the favorable impact on your life, peace of mind, and quality of leisure time. In an age where a satellite dish can bring 60,000+ programs per month to your television set, ask yourself, would 4,000 or 5,000 programs be sufficient?

When I face a technical challenge, I give that task to a younger person – someone who has grown up with technology and to whom it is second nature.

The Wise Owl

By making basic but effective purchases and identifying needed helpers, we can keep complexity at bay. We can dial down the level of complexity that otherwise surrounds us in order to maintain effectiveness and have more of a life.

Exercise your power to acquire fewer television channels, subscribe to fewer publications, select products with a greater ease of use, and remember who is in control. You are! Not the government, not the media, and not some unseen force.

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