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Don’t Lie and Don’t Be Cruel

Posted by Bob on January 1st, 2011 under Coaching Session

“I lay it down as a fact that if everyone knew what others say of them there would not be four friends in the world.”

That is a quote from a bot that advertised as Texas Hold ‘Em years ago.

It was so good, or I am so dumb, that I actually answered some of that bot’s quotes.

In my defense, let me point out that I was active in the Opposing Views (anti-white) section of Stormfront at the time. It is almost impossible to find anything in OV that a bot wouldn’t produce.

I honestly didn’t know about Texas Hold ‘Em, and, more important, its comments were at least interesting.

In fact, I started this article with a Texas Hold ‘Em quote. Can you imagine any anti-white quote that would be worth writing an article about?

The above quote reminded me of the present WikiLeak scandal.

On Capitol Hill, a standard piece of wisdom was, “Don’t write anything that you would hate to see on the front page of the Washington Post.” Since I was in the group the Post hated most, that was especially true for us.

A lot of the WikiLeak stuff is embarrassing. They gave each other real opinions of Turkish diplomats and so forth. That is the kind of thing that has, for practical purposes, discredited the Global Warming crowd.

The “Top Scientists” were so confident no one in the press would dare bother them that they actually wrote down how they were faking and suppressing research results. Even this, the Holy Grail of Politically Correct causes, got exposed.

The old man ain’t much use to you if he doesn’t tell you up front what he did wrong. Good porch talk comes from a guy who can not only tell you how not to step into a bear trap, but can also show you some old bear trap scars on his own ankles.

The reason those communications about Turkish diplomats were embarrassing was because diplomats try to give the impression that they think a lot of each other. The reason those emails between Global Warning “scientists” were so destructive was because they were pushing the idea that “all experts in the field agreed with global warming.”

In other words a big way to avoid notes getting you into trouble is not to LIE.

The other extreme of this is when you insult somebody BECAUSE you want to hurt them. Another quote:

“Every cruel person prides himself on his honesty.”

Every person reading this knows of a cruel person who always says, “I’m just telling it like it is.”

It is a part of growing up to find the difference between lying to people and not caring whether what you say hurts them for no reason.

Don’t lie and don’t be cruel.

One thing an old person has to offer you is that you have committed very few sins or done few bad deeds that he hasn’t committed or done himself. If he says you are being immature you have the consolation of knowing that he was young once himself.

If you level with people on something, be sure they are ready to be leveled with and that you are doing it for a REASON, not to get it off your chest.

If you’re a professional diplomat, you can make it clear to a Turkish embassy official that you really think he is doing something wrong. If you can’t tell HIM that, don’t say it to someone else behind his back.

If you are a Global Warming fanatic, don’t pretend to be an objective observer with whom no one disagrees.

What WikiLeaks really demonstrates in a lot of cases is that a lot of people simply haven’t grown up.

  1. #1 by backbaygrouch on 01/01/2011 - 7:12 am

    Less of a comment than a question about the WikiLeaks brouhaha. .

    Government agencies are most paranoid about other government agencies. Turf is sacred. Any attempt to encroach invokes a visceral reaction.

    The story the public is being fed is that a lowly grunt assigned to military intelligence accessed State Department classified documents that exposed comments about Turkish officials among others. That is, the Defense Department knows what the State Department is doing. This also suggests that the State Department knows what the Defense Department is doing down to the lowliest clerk.

    Out the window goes thousands of years of experience with governments. This is a first, a momentous first.
    One department allowing another department to share its remit.

    Is anyone buying this story?

    Would the Packers and Cubs swap playbooks?

    As Bob has experience in intelligence operations perhaps he could comment on a comment.

  2. #2 by shari on 01/01/2011 - 9:25 am

    I think this goes along with The New Publishing.

    Those who try to censer the internet, stick right out as directly trying to censer free speech.
    If liars try to publish the same old boring bs they do in television, newspapers, and textbooks,they get exposed by REAL opposition. Now wikileaks puts out a controlled amount of the truth, for probably, Israel’s purpose. But the truth is so damning, it easily can and will backfire.

    For liars, to try and control the internet is like trying to control lightening with your bare hands.

  3. #3 by shari on 01/01/2011 - 12:21 pm

    Unfortunately,we learn not to tell lies or be cruel,by having told lies and been cruel. It’s not for nothing that we have a guilty complex. But we MUST be brave, for the sake of white children.

  4. #4 by Dave on 01/01/2011 - 12:43 pm

    “Don’t Lie and Don’t Be Cruel” is one of the best pieces that has been written on Wikileaks because it gets our underlying social plague in a way Mommy Professor never could.

    Mommy Professor can’t deal with real problems because Mommy Professor is part of the problem.

    It never occurs to the endless of army of ideologues out with their strident opinions and their unproven personal abilities that they always overestimate out of vanity that our problems are far less political than they are behavioral.

    Everybody wants to turn things in a religion and some big friggen cause all outfitted with BIG PROMISES but they don’t have a clue as to how to restrain the misbehavior people naturally lapse into if there isn’t some mechanism for preventing it.

    Forget the big issues of the American government and academia. From the behavioral perspective (that is the standards of personal behavior within the organizations), the American government and academia are god awful messes.

    The civil service rules, the labor regulation, the doctrines of Political Correctness, the management silos, the funding games, the turf wars, and a whole plethora of other things just plain get in the way of in getting people on the right page behaviorally.

    There is no accountability anywhere and furthermore the leadership of these organizations doesn’t have a clue about how to get it right in any event.

    This problem is global, it is local, and it is absolutely everywhere.

    Thank god for Wikileaks. Wikileaks has proven to be a major embarrassment to the US government, academia, and governments and academia everywhere. If there were a thousand such embarrassments, it still wouldn’t be enough to kick them into shape. But it is a start. A very much needed cool drink. May there be many more.

  5. #5 by seriouswon on 01/01/2011 - 6:46 pm

    I think WikiLinks is just one more bit of controlled opposition, as in….”now you know the REAL truth”. Just one more wild goose chase to keep everyone distracted. Still, very interesting point made by Bob and others.

  6. #6 by Genseric on 01/02/2011 - 9:08 am

    The ORIGINAL “Most Interesting Man in the World”

    “People hang on his every word, even the prepositions.”

    “His charm is so contagious, vaccines have been created for it.”

    “Years ago, he built a city out of blocks. Today, over six hundred thousand people live and work there.”

    “The police often question him just because they find him interesting.”

    “He is the only man to ever ace a Rorschach test.”

    “Every time he goes for a swim, dolphins appear.”

    “Alien abductors have asked him…… to probe them.”

    “If he were to give you directions, you’d never get lost and you’d arrive at least five minutes early.”

    “Even his enemies list him as their emergency contact number.”

    “His legend precedes him the way lightning precedes thunder.”

    He is…..

    All joking aside;

    Bob has an uncanny ability to speak on various intriguing topics. The kicker to that is how he puts his highly complex ideas in terms that even people LIKE ME can understand. He doesn’t seem to feel the need to demonstrate to the World that he can rattle off 7 syllable words in succession.

    What might trump that “most interesting man in the world” persona and life experience is his ability to point out these important and universal truths. This is a MUST HAVE in our movement. It truly is a shame that more people are not privy to this ‘father lode’ of Worldly knowledge and more importantly his experience(s). He is a rock.

    As far as I am concerned, these are words to LIVE by, volk.

    “Don’t lie and don’t be cruel.”

    If you can exist BETWEEN those words, then I think you are probably doin’ alright.

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