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Changing Memories Fascinate Me

Posted by Bob on August 31st, 2013 under Coaching Session

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My experience came from a time leading up to the Reagan Administration, so it is often wildly out of date.

Someone commented that, considering how long it had been since I was active, I was able to predict things far better than those who are up to the minute.

I repeat a lot, being a propagandist, so I repeat my answer to this comment often:

If you are predicting the future, you must not be bogged down in the present.

The media, the internet and your next door neighbor will provide you with the Latest News and What It Means.

Every day is packed with articles and talk about What Just Happened and What It Means.

My unique contribution is that I chug along, blissfully unaware of what is in today’s headlines.

The simple fact that being obsessed with what happened today is a guarantee you have no idea about the next generation.

But this leaves me by what I was raised with and what is alien to you.

For instance,when I was coming up, and in every generation before me, when you didn’t finish your food, Mommy would say, “There are starving children in China and India who would love to have what you are just throwing away.”

This was as routine a statement as the  old guy declaring, “When I was young, I had to Walk TEN MILES  in the snow to get to school.”   I use that line on young people in the elevators today.  Invariably, all of them know about it and add interesting lines like “…uphill both ways.”

Children WERE starving when I was young and when everybody else was young since the first  people. 

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And I keep pointing out that that is a piece of news no one is aware of, or at least never mentions, but me.   They are busy with the Latest  News.

So I do wonder what Mommy, the real one not the Professor, says now when food is left on the plate.

The fact that Mother specifically mentioned India and China reflects a reality that was embedded in my youth: People starved in Asia, people had ALWAYS starved in Asia.

When Adam Smith published “Wealth of Nations” back in 1776, whole families starved to death in Europe,  But even then, Smith brought up China and India desperately poor by the European standards even of his day.  He even discussed the fact that while thousands were starving in China, India was even worse.

Commentary on these facts completely destroy everyone else’s ability to put it into perspective.    Even if they read this, anti-whites will start yelling about how children are not starving but they are still hungry.

And pro-whites, even BUGSERS, are about as bad:

“See? This just proved we are DOOMED!  This is NOT good news, Bob!”

I didn’t say it was.  These are more facts that need to be put in perspective about how the future looks, and you can’t have perspective while your knees are jerking.

  1. #1 by Asgardian117 on 08/31/2013 - 11:40 am

    Coach….I know my mom and my friends moms used to say that they worked hard for our food and that it was a waste of money not to eat it….because by the time I was born I guess we solved the starvation issue.

  2. #2 by BGLass on 08/31/2013 - 12:18 pm

    Mom would sort of vaguely, annoyedly (if that can be a word) say, “Well, …just don’t waste it.” So we started a compost, as you can make great dirt out of the leftover food. Of course then you have EVEN MORE endless food, lol, as plants whose seeds were in the food just pop up….

    overall, left to our own devices, we are not a wasteful type people, it seems

    wonder who the first kid was, who when told the china line, the chinese are starving, barked “no they’re not anymore, mom, so you can’t make me eat those peas.”

  3. #3 by BGLass on 08/31/2013 - 12:25 pm

    Oh, and the dogs started getting tastier morsels. An aside, look at the “raw food” industry for our animals, ensuring them a true meat-based diet (sadly, as somebody out there is pumping people with endless corn syrup confections, not to open that can of worms.) “Don’t let it go to the dogs.” Many american dogs have a pretty good fate.

    Actually food spillover issues to our animals is sort of interesting. Health animals, peta, etc. One day, perhaps we will perfect the ameoba and make it organic, lol

  4. #4 by OldBlighty on 08/31/2013 - 8:36 pm

    “Even if they read this, anti-whites will start yelling about how children are not starving but they are still hungry.”

    The left is an industry. As soon as one resource is tapped out, they’ll move onto the next one and the next one, on into infinity.

    • #5 by Cleric Preston on 09/01/2013 - 6:13 pm

      Yes, the ‘Left’ is an industry. “The Exploiters of Suffering”

      I received this reply on youtube regarding Africans
      “But we can help them! We can donate money to charities that will use it to feed them and give them clothes. So many of them live in poverty. It isn’t right.”

      I thought about it and realized it wasn’t about Africans having food and clothing. It was about us ‘giving’.

      When White people went to Africa and built factories and businesses, and countries, and gave the Africans JOBS to WORK to earn money to buy food and clothes we were told it’s ‘colonialism-apartheid’ and it was ‘bad’.

      So White people left Africa, now the Africans still need food and clothes so the Exploiters of Suffering moved into to fill the market ‘gap’.

      The ONLY difference is under ‘Colonialism-apartheid’ the Blacks were treated like Whites, they were expected to work and pay their way.

      Just like White people in White countries have to.

      My conclusion, the Exploiters of Suffering have a vested interest in keeping the ‘African crisis’ ( can a crisis be a crisis if it never actually crashes ?) going for as long as possible and in increasing the number of Africans so as to increase their own profits.

      As such the ‘respectable Right’ which survives by opposing the ‘Left’, ARE the ‘Left’, both of which are The Exploiters of Suffering.

  5. #6 by Harumphty Dumpty on 09/01/2013 - 1:28 am

    September “petitions” are ready to be initialed at White House.

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