Topic: Ted Kaczynski was right .
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­I think the term you are looking for is a "non-masochist".

Creature comforts, modern conveniences and material possessions are the only things that make living tolerable.

­That leads to alienation, corruption, wars and misery for billions and is not sustainable.

So you think we should all just live in third-world misery together?

You can if you wish, I want no part of that scene.

The present system has created that misery . Soon you will be a victim unless you are one of the elite.


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­Then you better stick with your day job, cause the great outdoors isn't that great a place to live or work in.

Says the conditioned, domesticated golden retriever.


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So you think we should all just live in third-world misery together?

You can if you wish, I want no part of that scene.

Does the bluebird in the backyard look miserable?

­It's a fucking bird.

You try living outdoors, scavaging for your food, without any modern conveniences and see how you like it.

­That was done for thousands  of years before industrialization by humans who were much happier.


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­It's all about getting someone else to do the work for you. They toil and make the goods and grow the food and you consume it. That's the whole point of life.

No, that is hypocrisy. You don't want to suffer but want others to. You hate the modern system, and so you jip the system to have all the luxuries.

I hate this system, but I also hate primitivism ARRGH
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­That's the way it is, always has been, always will be. You're either the fucker or the fuckee.

It's better to be the one fucking other people over than it is to be the one getting fucked over.


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­It's all about getting someone else to do the work for you. They toil and make the goods and grow the food and you consume it. That's the whole point of life.

No, that is hypocrisy. You don't want to suffer but want others to. You hate the modern system, and so you jip the system to have all the luxuries.

I hate this system, but I also hate primitivism ARRGH
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­That's the way it is, always has been, always will be. You're either the fucker or the fuckee.

It's better to be the one fucking other people over than it is to be the one getting fucked over.

­How about we kill all the rich sociopaths instead ?


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­That was done for thousands  of years before industrialization by humans who were much happier.

­Industrialization happened because people hated the misery of living in third-world conditions. Technology was developed to help us escape that hell.


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No, that is hypocrisy. You don't want to suffer but want others to. You hate the modern system, and so you jip the system to have all the luxuries.

I hate this system, but I also hate primitivism ARRGH
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­That's the way it is, always has been, always will be. You're either the fucker or the fuckee.

It's better to be the one fucking other people over than it is to be the one getting fucked over.

­How about we kill all the rich sociopaths instead ?

­As long as someone is still in charge to make certain that the electricity keeps getting generated, the factories keep producing and the conveniences remain available, you can fantasize about revolution all you want to.


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­Industrialization happened because people hated the misery of living in third-world conditions. Technology was developed to help us escape that hell.

No. Industry was initiated by relatively few and forced onto the masses (or "sold" to them as a better way of life).


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­Industrialization happened because people hated the misery of living in third-world conditions. Technology was developed to help us escape that hell.

No. Industry was initiated by relatively few and forced onto the masses (or "sold" to them as a better way of life).

­The first lesson of business: People won't buy what they don't want.


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­As long as someone is still in charge to make certain that the electricity keeps getting generated, the factories keep producing and the conveniences remain available, you can fantasize about revolution all you want to.

This statement demonstrates that modern society is forced and requires rulers. End this insanity. http://www.soundclick.com/jptn


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­The first lesson of business: People won't buy what they don't want.

Marketing: sell people things they dont need.


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­The first lesson of business: People won't buy what they don't want.

Marketing: sell people things they dont need.

­Having things that you want but don't need is what makes life worth living.


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­As long as someone is still in charge to make certain that the electricity keeps getting generated, the factories keep producing and the conveniences remain available, you can fantasize about revolution all you want to.

This statement demonstrates that modern society is forced and requires rulers. End this insanity. http://www.soundclick.com/jptn

­You can easily extricate yourself from it by simply moving to Africa.


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­Industrialization happened because people hated the misery of living in third-world conditions. Technology was developed to help us escape that hell.

No. Industry was initiated by relatively few and forced onto the masses (or "sold" to them as a better way of life).

­Having electricity, air-conditioning, hot and cold running water, refrigerators, washers, dryers, flushing toilets, and automobiles is a better way of life, and one that every sane individual wants as opposed to the alternative.


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sounds like he was too poor to buy enough land to live the existence he wanted.  It also sounded like he was trespassing on other people's land when he would go on he jaunts.

10,000 acres probably would have set him up nicely.  Being that you can get an acre of land for around $800 in MT, he should have spent $8 million to get it.  Of course, anyone who had $8 million dollars probably wouldn't want to live like a hermit grubbing for worms for dinner.


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. said: sounds like he was too poor to buy enough land to live the existence he wanted.  It also sounded like he was trespassing on other people's land when he would go on he jaunts.

10,000 acres probably would have set him up nicely.  Being that you can get an acre of land for around $800 in MT, he should have spent $8 million to get it.  Of course, anyone who had $8 million dollars probably wouldn't want to live like a hermit grubbing for worms for dinner.

­10,000 acres is a ridiculous amount of land. Far too much for one person.

160 acres is more than enough to support a large family, let alone a single individual (who wouldn't be able to do much with it alone).


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­Having things that you want but don't need is what makes life worth living.

Yes. Snuff canisters and blowup dolls make life worth it.


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­10,000 acres is a ridiculous amount of land. Far too much for one person.

160 acres is more than enough to support a large family, let alone a single individual (who wouldn't be able to do much with it alone).

I suppose your last sentence implies farming and "living off the land". That isn't the goal. Agriculture was the beginning of the enslavement of this modern system.


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. said: sounds like he was too poor to buy enough land to live the existence he wanted.  It also sounded like he was trespassing on other people's land when he would go on he jaunts.

10,000 acres probably would have set him up nicely.  Being that you can get an acre of land for around $800 in MT, he should have spent $8 million to get it.  Of course, anyone who had $8 million dollars probably wouldn't want to live like a hermit grubbing for worms for dinner.

Ted was simply infuriated to witness the raping of the natural earth.


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­Having things that you want but don't need is what makes life worth living.

Yes. Snuff canisters and blowup dolls make life worth it.

­Art, beauty, along with comfort and the pleasure that those things bring - those are the things that truly make life worthwhile.


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­That was done for thousands  of years before industrialization by humans who were much happier.

­Industrialization happened because people hated the misery of living in third-world conditions. Technology was developed to help us escape that hell.

­It's more along the lines that if you get an F18 I'd better get one too or I am fucked.


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­Industrialization happened because people hated the misery of living in third-world conditions. Technology was developed to help us escape that hell.

:potd:

This is the best time ever to be alive. Op can go live in the forest.


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­Industrialization happened because people hated the misery of living in third-world conditions. Technology was developed to help us escape that hell.

Industrialization happened because leaders wanted bigger and better war machines.


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Industrialization happened because leaders wanted bigger and better war machines.

­That was merely a side-effect.

Industrialization happened because the White race always strives toward improving our lives, making them easier, more civilized, more dignified and more comfortable.


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­That was merely a side-effect.

Industrialization happened because the White race always strives toward improving our lives, making them easier, more civilized, more dignified and more comfortable.

One minute the white race is making these things to improve life. The next minute Jews are making and selling these things to rule the world :rolleyes:



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