Message from Wood-Ape - OK/MN in Nice Respectable People Group #general
It might not be a majority of the population, but it's sizeable
Most people will see you as the good guy
In a healthy society, normal people shouldn't HAVE to care about every political maneuver with a desperate, existential attention.
But, ya, I was surprised at how few people actually care
It is only a society on the edge of crisis that captures the attention of the everyman.
I'm kind of jealous of my retired dad for this reason, he doesn't pay attention to politics except insofar as it effects the stock market and taxes. He's got 6 acres and is retired in a nice quiet town, this stuff won't go seeking him out.
God, I wish I didn't have to care about politics
If I were to work where I grew up though I'd be facing a 60% paycut and a very long commute to work, so I feel a strong economic pull to be in the city
I've always been spergy, so perhaps even in brightest timeline, I always would have payed attention. But I would really perfer to live innawoods and not care.
But I am compelled to care, because things are serious.
The difference between us and someone that is apolitical, is the future won't sneak up on us and smack us in the face, it will them though.
We can at least *try* to do something about the future with our present knowledge.
They will simply be clueless until the world creeps up on them all of a sudden.
We are fighting for the unknowing normie white though. Never abandon them wholly.
@Wood-Ape - OK/MN That's something I thought about, too. I've accepted that I might never be happy with the state of society. Maybe my real motivation to do this is my fear for what future generations will have to go through.
I've always liked history and I get to live through an interesting albeit disturbing part of it
History is fun to read but not necessarily to experience
@Wood-Ape - OK/MN I'm not saying abandon them at all, I'm saying they are just flying through life clueless...until all of a sudden nothing they knew exists anymore.
One proceeds as ever until an obstacle is encountered.
@TylerHess Ya, honestly, if I could choose to live in a different moment in history I wouldn't
I don’t think I could go back to the past knowing this is what happens
Think of it this way- you were born in time to experience one of the strangest, maybe *the* strangest period yet seen in human history. Where we go from here depends on the choices you make today.
We are called to be the fathers of the future, as well. For those of us 30+, our ability to leverage society is limited, but not for our sons.
Strive not for glory, but for the shade of trees not yet grown.
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MAKE! AUSTRALIA! GREAT! AGAIN!
Yeah. Australia's situation is less complicated, I wager. It's a very clear China Vs Anglo-Celtic Australia.
There are Somalis, etc. that get imported. But it's nowhere near as... intersectional... as the american situation
Godspeed Aussies. I love the Convict Report podcast.
And Wang show
Hilariously, I recall some Convict Report episode that recalled some stand-off between the China Shills and Israel Shills in their senate
Me and mine will likely never stand in the sun of the Tasman Sea. But they are our cousins, and I wish them well
By “detailed response” the Aussie means “absolute wall of text”
I love dingoes, no homo
Those things eat babies you know
Metapolitical Dingoes, right wing ozzies, ya know
I wonder if dingo fur is any good. Folks in the great plains (north or south) will harvest coyotes for cheap, but warm, fur.
I can't help but think dingo fur is similar, yet shorter.
I suppose only an expedition to outback ranches can elucidate this mystery.