The Self-made man. The myth propagated by modern society: if you work hard, if you work more and better than others, you will succeed. But what if that was a lie for 99% of people?
Eventually, there are fundamentally two categories of men: the ones who inherited assets (network, money, etc.) and those who didn’t. If you are lucky enough, nature made you fall in the first category, along with the full physical, health and mental package. If you are less lucky, you fall in the second category, the one of the average man. In order to explain this, lets take the example of one of those men. Let’s call him “Bob”.
So our Bob was born in a poor or lower middle class white family. His parents divorced and he was pretty left out to himself. He considered selling drugs, or another easy way to make money, but instead he choose to become a real honest man. Someone who builds and improve society. He became a hard working handsome man. He is intelligent with an IQ over 130. He studied a lot, finished first in school, and then at university. He finished twice university, and then kept getting more professional certificates. He worked hard and helped everyone. He showed courage, patience and handled tough situations. He is honest, dedicated and a good Christian. He choses to be a good man. His job is in a major company, whatever the domain. By working hard, he reached concrete results and participated in the greatness of the company. Yet, for each of his achievement, others took credits for his work. These “colleges” sold his work and made most of the profits. They knew the clients, it was their network. They have no obligations getting Bob in touch with the clients. And when Bob asked why, they justified it with lies and hidden threats. He changed his job multiple times, but the pattern is the same everywhere he goes. The same people who own everything see him as a threat , an outsider, keeping him away from his “blossoming”. Bob is single, has no real family. He doesn’t have the savings necessary to open his own business.
Does the story of Bob sounds unfamiliar ? Does some part of Bob’s story matches your experience of life? But what is wrong with Bob?
In a nutshell, Bob is just a victim of postmodernism. All the good societies values have been reversed. And doing what is “right” is no longer sufficient, and might actually lead to failure.
Today, people like Bob can only offer their brain power and their work. While others come with a book of contacts and pockets full of pesos. If Bob is so good, why would anyone let him grow the social ladder? In a world where many companies rely either on public spending, offshoring or quantitative easing for making profits, there is little need for highly gifted people. Instead it is more suited for snakes, parasites and opportunists. This is a fact.
Adding pain to injury, Bob has to compete with “anti discriminating actions”, putting him in last in this society:
- “The chosen people”
- Upper white middle class men, leftist aka snowflakes
- White, that is our Bob
Without forgetting of course the quotas for women, gays, trannies etc. How on Earth can Bob succeed or even have a “normal life” by his hard work and intelligence ?
I tell Bob’s story because this story is far from being the exception but rather is much closer to being a rule. At least in the Western World. I met dozen of white males in this situation, and this is alarming. Sometimes these stories end tragically with suicide. Bob is being ” genocided”, like the rest of white men. This doesn’t mean Bob should stop fighting though.
Bob has to understand that his “failure” is not about him or about what he does. But rather about who he is. He is the last thing that this world wants to have. He is the public enemy number ONE. Postmodernism will not allow him to live peacefully. There is nothing Bob can do. He was born this way. Bob is a threat to globalists, and the self chosen people.
So our Bob has to accept who he is, take upon himself and keep fighting the good fight. He has to build his own Alt-Right network with men like him, and start understanding that he is struggling for his race, for his community and for the future of white children. All these Bobs have to unite as one. They must heal as a community or die as individuals… (listen to this speech, it applies 100% here).