938. A great example that demonstrates how weak, effeminate males like Roosh and Rollo Tomassi are ultimately responsible for all the societal ills they bemoan, blaming them on everyone but themselves (as is the custom of weaklings), is the fate of people like Woody Allen and Louis C.K., ultra-liberal leftist comedians lording it over the rest of us with their moral superiority for decades who suddenly find themselves on the wrong side of this superiority and in danger of losing their entire lives. You fucktards have been eroding social mores and mankind's faith in its entire past for decades now, and you wonder how society has fallen so low as to attempt to ban humor? You don't merely deserve to get metooed, you deserve hanging, just like Roosh, Tomassi and all the other gay fuckwits who try to pass for men today! That perverted wretch Kevin Spacey is perhaps the worst current example of this: a legit fagot who finds himself in trouble in a society that supposedly loves fagotry. But though Spacey is a freak, there are worse freaks than him around today, and they are using the means that the original freaks invented to get the upper hand on them. That's how the liberal scam works: The weak erode society's norms in order for them to live, thus creating conditions that allow the even weaker to rise up and adopt the same means, eroding norms further and further. Where does this debasement stop? When it hits rock bottom, when this erosion gets so bad that the average person begins suffocating and can't live within it, threatening to destroy the entire society that all these parasites are feeding off of. That's when the average person fights back. Which is what's happening now. But one should never forget that it was the average person himself who allowed the original freaks to get the upper hand in the first place, due to his feminization, and hence it is their fault for the position that they find themselves in, as always. The whining=resentment is merely the acknowledgement of this: acknowledgment of this original failure. [...]
Nietzsche: "On the other hand, nothing is more strictly forbidden them than ugly manners or a pessimistic outlook, an eye that makes ugly — to say nothing of indignation at the collective aspect of things. Indignation is the privilege of the Chandala; pessimism likewise. 'The world is perfect' — thus speaks the instinct of the most spiritual, the affirmative instinct —: 'imperfection, everything beneath us, distance between man and man, the pathos of this distance, the Chandala themselves pertain to this perfection.'"
icycalm, if the world was perfect, then why would you will it to be different by killing these effeminate males? It is not like something can be "more perfect" or "less perfect". Is it because when Nietzsche says "'the world' is perfect" he is viewing it on the level of the universe, including time (i.e. all moments are perfect, and therefore the world isn't capable of being not perfect)?