There Is Nothing Sacred Anymore

classic Classic list List threaded Threaded
12 messages Options
Reply | Threaded
Open this post in threaded view
|

There Is Nothing Sacred Anymore

Humanity
Administrator
If I had to give a singular, ultimate answer for why I don't think I'll ever be able to be happy in this world, it is because there is nothing sacred. This isn't literally 100% true, as I'm sure we can all find just an ounce of it somewhere. But we know what force runs the world. We call it by many names, or perhaps symptoms would be a better descriptor. Feminism. Statism. Consumerism. Pick your poison and your preferred label for it. And as long as this force owns this world, there is no hope. Notice this site is called Happier Abroad. Not Happy Abroad or Happiest Abroad. It's only partial, a reprieve from the worst misery. Even here, many fail to see the big picture...why history matters. Some of you cretins will say it is perfectly fine for women not to be a virgin at marriage, for example. Such bestial ignorance and idiocy is part of the destruction of the sacred.

Some will feel a resonance with that statement. The greatest tragedy is that it didn't ever have to be this way. Humanity chose it. And that is very telling of just what kind of a group guys like me got tacked onto. I feel no connection to humanity as a group. Most of those creatures are mindless and depraved. And the vast masses of the world certainly are not trustworthy. Having recently lived in the "third world" for a while, I saw it, felt it, and suffered it first-hand.

It's said that a cynic is just a disappointed idealist. That's very true. I drift ever more into the sea of cynicism because I have no power over the world. I didn't choose this world. I just live here. And I'm a powerless denizen of it. That isn't what I want. That's never what I wanted. As some asinine types would put it, life isn't fair. No shit. But that's just a slight code for saying people aren't fair. It's humanity as a group that seek to destroy anything and everything sacred. Life is either neutral or dare I say positive. It's that group called humanity that is the negative.

The present times show us how many are disillusioned by religion, or what passes for religion now. What our masters tell us is religion is anything but. It is a perversion, itself another destruction of the sacred. The point of religion is morality. Morality leads to trust. And trust is the key. With trust, that magical switch is flipped. How could civilizations be built and sustained without trust? An infusion of mere...resources cannot do that. Go to these third world cesspools and you'll see a literal version of hell: everyone trying to f**k over everyone else. Civilization flounders all around people who could otherwise do well.

Speaking of which, perhaps some of you are familiar with Dante. The Inferno held nine circles of torment, each level reserved for a certain kind of sin. And who received the worst punishments in the eternally frozen wasteland of the ninth circle? Betrayers.

It wasn't just a connection back to how Judas betrayed Jesus, although the small contains the great. It was a message. Our forebears tried to warn us. Destroy trust and you lose your soul. Without trust, everything good becomes impossible. It's the ultimate consequence. God and evil cannot coexist. Throw trust out of your heart and God will not be there.

Sometimes we say that the world is going to hell. Well, there's the literal version. If the entire planet gets encompassed by this destruction of the sacred, the planet will enter hell and may never recover. All throughout history, there was somewhere to go. Some new city to pillage. Even a New World to discover and conquer. These things only added fuel to the flame of a sickness burning in humanity's gut. Now there is not anywhere to go. I doubt the colonization of otherworldly places will ever happen. The U.S. will probably never even return to the moon and that is the farthest we've ever gotten.

So it will all end on earth. So all we have is being happier somewhere. Not truly happy. When something sacred is destroyed, it feels personal. It is personal. I won't ever feel the happiness that would have been possible because there isn't really a culture of trust anywhere on earth. Those very few there are...are small, out of the way, or require being born into them to take part. Living in a sacred world would give us all we need, forever. It's the equivalent of paradise. Raise good people, more good people will result. They will preserve and protect goodness. They will treat relationships as sacred. They will share with those in true need.

Raise evil beings, and they'll loot, pillage, and plunder until there is nothing left and no one left willing to produce anything. Whoever is in control of the planet does this, and we're seeing the ongoing cluster-f**k of a result. The conspiracy is ultimately a way of thinking; a way of thinking where there is never enough and one cannot benefit without f***ing over someone else.

Sometimes we talk about mongers that are ruining women overseas. When a monger deceives a sincere, virgin girl and ruins her, it isn't so much the girl I feel sorry for, but the man who would've been her husband one day. Mongers are a perfect Happier Abroad example of the destruction of the sacred. They seek to do detestable things. And they don't care what they do to other men; they are the antithesis of trust. They take advantage of the short term to exhaust a resource, and care nothing for the future. Not even their own offspring, if they were to have them. In all of them is a little feminist, a little bankster, a little Satan. They are the world system personified.

I'd bring them to justice if only I could. But just as feminists are backed by the state, they are backed by the world. And even if the left hand does not realize what the right hand is doing, they are still working together for the same wicked ends.

I look at the world and wonder how it keeps spinning. But we'll see the end one day, clear as I could tell you that a train going off the tracks will crash. History speeds up for no man...

We wonder what the Easter Islanders were thinking when they cut down the last tree. What will the banksters be thinking when they bankrupt the last country? What will the feminists be thinking when they destroy the last man? What will the mongers be thinking when the ruin the last vrigin?

I'll just stay here sulking in the dark. All I can see is the ever-growing march to destroy everything that is sacred. And I can do nothing.
Reply | Threaded
Open this post in threaded view
|

Re: There Is Nothing Sacred Anymore

Spenta
The sad part of this is, there are almost no nubile women here in the world today who are virgin in mind and in body. Virginity can be faked. Many women do not consider anal nor oral intercourse to be sexual.

Almost all nubile women are tainted with the loss of virginity. Before anyone attempts sexual intercourse with their bride, any sane man would think, how many things has she ever taken? The amount, the numbers would make anyone revolt with disgust. And yet the girl doesn't care and you're her lover or one of her many lovers. Then you'd think, am I as good as any of her previous lovers?

Let's say that 1 out of 2 people were female. Then assume that 1 out of 10 women are of nubile age. Then narrow it down to attractiveness (depending on personal taste), so that leaves 1 out of 1 million (a liberal estimate). Narrow it down even further, and there's no one that would fit the ideal woman as they are all corrupted. None of them are guaranteed to be virgins. None of them are guaranteed to be of virtuous moral character. None of them are worth spending the rest of your life with. None of them will love you for who you are, none of them will love you for you. I look at the women of the world today and see that they are all worthless. I don't want an easy lay in the sack, I want a woman who makes the ideal wife, the ideal mother, the ideal friend, the ideal companion. How can women be so naive to let anyone take their virginity, in the form of premarital sex? This is treachery and betrayal, beyond anything else, robbing someone the chance to truly bond with someone.

I hope I can find my other self, people say I am too idealistic, but I want someone who is worthy of me. But no woman is worthy of me, who shares my conviction and ideals.
Reply | Threaded
Open this post in threaded view
|

Re: There Is Nothing Sacred Anymore

fschmidt
Administrator
In reply to this post by Humanity
As modern man becomes universally depraved, the only place where one can find a sense of the sacred is in the rituals from the past.  It's true that these rituals are not enough to cause morality, but they do attract those few people who have a natural sense of attraction to the sacred, and these people are the ones who have the potentional to bring the sacred back.  This is why I attend Eastern Orthodox church, because the Orthodox liturgy is such a ritual.  You are far more likely to find people who understand the value of the sacred in an Orthodox church than you are on Happier Abroad.  I suggest you visit some local Orthodox services where you live to see for yourself.


Following the Old Testament, not evil modern culture
Reply | Threaded
Open this post in threaded view
|

Re: There Is Nothing Sacred Anymore

Moralmoe91
In reply to this post by Humanity
Great post! And I agree 100%. I too lament the fact that I will never get to have that special bond with a woman. It would be amazing to share the first kiss, the first sexual experience, and be each other's first love. I look at these people who are getting married after being with 10+ plus people and I think "why?". What's the point of getting married when you have already been with multiple people? There will be nothing special about the union and it will be doomed from the start. This world is truly broken.
Reply | Threaded
Open this post in threaded view
|

Re: There Is Nothing Sacred Anymore

Spenta
The fact is that there will be no more virgin brides for men who are looking for serious relationships. Sooner or later, the virgins will turn into sluts and like sluts, they will compare you to previous lovers. Sex for a man is like a slice of pizza, sex for a woman is like a glass of wine. There is no hope for this world other than hoping for its destruction.
Reply | Threaded
Open this post in threaded view
|

Re: There Is Nothing Sacred Anymore

Humanity
Administrator
Spenta wrote
The fact is that there will be no more virgin brides for men who are looking for serious relationships. Sooner or later, the virgins will turn into sluts and like sluts, they will compare you to previous lovers. Sex for a man is like a slice of pizza, sex for a woman is like a glass of wine. There is no hope for this world other than hoping for its destruction.
I do know virgins. I think if a man is sincere and shows that he is, and is willing to work for it, he can still find decent women. But I'm looking at the big picture. I have a difficult time building a good life, so how much more difficult would my children have it?

When virtue is destroyed, everything is made into a commodity and treated as a mere resource. This includes things like virginity. Under a sane system, premarital female chastity would be valued and the culture would promote that, getting more of the same. It would mean no decent man would ever have to worry about not finding a virgin bride one day. It would be an unlimited resource based in a virtuous system that produces it.

That is the ultimate reason for my despair.
Reply | Threaded
Open this post in threaded view
|

Re: There Is Nothing Sacred Anymore

Drealm
In reply to this post by Humanity
When you can't control the world around you, choosing to let go gives both a sense of mourning and freedom. You mourn for what could have been, but you no longer feel responsible for trying to save something that's dying. This is how I felt when I abandoned my mother's entire family five years ago. My mother’s family is one step above a den of thieves. I could no longer trust my family so I gave up on having a mother, aunt, cousins or my future children ever experiencing a grandmother.

If I have children they will have no connection to their past and they will live in isolation. Seeing as I didn't meet three of my four grandparents and none of my father's family, the last thing I ever wanted to do is limit my future children's connection to their past even further. My family was sacred to me and I didn’t want to let them go, but it’s all I could do. No matter how successful I can become in other respects, this will be lost forever.

I view losing a culture the same way as I view losing my family. Culture is not something we can replace. The reaction to culture being lost is usually slow. When people do react they are always too late and too corrupt to restore the real thing, just as in the case of modern churches. But I would go further to say seeing people perverting old practices is even more tragic then witnessing the initial decline. It’s almost as if a culture is being tortured instead of just abruptly killed off.

So in the end you can suffer from the corruption of society or you can avoid society entirely and suffer from isolation. Of course I’ve made the choice to suffer from isolation over corruption. But every now and then when I’m feeling particularly isolated I wonder if it would be better to somehow take a pill that makes me accept everything that’s corrupt as normal. The option doesn’t exist so I accept isolation for the time being.

I know we’ll never be able to build a duplicate of the past. Whatever good comes in the future will have to be something new. If I want a larger family, this will have to come from having new children. If I want a community I can trust, this will have to come from uniting new people who don’t currently know each other.

I think I have more hope than you Humanity, but not by much. I have just enough hope to take advantage of an opportunity if it arises. I’m not going to start a Jihad like the Islamic State, but I will join one if it comes through my town. The best I can do is keep a few connections alive to people who agree with me and hope something happens that I can’t currently foresee. If I can put myself in enough situations where I meet like minded people, maybe a spark will ignite. I wouldn’t asked someone to have anymore hope than the bare minimum in such an overwhelmingly pessimistic world.
Reply | Threaded
Open this post in threaded view
|

Re: There Is Nothing Sacred Anymore

Spenta
In reply to this post by Humanity
Humanity wrote
Spenta wrote
The fact is that there will be no more virgin brides for men who are looking for serious relationships. Sooner or later, the virgins will turn into sluts and like sluts, they will compare you to previous lovers. Sex for a man is like a slice of pizza, sex for a woman is like a glass of wine. There is no hope for this world other than hoping for its destruction.
I do know virgins. I think if a man is sincere and shows that he is, and is willing to work for it, he can still find decent women. But I'm looking at the big picture. I have a difficult time building a good life, so how much more difficult would my children have it?

When virtue is destroyed, everything is made into a commodity and treated as a mere resource. This includes things like virginity. Under a sane system, premarital female chastity would be valued and the culture would promote that, getting more of the same. It would mean no decent man would ever have to worry about not finding a virgin bride one day. It would be an unlimited resource based in a virtuous system that produces it.

That is the ultimate reason for my despair.
Men and women both are the cause of such destruction of virtue. I cannot blame women for trying to conform what they think is 'normal' due to peer pressure and what they think is 'cool'. Everyone is to blame for letting it happen under their noses. Sooner or later, they will suffer the consequences of their actions. However, many ancient, medieval and pre-modern societies have their own definition of what is considered to be virtue. If virginity is on a physical basis only, then what of individuals who have been raped or people who were never born with a hymen? Are we to assume that that they became depraved upon rape or were born depraved? Which is why I tend to view virginity on a spiritual and emotional basis rather than a physical one. It is not the act that makes one depraved, but their thoughts and inclinations towards it. In Islam they take virginity very seriously on a physical basis but overlook bestiality and pedophilia. I heard it is common for youths and young teenagers in Muslim societies to copulate with animals such as sheep, goats, donkeys and camels. Within Islam, bestiality is not considered to be 'haram', but to be 'makruh'. That bestiality is not forbidden in Islam, just discouraged but permissible. But it is not my business to tell others what is considered moral or immoral, especially if it conflicts with that they consider to be moral or immoral. But overall, I think people should be guided by the morals and customs of their traditional society, what they think is right or wrong. Good decisions lead to good outcomes, while bad decisions lead to bad outcomes. It is not my fault whenever someone acts like a slut and ends up getting sexually transmitted diseases or AIDS. In fact, they deserved it for being such a depraved whore because they reaped what they had sown.
Reply | Threaded
Open this post in threaded view
|

Re: There Is Nothing Sacred Anymore

Humanity
Administrator
In reply to this post by Drealm
Drealm wrote
When you can't control the world around you, choosing to let go gives both a sense of mourning and freedom. You mourn for what could have been, but you no longer feel responsible for trying to save something that's dying. This is how I felt when I abandoned my mother's entire family five years ago. My mother’s family is one step above a den of thieves. I could no longer trust my family so I gave up on having a mother, aunt, cousins or my future children ever experiencing a grandmother.
That's how I felt when I finally gave up on America. When I realized it was completely hopeless, I finally accepted that I could leave. I mourned for a long time, constantly thinking of what America could still be today. But when freedom hit me, it changed everything. And that's where I thought the solution was...

If I have children they will have no connection to their past and they will live in isolation. Seeing as I didn't meet three of my four grandparents and none of my father's family, the last thing I ever wanted to do is limit my future children's connection to their past even further. My family was sacred to me and I didn’t want to let them go, but it’s all I could do. No matter how successful I can become in other respects, this will be lost forever.
And even further than that, it would likely mean any overt evidence of your lineage will disappear if you settle down with a wife and start a family in a foreign country. I struggle with thinking about this. Let's say I married a Chinese woman. Our children will have white and Chinese features and will be light skinned. But when our children grow up and marry, and they would probably marry other Chinese, the resulting grandchildren will look overwhelmingly Chinese. They will still be my descendants. But there will be no overt evidence that my genes were passed on, even though they were. And they will have no past, no history from my family. In two generations, even if I could have descendants, anything left of me will be gone.

I view losing a culture the same way as I view losing my family. Culture is not something we can replace. The reaction to culture being lost is usually slow. When people do react they are always too late and too corrupt to restore the real thing, just as in the case of modern churches. But I would go further to say seeing people perverting old practices is even more tragic then witnessing the initial decline. It’s almost as if a culture is being tortured instead of just abruptly killed off.
Yeah, I would rather it all just get over with so I could move on. An abrupt end to a culture would be more humane overall.

So in the end you can suffer from the corruption of society or you can avoid society entirely and suffer from isolation. Of course I’ve made the choice to suffer from isolation over corruption. But every now and then when I’m feeling particularly isolated I wonder if it would be better to somehow take a pill that makes me accept everything that’s corrupt as normal. The option doesn’t exist so I accept isolation for the time being.
Age old question, and I don't know what I would choose if I did have the choice. it would basically just mean making yourself ignorant, which as the saying goes, does tend to result in happier people. I have been isolated since I returned to the U.S., although for now I am able to regard it as solitude. Having lived abroad for over a year, I don't value any companionship I could have here outside of family and a few close friends. So that helps me accept isolation in a positive light.

I know we’ll never be able to build a duplicate of the past. Whatever good comes in the future will have to be something new. If I want a larger family, this will have to come from having new children. If I want a community I can trust, this will have to come from uniting new people who don’t currently know each other.
Yes. And this is why I am so hopeless. While we technically may have the resources, the level of sacrifice, coordination, and time/effort involved is staggeringly massive. And this coming from me, who will be very fortunate indeed to ever break out and go abroad again to start a family.

I think I have more hope than you Humanity, but not by much. I have just enough hope to take advantage of an opportunity if it arises. I’m not going to start a Jihad like the Islamic State, but I will join one if it comes through my town. The best I can do is keep a few connections alive to people who agree with me and hope something happens that I can’t currently foresee. If I can put myself in enough situations where I meet like minded people, maybe a spark will ignite. I wouldn’t asked someone to have anymore hope than the bare minimum in such an overwhelmingly pessimistic world.
Don't ever discount the power of those "sparks." I've had them happen in my life before, occasionally striking when everything seemed hopeless. They've gotten me out binds before. It's not enough for me to be hopeful, as I've experienced these sparks as a very individualistic thing. They come, do their thing, and then go.
Reply | Threaded
Open this post in threaded view
|

Re: There Is Nothing Sacred Anymore

Spenta
The only hope is for the world to go on its own business and accept depravity for what it is. Eventually a co-alpha society will rise amongst the ashes of a failed omega/feminist society. But it might not be within our own lifetime. I think of the world as not linear, but as in cycles. We just happen to be born in an omega/feminist-dominated era. Within ashes of a fallen remnants of a world, a new one rises it to take its place and so forth.

Eventually humanity will regain the values of morality only to lose it again in a matter of generations through decadence. We are going through a decadent time in history. This current structure is unsustainable for the long run. Technology is going make decadence and degeneracy happen even faster. When the world becomes completely degenerate, some individuals will band together and once again form a co-alpha society.

http://thetechnologyproblem.github.io/
Reply | Threaded
Open this post in threaded view
|

Re: There Is Nothing Sacred Anymore

Humanity
Administrator
That's a fairly optimistic view. I just tend to think that if feminism isn't eventually overthrown, it will just end up destroying the planet. The only consolation from that is at least that wickedness will eventually destroy itself too and will not be victorious in the end. If I could think that a CoAlpha type of society could arise after the present Mad Age is over? Even that, though it would never touch me, would give me much more peace inside.

I just know the planet cannot take the degradation forever. Both the natural world and human cultures cannot be abused forever, and feminism harms both. One way or another, the cycle must be broken. And it can only break in two ways: because humanity learned, or because it finally destroyed fully the world.
Reply | Threaded
Open this post in threaded view
|

Re: There Is Nothing Sacred Anymore

ShaunS
Hi,

I have a question. What about the Freemasons? I'm not clear if the CoAlpha's are for or against, but freemasonry used to be quite popular in America. I'm not a freemason myself so I don't know much about them, but I do know one or two and I see how they interact with each other.

The freemasons are a brotherhood. They have rank. They help each other. They trust each other. Of course they are a little odd and there are rumours of altered brain chemistry (adrenochrome).

Perhaps becoming a freemason would provide some of the answers. They don't allow women but probably have some arrangement with prostitutes. They claim to be religious. They do try to take over (or at least they used to before their numbers declined).