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RaceCreatesCulture 1 point ago +1 / -0

By doing comedy shows you mean you're the standup comedian?

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RaceCreatesCulture 1 point ago +1 / -0

I feel like God's plan for me is this path that I'm on. Why? Because it's not enough. God knows that. If I had enough I wouldn't be using my brain to try something else and this topic even was part of God's plan. I wouldn't be asking if I wasn't trying. I will get there but I will get there the way God has in store for me.

I didn't think I would like Thailand as much as I did. The people there are a breath of fresh air compared to Canada. So unguarded, trusting and just enjoyable to be around. If someone doesn't like Thailand I feel like they may need to deep dive into who they truly are and if they're a good person.

Christianity didn't work for me because I still have salt in this Earth. My heart isn't stone. I still have fight in me for this place, now. Christianity is good. I like the religion. It just doesn't do anything for me in this place, right now. I believe it's a right religion. I believe it's a good religion. It's just not a religion that can serve me at this moment.

What do you think I should combine finance with? Most of the finance industry is a scam, tbh. Most people who want to use finance in this world only mean to use it for evil. Using finance for good is not an easy task. I have no interest of scamming people even if it would make me a millionaire. I'm not that kind of person.

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RaceCreatesCulture 1 point ago +1 / -0

I was trying to move to Thailand for a bit. I after got a job in Warsaw years ago... Maybe I should try that again.

You are right about the get really good at something. Only thing I know I'm way better at than most people is financial decisions. I can figure the value of something and whether it's a good investment or not way better than anyone else. Not that useful of a skill because once you get good at it you realize most real money in this world is made through the use of the government's power which I have no control over. Most other money is fairly accurately priced more or less.

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RaceCreatesCulture 4 points ago +4 / -0

The last church I went to asked everyone to pray to politicians for bringing world peace. I don't think you realize how bad Canadian churches are.

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RaceCreatesCulture 2 points ago +2 / -0

Hahaha, I mean. Truthfully, if I did a communal garden it wouldn't be to garden, it would be to chat with the other gardeners.

My mother has a huge garden that's 100% on a huge steep at an angle. She gets comments from the whole neighborhood on her garden. People who rent Airbnb's nearby leave reviews on the airbnb of how amazing the neighbors garden is haha. She gives me any vegetable I want in abundance all summer. She also has flower beds galore all around her yard. It's quite the sight. Gardening isn't for me though. If I ever did have a wife I would hope she gardens though.

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RaceCreatesCulture 2 points ago +2 / -0

The only thing I've truly valued in life throughout my whole life was friendship. I like traveling because I have fun experiences with other people, which is the only thing I value: doing things with others and enjoying the company of others. I'm a very social person I guess in that regard.

So I do try to seek this out but it's not easy. I find the more I try sometimes the harder it is.

I've lived in 9 different cities in Canada already. If I move it has to be in a different country. Canada isn't it. Problem is being able to get a comparable job in a diff country where I can still enjoy life. That's tough. Moving to a diff country and being poor isn't necessarily going to improve things for me.

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RaceCreatesCulture 3 points ago +3 / -0

I would enjoy raising kids under the right circumstances.

Those circumstances cannot be met.

For example, these are hard rules for me:

  • Kids must be home schooled
  • Wife must not work
  • Wife must cook all meals and keep the house clean
  • Work for rearing the children is the wife's primary responsibility

These are hard rules for me. I could never enjoy raising children if these weren't met. These are not going to be met and also meet the requisites I require in a wife to want to live with her and not kill myself.

Trust me, meeting my requisites for wife and children is just not possible to be met. I know. I spent almost a decade looking. After a while one has to move on. That's not the avenue for me.

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RaceCreatesCulture 4 points ago +5 / -1

I work. "Real" work is not a thing. The question you should be asking is "does the work you do benefit the community?"

I used to be involved in business where I was not happy with the product/service because I felt like it was detrimental to society so I switched jobs to something a little better.

I couldn't imagine being one of those people that have to paint the sidewalk the trans flag. They're out there doing "real" work at ruining my community.

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RaceCreatesCulture 2 points ago +2 / -0

Then just say your advice.

Advice: Take what you want. No one will give you anything. Get out there and start doing things to get what you want.

Advice like that is often what I tell people. But it doesn't mean one will succeed at anything. A person's dream might be to make the NBA and he may train for it all his life but then miss the draft. I'm at this point. The question is, where do I put my focus now that getting in the NBA won't happen. You might suggest hey, play for a minor league instead but that might not be good enough so perhaps a different path is the way. A cousin of mine once had a similar decision regarding a pro sports league and he chose to go to med school instead of continue to try to make it pro. It was a wise decision.

I tried for the pro team and didn't make it. I need other paths other than trying the same thing over and over again. I believe one man's definition of insanity is continuing to do the exact same thing over and expecting different results.

You're simply telling me to keep doing what I've already done. Doing what I've already done has got me here already.

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RaceCreatesCulture 3 points ago +4 / -1

I won't answer a question like "real" work because your demeaning the value of work people do just because it doesn't meet your narrow standards. You'd have to define "real" work first.

I cooked myself dinner last night. That's real work, right? Otherwise, are you suggesting the contributions a wife makes to the household isn't real work?

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RaceCreatesCulture 2 points ago +3 / -1

You would do well to learn the teachings of Christ. The hatred in your heart for those who could be your brother is not good at all. Save the hatred for evil.

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RaceCreatesCulture 4 points ago +5 / -1

I guess you were just projecting when you called me entitled and prideful. Here you are insulting others asking for advice. What's wrong with you?

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RaceCreatesCulture 3 points ago +5 / -2

If that's your attitude you can see why others wouldn't care to do anything for any community you call your own, right? Any community I help I would make sure you're not a member of.

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RaceCreatesCulture 2 points ago +3 / -1

Long winded way of saying "lower your standards". I would rather die than lower my standards in women. If that means ending thousands of years of hard work by my ancestors to get me here then good, they have only themselves to blame for creating me in the way in which I am such that I have the standards that I do.

I will not lower my standards.

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RaceCreatesCulture 5 points ago +5 / -0

I'm in Banking and it seems to have weathered it fairly well. Computers do most of the real work and bankers hardly added value themselves. There's always just enough White men around to handle anything serious. Also, given that all the people the bankers are dealing with are also DIE fags, the expectations are lower overall so companies hardly even realize the banker quality has gone down since their quality has gone down too. Also, banks seem to profit no matter what happens to society. Whether society goes up or down, the banks profit.

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RaceCreatesCulture 3 points ago +3 / -0

Hmm, there is a communal garden right by where I live. Maybe I'll rent a plot. I'll wear my communist attire whenever I'm tending to the communal garden and act like I'm a big fan of Karl Marx. Could be entertaining...

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RaceCreatesCulture 3 points ago +3 / -0

I've definitely contemplated that route before. I remember when I was younger I read a news article about some Harvard MBA grad that threw his career away and studied with some Tibetan monks instead. At the time I thought such a thing was ridiculous but now I understand it fully. The quest for meaning... I knew another guy who was big into O&G work way up north making tons of money then one day became a big born again Christian and wanted to be a preacher.

That's not my calling though. Not the worst idea though.

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RaceCreatesCulture 2 points ago +3 / -1

Do you believe jews control White dominant societies?

How many jews are there? How many White people are there? Why then do jews manage to control the White dominant societies despite there being so many White people?

It is not quantity of people that is important but QUALITY of people. I would support my race if I could improve the genetics of my offspring but that requires the right woman which I don't have access to.

Business/Creative endeavors are good and it's not like I haven't tried either. They just aren't things you can will into existence and find success. I guess I'll keep on that tangent though. I've got a lot of folders of business and creative ventures... Maybe I'll try dusting them off.

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RaceCreatesCulture 2 points ago +2 / -0

The latter has been what always has interested me. Maybe I need to reevaluate it. I did find God and we did our thing but that's it. God seems to enjoy keeping me in this place for whatever purpose.

As you say, anything worldly is fleeting but anything out of this world is out of this time so at best it's a dream to me.

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RaceCreatesCulture 5 points ago +5 / -0

No, I lost access to suitable women for procreating.

I would only procreate with a skinny, submissive, 18yo virgin white girl. This woman was already unattainable when I was younger but now she's for sure unattainable as I've aged.

I know myself and my genetics. If I procreated with a woman who was anything but I would be setting myself up for misery as well as my kids. I would just be creating a new cycle of unhappiness rather than breaking the cycle and improving the outcome of my children. I would be engaging in dysgenics instead of eugenics. From my perspective, procreating for the sake of procreating is not a worthy cause in itself. I must procreate to elevate my genetic lineage rather than degrade it otherwise the most noble thing to do is end the line.

You know who procreates for the sake of procreating? Criminal men with broken families living in poverty. They sweep into one single mothers house to pop a new kid into her and then move along to the next. I don't consider these men anyway superior just because they created a child. Jesus Christ had no children that doesn't mean he failed in life. Life is not about creating kids for the sake of kids. If I am going to have kids, I must create better kids than myself and I cannot do that because I do not have access to the women this would be possible with.

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RaceCreatesCulture 3 points ago +3 / -0

Yeah, Canada is actually a huge problem. The more I've traveled the more it becomes apparent just how bad Canada is. It might seriously be one of the worst white dominant countries in the world. UK, Australia and NZ give Canada a run for its money though.

I never found success in getting a job in the USA. I guess with $100k I could just pay for some overpriced school program and "wing it". That might be worth considering tbh. I'll have to reevaluate this. In the past I thought it was too much of a waste of money but now it seems I don't care about the money so maybe...

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RaceCreatesCulture 5 points ago +6 / -1

Not interested. I will only provide for a community that provides for me and I don't feel any community has provided enough to me to have earned any duty toward it from me.

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RaceCreatesCulture 4 points ago +4 / -0

I'm glad you found a purpose in life in your child and family. You should be thankful for that because not every man will get that even if he tries. I think some genetic analysis study I read suggested only about ~40% of men ever born have had children.

I did pursue that path before when I was younger but nothing came of it. Unfortunately, that path is closed off to me now.

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RaceCreatesCulture 4 points ago +7 / -3

Send me your 18yo daughter. I expect her to be beautiful and wholly submissive to me. Otherwise, I have 0 interest in women and starting a family.

Yes, the fake gratitude might be worth something. It does change one's mindset. In a lot of spirituality texts they do speak to fake gratitude and love as being a requisite for ascending which is why Christianity has a usefulness. Might be worth trying actually. Good advice.

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