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RE: Leading cause of death for Australian men 15-44 is suicide
(06-15-2019 06:10 AM)CynicalContrarian Wrote:  
(06-15-2019 05:40 AM)Rorogue Wrote:  The problem I see with Australia ... should take that.


Yep.
No real identity.
No real culture.
No real purpose.

"Just placate yourselves with beer, boobs & balls (sport), ya' blumin' NPC!
But best you be prepared to die for us en-masse!"


I'd agree with this. Huge numbers of Aussie guys don't really have a purpose in life, and with the current fetish for the mainstream narrative telling them they're at fault for everything I could see a charismatic leader taking the country from zero to jackboots in a few short years. If we could get a actual leader of course...
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RE: Leading cause of death for Australian men 15-44 is suicide
The reason for suicides is the high unemployment rate we have in Australia, for example Engineering hiring managers have a quota of 50/50 for each gender.
This is despite the fact that 90% of people who study engineering are males, It's getting harder and harder as a man on Australia to find a job.
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RE: Leading cause of death for Australian men 15-44 is suicide
(06-15-2019 09:23 PM)Georgepithyou Wrote:  The reason for suicides is the high unemployment rate we have in Australia, for example Engineering hiring managers have a quota of 50/50 for each gender.
This is despite the fact that 90% of people who study engineering are males, It's getting harder and harder as a man on Australia to find a job.

I have male friends in the Australia that can't join the police force or the army due to the bullshit quotes. A couple years ago, the Australian Army recruiters refused to recruit based on quotes hence were all fired.

20 Things Deeply Wrong With Australia
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RE: Leading cause of death for Australian men 15-44 is suicide
(06-15-2019 09:08 PM)Bluey Wrote:  I'd agree with this. Huge numbers of Aussie guys don't really have a purpose in life, and with the current fetish for the mainstream narrative telling them they're at fault for everything I could see a charismatic leader taking the country from zero to jackboots in a few short years. If we could get a actual leader of course...

It could easily go the New Zealand way too... Australia could end up with a Jacinta Adern style puppet.
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RE: Leading cause of death for Australian men 15-44 is suicide
(06-15-2019 09:31 PM)JackinMelbourne Wrote:  
(06-15-2019 09:08 PM)Bluey Wrote:  I'd agree with this. Huge numbers of Aussie guys don't really have a purpose in life, and with the current fetish for the mainstream narrative telling them they're at fault for everything I could see a charismatic leader taking the country from zero to jackboots in a few short years. If we could get a actual leader of course...

It could easily go the New Zealand way too... Australia could end up with a Jacinta Adern style puppet.

With the complete lack of anything remotely like leadership in out political class, that's probably more likely. Undecided
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RE: Leading cause of death for Australian men 15-44 is suicide
I return back to Melbourne (well I now live just outside Melbourne) tomorrow after a 17 day trip in Bali and Bangkok.. Fuck I needed that. Was a deeply angry man in the few months/couple of years before. The culture was eating me up inside.

Walking 2km down Sukhumvit in BK I encounter more life and culture than in 6 months in Melbourne.

It wasn't even about women. It was about people LIVING. Doing their job and being grateful for what they have.

I plan on living the spiritual life and focussing on my work.
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RE: Leading cause of death for Australian men 15-44 is suicide
(06-16-2019 04:33 AM)Rorogue Wrote:  I return back to Melbourne (well I now live just outside Melbourne) tomorrow after a 17 day trip in Bali and Bangkok.. Fuck I needed that. Was a deeply angry man in the few months/couple of years before. The culture was eating me up inside.

Walking 2km down Sukhumvit in BK I encounter more life and culture than in 6 months in Melbourne.

It wasn't even about women. It was about people LIVING. Doing their job and being grateful for what they have.

I plan on living the spiritual life and focussing on my work.

I know the feeling man. Everything is just so faked out and shallow in Australia.

I can't wait to move out of Australia. Unfortunately i have to sort out my money and other things first.

"And guess what, you might have a feeling that youre destined for something else, and that any day now it will dawn on you, but it will remain that, just a feeling that you use as a crutch to never focus on anything", Beirut.
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RE: Leading cause of death for Australian men 15-44 is suicide
(06-15-2019 09:23 PM)Georgepithyou Wrote:  The reason for suicides is the high unemployment rate we have in Australia, for example Engineering hiring managers have a quota of 50/50 for each gender.
This is despite the fact that 90% of people who study engineering are males, It's getting harder and harder as a man on Australia to find a job.

I would also add all the feminist anti male propaganda and all the media anti white propaganda as well to this. It doesn't help to live life with stress and financial difficulty when you are literally blamed for everything that's wrong by the media and other useless parasites ...

"And guess what, you might have a feeling that youre destined for something else, and that any day now it will dawn on you, but it will remain that, just a feeling that you use as a crutch to never focus on anything", Beirut.
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RE: Leading cause of death for Australian men 15-44 is suicide
(06-16-2019 04:33 AM)Rorogue Wrote:  I return back to Melbourne (well I now live just outside Melbourne) tomorrow after a 17 day trip in Bali and Bangkok.. Fuck I needed that. Was a deeply angry man in the few months/couple of years before. The culture was eating me up inside.

Walking 2km down Sukhumvit in BK I encounter more life and culture than in 6 months in Melbourne.

It wasn't even about women. It was about people LIVING. Doing their job and being grateful for what they have.

I plan on living the spiritual life and focussing on my work.



I have been writing a diary of sorts on my trip. In the spirit of what we've been talking on this thread, I'd like to share my entry from tonight:

It's the 17th night. I've just flown from Bangkok back to Denpasar, and I'm leaving for Melbourne at noon tomorrow. I've come to the end of my trip, and I feel emptiness. Not in a bad way. Emptiness in the Buddhist sense.

I'm having a cigarette on my balcony at 10.30pm- I'd only slept 2 hours the night before, so have just woken from a 5 hour nap. I have a slight headache and, looking out over the pool, a flicker of a thought comes across my mind- how stupid an idea it would be if I were to jump.*

I've seen people living blissfully on 1/100th of the money that I have. I'd heard the story of the old woman who made breakfast for the guests every morning at my Bangkok Comfort Inn- that she slept on the street outside the hotel every night.

My mind has been rotten my entire adult life- seeing the things that I don't have, not appreciating the oceans of what has been given to me.

My heart had been filled with lust for the past 12 years- wanting womankind to give me every bit of the wholeness that I had denied myself.

But, even so, I don't feel shame over this. Shame is what I have lived in my whole life as well- the yin to the lust's yan.

The feelings I've had about my life have completely impacted it. When I had riches, I'd focused on where I was limited.

When I had the love or admiration of a woman, I'd focused on the two billion that, at that moment, didnt feel the same way.

I have been surrounded by gold my entire life- yet saw myself as a pauper. After years- and years of telling myself this, it had started to come true.


*I had described in an entry after the first night of the trip (a night of excess and lust that left me feeling emptiness), how I looked over the pool while having a cigarette, and a flicker of a thought had come across my mind to jump.
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RE: Leading cause of death for Australian men 15-44 is suicide
(06-15-2019 09:06 PM)bucky Wrote:  Although I don't even like those 99% odds. Goes along with what I've read that it's not as uncommon as people think to survive an attempted suicide with a firearm. Then you're no better off and maimed for life. Another reason not to do it and try to figure out some way to work through your problems.

Yes.... if you're going to use a gun... make sure you're very far from help and that you've researched how to do it properly.

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(06-16-2019 11:32 AM)Sandstorm Wrote:  
(06-15-2019 09:06 PM)bucky Wrote:  Although I don't even like those 99% odds. Goes along with what I've read that it's not as uncommon as people think to survive an attempted suicide with a firearm. Then you're no better off and maimed for life. Another reason not to do it and try to figure out some way to work through your problems.

Yes.... if you're going to use a gun... make sure you're very far from help and that you've researched how to do it properly.

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After her face transplant:

Looking at that tragic faith I count myself lucky to have learned the; "you don`t know what you`ve got till it`s gone" lesson once and for all. (And before it was to late.)

We will stomp to the top with the wind in our teeth.

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RE: Leading cause of death for Australian men 15-44 is suicide
^^
That 1% that survived the shotgun almost certainly 1. used birdshot to blow away their face, jaw, and eyeballs, leaving cranium intact 2. jerked at the last moment, diverting most of the blast 3. didn't aim far well enough to hit bulk of the brain/brain stem.

Best to row out into the ocean, O/D and poison self, blast a hole in the bottom of the boat, then shoot self in the head. Just to be sure.
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(06-16-2019 08:41 AM)KnjazMihailo Wrote:  
(06-16-2019 04:33 AM)Rorogue Wrote:  I return back to Melbourne (well I now live just outside Melbourne) tomorrow after a 17 day trip in Bali and Bangkok.. Fuck I needed that. Was a deeply angry man in the few months/couple of years before. The culture was eating me up inside.

Walking 2km down Sukhumvit in BK I encounter more life and culture than in 6 months in Melbourne.

It wasn't even about women. It was about people LIVING. Doing their job and being grateful for what they have.

I plan on living the spiritual life and focussing on my work.

I know the feeling man. Everything is just so faked out and shallow in Australia.

I can't wait to move out of Australia. Unfortunately i have to sort out my money and other things first.

Little holidays can be rejuvenating.

Living in a place like Thailand or Bali would present it's own difficulties- less creature comforts, have to use bottled water just to brush teeth etc. Also not as cheap as I thought it would be.

The winning way I think- if you can't live overseas- is to take every ounce of enlightenment out of your time overseas and change your mental/physical/spiritual patterns when you return home.
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(06-16-2019 03:07 PM)Solitaire Wrote:  ^^
That 1% that survived the shotgun almost certainly 1. used birdshot to blow away their face, jaw, and eyeballs, leaving cranium intact 2. jerked at the last moment, diverting most of the blast 3. didn't aim far well enough to hit bulk of the brain/brain stem.

Best to row out into the ocean, O/D and poison self, blast a hole in the bottom of the boat, then shoot self in the head. Just to be sure.

That might work, but personally I`m trying to avoid death/aging if a can. There`s enough time in the universe, and quite a few things to see and learn out there.

Killing yourself ultimately is testament of a lack of perspective in some ways. You don`t see the opportunities in life. To quote Charles Darwin; "a man who dares waste even an hour, does not understand the value of life." That adds up 3x for someone who commits suicide.

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(06-15-2019 05:45 PM)Greyman Wrote:  [quote='Rigsby' pid='1991998' dateline='1560632374']
Catalyst, it's a shame you didn't want to take me up on the offer of having a quick chat....

Now that's a post.

Truth time. I come here bc this place offers more truths in 3 minutes than any other place in the meat space or cyber. Even to include my VA therapist. Now don't get me wrong, I like her. Do Respect her. Have a genuine affinity for her due to one over-riding issue of mine that changed my lifes' military course that we connect on....

However. I asked her a question and its been months since I've seen her as I think I pissed her off. Now she's been instrumental in getting me my disability rating and for 2 yrs have off and on been seeing her. (I waited 10yrs before even going into the VA to seek help fyi).

But didn't really approve of my relationship that I had with a woman now over (40's man with early 20's woman), has some pretty undisclosed but possible biases that tho to her credit she's never let slip that they may influence her treatments, I'm unsettled lately.

I asked my shrink, a gay black woman that holds possible view points that may be 180* from my objectives given the social climate that frowns on shit like my relationship above...As a straight generally conservative/libertarian white male in this day and age, can you help me?

I/we are located in the epi-center of a THE State and City of liberal (mind) controlled craziness. I think you all can guess my fears. But none the less wanted to give it a chance and asked,
"... can you be objective in your treatment of me going forward with my desires and needs and and see what Truth I'm trying to garner in my life?" (family with a younger woman, settle the abuse from parents that I no longer as of recently talk to, actions I did overseas that now I regret being used as a tool of the oligarchy we have here now...)

I think I have my answer.

So writing this is cathartic more than relevant I guess. I didn't get out of bed for the month of May...broken back plus depression does that to me. I'm one of those dudes that is slowly expiring out of loneliness due to lack of immediate family, waited too long for a wife, kids and a community to be connected to. Yea i know its on me to pick myself up by the ol' boot straps and such....attitude is everything i kno i kno...

Rigsby...talking about how he... as well as I'm sure a bunch of you guys out there who have helped each other out unheralded as well....given solace and an ear to PTSD dudes like myself from possibly doing bad stuff ....is appreciated and necessary.

Keep it up, pass it on, and maybe don't be afraid of PMing someone if you need help or can offer help. Alphabet letter asshats watching this forum aside, good men need to find each other. I'm available to talk as well. That's hard for me to say and put out there but...be the change and shit right?

My PM box is always open dude. And I'm always happy to pick up international phone calls to anyone that wants one.

I've not been there with that whole 'war' thing. But I know guys who have. They don't want to 'speak to someone' who hasn't been there. They want someone to relate to in a non-patronising manner.

I can pass you on to people that just take the piss out of that whole 'mental health' thing. It's a new day.

This is not to shit on the great work that mental health professionals do. They pick up the pieces. It's a thankless task. I was pretty brutal in my last post. They are the backbone that holds it together - without them it really all would fall to pieces.

But someone needs to stir the pot, shake the whole joint up. The mental health system is failing so many people. As usual, the people on the ground get to pick up the pieces, while those higher up get to enjoy the glory. But then again, even that is a gross over-generalisation. Many at the top hold it together in a big way.

Are we talking about the systems in UK, USA, Australia? What about Ukraine? Other Eastern European countries?

It's deeply tragic what goes on in many parts of this world and we are very much shielded from it. Purposely we avoid it.


Btw, Catalyst hit me up, and we're getting a timeline together for us to talk on the phone and him come around to my place and enjoy some beers and play some guitars and look at some stars. We'll even try to do a bit of innocent day game as well for him to find a good girlfriend that will look after him. It probably won't work. But at least we will have tried.

He's traveled from the other side of the planet. He's in hostile EE at the moment, and I want to show him that even though the UK is very much a shit show, we have some good stuff here.






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I'm going to find myself a girl
Who can show me what laughter means
And we'll fill in the missing colors
In each other's paint-by-number dreams
And then we'll put out dark glasses on
And we'll make love until our strength is gone
And when the morning light comes streaming in
We'll get up and do it again
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Holy shit what’s that girls name? The one with the shotgun blast?
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(06-15-2019 09:08 PM)Bluey Wrote:  
(06-15-2019 06:10 AM)CynicalContrarian Wrote:  
(06-15-2019 05:40 AM)Rorogue Wrote:  The problem I see with Australia ... should take that.


Yep.
No real identity.
No real culture.
No real purpose.

"Just placate yourselves with beer, boobs & balls (sport), ya' blumin' NPC!
But best you be prepared to die for us en-masse!"


I'd agree with this. Huge numbers of Aussie guys don't really have a purpose in life, and with the current fetish for the mainstream narrative telling them they're at fault for everything I could see a charismatic leader taking the country from zero to jackboots in a few short years. If we could get a actual leader of course...

Most men don't have a purpose in life.

Even betas like me are fucking raging at being castrated.

It isn't just other alpha males we have to look out for (they are the least of our worries, being castrated themselves). It's the managerialist ***** that cut us down at every point.

I'm too old to fight now though I'd like to give it a go. Banana

But young champs won't be taking it so well in a decade or so. So the game is on to cut their bollocks right off.

See the neutering of this forum and meetups. How they went after Roosh, while quite frankly, and no offense, no one had ever heard of, until he got plastered all over the fucking main news on BBC!

But men are pussy whipped. By their women and by the state.

I get it. Women are humans too. We shouldn't rape them and beat them and murder them. But jesus fuck (excuse my blasphemy) how many of us want to do that?

Men are painted as beasts. We are second class citizens now.

Just waiting for that back of the bus Rosa Parks moment.

I jest, but look how the whole LGBTBBQ thing jumped off the back of 'black rights'.

And it saddens me that many of our black brothers don't stick by us because we talk about 'politics' too much, and don't want to discuss the finer points of smashing inter-racial pussy. I generalise. No offense.

We have so much more in common than we have differences. But it seems like we all just don't get along.

Everyone is waiting for a leader. For someone to speak the unthinkable. To give us 'the unbelievable truth'.

Roosh has done a pretty good job of that. But like Tommy Robinson, his work is done now. He's already caused massive chaos. Like few men have ever done. Love him or hate him.

Now he wants meaning and to enjoy life.

And we have this small space left, to regroup, to find meaning, ourselves.

How will we do it?

I'm really hoping some of the heavy hitters of this forum will come back and just post the odd piece. Even if it is just to say goodbye, in a good way. If that is how they feel.

So much potential. I'm surprised Roosh has carried this on his shoulders for so long.

There is so much to say.

I think that will do for now.


Oz guys are way cool. The chicks not so much.
But they need to start lifting the heavy weight.
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RE: Leading cause of death for Australian men 15-44 is suicide
(06-16-2019 08:19 PM)Rigsby Wrote:  
(06-15-2019 09:08 PM)Bluey Wrote:  
(06-15-2019 06:10 AM)CynicalContrarian Wrote:  
(06-15-2019 05:40 AM)Rorogue Wrote:  The problem I see with Australia ... should take that.


Yep.
No real identity.
No real culture.
No real purpose.

"Just placate yourselves with beer, boobs & balls (sport), ya' blumin' NPC!
But best you be prepared to die for us en-masse!"


I'd agree with this. Huge numbers of Aussie guys don't really have a purpose in life, and with the current fetish for the mainstream narrative telling them they're at fault for everything I could see a charismatic leader taking the country from zero to jackboots in a few short years. If we could get a actual leader of course...

Most men don't have a purpose in life.

Even betas like me are fucking raging at being castrated.

It isn't just other alpha males we have to look out for (they are the least of our worries, being castrated themselves). It's the managerialist ***** that cut us down at every point.

I'm too old to fight now though I'd like to give it a go. Banana

But young champs won't be taking it so well in a decade or so. So the game is on to cut their bollocks right off.

See the neutering of this forum and meetups. How they went after Roosh, while quite frankly, and no offense, no one had ever heard of, until he got plastered all over the fucking main news on BBC!

But men are pussy whipped. By their women and by the state.

I get it. Women are humans too. We shouldn't rape them and beat them and murder them. But jesus fuck (excuse my blasphemy) how many of us want to do that?

Men are painted as beasts. We are second class citizens now.

Just waiting for that back of the bus Rosa Parks moment.

I jest, but look how the whole LGBTBBQ thing jumped off the back of 'black rights'.

And it saddens me that many of our black brothers don't stick by us because we talk about 'politics' too much, and don't want to discuss the finer points of smashing inter-racial pussy. I generalise. No offense.

We have so much more in common than we have differences. But it seems like we all just don't get along. Everyone is waiting for a leader. For someone to speak the unthinkable. To give us 'the unbelievable truth'.

Roosh has done a pretty good job of that. But like Tommy Robinson, his work is done now. He's already caused massive chaos. Like few men have ever done. Love him or hate him.

Now he wants meaning and to enjoy life.

And we have this small space left, to regroup, to find meaning, ourselves.

How will we do it?

I'm really hoping some of the heavy hitters of this forum will come back and just post the odd piece. Even if it is just to say goodbye, in a good way. If that is how they feel.

So much potential. I'm surprised Roosh has carried this on his shoulders for so long.

There is so much to say.

I think that will do for now.


Oz guys are way cool. The chicks not so much.
But they need to start lifting the heavy weight.

Well I'm right there with you on this one Rigsby!. To explain the reason most Black Brothers are disconnected, I'll use a line from the great late Patrice O'neal. I'm really really down with you... but I have a hard time standing beside you... because more than just a little of your friends hate my guts!(His quote from watching the Obama Deception Documentary!) When some people like Richard Spencer seem to constantly talk about us... even though we don't control shit... it's a bit hard to identify with a movement he's associated with... while he stays mum on the Real Controlers of the World

This article by Athlone McGinnis about how Black America has predicted our future is easily part of the Top 5 Pieces on ROK. Indeed there's an Anti-White sentiment... simply because it's your turn for destruction. These Aliens at the top hate everybody... they just hate you a bit less!

And unfortunately this thread shows how places like Australia are starting to simply be a raw deal for Men!
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RE: Leading cause of death for Australian men 15-44 is suicide
Back in Melbourne 1 hour taking a taxi home and already feel the lack of spirituality. Nothing but frowning faces. Something is definately missing in this place. The soul of the culture has left.
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RE: Leading cause of death for Australian men 15-44 is suicide
(06-17-2019 06:07 AM)Rorogue Wrote:  Back in Melbourne 1 hour taking a taxi home and already feel the lack of spirituality. Nothing but frowning faces. Something is definately missing in this place. The soul of the culture has left.

They say with towns like London & Seattle; the lack of sunlight & therefore vitamin D, adds to depression rates.
So, noting Melbourne's notorious weather & the lack of beaches to enjoy what sunshine you may get...
06-17-2019 07:26 AM
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RE: Leading cause of death for Australian men 15-44 is suicide
(06-16-2019 10:36 AM)Rorogue Wrote:  
(06-16-2019 04:33 AM)Rorogue Wrote:  I return back to Melbourne (well I now live just outside Melbourne) tomorrow after a 17 day trip in Bali and Bangkok.. Fuck I needed that. Was a deeply angry man in the few months/couple of years before. The culture was eating me up inside.

Walking 2km down Sukhumvit in BK I encounter more life and culture than in 6 months in Melbourne.

It wasn't even about women. It was about people LIVING. Doing their job and being grateful for what they have.

I plan on living the spiritual life and focussing on my work.



I have been writing a diary of sorts on my trip. In the spirit of what we've been talking on this thread, I'd like to share my entry from tonight:

It's the 17th night. I've just flown from Bangkok back to Denpasar, and I'm leaving for Melbourne at noon tomorrow. I've come to the end of my trip, and I feel emptiness. Not in a bad way. Emptiness in the Buddhist sense.

I'm having a cigarette on my balcony at 10.30pm- I'd only slept 2 hours the night before, so have just woken from a 5 hour nap. I have a slight headache and, looking out over the pool, a flicker of a thought comes across my mind- how stupid an idea it would be if I were to jump.*

I've seen people living blissfully on 1/100th of the money that I have. I'd heard the story of the old woman who made breakfast for the guests every morning at my Bangkok Comfort Inn- that she slept on the street outside the hotel every night.

My mind has been rotten my entire adult life- seeing the things that I don't have, not appreciating the oceans of what has been given to me.

My heart had been filled with lust for the past 12 years- wanting womankind to give me every bit of the wholeness that I had denied myself.

But, even so, I don't feel shame over this. Shame is what I have lived in my whole life as well- the yin to the lust's yan.

The feelings I've had about my life have completely impacted it. When I had riches, I'd focused on where I was limited.

When I had the love or admiration of a woman, I'd focused on the two billion that, at that moment, didnt feel the same way.

I have been surrounded by gold my entire life- yet saw myself as a pauper. After years- and years of telling myself this, it had started to come true.


*I had described in an entry after the first night of the trip (a night of excess and lust that left me feeling emptiness), how I looked over the pool while having a cigarette, and a flicker of a thought had come across my mind to jump.


But more importantly . . . . . .










. . . . did you bang?

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RE: Leading cause of death for Australian men 15-44 is suicide
I kissed.
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RE: Leading cause of death for Australian men 15-44 is suicide
(06-15-2019 02:09 AM)MusicForThePiano Wrote:  This is a side effect, perhaps intended, by the (((clevers))). When one's culture, history, women, faith, and all merits to keep living and keep struggling in life are uprooted and destroyed, the purpose of life seems void. I can guarantee you that this is why only white males commit suicide at the highest rate. Many have not kept their spirits up and are backed into a corner with no way out except ending their life.

The antidote, is to consume a purpose in life, and not let the rules shape your destiny. Although, despite everything, from the ones I knew who offed themselves in old age, not just the young males are in danger of this, but if you never have a family, the chances of you killing yourself when it gets too hard to continue are much greater. A family, God, and a passion to create, no matter what the subject is, will keep you alive until the end of your days.
That's a bit of a tall j'accuse. :Boring: Can you care to prove that there is some (((grand scheme of white genocide))), admidst all this scaremongering of male suicide, hedonism, miscegenation, divorce rape, and other vices that you're trying to feebly draw a (((connection))) between?

White people die from all sorts of vices all the time, to pull the anti-Semitic card is intellectual immaturity and laziness of the highest order.
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RE: Leading cause of death for Australian men 15-44 is suicide
Oh no, has anyone heard from Leonard D. Nuebache?? Leonard, check in.

Aloha!
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RE: Leading cause of death for Australian men 15-44 is suicide
The problem is that in the west, we're taught to associate with our emotions before all else. Western people define themselves by their emotions and let them rule their decisions in life, to say nothing of their self view. Feel like something is "off" in your relationship? End it, divorce your spouse, cheat, or commit some other perverse behavior. Feel like wallowing in degeneracy for years and years, regardless of the negative impact it will have on your physical and spiritual health? Go for it -- YOLO after all, so why not get plastered three times a week, smoke your brain cells away, and put yourself at risk of STD's weekend after weekend? I could go on and on. Point, modern culture encourages people to be ruled by their emotions and thoughts.

In a saner world we would be ruled by our souls and by the desire to selflessly help others. We'd be ruled by the desire to live healthy lives and better the world. We'd see our emotions, thoughts, impulses, and sensual desires for what they are -- things that can be harnessed to better society, but also things that by themselves say nothing about us and should not be given undue importance.

This is the root of the problem. You have no answer to depression, hedonism, aimlessness, or any other modern mental ills. It's because western society says that external things -- consumer goods, sex, alcohol, money, validation, "fun" -- give you worth and make you whole. When in reality the only lasting peace or satisfaction comes from an internal, spiritual source.
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