Maybe my last post was too cryptic. If I’m to contribute to the fight against civilizational decay, best to keep it as clear as possible.
So I say the leftist is a communist is a cheater. Commies cheat. How does cheating work? That’s actually a very relevant question.
Cheating in games
It is easy to understand cheating in literal games. For instance, in a board game like colonizers of Catan — no one looks, whoop suddenly I have two extra resource cards and whaddya know, they’re exactly what I needed to build that city! Did I cheat? Did you observe the slight of hand? Probably you did not — likely you trusted players to play fair and did not feel the need to observe the card pile with eagle eyes. So I’m just gonna go ahead and put that city on the map. Who knows, might even win the game because of that! Occasionally, cheating in board games works.
Of course, time goes by, and people notice you strangely always having the right cards for the right situation. They get angry, accusations fly, and the game is ruined. What can they do?
The answer is obvious: they put a non-cheater in charge of the game, entrust him with the card pile: the game leader. This works relatively well; cheaters may still cheat in minor ways, like dropping an extra street from their own stack on the map when no one is looking, but the sting has been removed, so to say. The resource cards are out of his reach. What does the cheater do?
The game leader is the obvious weak point; either the cheater bribes the game leader or bamboozles him, but that is easier said than done. If your game leader is halfway good at its job, cheaters will suddenly find they have to play fair, or what tends to happen; they stop playing that particular game. Congratulations, you’ve beaten the cheater!
This simulation of game, players, cheaters and game leader holds true for any type of game. See video games such as first person shooters: cheaters use stuff like aimbotting and wallhacking to bypass the rules of the game. Here the game leader are the developers of that game. If they do a decent job, cheaters are spotted and banned for good. If they suck at their job, the game is overrun by cheaters and is ruined.
Cheating in life
And that is also the way it works in real life. Naturally, the rules of real life are not as set in stone as the rules in a board- or video game, but it’s the same principles really. Just, stakes are higher.
On second thought, that the rules are not as set as stone is relevant. That is why cheating in real life is a notch more effective than cheating in video games; we say that Gnon is the ultimate arbiter, the ultimate game leader so to say, but Gnon likes it when some of his rules are bent. Which rules get to be bent and which don’t? Only Gnon knows, and man interprets. But it is in that gray area that cheaters find fertile soil.
Of course, pretty much everyone still recognizes a cheater. Cheaters who cheat in the gray area also tend to cheat in black and white areas.
The lowest form of cheating is of course a simple scam: ‘hey, you don’t know me but I’m a trustworthy guy, give me a hundred dollars and I’ll double it for you’. It’s a one-on-one scam, which works because it bypasses group defenses and forces it’s recipient to be his/her own game leader. Not everyone is good at being game leader, so the scam pays off.
People hate these kind of scammers, with good reason. It’s an obvious lie: the scammer promised to return the investment with interest, but he didn’t. That’s cheating! However, the scammer is also relatively powerless; if caught red-handed, he is always humiliated. Because the scam is small in scale, it’s potential to do damage is limited.
Cheating in groups
So even though our scammer finds a decent amount of juicy situations without game leaders, he is humiliated every now and then for mediocre awards. That cannot do. What can he do? He can expand the scale of his scam, of course! This means: find a group of scammers to cooperate with, and find a bigger playground to operate your scam. A bigger scam means bigger pay-offs! For instance, the recent twitter ‘give me 500 bitcoin and I’ll double it’ scam. The scammers cooperated, hacked the game leader (Twitter HQ) and, pretending to be trustworthy twitter personalities, scammed people out of a ton of money. Mission passed!
But still, this kind of scam tends to be a one time thing, as you are inevitably found out and will probably not succeed again (not with twitter, at least). So if you are a scammer, you usually want more worth for your money. What do?
Well, from our scammer’s perspective, the main problem is that people dislike our scams and call us out for it. If people would just stop doing that, we’d have no problem. Scammers always mitigate this risk by disguising their scams as righteous. This part tends to throw honest people off: ‘how can you not only lie through your teeth but also pretend like you are doing those you scam a favor!‘ Well I mean, that’s just scamming 101. If you were being honest about your lies, you might as well not lie at all. I, for one, respect a liar who lies till he dies.
But acting righteous only takes you so far; it is after all a front, a potemkin village meant to sell your scam. So inevitably, if people start prodding your scam with a stick it comes falling down. You want to prevent people like me from pointing out your scam.
What is the solution?
Getting to the game leader
Well, the bottom line is this: you need to get rid of, or replace, the game leader. That is all it boils down to. Get your coalition of scammers to become game leader, and the sky’s the limit. You could literally burn people’s businesses down while telling them it is for their own good! Beautiful.
So first you need to get rid of the old game leader. If you have a long line of game leaders, this part tends to get bloody. But it has to be done! Need to get your hands a bit dirty if you want to get anywhere in life.
Now, if you’re lucky, there might not be a long line of game leaders in charge. Hell, you might even live in a democracy in which the game leader is designed to be weak! Great! A democracy lends itself to cheaters naturally; just put your most charismatic liar in charge. Make sure he understands his task as a PR figure head pretending to be game leader, a task which of course receives good rewards, and boom: the Bushes, Clintons and Obama explained. It really is that simple.
Now with your scamming coalition having replaced the game leader, the possibilities are endless; you have pulled off the ultimate scam, and when someone calls you out on the scam, you can use force to humiliate him. Great! Of course because you’re a coalition of scammers you have to keep the pretense of the scam going on, so you can’t exactly start to rob people at gunpoint, but you sure can sue people who defend their home from robbers.
So now we’ve entered the highest stage of scamming, the power scam, the scamming suprême, where not only do you scam people, you take away their power to resist the scam. How do we call the type of cheater that pulls of these kinds of scams? We call ’em leftists, progressives or commies.
Evolution selects for group scammers
My take is that commies are evolutionary optimized for these kinds of scams. Essentially, all they do is run giant ponzi schemes meant to scam as big a crowd as possible, be it a family, a village, a country or an entire empire. You’ll always see the same themes: a scam dressed up in righteous clothes, that if prodded falls apart, thus they try to stop you from prodding it. But always will there be a trail of lies and cheating. There has to be, because as we see, the whole thing from the start was engineered as a scam. Which is why whenever you prod a climate commie or prog you quickly discover he has no interest in the truth, besides trying to convince you that he has immense interest in the truth.
Thing is, you can dress up a lie as colorful as you want. The more you talk, the easier it is to hide something. The best lies always have a kernel of truth to them — take global warming, which takes the truth to heart that we simply do not know all the inside outs of planet earth, so it’s entirely possible that industry changes climate. Of course our current observations point to industry having a not so large effect on climate, but already in that nuance lies the potency of the lie. Progressivism, same story: racism exists, it’s a remarkably small problem, but it exists, and progs blow that up. Leftists are good at pulling off stunts like these.
That commies are good at pulling off stunts like these might be a surprise to some. I recognize a cheater when he tries to sell me insurance, I’m sure I’d recognize a cheater in the white house!
Well, sometimes yes, but sometimes no. To dismantle a cheater you need to hang with him personally, get to know him, see him respond in unfamiliar situations. You don’t really know any of the presidents. You’ve likely never even met them. Your interaction with them is entirely one-way, through hearsay, video footage and media snippets.
All these channels of information can be manipulated, and commies know this very well. It’s what they’re good at. Take the following example by reactionary hero Lee Kuan Yew. Young Lee’s fighting the communists in Singapore, right? Commies were popular in twentieth century Asia. And their popularity was intimidating, to Lee also, who at political rallies noticed pro-communist proposals getting louder applause than usual. Guess the people really want communism huh? That is, until Lee noticed certain people were always in the crowd. And moreso, these people only clapped during pro-communist proposals. And moreso, they only clapped when given a signal by a handler! Lee was impressed. A typical commie stunt.
Now imagine if you will, what kind of commie stunts you can pull off if you have near full control of the media. The possibilities are endless! I mean sure, with the free internet your scams tend be exposed a tad quicker, but notice how that video is on youtube, and it might be removed for ‘inciting hatred’ any day. Truth is, mass media offers countless possibilities for cheating, and just as many ways for shaming people who even in silence call out your scams.
No honor among scammers
Of course, a scam is still a scam, and eventually, give it years or decades, people catch on. Obama was the lightbringer in 2008, who is he now? Surely a shadow of his former prophet status.
But you get my point right? While scammer A smiles in front of the camera, scammer B pressures a bakery to ‘bake the f*cking cake bigot’. That’s the power scam, the one-two. Scammer A plays game leader providing cover to scammer B, who in turn pays respect to scammer A. One person distracts the crowd, the other steals their wallets. That’s all leftism is.
And that’s why it all breaks down in the end. You think scammer A and B like each other? They know the nature of their relation. They trust each other as far as they can spit! The situation might be mutually beneficial to them, but the moment their scams run out is the moment their friendship runs out and they turn on each other. After all, none among them took the title of game leader serious in the first place. Hence, leftist singularities.
Back to a good game leader
Luckily, the solution is now obvious: re-install a trustworthy game leader. Trump is solliciting for that job. We are in a historically unique position, since Trump is only partially game leader; like I said, democracy ensures weak, temporary game leaders by design. For Trump to become a real game leader, he has to break out of the democratic mold. He has to become king, as reactionaries call the game leader, or dictator, as cheaters call the game leader. Naturally, Trump would be a good game leader; he has a knack for calling out cheaters (#fakenews).
But the level of cheating is unprecedented; any good scammer worth their salt is making a career in politics. It’s just where all the scammers end up; good people tend to steer clear from democratic politics, because why would they want to join a scamming coalition? So Trump has boatloads of shit to deal with.
For instance, as a final case study in scamming: the corona scam. The corona scam very nicely follows all the rules stipulated above: it is a lie with a kernel of truth, that kernel being that COVID-19 is a real virus, it is contagious, and it is slightly more deadly than the flu. The lie is of course that it justifies shutting down the economy and hurting Trump and his voters as much as possible. It doesn’t. It’s not nearly as deadly, and at this point has also burned out. The corona pandemic is over. Yet the corona scam is in full swing: first the WHO was appointed to game leader, but when they did not spread enough panic, dr Fauci was appointed to game leader, who somewhat understands that the point of the scam is to undermine Trump by spreading as much panic as possible. We might never be able to touch another person again! It’s just the new normal folks. Wear a mask for the rest of your life.
Trump, were he a fair game leader, should have called out the corona scam for what it was. Then again, would he have lost voters over that? Tough to say. Gnon’s grey area. Sometimes the scammers get their way.