Sunday, August 28, 2011

How Many People Think This Way?

With a hat tip to Brooke:


The victimhood mentality in the extreme.

11 comments:

RT said...

I'd certainly pitch in to get her a one way ticket back to the land of free & ancient electricity.

Ciccio said...

Go back to from where you came. There you are going to have to work just as hard, not to pay for your house or car but just to go and get water.

Brooke said...

Thanks for the link! :)

I guess that once the ancient Africans created electricity, all they had to do was sit back and wait for Franklin and Edison to do their thing.

Pastorius said...

LOL

The woman is exactly what AOW's tag says, a "fucking idiot".

Pastorius said...

Oh, I see, at about the 4 minute mark, she really goes off the rails.

I mean, I did not have any idea ancient Africa had electricity.

LOL

Anonymous said...

A fucking moron..unfortunately she is not an exception but part of a majority inthis country now.

Always On Watch said...

Pastorius,
I couldn't resist using that label, which is in the index of labels to use here at IBA.

Damien said...

Always On Watch,

Does this person realize just how ridiculous she is being? Does she not realize how much worse just about every other system in the world is? Its one big scam? Really? Land is not supposed to be free? Really? How does she expect it to be allocated then? Water? Yeah water is free actually. You just have to pay for the pipes that carry it to your house, and the bottle it comes in when you buy it at the grocery store, unless you are willing and able to go to the trouble of collecting your own water. Here ancient ancestors didn't need nine to five jobs, but they would often die of starvation and disease was much more rampant without things like antibiotics, things that were developed by the very capitalist system she hates. What there was electricity in Africa in ancient times? What's she talking about? The Baghdad battery? That thing didn't make enough power to power a light bulb. Almost no one backed than used electricity for anything. That's why they didn't have to pay electric bills. Does she any idea how much poverty and war there is in Africa today? While she's right and we certainly have reason to doubt much of what is in the Bible, we have some very good reasons to doubt everything else she's saying.
Also, I'm not a slave, and I never felt like one. If this she really wants to know what it was like to be a slave, she could just talk to a historian on the subject. I'd much rather work at a nine to five job, than be a slave. That's not slavery. Slaves are not allowed to quite their jobs, and if she want to complain that she will starve to death if she doesn't work, what does she want as an alternative? Does she want a system were everything is based on need? That won't work.

RT said...

At Least This One Luvs Her Some Americur

Anonymous said...

Ah Bee BLACK!

Always On Watch said...

RT,
Wow.