Claiming top dog status amongst nobodies doesn’t make you somebody.
I’m watching this video the other day that was recorded by a bunch of Herbs.
A “Herb”, basically, is a nobody. A chump. A male but not a man. Not meaning a boy, which could still be a young man, but a male who just isn’t effective for anything useful so he’s generally disregarded whether he’s told so or not.
So I’m clear that there are a bunch of Herbs on the screen, and then one of them says “There are too many Alphas in this room! :D” and they all get happy and start smiling about themselves.
What ethical responsibility do we have to consider problems that are not our own?
I love this story so much I’ve told it a thousand times 😀 but I was sitting at a bar in a restaurant in midtown Manhattan, NYC, USA, with my excellent homegirl, sipping drinks that cost a gazillion dollars, and explaining to her something about how I was trying to understand how it feels to be an assembly line worker whose only skill as far as earning potential was putting a door on a car.
Obviously I wasn’t trying at that very second! 😀 but I meant that mentally, philosophically, emotionally, I was attempting to access the same set of feelings I might have had in a circumstance like that.
I originally started thinking about this mainly from seeing the documentary Roger & Me:
Unfortunately, this fraudulent concept has now been unveiled by Globalism, and people are currently losing their minds.
I was watching a documentary the other day that had been filmed in Germany or Poland or somewhere and the native dude tells the cameraman (according to the subtitles I was reading) “Look at those black guys over there.”
They were at a fish market or something and the next camera angle showed fish on display to be sold and a few Chinese dudes. (Maybe the documentary was in Russia and those were Mongols. Dunno.)
As a documentary editor, I was waiting for the camera to pan from the Chinese dudes to show the black dudes.
It never happened and then it went back to the native dude who was speaking so I was like “what an error.”
Next, I backed the video up to see if I had read the subtitle incorrectly. I hadn’t.
Letting the video play, I realized that the Chinese dudes that had been used as the b-roll cutaway ***WERE*** the so-called black dudes that the native dude was talking about.
The immediate lesson being that if you don’t have any actual black people where you live, ***SOMEBODY*** has to be black.