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> I don't think the left is out to get meI meant that "the left" is some vague hive mind of all the people who aren't you to you, and since you're a narcissist incapable of acknowledging the world beyond your own existence, you feel anxiety from "the left", which I shortened to "the left is out to get you". Yes, I purposefully make myself hard to understand by people who pretend to be extremely literal-minded in conversations where they feel the need to push an agenda; if that makes you uncomfortable, you're free to stop your act at any time.
> JP be the first one to actually stand up against it in a way i feel is reasonableOf course. He's a conman preaching to people like you that you're special, that you, by default, own the world and everything in it, and that when anyone demands their share of the world, they're staking a claim on what's rightfully yours, which should make you feel enraged, because you don't want people to take your stuff, do you?
This all comes from a sense of entitlement fostered by propaganda of the society that you live in: the American Dream of having an expensive car to drive and a yacht to snort coke off of bums of prostitutes from, that sort of stuff. Kermit preys on your sense of entitlement by exhibiting the vulnerable position that you're in and the hollowness of the promise that the system has given to you, only instead of urging you to free yourself of the delusion of entitlement, he doubles down on it, suggesting that you lash out at everyone whom you perceive to yet more vulnerable than yourself, prove your right to exist by conquering your neighbour, so to speak. It's all very simple, primitive stuff that you have to be subhumanly stupid to buy into, which, of course, you are.
> the rest of the postYes, yes, you're only just concerned for social justice to achieve true justice as you see it; you totally are the first person in the world to say this, and you aren't, again, bullshitting your way through a conversation.
Aren't you tired of being like that?