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By Anonym 18 Sep

T. J. Kirk

Order provides the stabilities that we crave, but chaos creates the opportunities for change that we need. [...] Those who are waiting for internal order will be the subjects of external chaos, those who yield to internal chaos will be the architects of a new order.

By Anonym 17 Sep

T. J. Kirk

No one accomplishes anything if they decide before they begin that the task is too difficult. I'd rather attempt the impossible and fail than consign myself to failure before even making the attempt.

By Anonym 18 Sep

T. J. Kirk

Saying both sides participated in violence doesn't mean both sides are equally ideologically wrong, you know.

By Anonym 16 Sep

T. J. Kirk

I cannot be stopped unless I am dead. Nothing else can stop me. As long as no one has the balls to kill me, I will prevail. Each breath I draw, even if it's followed by a smoker's cough, is a victory. This world will beat me one day, but not today. Not until the day I die.

By Anonym 16 Sep

T. J. Kirk

If your philosophy can be explained in a tweet, you're a moron. That's my philosophy. Wait...

By Anonym 15 Sep

T. J. Kirk

Clever exploiters and lucky dupes alike have been the benefactors of chaos since the dawn of man, and probably before that as well.

By Anonym 19 Sep

T. J. Kirk

We act as if a left-wing agenda is something we should disavow. Of course we don't have an agenda, only the bad guys have an agenda! Yes, you're right, right now, only the bad guys have an agenda. That's why they're winning.

By Anonym 19 Sep

T. J. Kirk

Tradition, to me, is a poison. And when you start to destroy it, those with that poison in their veins react with hostility. They think their culture has given them something, and are blind to what it has taken away.

By Anonym 18 Sep

T. J. Kirk

Sorry, but when anyone self-applies the label of "patriot" I gag a little.

By Anonym 18 Sep

T. J. Kirk

So, I found my refuge in art. I could find no truth in art, but I was obsessed with the beauty of its lies. The world was full of shit in all the wrong ways, but in art I could find whatever line of bullshit most satisfied me. And unlike religion, it didn’t require the gullibility to actually fall for it, only the ability to entertain it, and to be entertained by it.

By Anonym 16 Sep

T. J. Kirk

Freedom of speech as I define it is more than a right granted by government. It's a process that each of us must believe in and fight for. You cannot have free speech in a world where everyone wants to deplatform you, destroy you, discard you, or distort you for what you say. Freedom of speech only works to the extent that people embrace it. The "right" alone is meaningless.

By Anonym 18 Sep

T. J. Kirk

Ours is the God who only got the job because his brother runs several successful universes.

By Anonym 17 Sep

T. J. Kirk

Muslim store clerks should sell alcohol and pork. Christian bakers should bake gay wedding cakes. Everyone should do their fucking job.

By Anonym 15 Sep

T. J. Kirk

Communism looked good on paper, you know' — but how many people who say that even know what communism looks like on paper?

By Anonym 16 Sep

T. J. Kirk

I want to be an individual, with my own drives, and convictions, and principles, not just a cultural unit, not just a series of superficial identity categorizations.

By Anonym 16 Sep

T. J. Kirk

If the population is dissatisfied with the condition of society, then the leaders will invariably find a symbolic issue to channel the people’s focus away from any action that threatens the powerful. 'You’re poor? That’s a real shame. Well, look at that rich NFL player who won’t kneel for the national anthem! Doesn’t that disgust you? Aren’t you pissed off about that? Pay no attention to the system that keeps you in poverty, even though you work 40 hours a week and so does your spouse. Instead, focus on Colin Kaepernick not respecting our national theme song and refusing to grovel before our national rag! Don’t be disobedient in your own interest, instead turn on someone being disobedient in his own interest! That’s the American way!' Make no mistake, for the people upset at Colin Kaepernick and other NFL players taking a knee during the national anthem, that fight is a moral issue. They’re genuinely incensed that someone doesn’t show proper respect for the very same country that’s fucking them over, especially when it’s someone who has it better than them. 'What does he have to complain about? He makes 20 million a year! I’m stuck in a shitty job! Fuck him!' No. Fuck the corporation who doesn’t compensate you fairly for your shitty job. Fuck the country that lets them get away with it. And most of all, fuck you for being so easily distracted by symbols and pageantry that you don’t stop to take a look at who your real enemies are.

By Anonym 15 Sep

T. J. Kirk

And how can evil be the mere absence of good? Is genocide the absence of something, of what? Of kindness? Were there no kind Nazis? Of love? Were there no Maoist revolutionaries who loved their families? Evil is an act, we commit evil proactively, it doesn't simply emerge in the absence of good. When you don't put a dollar in the donation tin in the front of the convenience store it doesn't mean that an ax murderer was created. We human beings have one set of actions described as "good" and another set described as "evil.

By Anonym 15 Sep

T. J. Kirk

A clever person can tell them the truth in a way that they want to hear.

By Anonym 19 Sep

T. J. Kirk

Two things don't need to be "equally bad" to point out that they're both bad.

By Anonym 19 Sep

T. J. Kirk

There's no pride for me in my skin being white. I was born this way, I had no choice, I had no say. There was no test of worthiness before I was bestowed with white skin. My mom and dad were white, and they fucked, and their kid was white, so fucking what? And people say to me when I make this argument, "Well, what about cultural pride? You know, what about pride in where you came from, what about pride in your fucking pedigree?" Like I'm supposed to get all misty-eyed thinking about the accomplishments of the white race. "We invented wax paper! So beautiful! Hahaha!" No, Thomas Edison invented it, or knowing what a piece of shit he was, he probably stole it from some poor sap. But whoever invented wax paper, it wasn't me, I wasn't there. But let's say I did decide to take pride in that. Let's say I looked at the long history of what the white race had done and took it as my own and said, "Yeah, I'm part of this!" Well, in that case, then I probably SHOULD pay reparations to black people, right? Because if I'm going to own the accomplishments, I also have to own the fucking atrocities. But you know what? I don't want either. I want to be an individual, with my own drives, and convictions, and principles, not just a cultural unit, not just a series of superficial identity categorizations.

By Anonym 16 Sep

T. J. Kirk

I never understand these "the south will rise again" people. Again? It never rose before. It tried to and Lincoln stomped its ass.

By Anonym 20 Sep

T. J. Kirk

You said, "males are in charge." Males are in charge? No. The people who are in charge are male. But that does not mean males are in charge. You see the difference? I'm not in charge. You're not in charge. We're males, do we go to our Secret Male Meetings where we start figuring out the fate of the fucking world? Do we get to figure this out, do we share power, everyone with a penis gets a say, everyone with a vagina, they're just left out? There was a time when the world was like that, and that was a horrible time, fuck that time. But that time is not now.

By Anonym 16 Sep

T. J. Kirk

In an evil society a villain is the hero, because only the villain can speak the truth.

By Anonym 18 Sep

T. J. Kirk

So if someone who seeks or has power says, "Let's jump off the cliff!" your response should not be, "Let's not jump off the cliff," it should be, "No, let's climb the mountain and attain a greatness never hitherto seen in the annals of humanity history".

By Anonym 18 Sep

T. J. Kirk

The 1.2 billion members of the church are expected to conduct themselves according to the morals foisted upon them by said church, but those in the church’s power structure do not hold themselves to the same standards. They don’t view themselves as beholden to the same morality as their parishioners, because they know what those parishioners don’t—that the morality they peddle is not about good or bad, it’s about maintaining power and control. So even the clergy that weren’t sexually preying on kids were defending those who did and working hard to see that predator priests were spared from the negative consequences of their insidious transgressions. The mantra of the powerful has always been: 'We are the powerful and we can do as we please. You are the subjects and you will do as you’re told'.

By Anonym 18 Sep

T. J. Kirk

People want freedom, but not for their neighbors. People want freedom, but they don't want its downsides.

By Anonym 15 Sep

T. J. Kirk

And you know who's especially stupid? People who look at how unexceptional and bland and boring they are and say, "You know how I can remedy this? I will take solace in the accomplishments of my entire race. That way, I can draw attention away from the fact that I personally have not accomplished shit!

By Anonym 17 Sep

T. J. Kirk

Okay, well, how about this for an idea. How about we throw you screaming from a helicopter into the fucking waiting maw of an active volcano? Would that be fun? I know that the volcanoes, they usually like nubile young virgins, but me and the villagers had a conference and we decided that we would rather throw you in and keep the virgins for ourselves. Fuck what the volcano wants.

By Anonym 17 Sep

T. J. Kirk

Okay, first of all, they don't "consider" Jefferson Davis racist, he was President of the Confederacy, his racism is not up for any sort of fucking debate. Despite the narrative of some Southern Revisionists, the Civil War was fought almost entirely on the issue of slavery. If you're the leader of the, "we think black people should be slaves" side of that war, then you're a racist — not "racist, question mark," not even "racist, period," but "racist, exclamation point" — racist!

By Anonym 16 Sep

T. J. Kirk

I'm tired of 'pretentious' just being used as an excuse to dismiss anything that fucking expects you to have a brain.

By Anonym 20 Sep

T. J. Kirk

You are not special. You're just fucking not. You're a bland, boring motherfucker just like everybody else. You ever been to the mall and just looked in the eyes of the fellow travelers and seen how dull and lifeless their eyes are? Yours look like that too. You know why? 'Cause you're just as bland, you're just as fucking boring, there's nothing special about you. And trying to piggyback on the accomplishments of your race, or like, any fucking larger group really, is pathetic. You have to stand on individual merit and you just can't accept the fact that you suck. It's alright! I suck, Weber sucks, everyone sucks! We're all fucking shit, we suck dick, we're lame as fuck. And that's okay. That's fine.

By Anonym 16 Sep

T. J. Kirk

If you're looking for an enemy, stop imagining it's one group or another. All mankind is your enemy, including yourself.

By Anonym 19 Sep

T. J. Kirk

To describe him as a sniveling rat would be an insult to the noble rat.