Apr 1, 2020, 6:12 PM
Actually I know about (((them))) from prosecuting them for RICO, racketeering, churning, mortgage scams, wire fraud, bribery of court officials, data theft, tax evasion, lovely crimes like buying a ravine next to a child care, for next to nothing, and then trying to get a permit to build a halfway house next to it for sex offenders, and trying to force them to buy it at a ridiculous price out of self defense. It taught me both the law, and how it was being abused. I don’t care what wisdom literature says I care what results from Pilpul, Critique, and diasporic ethics.
Now, my solution is to fix our laws so that ‘good people stay’ and ‘bad people leave’, but it’s not like I’m led by someone else’s opinion, or ‘the church’s gossip’. It’s because despite growing up with no experience in such things, I was able to identify a pattern of (((group))) behavior and how it’s endemic in the subculture and how it’s argued in (((their))) law and tradition. And research throughout history demonstrates that it’s been persistent for most of the past thousand years at least in europe. But it’s the same reason that the egyptians cast (((them))) out. So it’s got to be older than the past thousand years.
So no. My experience is with closing their businesses, seizing their assets, putting them in prison – not reading what people said about them. I got out of it because it was too depressing. But I could have made an amazing career from it if I had the stomach for it.
Deception and baiting into hazard are heroic for that part of the world in general. Cheating is a heroic win for (((them))). As is undermining every host people’s group harmony by fomenting conflict. Avoiding engaging in production is an ethic. And specializing in rent seeking is an industry. Yet, all of the above is crime for europeans.
So, (((their))) history is selective. We are conscious of our history – including our history of conquest and genocide. We just choose not to do it any longer. The question is, why are (((they))) unconscious of their history, and why don’t (((they))) stop doing it, and why don’t (((they))) stop others from doing it? Because it’s a group advantage.
Why? Crimes against the commons it turns out are more rewarding than crimes against private property. Because crimes against the commons can be passed off as voluntary – even though they were created by construction (baiting into hazard.)
Don’t abandon your tradition and history. But learn what’s evil in it and change.
A diasporic civilization with a highly competent majority that specializes in organized crime to privatize the commons.