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Psalm 94


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Recently anons I've started dwelling  into Nihilism and there are many points that makes sense. Supporting either side doesn't really matter in the end and those in power will always remain in power making all of us suffer the inevitable consequences. Most of these "issues" are not even relevant for most people. 

Why should we care anymore what happens?
>>4467 (OP) 
who cares
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>>4467 (OP) 
I'm starting to feel the same way about most topics it really doesn't get anywhere. I approach politics with more of a "don't be too invested" policy. Either nothing will happen and you'll be demoralized or the direct opposite will occur leaving you feeling worse off than when you started.

Incremental changes are complete bullshit, because it just takes one election to remove all the work that you supported. 

Politics is really just a joke to distract that we really have no power in the end. You can't really believe in political while believing the wealthy elite can enforce whatever the hell they want. We seen that first hand with Covid against the people's will.

Let's just hope this boring dystopia falls apart.
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Imagine those people that actually believe politicians hold their interests in mind. Like the retard Trump and Biden supporters. Trump is responsible for pushing that vaccine onto millions of people. They're all the same in the end anon, but it doesn't mean we can't laugh at the system.

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I feel at the very most we can try to push change whenever necessary, sure the elite of the world and money will get what they want. It doesn't mean we should lay down and take it.

I'll say it can get disheartening to watch all your efforts be for not. At least you stood for something. In Nihilism it does state find ever makes you happy as your life purpose anons. So if they want to believe in a system let them.

Nihilism can also be a self fulfilling prophecy. When you do nothing then nothing will change leaving you in the same position.
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>>4472
I see your point. Although consider the following....
If everything that you managed to support will eventually be defeated and no matter what you do, in the end you'll lose. How does one not become nihilistic? No matter what sick new idea they want to push now in days it will be accepted without rebellion. We are not even far off until they start legalizing pedos and making them apart of the lgbt at this rate. I'd rather not waste my energy in a rigged game, because no matter the tactic it will inevitably fail.

You can't believe that the system is rigged while thinking you may win at some point the house always wins. People have to come to reality, like the 2020 election if you think its rigged why vote anyway? To complain its rigged? If you think politicians are in it for themselves (they are) why support them? its cognitive dissonance at its best.
>>4473
Everything I was thinking right there.
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>>4472
Nihilism doesn't mean someone doesn't have to care about a certain issue or position. Nihilist can and will take part in elections since they have the choice to do whatever they want to feel happy. They just have a certain amount of care free caution that somethings may remain the same no matter their effort. Thus its not logical to really get upset over it I mean look at storm heading for your area sure it may ruin your day, but being upset at something that you had no control over is retarded. Power, money and influence will always win in the end.
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>>4467 (OP) 
I honestly want the world to get worse just to see how bad it can get. Just pure curiosity.
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>>4467 (OP) 
Your future is Blade Runner 2049
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>>4477
I fucking wish that was the case, America is turning into something out of Africa we can't even at least get a pretty cyber city to look while we suffer.
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When zion is turning into babylon
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>>4479
Exactly, but babylon was far better in comparison.
>>4473
Good take.
I don't know about you, but I'm just so over politics. I mean, seriously, what's the point? No matter who gets elected, nothing ever really changes. It's all just a bunch of rich people fighting for power and control. Plus, it seems like every time I turn on the news, all I hear about is corruption and lies. I just can't bring myself to care anymore. It's all just a big waste of time and energy. The world is falling apart and these politicians can't even seem to agree on basic things. I just want to live my life and not be bothered by the constant chatter of politicians and their empty promises.
As an individual, I see little value in politics. It's a game of power and manipulation, where the wealthy and influential hold all the cards. I can't help but feel that the world is on a downward spiral and that things will only continue to get worse. The gap between the rich and poor continues to widen, and I see no end in sight to the corruption and greed that plagues our society. I see a future where the government becomes more oppressive, and where the rights and freedoms of the people are constantly under attack. In this world, I find it hard to have hope for a better future, and I see little point in trying to make change through political means. I have given up on the system and have resigned myself to living in a world that I believe will only continue to decline.>>4473
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One thing I forgot to add is its still fun to engage with not sure why tho
>>4483
I must say that the previous post is incredibly disheartening. Yes, politics can be messy and corrupt, but that does not mean we should give up on it entirely. The fact of the matter is that politics is the way in which we as a society govern ourselves and make decisions that affect us all. Without it, we would be at the mercy of those in power without any way to hold them accountable.
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>>4485
Blue pilled faggot
e suis fatigué de voir des menteurs et des escrocs prendre des décisions qui affectent ma vie et celle de ma famille, sans se soucier des conséquences. Je n'ai plus confiance dans les élections, les partis politiques ou les dirigeants. Je crois que le système est corrompu jusqu'à la moelle et qu'il n'y a aucun espoir pour l'avenir. Je suis brisé par tout cela, et je ne peux plus continuer à me faire berner par
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>>4487
I'd imagine the French have it the worst. They don't even pretend to care about the people over there.
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Damn /pol/ has been more utterly depressing than usual. Jesus people we need the lighten this board up just a touch.
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>>4489
Fuck off then faggot. If you always want to feel good go to reddit
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>>4707
>If you always want to feel good
Do you mean to say that you sometimes wish for suffering? Imaigne desiring suffering, like some sort of Jew. Why are you so pathetic? Don't answer, I don't care to have jewish morals "explained" to me.
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>>4716

martydom is a trait of many religions
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>>4717
There's a difference between a mere martyr, who might not even have a religious impetus, and an official member of the cult of Oy Vey Iz Mir A.K.A. Abrahamites, A.K.A. Jews and Jew-Derived Products. They don't want to die for a cause, they want to suffer so that they can whine, and because they're addicted to resentment. Such a person would propose that it is somehow morally wrong to wish to live an uninterruptedly pleasant life. "You must suffer, Moshe! It's not only natural, it's what Yahweh has ordered us to do in order for us to get our comeuppance! Come on with me to the Big Wall of the Crybabies and let's Cry About It!"
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>>4718

Idk how many Christians you've met like this, but that's not what the good book teaches
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>>4719
quiet, jew
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