Unthinking Majority wrote:We can also sit on the internet everyday blaming other people for all of life's problems while taking no responsibility ourselves and feel the same hit of dopamine and serotonin to escape our miserable existence. Go out and slay a dragon bro.
I wish I played as many computer games as you do so I could imagine that "slaying dragons" was useful.
But I don't and it isn't.
Neither is your text. Blaming others is an important thing to do if you're not the Federal Reserve or its pawns. If you are the Federal Reserve (or one of its many pawns) though, you can blame yourself and try to improve.
Otherwise, read some books Unthinking Majority, and find out what Systemic Problems are.
an mk-ultra *science* and a jeffrey dahmer *foreign policy*
funded by pick-pocket *economics*