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I'm 34 and jobless. I am deeply resentful towards the so called 'work ethic'. Here's why...

 
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Here's why I feel so deeply resentful towards the system, that I am as deeply reluctant to serve it:

First off, it is so stressful and monotonous competing with hundreds / thousands of other wannabe slaves, that you are forced to constantly upgrade skills and sell yourself more (beg harder). It is degrading to beg to be someone else' slave.

Second, if you manage to get an interview, you are heavily interrogated.

Third, if you make it through the interrogation procedure they now own you and they can talk to you like shit and force you to slave away as hard as they like. Not so? Disobey your boss or argue back, you will find yourself penniless and homeless in no time.

Fourth, you are forced to work with people who may be absolute assholes and there's no escape.

Fifth, you take the stress of a job home with you and your mind is swamped with work schedules. so you cannot truly relax - ever.

Sixth, all of your freedoms are removed from the moment you leave school to the moment you retire. You are forced to work 8 hours per day - Monday to Friday - until your youth has gone forever. In fact, your freedoms are removed as soon as you start school.

Seventh, you are deceived into thinking that you are entitled to two days of freedom, but you are so stressed from the previous 5 days of slavery you just want to sleep in on Saturday. Then you spend Saturday night getting drunk to blot out your miserable existence. Sunday is spent sleeping in and feeling like shit from a hangover.

Eighth, constant toiling away and being handed heavy schedules age you prematurely, not to mention stressing the immune system.

Ninth, you cannot live a self sufficient lifestyle legally independent of the system because if you build a log cabin anywhere, so you can fish / hunt or grow crops for food, the system's henchmen will destroy your home and imprison you.

Tenth, you are a tax generating automaton who exists to swell the moneyboxes of the elite.

There you have it -- the big pink elephant is not staring you in the face from the far corner of the room, it is sitting on you and crushing you with it's enormous weight, yet the world is in collective denial over this very obvious fact. Why? Because slavery is all they understand.

That's why I hate the system and refuse to serve it.
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you just need to find a sugar momma.

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If you look back on your life you will see that you have forgotten many years. A good portion of these wasted memories are from working. Try to make the most out of your time by learning new interests and developing your mind. Don't let work be an excuse or a procrastination from advancing yourself.
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You have to frickin kidding me. The system is the system. I work, take care of my kids, I cook, clean, etc.

You want to whine about a system that allows us to live far better than 75% of the rest of the world?

I suggest you travel some other parts of the world as I have. You will be in for a rude awakening.

It's people like you that are dragging this frickin country down the tubes.

I don't like a lot of things that are going on. It is what it is. Don't like it, then leave the country. OMG. Frinking ridiculous
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Ok live far better? Are you serious? Half the population is on antidepressents...
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I just don't get it. Anti-depresants? Don't get me wrong, some people really do need them. However, the vast majority do not. It's a legal high for people who can't cope with life.

I am not making light of "real" depression, but just because things don't go your way is not depression.

Get educated or a trade, or something. Just because a person doesn't have the gumption to get educated / a trade when they are young, doesn't give them the right to sit around and live off the rest of us who do take our responsibilities seriously and contribute to society. WHAT THE HELL IS WRONG WITH YOU PEOPLE?
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Here's why I feel so deeply resentful towards the system, that I am as deeply reluctant to serve it:

First off, it is so stressful and monotonous competing with hundreds / thousands of other wannabe slaves, that you are forced to constantly upgrade skills and sell yourself more (beg harder). It is degrading to beg to be someone else' slave.

Second, if you manage to get an interview, you are heavily interrogated.

Third, if you make it through the interrogation procedure they now own you and they can talk to you like shit and force you to slave away as hard as they like. Not so? Disobey your boss or argue back, you will find yourself penniless and homeless in no time.

Fourth, you are forced to work with people who may be absolute assholes and there's no escape.

Fifth, you take the stress of a job home with you and your mind is swamped with work schedules. so you cannot truly relax - ever.

Sixth, all of your freedoms are removed from the moment you leave school to the moment you retire. You are forced to work 8 hours per day - Monday to Friday - until your youth has gone forever. In fact, your freedoms are removed as soon as you start school.

Seventh, you are deceived into thinking that you are entitled to two days of freedom, but you are so stressed from the previous 5 days of slavery you just want to sleep in on Saturday. Then you spend Saturday night getting drunk to blot out your miserable existence. Sunday is spent sleeping in and feeling like shit from a hangover.

Eighth, constant toiling away and being handed heavy schedules age you prematurely, not to mention stressing the immune system.

Ninth, you cannot live a self sufficient lifestyle legally independent of the system because if you build a log cabin anywhere, so you can fish / hunt or grow crops for food, the system's henchmen will destroy your home and imprison you.

Tenth, you are a tax generating automaton who exists to swell the moneyboxes of the elite.

There you have it -- the big pink elephant is not staring you in the face from the far corner of the room, it is sitting on you and crushing you with it's enormous weight, yet the world is in collective denial over this very obvious fact. Why? Because slavery is all they understand.

That's why I hate the system and refuse to serve it.
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The good news is that you got it. The bad is there is no escape. Find a good woman and live life to the fullest as much as you can. Anything else is a waste of energy these days. It's frustrasting and depressing to see your own potential going nowhere given the social, political, cultural and economic environments we have to cope with, but if you get too depressed you are missing out on the few good things left in life.
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the likelihood of finding a Spiritually and mentally rich work environment is slim
but we live in a time where the possibility of creating your own business is more feasible than ever.
I think there might be some confusion regarding slavery/drudgery vs work.
Work is a part of living, we grow through effort.
If it is the right kind , it energizes you, not suck the life out of you.
There were a lot of employers who tried to create that kind of environment
but could not compete with employers who didn't pay for healthcare so they could cut prices.
the "work ethic" is a term that has been abused somewhat.
When the first Protestants came here they were very focused on not duplicating the corrupted leisure classes they were leaving in Europe, they wanted freedom
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Nobody is forcing you man.

If you hate the job market, start a business.

Invest $ and live on dividends.

There are other ways to live beside depending upon a job.

Internet is filled with $ making opportunities.
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Dude, the guy's from the UK. I grew up there - it's a socialist shithole. One does not just start a business in the UK. Or invest. Even though America's gone down the drain, it's still better than Britain.

And OP, I agree with you and feel your pain. Maybe you can try to find a job in a village somewhere, and move out of the cities? I'm not saying it will be easier, but you'd live a better life.
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How fucking dare you say this about Britian. People like you with your stupid fucking comm.... oh, sorry, looks like you're absolutely right, do apologise. Carry on....
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Nobody is forcing you man.

If you hate the job market, start a business.

Invest $ and live on dividends.

There are other ways to live beside depending upon a job.

Internet is filled with $ making opportunities.
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Dude, the guy's from the UK. I grew up there - it's a socialist shithole. One does not just start a business in the UK. Or invest. Even though America's gone down the drain, it's still better than Britain.

And OP, I agree with you and feel your pain. Maybe you can try to find a job in a village somewhere, and move out of the cities? I'm not saying it will be easier, but you'd live a better life.
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Lol, when were you last in Britain?
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September 2008. I bailed on the UK for the States, where my wife's from. I arrived in the States (seeker a freer country and better life) one week before the financial collapse. Go figure...
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it's true as bad as the states is you still have more business freedoms than most countries
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You have to frickin kidding me. The system is the system. I work, take care of my kids, I cook, clean, etc.

You want to whine about a system that allows us to live far better than 75% of the rest of the world?

I suggest you travel some other parts of the world as I have. You will be in for a rude awakening.

It's people like you that are dragging this frickin country down the tubes.

I don't like a lot of things that are going on. It is what it is. Don't like it, then leave the country. OMG. Frinking ridiculous
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Ok live far better? Are you serious? Half the population is on antidepressents...
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I just don't get it. Anti-depresants? Don't get me wrong, some people really do need them. However, the vast majority do not. It's a legal high for people who can't cope with life.

I am not making light of "real" depression, but just because things don't go your way is not depression.

Get educated or a trade, or something. Just because a person doesn't have the gumption to get educated / a trade when they are young, doesn't give them the right to sit around and live off the rest of us who do take our responsibilities seriously and contribute to society. WHAT THE HELL IS WRONG WITH YOU PEOPLE?
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I agree. I have suffered depression many times in my life and refuse medication - and I am sure no one is immune to getting depression at times. It can be managed with a clean diet and exercise, but most people want a magic pill and they do not want to address the issues that made them depressed in the first place.

I can't tell you how many times when I have been perfectly fine dealing with my 'blues' and maybe go into some deep introverted/isolated existing and a friend will try to talk me into taking meds because she thinks it will cure me and bring me out of my 'shell'. I laugh and say hell no, its my highs and lows that define me and direct me to my creative talents. I do my best thinking, creating, writing and painting when feeling depressed. I know sometimes I look for reasons to be depressed. It may sound odd, but you can take a negative and make it positive wrt type of stuff.


I am not saying some people who suffer from clinical depression should not take meds, they should do everything they possibly can to feel better, starting with lifestyle, diet and exercise. As for the people that pop anti-depressants because everyday things are just too difficult for them to deal with, give yourself a time frame to be on them and an exit plan to get off them. If you stay on them for a long time you'll have far worse problems with other areas of your health. I have a friend who gained over 60 pounds on anti-depressant, she looks terrible and from all I can observe, they have put her in a zombie like state; nothing upsets her and nothing gets her excited.

If you are young and you can avoid taking them, do it, because one day in the not so far future anti-depressants will be part of the gun control plan, you will not be able to get a firearm if you have a history of mental illness.
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it's all about the money

Oh really, is that so?

Me thinks money is the LAST thing you should think about. The money will come, have faith in that.

Do you have faith in yourself though?

The only thing "real" in this life...is your experience of it. And it sounds like you have already chosen to experience everything that comes your way in a less-then optimum perspective....you are looking at everything in a way that does not seem to make you happy, in a way that does not work for you. The world is not that way...YOU are choosing to see it that way! Hmmm, what do you think would happen if you decided to switch that perspective about?

As a starting point...what are you grateful for? Name one thing, ANYTHING. That will put you in the right mood. Do this everyday, as much as you can. Be clear on what you want, and focus your thoughts on this.

If you don't like reality...shift your perspective, and you will create a new one. Have fun!

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Oh this is so sad its funny.


1. dont beg no wonder your jobless.
2. an interview without questions would be pointless.
3. You can quit any time. they dont own you. (i suggest finding a different job first so your dont become penniless)
4. see #3
5. thats a personnal problem you need to work on. Try smoking pot.
6. see #3
7. see #5
8. your wrong. Activity and exercise keep you young. Its your attidute that ages you. (your as young as you feel)
9. Why do you feel that you can put a house on someone elses land? Feeling entitled?
10. Your lack of self worth will end you. Be a Man and exist as a Man and you will find worth in your self.
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Regarding # 10 How does the earth belong to anyone? Who was the first to sell it to them? We should be able to live anywhere we damn please as long as we respect and care for the land. A person who is living off the land in harmony has more right to it than a corporation which is using it for factories which dump toxins into the ecosystem, which sickens all life in the surrounding area. Yet, if the corporation which destroys the enviroment, has a piece of paper showing "ownership" we feel we've no right to complain about what they do. We need to go back to being tribal. United we fall divided we stand.
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^THIS^

Anyone who thinks they truly own land is kidding themselves. We can only ever be caretakers, most abuse this privilege. This system is a joke.
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There are jobs like that. Not full time so it won't suck all your free time or impose stress to take home with you. You interested?

No stress unless you create it and no competition.

No interview. Just chit chat over coffee and to find out what you'll be doing. If you prefer, you can skip the coffee and chit chat, take your list and go to work.

No owning you, no talking bad, no following you around. Just a check to see if the job is done.

If you don't like working with someone, you can work alone or work a different day than someone else.

Nothing to take home with you other than sore muscles and sometimes an odor.

No heavy schedule. Set your own.

Paid in cash. What you do about taxes is up to you.

Your choice of hot or cold lunch, provided free. Cold drinks and snacks available during your work shift. Take as many breaks as you need.

Show up on the day you say you will and do a good job, you'll get an unexpected yearly bonus.

Only rule is to treat all creatures with the same respect you want to be treated and don't feed the animals.

Still interested? Good. There's hay stacking, grain hauling and storing, manure shoveling, wood loading, hauling and stacking, repairs to fences and buildings, some field and garden work.

You'll get plenty of exercise, be well fed, sleep well at night unless you're not accustomed to work. Then you'll in pain from aching muscles or be tending your blisters.

You'll gain knowledge so you'll know what lies ahead when you get your own self sufficient place and be doing all the things without pay and saving money so you can pay someone else to do it for your after the years and hard work wear you out. Win win.
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medicated/ mind controlled zombies vs. the OP's understanding.

Let's see exactly what these zombies belong to and worship here.

What does alchemy really mean to the Masons? Producing something out of nothing?


Well it started back when people used gold and silver coins to barter with. Then these Khazar type satanists bought a safe and pleaded with everyone to let them protect their coins in their safe. In exchange, they issued IOU's to use in place of the coins so no one would have to worry about being robbed. So then the Khazars decided that they, since no one else could see in the safe and tell how much coin was in there -- could lend out more IOU's fractionally. Meaning if they had 10 dollars worth of coin they could lend out 1000 dollars worth of IOU's, with interest. By doing so, people would line up to get the easy IOU's because they were just paper and didn't need to be mined from anywhere.

So people used the IOU's with interest, and became in debt to the bankers. This is where addictions really began, immediate gratification, consumerism (later credit cards and payday loans). The bankers then took their debt and formed it into a form of slavery, meaning they could have those people taking IOU's for legal tender work for them to pay back the interest, as the addictive properties would assure endless business. The bankers could also seize land and other commodities through the debts incurred, and even created police and forestry service (developed in Brevard, NC by Rockefeller) to take land.

Heck, it even says that on your dollar bills. IOU's. A scam that has now enslaved the world. It isn't the bankers that built the technology and cities, it was the indebted rednecks, blacks, Chinese, poor, and Mexicans that built it all, including the cars and roads.

Now it is a manipulation of numbers and words. A shell game, or magic show. Seeing is believing.


The Satanist really like to boast about their endeavors.





Out done because of a ignorant, willing populace. Without the zombies, which are being physiologically altered now, none of this would be possible. The zombies and the Satanists live in a symbiotic relationship. A weird predator and prey relationship.
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LOL, i love the tiberian sun soundtrack in that video.
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This is life. It is our lot in life to work and struggle. It's just how it is. Ice is suffering" is the Buddha's first teaching.

Such complaints are useless. It's like, " my kidneys hurt. Why do I have kidneies?" what saves us is the compassion on others and the love of our families. You can also lose yourself in contemplative absorption within your work. If you are lucky to have a job even! Otherwise that's just the way it goes. I'm sorry for your pain, have a beer and cheer up... Life doesnt last forever.
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"I have felt despair many times in my life, but I do not keep a chair for it."
~Dr. Clarissa Pinkola Estes

Today is a gift, that is why it is called "The Present"

“When an opponent declares, “I will not come over to your side,” I calmly say, “Your child belongs to us already… What are you? You will pass on. Your descendants, however, now stand in the new camp. In a short time they will know nothing else but this new community.”
- Adolph Hitler

Have a nice day, may God bless you :D
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OP I am with you. I've jumped from job to job and it's all the same - tons of idiots and your soul being crushed by the "system".

It sucks :(
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it's all about the money

Oh really, is that so?

Me thinks money is the LAST thing you should think about. The money will come, have faith in that.

Do you have faith in yourself though?

The only thing "real" in this life...is your experience of it. And it sounds like you have already chosen to experience everything that comes your way in a less-then optimum perspective....you are looking at everything in a way that does not seem to make you happy, in a way that does not work for you. The world is not that way...YOU are choosing to see it that way! Hmmm, what do you think would happen if you decided to switch that perspective about?

As a starting point...what are you grateful for? Name one thing, ANYTHING. That will put you in the right mood. Do this everyday, as much as you can. Be clear on what you want, and focus your thoughts on this.

If you don't like reality...shift your perspective, and you will create a new one. Have fun!

banana2
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Nice thoughts, really, but they are nothing but empty platitudes.

Sometimes one just needs to see and experience 'things' as they are and not pretend 'things' don't exist the way they obviously do.....The status quo would love everyone to continue to blindly consume, toil and pay taxes.

More and more are simply refusing to comply with the insanity, and I salute them.
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Then stop working for other people and work for yourself
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i have done, it is very difficult to secure enough work to make ends meet. it's all about the money. i want to be free of money, build my own log cabin and fish for and grow my own food.
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you have to own property to put your cabin on. once you own the property they will tax you for owning it proving you're not free. if you dont pay they will imprison or murder you. welcome to the land of the free.
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Lol at all the retards saying to tough it out and be a man etc, you perfect slaves. Not even worth quoting them, ignorant morons are just as fucked up as religion tards who only can only fathom a reality they've been conditioned to accept and lash out to defend their pitiful existence.

This is them in a past life:

Slave 1: This is not fair, my master kicks my ass 5 times an hour.
Slave 2: Life is not fair moran, I'd recommend switching to a master that only kicks your ass once an hour. Oh and just pretend it didn't happen. Look on the bright side and look your family in their eyes each night for some warm fuzzy feelings. That's how I cope with it.

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Here's why I feel so deeply resentful towards the system, that I am as deeply reluctant to serve it:

First off, it is so stressful and monotonous competing with hundreds / thousands of other wannabe slaves, that you are forced to constantly upgrade skills and sell yourself more (beg harder). It is degrading to beg to be someone else' slave.

Second, if you manage to get an interview, you are heavily interrogated.

Third, if you make it through the interrogation procedure they now own you and they can talk to you like shit and force you to slave away as hard as they like. Not so? Disobey your boss or argue back, you will find yourself penniless and homeless in no time.

Fourth, you are forced to work with people who may be absolute assholes and there's no escape.

Fifth, you take the stress of a job home with you and your mind is swamped with work schedules. so you cannot truly relax - ever.

Sixth, all of your freedoms are removed from the moment you leave school to the moment you retire. You are forced to work 8 hours per day - Monday to Friday - until your youth has gone forever. In fact, your freedoms are removed as soon as you start school.

Seventh, you are deceived into thinking that you are entitled to two days of freedom, but you are so stressed from the previous 5 days of slavery you just want to sleep in on Saturday. Then you spend Saturday night getting drunk to blot out your miserable existence. Sunday is spent sleeping in and feeling like shit from a hangover.

Eighth, constant toiling away and being handed heavy schedules age you prematurely, not to mention stressing the immune system.

Ninth, you cannot live a self sufficient lifestyle legally independent of the system because if you build a log cabin anywhere, so you can fish / hunt or grow crops for food, the system's henchmen will destroy your home and imprison you.

Tenth, you are a tax generating automaton who exists to swell the moneyboxes of the elite.
I
There you have it -- the big pink elephant is not staring you in the face from the far corner of the room, it is sitting on you and crushing you with it's enormous weight, yet the world is in collective denial over this very obvious fact. Why? Because slavery is all they understand.

That's why I hate the system and refuse to serve it.
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Hell, you hit the nail on the head, and I am 61 with a job.

Frighteningly true.
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Work towards what?

Retirement funds that they just take and manipulate and devalue when it suits them?

Retire in you finally paid off home until they decide your house taxes go up more than you pension and then they just take it!

It's like you never get to retire cause when you do they just change the game and even take your death benefits from your kids!

Get a job you like. Lmfao. The world moves so fast now that when your finished school your knowledge is obsolete! Or they over saturate the market with other slave drones untill the wage you where promised is gone to hundreds of thousands Next you have to pay again in order to keep up yet your already in debt to them for thousands then you finish that and so did everyone else

It's a fleeting fancy that's ends with screwing your fellow man in order to get ahead

A rich man will hardly be accepted into heaven for this reason! A rich man gets that way on the backs of others

All good people do now is exist
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Where do you do your laundry, OP?
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Then stop working for other people and work for yourself
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9teen That is true. SAVE your money, live 2 or 3 to a room if you have to, and be constantly thinking of what you want to do and the best way to do it, spending the least amount of money.
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Re: I'm 34 and jobless. I am deeply resentful towards the so called 'work ethic'. Here's why...
Here's why I feel so deeply resentful towards the system, that I am as deeply reluctant to serve it:

First off, it is so stressful and monotonous competing with hundreds / thousands of other wannabe slaves, that you are forced to constantly upgrade skills and sell yourself more (beg harder). It is degrading to beg to be someone else' slave.

Second, if you manage to get an interview, you are heavily interrogated.

Third, if you make it through the interrogation procedure they now own you and they can talk to you like shit and force you to slave away as hard as they like. Not so? Disobey your boss or argue back, you will find yourself penniless and homeless in no time.

Fourth, you are forced to work with people who may be absolute assholes and there's no escape.

Fifth, you take the stress of a job home with you and your mind is swamped with work schedules. so you cannot truly relax - ever.

Sixth, all of your freedoms are removed from the moment you leave school to the moment you retire. You are forced to work 8 hours per day - Monday to Friday - until your youth has gone forever. In fact, your freedoms are removed as soon as you start school.

Seventh, you are deceived into thinking that you are entitled to two days of freedom, but you are so stressed from the previous 5 days of slavery you just want to sleep in on Saturday. Then you spend Saturday night getting drunk to blot out your miserable existence. Sunday is spent sleeping in and feeling like shit from a hangover.

Eighth, constant toiling away and being handed heavy schedules age you prematurely, not to mention stressing the immune system.

Ninth, you cannot live a self sufficient lifestyle legally independent of the system because if you build a log cabin anywhere, so you can fish / hunt or grow crops for food, the system's henchmen will destroy your home and imprison you.

Tenth, you are a tax generating automaton who exists to swell the moneyboxes of the elite.

There you have it -- the big pink elephant is not staring you in the face from the far corner of the room, it is sitting on you and crushing you with it's enormous weight, yet the world is in collective denial over this very obvious fact. Why? Because slavery is all they understand.

That's why I hate the system and refuse to serve it.
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Be patient. It all ends on January 2014. Why? Read below:

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What about the people who wish to continue to live 3D, third dimensional lives. What about them?



ANSWER: First a point of reference - if people are physically on planet Earth in early January 2014 - they will, most will, at minimum become 4D, fourth dimensional, people. Some will, because of their soul & spirit origin essence, and current level of higher vibration, become 5D, fifth dimensional people. Please keep in mind, the raising of the vibrational frequency of this solar system, including planet Earth, is just part of its destiny, its planned evolution.

Now, as to the approximate fifty percent (50%) (+-5%) of the people who will want to choose to remain 3D and continue to live third dimensional lives: they will have the ability to choose, or not, keep in mind this is all about free will choice, to relocate to an alternative, pristine, virgin 3D world much like Earth was before it became industrialized.
This planet is also located in the Milky Way galaxy like planet Earth. As to where it is located - think of this galaxy as a "pinwheel". With this pinwheel laying horizontally on it side, as a reference point, Earth is located at 7:00, on a spiral arm, as you would look at a round clock face. This new 3D world is located at around 10:00 on a clock face on a completely different pinwheel spiral arm. People who choose to travel to this world will be provided with an advanced notice for departure sometime during the Summer 2013, approximately five (5) months before January 2014. Understand, there will be a travel - transition/adjustment - period of about '10-12 years', based on how we currently calculate time. This travel - transition/adjustment - period will be necessary because, keep in mind, all of the people traveling on this biosphere together to their new home world... they will come from all across Earth, from many countries, from all varieties of cultures, languages, mores, beliefs and ways of living. They will need this time to adjust to each other. They will also learn during the this trip what their new world will be like, and what life will be like... on their new home world together.
Thread: Incoming planet-sized object to create tidal waves on Earth July.27 - thru August 2014

"For 2 consecutive years, lots of rumors concerning big earthquakes and pole shifts caused by a celestial object to occur around the date of August 17 has been circulating on the internet from sources like John Moore and Mike Harris (Nibiru Aug 17 2012) and Pattie Brassard (Mag 15 quake Aug 17 2013).....Is there in any way a chance that the real date could actually be this year? .....August 17 2014???" ----Solar Guardian
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Re: I'm 34 and jobless. I am deeply resentful towards the so called 'work ethic'. Here's why...
If you are really jobless and there is no way you can make money, you could make stuff in your kitchen to sell.

Wraps are very popular.

Buy an electric toaster sandwich maker it has two hot flat sides that come down on each other and the wrap cooks in seconds, test some recipes and you can make piles and piles of these things in one day and are able to make a small fortune every month, there are millions of people around to feed.

Practice makes perfect as you learn to make them better and faster.

You could even sell them with just a few in a pack, as single people like going home and putting food together without first cooking it, wraps are nice, the types of fillings that go in there are numerous.

If your recipe seems not perfect to your liking add a little pure glycerine to it, it rounds it off nicely and makes a faultless wrap. People who are allergic buy these.

Another idea, you could make delicious soups and sell them frozen, you will always get buyers, in no time you will be earning more than you did before.

You don't have to hang around with no money.
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Re: I'm 34 and jobless. I am deeply resentful towards the so called 'work ethic'. Here's why...
Mainstream submissive slaves do not know what real work is. If one of these unfortunate sheep received a taste of real work, they would no longer be telling people to "get a job" or "contribute to your society".

Real work is almost as satisfying as sex.

Real work is work you feel naturally driven to do, not forced by some manipulating "superior".

Real work REALY contributes to society in the true big picture.

The fake office bureaucratic bullshit work, The manual labor, the monotonous robot shit-work, politics, programming, marketing, etc etc.... They are not truly contributing to anything real. They are really just a detriment to a real working society that could exist without this system.

Here are some examples:

Permaculture vs Factory farming

Activist (for a real cause) vs politician

selling real items at fair values to local people vs mass
marketing china made plastic filled BPA crap to the whole world

Crafting something vs selling out artistic ability to a marketing company.

... I could go on... And could probably find a meaningful, enjoyable place for every type of person that exists.

OP just do whatever you want to and fuck what other people say. They know shit.

What’s the worst that could happen? be homeless? that would not be so bad. Sure you may starve a little, but as long as you don't have a substance abuse problem it probably is not so bad. but really... It takes some fucked up circumstances to actually end up homeless.
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Re: I'm 34 and jobless. I am deeply resentful towards the so called 'work ethic'. Here's why...
felt like this 7 years ago...
never got back to it...
bold. you must be...
ingenious. you must be..
fearless, you will become...


you are welcome...to the real you...

i.e nobodyhf
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Re: I'm 34 and jobless. I am deeply resentful towards the so called 'work ethic'. Here's why...
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Re: I'm 34 and jobless. I am deeply resentful towards the so called 'work ethic'. Here's why...
Hey OP, I believe the system you're looking for exists. It's called Africa.

Feel free to move your lazy, whining, scrounging, sorry ass over there. You'll feel quite at home in your mud hut I'm sure.
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Africa would be great if the lucerferians would fucking leave it alone..

The same people op is trying to get away from dick breath..
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Re: I'm 34 and jobless. I am deeply resentful towards the so called 'work ethic'. Here's why...
This is life. It is our lot in life to work and struggle. It's just how it is. Ice is suffering" is the Buddha's first teaching.

Such complaints are useless. It's like, " my kidneys hurt. Why do I have kidneies?" what saves us is the compassion on others and the love of our families. You can also lose yourself in contemplative absorption within your work. If you are lucky to have a job even! Otherwise that's just the way it goes. I'm sorry for your pain, have a beer and cheer up... Life doesnt last forever.
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Look how fat budha is, he aint no role modal, so fuck what that fat bastad has to say ...