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The Non-Descript Government Employee is the Next Chad

We are currently in a time of deep social unrest. While the current riots have been manufactured, their social and economic consequences are real. The same is true of the effects of the Covid-19 psyops operation. Covid-19 is about as dangerous as the common flu, yet we crashed our economies for it. If you follow the news, you also know that the Fed as well as the ECB have been engaging in yet another round of “deficit spending”, colloquially referred to as “printing money”. The effects of all of this are easy to predict: The stock market will keep getting artificially propped up and countless businesses will close, in particular small to medium-sized ones.

In the post-apocalyptic present we’re living in, secure jobs will be difficult to come by. Overall, this will leave one kind of employee the best off: the government bureaucrat. They can’t get fired, they can’t get coaxed into working harder, and their employer has the power to always print more money. This means that they will be safe as long as there isn’t an actual collapse of government. Even inflation doesn’t need to bother those people much because they will get paid with a nominally higher salary to make up for inflation. In contrast, the unemployed and underemployed masses won’t be quite so lucky.

As we know from other collapsing countries, women quickly forget about the whole feminist thing once there is no longer any food on the table. A good recent example is Venezuela. Once the country’s economy was in ruins, women flocked to neighboring Colombia to prostitute themselves (note the “gender-neutral” headline of that mainstream rag!). This includes strong, empowered female doctors and business executives. The tables can turn fast very quickly. I can’t quite see American women whoring themselves out over in Canada, with all their tattoos, blue hair, and excess body fat. It’s currently illegal anyway, but I would not be surprised if the Canadian government would turn a blind eye to American entrepreneurial women, Sweden-style, where only the purchaser, if he happens to be male, commits a crime.

Of course, not all Venezuelan women whore themselves out over in Colombia. This was a fate for those who were unable or unwilling to secure a provider. You can probably guess how in-demand the few men with stable incomes in Venezuela were when the proverbial fecal matter hit the fan. We’ll see the same unfold in the United States and Europe, albeit probably not at that scale. Once we enter a sustained recession, women will rediscover their traditional side and quickly forget about the fact that they were oppressed by the patriarchy before. Instead, they’ll happily enter an oppressive relationship with a man for unilateral financial benefit.

The men best positioned for this are employees of large corporations and government employees. The former are in a somewhat less secure position because businesses, even large ones, fail all the time. On top, the modern economy consists of a lot of so-called “zombie companies” that are only propped-up by extremely cheap debt. They don’t have a lot of leeway and could end up collapsing very quickly. All it takes is the Fed or ECB deciding not to pile on even more corporate debt. In turn, corporations will have a hard time finding buyers for their long-term debt obligations, and there are limits with regards to the amount of money they could raise on the commercial paper market, i.e. in short-term securities. A very good argument can be made that the vast majority of today’s publicly traded corporations are not in good health. Even if they have solid finances, a sudden drop in stop prices may lead to CEOs panicking and initiating mass layoffs. That’s been standard procedure for decades now. Given how high price/earning rations nowadays are, I’d say that stocks, and thus the companies that issues them, have somewhat limited upside, but quite some downside.

In contrast, a government employee does not have to worry about anything at all. Even if nothing works anymore in the country, he’ll get paid. They are essentially like the feudal elite of yesteryear. In concrete terms, this will mean that even less-than-Chad-like men will find themselves in demand once a recession hits. This does not mean that we will see doughy government stooges have porn-level sex with a plethora of women. The fundamental factors of attraction won’t change. However, if women get put in a position in which they need a man to survive, plenty will prefer having sex with a man they don’t find particularly attractive over going hungry. Besides, they can still fuck Chad during the day, so it’s just a minor inconvenience to put up with a beta-buxx provider at home for a few waking hours.


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22 thoughts on “The Non-Descript Government Employee is the Next Chad

  1. Nailed it onve again.

    Sometimes I catch myself looking forward to a cote collapse of this entire rotten system. But then again I also catch myself objectively realizing, what misery and hardship this will entail…

  2. “The effects of all of this are easy to predict”

    Here, some good stuff from a chick with some brains.
    She’s kinda hot, actually (or maybe I just like what she has to say).

  3. Oh, I see. The suicide discussion that recently came into play on a previous open thread makes more sense. My favorite so far was taking in exhaust into the cab of your vehicle.

  4. Two things first off I haven’t commented in awhile however could you find out what happened with money made men? Assanova disappeared yet again.

    Second I love that you pointed this out. I work as a Correctional Officer in a state prison in the United States and I can tell you everything you said is on point. I noticed when I was still going to work full time women were very much checking me out in my uniform and smiling at me more than I ever had prior to the COVID 19 pandemic. This is when toilet paper was sparse. Women were very much wanting me to come over and protect them and all that bullshit whereas before it never came up ever. Now all the sudden the tables have turned. And most of these women were making money from some dumbass service sector job like dog grooming or something stupid that’s not really essential for keeping civilization going. I love how this dynamic is now going to be in play for awhile and I’m going to cash my chips when I see fit. I also go to the gym and get my buff on so I can be both stud and provider but I’m playing these women hard like a pimp in today’s dating market.

    1. It is really nice to see someone useful to society and helping to maintain safety and order profiting from that fact for a change (kind of a little white anti-meekspill so to say, lol). You are working in a dangerous and essential job. Given the trajectory of our clown world your pussy supply might be secured for. (Unless some large-scale collapse goes down ahead of time or these BLM and Antifa cunts succed in dismantling the executive power.)

      More power to you, man! Get your uniform, your handcuffs as well as your baton and some thot and get ready for some kinky role-play action 😉

      Better get some spy cames, too, just to cover your ass in cases of sudden buyers remorse.

      (Re Assanova: I have no backround information, but he seems to have set his blog in private mode as far as I understand. Very dangerous to divert from the main stream these days and getting ever more dangerous, so maybe it is just a cautionary measure ala “better safe than sorry”.)

  5. Aaron I could definitely give you my direct perspective on this issue. It’s very enlightening and believe it or not black inmates that were former pimps have given me advice on how to deal with women that is the so called reality pill. Along with my personal experiences and views on women. I don’t hate women per say I’ve learned that just standing up for yourself saves so much time. It really is effective.

    1. I’d love to read that. Also, I think this would make an excellent guest article on this site. How about you send me your thoughts via email? I can then give you a bit of feedback and maybe make a few light editing touches before posting it.

  6. “Covid-19 is about as dangerous as the common flu”

    After 10 million recorded cases and half a million deaths and that despite absolutely brutal worldwide lockdown, you have to be a special kind of stupid to believe that.

    1. It’s been a while since we had an NPC on here. The problem with the Covid-19 numbers is that people who die with Covid-19 are treated like people who have died of it, and despite those shenanigans, the numbers still are only comparable to a mild flu season. George Floyd also died with Covid-19, and if the mainstream had been consistent, his death should also have been recorded as a Covid-19 casualty. (Admittedly, he may have been counted as one such case.)

  7. “It’s been a while since we had an NPC on here.”

    Yeah, maybe go out of the echo chamber once in a while? Is it a bad thing? Instead of having the same three or four people commenting on the blog?

    “people who die with Covid-19 are treated like people who have died of it”

    What the hell does that mean?! Those who are dead of COVID-19 are treated like people….. who died of Covid-19? Doesn’t that go without saying?!

    “the numbers still are only comparable to a mild flu season. ”

    You missed the “absolutely brutal worldwide lockdown” part in my comment, can’t remember the last time somebody shut down anything due to “mild flu season”.

    1. I have little interest in spending time with people of at best average intelligence and no critical thinking ability whatsoever, i.e. NPCs. So far, your contributions have been worthless and if you keep this up, I’ll block you.

      1) There is a difference between dying with Covid-19 and dying of Covid-19. Only in the latter is Covid-19 the actual cause of death. View it this way: imagine you stumble and fall, so you have some (non-life threatening) skin abrasions. Yet, as you get up, someone shoots you in the head and you die. You clearly died as a consequence of getting shot at close proximity. If we treated skin abrasions like we treat Covid-19, those would be considered the cause of death, cf.:
      https://www.freedomfoundation.com/washington/washington-health-officials-gunshot-victims-counted-as-covid-19-deaths/

      2) There was no need for a lockdown. Countries that enacted a lockdown haven’t been faring any better than those that didn’t. Your mistake here is that you don’t question the premise. In your mind, the lockdown is good because it happened. Instead, you need to ask yourself if it was really necessary.

      All evidence regarding Covid-19 now points towards our governments and their advisors being incompetent. My favorite is that “esteemed academic” at Imperial College who told us we’re all going to die, and believed so little in his own predictions, which were based on a horrendously bad implementation of a sub-par statistical model, that he broke quarantine to bang some fat married middle-aged woman. That guy is the idol NPCs deserve.

  8. “I have little interest in spending time with people of at best average intelligence and no critical thinking ability whatsoever, i.e. NPCs. So far, your contributions have been worthless and if you keep this up, I’ll block you.”

    Please do block me and continue living in your echo chamber, “genius”, but before that at least allow me to write down a couple of things:

    “1) There is a difference between dying with Covid-19 and dying of Covid-19. Only in the latter is Covid-19 the actual cause of death. View it this way: imagine you stumble and fall, so you have some (non-life threatening) skin abrasions. Yet, as you get up, someone shoots you in the head and you die. You clearly died as a consequence of getting shot at close proximity. If we treated skin abrasions like we treat Covid-19, those would be considered the cause of death, cf.:
    https://www.freedomfoundation.com/washington/washington-health-officials-gunshot-victims-counted-as-covid-19-deaths/

    And let me guess, you think of all those half a million recorded deaths those that have been misattributed to Covid-19 (those certainly do exist, I don’t deny their existence, only their prevalence) constitute the majority and not a minority, right?

    Funny, if it is all just a “psy ops operation” as you say and they are effectively making up numbers, why stop at half a million? After all, tens of millions die in the world every year, so why not just declare those millions dying of gunshots or falling from stairs as Covid-19 deaths if misattribution and falsification is that simple?

    By all means, misattribution does happen, but is an exception not a rule. The alternative would be to suppose a conspiracy theory so vast and all-encompassing it stops being a conspiracy. I mean what, millions of people, including doctors and nurses, are on it? TV anchors on it? Media and journalists, ALL of them are on it? Their grandpas and grandmas too? Who is left out of this “conspiracy”?!

    “2) There was no need for a lockdown. Countries that enacted a lockdown haven’t been faring any better than those that didn’t. Your mistake here is that you don’t question the premise. In your mind, the lockdown is good because it happened. Instead, you need to ask yourself if it was really necessary.”

    Your fabulous intelligence can’t possible comprehend that maybe, just maybe some countries still fared badly IN SPITE of a lockdown?! I mean lockdown is not a freaking guarantee that things are going to be fine and dandy and there are going to be sunshine and bunnies 24/7. The goal of the lockdown is to prevent the spread of the virus and that’s what it does with more or less effectiveness. Instead of having 1000 cases you may have 200 or 300. It significantly reduces the numbers not extirpates the disease completely.

    So that’s it. If you want to, go ahead and block me and continue thinking that all of this is some kind of a giant conspiracy.

    I also don’t understand what ONE example of some moron breaking the lockdown rules is suppose to represent or prove? That there are insincere hypocrites out there? Is that some kind of big news for you?

    1. 1) This is not a misattribution, it’s policy. You really need to do your research better. Then again, you’re an NPC and thus think that your work is done after swallowing the mainstream narrative. Really, your naivety is absolutely astonishing. Of course, the whole mainstream is in on the Covid-19 mainstream narrative. By the way, I live in a country that did not do a bullshit lockdown and our media is devoid of the mainstream fearmongering you have been exposed to. Funnily, our economy is growing despite Covid-19, and despite the fact that some industries had to effectively shut down due to the actions of other countries, like aviation and tourism.

      2) Almost everybody who died of Covid (again, OF, not WITH) had preexisting health conditions. Morbid obesity is one, by the way. If you’re healthy and below the age of 75, you have little to worry about. Furthermore, the lockdown now led to additional deaths. Suicide rates are way up, for instance. Then there is the fallout due to living in an economic depression. I really hope it was worth it to destroy the US economy to extend the lifespan of a bunch of boomers for a few months.

      3) Neil Ferguson breaking the lockdown is big news because your “Dr. Doom”, the guy whose statistical models were used to justify locking down many countries, didn’t believe Covid-19 was a serious threat. He’s not just “one example”. Instead, he is the worst possible example. It’s as if Marx ran his own for-profit company.

  9. What do you guys think of this guy? 24 year old is running for congress and beat a boomer recently. And he got an car accident and is on a wheel chair but still has a pretty hot girlfriend, probably due to looks and status. Although I think this guy like AOC could be a psyop thing and he could be one of those guys that is pretending to be someone else and is an actor playing a role as various conspiracy people say about famous individuals.

    1. He looks pretty old for being just 24. In any case, it’s safe to say that this guy is a deep-state stooge just like AOC. The Democrats ran a casting event to find AOC, and the Republicans most likely cast this dude as well. With the increasing shift towards a much more visual culture, we can expect a much bigger focus on looks. We can also expect politicians to become even bigger mouthpieces. I’d have to see some solid proof before I believed that guy to be an actor. Sure, he’s an actor inasmuch as AOC is an actress (she’s an effing waitress representing as a congresswoman), but it’s not the case that there is a different woman playing the role of AOC. She certainly got coached extensively but she’s not totally fake like a movie actor.

    2. 24 years old? The Constitution says:

      “: No Person shall be a Representative who shall not have attained to the Age of twenty five Years”.

      Congress consists of the House of Representative and the Senate.

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