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Wednesday, February 16, 2011

Some men just want to watch the world burn.

I've been thinking about this quote and my life in general lately. No particular reason of course, just because I like to distract myself with irrelevant thoughts.



I did one of those pointless tarot card things a looong time ago, and some where in it, which is the only part I remember, was how I was a good and thoughtful person, striving for the greater good... But if given the chance, as if I gained a high authority or power or something, I would be extremely ruthless, merciless and overall evil...

I'm a fan of the unordinary. I thought Hitler's Germany was a splendid idea, other than for the holocaust of course... I had relatives- Jewish ones- who died during it. But overall, I can see the full picture. I don't have tunnel vision like a good fraction of the world. I'm not blinded by either the lack of or too much exposure.

I'm just going to say really quick that the allied nations in WWI created Hitler. Mainly due to leaving the defeated country in ruins both physically and economically. All of which is nothing more than a seed for disaster. Europe deserved WWII, in my opinion, mainly due to the faulty start of the first world war, and due to blaming Germany for starting it in the first place.

But anyways. Hitler brought his country out of it's depression, gave the German people hope. Which they wouldn't have needed if they allied powers would have done the courteous thing in the first place. He was quite brilliant in taking control and using propaganda and other means to dictate his way to power. Afterwards his regime spread like wildfire, engulfing mostly all of the central body of Europe. He made mistakes, so he lost. That ends that story.

But that tarot card reading stuck with me over the years. Maybe it's just mind over matter, or it's an astonishing coincidence. For those who know me. ( I don't have a lot of self worth IE: totally not a Dbag ) I guess I'm a pretty nice person. Lazy at times, procrastinating usually, but overall pretty nice. But of course if you know me well enough I can be a little crazy, a little out of the norm, but that's always good for humor I always thought.

But anyways, back to that quote, I've come to like how things go wrong in the world. Not anything close to me of course because that's just annoying and a complete waste of my time... but Egypt for example. I saw both sides of the issue, but yet didn't really find one more important than the other. I'm just fascinated in chaos, whether it be social, economic, or any other kind. It interests me is all I'm saying. I wouldn't want to cause it, because that would make me a bad person. But is me finding it fascinating make me a bad person? I don't know and to be honest, I could really give a shit.


23 comments:

  1. haha great blog! Following and supporting, keep it up!

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  3. exellent blog keep it up, following mc ;)

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  4. its ok, i think its good to be out of the norm, being normal is boring.

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  5. Of course your tarot card reading was going to depict you as a good person. Did you happen to pay for this reading? Tarot cards are superstitious bullshit like astrology. It's to make people happy and think their future is bright and their soul is filled with goodness. Rainbows and farts.

    Did you happen to pay for this particular tarot card reading? If so, look at it for what it is: Someone you gave money to told you you're a good person. There's a very likely chance they told you this BECAUSE you paid them.

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  6. Everybody is out for their own interests. When those interests differ from somebody else's they are called "evil." In my opinion.

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  7. I think being open minded is the best way to be. :)

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  8. I tend to stay neutral for most things and simply accept and adapt to the current conditions

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  9. Haven't been checking the blog lately, I missed some good posts. Keep at it!

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  10. wow that little kid is not afraid.

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  11. I do agree chaos is fascinating, to me as well. Its possibly been detrimental to my progress in life although I think a penchant for change has mostly helped me change things for the better.

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  12. Personally, I find chaos interesting from a spectator's perspective. I'm just too laid back to get involved most of the time.

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  13. I would recommend an anime to you. Watch Code Geass... You should find it interesting.
    I guess the tarot card reading would apply to virtually anyone. Power corrupts. A well known fact.

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  14. I think it's ok too, everyone likes to see some chaos

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  15. Hitler and Broomrape. this may be the greatest blog ever!

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  16. Remember, Hitler thought he was right. But then again so does every powerful man.

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  17. Nice post bro, its nice when someone thinks outside of the blue box

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