Hendrick solves (50a): Victimhood - introduction

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  • smitentertainment reply Victims are parsites that burden society. They take the position that they cannot help the difficult situation they find themselves in. They could not prevent it either. This means they are relieved of any obligation to change their predicament and wait for others to come to their aid. The 'relief worker' lives to help these victims. A 'finger pointer', often the victim himself, will identify the perpetrators. These characters are rendered partly or completely useless to the rest of society. This wouldn't be a problem if they would bare the costs of victimhood themselves. They don't. They weigh down on the productive part of society and cause more misery. This is no problem to the characters in this play, as misery is their game. Additional links on the topic (irregularly updated): Steve Hughes on political correctness and being offended: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ceS_jkKjIgo Feminism, a Victim Mentality Disorder, TFF Episode 29 (prof. Janice Fiamengo): https://www.youtube.com/...morewatch?v=_ohyaZrEucM Why Islam teaches war-like and victim mentality (The Treaty of Hudaybiyyah): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uhFktSKRAsk Why good people should be armed: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=20RoAfflGCM
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