Saturday, April 23, 2011

Why Do We Tolerate US Citizenship By Virtue Of Birth On US Soil?

The US Constitution needs to be amended to remove the citizenship at birth clause. No country should permit the filth of the world to become citizens simply by virtue of birth on its soil.

Citizenship should be earned, and the peoples of the world should join our country only if they have something to offer in terms of educational attainment, wealth or occupational skills.

I don't care what caste, color, or creed you are from, but you should not be American just because your mother dropped her load here on our shores. What do you bring to the table here? If you are productive and pay taxes like the rest of us, good on you, but if you suck the social entitlement coffers dry and pollute our prisons, get the hell out!

And we have these true idiots who complain about the President's birth certificate? Birthers should be concerned about the trash of the world having their children here to solidify US citizenship for entire families!

That is the greatest failure of our Constitution and it has destroyed our society from within. I'm out, and good luck with this country as it deteriorates.

How Should Men Define Personal Success?

The question came up on the Mancoat forum about redefining male success. We need to be careful about the term success, because it means different things for different people.

Ask yourself what would give you lifelong personal fulfillment. Are you at the point of personal fulfillment? If not, you are not a success just yet.

Personal fulfillment comes in many forms. Mother Theresa was personally fulfilled by living in poverty to help the less fortunate. Donald Trump is personally fulfilled by making successful business deals and appearing in the media. The hick from West Virginia is personally fulfilled by catching his dinner each night in the woods, and cooking it up on the wood stove.

The problem is that American culture, via Hollywood and Corporate advertising, put out the notion of success being the "American Dream" and most silly Americans bought into that. Many suffer from that mistake today.

What is success for me? Living abroad on a good salary, early retirement at age 50, and having serial relationships with women half my age. I don't need to be a millionaire, but money enables my success life so it is important. I don't want to be married, I don't need kids, and I don't buy into the nonsense that traps too many other men into wage slavery. In that sense, I'm a success too.

Success is a deeply personal assessment and don't let anyone determine for you what constitutes personal success for you.

Wednesday, April 13, 2011

Gerald Celente Tells It Like It Is!

This is the most important commentary of the day. This is not to be missed. No wonder the Decline of America is picking up speed!