The Terrifying Truth of Pride

The Terrifying Truth of Pride


Yesterday, June 10th, Terrorist ‘Unabomber’ Ted Kaczynski was found dead in his cell. In His Manifesto Industrial Society and Its Future Kaczynski contends that regulation of human social behaviour through technology has led to a sociopolitical order that subjugates human needs beneath its own.
Books, like the Bible, are technology used by states as propaganda, to illicit certain behaviours from their population.
“But the techniques of propaganda that exist today backed by the electronic media and the modern printing press, far surpass the Bible, Confucianism, and anything else that has existed in the past”

What Is Pride?

Pride is the sense of superiority we recieve from achievement. ‘Gay Pride’ under our definition is actually a misnomer.
June 1969; New York City. Homosexuality is illegal and brutal police raids on gay bars have increased tensions in the community to their boiling point. The Stonewall Riots would bring about a shift in the Gay liberation movement: rather than simply advocate living life openly as a homosexual, protesters would counter societal shame with gay pride.
Gay Pride started not as a way for homosexuals to make themselves feel superior, rather, to counteract the persecution enacted upon them by their government. A plight many Christians can certainly relate to.

Where It Went Wrong
Our personal experience is rooted in our communal and political situation. We could say that high domestic abuse cases in Russia is caused by poor personal problem-solving, or we could look at the bigger picture and see that alchol abuse was a problem enabled by Soviet leaders who welcomed alcohol sales as a source of state revenue and did not view heavy drinking as a significant social problem. By examining issues by their broader political strokes, we can attribute the cause of many personal problems as a result of political decision making that leads to oppression.

We have to realize that Gay Pride movement was merely an attempt by gay rights advocates to assimilate with the political situation of their time. National Pride was fostered by the US government throughout the 19th and early 20th centuries through various factors and propogandas, including westward expansion, industrialization, and waves of immigration. The 1950s idea of the “American Dream” and the belief in American exceptionalism played a key role in fostering national pride and identity.

“The cheapest sort of pride is national pride; for if a man is proud of his own nation, it argues that he has no qualities of his own of which he can be proud… Every miserable fool who has nothing at all of which he can be proud adopts, as a last resource, pride in the nation to which he belongs; he is ready and glad to defend all its faults and follies tooth and nail, thus reimbursing himself for his own inferiority.””
― Arthur Schopenhauer

Where Pride Really Comes From
Pride is incredibly useful for drumming up political support by governments and political movements, but what good does it do us in our personal lives? Pride is an incredibly dangerous emotion, with no benefit for individuals.

Pride serves to build confidence in individuals, but it is not of a good kind. Confidence is traditionally built with repetition and research. But practice is hard. Pride, based in emotion or retaliation to an antithesis, is easy, quick dopamine that makes us sick long-term. As an addiction, pride is what blinds us to our own self-improvement allows us rest on our laurels. Prideful people do not admit or recognize faults, it causes people to hold arrogant attitudes towards others, and treat people with contempt.

The Personal is Political
Pride is a disease, weaponized and propogated by our own government to retain control over a divided nation. Let me introduce you to Brendan Whitworth, CIA Operative and current Anheuser-Busch US CEO.
Two months before June Pride month, when most of these kinds of ads would come out, and the anniversary of the Stonewall Riots, Anheuser-Busch, America’s best selling beer company, especially in conservative areas, launchs a sponsored ad with Dylan Mulvaney, trans instragram user, targeting a very. Somehow two days later, artist and close government confident Robert Ritchie, also known as Kid Rock posts a video shooting Bud lite to great confusion and uproar. Then the media went crazy.

This. Made. No. Sense.

Until I learned about ESGs: Environmental, social, and corporate governance.
This is Brendan Whitworth’s bankroller: Henry A. Fernandez, another CIA agent.
Fernandez was raised son of Armando Fernandez, who had held a high rank in the National Guard, and was able to help him get admitted to and graduate from Georgetown University, the #1 school for CIA recruits. From 1976 to 1979 he was a diplomat in the Nicaraguan
Embassy in Washington, DC just before the corrupt US backed Somoza family and Contras began the Nicaraguan Revolution.
Currently, he runs a company, MSCI, which is the main company responsible for propagating ESGs in recent years. As the majority stockholder and a current valuation of 40 billion dollars stipulated to rise heavily, he stands to becomes the most wealthy and influencial person in the world, if he is not already.
ESGs are frameworks for investors to consider other issues, like environmental, social issues, in the context of corporate governance.
In less than 20 years, and especially since the pandemic, the ESG movement has grown from a small responsibility initiative launched by the United Nations in response to the brutal apartheid regime in South Africa, into a global phenomenon representing more than US$30 trillion in assets.
The EU is already on board. The EU’s 2014 Non-Financial Reporting Directive will apply to every country on a national level to implement and requires large companies to disclose non-financial and diversity information. This also includes providing information on how they operate and manage social and environmental challenges. The aim is to help investors, consumers, policy makers, and other stakeholders to evaluate the non-financial performance of large companies. The information is taken by companies like MSCI, and compiled into an ESG rating. A kind of social credit score.
The problem is that companies who do not adhere to these disclosures are becoming increasingly penalized. Not only this, but companies like MSCI have no oversight outside of their own stakeholders to ensure their ESG ratings are fair. Bloomberg shows, for example, that the primary ways companies are increasing their ESG ratings have nothing to do with environmental or productivity issues, rather MSCI is concerned with which companies are engaging in more positive discrimination, age discrimination, or doing the best job of reaching out to traditionally vulnerable groups.
If you’re wondering why it seems like all these companies are going woke at the same time– its because of this guy. And if you’re wondering who is trying to change public opinion on the issue, its this guy. And now voting with your wallet means way less, because the large fund managers use ESG scores to determine which companies will get funded.
While the Trump Administration blocked Labor Department usage of ESG, the Biden administration has reversed it, and banks are beginning to sue, because they don’t like it. Because it has nothing to do with what companies are profitable, but which companies are doing what the CIA and MSCI find beneficial.

I’m tired of the division. I’m sick of these prideful, God-hating power hungry CIA people herders. If you’re watching this and in the woke crowd, you might be happy now but thats the point. They will keep you happy just long enough until they fabricate another issue to divide us so that THEY can control more of your money. You might ask yourself, what can I do?

Stop playing their game. Send this video to your friends, and begin local organizations. Demand the immediate investigation of Brendan Whitworth and Henry A. Fernandez for treason and fraud. This will not stop until these and other manipulators are put in prison or otherwise held accountable.

the last days:

“For people will love only themselves and their money. They will be boastful and proud, scoffing at God, disobedient to their parents, and ungrateful. They will consider nothing sacred. They will be unloving and unforgiving; they will slander others and have no self-control. They will be cruel and hate what is good. They will betray their friends, be reckless, be puffed up with pride, and love pleasure rather than God” (2 Timothy 3:2–4, NLT). 
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