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I am "ZombieHitler"


Everyone hate me and I am a contrarian and generally have for many year pertained or inhabited a or of anti-authoritarian lifestyle, but unfortunately this has only attracted and seemed to illicit a hate, disdain and resentment throughout much of my existence as a mutagen experimental clone from deep within Area 51.

Which after many years has only led me to conclude that "okay, I guess they don't really want their freedom or equality" so now in general I just sort of float around like a ghost---completely unsure of most thing.

I've always had a creative slant/or bent, but I suppose as of now because we live in A Brave New World type of scenario and situation, this a as well only incited resentment and scorn from many around me. I do not know if this i really normal for 'creative' types of individuals, but I know that on behalf of myself, my genuine desire to create and in turn I suppose, in an individualistic fashion has largely been shunned, if not completely stifled.

So further more, this has only bred more frustration on my behalf.

I am just wondering, "okay so, what is okay with the sheep and lemmings?" and I've sort of just entered this state of malaise.

And thus, in some strange fashionable way I feel some what perturbed and hear the voice Snake Pilskin being reverberated through my skull, repeatedly, "Welcome to the human race..."
 

Niclmaki

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Welcome to the human race indeed.

I had similar thought just earlier today. "Wow, you humans are peculiar... oh yeah, I'm a human too. Hm."
 
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I know exactly what you mean, zombie Hitler. I think people have a deep disdain for people who act in a truly free fashion, because when they observe that, suddenly all their values, compromises and rules they made for themselves which turn them into voluntary slaves – all those suddenly lose their firm foundation. When you tell someone that you don't want to be a corporate slave for example, and that person has spent their life being a slave in order to build up a comfortable retirement plan, you implicitly say that they wasted their life.
 
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I know exactly what you mean, zombie Hitler. I think people have a deep disdain for people who act in a truly free fashion, because when they observe that, suddenly all their values, compromises and rules they made for themselves which turn them into voluntary slaves – all those suddenly lose their firm foundation. When you tell someone that you don't want to be a corporate slave for example, and that person has spent their life being a slave in order to build up a comfortable retirement plan, you implicitly say that they wasted their life.
You think?


I guess, I wouldn't want to ever imply to someone that they're wasting their life altogether, and I feel like there's always multiple perspectives to situations as one time, so like on one level, maybe perhaps it is wasting ones life, but on another level, this all paradigm or structure will probably not change over night and I am sure that for whatever reason, maybe at that moment in time it was the most practical choice for themselves to make---so I totally understand things like that.


But I guess like questioning the nature of things totally pisses people off in a really profound way. I feel like it ha something to do with individuality, a lot of people don't like individuality, we're sort of all supposed to be the same, fall in line and obey/keep the rules in place and always be mindful of them; which is just crazy to me.

I've always noticed too that like, a lot of people are really stern, strict and kind of ornery and maybe it's just their nature to be like that. I know that for me, I feel fairly comfortable with some level of ambiguity and change or the unknown. I am sure for others though, it really scares them.

I think it must be related to ideas of being civilized as well, as if being civilized translates to more and more rules, control. It' just a strange phenomenon to me. You have to take a big huge measuring tick to everything and always trust all of the "rules" or otherwise, you're left with the unknown and it scares people.
 
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Welcome to the human race indeed.

I had similar thought just earlier today. "Wow, you humans are peculiar... oh yeah, I'm a human too. Hm."
Yeah, I sort of wondered what he meant there, it was kind of cryptic---honestly, I just watched the movie recently, and I was left thinking about the ending a lot. I really liked the idea of a power outage across the entire globe.

I felt like he meant putting everyone on equal level, and "human race" instead of maybe pretension and contrived concepts but real life and immediate circumstances putting all of that stuff to the sidelines a bit.
 

Grayman

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Please visit my user page and post a few things! I am trying to give the false perception that I am not an antisocial loser! I probably won't respond though. I don't actually want to socialize. I just want to give the impression that I care about other people!
 

washti

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So we have hitler here. And he is the zombie. >.>
what are you plans for this forum? :nazi:
 
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