Satanic Activism???

What is with these people?  They don’t seem to get it.  Don’t tell me you’re being ‘active’ on my behalf.  You haven’t a fucking clue what I need or want.  Don’t tell me you’re doing ‘Real World’ stuff for my Satanism.  What you’re actually doing is what YOU want.  I get it.  You’re invested so deep that it has developed into Cognitive Dissonance No?  Then, why aren’t you listening?  It’s like you have your fingers in your ears saying “La, la, la, I’m not listening to youooooo, Sin Jones!”

 

You feel the need to be active in social issues, that’s cool.  If that’s what you want to do but be intellectually honest about it.  Be real about it.  Why is it so hard to say:  “I’m doing it because I feel this issue affects me.  I’m doing what I can to ensure that I directly benefit from it.”  I mean, that’s what it’s really about right?  Unless of course you’ve deluded yourself into believing you are committing an act of Altruism.  As if THAT really exists.

 

It may even be for appearances because well, you’ve got something to prove… To somebody.  To Who?  It doesn’t really matter.  It’s form of personal validation vs. self-actualization as far as I’m concerned.  Maybe that’s your Satan-ism.

 

A castrated Devil, is no devil of mine.  

 

I don’t know why people act so shocked when I don’t share the same opinions and viewpoints.  I suppose, people suffer from hive-mentality.  If you dote a label then it must mean that every person shares the same mind.  A label then becomes a hive but every hive has a Queen.

 

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I wonder.  What are you really serving?  It must be your Queen.  You’ve been a busy little worker bee!

There’s a vast difference between a Solitary Bee and Communal Bees.   A Solitary Bee requires no workers.  Every one of them is fertile and constructs their own nest.  They don’t produce wax or honey and pollinate for their own brood.  Communal Bees are common.  There’s nothing extraordinary about them.

 

See:  The Social Behaviors of Bees 

 

It’s pretty wild what passes off as Satanism these days.  Don’t get me wrong, I both understand and embrace diversity.  In fact, I engage in discussions on various platforms to extract ideas from other would-be Satanists out of curiosity.  I’ve been called a Social Analyst but I feel more akin to Indiana Jones and Lara Croft.  It’s both Anthropological interest and raiding tombs… Rape and pillage!
I use Social Media as a Tool, not as ‘The World’.  What I mean by that is, some people get so caught up using the tool that they begin to believe that it’s REALITY itself.  It becomes the world.

 

Check this out…

Recently I earned myself a Gold Badge on a curating site called Scoop-it.  What does that mean?  Essentially, it’s a marketing tactic to entice users to upgrade to the Premium version.  This should be rather evident to the observer.  Should be, but isn’t.  I’ve been told that my Satanism topic is the envy of others using the site.  Others, I’ve personally invited to use it, for their own curations.  I figure, the more the merrier.  I’m always looking for interesting topics and signs of the ‘Satanic’, whatever other people think that means.  It’s a curiosity.  Much like a beautiful insect under-glass.    What are they really envious of?  I mean, it’s not if this thing is making me rich.  I suppose, it’s the 12.8K views and average follow-rate of 18+ per day.  Woopdie fucking doo!  It’s a social media tool, not some popularity contest.

 

Apparently, some ‘Satanic’ attitudes and ‘Satan-isms’ involve High School Nostalgia.  I didn’t get caught up in the Cliques when I was a kid and I certainly ain’t going to start now.  I didn’t even go to my own Prom!  I’m amazed at how important this stuff is to people.  I digress…

 

This recent discussion on The 600 Club may be of special interest.  I’d consider it an eye-opener.  Not the opening topic and video posted but the sub-discussions that occur in the comments.  A mere 6 pages but well worth the read from start to finish, if you’re at all interested in weird Satanist behavior.  It’s pretty damn weird.

 

There’s quite a few topics that some ‘Satanists’ feel zealous passion towards that I couldn’t muster a single fuck about.  To me, it’s just a trade-off.  If these weirdos aren’t reveling against Religion, it’s something else.  They call it ‘Adversarialism’ but that’s just a mask for the underlying issue.  Nietzsche called it Slave-Morality and if I keep mentioning it (in past blogs) because I feel he hit the nail on the head.  It’s pretty damn accurate.  Even a broken-clock is right twice a day.

 

Some of these people talk out of both-sides of their mouths.

 

Being a Statist, is no different than supplicating to a Theocracy, in my opinion.    Maybe it’s because I make a terrible subordinate that it invokes my gag-reflex.  Satan is the Active sure but there’s a lot more going on there as a form of Left-hand Path.  Even a rambunctious self-annihilator can dance a jig.

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Maybe that’s it!  These people have to self-destruct before they realize what solipsistic assholes they’re being!!!!    Some fires, just smolder and deserve the hose!

-Sin Jones

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7 responses to “Satanic Activism???

  1. That’s the thing about activism of any kind. You act on ‘your’ beliefs alone, even if your thoughts are that you are seeking betterment for ‘everyone’. Some just cant get it through their heads that personal and mutual pursuits alike, are purely selfish. That being said, I wouldn’t mind certain changes that benefit everyone, I just know what that ‘desire’ implies. With so many others to fool, why fool yourself?

    • Good question Darryl. When you corner these people and ask them, they run around the bush, even when it’s on fire right in front of their faces. It’s Fool’s journey.

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  3. So, again I would question why this is being presented as a binary issue. Are someone’s actions either entirely selfless or entirely selfish? Can there be no middle-ground where an action can both be good for an individual and good for a group at the same time? If an activist is fighting pollution in the sea, sure part of that is for their own personal gratification, but if successful it would benefit the whole of humanity. If something benefits many people other than yourself, do you still consider that to be a “selfish” motivation? I would agree that pure altruism doesn’t exist, even those who claim to be entirely selfless do so for themselves; that said I feel the same about selfishness. Just as the “bad guys” in life frequently don’t see themselves as such, and will frequently have personal justification for their actions, most “selfish” people will have external justifications for their actions as well as their internal motivations, even when acting selfishly.

    1) What, exactly, is the issue with selfish-motivations? 3) Why do you think it’s so detrimental for people to peacefully lobby for what they believe in? 3) Why do you seem to think that selfishness is a mutually exclusive motivating factor? The way I’ve always seen it, all things are connected; no action taken benefits or harms only the person taking it, no human being is an island, and no human’s motivations are that easily boiled down into black or white. People do things for many different reasons, sometimes they fool themselves about what those reasons are, but to say their motivations can be actually labeled with absolutes seems a little strange to me.

    Do you honestly feel that anyone’s opinion can be purely “right” or “wrong?” Do you truly feel that someone’s motivations are purely “Selfish” or “altruistic?” I see more areas of grey there than I do clear-cut lines. To say that people are deluding themselves because they don’t subscribe to your personal assessment of their motivations seems odd. As you asked yourself, are we all expected to play by the same rules? Are those rules to be yours, Sin?

    • So, again I would question why this is being presented as a binary issue

      Perhaps you see in Binary. I’m just calling a spade a spade.

      Can there be no middle-ground where an action can both be good for an individual and good for a group at the same time?

      You are confusing Justifications with reasons. I’m addressing motivation.

      If an activist is fighting pollution in the sea, sure part of that is for their own personal gratification, but if successful it would benefit the whole of humanity.

      Part? I think this is part of the delusion. Even if the person is seeking to provide benefit to all of humanity, it is motivated by self-concerns. “I can help”, “I want to help”, “I want to provide benefit to Humanity”
      Plus, Nature doesn’t need help from silly humans. It deals with pollutants as it always has.

      Do you honestly feel that anyone’s opinion can be purely “right” or “wrong?” Do you truly feel that someone’s motivations are purely “Selfish” or “altruistic?” I see more areas of grey there than I do clear-cut lines. To say that people are deluding themselves because they don’t subscribe to your personal assessment of their motivations seems odd. As you asked yourself, are we all expected to play by the same rules? Are those rules to be yours, Sin?

      Again, another Binary. Is this how your mind words? Right and Wrong? Maybe some opinions are just bullshit and so another side is offered. Isn’t this what you are doing here? You think it’s odd that I would cast a judgment? As opposed to your own judgment being cast here? Judgment based on a personal standard I might add. Yes, I set the standard and either you meet it or don’t.

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