Monthly Archives: May 2018

Be Bulletproof

I often wonder how adaptable a person can be.

How would they survive if they were taken from the creature comforts of their home city, and dropped into an environment where they didn’t know a word of the local language or a single soul.

How would they react?

Would they whinge and put down everything around them and miss home.

Or would they adapt, put their head down and observe, learn words daily and begin to adapt to the cultural norms.

In reality, most people go through phases of culture shock but the people who are of a higher calibre learn to adapt. They don’t sit around playing Pokemon Go until the odd hours of the night, instead they improve themselves through acquiring knowledge or skills.

You see, people often take the path of least resistance. They are unwilling to step outside of their comfort zone. This could mean never leaving Melbourne besides the annual trip to Bali or Japan. Or Never trying to enter a new field. The list can go on.

But what truly sets the brilliant apart from the average is their ability to adapt.

I’ve noticed it where I live now. The people who are transient in their base but are a calibre above the average are much more in-tune with their surroundings. They adapt so well that they go much further than the hooligan that looks totally misplaced in their behaviour, not just their appearance.

Sure, leaving the west is great, and I am sure many more people who were established back home will take the plunge, but once you do leave, you cannot simply live abroad with the same attitudes and behaviours that you have developed back home.

I for one can totally tell the level that I have changed myself over the years. The bitterness of being in a place where I couldn’t agree or accept its values just made me unhappy. That doesn’t happen anymore.

..but there are other challenges.

The challenge of “Belonging”.

Some societies, you simply wont ever belong regardless of how long you live there.

You’ll always be viewed as different.

Countries that are against Mass-migration and protect their borders and cultures through a largely homogeneous racial profile in its population, will rarely view someone as their own based purely on their foreign appearance.

This is just something you’ll have to accept.

It has its pros and cons but the pros definitely out shine the pain of living back home.

This is something that most never really think of when they are hoping to set up life abroad, it just comes after a while of living in a different society.

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A little reminder of “Home”

I was waiting to board my flight at the Airport in Seoul when I got a notification of a comment on one of my posts from back in late 2012, titled “Melbourne is Poison

It stated the following:

Couldn’t agree more with this article’s points and it’s 2018 and only gotten worse, I’m putting together an exit strategy and this has helped cement my own feelings. I moved to melbourne for secondary school from a small victorian town with my family and have lived here for nineteen years. Some points I’d like to add to the conversation and re-iterate:

– The whole coffee scene is fucked. People are constantly in the flux of coming down off coffee and act like cunts unnecessarily. The coffee is amazing, I totally agree with melbourne on this, but you’ll be paying $5 for a large which is mini in comparison to other countries.

-The women are toxic and they’ve created their own neo feminism which is just toxic there’s no other words for it. Also it’s because they have foreigners from every single country trying to fuck them and pick them up from when they are twelve years old. All women would prefer if all Aussie men acted like their gay friend. Not that I have anything wrong with being gay, they would just rather you being a nice gay boy.

-Millions of Chinese and Indian and foreign people in general come from their own broken down countries and are more than happy to do shitty work for no money and not speak English and take up all the seats on public transport and get on welfare and buy cars. And its only because the welfare system and wages are higher here they don’t give a fuck about being Australian or anything.

– The cost of living is ridiculous. House prices are more than london and new york and there’s fuck all to do! you get coffee go for some good food, melbourne does have good food, but it’s extremely expensive. It’s not like there’s that much going on ever.

– The suburbs are horrendous, no transport, depresssion. It’s exactly like what the suburbs were in 80’s middle class America.

– Pints of beer are $16 in most bars. (Average wages are between 19 – 30 p/h)

– The music scene is pathetic, lots of students no real talent, people think they are super talented but it’s all just a rip off of America.

– It’s sports obsessed to a fault if you’re into it fully into it then this is the town for you, but it’s all so melodramatic and the same every fucking year.

– Traffic is fucked. 1 accident on the Monash in the morning is another 2 hours of driving, the same with the Hume and Ring roads. There’s road works everywhere which slow things down because there’s so many people coming to live here.

– There’s massive underlying ethnic tensions waiting to erupt, thank god guns were outlawed or it would be like Rio De Janeiro, i’m not joking here guys, if anyone reads this. Australia is extremely safe though. The police force in Melbourne is Excellent and possibly one of the best in the world but even they are getting sick of these ethnics that cause problems for them

– Most people are depressed. Foreigners come here and can’t believe how depressed everyone is, and they are just happy to get out of their shitty countries so they’re not depressed, Aussies hate their lives, truly.

– It’s live to work, not work to live.

– Most people really are douche bags, honestly. The culture lets it thrive because there is no culture, its Brazil of the future, everyone separated into groups and people are just making up their shitty lives as they go along, this could be said about a lot of sites, but at least in New york or Paris it’s actually a nice city with history and culture.

– The TV and Movie industry is a joke and they have this thing called the AFI’s were all these nobody’s congregate and award themselves. Joan Rivers made a fantastic point by insulting the whole crowd on purpose yelling at them ‘Who are all of you people!’

– There are good points about living here, i’m not anti melbourne but honestly the negatives far out way them, especially when you can travel and settle in other cities, melbourne is just all fluff.

You see, within all of us, there’s hope. There’s hope that places we’ve spent a significant amount of time in will be better when we go back to visit it, but sadly, that’s not the case with Melbourne. Every single time I go back, I have more global experiences to compare it against and my feeling towards it continues to be more negative than the last time.

It’s already beyond saving..

SlutWalk Infection

I was walking through Roppongi on an early Saturday evening, peacefully enjoying the nice vibe in Tokyo before noticing a local girl in her early 20’s.

Nothing special, a total plain Jane with minimal appeal to most men. She rocked a pretty strange hairstyle which was coloured in a bright fluorite shade of pink.

But the T-Shirt she was wearing caught my attention.

It had text which read out the following:
“My Pussy
My Choice”

Now where have we seen this before?

Ahh yes, SlutWalks!

It’s been a long time since I seen SlutWalk related garbage (Thank god for leaving the West!), but maybe this was the first time I had seen any reference to it in Asia.

In traditional societies, there generally isn’t any liberal garbage thrown around, society just functions like it’s supposed to. Inter-gender relations stay normal.

So, it’s usually freak-show feminists, or plain Jane outcasts that want some attention whom jump on these Feminist bandwagons.

Below is a typical Feminist transformation:

You’ll never see a girl become more beautiful after she’s exposed to Feminism. She will become the worst version of herself. In modern times, people strive to be the best they can be both physically, emotionally and culturally. and then you have Feminism. Which is basically a disease that undoes all that. The ideology of it in modern times is so biased and strange that it leaves no surprise as to why the outcomes of its beliefs are often marked with trends of increased degeneracy.

 

 

 

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