The urge to save humanity is almost always a false front for the urge to rule.

H. L. Mencken


Kali Yuga:  The Age of Confusion


Author: mmartel

"If he's honest, he'll steal; if he's human, he'll murder; if he's faithful, he'll deceive. Being at a loss to resolve these questions, I am resolved to leave them without any resolution." I have so much to say to you that I am afraid I shall tell you nothing."


  1. Very true. Saving someone is often nothing more than making him dependent on you for survival. When someone is dependent on you, you control them.

    1. In times past…I used to believe in people. Now I believe in action and what I see before my eyes. Anyone normally who needs “saving” is not worth “saving”. Let the weak die off. I think of that in very black and white terms. Today’s culture promotes the victimization of others and yourself.

      Thanks for the comment Hauer 🙂

  2. Most people today do not help others out of pure generosity or because they genuinely believe in it. Today’s man always needs something to motivate him. This motivation today is solely for one’s own benefit and nothing else. It is a way for securing power for most people, not a way for proving virtue or for genuinely extending a hand for those who truly need it and who can be relied on to return the favor. It is a way of ensuring the existence of a perpetually weakened and dependent class while sustaining a class of those who exploit them.

  3. Yes, that is the operative word there…genuine. I was always that genuine person and 9 times our of ten got hurt by doing so. Over the years I have become much more wise, not just out of self-preservation but also because most do not deserve it. Most take your kind actions and use you for them. I’ve found very few people in my small existence on this earth that genuinely care and I see what their lives have become. They’ve become lives of giving and giving to the point of constant exhaustion. Fortunately, some of these people do exist but I believe they are few and far between and in a way that’s a good thing. Let people find the strength in themselves otherwise as Dostoevsky best put it “Let the world go to hell, but I shall have my tea…” 🙂

    Thanks for the comment William.

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