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On Unpleasability

Why is it that "Community Organizers" consider unpleaseability to be a virtue? Unpleasability is the opposite of virtue.

As Cicero said, gratitude is not only the greatest virtue; it is the mother of all the rest. Being pleased is the essence of gratitude. Therefore, being unpleasable indicates ingratitude and Vice.

We see ingratitude in many ways. For example, if a child disobeys its parents and plays in the street, it is showing ingratitude for what the parent does for it. The child is biting the hand that feeds it, clothes it, houses it, and heals it. Dogs are not even so stupid.Yet, the times and morals of today bring many adults to play in the street and block traffic, because they have trained themselves to not count their blessings. This is unpleasability, so it is Vice.

Another manifestation of ingratitude in the West today is the spirit of lawlessness. Being an outlaw shows ingratitude, because he makes himself unpleasable with a culture that follows the rule of law.This has the special notoriety of bad faith. They abhor acting in good faith. This is seen by remembering that our laws are a social consensus. So, when somebody breaks serious laws enacted by our civil process, that person is a double-crosser. These "organizers" spread chaos, because they obey the laws when it benefits them, and they break the law when they think it benefits them. But, they mercilessly try to use the law to harm others, regardless of whether the other person is following the law or not (or whether the law harms the other person or not). They are not open to any agreement. and this is the essence of bad faith. So, the modern spirit of lawlessness indicates a lack of gratitude, which indicates a person is full of Vice rather than Virtue.

Unpleasability must not dictate public policy. It must be resisted by all masculine means necessary. It is a well-known method of bringing chaos to personal relationships as well as civic harmony.


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