Being a piece of shit has a short life expectancy.

Being a piece of shit has a short life expectancy.

May 06, 2022

Hollywood has played a game with us. Pop culture has embedded this interesting idea that being a tough cvnt thug somehow makes you cooler than everyone else. That breaking into houses, stealing shit and peddling measly grams of the devils dandruff in your back yard makes you the big dog in town. Sling some grams and get a kilo in respect. Just remember, Australia is the lucky country. There are places on this planet where this is not the case.


Play that game with anyone outside of our coddled Western Civilisation where the laws don’t bend your way and you get ventilation holes. No trial needed. Raw Afghan opium, the export and their low life paddlers who use it to fund radical extremist shit, destroy more lives than they have ever elevated out of poverty. Be a part of an organisation that destroys lives for profit and by any means, you deserve that 930 meter per second haircut.

No one gives a shit about sob stories or how hard life has been, many have done it tougher and come out on top, without being a piece of shit along the way. There is NO excuse for destroying another life to better your own.

Hollywood has made it look cool, and everybody wants to be a gangster until it’s time to do gangster shit. There's a flip side to that doing international gangster shit.

There's always a bigger dog in the yard. And the top level gangsters tend to get approval for deletion by a nerd sitting in an air-conditioned connex to hit the delete button which will fall from the sky. If you're the type of gangster that surrounds themselves with women and children because they offer you some form of protection? You'll get a personal visit, and that person will hit the delete button, with their index finger - and that guy is looking at the whites of your eyeballs.


The moment your life choices have the potential to destroy an individual, their family and their successive generations, you deserve Old Testament biblical retribution in all its glory.

Zero mercy is reserved for those who perish pursuing such ideals, they knew the risks and came up short. And if you don’t believe in karma, you simply haven’t lived long enough to see the extent of what karma is capable of.

Do good unto others, and in turn you shall receive good. You will always reap what you sow.



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