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11.06.2016

How to put stupid bitches in their place

After so many articles about unconditional love and all that, let’s have some variety. Sometimes anger and violence can be a good tool to enforce your personal boundaries. For example to shield yourself against bitchiness, guilt-trips, shaming and passive aggressive shit. And against overt aggression as well, of course.

This is something that happened to me a while ago on the street, as I was out to get some food. An small old haggard cunt with grey dyke-cut hair walked past some beggar who owned a dog. She screeched at him and said That is a nono! This is forbidden! I did not care for the dog or the beggar, but her toxic nature made me instinctively turn around and show her my face with disgust written on it. If she wants to go around throwing her black shit at everyone, she may as well get some back. Karma.

I looked away and she passed by. She then said behind my back, snarkily and bitchily Do not look that way! With that tone of supremacy.

That was a day after I had made a little vow to myself not to take shit from chicks anymore. What happened then was automatic. I turned around and loudly – it was a public place – thundered at her: Fuck off, you ugly old whore.

She stood there in disbelief. Everybody could see in my mimic and gesture that I was ready to kick her to the curb. She protested for a second and I added: Do you want trouble? Come here, you can have it!

I swear that 20 people were watching and nobody dared to say a word. I am a tall, but not a strong man. I bet they all just liked the show, because they are not used to anybody standing up to an old woman.

The bitch stood there in disbelief a little more, trembling, and then turned around and went away.

That was such a great moment. I then turned around and ordered a Döner Kebap, without mentioning it. To my surprise, nobody looked at me as if I was mad or treated me weirdly. It gave me a hint that it is okay to be angry. It is okay to defend yourself. Anger is nothing to be ashamed of.

I sat down eating my food, still shaking with the rush of adrenaline from doing something that I practically never have done before, something that seemed like being totally out of character for me. Standing up for myself. And still surprised that nobody condemned me, shamed me or called the cops on me.

And I noticed that despite the anger, I felt calm. I did not feel full of resent from being psychologically violated without protest, as I am used to it. I realized that somewhere deep inside, I do have the power to enforce my personal boundaries and react in an appropriate manner to attacks from other people. That you indeed do teach others how to treat you, by how you allow them to treat you.

Another great insight was that you do not have to think about these things. Trust your gut. It will tell you when anger is appropriate and when not. Do not think about the words to say, your gut will know what to say.

That woman knew she had just gotten back what she was dishing out. And me giving it back to her left me without the need to feel indignation or to brood or to call her evil or whatever. It was simply okay the way it was. End of story.

One thing I might add, though: Don’t do that with cops, unless you want to risk ending up in the psych ward. :)

Update: I forgot I wanted to use the word cathartic somewhere in this article. Done.

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  • Smokingjacket

    Anger can be cathartic on occasions and many male bound criminal organizations are based on the principle of respect which comes from knowing your boundaries and whom to fear which is the basis of their respect system.

    Besides, why shouldn’t we feel anger towards people who are awful and disgusting in their treatment of others? It’s a natural and healthy reaction, some say otherwise and feel ashamed of it, which to me is a complete shaming convention of the screwed up “polite society” class who always want to undermine and control the spontaneous reactions of people.

    It’s good to see one of these little, petty self righteous bitches get a taste of her own Karma instantly projected right back into her thwarted nature. Perhaps, you actually made her learn one of the most important lessons in her life on this occasion.

    • Everything is a lesson, hehe.

      Hey, I have been having the idea that Karma is not actually something that is inherent to the universe or a punishment by a god. Rather, Karma is basically the negative energy that is reflected back to you when you cross the boundaries of another living being. Even when you hurt a helpless person, this person will likely blame you for it and send that negative energy back to you on a metaphysical level, instilling guilt and shame and that kind of stuff.

      With this understanding, you can reconcile both the vague idea of morals and the fact that god does love everyone and everything, no matter what happens. Its basically god saying: I love you no matter what, but that doesn’t mean you won’t feel pain if someone defends himself against your actions.

      And the great thing of this episode, as noted, is that I was not left with any kind of resentment, because everything I felt was expressed instantaneously. Hence, I do not feel any more anger towards that person. I think this is why people say open conflict is a good thing. That way, you don’t hold on to the pain of the past.

      • Smokingjacket

        Yes, I think your idea of Karma makes perfect sense. I remember for example when I used to work with a really horrible person who exuded a palpable negative force towards nearly every person she was around and on one occasion she caused me so much hurt that I was able to direct my anger towards her face and eyes in particular which caused her to become ill and pass out. I didn’t intend this, but, it was a lesson she never forgot and it taught me also the power of one’s own will on occasions.

        Yes, open conflict can resolve issues sometimes, especially if your protagonist is another man, but, with women their resentment and bitterness can go on and on…..

        • I hear you. But giving in to it only makes it worse in the long run.

          • Smokingjacket

            Who’s giving in to it? Do you not think others sometimes learn from our actions and that’s the real lesson?

          • I meant giving in to a woman’s bitching.

          • Smokingjacket

            Womens genius for this activity must surely rank as one of the biggest wastes of energy in the entire Cosmos. I never understand why they do it- it’s so pointless and inimical to any type of self development.

          • I wonder if it is a women thing or just a general victim thing. When you are in a helpless situation, it is kinda the only thing you can do to exert power. And when you are used to being helpless and grow up, you will still have that program in your mind.

          • Smokingjacket

            Yeah, but, all male babies were once helpless too, but most don’t bitch on when they’re grown up. Men just don’t talk so much anyway and besides they don’t get worked up about dumb things, like a piece of paper not sitting the right way on a table or a toilet seat being left up etc. Talk about banal things to expend your energy upon.