Post by KWills
On Fri, 02 Apr 2021 11:53:14 -0700, The Jews
Post by The Jews Post by KWills
On Thu, 01 Apr 2021 07:15:11 -0700, The Jews
Post by The Jews
On Thu, 01 Apr 2021 14:01:34 +0100, Costas Skatadopoulopoulos
Post by Costas Skatadopoulopoulos
<jew sbite b'risshed>
Post by KWills
The degenerate actually asked me to send him a picture of my
penis. It confirms that he is gay AND has really bad taste in men.
Another jew humiliating me!
It's what we do, Gordon.
Except that I'm not Jewish.
To Gordon, everyone that is superior to him is Jewish.
Since EVERYONE is superior to him, that can only mean EVERYONE must be
Yeah, we know. It's strange.
It must be difficult for it. To be able to KNOW it is inferior to
everyone else can't be easy.
It's his *need* for humiliation that's the most difficult for Jews and
other normal people to understand. Some insight:
"One critical respect in which humiliation differs from embarrassment
is that, whereas we bring embarrassment upon ourselves, humiliation is
something that is brought upon us by others."
While he embarrasses himself every day, it is the ridicule and
laughter by others that he really craves.
"Tommy confides to his teacher that he has not done his homework. He
feels embarrassment. The teacher reveals this to the whole class. Now
he feels even greater embarrassment. The teacher makes him sit facing
into a corner, provoking the laughter of his classmates. This time, he
Now, Tommy didn't neglect his homework for the PURPOSE of being
humiliated. But Gordon's sole *purpose* is to be humiliated.
"We all make certain status claims, however modest they may be, for
example, "I am a competent doctor", "I am a happily married mother",
or even "I am a human being". When we are merely embarrassed, our
status claims are not underminedor if they are, they are easily
recovered. But when we are humiliated, our status claims cannot so
easily be recovered because, in this case, our very authority to make
status claims has been called into question. People who are in the
process of being humiliated are usually left stunned and speechless,
and more than that, voiceless. "
You will note that Gordon is usually reduced to repeating the same
response over and over again (eg. "shut up Jew") as his humiliation
has rendered him stunned, and unable to respond in any other way.
"In short, humiliation is the public failure of ones status claims.
Their private failure amounts not to humiliation but to painful
Two key points:
"Potentially humiliating episodes ought to be kept as private as
"Note that humiliation need not be accompanied by shame."
Gordon insists on being PUBLICLY humiliated, and does NOT feel shame.
For Gordon, the self-realization that he is inferior to others doesn't
seem to be painful at all. He receives something from being
humiliated by Jews and others. What that is, exactly, is anyone guess.