Traits of bigots (that I have noticed so far)

1. They don’t see the harm in their bigotry.

They cannot see why dehumanising “the others” would be damaging. For them, bigotry is just a politically-incorrect hobby to kill time, like wildlife hunting.

2. Sometimes, they see the benefits in it.

They believe the dehumanisation would do good for everyone. “The others”, AKA “not humans”, would either cease to exist or change themselves and satify the bigots’ insecurity. It’s mutualism, they say.

3. They want others to be like them.

Naturally, those two traits release their inner activists. They are either confused or outraged that others don’t partake in their bigotry.

4. They play the victim cards.

They believe “the others” oppress them with the differences; again, it is all about insecurity. They also cry oppression when getting called out, whining about losing freedom.

5. They commit psychological projection.

Naturally, the victim card encourages it. They accuse their critics, not themselves, as bigots.


I labeled people as bigots, not realising I was also one. The awakening is a major slap to my face…and I know I will have it again. Of course, that doesn’t mean all of my negative views of “the others” are prejudicial; they may just be politically incorrect. Before finger-pointing, analysing one’s self first.

STEM vs. Humanities

Why “versus”? Why not STEM and Humanities? What makes us think we only need one? We need both.

STEM provide us the proper outlook to observe our material world. Humanities provide us the proper outlook to to observe the abstract one. STEM issue us the manuals for assembling instruments that ease and strengthen our lives. Humanities guide us in solving complex societal issues. But, not only we need them, they also need each other.

STEM need Humanities for ethical guidance, inspiring societal interest, understanding their purposes, their roles in societies and their own history. Humanities need STEM as a source of self-improvement, debunking wobbly theories. Humanities also need the technologies which can document and circulate the knowledge. STEM and Humanities are yin and yang.

They lay out two distinctive but equally well-reasoned outlooks on life. Whether we pick both, either one or neither, it is up to us. I am going to sound pretentious here. But, if we thrive to grasp our life better (which we should), it is sensible to pick both. Picking one is like flying with one wing. Picking neither is like flying with no wings.


*puts on a mask*

There are two good reasons why you need to always vote:

1. Voting makes you look contributive.

It doesn’t matter if you actually aren’t. If your vote turned into vampiric leeches who suck the blood of the people until they shrivelled up like dried fruits, Don’t worry. It is indeed your fault. But, you can blame it on the non-voters, who didn’t contribute anything to the country’ demise.

2. Voting makes you look intelligent and informed.

Again, it doesn’t matter if you actually aren’t. It is okay to use the “vote for the lesser evil” argument, which is a nice way of saying “vote for evil is good and no vote is evil”. It is okay to be effortlessly duped by politicians. It is even okay to know nothing about what you vote for…just like the genius Brits who voted for Brexit and were disappointed when it won.

Many voters are guilty of them and yet their image are still wrongly blemished (reminds me of corrupt politicians who got revoted over and over again). I think we should thank one group of people: the unbelievably naive imbeciles. Those critters, who are still influential, are naive about what it takes to be good citizens. They still believe we have to always vote, no matter how poorly-informed we are about the choices and/or how obscene they are. Thanks to them, genuinely repellent voters still have good reputation. If you want it, be one.

*takes off the mask*

How to be a modern and global citizen

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Do you want to be a person of global capacity? Are you tired of belonging to people with backwarded cultures? Do you want to belong to people who hate their roots with a passion? Well, I can show you how to be culturally genocidal. First thing first, only embrace important cultures.

When I said “important” cultures, I meant the most popular ones. It is just logic that popularity equals worthiness. Popularity trumps over anything. In globally-adored popular culture, they are often portrayed as the most superior. We should just take that for granted. There is no reason for the people involved to be culturally bias. Why would they? As I said, their cultures are more important. So, it is impossible for them to be wrong.

As languages are a part of cultures, we should also stick to the most spoken languages like English, Spanish, Arabic, Indonesian/Malay, Mandarin, French, Russian, Hindi…….

…..Wait, no! Just stick to English! Because it is the most learned language on earth, why bother learn the rest? English is obviously the winner. In true competitions, losers must not only be ignored, they also must be viciously destroyed.

I am tired of retards who defend those backwarded cultures. They either cannot bring development or they are almost forgotten. Reforming them? Bitch, please! Cultures are rigid, never-changing and entirely black-and-white objects; only imbeciles who don’t study history would think otherwise*. Replacement, not reformation, is the only solution. Also, as I said before, a culture’s worth is superficially defined by its popularity. We should prey the ones that are on their deathbeds. They are so vulnerable, it would be so easy to murder them! If only more of them are this vulnerable. That would be nice for the cowardly weaklings among us.

Why do I choose this brutal method? Why can’t we both traditional and modern? Both local and global? As I said before, cultures are rigid and entirely black-and-white entities that cannot evolve. They also cannot fuse with or influenced by each other. That is just impossible! Just give me one culture that interacts with another! Just one! See? You can’t give me one.** So, we have to make a choice. It is either you keep embracing that backwarded regional identity of yours or you choose to be modern and civilised with the global identity. I hope….

*points gun at your head*

….you choose the latter.

*takes off the mask*

*Find me a culture that never changes. Not even the most isolated ones are static.

**Find me a completely isolated culture. Just one.