In this post let me ask a few simple questions for your consideration. First, are the Iranians victims? I’ll come back to the answer of this first question in a minute. Before I do, I want to lay out the reason victimization is a popular strategy used by individuals, political parties, and even governments.
Why do people self-victimize? The answer is because it works. It makes people feel sorry for the alleged victims, and in turn creates division between people, family members, and even countries. There are people who thrive on this evil. Some people have been in this type of incubator so long, they don’t even realize this behavior is their lifestyle.
Who wins the public opinion in most of these circumstances? The answer is the evil, self-victimizing, power-hungry, attention-seeking, lying bastards. Yes, I called them bastards because they knowingly create chaos, division, and hate at the expense of the truth and all that is good. These self made victims are selfish pigs who play on the emotions of defender personalities.
Now, to answer the first question, the Ayatollah and everyone else who has power in Iran knows the killing of Soleimani was more than justified. His death wasn’t a shock to them, they were actually surprised it took so long to kill him. However, in their eyes he is a martyr in their ‘holy war’ against Israel and Western Christendom (I will write another post about why viewing the US and it’s wars in the world have little to do with Christianity). Dismissing the politically correct talking points, the bottom line is, we will be fighting in the Middle East till the end of time. Why? Because if we don’t fight them there, we will be fighting them here on our own soil. There will be wars and rumors of wars until the end, because of evil people who hate liberty and justice for all. Those who hold power in Iran will continue to propagate their hatred which includes their death to Israel and America worldview.
Allow me to get more pointed. Who is it that feels sorry for self-made victims? The answer is weak, gullible, ignorant, emotional-thinking people. Moving away from the topic of Iran to self-victimization in general, it should be noted that millions of people, especially the extreme socialistic democrats, are responsible for enabling large scale wrongful victimization. These, in some cases, compassionate individuals are making it easy for self-victimization to become the new norm in America.
In modern times, from childhood in many families to politics in government, there is this concept that everyone should get a trophy. It has been implemented in many sports and academic programs. The idea is everyone should receive the same treatment, and lifestyle. If the socialistic democrats had their way, everyone would get the same government pay check each week as well. Everyone but them, of course.
By normalizing the idea that everyone gets a trophy, we are setting up a culture for failure, bad relationships, and the end of hard work and exceptionalism. If everyone gets a trophy as a child, and then as adults they don’t perform or work as hard as other people, they suddenly become victims when they don’t receive the same reward other people enjoy. Not everyone is a winner all the time, and not everyone gets the same reward all the time. People must learn to change when they fail, not be rewarded for failure.
Self-victimization is happening all over the world. Logical, hard working people must stop this downward trend of enabling people to play on the emotions of the gullible, and turn individuals against other good people. It is time to put the breaks on, and quit raising wimpy, rebellious, self-victimizers in America.
The media and political talking points of our day are creating great division in the United States particularly. This is the work of evil masterminds. It is true that not everyone is as good as they seem, but Americans must use logic and facts, not emotions, when making up their minds about who is a victim, and who is self-victimizing or purposely creating division. Some people are very good at this art.
Why is it so easy to believe negative information about people, and so hard or uninteresting to believe the good? What are some helpful changes that can be made? First, stop believing the first negative thing you hear about someone or a group of people. I’m talking about family matters, close to home, and in the community where you live for starters. Stop gossiping, and using talking points that you do not understand yourself. Give people the benefit of the doubt, and understand that there really are evil, wicked, lying enemies planted all around you trying to destroy liberty, justice, order, and what is good in the sight of God. Finally, on the big scale of politics and worldview, do your homework before making up your mind. Don’t just believe every Facebook post you see, or unite behind every talking point that is repeated over and over until it is accepted as truth. Make up your own mind. The truth will set you free. It will set a country free as well.
God Bless America.