1. If you’re here, then chances are, you’re a truecel or a divorcel or something. Whatever the case, you know that it’s over. You’re not going to get a girl, or at least, not one like you used to have. Your future is lonely, and the more you live, the lonelier it will get, as people close to you will gradually die off. You’ll grow old, alone, with ever-fewer friends and ever-fewer family members, and then you’ll get a bunch of diseases and nobody’s gonna treat you.
2. Likewise, if you’re here, odds are that you’re muthafuckin’ broke. Welcome to the (poorcel) club. You have no money, and no real way to get much. Sure, you can probably work your ass off in some blue-collar job or whatever, but you know full well that you’re gonna remain poor as fuck. Without money, all the “amazing things” that may happen in the future — e.g., novel technologies that both prolong life and make it more pleasant — will be beyond your reach.
3. Intelligent as you may be, there’s no point getting a degree in anything that doesn’t get you employed. Unless you’re a STEM-type, most of what you’ll learn in college/university will be useless, and won’t give you much advantage in the workplace. Why waste your time? Youngcels will get blue-balled by all the 20-somethings in that environment; oldcels will be depressed knowing that the chance to get with one of the girls is slim (unless you’re Chad, which you obviously aren’t).
4. Having normie friends is pointless. They will all sooner or later become betabuxxers for landwhales, have children, get frivorced, the whole bit – and they will certainly not have time to humor someone like you. Things might be different with non-normie (abnormie?) friends, but these have their own set of issues: “erratic behavior,” propensity to get in trouble, loserdom that rubs off on you, etc. Moreover, if you’re an autistic loner type, you wouldn’t really enjoy IRL company.
5. You’re not going to succeed politically. Face it: if our ideas stood a chance to become popular, they already would be popular. All our blogs, forums, manifestos, and so on, are ultimately exercises in futility. We’re not gonna change the world. And even if our ideas somehow slowly gain a following among the strong and powerful, they can only be implemented dozens of years into the future; we won’t really be able to enjoy the fruits of our political labor, anyway.
6. By the way, everything that had to be said has already been said. Ideologically, there’s no more room for innovation; there’s nothing to add to our worldview anymore. It’s been about a year since I’ve encountered an original idea around this ‘sphere. Now you can say, “Great, so let’s spread our memes all over the place!” But it just ain’t happening, bruh. It suffices to look all the communities that have rejected us; even people who are supposed to be our allies have abandoned us.
7. Generally speaking, life itself is pointless. Unless you reach immortality, you’re gonna die eventually, and you should realize that death is not “a black screen at the end of the movie,” but there having never been any movie. It’s an eternal void of absolute nothingness, like there had existed until you were born, except indefinitely. And even on the far-off-chance that you, personally, will acquire immortality – life is still going to be pointless. You’ll just exist for the sake of existence, forever.
8. Civilization is in decline. The political situation is growing increasingly volatile, and all sides — especially the bad guys — are radicalizing. It’s probably better to die within the next 10 years, than to see everything going to utter shit by 2040. Some believe that the situation can be reversed, but that looks unlikely. TPTB are heavily invested in the status-quo, and simply won’t do what has to be done to fix the situation.
9. If you’re in your mid-20s like I am, and all the more-so if you’re older than that, you should know that your best, i.e., most energetic, healthy, interesting, and thrilling years are already behind you. If we lived in a sane world, we would all ideally get married in our mid-teens (14-17) and have grandchildren in our 40s, and we’d be in good company while at it; this is the historical norm, by the way. Instead, we were forced to waste our teenage years masturbating, playing games, and going to kid-prisons (“schools”). It’s over; from now on, each year will be less exciting than the previous one.
10. You’re a loser by nature. Even if good things somehow occur to you, you’ll inevitably manage to ruin and lose them. More “good things” means more disappointments as those things will either be lost, or prove to not really be all that good. You may even one day get a half-decent wife and have kids, and then realize that this is some boring shit right there. Guess what? Now you’re stuck with that family of yours. Or you can climb up the career ladder, only to find out that you hate doing whatever it is you’re doing. This is much more common than people, who usually have fragile egos, are willing to admit.