Conspiracy theories and wanting to be a victim

It’s not your fault. The bad stuff is being done to you, by a massive network of powerful, evil, prideful conspirators.

I get it. If it weren’t for them, your life would be so much better right now. You’d be making far more money. Your family members would all like you. You’d be admired for your insight and good character. Think of that amazing life that has been denied you, for no crime of your own.

When you were younger, before you understood how things worked, you thought you might grow up to be rich and famous, or at least comfortable and respected. But it turns out, that was never even a possibility, not because of you but because of them.

I know that some people try to tell you that you have it pretty good, that you’re actually one of the lucky ones, but of course that’s not true. The truly powerful people, those who actually pull all the strings, hate you and your kind most of all. That means there is, in a way, no one who’s worse off and more terribly persecuted than you.

These omnipotent global elites don’t seem to be doing a very good job yet of barring you from getting a job or of having you thrown in prison, even now that you’re telling everyone about their plans, but of course that just shows how confident they are. They think they’re untouchable, that no matter what you do it will all play into their hands. If only people understood how terribly you are treated at their hands.

Lucky for you, being victimized like this gives you the moral right to defend yourself and fight back. They don’t know who they’re messing with, do they? Clearly they threw the first shot.

I get it. Yes, I feel sorry for you. I really do.

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