A random thought.

I often find myself questioning how certain individuals can nonchalantly move in fluid freedom around particular ideologies and political agendas.
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Many live a life of facades propped up by the acclaim awarded to them by a short sighted audience that does not survey what’s in front of them beyond what they see with their eyes. Eyes that are veiled by feeble attempts of compassion at the wrong time and the wrong place.
They are content of the superficial, seemingly woke, well articulated thought, fed to them by these inconsistent and hypocritical humans that feel the pressure of public shame and so they release words, verbally or in written form, to calcify the walls of their apparent success and benevolence.
Little do they know, these narcissistic personalities thrive off the false front they managed to mold for themselves in order to advance in life.
These skilled con-artists veil their real actions and harmful subconscious with frivolous, pompous literature and seemingly eloquent grammar prompting their herd audience to praise them for their remarkable, human ways. Unconsciously perpetuating the brutality their not-so-covert true indoctrination inflicts on hoards of people daily. These people are dangerous. They are able to hide behind fake filters and scam others into believing their virtue is honest.
If you are not able to observe them from up close, in their daily behaviour, you will most likely fall prey to their ways. They are alluring. Often because they can use words we are not able to pick out of our vocabulary. Their message is if often decentered from the actual issue, ambiguous and hypnotizing. It’s current and speaks for the mouths of those who are not sure how to perfectly frame the distress that slowly seeps through their insides whenever we go through an unfortunate moment.
It’s condescending conditioning. Fake, righteous virtue signaling disguised by comforting words and empathy.
Unfortunately that’s how a victim is lured into the trap. Remember Red Riding Hood?

A random thought.

I often find myself questioning how certain individuals can nonchalantly move in fluid freedom around particular ideologies and political agendas.

Many live a life of facades propped up by the acclaim awarded to them by a short sighted audience that does not survey what’s in front of them beyond what they see with their eyes. Eyes that are veiled by feeble attempts of compassion at the wrong time and the wrong place.
They are content of the superficial, seemingly woke, well articulated thought, fed to them by these inconsistent and hypocritical humans that feel the pressure of public shame and so they release words, verbally or in written form, to calcify the walls of their apparent success and benevolence.
Little do they know, these narcissistic personalities thrive off the false front they managed to mold for themselves in order to advance in life.
These skilled con-artists veil their real actions and harmful subconscious with frivolous, pompous literature and seemingly eloquent grammar prompting their herd audience to praise them for their remarkable, human ways. Unconsciously perpetuating the brutality their not-so-covert true indoctrination inflicts on hoards of people daily. These people are dangerous. They are able to hide behind fake filters and scam others into believing their virtue is honest.
If you are not able to observe them from up close, in their daily behaviour, you will most likely fall prey to their ways. They are alluring. Often because they can use words we are not able to pick out of our vocabulary. Their message is if often decentered from the actual issue, ambiguous and hypnotizing. It’s current and speaks for the mouths of those who are not sure how to perfectly frame the distress that slowly seeps through their insides whenever we go through an unfortunate moment.
It’s condescending conditioning. Fake, righteous virtue signaling disguised by comforting words and empathy.
Unfortunately that’s how a victim is lured into the trap. Remember Red Riding Hood?

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