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[Serious] I respect modern day criminals.

Most criminals are in reality incels who try to make a living, I've applied for 100's minimum wage jobs and have been to several job interviews and I got rejected every fucking time. I suppose many criminals are like me, short and ugly and are not accepted in the system... Naturally they will find other means to make a living... I hated criminals at first because of the NPC/Normie indoctrination, the truth is that criminals are incels who are trying to make best out of life. I don't hate criminals anymore.

NeetSupremacist, incels.is 16 Comments [3/14/2019 5:32:31 PM]
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Thinking Allowed

I'm pretty sure that most criminals are not incels. They actually work for a living doing their criminal activities.

You on the other hand are too lazy and self-pitying to go out and get a job, criminal or not.

3/15/2019 12:56:06 AM

Citizen Justin

There are loads of criminals with girlfriends. There is even a type of woman who is attracted to criminals (and many in the male-supremacist movement actually claim all women are like that, as anyone who has spent any time on FSTDT will know).

I'm sure the quotee will reverse his stance on not hating criminals the day he finds some of his stuff gone.

3/15/2019 2:37:54 AM

Most criminals are smackheads. Not sure that's worse, actually.

3/15/2019 4:10:31 AM


So, the poster has no DATA on criminals, no contact with criminals, no criminal activity, he just has a fantasy that he gets revenge on society by breaking laws...
And that this fantasy is somehow a general trait of the culture.

Eh. I suppose masturbating to the idea of crime is more acceptable than actual crimes...

3/15/2019 4:19:04 AM

Churchy LaFemme

I'd bet that when you went in for those interviews, you acted like you were doing them a favor just showing up because the job was way below your skill set. Your first question was about benefits and you wanted to set your own schedule. And then you were surprised when the employer didn't leap over the desk in excitement at being able to hire you.

Yes, you shouldn't beg for a job during the interview. But unless you show some interest in the job, and a willingness to work at assigned tasks on the schedule of the employer, you'll keep getting rejected. Supervisors of minimum-wage jobs don't expect their employees to make a life-long career, but they do expect them to show an interest in doing the job well. Then they're happy to write letters of recommendation for their employees looking for better jobs.

3/15/2019 4:58:49 AM

Do rapist criminals count as incels?

3/15/2019 5:19:32 AM

Just Along For The Ride

Uh... dude, that's how the job market works at the moment. It sucks, of course it does, but lower skilled jobs are in demand by unskilled people, so it doesn't matter how well fitting of a candidate you are, you're always statistically unlikely to get it.

If it helps, it happens in some skilled jobs too (I know that doesn't sound like it helps, but hear me out). I'm an administrator. Admins have to be able to do a million different things - be good on the telephone, have computer skills, be able to organise or run a project, gather data, handle customers, talk B2B, take minutes... the list is almost endless. You know what that means? Everyone and her dog calls herself an administrator and believes they can get into most of the jobs calling for an administrator. There are heaps and heaps of applicants for each of those jobs.

I've got nearly 20 years of experience as an administrator in a variety of fields and business types, but I still struggle to get an admin job.

Still doesn't sound like it's helping? Use the information: instead of generalising, specialise.

I specialised in the last three years. Did my career a world of good. I'm not doing anything harder than I was doing before, just work within a narrower range. I changed my overall 'job title' that I present to people, and the work comes easier.

Find a niche, dude. Don't give up on the job market just because the general market's saturated.

3/15/2019 5:19:39 AM

Doubting Thomas

Oh, so now inceldom also extends into employment. Can't wait to see the "They won't hire me because of my looks!" posts.

3/15/2019 5:31:25 AM


You mean people won't hire you because you're short and ugly, or is it because you're whiny?

3/15/2019 7:33:12 AM


I respect modern day criminals


Former hardcase criminal John McVicar would like a word with you.

There's an extremely good reason why he - once one of Britain's most violent criminals - is a journalist today.

3/15/2019 7:45:31 AM


Fuck capitalism anyways.

3/15/2019 2:59:17 PM


Then why is your group's first insult toward attractive guys "hurr he's a former convict!"

3/15/2019 4:36:15 PM


Why do this shits even exist?

3/15/2019 5:17:29 PM

K'Zad Bhat

Maybe, just maybe, you don't have the skills they're looking for. More importantly, you don't know how to sell them. But that only applies if you actually have skills.

If you're unskilled, the jobs don't pay well, but they're pretty much available to anyone who can show up and be basically pleasant. If you have no reliable transportation, then your chances don't look good. If you piss off everybody on the job site, you're even worse off. With no transportation, many bosses will see if another worker could pick you up if thinks you'll be useful. Piss everyone off, he knows you're nothing but trouble.

You know what skills you can get that practically guarantee you a job wherever you go? Welding. The vast majority of places you can go in industrialized and developing nations always need welders, because to be a truly competent welder requires a rather vast array of skills that a lot of people would not cultivate, even if given the chances. It takes a pretty fair knowledge of material science, as well as an understanding of basic physics somewhere into college level, as well as having enough strength and stamina to manipulate the materials you work with for more than 8 hours a day, usually 14 to 18 on a lot of jobs. Basically, it takes being a little higher than average intelligence, with the discipline to stick out learning a bit of engineering, and more math, and the physical endurance to stand up to using your muscles all day in hot and very noisy environment. Not for the stupid or lazy! Both of those get a lot of people unemployed, but not a lot of welders, because stupid and lazy people won't get the skills to become welders.

There's plenty of others that can get you jobs too, primarily in construction. A competent and fast roofer, or drywaller, are both people who can get a job basically just by showing up on a residential construction site. Bring your own tools, and even if that site is somehow filled (they almost never are), they can tell you who needs you. If you don't have tools, you might still get a shot. Prove you're capable, and you can borrow some tools until you can buy your own.

If all you're looking for is office jobs, of course you have trouble getting hired. Often 20 people looking to fill 1 position. That means 19 don't get hired. Then you have 100 more office slots in the place, each with another 20 applicants. 100 get hired, 9900 do not. Simple math.

3/15/2019 9:41:14 PM

K'Zad Bhat

Oops, and I messed up my simple math too! That should only be 1900 don't get the job.

3/16/2019 1:02:53 PM


Most criminals are either tax-refugees or people brought up in poor conditions, with little or no sense of purpose or a future. Quite a few of the second group end up in some kind of prostitution early on, so no, they are probably not incels. They are much more focused on survival than virginity and scoring.

You failed to get a McJob? You must be very incompetent or very anti-social to achieve THAT! Or your society has made it necessary to have two-three jobs just to make ends meet...

Many "criminals" (poor people who are not accepted in the system) are dark-skinned with absentee fathers.

What one person see as ugly, someone else will see as quirky. Thirty-odd years ago, a school-friend of mine got together with a friend of my now-husband's. I though her boyfriend was kinda ugly, but she though he was cute. Later, it was his egoism and devotion to Ayn Rand and Existentialism that drove us all away from him; none of us three have any contact with him any more.

I despise criminals because they break the law and harm society at large. No indoctrination whatsoever, just observing the results of their actions.

The truth is probably that you see them as romantic heroes, and project your own short-comings onto them.
Will you hate criminals again when they skim your bank account, and steal your computer game character? What if they break into your mom's house, bust the pipes and cause a flooding in your basement, destroying your comic collection?

Here in Sweden, plumbers can "cut gold with pocket-knives"; there's a definite shortage of plumbers working in home-renovations.

3/17/2019 9:36:47 AM

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