Level 8!!!!!!!!

We live in the Age of Consolation. It began in the 18th century with the approaching end to the expansion of the European Empire in the world. This embrace of the unreal complemented the rise of totalitarianism. Goethe submerged himself in consolation, using poetry as self-therapy. Self-therapy may be defined as adjusting one’s perception of reality to make oneself feel good. If 1 + 1 = 2 makes one feel bad then 1 + 1 actually equals something else, maybe 3 one day and 4 the next.
20th century self-therapy wished to uncover buried truths in the psyche, but what it accomplished was to force the psyche to invent believable narratives – everyone became a storyteller of his own life. No story is ever the truth, and a story concocted under threat of one being called “deviant” even less so.
With every kill, The Hero provided consolation to his dominator, that he is not a peasant slave working for corporate masters, but a savior of a lush, rich world of beauty. So as the corporate scum destroy the real world they manufacture artificial worlds and sell them to their own peasant slaves. Clearly, it is not morally wrong to kill any member of the ruling class. Saving the world one corpse at a time, after all.


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