Take Your Licks and Do Your Time

by Ryu

It’s a fact of life. If you live in the USA, you’ll be screwed at one time or another. Someone’s always trying to reach into your pocket here. And everybody, including me, has a agenda.

Unfair things will happen. You’ll be blamed for things you didn’t do. You’ll be screwed by your friends and people you help. The list goes on.

If you don’t want to be a narc, you must learn to keep quiet and take it.

“The authorities” have a standard line. They just want to get to the truth. They want to hear your side of the story. They are after information and they’ll do anything to get it.

America is now a snitch society. There’s a tremendous market in tearing apart groups in order to profit. Families, couples, the workplace, and clubs are all fair game. It currently makes WN groups impossible. One day, it will make ALL groups in America impossible.

If you’re going to be a sucker, be a quiet sucker. No one likes a sore loser. Just take it like a man, shut your mouth, and do your time. And most importantly – when the time is right, get your revenge. Think it out and leave no trace.

10 Comments to “Take Your Licks and Do Your Time”

  1. ” Pain or damage don’t end the world. Or despair, or fucking beatings. The world ends when you’re dead. Until then, you got more punishment in store. Stand it like a man… and give some back. ”

    Deadwood

  2. This lesson recognizes “radical autonomy” as the operating paradigm. Your friend is your “enemy.” Your foes are your “friends.” And one can’t be certain of either axiom… And so it relentlessly pulsates at the front of one’s head at all times of consciousness.

    • Well, it’s the real world, TD.

      How many of your fellow doormen do YOU trust to watch your back? All, none or a few?

      • Ryu…

        Carefully define “watch your back?”

        In the context of the clubs I work, there is a solid trust as it pertains to monolithic execution of the job. Outside, the analysis is much murkier because now we are talking an alliance that extends beyond the workplace. My first instinct is to not be in that position to have other “watching my back.” If such a scenario turns oppressive in the minds of those “watching,” bad things can happen all around. So there is the fine line between white man’s movement and the collective action that mercilessly beckons us.

      • Ha. Meaning, at your job, you need to get into a dicey situation. Who do YOU trust?

        Not everyone is trustworthy. Not even most doormen. Of course, this is America. People work very well when money is involved. But it is different when there is no money.

  3. annarchy and prison culture at it’s finest,even the mob ratted out each other and are living under witness protection while the bosses are dead.What’s next don’t shoot so I can rob ,rape and murder you and and family

    • Today’s prison is mistaken as comfortable because there are no Medieval racks, yet the system imposes a nearly equal torture with solitary isolation.

      Cons snitch just as fast to avoid that, as peasants did to avoid hot coals.

      Believing “the system” is staffed with clever people who realize this, is just the start of accepting that most of what they do (when successful) is deliberate.

      • Ah, you know about that. American prisons use seg to destroy people. I have heard of some going there for decades. I shall have to write upon it. It is a prison within a prison.

        They’ve got a thousand little devices. Nutriloaf is one I like. That’s their food punishment. They take away all privileges.

  4. Prisons are brilliant at using diversity against their inmates. Multiculturalism at its finest.

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