15 January, 2020

The Wisdom of an Old Man

Posted by Socrates in Socrates, White philosophy, White thought at 11:40 am | Permanent Link

(This directly relates to life for a White man in modern America).

One day, years ago, an old man told me something important. I had been riding a horse that very day, and I had trouble with him. The horse wouldn’t obey me. He was very stubborn. I told the old man about it. He said: “Look, son, you need to make sure that a horse knows who’s the boss. If he thinks he’s the boss, he’ll give you shit all the time. When he disobeys you, hit him hard with a riding crop (whip). Soon, he’ll understand that you — not him — are in charge. You’ll never have trouble with him after that, and things will be peaceful for both of you.”

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