Playing Victim Is The Sissy Doctrine


Bitching and whining without any solution is a recipe for insanity, misery, and depression. It is also the voice of a victim. I don’t think any of you are victims unless you are truly a victim of assault or some heinous crime. The problem is there is a victimhood mentality. It is so embedded that every time you poke it people say…”You’re being unfair. You’re doing something wrong.”

If you don’t want to read it, you can watch this video.

See, I used to work in the medical profession. I used to talk to doctors all the time. How do you cure a disease? You can treat symptoms which is not a cure. It’s just going to make you feel better. You could go down to the root cause and cure the source of the disease.

When you are caught up in ideas like… “It isn’t fair” some very interesting things happen. They adopt a position of… “I can’t do x, y, k and z because I’m a victim.

If you want to be a hero, if you want to live a different kind of life, and look at the world through a different prism other than victimhood – go to and get yourself the hustler’s bundle, which is everything on the site and everything that is coming.

Let’s jump off into this wonderful world of unfairness and how life is horrible.

I think complaining is part of the process. Some people who have a victimhood mentality think complaining is the process. That’s the big difference.

Before we jump into that, I’m going to give you some example of how things are unfair that you don’t seem to mind. If you are walking down the street and you find $300 or $400 in cash and you are the only person on the street, you look around and no one else is there. You go to a few stores in the area and asked if anyone has lost some money. They’re like…”Nope.” So, you go home and you’ve got yourself $300 or $400. Is that fair? No. It’s not fair. It happens.

Is it fair that you can buy a lottery ticket for $1 and end up with millions of dollars? It’s not fair. But, I don’t hear anybody bitching about that.

You bitch about what you perceive is unfair based upon the benefit.

Now this is going to offend some people. We have people who live in the hood who are living way better than those folks who are living way better than those folks who are living in abject poverty. Abject poverty is you don’t have running water. You don’t have electricity. There’s some places like the Philippines and Thailand where the grids just go out for a few days. Yes. For two days, the power is out. The internet goes down. There’s nothing you can do about it because the infrastructure is shitty.

If you grew up in America and you’re 15, 20, 35 or 40, you haven’t experienced that shit.

Going back to the fair argument, is it fair that you are in the USA and you have all of these opportunities? Yet, some person who comes from abject poverty can come over here and not know the language and within five or ten years be ahead of your ass.

One of the reasons I’m able to do the same thing is because I took note of my Hispanic brothers who used to work for me in the storage auction business. I looked at their work ethic. I looked at the family structure.

I would go to Home Depot and pick up two or three of them to do work. Then, I would give them some flyers to tell them about my great deals. Then they would come on the weekends and spend the money I paid them. Then, they would bring their family. They would come in busloads.

This is my big problem with victimhood mentality. It robs you of the desire to do better. It robs you of the hope that you can do better. It robs you of the hope of having a life that can be so wonderful.

One of the reasons I do these videos is because I want kids to understand that the fucked-up pathology that some of your parents are trying to give you is not true. It’s simply not true.

I’m going to talk about my journey, something I know intimately. When I was stuck in black folk’s pathology, I had some really jacked up thinking. My mother had three kids with three different men. She would never tell me who my father was. She wouldn’t tell me. When she finally told me, it explained a lot.

We were poor. Compared to a lot of people, I had it very good.

One day when I was in the boarding house, I said to myself….”You’ve just got to let this shit go.”

I never blamed my father. My mother confirmed it wasn’t his fault. He never even knew I existed. I just let that shit go. If you don’t have a male role model or father figure, go out and find yourself some male mentors. It will make a difference.

When I let go of the victimhood mindset, I replaced it with the success mindset. You can’t have a victimhood mindset and a success mindset at the same time. I saw a lot of victimology.

This is the thing. You can’t turn back time. You can’t change things that happened in the past. It’s over. It’s done.

So, you have to move forward thinking… I’m going to control my future. I’m going to put together some things that will enhance who I am, will make my life better and create this wonderful awesome experience for me.

You can’t have a victim mindset and a success mindset because if you don’t understand the deal with class, I will break it down for you.

My kids are not going to be around some dirty little trashy kids. Unfortunately, it’s not the kid’s fault. It’s the parents’ fault.

Parents who have freshly scrubbed little kids who speak the King’s English properly do not want their kids around kids who do not. This is why. You spend more time as a kid with your peers that your parents.

Let’s look at the existence of the poor person in America. Being poor in America is one of the most expensive things you can do. I mean it’s crazy expensive because of the cost of everything.

If you’re not doing anything to change it, you’re clinging to it. Life is not fair. Get over it. At times, it works in your favor.

How is life not being fair a good thing? If you start a business and you push – you will be able to make more money in a month, than you did in a year. And, it will be totally, 100% unfair.

Feeling shit is unfair isn’t going to change shit.

You can’t be a hero with a victimhood “V” on your chest.

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