Those who depend on others have learned to abuse their privileges. The good news is that they do so at their own peril. Warning: This is a non-academic, non- conclusive article. It’s a Gonzo piece that contains inconvenient truths about love, empathy and exploitation …
Good afternoon! This is your Random Truth (RANT) bulletin with your random food for thought. Today’s topic: Exploitation.
Freedom and exploitation are separated by a very thin line
Freedom and exploitation are separated by a very thin line. As a result, one of the greatest phenomena of exploitation are associated with the dependent.
No? Go tell your unruly son what a fuck up he really is and that if he doesn’t put some sense in his head, he will hurt himself.
Go tell your neurotic wife that she’s bleeding your mind to death with her constant antics.
Go tell your oafish husband that he’s exploiting your good nature with his insensitive behavior.
Go tell your idiot friend that he’s a douche, and that it’s all very simple, very straightforward when he really thinks about it, and that he should listen to you when you’re telling him what he specifically asked for, leaving the vacant daydreaming for his late morning break, when he jerks off to the sexy bank teller he met earlier in the day.
The greatest exploitation is practised by the dependent, who hold you captive, making you look bad when you don’t meet their needs
You can’t do that, can you? It would be very callous and uncaring of you to tell them off for wasting your fucking time and energy.
Which they of course know, exploiting it to the maximum.
Like I said, the greatest exploitation is practised by the dependent, who hold you captive, making you look bad when you don’t meet their needs.
It’s the oldest trick in the book.
Thank God for the other trick in the book, not giving a fuck.
From the RANT headquarters,
Have a nice evening!