People say that suicide is caused by depression

Yet we hear so many people say, “It was such a shock that he did it. He seemed so normal before it happened. He was happy, he was enjoying himself, etc.”

Well, yeah. If you knew you were going to jump off a bridge tomorrow, why wouldn’t you spend today doing some fun stuff, having lighthearted conversations with friends, etc.? If anything, your worries would be gone, so you would be better able to enjoy yourself without being weighted down by concern over your problems. You might actually be better company.

It’s just that for most of our lives, we feel kinda stuck. How many people do you hear say, “Yeah, this job sucks, but I just need to stick it out for another 15 years till retirement”? They’re kinda stuck. People are stuck in marriages, or if they leave their marriage, then they’re stuck in whatever situation they end up in after marriage. Women talk about divorce as being liberating, but if they remain unable to get what they want, relationship-wise — i.e. attract that tall, handsome billionaire or whatever — they’re still stuck, in a way.

We end up in these situations, dealing with constant annoyances and frustrations. Some handle it better than others. It’s human nature, though, that we prefer to have a feeling of making progress, even if it’s illusory. Problem is, some of us are more realistic, or pessimistic, about how much meaningful progress we’re really making, because it can be hard to gauge sometimes, and there can always be setbacks.

I was recently telling someone, I hope the narrative about me doesn’t end up being, “He was real smart but his mental illness got the better of him.”

All I can really say in response to that is, “Cato’s Letter No. 56, bitches!”

That’s the only work I’ve ever found in my life that sums up how I feel about the matter. And it was written in 1721, before the psychologists arrogated to themselves the responsibility of telling us the meaning and cause of suicide.

It’s timeless, but obscure; I’ve never heard it mentioned in any discussion of suicide, but to me, it’s an eloquent and concise, and even radical, summation of my thinking on the matter.

Most of what’s been written on our time on the subject has focused on the terminally ill, rather than those who are just ready to say, “Fuck it, I’m done.”

NoFap is cope

Men just want to engage in NoFap because they’re disempowered from doing anything else, and so it feels like they’re at least taking some kind of action that the Jews don’t want them to. The Jews say, “Here’s some pornography,” and the guy says, “No, I don’t want it” (even though he could’ve just downloaded some pirated porn for free, without enriching the Jews) and he thinks he’s accomplished something by that.

NoFap is just a placebo, basically. It’s like these antidepressants that women take, and then tell themselves, “Well, since it pretty much kills my ability to have an orgasm, it must be a pretty effective drug. I better stay on it.” They just don’t want to feel like they’re doing nothing about their depression, and taking this drug gives them a sense of taking positive action.

I mean, NoFap probably does teach self-discipline, but at what cost? People who never get any sexual outlet tend to be kinda irritable. It probably is true that if you’re going to engage in some kind of aggressive activity, it might be good not to fap, but what aggressive activity do you need to engage in, when you live in a civilization? Are you a bouncer, or a cop, or a soldier, or something? Are you a professional boxer? What’s the deal?

The kind of self-discipline NoFap teaches isn’t necessarily the same type that you need to be successful in other arenas anyway. It’s just teaching you how to NOT do something, as opposed to how to do something. It’s not going to give you the kind of discipline that will make you buckle down and write a 1,000-page novel. It’s more like the kind of discipline that would be helpful if you were trying to quit drinking or smoking or something. Emptying out your life of what you don’t want, though, doesn’t necessarily fill it with what you do what.

This is more suicidefuel right here

SoyUnPerdedor writes:

Also @Ryo_Hazuki dont forget those fags that come here for the sole purpose of shilling whatever political ideology they have and don’t care about inceldom, sort of like @Leucosticte

I can’t respond because I’m banned from the forum. Look at this list of my threads. Does that seem like the contribution history of a guy who doesn’t care about inceldom? But they’ll talk that kind of shit about me, just because they don’t think I’m one of their own.

Fuck this world, man. Anyway, my suicide supplies are out for delivery today, so my mission is going down soon. Hopefully I succeed.

I fuckin’ hate how incels treated me in the end, after all I tried to do for them. They seem to be basically opposed to the idea of a guy running on any incel-friendly platform and viewing their community as a base of potential supporters to reach out to. I look at that kind of political behavior as coalition-building, but they regard it with suspicion and reject it.