29 year old NEET here, nearing wizardry, never worked a day in my life thanks to helicopter parents.
I could never understand why people wageslave. Now I can't understand how they can even cope with doing it, knowing that their money is going to support foreign aid, importing migrants who hate us and want to outbreed us through rape, corrupt politicians giving pork barrel contracts to their white collar criminal asshole friends...
How do wagies cope with knowing that between a third and half their workday, 5 days a week or however many they work, is spent entirely for the benefit of people who hate them?
Bullshit. No one gets $700 a week autism bucks. Not even in countries with the best welfare and strongest dollar.
In Australia I get $1000/month.
My 90 y/o grandmother on a pension doesn't even get $700 a week.
>How do wagies cope with knowing that between a third and half their workday, 5 days a week or however many they work, is spent entirely for the benefit of people who hate them?
This simply isn't true though. Welfare and aid is a pittance of the tax we pay.
You're incredibly stupid if you don't understand that tax isn't all neetbux and foreign aid.
What the fuck country is that?
Im in Australia.
My grandparents on my mothers side live in the most expensive suburb in the state and live in a small 2 bedroom home worth $1.80million and they get exactly the same pension as my grandparents on my fathers side who live in a $600k house in one of the middle-class suburbs.
The fuck kind of country gives higher benefits to people living in more expensive places? I call bullshit.
The whole idea that you have to work, eat, yadda yadda just to exist seems so absurd.
>having to spend half of your life hating life just to have life
Unless you end up doing interesting work, I guess. Still ties you down in any case tho because it's all about output, not growth.
>For the entire time I was 27, plus a couple more months, I was NEETing it up from my wealthy parents because I could only get shitty awful jobs
>Now I have a decent job for the first time ever
>Our company has two offices, 200 miles apart, and wanted to introduce me to the other one
>Yesterday, my boss picked me up at 5am and drove me to the other office so I could sit there doing nothing all day
>Today, we even left early to drive home and I still didn't get home until midnight because of traffic
Wagecucking is real, and I do it.
Explain how Sweden pays for infrastructure, healthcare, education and public services in general.
Here's your shitty housing, cheap, worthless food, and an internet connection, you wretched fucking failure
I'd rather not 2bh family
Also I pretty much addressed this with
>Unless you end up doing interesting work, I guess. Still ties you down in any case tho because it's all about output, not growth.
It's better than pretty much all alternatives, though, save for getting money out of nowhere
>implying that somehow matters, as if free time has some sort of value and I'm wasting every second of it here
It's hilarious when NEETs think we're here as much as they are.
>implying I'm not at work right now
>implying your pittance would buy you anything worth mentioning from Whole Foods or that you go there anyway
Nice try, you ridiculous omega moron