Is it normal to accept your beliefs and to have conviction in them?

People bullshit, they think I'm stupid and know nothing about my beliefs: I literally believe them: I accept them as true, I don't take a belief without it being true, if it's not true, or not true or false it's bullshit, it's a lie, don't disagree, you either are a pessimist, a Luciferian, a disbeliever in optimism or you aren't and if you don't believe what I believe you have no business with a belief. I invented the antidisbeliever, that means I'm against any convictions that I'm not speaking the truth, or any bull fucking shit, your beliefs that are not what I believe are lies. Either accept as true, or accept as false, that's why there are true or false tests in school, they're teaching you that what's not false is true and what's not true is false, there's no middle ground. Fuck you and your antibeliefs, have a conviction for once in your God damn lives!

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  • What do you actually believe? You didn’t say anything about what you actually believe.

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    • Gothicism, pessimism, theosophy, magick, to name a few.

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      • What sort of prescriptions are they giving you? I don't know, but I get the impression that you're having mood swings.

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        • None of the sort, only that with and without any faults in the brain I would remain the same, society has made it this way, and, thanks to Peter Hitchens, my first real role model, who I saw on YouTube on the internet, I took up Bolshevism even if that's a former belief he abandoned, because I think he's still truthful in the view that lower classes midway between lower class and middle class (the peasant and industrial workman), should come in to help and not the other way around, and the rejection of the otherwise middle classes and bourgeoisie. The rejection of the feudal police and bondman who are the enemy, which says to me that the doctor is the enemy and that the emancipation of Germany is the emancipation of mankind even though I'm not German (but, due to my blond hair, I'm Nordic), therefore I support Germany and I support the emancipation of mankind, that to even have a sane mind like that of Peter Hitchens, the Christian non-hedonist lecturer who is nice all the time, and that's what I need to keep in mind. Empty words like the priest's blessings mean nothing, and one shouldn't use meaningless words like extremism or central to describe what's political. I stand on my right to form an opinion, given I don't delude myself, am sincere and have candour (according to my Stoic philosophy) which comes from God, and that's a different religion from Peter Hitchens but at least, with time and through testing my beliefs I can believe the one and abandon the other which most people don't do because it's painful, but over time beliefs must be abandoned, for example, existentialism I used to hold as a conviction but finding out the facts, that life is not necessarily a reality that must be accepted, that I'm not necessarily in despair, that it's too contradictory a belief system to associate with one's life, it's not true, and therefore false. Therefore the newer beliefs: white supremacy, and so forth, as well as some old beliefs: justice globalism, and veganarchism (I believed in this before) are not beliefs to abandon, and therefore we must be sceptical, but not too sceptical, because a belief I invented: antidisbelief, means I have convictions and that my beliefs are not to be challenged but I'm to stand up for believing in that without doubting, with everything else out of the way I decided from yesterday what I was and for a lifetime always staying the same as that, amen!

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