One way of relating to your natural superiors is to recognize that their attributes validate the ideals of excellence that you also aspire to as a human being. But Left-leaning people do not like high standards. A self-described “fat, ugly” woman writes:
Your DNA is an abomination. Beauty will be over because we want it to be. Ontologically speaking, your death will mean liberation for all… Until then, remember this: I hate you because you shouldn’t exist. You are both the dominant apparatus on the planet and the void in which all other women, upon meeting you, die…
Oh, wait. I got that wrong. Correction: Texas State University’s student paper ran a genocide-inciting, anti-White op-ed by a Hispanic male student, Rudy Martinez. Actual quote:
“Ontologically speaking, white death will mean liberation for all… Until then, remember this: I hate you because you shouldn’t exist.”
The writer exhibits what I call “Existential Hate:”
It comes from the fear of annihilation at the hands of one’s equals or superiors in intelligence, organizational skill, or cunning. The impulse can also be expressed as hostility toward anyone more successful or beautiful.
Steve Sailer’s “Coalition of the Fringes” is bonded together by its constituents’ biological envy of their betters. Under European patriarchy, the classes of people that are virtuous, accomplished — or superior by certain universally recognized criteria — serve as an aspirational example to everyone else. The hack of cultural Marxism was to turn the skyward-gaze of the masses forward, liberating them to repudiate high standards and yearn for the day when anyone who reminds them of something they can never fully become is destroyed.
“Better to reign in Hell than serve in Heaven.” — Satan, Paradise Lost