>>6836my parents never divorced))))
Also we do? I get the impression the British also have this problem, which I think comes from the British caste system at least in part. It feels like an "I got mine and fuck you" culture, as vain as it is greedy.>>6837
>Protestant moral in its apotheosis, the richer you are, the better Christian you are (at least, that's how I was taught).
I think it's the complete opposite who told you that? There are some strange sects (whose doctrine I also hate) that say something along those lines called "prosperity theology" https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prosperity_theology
You will notice how even their churches look more like bizarre political rallies. Meanwhile I think that a big part of the conspiracy theory stuff with Americans comes more from that "it is easier for a camel to pass through the eye of a needle than rich man to enter heaven" type of thing. Generally speaking, Protestants here have smaller, more comfy, more austere and plain churches that look more like pics related. In fact it is generally a rejection of the ostentatious displays Catholic cathedrals are known for, preferring instead a simpler, more humble and down to earth architectural style to reflect that element of doctrine in anti-worldliness and concern for material things. So I mean it varies. Mormons are their own thing and generally aren't thought of as Christians by a lot of people (they're kind of like a weird Ameriboo Islam for Freemasonry inspired Anglos) and JWs are more of a cult.
>d) The West is in decline, why worry?
Because I am on the West and don't think we are managing better>>6835
>The film aims to create a representation of the Chai Dhaha ritual, a traditional female forum, using an all-male cast in homage to Abdul Aziz Al-Nimish--an actor who pioneered gender role reversal in Kuwaiti theatre.
What's funny about this is that as you probably well know European theater used to use only men to portray women for some reason.
Also this is mind numbing. This is genuinely what middle age to 30s women are like.
I am just saying the general greed and utter lack of compassion to the point of outright hating good works in this country gets to me. Like just even suggesting that maybe people should be taken care of here will get you loud screeching. You only have to put up with Americans online. Imagine half the country freaking out if you even suggest maybe helping the poorer part deal with health care, education, housing etc. It makes even something as blatantly shitty and disgusting as Shariah or Stalinism begin to look attractive. It is like a shitty cyberpunk dystopia with iPhone contours and soft twitter pastels for an idiocracy.