What’s wrong with Janet Hsieh? Why did I start this blog?

19 Jun

Some of you might be wondering, “Why did you start this blog? What do you have against Janet Hsieh? What did she ever do to you?”

Well nothing. But it’s what she represents that I have a problem with. I mean, look at her – She’s politically correct, full of fake enthusiasm, does publicity stunts, yet gets treated like a Goddess and there’s not a single negative word about her on the internet. (So imagine the shock she must have felt when she suddenly saw two blogs appear that were put up to bash her. hehehe) So why not balance the scales a little and get some publicity from it at the same time, thus hitting two birds with one stone? As the first critic to break her “perfect feedback record”, I’m bound to receive some attention from her millions of fans, and possibly her silent critics as well.

Let me put it this way. Janet Hsieh represents a gross distortion of reality – that everything is rosy, wonderful, and nothing negative exists. People who buy into that view of reality become “victim-blamers”, and develop a “victim-blaming mentality”.

You see, when one sees the world as a happy-go-lucky place where only bad people suffer due to bad choices, and where no one is a victim, then anytime reality catches up and victimizes innocent people (which it does), then one will BLAME that victim, even if he/she was NOT at fault. Thus an unjust victim-blaming mentality is developed in such people. This is a key fault that such happy-go-lucky people never realize. They want badly to believe in a rosy just and fair world where bad things only happen to bad people. But in reality, most people who suffer unjustly are innocent (which is one reason why many turn Atheist), yet these deluded New Agey types deny it and falsely accuse the victims instead.

Here is a revealing article about how many New Agers and believers in the “Law of Attraction”, who believe that “thoughts create reality” and that nothing bad can happen unless you think it can, possess such a victim-blaming mentality as I describe above.

http://www.juliaingram.com/Common_Ground.html

You see, wise and truthful people know that true glory comes from endurance of suffering. All religions and spiritual belief systems teach that glory comes through suffering and endurance. Even the Bible says:

“For unto you it is given in the behalf of Christ, not only to believe on him, but also to suffer for his sake;” (Philippians 1:29)

That’s how one transcends the prison of life and moves closer to enlightenment and inner peace.

The happy-go-lucky world that Janet Hsieh represents is an illusion and facade for those who wish to deny reality. In the end, it can only bring suffering when reality catches up. Her attitude represents a denial of reality that can easily turns into a victim-blaming mindset as well.

Check out this interesting article about how a study found that happy go lucky people tend to die younger because they are more reckless and take more risks with their health and safety than others do. It is an example of the dangers of having such an unrealistic rosy attitude like Janet has, which some people idolize for some bizarre reason.

http://www.world-science.net/othernews/110311_happy.htm

Am I jealous of Janet Hsieh? Sure, who wouldn’t be? She gets everything handed on a silver platter, even though her friendships are superficial and shallow. She gets pampered better than Julia Roberts did in “Pretty Woman”.

But that doesn’t mean that my critique is dishonest. Far from it. I am a truth seeker, not a conformist like Janet and 99.99 percent of Asians are. So my words and actions are far more genuine and authentic. A truth seeker seeks his/her own truth, whereas a conformist sees truth as whatever authority says and whatever the majority agree upon. In that sense, I have far more credibility than Janet does.

Nor does it mean that Janet Hsieh should be exempt from criticism. Why should she be? Every other celebrity receives criticism, so why shouldn’t she? There are two sides to every story after all.

Besides, there is nothing special about her. She hasn’t done anything worthy of fame. There’s nothing unique about her either. She is simply media hyped and pampered, overinflated and overrated. All she did was “ride with the waves” and received everything on a silver platter after that. So why not inject some reality into her reputation and put up a blog to counterbalance the warped scales a little? What’s wrong with that? Every celebrity has their critics. Why shouldn’t she? Why leave such a fake person on such a high pedestal?

The injustice in all this is that people who are fake and annoying like Janet Hsieh get a ton of airtime in the stupid shallow superficial media, but people who have a lot of meaningful useful enlightening things to say that truly changes lives, like me, get no airtime. It should be the other way around. But as you know, the stupid media is not about truth, meaning or freedom, but about dumbing you down with the stupidest most useless mind numbing garbage and trash that is not even worth one cent per minute of their advertiser’s money, or your attention and cranium space.

Fortunately though, this blog and the critique of Janet Hsiesh on my site helps balance the scales of justice. Now that they are highly ranked in Google, anyone who Googles “Janet Hsieh” will find them, and thus learn about me and my site with meaningful useful enlightening content that truly changes lives. In that sense, I’ve found a way to “piggyback” onto her fame, and thus balance the scales of justice a little. Sometimes, you gotta take justice into your own hands, especially when the forces of stupidity, ignorance and superficiality are working against you.

Hope you understand my point.

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4 Responses to “What’s wrong with Janet Hsieh? Why did I start this blog?”

  1. anonymous September 25, 2013 at 2:27 am #

    LOL trying to make justice? What? By trying to “educate” the public of the coldness and superficiality of Taiwan? Clearly you haven’t been to other places yet. Instead of trying to “educate” the public of Taiwan by basing the facts through YOUR eyes, why can’t you travel to Congo and form a much meaningful justice by educating others on poverty? Continuing to write these posts are just making you look like a joke, a hypocrite.

  2. anonymous September 25, 2013 at 2:30 am #

    Normally, a smart person who dislikes it would technically just not watch the show, ignores it, and move on..but look at you

  3. Erin December 30, 2015 at 3:57 am #

    What’s the matter, honey? Did Janet not return your fan mail? You clearly have a little trouble dealing with reality, and with women in particular. For someone who claims to be a “deep soul,” I’ve seen very little depth anywhere in these pages. And the things you’re writing aren’t “taboo”; they’re just incorrect. When your interpersonal relationships are this bad, perhaps you should have a good look at yourself before you go blaming society. And as someone who clearly understands the fact that not all cultures are alike (which seems to have come as some kind of shock to you), maybe you should stop complaining when a particular culture doesn’t match up to your ideals. Other cultures don’t exist to get you laid, or even to provide you with friends. They are what they are. You can attempt to fit in, leave, or be that guy who complains about it endlessly, making himself and everyone around him miserable. Don’t be that guy.

  4. Ellin July 25, 2016 at 3:25 pm #

    Wow, so intellectual. Such valid points.
    While you’re sitting there ‘intellectually’ criticizing a television entertainer, Janet’s out there enjoying the world and laughing her way to the bank. Whether her being fake or not really doesn’t matter. You’re just a sad, pitiful, jealous, hater.

    Please find a way to live more happily. You only live once, isn’t it better to live it with joy rather than hate?

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