System Failure

As a personal rule I never engage in political discourse either on this blog or on the SoSuave forum. For the same reason I’m cautious about relating my own personal experiences as illustrations of larger social dynamics, so too am I not inclined to relate my political views because they pollute a clearer understanding of these dynamics with suspicions of bias. That bias comes in many forms – personal, moral, political, etc. and I make a conscious effort in every post I publish to focus strictly on the underpinnings of every dynamic I explore with a minimum of personal input.

I realize that observing a process will change it, but I make my best efforts to be an objective observer of whatever I explore. Sometimes those observations are complimentary to those who agree, and sometimes they’re insulting.

That said, some specific inter-gender social dynamics demand a recognition of elements that contribute to bias when that element is itself the social dynamic. Issues of morality, ethics and social conduct are the easiest examples of where the particulars of a truth run headlong into how the genders perceive or modify that truth to their benefit.

Our modern political landscape and how it has evolved according to gender specific influences is another dynamic that deserves observation. I understand even a cursory analysis of political dynamics is fraught with the dangers of speculation, bias and deliberately distorted perceptions, but these liabilities shouldn’t excuse us from making the attempt to analyze them.

What’s brought me to this subject today was a very profound comment made by none other than Mark Minter, a Rational regular and in my opinion one of the manosphere’s best assets. I’m going to repost his comment below and let it speak for itself. Some of his analysis I may disagree with, but really only in terms of his attention to details. However the majority of it I do agree with and I thought his observations needed a larger stage to be expressed upon.

Before you read this, let me be clear, I have never edited nor censored any comment (except spam) in the history of Rational Male no matter who comments or and no matter how I may disagree with what’s expressed. That said, I would ask that commenters on this post be conscious of its purpose – observation of the social dynamic. There is a plentitude of postings on which to comment about our political environment over at The Spearhead if you wish to vent your ideological frustrations. I’m interested in social mechanic of what Mark is proposing here.

This is my analysis of the election. And this is my manifesto.

Here you had a sitting president that had everything going against him in voter sentiment, ambivalent economic data, if not bad data, a general lack of confidence of his ability to be a significant leader, and still he could not be beaten by his opponent.

This has been the on going theme of my comments. Women are winning. Women are going to win and impose the changes on society that they wish and there is nothing you can do to stop it.

The reason Obama won this election and why the Republicans were not able to gain any ground in the legislature was women. Pure and Simply. This election was about women. And the men lost. If the economy had improved even by a few percent more, then the election would never have been this close. Obama appealed to women and would’ve blown Romney away. Romney was only in the race because of his ability to run on the economy and the antipathy that conservative white voters have towards Obama. In the Senate races, Women won every race except for Maine where an independent candidate won, and the woman came in second. The conservative came in last.

The forces arrayed against you, socially, economically, and politically are insurmountable. You can scream, whine, blog, comment, whatever, and you will not turn back the march of history. Even if the number of Red Pill aware men increases ten fold in the next few years, it still will not stop the inevitable erosion of the position of men, not only in America, but throughout the rest of the world.

Now, I am going to tell you in no uncertain terms, if you have a dick then you are on your own and the forces of the world are arrayed against you. You can expect no political support, no social support, no support in the workplace, no support in the courts, with the police. Whether you realize it or not, women are a bigger enemy to you than any Arab, any Iranian, any Chinese.

Your last chance to even slow this march was just lost. Democrats made a lot of hay about the Clint Eastwood presentation during the Republican convention where he used a chair as a prop and addressed a hypothetical Barrack Obama in the chair. It was said that was the essence of the Republican party, angry, old white men railing in their anger at a black Democratic president. And more and more of are those old, angry, white men are going to die and not be replaced in the pipeline. In 2016 there will be even fewer of them and more and more non-white voters will move onto the voting rolls to replace those white male voters that will die over the next four years. Obama received 93% of the black vote, 69% of the hispanic vote, and 74% of the Asian vote. Romney won 59% of white voters. There will a smaller percentage of white voters in every election cycle from here on out.

But the real issue was the gender gap. Women favored Obama, 54 percent to 44 percent, while men chose Romney by an almost identical margin, 53 percent to 45 percent. Mothers were more likely to support Obama (55 percent to 45 percent), while fathers sided with Romney (55 percent to 43 percent).

“Democrats effectively made the case that issues important to women, not just issues like abortion and reproductive rights but economic issues of equal pay and access to jobs, those issues resonated with women,” said Ron Schurin, a political scientist at the University of Connecticut. “The Romney campaign seemed at times to be tone deaf on those issues. They tried to make a case, they just didn’t do it effectively.”

The key race in the election cycle, the bellweather indicator of things to come, was the race between Scott Brown and Elizabeth Warren. Expect this formula to be repeated by Democrats in subsequent elections. Elizabeth Warren was an academic, a law professor from Harvard, with a specialization in Bankrupty. So expect more races where a female former professor without any political baggage or experience will run, and win, on women’s issues that are masked as issues for families, for the “middle class”. It is my opinion that Elizabeth Warren will run for president in 2016 and will become the nominee. And more and more women will move into elected office and those women will push issues favorable to women as their primary agenda masking those issues as “for children”, “for education”, “for families”.

Also, the story of the next four years will be stagnation on issues involving spending, spending cuts, unless it is a measure that effects women. Then public opinion, the media, and the army of women will coerce the Republican legislature into caving. When there are cuts or spending deals to be made, expect the deal not to cut things that would have a more direct effect on women and pushed towards cuts that will affect men. If defense is cut, that effects men, fewer soliders, fewer defense contracts. Expect less stimulus spending on infrastructure, again more jobs for men. Expect this ongoing deal, tax cuts for the wealthy or business in exchange for what women want. Expect head start, health benefits, food stamp progams, education, aid to dependent children to be untouched. Expect more legislation like WAVA and IMBRA. Expect an EEO interpretation that further broadens sexual harrassment and sexual discrimination.

You all need to understand in no uncertain terms, women despise you, they think little of you. They believe you brutish and violent, bull headed, and fundamentally stupid. They see you as big children that must be controlled and disciplined in order make you useful to them. And if you are not useful to them, if you do not provide those things that they wish from you, actually, more correct to say, those things they need from you, then you will not be a part of their lives.

And they are earnest and driven in structuring society and the law in such a manner that you are no longer needed.

They are now avoiding marriage in droves, deferring pregnancy and motherhood, and using men, more and more, as forms of recreation and, less and less, as a necessary partner in the scheme of life as they are defining it. Their job and their female friends are more important to them than you are. They are celebrating and defining single motherhood as the form of child rearing preferrable to a two parent household.

And you should expect the bad behavior of women in relationships and in social situations to only get worse. There is a massive demographic shift that has been occuring since the end of the birth control. Compare the dearth of child bearing age women against the number of men from 19-55 that chase those women, men that throw deals and enticements at the feet of those women, with the rise in social media mechanisms available today that permit women to be approached and have those deals thrown at their feet, and you have a recipe for more trouble ahead for men. Pity the poor boy born in 2007 when there was a birth rate of 4.32 babies born per 1000 people to the birth rate in 2011 of 1.9. There will be no girls for 50% of those boys, given that men tend to pair with younger women. If you wish to see the impact of demographic discrepancy on female behavior, study the history of Wyoming. Men literally had to pay women to have relationships and she shopped for the best offer. She would go to a dance with one man and leave with another because she received the better offer.

So, I say to all of you, on this key date, this moment of national introspection that occurs every 4 years on election night when the character of our society unveils itself in the form of the ballot, we most certainly have entered into a new era of history. I call it the PostModern because I can only define it right now as what it isn’t and I am not yet able to define it for what it is. You can call it Post Industrial. You can call it the Third Wave, the first being agriculture, the second being industrial.

But you can expect to see the world, society, and the relationships between men and women begin to organize in other means, other forms, other measures, than anything that has ever come before. The Modern Era, for as long as we have any sort of social memory has been organized along the lines of the family and the marriage between men and women. Everything was based on this, from work, to taxes, to even how houses are aligned along steets, neighborhoods are built, and how maps are drawn.

You need a new paradigm, new thinking about how you filter the information that your senses provide you and what you make of it. You need to question any value, any moral, any religion, your patriotism, your chivalry, your male code of conduct, any generalization, any stereotype, any caricature, anything that is an artifact from the Modern Era. And you need to replace it with something, something more PostModern. You can’t look back any fucking more. Those days are gone and will never, never return.

Start with this statement right here and make it the first declaration in who you are, what you will be, and will do, what you won’t be and what you won’t do, and how you judge and think about the world

“I will be nobody’s fucking slave and nobody’s fool”.

You owe nobody anything. You owe women nothing. You owe society nothing. All of those things, those forces, those structures wish to impose a slavery on you and you need begin to reject it right now. You need redefine to yourself, “What it means to be a man.” And you need to begin to live that declaration of what it could, should, and would to be a man if you filter that determination with the first filter.

“I will be nobody’s slave and nobody’s fool”.

We will stop being men that are useful to women, useful to society and start being men that live life on their terms. You have a power that you give away. We voluntarily let chains be placed on you because we think that is what “The Good Man” does.

Re-evaluate everything.

Revolt.

You cannot change where the world and society is going. But you have the power to change your life so that you live it on your own terms. There will be no “macro” solution to the angst that you are feeling. There will be no grand social movement to correct the wrongs that you experience in your dealings with women and in how society views and what it expects from men.

But you have the solution in your hands.

Game.

Not just “Game” as pick-up lines, but “Game” as a way of viewing women, as a way of viewing life, as a way of reconstructing what is right and what is wrong, as a way of reacting to the changes that are beyond your control, as a way of dealing with the structural and social changes that already have come and inevitably are coming.

Don’t worry about the world, worry about your world.

“I will be nobody’s slave and nobody’s fool.

Ever.

So when future historians look back on this PostModern time and make generalizations of this age, let them say:

“It was time when the men started being men, free men, that lived free, and no longer accepted the roles as slaves that society and women had imposed on them.”

 

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Luther Burgsvik
Luther Burgsvik
8 years ago

Women have never cared for anything but themselves. Women value themselves first, second and third. Their priorities are security first and then entertainment. This have never been any different throught history. They don’t care about their own children even. Here’s something from the history books: Once it happened that some of them came to the house of a man called Joao Vicente, as he lay in bed at night with his wife and a little son, who was not yet weaned, and beat on the door for him to open to them, and he, with fear, dared not do it,… Read more »

McLovin
McLovin
8 years ago

Start your own business and hire mostly or only men.

Love's Orphan
Love's Orphan
8 years ago

The problem now, JC, is that most of the Cubans that voted republican came here thanks to Castro’s 1959 revolution. Those people are dying now. Their sons and daughters, most notably Diaz-Balart, Rubio and Ros-Lehtinen vote in favor of restrictions (less flights to Cuba etc). Those people lost even more votes. Now, the young generation, most of them have a grandparent in Cuba they have never seen in 15 years. Now, even those who entered this country thanks to the Cuban Adjustment Act (wet feet, dry feet policy) and the political refugees want to visit Cuba several times a year.… Read more »

CassMan
CassMan
8 years ago

Another great post that touches on some key points. I do not have the time to go into this area and from skimming the comments I have noticed at least one poster who has clued into this factor not represented in the article. The socio-economic pressures that are being applied to the entire world (not just the Western world) will eventually create an environment where women no longer have the luxury of dictating how life operates. Simply put, things are ‘too good’ right now in society here in the West, there is no hard life or sacrifices being made. The… Read more »

M3
M3
8 years ago

You know, i can’t help but sit back and laugh a bit tho. If the Repubs stopped being idiots and put Ron Paul up against Obama… dollars to donuts it would have been something else. Whatever you think of him, had he been given the same air time to speak his views, and just imagine how he’d brutalize Obama in a debate based on facts and not fluff. Here’s a guy who always speaks his mind regardless of the ‘current’, doesn’t flip flop and has always maintained his convictions. But alas, the party of war, the party of destroying families… Read more »

Zeus
Zeus
8 years ago

The crux of the problem is that Men are individualists and Women are collectivists. When male brawn became irrelevant (due to modernization, daddy government and female voting) the collectivist nature of women gradually edged out male interests.

Men need to unite for their common good, recognizing the new paradigm. Women have.

The Right Hon. Msgr. Fred Flange
The Right Hon. Msgr. Fred Flange
8 years ago

I respect Mark Minter’s posts a lot, though they need to be filtered through the lens of his obviously painful and soul-crushing experience. Politically I think he is wrong, but others here tackled that issue (so did VD). And I genuflect to YaReally, who has the voice of true “been there” wisdom – there can be no doubt that he lives what he says. But I have a few quibbles. The CONS here, unless they are Churchians at heart, should be grateful that the anti-birth control stuff turned off voters. You DO realize that if Paul Ryan and the various… Read more »

John O.
John O.
8 years ago

@thebloggerssoliloquy

You enquired as to “how this applies in other countries like the UK, parts of Africa, China, the Arab world, South America and so on.”

As to Africa, the Nigerian writer, Chinweizu, outlined in great detail how gender relations adversely affected the male in his seminal work “Anatomy of Female Power”, first published in 1990.

He remains unmarried.

You should be able to access it at either of the following pages –

http://therawness.com/anatomy-of-female-power-download-and-discussion-page/

http://www.scribd.com/doc/31080680/Anatomy-of-Female-Power

John O.

E.J.
E.J.
8 years ago

I agree with Revo Luzione, word for word. Either I’m a super alpha male and don’t realize it, or some of you guys are whiny as fuck. I’d also like to add: men have a decreasing amount of responsibility for society, women are literally voting themselves out of the chance of EVER being taken care of by men, and you guys are actually complaining. This means not only do you love women more than they love you, but you love them more they love themselves. If that isn’t beta, I don’t know what is. I sincerely hope the comment section… Read more »

Tom
Tom
8 years ago

A fun rant, which can’t be taken too seriously, except to acknowledge a clear sense of suffering and impotence, hence the wishful quote from future historians looking back at the men who finally fought back: “It was time when the men started being men, free men, that lived free, and no longer accepted the roles as slaves that society and women had imposed on them.” But this is utter fantasy. Women are simplying complicit, not the source. The election does seem to be about complicity, where moneyed interests (led largely by powerful men) are ever tightening their grip on power,… Read more »

Joseph of Jackson
8 years ago

@OlioOx “You all have to understand: Modern Western women are completely capable of running the WHOLE SHOW; they’ll just run it less well and they’ll NEVER have to go without a bit of male help. Western man has built a political and technological world that CAN be run by women, and only a few men are REALLY necessary for certain things.” You leave out other countries that actually insentivize their men. We will be out stripped militarily and our power will wither. New drones will be made by other countries that are more advanced and blow ours out of the… Read more »

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Pierce
Pierce
8 years ago

Woman are the enemy. They are poisoning us men and our offspring with toxic music, food and thoughts. They are having fewer kids, meaning lower fertility (sorry bud, women ONLY can give birth). They are voting for presidents that will STEAL YOUR MONEY and give it to women who will give it right back to the 1% (i.e. oligarchy, illuminati, rich bankers). If we do not stop these idiots for taking over, we will be in a living hell with little to no children, disease, poverty, unemployment, bastard kids running amock, zero marriage, etc. Newton:s law of motion… A body… Read more »

The Other Jim
The Other Jim
8 years ago

It’s like watching a horror movie, only I’m in it.

Different T
Different T
8 years ago

“I will be nobody’s slave and nobody’s fool.” How many times do you have to say this for it to be so? I’m sure you think you have ways against being someone’s slave, but what are your defenses against being someone’s fool? Cause the refrain here seems to be “All you can do is look out for yourself and pursue your own interests — which is the mark of an alpha,” which sounds a lot like, oh, hypergamy. And you have no problem calling women who follow that concept both fools and slaves. Or maybe it’s different because you have… Read more »

Case
Case
8 years ago

Guys, please from a fellow red-piller here I wrote 28 pages well researched single spaced developing on the genetic and metaalgorithmic implications of the feminine imperative concept Rollo has championed. I am a victim myself of the feminized system and I am personally staked in fighting it for my own children and creating a future, of any kind, for them. So echoing the concerns of other commentators about the manicheanism being echoed here… Stop Please relax, please take a deep breath. You are in a cognitive place of real danger. The decisions you make now, right now, will place the… Read more »

koevoet
koevoet
8 years ago

Better yet, don’t start a business and let the ship sink. You’ll just lose all your hard work at the whim of some bureaucrat if he/she so decides anyway. For the first time in my life I feel good about not getting a raise. All I have to do is buckle down my belt and add less to the economy. Forwards!

Pirran
Pirran
8 years ago

A powerful post, but a little too fatalistic, for the simple reason of resources. Overwhelmingly it is men who create wealth in the capitalist economies and start up most small businesses (even in the face of huge disparities in grant available to women over men). Small businesses have created 70% of new jobs in the US economy over the last decade and this is where the pinch will be felt first as small businesses go by the wayside. Yes, women now control the popular vote and government spending but they don’t create the wealth in the private sector to pay… Read more »

Dirk
Dirk
8 years ago

Ah you all forget, the future is clear and China will be the world’s savior.

Gilligan
Gilligan
8 years ago

I agree with some of this, but I don’t believe men should live life in isolation, to me, “taking care of your world” means choosing the right people to be in it. Meaning, choose the right woman to be in it too, if you desire one. There was a time when men looked after women, even ones they didn’t know, but today, not so. As my grandfather once said, “if you’re not in my life, you’re just another man on the street”, or in this case, just another woman. Bottom line: If she’s not in your life, you don’t owe… Read more »

blackbird.young
8 years ago

I’m curious as to the reader’s of this blog’s psychosocially admitted status: are the majority of you in your 30’s, divorced, married, kids, considered legitimately attractive by both member’s of the opposite & equivocal sex, wealthy, etc…? I ask because after spending a seemingly ridiculous amount of time researching every aspect of the “manosphere” on the internet, I can’t conclude as to whether or not being actively aware or proactively engaged in such discussion actually hampers one’s ability or promotes one’s growth as a human, in a positive manner. Does that make sense? In other words, are the people here,… Read more »

Pirran
Pirran
8 years ago

@blackbird.young “Does that make sense?” Not really. Actually your passive-aggressive shaming piece (no matter how convoluted, or pretentious) tends to reveal more about your own outlook more than any perceived psychosocial “type” you might here (or anywhere else). Posters on manosphere blogs are as varied as any other area of interest. You’ll find married, divorced, single, young, middle-aged and retired and most income brackets to boot. They’ll tend to have a certain pragmatic cynicism (born of experience) of those that suck on the Government teat and they’re mostly men (go figure – but with a surprisingly large female contingent). Frankly,… Read more »

OlioOx
OlioOx
8 years ago

Roosh has just posted his review of the 1971 anti-feminist classic, “The Manipulated Man” by Esther Vilar. MARK MINTER and everyone, read this book!

I obtained a rather clunky PDF version of the 2009 edition of Vilar’s book, containing her updated Introduction, and produced a nicely-formatted more readable version with Georgia font and many corrections (actually this is my second version with even more corrections):

http://www.2shared.com/document/FNyulwEI/Esther_Vilar_-_The_Manipulated.html

JP
JP
8 years ago

“I swear by my life and love of it that I will never live my life for another man, nor will I ask another man to live for mine.”
Ironic that the philosophy that defines the reality of our era, and of the only valid response that a free man can give, was written by a woman.

OlioOx
OlioOx
8 years ago

JP: Sounds like Ayn Rand? She was not the first person to express that sentiment; I can’t think of who might have said something to that effect first but I’m sure it was no woman. And what you have there between your quotations is not a philosophy; it’s just a slogan. What lies behind it may or may not be worthy of the name ‘philosophy.’ Read Whittaker Chambers’ review of Atlas Shrugged — and be sure you look up this Mr. Chambers on Wikipedia to get an idea of someone who would have the effrontery to criticize the Grand Ms.… Read more »

Adam
Adam
8 years ago

@blackbird

26. Never married. Awesome career. Recently left my first girlfriend after almost 2 years to be a PUA again. The more I swallowed the red pill, the higher my standards became I realized she wasn’t cutting it. It’s going to be pump and dump city until I find a girl who isn’t someone else’s trash.

Marellus
8 years ago

… those spirited waters … that unconquered cleft … those hidden quarters … that unhinged theft … to mourn the knaves … and damn the school … for I’m your slave … and you’re my fool …

blackbird.young
8 years ago

As I said in a previous comment, what Mark said bears many truths. When I read this I knew I could agree with most of what he stated. Though observing what inaction is present does little to change it, the first step of being aware tends to change at the very least those around you. “Now, I am going to tell you in no uncertain terms, if you have a dick then you are on your own and the forces of the world are arrayed against you. You can expect no political support, no social support, no support in the… Read more »

blackbird.young
8 years ago

At Pirran. There are multiple people that use this blog. I honestly don’t know any of them. I’m curious because I want to know why I spend my time reading this information, and if in the end it will be of value. One way to judge it’s value is to compare myself to those who exist in active intellectual relation to these topics presented & discussed by other’s similarly interested, and to see if, or why, I’d feel it positive to believe something similar. Because I don’t know what I will be doing 5 years from now, and if those… Read more »

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JT
JT
8 years ago

“It still will not stop the inevitable erosion of the position of men, not only in America, but throughout the rest of the world.” Bwahaha! Women can’t build or sustain a great civilization, hell they can barely contribute anything to it. It’s not for nothing that a decaying civilization is historically called effeminate. Civilizations that have a large female input will simply collapse and be replaced by a dictatorship which won’t allow itself to be destroyed by feminine stupidity. That’s what’s happening in the U.S. and the rest of the West now. Unless feminine multiculturalism is destroyed soon, for example,… Read more »

Glengarry
Glengarry
8 years ago

Heh heh heh heh, “embrace the suck” indeed.

Don’t forget that the laws, regulations, guidelines, best practices, “dear colleagues” and whatnot are for the most part pushed through by unelected bureaucrats. Voting as such won’t help.

Glengarry
Glengarry
8 years ago

Elizabeth Warren: A great day for Native Americans, yeah?

Glengarry
Glengarry
8 years ago

“They are simply gaming women and instead of getting sex they are getting a vote.”

Stingray, oh lord but that cuts to the heart of it.

confused
confused
8 years ago

Why is there so much dependance on women for your own definitions of self? Why do so many of you have to hate/belittle women to maintain your own identity? How is it that a system run by females would disregard males entirely when it isn’t, apparently, trying to destroy them, but our current male-dominated system seems to settle fine with you? Finally – When women gain sufficient power to not feel bound to their current social role – as caretakers and servers – what would split the ‘men’s’ fields from the women’s? Why would infrastructure still be primarily male-based, for… Read more »

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8 years ago

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Mina
Mina
8 years ago

CassMan I know this is an old thread but if you are notified of follow-up comments via email please reach me at mina@udonet.com I would like to discuss your comment about the Global Socio-Economic collapse and how it relates to male/female gender relations. I found your comment extremely insightful and totally in alignment with my beliefs as to where we are today and where we are heading. I have no idea where an email conversation would take us but this is an area that deserves detailed analysis and exploration. I’d love to know if you have done any or know… Read more »

j-from-chicago
j-from-chicago
8 years ago

I ust felt some retarded compulsion to this post. It’s easy to get wrapped up in his energy, someone above was quite acurate when he said it was like religious furvor. The fact is that Romney was a joke. In a way I agree, this ellection has been a watershed moment. The people in government will look and act different from this point on most likely, but in the end it won’t really matter. There won’t be a catastrophic collapse, nor will there be a great economic boom. Things will more or less proceed as they are. But women are… Read more »

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markcsernus
8 years ago

I literally almost cried reading this. Brilliant.

s minter
s minter
8 years ago

Mark Minter is an absolutly insane person. 1st off, we have been divorced for ten years, dont you think it is time to get over it? Secondly, if you Google me or look me up on FB you will get images of me and my current husband. I am 52 – 5’7 and 135 pounds, not quite the pig Mark makes me out to be – and oh yeah – my current husband is 44. On another note, the reason I Show up in Google searches is because I am an energy analyst who travels and gets paid to speak… Read more »

Rollo Tomassi
8 years ago

You’d be more credible if you had a traceable gravatar profile or an IP to consider. Until then you’re just another anonymous commenter.

If you’re going to make claims like this, verification is the least anyone can ask.

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