The War Brides of Europe

(h/t to greyghost for today’s video)

Comment from Kaminsky on Dalrock’s thread:

What I find with that video of the Danish feminist. If there were such a thing as a Master’s Degree in the manosphere, you could show the candidate that video and have him break down all the elements of the female mind displayed. Point by point;

  • Let’s you and him fight
  • Shit-testing
  • Extraordinary lack of accountability
  • Collectivism to the depths of her soul
  • A form of AF/BB…In that men have to be both ends of behavior to meet females’ changing needs. Meek and placid during the forty years of feminist play-acting fun-time, now all of a sudden a different kind of man is needed.
  • Victim/victim convenient duality. Victorious feminists imposed their will and opened borders, now they’re victims and it’s up to men to clean it all up.
  • Equalist/androgynous when it suits whatever need, strong gender roles when it suits whatever need.

So amazing.

“Intractable solipsism” belongs in that list as well.

I apologize in advance if this post comes off as overly dramatic or kicking a hornets’ nest. It’s not my intent to wax poetic, but it will serve a purpose.

I was asked about my take on the current ‘migrant crisis’ in Europe by several Red Pill friends (both online and in person I should add), and how I thought it played into what I’ve written in the past about the War Brides dynamic. As my readers know I never delve into issues of politics, race or religion on this blog unless those issues are directly related to intersexual social and personal dynamics.

So it was with this in mind that I considered connecting the dots between Hypergamy and the War Brides dynamic and what I believe we’re beginning to see now in Europe. However, before I get too deep I thought I’d pick Ms. Thranholm’s interview apart first.

A Schism in the Feminine Imperative

I’ll agree with Kaminsky on his take for the most part; the degree of default entitlement women feel they have to men’s physical protection is glaringly evident, especially coming from ardent feminists, but the side-glance vitriol for European men wearing skirts in protest to the rash of ‘migrants’ raping/harassing European women only highlights feminist duplicity.

Is this rash as widespread as these women are making it? Hard for me to say, but not a day’s gone by since this migration that several ‘incidents’ of these migrant’s sexual assault (assault that would land the average European male in jail or make an American man a sex offender overnight) has been in my Twitter feed. I’ll leave that interpretation up to my readers, however what’s glaringly evident is the duplicity in the reaction strong independent® feminists are having to these assaults.

In the video Thranholm at last drops the feminist boilerplate and makes the concession all feminists (and Red Pill deniers) are loathe to hear – our society has become feminized. I’ve been making this point since the days of my writing on SoSuave; western society has become founded on a feminine social primacy that prioritizes women’s imperatives (Hypergamy) above all other considerations (lead photo NSFW). The fabric of western society from our religions, to our work cultures, to our personal relations, to our educational institutions, to the foundations of our parenting, have been progressively and systematically feminized over the course of 60+ short years.

To have a woman like Thranholm voice this from a visceral, fear based necessity is an indictment of how unignorable this feminization as become. In a similar fashion to how Open Hypergamy and soon Open Cuckoldry are becoming too socially evident to ignore, so too is the fact that an increasing majority of western(ized) men believe that touchy-feely feminized solutions to conflict are their first best alternative to violent, physical, in-your-face conflict resolution.

“This militant feminism that has been going on for decades, now we see the consequences that many men here are brought up to be like women, and to think like women, and be soft-minded.”

Iben explains in no uncertain terms that a lack of conventional, complementary masculine strength is so lacking in Europe that even feminist women are beginning to feel uneasy in the uncertainty that their safety could be insured by average European men. Underneath all of the posturing of strength, feminism still needs “muscle” for its physical defense. When feminism looks to its loyal White Knights for that muscle it finds them dressed in mini-skirts and high heels.

Without missing a beat, scowling feminist interviewer, Anissa Naouai, presents the complete obliviousness of the gravity of the situation women are facing…

“But that is what Europe is about, that is part of the European qualities that the European Union promotes.

[…] “These refugees are coming to Europe, shouldn’t they adapt to that?”

This is a glaring example of the degree of cognitive dissonance that has been cultivated in our feminine-primary social order. The idea that men who wouldn’t recognize that feminine social primacy exist, much less who would entirely ignore it, is so alien a thought that it never enters Anissa’s mind.

An Appeal to Honor

Iben continues and answers Anissa’s question without really realizing it.

“Now we see that these post modern values are just a construction.”

I thought this was interesting when we consider how long we’ve been told the opposite – that the popular concepts of conventional, evolved gender roles are the social construction. However once these ‘post modern values’ are slammed into the harsh conditions of a reality that diametrically contradicts it, then, then it becomes a question of “where have all the cowboys gone?” Now the truth is revealed that it is in fact this post modern, feminized interpretation of gender that is the social construct – and one with potentially disastrous consequences.

“…and now we see that we don’t have any male that can stand up, that can fight, who can fight back those male aggressions that we are feeling. So the vacuum that feminism has created means that women are the victims of those male aggressions”

And now we come to the standard appeal to the Male Catch 22 I described in The Honor System many years ago:

Man Up or Shut Up – The Male Catch 22

One of the primary way’s Honor is used against men is in the feminized perpetuation of traditionally masculine expectations when it’s convenient, while simultaneously expecting egalitarian gender parity when it’s convenient.

For the past 60 years feminization has built in the perfect Catch 22 social convention for anything masculine; The expectation to assume the responsibilities of being a man (Man Up) while at the same time denigrating asserting masculinity as a positive (Shut Up). What ever aspect of maleness that serves the feminine purpose is a man’s masculine responsibility, yet any aspect that disagrees with feminine primacy is labeled Patriarchy and Misogyny.

Perhaps we haven’t reached it quite yet, but we are approaching a social tipping point where the physical necessity of conventional masculinity will outweigh the liability to women in ceding the power that feminine social primacy represents. The need for ‘Man Up’ will outweigh the need for ‘Shut Up‘.

This need for women’s defense predictably gets couched in men’s Burden of Performance, and now that shit’s gotten real we see this dynamic laid bare in women’s shaming of men for not putting themselves bodily between them and an attacker. This is where Iben’s premise, and the sham of the Feminine Imperative’s social engineering, breaks down. And ironically the very idea of a new “male revolution” or supporting conventional masculinity on a social scale is even more appalling to Anissa than the reality of rising potential sexual assaults on women:

“It means that men need to take responsibility to go back to the old male virtues, to defend the women, the children and the culture. Because now this post modern project is dead, it doesn’t work…”

Iben goes on for a bit repeating the same men need to take responsibility for defending women trope in various ways and tries to explain to Anissa in as black and white a way that reality necessitates this. However the real disconnect, the most poignant illustration of feminisms denial of reality comes from Anissa after all of this:

“But the mass rapes shouldn’t be happening in the first place.”

“I’m sorry, uh, what?”

“The mass rape, the violence shouldn’t be happening in the first place. These are guests essentially who Europe has welcomed.

[…] should (women) have to protect themselves against mass rape on their streets at home?”

The utter cognitive dissonance of Anissa with her inability to grasp that these male ‘guests’ (who should be beholden to the Male Catch 22 by default) wouldn’t honor the dictates of feminine primacy is staggering. So much so it even fazes Iben for a moment. However, this disconnect is a textbook example of the sociological and psychological schism that is (or will soon) taking place for European women given their present reality.

I’ll stop here because Iben goes on to reiterate most of her points, and gets in another about the need for complementarity in conventional gender roles, but do watch the whole clip. The point I’m making with this is that there is a coming reckoning that a feminine primary society is beginning to face; post modern feminized gender constructs have fundamentally compromised the security of western culture.

Real Solutions

This then begs the question, what comes as a response to this? As I mention, the typical go-to strategy of the Feminine Imperative is to lean on men’s shame for not taking the masculine responsibility for women’s (and children’s) defense. However the same characteristics that make a conventionally masculine man a good defender are also a liability to women’s sphere of control once all her would-be attackers have been subdued. These are the same characteristic that have been ridiculed, marginalized, denigrated and punished by feminine-centric society for going on 7 decades now.

So what’s the proper response here? No doubt there will be the scorched earth factions who’ll quote us the following:

This city is afraid of me. I have seen its true face. The streets are extended gutters and the gutters are full of blood and when the drains finally scab over, all the vermin will drown. The accumulated filth of all their sex and murder will foam up about their waists and all the whores and politicians will look up and shout “Save us!”… and I’ll whisper “no.”
– Rorschach, Watchmen 2009

If men need to take responsibility to go back to the old male virtues, to defend the women, the children and the culture it needs to come with a reciprocal incentive for men in doing so. Relying on men’s sense of duty to honor only works insofar as women are appreciative and rewarding of it. As it stands now, the average man either blindly believes his honorable action is to be more “soft-minded” in his approach to honor or has absolutely no motivation to risk himself for women who’ve told him they don’t need his “macho bullshit masculinity” for the past 60 years – right up until she’s assaulted or raped in 2016.

For a complementary gender restructuring of society it implies a reciprocal incentive on the part of women; one I don’t see forthcoming even in the desperate tones of Iben and Anissa.

It may be all well and good to let women such as Anissa to burn along with the rest of feminized Europe, however, Iben does make a valid point; if (European) men don’t do something by reassuming conventional masculinity they stand to find themselves in precisely the position I outline in War Brides:

Evolution has largely selected-for human females with a capacity to form psychological schemas that preserve an ego-investment that would otherwise afflict them with debilitating anxiety, guilt, and the stresses that result from being continuously, consciously aware of their own behavioral incongruities. Evolution selects-for solipsistic women who are blissfully unaware of their solipsism.

[…]women’s peripheral environment dictated the need to develop psychological mechanisms to help them survive. It was the women who could make that emotional disconnect when the circumstances necessitated it who survived and lived to breed when their tribe was decimated by a superior force. This is also known as the War Bride dynamic; women develop an empathy with their conquerors by necessity.

Men are the disposable sex, women, the preserved sex. Men would simply die in favor of a superior aggressor, but women would be reserved for breeding. So it served a feminine imperative to evolve an ability to cut former emotional ties more readily (in favor of her new captor) and focus on a more self-important psychology – solipsism.

Now, here is where I’ll step off the diving board and into the theoretical. It’s my purview that a lot of what men would complain are duplicitous acts of indifference towards them are really rooted in this innate feminine solipsism. That’s a bold statement, I realize, but I’d argue that what men take for inconsiderate indifference in a break up or in ruthless shit tests is really a woman tapping into this innate, self-preserving solipsism. Combine hypergamy with the chronically hostile environments of the past and you end up with a modern day feminine solipsism. Add to this an acculturated sense of female entitlement, social conventions that excuse this ‘duplicity’, and a constant misdirection of intent by women themselves, and you come to where we are now. As if that weren’t enough, throw in the element of hypergamy and the countdown in terms of fertility and long term provisioning that a woman must deal with before hitting the imminent Wall, and now you have a fuller picture of the conditions and stresses that necessitate this solipsistic nature.

It seems clear to me that women who align with Anissa’s feminine-primary mindset exhibit exactly this self-preserving solipsism in the subconscious knowledge that the men of their ‘tribe’ have become acculturated into becoming more like women and unable to defend them from a stronger, more conventionally masculine tribe.

Both Iben and Anissa are on either side of this War Brides dynamic, but both also illustrated the other’s solipsistic approach to dealing with it. I don’t claim to have the solution to this circumstance, and perhaps that should be the focus of discussion, but this is exactly the War Brides dynamic I laid out.

Published by Rollo Tomassi

Author of The Rational Male and The Rational Male, Preventive Medicine

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What’s a good way to make your voice louder without sounding shrill?

Always speak from your diaphragm, never from the throat. You can push more air out with the abdominals that way, increasing volume, and still keep the same tone in your voice.

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“I’m beautiful enough to get more attention than I need or want without being a slut.”

There is a great deal of ironic comedy in this statement.

“Chump, this aint about women vs men, not for me. I see this as rape victims vs. people who deny and trivialize rape.”

Because in the ideologically myopic world of your experience, anyone who gives light to false claims is denying and trivializing rape. But it’s exactly the opposite case.

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Actually it is the case. When people are having a debate about rape victims and the problems they go through and someone buts in and starts by saying ‘men are rape victims too!’ and then gives example after example of false rape, says how the majority of rapes may be false, and then says that there is a lot of benefit to faking rape…I’d say (as would most people) that this person is denying and trivializing rape.

And seriously, I am interested why you think like this. Mommy issues alone doesn’t explain it.

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We aren’t having a debate about rape victims and the problems they go through. That isn’t the topic here. But there are tons of places you can have that conversation.

If you wonder why I think the way I do, you haven’t truly read a word I said. I’ve reiterated it again and again.

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Maybe you should show your tits in your photo. People are losing interest.

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Best line in this entire exchange. I have to agree. Emily’s future terms for posting:

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Polish Newsmagazine feature..

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Mayn 900+ comments.. this thread blew up.

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Polish Newsmagazine feature.. my b for the repost.. tag was wrong..

Mayn 900+ comments.. this thread blew up.

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@ludiam0ndz

No tags needed, just throw in a url that ends in an image extension like .jpg or .png

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@sun

I dunno man, I’m still over here white knighting in case we figure out a way to give a blowjob thru the computer screen in the near future.

So

That was totally uncalled for! Chauvinist!

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@Forge

Fine. Show me YOUR tits instead.

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@Forge
Ehhh what?! I thought we were becoming friends eek sad :/

Aaanyway, I thought your post was reasonable. I get your point I suppose, though I will say that we WERE in fact arguing about the number of false rape claims, and that is an important point in this whole rape argument.

“Besides, most of this is just the unfortunate psychological sequelae of trauma than it is specific cultural shaming memes. People tend to blame themselves for bad things that happen to them. It’s not culture, it’s human nature.”

That’s a good point. A+

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If only you were nicer to me Sun, I live near Dallas yknow. I coulda told you where the younguns hang :O

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This has been like observing subjects from behind a one-way mirror to study their behavior. The logical fallacies, solipsism, and FI-shame speaking- fascinating.

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” If only you were nicer to me Sun….”

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wtf????

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@Blaximus

She’s not quite sure what to do with men that aren’t submissive like her cuck.

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@ Sun

Lmao. I see the troof.

Especially the ” : O “.

Pfffftttt. Young chicks ( that have an over inflated sense of self worth, that is ).

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If only you were nicer to me Sun, I live near Dallas yknow. I coulda told you where the younguns hang :O

Told? Not nearly enough with your known history, dearie, you should be offering to be his wing in the college bars just for a start.

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Well, this thread has certainly been illuminating to me. I remember a conversation with YaReally about the college environment and what 20 year olds are “really like today”. I found it hard to believe. Surely he was exaggerating, I told myself. I stand corrected.
I’m surprised that everyone isn’t MGTOW with pickins like this.

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I guess you get that attitude in a population of 80 percent land whales plus social media. Anyone who isn’t obese believes herself to be extra special. When I was at UF this person would have been considered plain, and reality would have give her a much better ‘tude.

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@hank holiday Great work again – remember that “most people overestimate what they can do in a week and underestimate what they can do in a year (of consistent effort)”. Keep this up and you *will* be good. I have the same issue with wingmen when I’m going out – especially during the week. And even if you have wingmen most of them are terrible (and I’m not talking about their seduction skills – more about their vibe and whether you actually want to spend several hours a night with them). Keep trying..try the big city..may want to see if… Read more »

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Yes, exactly Emily.
That is why you’ve had it out for me since you stepped in here. It’s why you’ve asserted how “beautiful” you believe yourself to be, and it’s why you’ve attempted to attention whore with the guys in here whenever you aren’t being combative. Everyone is free to go back and read the hyper-insecure way you conducted yourself when you started here, and hyper-insecure way you are conducting yourself now. Secure people don’t sing their own praises. Other people do that for them.

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Every time I ignore you (after all, it’s likely Rollo will suspend ME if this goes to far, not you), you just have another jab at me. The fact that you are so riled up from what I’ve said just proves how insecure you are. As does your little exchange with Forge when he said I was good at Math.

I’m not remotely insecure. You think I care what some insecure, post-wall woman who was probably never very good looking in the first place thinks about me?

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Just to add, I don’t have a (self photo) gravatar image for two reasons: 1) it’s distracting 2) anonymity When I establish a good rapport I do kind of like to know what a person looks like to attach a name to a face, and then I reveal mine. At one time I had one, but I had to photoshop it with colors because I didn’t want to be recognized. I had another up for one day but it wasn’t photo shopped and I thought better of it and took it down after receiving this message on one of my… Read more »

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I posted the above before that last post.
If I’d read it I wouldn’t have posted that. You are best set to ignore. I’ll let others be the judge.

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I will say this, I respond to your vitriol because (as i’ve mentioned) I have a personal vested interest in this subject matter. Fake claims of sexual assault are ubiquitous and tearing up the military currently…it is a waste of resources and hinders military effectiveness. It’s not about you and your self described “beauty”.

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It’s true though, you just have another jab at me every time I make a post addressing someone else and ignoring you. I’m not too paranoid about anonymity. I’ve got an instagram, twitter, facebook.. Plus y’all know me already thanks to scribbles. The reason I was pissed before was that the photos yall saw were private. As for the rest, it might be true, who knows. Who cares. I’ve noticed that RPW (regardless of how attractive they are) are very insecure about their appearance and about aging. But if you aren’t, good for you. Cool story. Btw, I love Sardinia.… Read more »

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My uncle has a home in Sardinia. smile

“But yes, let’s just stop now yeah?”
Agreed.

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lol. So who won?.

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I don’t know, but I’m really glad to be able to tear myself away and get some shit done now. razz

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@Andy: ” So who won?.”

Geeeeez, just like a man.

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Oh, cool. My family is originally Italian so I’ve been to Italy, and Sardinia, several times.

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@Forge, Thanks for the tip.. Third times the charm..

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So, Emilyslut, when are you going to be Sun Wukong’s wing in the Dallas metroplex college bars? Seems like this weekend would be a good time to start, you might even learn something. Although Dorothy Parker might disagree…

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“Ehhh what?! I thought we were becoming friends”

Damn, thought I was done with the friend zone sad

“That’s a good point. A+”

I see your taste in ideas is improving.

I for one totally ship the idea of Emily winging Sun sometime. That would be epic. Record video.

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lol. So who won?

As with all good cat fights, the audience.

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Hiya Emily, nice to see you again. Fyi, I’m revising my opinion of you as I do think you are earnest and trying to repair yourself, after doing a lot of damage to yourself at a young age. Hint, a bit of humility would go a long way here, as you are about to find out. As an aside, kudos for being able to do a combinatorial equation, lol, most of the men here were doing them before they left high school. A few points in no particular order. Pix – They were not private. They were photos you posted… Read more »

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Woah now, do we have to go there again? Last time I’m explaining this. google plus puts my photos from google photos there. Aint no way to privatize em. only way to do that is go to the settings and click ‘can people see the photos tab on your profile’ and set to off. The way you found them was that you clicked on my profile photo and then clicked on more photos through there. I didn’t know you could do that. But yeah, they were meant to be private. I ended up having to delete the photos and detached… Read more »

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I was fighting with Liz but that’s over

wait, who the fuck won?

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Ohhhh I got it… Badoo used to be called hot or not when I joined. I was never there to date anyone (i wrote that on my profile description i think). Online dating is like… wtf thats weird, for me. Me and a friend just created accounts there as a competition.

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“…Okay.. next. I was raised as a white supremacist.” Lol. a 20 year old pseudo-white supremacist. Hey Em, who’re you bullshitting here? You’re racist. I’ve read you make your innocent, racist comments. You practice a ” soft ” racism. It’s almost sweet and cute. But I will give you props on trying to be more polite this go ’round. If I gave a fuck, I’d chalk up your nonsensical ways to youth, and assume that as you grow, you’d develop wider experiences that may shape you into a decent person. But that probably won’t be the case. Folks like you… Read more »

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“I’m not racist. Some of you are towards muslims . . .”

. . .

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C’mon, kfg, you aren’t seriously expecting a philsophy major to know anything about religion, are you?

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AN, are you not familiar with the Muslimic Race?

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… I mean ” AR “. Jeez, I need coffee

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You practice a ” soft ” racism. It’s almost sweet and cute
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Blaximus,

good call. I use that term to describe Stefan Molonuex’s style of racism. He is smart enough to understand that nobody can make racism “cool”; so instead he uses sophisticated language to try an strip the agency out of it.

In short, he tries to trick people into thinking racism can exist without a racist.

And visa versa.

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Yeah, I know it’s bigotry, not racism. Not much difference in the two really. It’s not like bigots dislike muslims because of their ideas, and won’t discriminate them based on appearance. When my muslim friend who wears a hijab get’s harassed, she’s not getting harassed because of her ideas, but because of how she looks like. I know a Sikh who was harassed because he, in the eyes of uneducated morons, ‘looks’ muslim. It’s very similar to racism, and the ‘oh it’s bigotry, not racism’ is such a meaningless statement.

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“As with all good cat fights, the audience.”

Bwahaha. It’s funny because it’s true!

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It’s very similar to racism, and the ‘oh it’s bigotry, not racism’ is such a meaningless statement.

Right, because words don’t actually have any clear meanings…

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Muslim, Christian, and Buddhist are all well-known genetic traits. You guys would know this if you were modern philosophy majors. Duh.

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@ thwack

Man, I just get tired. It’s not here so much, as it’s everywhere. I turn 55 years old this year and I get a soft comment from a fucking 20 year old spoiled assed brat. Really?

Woooo-Saaahhhhh.

I’m going to go home and relax and watch me some Fox News. maybe drive down to DC to see Scalia lying in State.

It’s not all bad, all the time.

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@emilyy96 Child abuse is worse. Everyone has ‘due process rights.’ I know some feminists want people accused of rape to be ‘guilty until proven innocent’ but that isn’t the case in our legal system. Right… and those due process rights were in-place and worked so well for these guys: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Duke_lacrosse_case http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/11905639/Teenager-falsely-accused-of-rape-commits-suicide.html https://hequal.wordpress.com/2015/10/06/bbc-shows-its-contempt-for-victims-of-false-rape-allegations-yet-again/ http://www.washingtonexaminer.com/man-wrongly-accused-of-rape-finally-released-from-prison/article/2568687 http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3075125/My-son-s-life-ripped-apart-woman-falsely-cried-rape-twice-Police-knew-Oxford-student-fantasist-did-believe-her.html http://www.breitbart.com/big-hollywood/2015/04/27/after-falsely-accusing-an-innocent-man-lena-dunham-is-celebrated-as-a-rape-role-model/ http://nymag.com/daily/intelligencer/2014/12/everything-we-know-uva-rape-case.html Law is not just what is written on books. If it were, it would still be illegal to fornicate in some U.S. states. Law is a combination of legislation and common cultural practices, precedent. Due process is supposed to be a part of both… Read more »

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“I’ve been polite to everyone else here, and you are the only one who seems so bothered as to threaten me (good luck with that by the way.)” You have not been the slightest bit polite to the collective blog here ever since “Never Take a Woman Fishing”. You have been rude and dismissive and collectively we commenters are definitely bothered. You are not blind to that fact are you? (Name a commenter that has respect for your opinions and comments or that has agreed with you whole-heartedly). Good luck swimming against the tide, Emily. Pro tip: it is easier… Read more »

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“Okay.. next. I was raised as a white supremacist.”

That’s fucked up. Its a good thing u found this place. Humans are humans. Skin color, geography, culture… it’s all really meaninglessness once u scratch beneath the surface.

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@ Andy

wassup Bro!!

I know a WS. He doesn’t dance around anything and speaks clearly without ” studies ” and such.

He would only use someone like EM as breeding stock.

She thinks we are hard on her? Lmao, my ws friend would lock her down, literally. No more badoo for her.

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@blax

I honestly don’t think I’ve ever meet a WS. I believe u though. Is your point that u don’t believe her? I haven’t been following too closely.

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Two words sometimes mean the same thing, genius. Or, at least, aren’t particularly distinct. Also, the mockery is quite ridiculous too. You think I don’t know muslims are not a race? So just don’t got nothing so you have to resort to pointless remarks. Point is, a (more or less) white muslim from, say, Russia, or a convert, is unlikely to face too much discrimination, compared to an Arab or indian muslim. Certain people ‘look’ muslim, and face discrimination because of that. In that way it is similar to racism. It’s also similar to racism in that muslims are often… Read more »

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Anyway, would have responded to the rest but i gotta go.

I’ll actually try to not reply on this thread again as I’ll probably get banned if this keeps going on. And I don’t want a repeat of the same shit as before eek

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@ Andy It’s not that I don’t believe her, but WS is a pretty strong term. They aren’t your garden variety racist types. I think she’s confused. Shocker. The WS that I knew was not about ” hate ” as much as he was about the absolute preservation of his race. 2 different things. He believed that there will be a ” race war “, and when that happened, everyone would choose sides and close ranks. He sees himself as a soldier of sorts because he is willing to die in defense of his race. Kind of hard to argue… Read more »

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“But I am over that.”.

Saying that u r over it, wanting to be over it, and actually BEING over it are different things. You just have to be aware of that.

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ISAC recommends that NISC adopt the clarifications presented in this white paper to foster progress for invasive species management in US.

Lookout Em

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Has anybody else been checking the recent comments area to see if yareally, sentient, scray, HABD, or any other really good commenters have posted only to be disappointed that’s it’s just all fucking Emily lol?

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@ Dutch

… it’s magic when the pixie shows up.

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over n princess YAs

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So I was watching The Big Short movie for the second time for me, first time for my wife watching it tonight. The Mark Twain quote above came from the beginning of the movie. This quote was from the end: Mark Baum: “We live in an era of fraud in America. Not just in banking, but in government, education, religion, food, even baseball… What bothers me ins’t that fraud is not nice. Or that fraud is mean. For fifteen thousand years, fraud and short sighted thinking have never, ever worked. Not once. Eventually you get caught, things go south. When… Read more »

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Emilyslut Two words sometimes mean the same thing, genius. Here, philosophy major, let me help you out: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Synonym Also, the mockery is quite ridiculous too. You think I don’t know muslims are not a race? Dearie, I won’t even presume to guess what you don’t know, but I think the library is pretty much full of it. Point is, a (more or less) white muslim from, say, Russia, or a convert, is unlikely to face too much discrimination, compared to an Arab or indian muslim. You mean, like the Caucasian brothers in Boston? Or more like Indonesians? Or maybe more… Read more »

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@ Dutch “Has anybody else been checking the recent comments area to see if yareally, sentient, scray, HABD, or any other really good commenters have posted only to be disappointed that’s it’s just all fucking Emily lol?” You say that comment above as they are more seductive than the married or non PUA based “good commenters” . I got nothing against the PUA guys. I like them a lot. They are all good and PUA skills are fungible with married man game. And most of all they are good commenters: based on The ScribblerG Manifesto that they are engaging an… Read more »

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YaReally has comments on “Warrior Princess” and a link to a yuuge 2 hour video. So no worries.

Emilydearie, Islam is not a “race”. You were, like, totally airheaded to accuse anyone of being “racist” towards Islam whether you know it or not.
You could admit a mistake and move on, or double down, it’s your choice.

But it’s turning out to be our entertainment.

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Let me put Emily to work. What does this mean? In your best college exposition? And from both sides now. Explain from the Fi side and the MI side. Show us you have a clue. Let’s see if you can explicate a thought for us. Or that you care to contribute to a red pill blog Or would you rather go all Joni Mitchell on us now. I’ve looked at clouds from both sides now, from up and down, and still somehow it’s cloud illusions I recall. I really don’t know clouds at all. I’ve looked at love from both… Read more »

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@Em – Civility is all I ask. You did so, good and thank you. But what you didn’t answer is where you see rape culture represented in these comments as you mentioned in an earlier comment. No need to answer, just be clear, that, and your nasty tone with Liz are what had me set consequences for you. You also only dealt with some of my arguments against rape culture existing, ignoring many other points I made. I don’t really care much, but just realize your response was quite insufficient in the face of the argument I made. As for… Read more »

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“YaReally has comments on “Warrior Princess” and a link to a yuuge 2 hour video. So no worries.” No one is worried about YaReally. Unless he disrespects the fuller tribe that respects him immensely. (Disrespect by he shouldn’t give his catty comments about the non PUA guys. And not that he has much showed disrespect, only a slight tendency on non red pill/game comments, and slight annoyance from the married monogamous croud few….in not giving field reports. Or slight disrespect for those that are not getting laid, but are trying hard to masculine self improve. BTW here is a married… Read more »

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@SJF

You obviously have alot of self respect to argue with Emily. Some people have better uses of their time.

“The comments on older essays shouldn’t be annoying, it is water under the bridge and everyone can just scroll.
So, no harm done, so far.”

scrolling through math and replies to emily are annoying

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Scribblerg: “False accusations – I’m going to try to wrap up so here is a link to a site where two very good studies of false accusations of rape are described. http://www.mediaradar.org/research_on_false_rape_allegations.php rather than cite them here and present the deets of them. The short story is that as many as 60% of rape claims in the studies were found to be unfounded and/or false. There are almost no good studies of this phenomena these days because the RadFems in academia have completely clamped down on it being studied carefully. These two studies were deep and involved looking at hundreds… Read more »

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Since we don’t have an edit button, adding one bolded word to one sentence above:
But the women who are doing the accusing often obviously associate no shame at all with very blatant sexual profligacy.

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@ Mersonia

Yes. I have lots of self respect and plenty of free time. I work full time 2 1/2 days a week.I spent a glorious day yesterday farming. (mostly chainsaw work). Then spent a few moments commenting while watching a movie for the second time.

If you are annoyed, there is always the off button on your computer. And the scroll wheel on your mouse. You don’t have to read this shit. And perhaps you could post something insightful or add value and move the dialog along in interesting ways?

No one is forcing you to read old threads.

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There’s a female pilot (yes, a pilot) who expended a great deal of city resources attempting to catch the culprit who “sexually assaulted” her here (she is stationed elsewhere). She’s the one who ripped her own blouse and has a history of claiming the same at other bases. Rumor has it she is working on writing a book.

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Again Liz? Again? How immature are you smh. “The accepted standard (as we’ve seen here) is: “If a woman says she has been raped, she should be believed!” and on the flip side, this requires: “If a man says he didn’t rape someone, he shouldn’t be believed!” I never said either of those things. But I know you have no arguments and are just looking for drama, so carry on. “Is your Dad going to hold back tuition payments or something if you did date a black man?” No. But daddy wants me to marry a white guy, and I… Read more »

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Is anyone else under the impression that I “have no arguments” and am “just looking for drama” in my last two posts above?

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“Man, I just get tired. It’s not here so much, as it’s everywhere. I turn 55 years old this year and I get a soft comment from a fucking 20 year old spoiled assed brat. Really?” –Blaximus —————————————————————————————- I hear you bro. Its really difficult to find a good qualified racist to spar/train with these days. When I first found Chateau Heartiste I thought I died and entered heaven; but after a few rounds I found them to be among the weakest, sorriest, bitch made racists I’d ever met. It was very disappointing because I was always taught you don’t… Read more »

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@Liz

What do you look like?

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I don’t know a graceful way to answer that, thwack. I come to the sphere because I have sons and a huge vested interest in affairs related to gender issues. I’d prefer my ideas rest on merit. That’s what brought me to internet debate in the first place (political and miltiary forums typically).

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The way a woman looks is a yooouuuge part of her merit; are you fat?

what actress or singer do you most resemble?

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Per looks and merit…in reality, sure. On the internet? Not so much. It’s the internet and anyone can claim anything. I’m not in a position to post my photo because of my husband’s occupation. At one point in time, I did for one day and it wasn’t wise. A very savvy computer guy said, this is a mistake mrs liz, and after I switched my gravatar image to a dog he linked to the old photo to show me he could still access it…then he kindly wiped the cache clean after a mild scolding. He also posted a limerick: From… Read more »

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“what actress or singer do you most resemble?”
Lana Del Rey

Liz, you didn’t have to address me again after our conversation concluded. It was quite immature.

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oh no, Liz addressed the queen without permission, now her head has to come off

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Liz, thank you for your answer.

I’ll give you the same suggestion I give my white friends who want to fight racism by dialoguing with black people.

Your job is NOT to insert yourself into the discussion among the victims.

Your job is to run experiments on the suspects and simply report the results back to us.

Thats ALL you should be doing in terms of interacting with us (unless you got nipples that look like the caps on magic markers?)

Don’t make me get all Antonin Scalia on you

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OMFG this is still going on?! Liz, I didn’t mean to imply that you were a misogynist in general before. It’s not a general sort of attitude. But it is an impulse women have that men don’t generally, the difference is mostly in the proportion of other women able to elicit it. I have difficulty imagining you reacting like this to a male commentator. i just am used to girls around 20 acting like this I guess. I don’t really mind. The arrogance is generally a learned facade. As a man, if you cut it away they are yours. See,… Read more »

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‘Lana del Rey’

Welp, can’t un-see that one.

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“I have difficulty imagining you reacting like this to a male commentator.”

I would not because I respect this as a male space. I have been called a rape culture supporter before for my observations and opinion (in non sphere places) by one man (it’s not typical but there is the occasional odd duck), on one occasion. I did not respond to him the same, but then he had a bit more class than to assert that I was an ugly, poor, old, and only held the opinion I did because I was jealous of him.

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Wow, this one is going to go over a thousand comments.

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Woo Hooooo … only 7 more to go!

Anyways, to get back on topic to the original blog post:

Does anyone think Europe is toast?

Can they pull themselves out of this, or have they so lost their mojo that they’re going be swamped by the raging, ZFG muslim hordes?

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“Does anyone think Europe is toast?”

Boris Johnson has sniffed the wind and today came out in favor of Britain leaving the EU.

Angela Merkel is starting to get triggered by the sight of lampposts.

It’s all balanced on the razor’s edge at the moment.

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>Angela Merkel is starting to get triggered by the sight of lampposts. I think she can probably see the writing on the wall. The Bavarian stste government pressured her administration last fall by threatening to mount a constituiponal challeng to the federal govt’s immigration policy https://www.rt.com/news/318160-bavaria-sue-german-government/ and then just a couple of weeks ago, a group of lawyers actually filed a lawsuit against the federal government in Karlsruhe http://www.spiegel.de/politik/deutschland/fluechtlinge-zurueckweisung-an-der-grenze-laut-bundesregierung-zulaessig-a-1073404.html The article is in German, maybe there’s an English summary simewhere, but basically, the hook the guys are using to give themselves standing is that they were deprived of their right… Read more »

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Shit, I just did a search on migrant sexual assault and came up with this compilation. What you don’t get to see on this side of the Atlantic is just how MUCH sexual assault is happening in Europe.

Another guy announcing that the emperor has no clothes.

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There’s this:

http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/world-news/crowd-cheers-germany-migrant-hostel-7413632

Emilyslut, don’t you think you’ve dug your hole of ignorance deep enough now? Islam is not a race. Period.

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“‘Lana del Rey’
Welp, can’t un-see that one.”

Cmon! Don’t pretend you don’t see the resemblance smile razz

Europe’s main problem is that they have rejected Christianity, and thus lost the core part of their culture. If they had a strong culture and religion, muslims and other immigrants wouldn’t be able to influence their countries like they do. Actually, they probably wouldn’t even be there in such great numbers, because Europe wouldn’t have to accept as many immigrants as they do if they had higher birth rates.

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aaaaaand 1000! Booyah.

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