Dangerous Times – Part 1

We live in a very dangerous age for men. The Blue Pill is even more of a liability today than it was in times past, because we live in an era that encourages men going all-in in their life’s investment in that conditioning.

Welcome to the #MeToo era. What we’re experiencing in our social environment today is a sea change in intersexual dynamics. The underlying fundamentals haven’t changed; our evolved natures and the latent purposes that are driven by them haven’t shifted, but the social dynamics and sexual acculturation that serve as checks and balances on them has drastically shifted, and in a very short time. While you could make an argument for an idealized free love era that took place right after the Sexual Revolution, now we find ourselves in a time that is so calculating in its design on intersexual social dynamics that it makes the late 60s seem romantically naive.

Back in October of 2014 I wrote a post called Yes Means Fear. This essay was a response to the, at that time new, Yes Means Yes sexual consent legislature that was being instituted on California university campuses. Dalrock had written similar essays regarding this latest form of sexual consent aptly titled The Sexual Revolution’s Arab Spring and Making the World Safe for Promiscuous Women. It may take you a while to review these posts, but please read these and skim the comments to get a gist of the conversations we had going on just three years ago.

One of these comments was the inimitable Deti:

At the end of the day, college women (soon all women) will be able to use the “lack of consent” law/policy as a weapon against undesirable men to do the following:

1. Weed out and eliminate unattractive men by chilling their conduct

2. Making even the most innocuous sexual conduct (i.e. approaching, asking for dates) so dangerous that the only men who will engage in the SMP are attractive men with proven successful sexual track records who will never get reported for doing anything “untoward”; thus ensuring that only attractive men will approach them for dates and sex

3. Giving women more power over the SMP so even unattractive women can use and select men for alpha fux; then have the sole ability to pursue and select men for beta bux when they see fit.

Open hypergamy. It will be “we women are going to do this, and if you want sex, you’ll do it our way, and there’s not a damn thing you can do about it.”

Deti posted this comment on October 15th, 2014. The inter-blog debate then (at places like the now defunct Hooking Up Smart) was that Yes Means Yes was solely meant as a firm response to the supposed on-campus rape /sex assault panic that was being circulated in the mainstream media at the time. From the Red Pill perspective, we saw what potential this legislation represented to what would later become a societal scale institution.

Of course, they called us reactionaries, called us ‘rape apologists’ for simply pointing out all the ways this legislation would be expanded to a societal scale. They said we were exaggerating when we illustrated that, even for long-married couples, there would need to be a check list of approved acts of intimacy for each and every act performed, and men would need some form of hard evidence to prove that consent had indeed been granted.

The new California college/university sexual assault policy requires the following:

“An affirmative consent standard in the determination of whether consent was given by both parties to sexual activity. “Affirmative consent” means affirmative, conscious, and voluntary agreement to engage in sexual activity. It is the responsibility of each person involved in the sexual activity to ensure that he or she has the affirmative consent of the other or others to engage in the sexual activity. Lack of protest or resistance does not mean consent, nor does silence mean consent. Affirmative consent must be ongoing throughout a sexual activity and can be revoked at any time. The existence of a dating relationship between the persons involved, or the fact of past sexual relations between them, should never by itself be assumed to be an indicator of consent.”

There was sex, which is clearly “sexual activity.” The question then becomes whether there was “affirmative consent”. In order for there not be consent, the woman would have had to show affirmative conscious and voluntary agreement to engage in sex with the man. It is the man’s responsibility to make sure he had that consent. She had to manifest, verbally or nonverbally, consent to it.

Silence doesn’t mean consent. Her not resisting or saying “no, please stop” doesn’t constitute “affirmative consent”. So really, the only way to make sure that consent is present is for the man to continue asking her throughout the encounter: “Is this OK? Can I keep doing this? Is this thrust OK with you? Is THIS thrust OK? Can I thrust again? How about this one? Can I keep going? Do you want me to stop?”

If that did NOT happen, if the man did not get EXPRESS, VERBAL statements that he could continue, then yes, there was sexual assault.

The way this plays out in situations like this is that verbal consent is REQUIRED. She cannot manifest “ongoing” “affirmative consent” any other way. That’s because of the way the law is written. Lack of protest is not consent. Lack of resistance is not consent. Silence is not consent. Thus, a wife, just lying there, starfishing it, giving duty sex to her husband, is putting him in jeopardy, because she is not manifesting “ongoing” “affirmative consent”.

All of that they said was ridiculous. Women would never be so petty as to make a man ask permission for, nor hold him accountable for, sex that she wanted to have with him. Furthermore, this ruling was only meant to curb campus assault; any extrapolating to a larger societal norm, we were told, was just us Red Pill men and their insecurities about the intentions of women and sex. If we’d Just Get It we’ll have no problems.

We were told it was limited to penis-in-vagina sex only. We were told it was just in cases of “drunken sex”. All of these proved false. This law was intended to govern, regulate and control every single sexual interaction between a man and a woman. This law is intended to require a man to get express consent at every single step of the process, from initial touch to banging. This law is intended to chill all male sexual conduct. This law by its very terms requires express consent for every sexual act, starting with kino.

The goal of feminism is to remove all constraints on female sexuality while maximally restricting male sexuality – Heartiste

A World of Fear

When I wrote Yes Means Fear (also 3 years ago) it was initially in response to an article by Ezra Klein, Yes Means Yes is a terrible law, and I support it completely. This reads through as bad as any gender related article on Vox, but Klein’s salient point was summed up in one sentence.

To work, “Yes Means Yes” needs to create a world where men are afraid.

I’m reasonably sure Ezra was aware of the larger scope – larger than just California college campuses – that his giddy Beta love of a world where men would be afraid to so much as approach a woman would lead to. But now we find ourselves here in his idealized sexual marketplace founded on men fearing to interact with women at the risk of losing everything. At the risk of being Zeroed Out. Today, just three years later, we’re experiencing the #metoo moral panic based exactly in the fear Ezra said would serve us so well. Ezra must be proud that the gold rush hysteria of sexual misconduct allegations any and every woman (who ‘might’ have ever felt an accidental hip brush 50 years ago) feels entitled to is the result of this cleansing fear he loved so much. Unless he’s defending allegations himself of course.

If you go before the college board and say that the woman accusing you of assault simply doesn’t remember that she said yes because she was so drunk, then you’ve already lost.

Gone is the college board now in favor of the popular court of social justice – the court that condemns a man for even the suspicion of an allegation of sexual misconduct. Gone too is part of women’s remembering the pretense of a sexual encounter. Whether a woman was drunk and doesn’t remember the details, or if she conveniently recalls them 40-50 years after the fact is immaterial. The operative point is that we always believe any and every allegation of rape or misconduct a woman brings forward.

Articles of Belief

Shortly after I wrote Yes Means Fear I wrote Hysteria, an essay intended to address the disgraceful (now thoroughly proven) UVA fraternity rape hoax story written by Sabrina Erdley and published by a complicit Rolling Stone Magazine. Just daring to question the validity of so outrageous a rape account was heresy to women back then. Bear in mind this took place after the Yes Means Yes consent ruling in California. At this time, just to question the story of a woman’s rape account was enough to earn you the title of ‘rape apologist’. But moreover, we were popularly expected to repeat this mantra and always accept a woman’s account as infallibly true:

“No matter what Jackie said, we should automatically believe rape claims.” http://t.co/3HFlXR7jme True insanity pic.twitter.com/AFXIyn32FS

This was the sentiment (now deleted) tweeted by Zerlina Maxwell on December 6th, 2014. Since then this meme that anything a woman had to say about sexual assault must be believed by default has snowballed into a default belief that anything a woman alleges against a man must also be believed. Whereas a male college student might stand in front of his kangaroo court at a university, now men must stand in front of the kangaroo court of public opinion where a woman’s word outweighs all pretense of due process. That college kid is now the average man who must prove his innocence because if a woman alleges it due process is reversed.

What we’ve witnessed in just 3 years is the systematic removal of a man’s right to habeas corpus with regard to women’s allegations.

And I expect that this removal will extend to much more than just women’s believability in regard to sexual misconduct. Imagine a culture where it’s expected that anything a woman accuses her ex of is to be believed in divorce proceedings.

We’re now seeing exactly what myself, Deti, Dalrock and countless other Red Pill bloggers and commenters predicted would happen, but it’s also so much more that what we could see coming. In just 3 years Yes Means Yes moved off the campus and into mainstream culture; a culture predicated on female social primacy. In a feminine-primary social order even “affirmative consent” isn’t enough – “enthusiastic consent” must now be established and maintained. That “enthusiastic consent” is a new ambiguously defined terminology, and part of the larger narrative meant to further confuse and instill fear in men.

Last week Novaseeker, once again, had a terrific comment that illustrates what consent has come to today.

Yep, that’s the newest goalpost move.

We went from No means No (which meant that if she doesn’t say no, it’s on … which pretty much is the basic human mating script) to “affirmative consent” (“may I kiss you now” … “may I lick your breast now?”, etc., per the “rules” required before any physical contact *and* at “each stage of escalation”). Very few people actually follow affirmative consent, as we know, but it’s the rule at most colleges and universities. It isn’t the legal rule for rape, in terms of determining what was “consensual”, currently, but the FI is working on that, believe me.

Now, we have the goalposts moving even further along, from “affirmative consent” to “enthusiastic consent” — which means that if her consent is even verbally expressed, but isn’t clearly enthusiastic, then it isn’t “reliable as consent” because it could be the result of “pressure”, and if the consent “was real, it would be expressed enthusiastically, because when people really are consenting to sex, they’re always enthusiastic about it”. So essentially the standard they are pushing now (and which is getting rolled out on campuses right now) is that if the girl isn’t jumping your bones and begging for your cock, it’s rape/assault. Of course, again, not the legal standard, but that doesn’t matter that much — as we can all see what is happening right now is that the legal standard is being marginalized, because people can be destroyed in our media saturated environment without any involvement of the legal system at all, and the standards that apply in that extra-legal environment are the ones that the FI wants to apply, whether the legal system applies them or not.

There are a few ways to look at this, but one obvious one is that this is a way for the FI to tighten the screws on betas. Very little sex that betas have, if any, is “enthusiastic consent sex”. Everyone knows this. Under this standard, basically all sex with betas is rape. That’s the intention.

And thus we come full circle to the latent purpose of legislating Hypergamy that I’ve continually repeated in many essays. It is Roissy’s maxim of feminism: The end goal of feminism is to remove all constraints on female sexuality while maximally restricting male sexuality.

Recently I found myself in a Twitter war on a story by CBS Los Angeles asking whether it was still OK for men to hug women. I used the cartoon I posted in The Creep 2 to illustrate my bigger point:

And of course the feminist tropes (from men and women) and the point & sputter ad hominem attacks flowed from there. However, this rage is precisely what I would expect from women who are now coming into a default expectation (entitlement) of all men to ‘Just Get It‘.

Only in this instance it is Blue Pill, Beta men who should know better than to approach a woman below their (self-perceived) sexual market value. Those men, the lesser men that her social media overinflated sense of SMV has convinced her are beneath her attraction floor should ‘just get it’ that they shouldn’t be flirtatious or even too friendly with her or risk the punishment of an allegation that might be his zeroing out. The Beta man who doesn’t ‘get it’ is an insult to her self-worth and deserving of an optimized Hypergamy.

In the next post I’ll be exploring the ramifications of the “enthusiastic consent” concept and how even consensual-but-unwanted sex and “duty sex” will be the next chapter in marital rape. I’ll also be detailing the the “Cat Persons” story that’s been making the rounds this week.

Published by Rollo Tomassi

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

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Albert,

You say you get it. I believe you.

Again I don’t know much about you. Perhaps you’d give us a couple FRs of your intersexual dynamics style.

That’d clear thing up real quick.

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“Albert” to kfg You have created your own belief system of how reality functions; your own version of “the truth”, so now someone comes along and presents a different interpretation, leaving you with the following choices: A) Accept that your model of reality was mistaken B) Reject the conflicting interpretation as superstition, by labelling it “the other” invalidating the claim C) Take out the individual who is making such claims, D) Synthesize and update your understanding of reality The irony is strong in this one. Recall that “Albert” previously trolled these comments in order to obtain text to “analyze” for… Read more »

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EhIntellect
Perhaps you’d give us a couple FRs

“Albert” doesn’t do that, for some reason.

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He may wind up as a case study subject in Acta Neuropathologica.

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http://grumpyoldfan.net/wp-content/uploads/2013/01/download.jpg

Big Dunc scans the comments and says ‘Wot!!!??? Ga ahn then!”

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but really… watching Everton v United

miss these two…

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Game is very different today…

http://i.telegraph.co.uk/multimedia/archive/01763/duncan-ferguson_1763799i.jpg

http://c1.thejournal.ie/media/2013/04/tumblr_ma8hlbcfxe1rz1nmdo1_500.jpg

and that’s not a good thing…

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I guess hardmen only exist now in hockey…

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@rugby Powerful stuff! In these links, thus dangerously we live! Our family bonds are what shapes us in more way’s we can even express. I am particular fond of Robert Saposlky’s take on the whole nature/nurture debate and how it interlinks in all complicated sort of ways. ht tps:/ /w ww.nature.co m/artic les/544294a?WT.mc_id=GPL_NatureNews Those lectures on YouTube were a pleasure to watch, hope i find the time to rewatch them now after I have read the book. @boulderhead ” The use of concepts like FI, BP, beta, SJW, feminist etc. are ways to identify the byproducts of the female hive… Read more »

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@AR “Recall that “Albert” previously trolled these comments in order to obtain text to “analyze” for some sort of school project? The spring term is about to begin…” I think you mean this: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1O4qXq5BF0tN5BOEIVDzSG9_RbshUdGMjpAAsrkVPyII/edit It’s still work in progress, the data material can be found here: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1diCzjO8BATLC3Nw2IhZ_UiS991GKd452-3s2VUcA8Eo/edit If you want to check my coding, this can be found here: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1R-pSQq0Lxc6E0KwYExsqxVIs_4ZerRgwSmBFcqnxHWY/edit I am looking forward to your feedback and constructive criticism of the analysis of this epistemic community that is this blog. “Albert” doesn’t do that, for some reason.” To tell you my honest opinion, I don’t feel I have yet… Read more »

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“I have a tendency to get carried away by the argument…” Ya think? Thanks for pointing out the obvious and tipping your haughty hand, egghead. Know what? I think I can speak for many: Men are not the sum of your ideas, thoughts, words. You all together see your value primarily in your intellect and not your heart, feelings. That is why people don’t understand you. Youre as solipsistic as any woman, IMO. How’s that feminine affiliation going for you? I seriously think your a bot. Your words are mechanical, you’d excel at writing technical manuals, gender neutral, devoid of… Read more »

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@ Sentient

Thank you for those soccer pics.

I’ve been bummed ever since Gronk’s cheap shot on TreDavious White.

I liked his ZFG attitude til that.

Gronks little dance before the shot was odd. Panicking in frustration and losing self control?

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Lab Rats,Kiss my ass Albert you are a fn pain the ass that is pushing the bar of higher education hoping for your own treat.

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I was a college brat,privy to the rat lab, seeing the electrode posts in their heads was disturbing.
Albert you are pavlovs dog.

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@EhI & boulderhead

Thanks fornthe feedback, much appreciated!

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Albert go fuck yourself bitch!

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Albert has a severe inability to socially calibrate. I’m not surprised he’s MGTOW. Albert has been drawing targets around his arrows for so long he’s burned through his meat and flesh friends. Only online can he find a forum for drivel, for a while. His toxic personality lasted a week online, imagine how quickly he’ll fuck up a real relationship. Rather than be better he force fits his overwrought ideas onto new victims. Definition of gamma. Utterly committed to his unworkable position. Like Mitch, when one guy says Albert’s out of line, is he? Maybe. When everyone, including the Godfather,… Read more »

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More riffing about Albert: You are still buffering your childhood fears of amorality in the world. Red Pill is Amoral. Each man decides what is best for him and what he wants. There are no rigid molds for any one man’s lifestyle or relationships–short term or long term. You get to choose and you should choose appropriately. To not choose is a choice, too. But only a fool utilizes the latter. There will always be immoral people and people that are cruel to your desires and wants. To weep over Germany starting to wars is childish. It is water under… Read more »

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Did you read this?

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1O4qXq5BF0tN5BOEIVDzSG9_RbshUdGMjpAAsrkVPyII/edit

“v. The originality of your work
The work is original as it is produced with the ‘labrats’, that gradually accepted the author into their dominance hierarchy and that the article “walked the talk” meaning that the article organically grew from the moral economy that it is analysing. The authors DO NOT know each other, other than by their online handle.”

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What a pain in the ass!

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Or this Rollo? https://docs.google.com/document/d/1diCzjO8BATLC3Nw2IhZ_UiS991GKd452-3s2VUcA8Eo/edit “all comments can be found at: https://therationalmale.com/2017/09/22/the-lie-of-equality/ Table 1. analytical senisitising issues that were used in the discourse analysis of the data material The findings reveal that online male dominance hirachies function to similar mechanisms as normal male hirachies (military, manufacturing or prision). The use of in jokes, mastery of the nomenclature, ability to succinctly express a point, strategic shaming and ‘amused mastery’ all became (male) social language markers (ques) for the members to identify their rank within the moral economy. Such male social language markers would be ‘politically incorrect’, ‘hate speech’, ‘misogony’ or otherwise ‘offensive’… Read more »

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“Moral Economy”. Hell of an oxymoron there.

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@boulderhead “What a pain in the ass!” LOL, his gmail address at the end of that link you posted is as if he is incorporated as a life coach. Good luck with that, his clients. He whines about male methods of communication. Every time I am greeted by a male friend with a shit test as an initial greeting? It makes me more Anti-fragile. I welcome it and want to use it to my advantage. Male methods of communication were evolutionary. They were meant to enforce getting something done. Girly methods of communication are meant as a way to feel… Read more »

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@Albert

You’ve read Anthem?

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@SJF

Yup.

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I had a Eureka! moment…I was thinking about the incident where I was dancing with a girl and she put my hands on her boobs…I felt awkward because it was a PDA…vulnerable because some people who don’t like me have met my wife and might cause trouble for me…but none of that matters…I was trying to figure out a way for girls to be more discreet…when they want sexual attention to say, “It’s noisy here…could we go somewhere where we can talk?”…but the girl was squealing pretty much the whole time we were dancing…squealing or giggling are signs that girls… Read more »

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Happy new 2018 to all. Success and joy.

I would not think trying to analyze through stuff like mental point of origin as opposed to solipsism as justification to self or others one’s ego investment into egalitarianism (whatever). I think it is just an attempt to see the devil in oneself the devil they see in others. It is healthy for some.

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Blogsite as lab for placing the monkeys on the hierarchical ladder; very creative. So with offensive language being the entry requirement, I guess am in.

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Oooh oooh oooh!

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At the large international company I slave for, the CEO has this inspiring snippet to start the new year:

“I, like many, applaud those women in 2017 who have created a loud voice against the sexual harassment and bad behaviour that too many have experienced, whether related to the workplace or not.” – W. Knight, BP

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inspiring snippet to start the new year:

Forgotten as soon as read due to losing attitude.

This one stays around, because a winning attitude is timeless –

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Eyes Wide Shut (2018) “Men show up only if directly invited by the host, and they can often bring as many women as they want, but guys can’t come along as plus-ones. (That would upset the preferred gender ratio.) Invitations are shared via word of mouth, Facebook, Snapchat (perfect, because messages soon disappear), or even basic Paperless Post. Nothing in the wording screams “sex party” or “cuddle puddle,” in case the invitation gets forwarded or someone takes a screenshot. Besides, there’s no need to spell things out; the guests on the list understand just what kind of party this is.… Read more »

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Can’t believe I just turned on the radio at random and there’s Rollo trying to explain SMV to a general audience

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… And frame

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“Women too will spread the word among their female friends, and the expectations are hardly hidden.”

I’ve never been to a sex party, so this is all conjecture.

Every time I read as sex party review or scoop article, it’s a bunch or thirsty guys and meh women.

It’s silicon valley hype. Why work so hard to get laid?

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… The Rollo segment’s over, wonder if the interview will draw any calls in the next hour

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@Rollo You deleted the Joe Rogan article, and didn’t post the anticipated DANGEROUS TIMES PART 2!

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“They might say, ‘Do you want to come to this really exclusive hot party? The theme is bondage,’ ” one female entrepreneur told me. “ ‘It’s at this V.C. or founder’s house and he asked me to invite you.’ ”

Lol, more desperate rich betas and gammas using money and industry power as buffers. Losers again.

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Re: the above vanity fair orgy.

It rings of overt dog sexuality and lacks covert cat eroticism. Transparency=zero mystery=fail.

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“They might say, ‘Do you want to come to this really exclusive hot party? The theme is bondage,’ ” one female entrepreneur told me. “ ‘It’s at this V.C. or founder’s house and he asked me to invite you.’ ”

LOL, money “game” again? They should invite Harvey Weinstein’s potted plants too…

Coming up: #MeeToo, Silicon Valley version.

Vanity Fair “secrets”, snicker.

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Lol, more desperate rich betas and gammas using money and industry power as buffers. Losers again.

Bingo. San Jose law firms will be hiring an entire call center….

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“If Joe called me out of the blue and asked me on I’d go, but I’m not gonna pursue him.”

Good policy.

Similar: Having to show up for an award presentation. Either you’ve earned it or not.

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EhIntellect:
Exactly. The first rule of FIght Club is not to talk about Fight Club…and the first rule of any Secret Society might just be….

So who gets the videos, I wonder? Hefner apparently had an extensive file of films dating back to the 60’s…

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Thanks for the podcast. Good plan on Joe Rogan.

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It’s the rapid volumes of roboticly unemotional text that got me wondering.

Only SJF could compose that much, so quickly and remain humanoid.

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You have to give Albert credit for sheer word quantity. If a bot, she might be a fully accredited academic bot, being able to use one hundred words everywhere ten would do.

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if not a bot, then a so-called academic comes to TRM and thru direct interactions and instigations, proceeds to collect ‘data’ for some sort of research; probably some abomination of part troll, part FI shill and part grad student looking for notoriety when I consider the heavyweight shit dealt with on this site — suicides, loss of family/wife/hope, the decline of civilization, bitcoin, etc — it seems tremendously unethical to come here and intentionally disrupt the possible life-saving efforts of those on this site it’s similar to the delicacy of human drug trials… you can’t not give someone life-saving medicine… Read more »

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I don’t think he/she was a bot. Just a Blue Pill dick. Doesn’t matter. Thanks for banning it.

Back in September Albert’s pressure of speech was a so obvious display of the manic phase of bi-polar disorder (that he admitted to having or was accused of having by others and he denied it.) I’m unconvinced a bot program can be programmed for manic phase. They are usually robotically indifferent and just toying. That Albert was on a mission to change mostly himself. And he failed miserably.

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Great CEO speech, a true consensus manager with an understanding of CYA?

Or just another blue pill putts?

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@Rollo “Not a podcast, that was live radio in 65 markets.” Good job with the time constraints on live radio. Great leading questions by Pat, good concise answers from you. I find it important because you going on that live radio show can direct some attention of the radio market for some of those guys to investigate your work. If you hook someone and they get in to it, it can change male lives. I hope you don’t mind if I reiterate a comment I made under the Joe Rogan post in a different context. (Speaking of composing so much.… Read more »

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“That Albert was on a mission to change mostly himself. And he failed miserably.”

Good observation.

Although he wouldn’t admit it, this is an underlying mission for most psych students.

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“I can’t think of a damned thing it made of any difference for the worse.” Shit, my wife and children and my daughter’s future husband are so much better off for my Reconstruction. They just don’t know it. ‘Cause it’s expected of me. And I don’t mind that burden of performance. At all. I like that they benefit from their association with me. I love associating with them in a Red Pill fashion. Reminds me of Goldmund Unleashed’s recent post in which he had 80% one star reviews for his Photography as Game book on Amazon. And 20% five star… Read more »

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sjf – you’re too generous

‘A’ was nothing more than a self-important prick only out to advance his outward self, which is what he thinks is most important; some of this manifests in looking for validation from a multitude of sources (TRM, academia); this is why the smell of try-hard was so strong

any latent/subconscious motivations to actual self improvement or learning and understanding are commandeered by the *perception* of his improvement, and that can take many forms, including an advanced degree

just a loser masquerading as something else

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@Dr Zipper

After I posted that, I realized it sounded off and wrong. And your interpretation is totally spot on. Good observation. Thanks.

It was perhaps a lesson on what not to do in taking the Red Pill. It is a frequent rookie mistake repeated over and over. I.e fake swallowing the Red Pill and then taking a lot of Bufferings.

Once again, Rollo only moderates Spam. And that was Spam.

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head of boulders – dunno much of anything about the CEO, don’t care; just passing along an observation about the missive he sent and that part stuck out as an afterthought to include; everything else was about business goals, strategies, etc… ya know, business stuff, not social engineering stuff

is he clever protector of the public company’s interests? that’s still putting corporate desires ahead of the general best interests of humanity and for that, fuck him

whether he’s personally BP or RP, the result is the same

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“Although he wouldn’t admit it, this is an underlying mission for most psych students.”

And it’s the mission of most humanities professors to make psych students hide out in academia.

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A bot that can conversationally and appropriately reference Turd Flinging Monkey would be impressive. I’ll put my money on just another broken East German sociologist. They can be hard to tell from a bot.

But the pages and pages of repeated copypaste “Look, children, here’s how you tie your own shoes” was certainly spam.

Goes along with the emphasis on “communication” though. People like that believe that if you don’t nod your head at what they’re saying that you didn’t understand it.

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I’ll put my money on just another broken East German sociologist.

That is something to take into consideration. By Albert’s own testimony, he or she spent the first 15 formative years in the country where nearly everything is verboten, and you don’t cross the pedestrian walk against the light no matter that there is no traffic.

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All this shit about Albert is just wanking. Fucking talk about something worthwhile.

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I did something really cool this weekend and nobody rejoiced with me. And I had a Eureka moment, besides. Wtf?

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Don’t forget that “enthusiastic consent” may be revised retrospectively by the woman. Gotta chuckle.

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So, what options are there for men, between gambling with marriage, MGTOW, incel…?
How about false gay marriage? Two men with a close emotional non sexual bond could get married, adopt children or get a surrogate mother to bear their own, and be AF. Not optimal but better than becoming a BB for a post wall CC rider, IMHO

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The Futurist predicted the misandry bubble would burst around 2020. So your estimation is likely correct.

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Goes along with the emphasis on “communication” though. People like that believe that if you don’t nod your head at what they’re saying that you didn’t understand it. Dot type Indians, right off the boat, bobble their head side to side, rather than nodding forward, when they are in discussion with you. In their culture, that is faking like they agree with you. It is somewhat unnerving to western red-pill men. I can’t vouch for how blue pill manginas take it. Sundar Pichai, so glad Google fired Damore: “The crux of Damore’s memo was that Google’s diversity efforts are misplaced,… Read more »

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Proof #MeToo in the US is simply Vengeance against all men:

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5581989/Hillary-Clinton-takes-credit-MeToo-movement-despite-close-ties-Harvey-Weinstein.html

The crime?
Electing a male president.

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Dot type Indians??? Boat? Wtf?😂😂😂
Jesus.

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1.3 billion people distilled down to ” dot type “.

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“Dot type Indians??? Boat? Wtf?😂😂😂
Jesus.

1.3 billion people distilled down to ” dot type “.

Is it because I’m white?

https://youtu.be/JRGC-5LjJ2M

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Not all Indians Blaximus. I specifically meant those that just emigrated in the last couple years from their culture. It’s an observable facet of their culture. If you don’t believe me: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Head_bobble The head bobble, or Indian head shake refers to a common gesture found in South Asian cultures, most notably in India. The motion usually consists of a side-to-side tilting of the head in arcs along the coronal plane. A form of nonverbal communication, it may mean “Yes”, “Good”, “OK” or “I understand”, depending on the context. In India the gesture is common in certain parts, especially in Maharashtra,… Read more »

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Blax. It’s Friday. C’mon. Love brother!

Btw: India is, by some, the most racist country on this planet with a penchant for black hatred specifically.

https://businesstech.co.za/news/lifestyle/116644/the-most-racist-countries-in-the-world/

Scroll down a bit for the list.

https://www-m.cnn.com/2017/03/31/africa/racism-africans-india-photgrapher/index.html

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I noticed one country isn’t listed within.

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@Rollo Deep and interesting a real page turner. The implications of trying to evolve to fast beyond instinct with social convention,causing low T and lack of initiative in todays male youth? The behaviors that are being demonized stem from male instinct,when the female follows instinct she is lauded or excused as just being a girl, even to the point of her acting out traditional male instinctive action? In the real world reason trumps both instinct and emotion, in the Fem Prime SO emotion trumps all in spades? Hence an upside down dominance hierarchy? Note that dogs even with a strong… Read more »

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If anyone reading these articles commenting on the politics involved wants to be able to see through “The Veil”, then you need to read the chapter on feminism in Kevin MacDonald’s book, “A Culture of Critique”.

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