Good Humans

As was expected this week, there’s been an extensive and eager effort on the part our feminine-primary social order to once again further shifting the narrative of “toxic” masculinity to ‘masculinity is toxic. I addressed this in Male Control. Directly after the Las Vegas mass shooting we began to see articles from the femosphere decrying the evils of masculinity as being the cause of the violence.

It is no longer enough to foster the falsehood of varieties of masculinity as being “toxic” or “hyper”– now, any masculinity is a disease to society. The Feminine Imperative is all too ready to conflate any semblance of conventional masculinity with mass murder, rape, violence, harassment and any other social malaise that might viably be wiped off on men ‘being’ men. And in the wake of every new tragic act of violence this narrative shift will be more adamantly promoted by misandrist authors.

I covered a lot of this in Positive Masculinity and the Red Pill Parent series of essays, but even when I wrote these the cultural narrative was still promoting a distinction between what was acceptable masculinity and what was ‘toxic’ masculinity. This is what the Village has been instilling in our boys for some time now. Before the loss of Hillary Clinton and the Future is Female militancy took root there was some concession as to what might be considered an acceptable form of masculinity.

Naturally that ‘good’ masculinity was always defined as something uniquely benefitting the feminine. Before this cultural shift the Feminine Imperative still recognized the need it had for a masculinity that could be exploited for its purposes. There was still a need for men to Man Up and Shut Up. To be sure, boys were (and are) still taught by the Village as if they were defective girls. Boys had to be conditioned to hate their own gender in order to grow up into compliant and feminine-identifying men, but there was still a utility in masculinity that the Village recognized. Thus, there was a need to foster some kind of hopeful appreciation in men ‘being of service’ to women’s needs. There still needed to be a carrot for the mule to follow if men were to accept the old books social contract and that was the hope that their usefulness might ever be appreciated and rewarded.

The ‘Broken Boys’

Selling men on the old social contract while playing by the new set of rules worked for the Feminine Imperative throughout the late 80s, 90s and the early 2000s. However, what this narrative shift represents is a turning point in women acknowledging men as no longer (as) useful to their imperative. By 2012 it was the beginning of the End of Men, and there was little doubt, even back then, that we’d have the First Female President in office right after Obama’s exit. In the wake of that obsolescence the idea that masculinity was in any way beneficial to the Feminine Imperative, and maintaining the facade that masculinity in men might have some redeeming aspects, is no longer necessary. The feminine meta-frame has no reason to prompt men into believing their gender has anything ‘good’ to contribute to society. And thus we see the shift from qualified forms of ‘bad’ masculinity – toxic, hyper, Patriarchy, “culture of ____” – to the intended, non-qualified form of all masculinity being bad.

For the moment gyonocentrism must content itself to capitalize on human tragedies to emphasize its new masculinity = bad narrative. The Las Vegas shooting was the first paradigm shift in this respect. Once the obligatory, and now entirely boring, gun control sermons are published as a reason for the carnage, then the demonization of masculinity can be served up.

However, in the case of the most recent Nikolas Cruz shooting the Feminine Imperative gets a double bonus. The message is not only are men and masculinity the reason for all violence ever, but our boys are being taught to be these violent psychopaths because some outdated (and entirely mythical now) macho masculinity is making them so. Our boys, they say, are “broken”.

“Comedian” Michael Ian Black had a rash of post-shooting tweets that sum this narrative up:

Black is a perfect example of a Blue Pill conditioned ‘ally’ of the Feminine Imperative, but his sentiments here sum up exactly the tact that the femosphere has been using for a while now. There will always be a utility in appealing to the old male social contract as a horrible, chauvinistic, misogynistic, insensitive facade of what masculinity should be. It serves the imperative well if the Village can convince the larger populace that boys are still being taught by horrible masculine men and a society that hasn’t existed for 50 years which bully them into being potential Nikolas Cruzs.

They say boys are broken because it’s the only easy explanation that vaguely sounds right in the face of the Village systematically feminizing boys for the past four generation. Boys are “broken” because of an “outdated masculinity” that was replaced with a feminine-primary educational system decades ago. They’ll blame men for perpetuating that lie, and in the next breath blame men for not being “men” enough to engage with these young men so as to deter them from tragedies like this. The Village has been so effective in blurring conventional masculinity that its adherents themselves have no idea what masculinity entails.

When the 2018 Women’s March took place I, and a lot of other men in the sphere, noticed a common theme in the protest placards that mothers were creating for their sons. The message for girls was the standard “girls can do anything” pablum, but for boys the message was all the same:

“BOYS WILL BE BOYS   GOOD HUMANS”

The message of today’s Village is that Boys are never to be boys, never to be male, never to be masculine in any positive aspect,…boys are born as not ‘good humans’. At least, boys are not good human beings until they acquiesce to the Village that is teaching them and to the authority of The Future is Female paradigm. In order to create the genderless, masculine-less, gelded men of the future they must get to boys earlier and earlier in their development.

In the interests of full disclosure I’ve had a handful of women defending this ubiquitous messaging tell me that it’s meant to teach boys not to blame their “shitty behavior on just their being male” – boys will be boys – but what even its defenders don’t recognize is the deeper message that boys of this age register; and particularly in an acculturation process that considers them defective girls.

But this is where we’re at in the intersexual environment today. To the imperative men are no longer men today, they are “allies”. This is the next logical step in Removing the Man from our social context. Boys are no longer ‘boys’, and they can only ever be ‘good humans’ so long as they continue their Blue Pill conditioning to become ‘allies’ later.

 


The following is a reblog of Josh Ishiro Finney’s A Letter to Boys & Young Men of America. Josh had this post and his blog attacked in the wake of the school shooting in Florida this week and I felt it was impactful enough to warrant a reblog here. Having written many a post on the war on conventional masculinity – and really the better part of my book Positive Masculinity – I wanted to extend my support for his commentary.


A response to mass shooting in Florida.

The bodies aren’t even cold yet and already you are being blamed.

Yes you.

All of you.

The boys and young men who will grow up to become one half of America’s future.
Once again, due to society’s failure to raise you, to teach you, to properly guide you on your path to manhood, your mere existence is being held responsible for seventeen more deaths—this time in Florida, and once again, at a school. The headlines of the last few days say it all:

  “Guns don’t kill people; men and boys kill people, experts say”
  -USA TODAY

  “Michael Ian Black reacts to Florida shooting: Boys are broken”
  -New York Daily News

  “How Gun Violence And Toxic Masculinity Are Linked, In 8 Tweets”
  -The Huffington Post

  “Toxic white masculinity: The killer that haunts American life”
  -Salon

  “Toxic Masculinity Is Killing Us”
  -The Boston Globe

  “Toxic Masculinity Is Killing Us”
  -Harpers Bazaar

  “Don’t Blame Mental Illness for Mass Shootings; Blame Men”
  -Politico

In the handful of decades I’ve been alive, I’ve seen America shift from a culture of responsibility to one of blame. We don’t solve problems anymore. We cry, we pray for, we seek to find closure, and then finally, slaughter a sacrificial lamb for our sins. When I was young and Columbine happened, that lamb was Marilyn Manson and video games. Before that, it was D&D and Twisted Sister. These days, though, as body counts continue to rise and excuses continue to vanish, the lamb America has chosen to sacrifice is you. Rather than take responsibility for the seeds we’ve sown, the culture we built, and the disaster you’ve been left to inherit, we as a nation have chosen to lie to ourselves. To listen and believe those who claim that the answer is simple: “Boys are simply born bad.”

As an aging Gen Xer watching this tragedy unfold, I can’t help but look back at my youth and realize we were the dry run for this “crisis of masculinity” as the media likes to call it.

In my time I’ve watched as fathers were pushed out of the home, separated from their children, and their role in society debased and devalued. Like you, I was taught male behavior was bad behavior. That I was broken and needed to be fixed. Drugs, therapy, mass socialization were required to save me from my most innate instincts—

—the need compete.

—the drive to create.

—the urge to protect.

—the desire for female affection.

Like you, I was told these instincts were not only wrong, but dangerous. That due to my Original Sin of being born a boy, I was destined to mature into a lustful monster and an oppressor of women. All this was burned into me before I even reached college, where campus policy actually assumed all men to be rapists waiting to happen.

It isn’t hard to see how we got here, to an age when America is more than willing to sacrifice its boys. To quote Fight Club, “We’re a generation of men raised by women.” And the women who raised my generation had a saying: All men are pigs. But there’s another saying those same women were enamored with and that is: The hand that rocks the cradle rules the world.

So here we are, coming close to fifty years of single mothers raising their boys as if they were animals. Two generations of young men raised to believe they’re broken, immoral, and dangerous. That their natural state, if left unchecked and unmedicated, is a sexual ticking time bomb of rape and abuse. Half a century of academia peddling a grim version of history that holds your gender personally responsible for all the wrongs ever to have happened in the world. And a press, that at this very moment, is blaming YOU for every school shooting to have ever occurred.

After all this, how could there not be a crisis of masculinity?

So to the boys and young men of America, believe me when I say it isn’t you who should be apologizing for the state of our world today. This mess was set in motion long before you were born.

You are not bad.

You are not broken.

You are not inherently evil or a sexual abuser in waiting.

You are boys who were robbed of your right to be men.

All your life you’ve been told to act, think, and behave like women. To suppress your passions, your pride, your need to compete and drive to achieve.

Now society is crumbling around us.

Feminizing boys didn’t make better men. It’s resulted in broken homes and shattered families and record suicide rates. It’s destroying any notion of a healthy partnership between men and women, and is pushing us ever closer to total collapse of gender relations.

Boys, we don’t need you to be like women, the world has plenty of women, already.

What the world needs now more than ever is for you to be men.

For you to grow-up, to grow strong, and do what men do.

For it is men’s strength and determination that tamed the wilderness, built civilization, and has kept the world fed despite all predictions we’d all die starving before the year 2000. It’s men’s curiosity that lead us to explore the oceans, to conquer space, and peer into the tiniest of microcosms of the human body. It was men who built the cities we inhabit, the luxuries we enjoy, the medicines that keep us alive. Men built the road, the plumbing, the electrical grid, the phone in your hand, the internet it’s connected to.

Men have always been innovators, explores, defenders, and leaders.

But most importantly, men have always been fathers.

So to the boys and young men of America, please read this and take every word to heart.

The world needs you.

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

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M Simon
2 years ago

Trapped in Guilt: We couldn’t think of a better explanation for this phenomenon. You’ll find many rich millionaires who refer to their wives as “the boss”. You’ll also find many millionaires that can’t seem to unwind out of high recurring expenses such as a house that is too big or a car payment. We just don’t get it. The only explanation we came up with is personal guilt. It has been drilled in our heads to do the “right thing” which typically means giving up your own personal well being and happiness for someone else (even if the someone else… Read more »

M Simon
2 years ago

Trapped in Guilt: We couldn’t think of a better explanation for this phenomenon. You’ll find many rich millionaires who refer to their wives as “the boss”. You’ll also find many millionaires that can’t seem to unwind out of high recurring expenses such as a house that is too big or a car payment. We just don’t get it. The only explanation we came up with is personal guilt. It has been drilled in our heads to do the “right thing” which typically means giving up your own personal well being and happiness for someone else (even if the someone else… Read more »

Sentient
Sentient
2 years ago

Mersonia

The key thing isn’t that Bourdain was 44 when he “broke through” it’s that, he – in the midst of his shitstorm of a life – continued to do the work.

The D in the Alpha Triad is Dynamic, and comes first for a reason…

(PS – also note Alpha life can be full of drama, unpredictable, a “failure”, messy, etc… with many self inflicted “wounds”…)

dr zipper
dr zipper
2 years ago

the article itself is short:

https://www.eff.org/sls

click on the tiles for more info about each technology

EFF is doing good work, please consider supporting them

rugby11
2 years ago

Wala
Was coming back from thinking about light order and family system’s and trauma
Didn’t mean to clog feed it’s not meant to be vomit it’s meant to be about other people other skills who share some of the thing’s i think about though art to some capacity.

mersonia
2 years ago

Maybe you shouldn’t think so much…

dr zipper
dr zipper
2 years ago

rugby – two things to think about all your postings…. the usefulness for you, and the usefulness to the readers of what value it is to you, I’m not in a position to judge; if it helps you, then do it; it’s cheap therapy I hope it moves you forward if you’re trying to send the readers a message or trying to convey *something* then please, help us out by reducing the noise and highlighting the good parts even if I wanted to, I can’t watch all those vids and try to piece whatever it is they were meant to… Read more »

mersonia
2 years ago

Rugby stop posting videos bro…..

I honestly want to slap the shit out of you but I know you have a problem and u hide it behind these videos…..

so yeah just text bro bro

mersonia
2 years ago

I mean like type out …….your actual “thoughts”

Since they are far…. more important than the words you read.

rugby11
2 years ago

Though’s bonding helps prevent getting to the point of cultural destruction. Now I’m sure my though’s are muffed had an intense wake up this morning… Overall i think that must of what’s really hurting is always reporting bad news. Good call on hiding behind the youtube clip’s.
https://twitter.com/cheddar/status/966729685798330368
https://twitter.com/DaveCullen/status/966746038513135617
https://twitter.com/KTVU/status/966324239446896640
a few examples of a positive side of the consequence of madness

447
447
2 years ago

I deeply respect Rollo’s work … but I just don’t get this one thing: What about cultural Marxism aka Frankfurt School aka (((they)))? Yeah, go on and call out the bloody knife all the time (“FI”, “unleashed hypergamy”, “women” of differing smv-status or age…) while pretending the murderer, the culture killer with bloodied hands standing in the room, grinning from ear to ear, is just not there: “Oh no, you can’t say THAT, oh nono, you boys are going to talk about the knife, goooood boys.” Black men were smashed, white man are the clear and obvious target of today.… Read more »

Keith
Keith
2 years ago

I am raising my son as a single parent. And although he has been fishing and hunting his intire young life. This past season he killed a better buck than I did. He and his friends seem to be 2 or 3 years behind in development compared to my generation. He and his friends are discussing going to the river and spending the nite with a Colman lantern and fishing all nite that’s fine. The problem I see is they are 15 and 16 year olds I was doing this at 13 and 14. They have no ambition to work… Read more »

Sun Wukong
Sun Wukong
2 years ago

@447

Yay more identity politics, but instead of TEH PATRIARCHY you’re gonna use TEH JOOOOOOS as the boogeyman. Get the fuck outta here. You’re just another bitch groveling for victim points.

M Simon
2 years ago

447
February 23, 2018 at 1:08 pm

The exploitation of human nature must stop. I blame N. Tesla. And as long as we are at it, his buddy J.P. Morgan too.The Roman Emperors. The Popes. They are all in on it.

But face it. Identity politics is without an identity. It will fail when the victims vie for the top slot. As they are doing. They have no leader.

Sentient
Sentient
2 years ago

447 sun wukong

You both know you can type out “jew” right?

Roused
Roused
2 years ago

@Blax Nobody is taking anybody’s guns. Lotsa hootin’ and hollerin’ right now from the Left on the gun issue. I agree that door to door confiscation of the guns won’t happen, at least in our lifetime. But….. ——– Please fill out this employment form accurately. Any inaccurate information will lead to your termination of employment if discovered you’ve provided false information. – Do you now own or possess any firearms? – Does anybody in your household own or possess firearms? ——– See how easy things can change? Back door approach. Take that a step further and when you’re signing up… Read more »

Roused
Roused
2 years ago

SPLC Adds Male Supremacist Groups To Annual Hate Count For First Time https://talkingpointsmemo.com/muckraker/splc-annual-hate-count-adds-mens-rights-organizations-first-time Houston-based A Voice for Men and Washington, D.C.-based Return of Kings were among the 954 hate groups included in the 2017 report. The male supremacist groups believe it’s natural and desirable for men to have more power than women, and lament what they see as the oppression of men by modern society. A recent post on A Voice for Men argued that many women who experience violence at the hands of men in their lives “ask for it.” I noticed our IT folks have started blocking a… Read more »

Blaximus
Blaximus
2 years ago

Roused I agree that maybe there might be some attempts at doing the things you outlined, but imo, guns and amendments are a much different animal. You can’t penalize people for doing something they have a constitutional right to do. No laws broken. And legislation can’t/won’t supersede the constitution. It’s a lost cause. Not only that, but there are few hundred thousand armed men who are just itching for anyone to try and mess with them over gun ownership. And I’m not only talking about NRA members either. Now, I’m not endorsing armed conflict, but the govt, being the ultimate… Read more »

Blaximus
Blaximus
2 years ago

Roused

Yeah, I have to block ” male oriented ” websites. Most are auto blocked by software.

But….

Don’t tell anybody….

TRM isn’t blocked. ” somebody ” that reads it must have unblocked it.😀

SJF
SJF
2 years ago

“TRM isn’t blocked. ” somebody ” that reads it must have unblocked it.”

That’s some funny shit.

“Most are auto blocked by software.”

How is that decided? What is the algorithm?

boulderhead
2 years ago

I find it interesting that the best thing to ever happen to drive up the sale of guns and ammo was a blue state left lib govt pushing for gun control. Even to the point of running suppliers out of ammo and driving the price of guns sky high.

Gun and ammo sales slowed after Trumps election. Someday they may even be free.

Blaximus
Blaximus
2 years ago

SJF Some of the blocks are decided by the URL designation. GiantTitties.com is flagged and blocked automatically. All social network and dating sites are blocked, and the software is constantly updated to include ever more sites. If you try to go to CH, you get a message ” this site is blocked by your organization. Reason = racism/hate. Contact your administrator for further information “. No one has ever ” contacted ” to complain. The restriction is across WiFi as well. Tbh, we have had more that one dude working on his porno website using our equipment. That’s what initially… Read more »

boulderhead
2 years ago

800 hrs a day is a huge expense to be absorbed by the end consumer.

j
j
2 years ago

@rugby

post some good stories from CasualSexProject here. I liked reading those

kfg
kfg
2 years ago

@447:

See Foucualt’s Pendulum by Umberto Eco.

Sentient
Sentient
2 years ago

Blax

there is a very serious and passionate effort by a lot of people on the Left to eliminate guns from our culture.

Not all on the “Left”…

Florida Gov. Rick Scott backs raising age for rifle purchases to 21

https://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/florida-gov-rick-scott-backs-raising-age-for-gun-purchases-to-21/2018/02/23/4dc444f6-18a6-11e8-8b08-027a6ccb38eb_story.html

Of course the “Right” in US legislatures is really Left too…

Sentient
Sentient
2 years ago

Blax

The process to eliminate the 2nd amendment will NEVER EVER get off the ground regardless of who is complaining. 2/3 majority across 50 states? Lol, never going go come close.

Looking at the Obama results, they had half the states…

http://www-personal.umich.edu/~mejn/election/2012/statemap1024.png

Not far to go… Hence Wall/Immigration hysteria…

rugby11
2 years ago

J
look up their library
https://casualsexproject.com/2018/02/
Blaximus
https://twitter.com/DaveCullen/status/965959007247781888
SJF
https://twitter.com/DaveCullen/status/965448100809793536
VPN and wifi resource can help bring up a site as well

Sun Wukong
Sun Wukong
2 years ago

@SJF

“What is the algorithm?”

Feminism

@Sentient

Jews = the religious/ethnic group
JOOOOOOS = the boogeyman

SJF
SJF
2 years ago

What’s the boogeyman with the Jews? I had a former partner in business that was a Jew and he was a real Dick. But he had a certain rhythm to be solipsistic and relentlessness with business that was admirable. In the end, I rode his wave. I’m glad he’s gone 16 years ago, he was a real dick. I think my office manager has been working there for like 39 years. She’s Jewish but completely compliant with my wishes. She vets the new employees well. And is a complete ally in blocking the fake christian exploits of my Chaldean chief… Read more »

mersonia
2 years ago

@Blaximus Yup Police have no legal duty to respond and prevent crime or protect the victim. There have been over ten various supreme and state court cases and the individual has never won. “Notably, the Supreme Court STATED about the responsibility of police for the security of your family and loved ones, “You, and only you, are responsible for your security and the security of your family and loved ones.” That was the essence of a U.S. Supreme Court decision in the early 1980’s when they ruled that the police do not have a duty to protect you as an… Read more »

walawala
walawala
2 years ago

@Rugby Dial it down. Post a comment, reaction, anecdote, insight. Pause. Read other commenters. Pause. Reflect. Do I have something to add? Would adding something benefit the community? Would it provoke a lively discussion? Would it align with the theme? Then ask yourself: does posting 12+ videos in a row within 7 consecutive posts align with any of the above? If not, pause. Reflect. Review then decide whether what you’re about to post has any relevance. I really want to understand what you have to say so I can comment on it or challenge it or internalise it. I learn… Read more »

rugby11
2 years ago

walawala Thanks man was about to rest and found out whats going on with Jack. https://twitter.com/jackmurphylive/status/966697162385055746 “Pause. Read other commenters. Pause. Reflect.” Jack just got kicked off teaching baseball in connecting with his son. I got offered to teach rugby yesterday. I love the sport “Do I have something to add? Would adding something benefit the community? Would it provoke a lively discussion? Would it align with the theme?” This seems up a good portion of my behavior https://twitter.com/ThomasSowell/status/966372720953970688 “I really want to understand what you have to say so I can comment on it or challenge it or internalise… Read more »

rugby11
2 years ago

wala
https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=5&v=D9BQ-_33RGg
“If not, pause. Reflect. Review then decide whether what you’re about to post has any relevance.”
Hope this does
https://twitter.com/jackmurphylive/status/965816229163421697
Sums up a good part of my actions as well
https://twitter.com/GoldmundUnleash/status/965395105770278914
“Reflect. Review then decide whether what you’re about to post has any relevance.”
Age repose and reflection on hope action and total self cohesion.

M Simon
2 years ago

rugby11
February 23, 2018 at 6:56 pm

Are you holding Cullen up as a positive model or a negative one?

rugby11
2 years ago

Wala
https://twitter.com/EdLatimore/status/965302092670881793
“Reflect. Review then decide whether what you’re about to post has any relevance.”
Spending time with what you create
https://twitter.com/Cernovich/status/965299851175985152
“Would adding something benefit the community? Would it provoke a lively discussion? Would it align with the theme?”
https://twitter.com/GoldmundUnleash/status/965283599003127811
Makes me think of good humans… Does this count for you?

rugby11
2 years ago

M simon
“Are you holding Cullen up as a positive model or a negative one?”
Not sure only role models i have i keep to myself.
Off to rest

M Simon
2 years ago

total self adhesion

Sun Wukong
Sun Wukong
2 years ago

OT, but I found the theory fascinating and quite plausible:

https://www.reddit.com/r/TheRedPill/comments/4nsl0r/who_killed_marriage_10_trigger_warning_dry_theory/

M Simon
2 years ago

The Betas are losing interest.

https://youtu.be/DtD1tLEAfIc

Yollo Comanche
Yollo Comanche
2 years ago
Blaximus
Blaximus
2 years ago

@ SJF LOL, it took a very long time for me to get a handle on all of the ” Jewish hate ” I’d seen during my lifetime, and understanding the mechanics of it still doesn’t provide many answers. In certain corners of the manosphere, and on ultra-white/right-wing/nationalist-angry-hate sites. But black people also have had an intense level of hate and distrust too, in prior generations. The first time I became aware of the phenomenon was as a child in the mid sixties. I’d hear men complain that almost all retail establishment was run by ” the Jews “, and… Read more »

Blaximus
Blaximus
2 years ago

@ Yollo Guys like Ben Shapiro don’t impress me as ” men “. Shapiro tows a line that he will not veer from, and that makes him a cheerleader. The best cheerleaders are chicks. I’ve listened to his points and views, and it’s standard 21st century touting of ” truths “, where what he says, no matter how demonstrably false, is constantly framed as ” truth “. And the crowds cheer. Think about it rationally, how can you decry ” victim status ” while acting like a victim? No discourse, only talking points and female-like hamstering and complaining and finger… Read more »

Yollo Comanche
Yollo Comanche
2 years ago

@Blaximus

I’m well aware. I don’t agree with everything he said. But he said it. And it was great. And it’s only a matter of time before the net catches both parties in the act.

@rugby

Group trancending values don’t exist. Values and principles simply are transcendent. De-tribalizing is another way of saying Globalization. Rules work when enforced. But that doesn’t mean people with power to enforce should write any law they please. They get what they deserve for trying that.

Blaximus
Blaximus
2 years ago

… People have a right to put whatever poison they choose into their minds. I wouldn’t waste my time. Men can’t afford to waste time chasing bogeymen.

Slight of hand.

The target is ” the wrong “. Who’s doing the wrong is inconsequential. Small minds will attribute all wrong to groups of people because ” easy “( I don’t know any of ” them ” ).

People have agendas. Some agendas are harmful. Nobody has a monopoly. Intellectual laziness is still lazy.

Blaximus
Blaximus
2 years ago

@ j

Quick question because you read a lot.

What is the history of Judaism outside of the widely known European Jew? Who were ” Jews ” historically? Who inhabited ” Israel ” prior to 1945 vs the ruling inhabitants currently there?

And lastly, who backs and supports and empowers current day Israel and all of it’s policies, and why?

Lol, I’m done now.

Blaximus
Blaximus
2 years ago

Zoooommmm… Right over his head.😀

Blaximus
Blaximus
2 years ago

OK. Never mind.

As you were.

M Simon
2 years ago

One standard deviation in IQ makes a LOT of difference at the tails. You might as well be resentful about Giant Sequoias. It is a fact of nature. Don’t believe in IQ? Would you rather have an IQ 60 person piloting your aircraft or an IQ 140 person? They are both equally far from the norm. So why are Jews so tribal? Given their history – wouldn’t you? Read the story of Esther from the Jewish point of view. Especially Jewish drinking games on Purim. Haman (the “kill the Jews” guy) gets as much credit for keeping Jews together as… Read more »

Yollo Comanche
Yollo Comanche
2 years ago

@Blax

What’s your recommendation to avoid/correct intellectual laziness? Not shitting you, I could always use pointers.

Sun Wukong
Sun Wukong
2 years ago

@SJF

The same far right whites who whine about the Jews causing all their problems will turn around and criticize the blacks for blaming white people for all their problems, completely missing the irony of their behavior. They will literally shit talk identity politics with valid criticism then turn around and engage in identity politics because THEIR identity politics gripes are VALID. Because reasons.

It’s ridiculous on its face, and I have nothing but disdain for it. A victim mentality is a victim mentality, and I have no respect for people that cling to one.

Yollo Comanche
Yollo Comanche
2 years ago

@j

“You care more about the consistency of your thinking/beliefs, than you do about the accuracy of your thinking/beliefs”

Thank you. This is interesting stuff.

M Simon
2 years ago

j
February 24, 2018 at 10:25 am

The Jewish people thank you for your efforts to keep them together.

LOL.

SJF
SJF
2 years ago

@Sun Wukong “A victim mentality is a victim mentality, and I have no respect for people that cling to one.” That’s a clarifying statement for me, answering my question of “what’s the deal here, what is going on”. I really don’t have much interactions with those with a victim mentality in real life and I’m, of course, pretty much insulated from diversity where I live, work and play. I suppose that that’s why I migrate in the manosphere away from The Red Pill Reddit, the comments section of Chateau Heartiste, and to some extent why I get bored by The… Read more »

Yollo Comanche
Yollo Comanche
2 years ago
Blaximus
Blaximus
2 years ago

Yollo The simplest way to avoid intellectual laziness is to remember that there’s always 2 sides to any story. The lazy will just ” pick a side ” for whatever reason, and concentrate on investing their ego in that belief. The work comes from understanding both sides to accurately determine unbiased truth, then deciding to Reject or accept it. Rejecting truth doesn’t render it false. Intellectual ignorance and laziness is applauded and rewarded monetarily in our society. That’s one of the reasons I stated much earlier that our society/culture has many problems and is so fucked up. When societies collapse,… Read more »

Blaximus
Blaximus
2 years ago

J

Food for thought.

If one only relies on others to instruct them on ” how to get smart ” or some such, you will be limited by the totality of the teacher/instructor. You still have to work. Surpass the master.

The article link you posted, it starts with a quote from Socrates. How much do you ( or the author ) actually know about Socrates and Plato and even the Pythagorean theorem? How did these people ” learn “?

Blaximus
Blaximus
2 years ago

… I laugh at myself. Kfg has me beat hands down when it comes to provoking thought.

Sentient
Sentient
2 years ago

Simon

“The Jewish people thank you for your efforts to keep them together.”

Are you a tribesman speaking on their behalf?

Serious question.

j
j
2 years ago

“Every question has been answered already”

Not necessarily

https://genius.com/Peter-thiel-zero-to-one-chapter-8-secrets-annotated

Blaximus
Blaximus
2 years ago

Keep reading j. Maybe eventually you’ll understand what I’m trying to convey.

…or not.

But keep reading regardless.

j
j
2 years ago

@blax

“If one only relies on others to instruct them on ” how to get smart ” or some such, you will be limited by the totality of the teacher/instructor.”

why don’t you actually read the article instead of just the title/first sentence and jumping the conclusions? How.. dare I say.. intellectually lazy of you

hank holiday
hank holiday
2 years ago

@Blax That’s all just ” othering “. It’s harder to find the truth because the hateful rhetoric drowns out reason. Fear and hatred will always obscure and color understanding. So yeah, I rejected the hatred of ” all Jews ” because of the perceived actions of some, even if the hatred is historical. Exactly. Like all that “hatefull rhetoric” you vomited my way for bringing up race and IQ…you know, that whole quest for the truth and all… All the jew hate comes from the fact that people can’t acceptance that maybe just maybe, while there have of course been… Read more »

Blaximus
Blaximus
2 years ago

@ j

I did read the article.

M Simon
2 years ago

j
February 24, 2018 at 10:25 am

Why yes. How else would I know the Purim story so well? It is kind of obscure.

Gaz
Gaz
2 years ago

Just listening to an article on climate change. This blog deals with the male female dynamics and relationships. This video on Climate change; The presenter had 3 thoughts on managing climate change (Id love to insert a screen shot – not sure how to do that though). “Thought Number 3” (58.00mins into the video) is; “It time to end male dominance” “Population must be controlled” “The best way to do this is to empower woman economically and politically” Some would say this is conspiracy theory. The guy presenting is your typical scientist type – he doesn’t come across as a… Read more »

kfg
kfg
2 years ago

What’s all this about acidic juice?

kfg
kfg
2 years ago

The most notable thing about Esther is that she is a strong female character devoid of victim mentality.

She never once calls on God for help. She just gits it done.

Oscar C.
2 years ago

Arriving a little late at the party. I suspected the shooting would be talked about here. Once again I tend to agree with @Blax regarding American culture, although in a more ‘meta’ sense. I have never been physically in the US (I hope I will visit one day) but from all the stuff I have been reading in the past years, I think there are social values that explain this a bit. You are very competitive, and highly individualistic. A huge pillar of American identity is the American Dream, which is basically telling you that your origins don’t matter as… Read more »

Lost Patrol
Lost Patrol
2 years ago

She never once calls on God for help. She just gits it done.

Yep, plenty of grit in that girl, and also clever. Clever enough to listen to the senior male of her family. Women are often capable of doing much good – under a man’s guidance…

Red Alert! Misogynist!

*puts on helmet*

Oh, wait. I believe one is allowed to state the obvious at TRM.

Sentient
Sentient
2 years ago

Simon “Why yes. How else would I know the Purim story so well? It is kind of obscure.” You tesponded to J but it was my question. Tribalism is all well and good on one hand… https://www.thedailybeast.com/finding-members-of-the-tribe “A central tenet of Zionism is that Judaism is not just a religion; Jews are a people, a nation, with ties to a particular homeland.” “My friend Daniel Gordis’s new book, “The Promise of Israel: Why Its Seemingly Greatest Weakness Is Actually Its Greatest Strength” celebrates Israel as a model of particularism, a beacon for the 21st century, showing how having a deep,… Read more »

theasdgamer
2 years ago

Blax, if rich Jews are rich because they are smart, then why are most of them socialists? Is it smart to be a socialist if you care about your fellow Americans? Do you think that socialism is good for America?

theasdgamer
2 years ago

Blax, if rich Jews are rich because they are smart, then why are most of them socialists? Is it smart to be a socialist if you care about your fellow Americans? Do you think that socialism is good for America?

theasdgamer
2 years ago

Obviously, most Jews aren’t part of the elites

Jews have an extremely high representation in the top 1%ers

Jews are strongly tribal; most are just foot soldiers for their tribal elite; some aren’t even foot soldiers;some fight their own elites (e.g., mark levin)

The
Rothchilds obviously lead the elites, if anyone does

The bilderbergers are small potatoes

cheupez
2 years ago

Thanks for the invisible men video @M Simon. The boogy man Jews, Rothchilds, even Twitter, Tesla, Mars Rover notwithstanding: Let the many women in the west continue to FEEL that MRAs are misogynists. Let quite a number continue to feel that the reason why some men are angry at feminism is because feminism it is an assault on male privilege (it is not). Feminism is about saying men are privileged; they dont realise that male privilege is to die in masses at war, and to lose custody of their children in divorce court. That is male privilege. The unspoken consequence… Read more »

Blaximus
Blaximus
2 years ago

Oscar It’s always good to hear an outside perspective. I have family that aren’t ” American “, and they have been here, and they see the same things you outline. I love America, not out of some misplaced sense of vague patriotism, but because this is where my family has been for 10 generations, through the good, the bad and the ugly. I see my homeland very differently than most men in the sphere especially. Lol, newcomers that have been here a couple of generations are entitled to their own feelz though, but beware the American echo chamber. The rest… Read more »

Walawala
Walawala
2 years ago

@Rollo

At first I thought that video was a Saturday Night Live sketch. Then it became “wait…they’re serious”

I see this now creeping into all areas of my social sphere: work, my social activities where whinging is now de rigeur for dudes in their 20s.

Never has understanding and passing the ever present “you’re a mysoginist” or the more common “You need to treat women with respect “ shit test is something women swoon at when I reply “why?”

M Simon
2 years ago

theasdgamer
February 24, 2018 at 5:38 pm

Blax, if rich Jews are rich because they are smart, then why are most of them socialists? Is it smart to be a socialist if you care about your fellow Americans? Do you think that socialism is good for America?

Empirically it is a stupid idea (cue Milton Friedman). But it does mirror how Jewish culture operates.

Socialism (the practice) works tolerably well if it is VOLUNTARY. Coerced socialism leads to mass murder.

M Simon
2 years ago

Walawala
February 24, 2018 at 11:12 pm

“You need to treat women with respect“ shit test is something women swoon at when I reply “why?”

I use something similar with the LTR. She LOVES it.

Women “who are the boss” don’t feel like it. I see trouble coming down the road.

walawala
walawala
2 years ago

@Mark The other area you see this whole thing going is guys are afraid to ask girls out—or don’t know how. “What do you want to do?” Never before had i understood why and how the PUA/Game directive of “Let’s….” as in “Let’s meet up for drinks…” “Let’s find out….” It’s clear, it’s inclusive, it assumes attraction and assumes the sale. These guys in that video as slowly making themselves sexually redundant. Even using the word “Stereotype” is misleading. It should be: “Masculine archetype” “masculine ideal” “Masculine persona” Stereotype assumes something bad, out or synche. Loading...

theasdgamer
2 years ago

Simon, where do you find voluntary socialism?

And why are you answering the question I asked blax?

And I want to know if pushing socialism on Americans is good for them. If not, then why are rich Jewish socialists and their foot soldiers trying to harm Americans?

theasdgamer
2 years ago

Trump must be very incompetent if he is part of the elites that are trying to enslave blue collar and black men. Black men are employed at the highest %ages recorded since employment nos. have been recorded. And blue collar jobs are going unfilled because of a lack of applicants, which means that their wages are rising.

Damn, trump is incompetent!

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