Your Mission, Her Mission

Does your woman think of you before herself? 

Does she make your priorities her own priorities?

Does she surprise you with acts of kindness and appreciation?

Does she inherently know that your success is her success?

Does she admire you? How does she show it?

Does she know what you need before you know it yourself?

Does she plan ahead to ensure you’re taken care of?

Does she care to know who, not just what you are?

Does she take time to learn about or participate in the things you are passionate about?

Does she look forward to having sex with you?

Does pleasing you please her?

Does she do any of these things with genuine desire or is she fearful of your displeasure?

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Is your woman ‘high maintenance’?

Is pleasing her or avoiding her discomfort your mission in the relationship?

Is your relationship defined by how well you measure up to her expectations?

Is your woman’s success more important than your own?

Are you the sentimental one in the relationship?

Do you plan ahead to ensure she’ll be in the right mood?

Do you perform chores in the hopes that it will make her amenable to you sexually?

Do you believe your relationship is (or should ideally be) an equitable one?

Does her family take priority over your own at holidays?

Is your relationship based on quid pro quo?

Is she ever surprised by your anger?

Is your relationship perpetually a “work in progress”?

Is your relationship’s success defined by qualifying to her metrics?

Do you measure the quality of your relationship by how well you meet her needs?

These are tough questions for most guys. I’m often asked how to vet a woman for a relationship or marriage and the hard part of coming up with a list of qualifications is that you have to actually be in a relationship with that person to really judge a woman’s suitability for a long term commitment. Hot sex is a great ‘up-sell’ for women to convince a man to commit, and it’s usually at the top of a guy’s list of must-haves for his commitment, but you don’t really understand her motivations or genuine desire until you are already in a relationship. Now you have emotional investment in her (caught feelings) at the same time you’re realizing she’s really not the person you thought you were vetting her for.

The ‘Asshole Alpha’

A hard thing for most Blue Pill, Beta men to appreciate is the genuine desire a woman has for an Alpha man. When that guy sees a relationship that’s based on a woman’s dedication to please her Alpha man, his Beta Hamster goes into action. A lot of things don’t line up with what he’s been conditioned to believe about women and how a relationship should go.

His first presumption is that the Alpha guy is a ‘manipulative asshole’ and if he ‘respected’ her she would be better off for it. It’s certainly not how he would treat her. Default respect for women plays well for a Blue Pill mindset. If you read through my first set of questions above the most common impression a feminized mind will have is that I’m implying a woman ought to be beholden to an Alpha man. While it’s true that, ideally, a solid conventional relationship is founded on a man’s ambition and success, and his woman sharing that mission, she has to want to be a part of it. Forcing a woman to be a part of a man’s world is actually the methodology of a Beta man.

Monogamy can occur either because a female chooses to be faithful to a male, or as a consequence of a particular lifestyle.

Promiscuity, Tim Birkhead

Exploring the Desire Dynamic has been a key feature in all of my writing. Understanding that genuine desire cannot be negotiated is usually one of the toughest parts of the Red Pill to accept when a guy is just coming into it. It’s hard because most men already realize the principle; they’ve just been building lives around the contingencies, and forming deep rationales, to avoid accepting it. I have readers tell me all the time that what I put forth in my books and essays is stuff ‘they already knew in the back of their heads‘, they just didn’t have the words to articulate it. Your relationship sucks, or your marriage is soul-destroying not because you can’t seem to live up to a false ideal (which is true), but because your woman has no genuine desire to be a part of your world. Modern marriages fail, not because of trust issues, or security, or even ‘her needs not being met’ – they fail due to a lack of genuine desire.

Most women today are in monogamous relationships as a consequence of a particular lifestyle.

Blue Pill men have a hard time with this as well. A relationship based on a woman’s choice to be faithful to a man, based on her genuine desire, looks a lot like what he’s been taught a lopsided manipulative relationship is all about. The prime-directive of feminism (the female Blue Pill) is that a Strong Independent Woman® should “never do anything for the express purpose of pleasing a man.” Part of a Blue Pill man’s lifelong conditioning is to think like a feminist woman thinks.

Most Blue Pill men are male feminists by default. Whether they vocally identify as one is largely a formality; Blue Pill men think like feminist women, because their social education came from feminist women.

When a Blue Pill male encounters the rare conventional relationship – one based on a woman’s genuine desire and a man’s Frame and ambitions – and he sees a woman doing things for the express pleasure of an Alpha man, his first impression is that she is with him by coercion. That conventional relationship model doesn’t fit with what his female teachers taught him was the egalitarian ideal. Thus, rationalizing that a beautiful woman would only feel obligated to please an asshole is because she has low self-esteem, she’s forced to please him because she’s destitute, she’s codependent, he overtly uses Dread on her, etc. This becomes his ego defense of his Blue Pill conditioning. His default presumption is that she is with that guy as a consequence of a particular lifestyle. It never enters his thought process that she is with that Alpha by choice.

Objects of Desire

Most men are uncomfortable with being the object of genuine desire. Even the idea of having a woman do something inspired for his express pleasure makes them feel like they’re falling into the role of Asshole Alpha. Promise Keepers in particular hate this impression of themselves and will go to great efforts to quash it in themselves, by deriding it in other men.

If you read the first list of questions above and thought, “Damn, that sounds harsh or manipulative. What about her needs?” this is your Blue Pill training coming to the surface of your consciousness. Just the thought that, as a man, you might ever be truly desired by a woman gets conflated with ‘abuser’ status. Either that, or the first consideration is to default to Bank Slate thinking – “What about her?” This is the egalitarian, presumption of ‘equal-and-opposite’ as the ideal thinking. 

Most Blue Pill conditioned men, and virtually every Fempowered woman, defaults to “What about her?” as their Mental Point of Origin. Guys do this because it’s been hammered into their brains since grammar school that ‘putting women first’ is the surest way to gaining their intimate favor. As such, the idea that they might ever ‘come first’ with a woman becomes an alien thought to them. Not only that, but they see the hypothetical Alpha I mentioned above as the villain to defeat in order to prove his quality. That ‘quality’ is based on his ‘putting women first’, so an Alpha Asshole becomes a golden opportunity to display how well he’s learned his Blue Pill lessons from his female teachers.

Without the Red Pill, without the insight to question his conditioned belief-set, this mindset is impossible to break in a guy. For the most part he’s attached his Game – his hope of solving his reproductive problem – to that Blue Pill, Village training. Some guys may never break the cycle. They never see the code in the Matrix. Most men fall into a grind of constant qualification to women because they have never, and will never, be the object of genuine desire of a woman. Their mental models prevent them from ever being that object to a woman. They would feel awkward, dirty, for making anything about them.

When a man’s Burden of Performance can be directed towards qualifying himself to women, men will begin to conflate their masculine identities with how well they can ‘put her first’.

The religious Trad-Con mindset revels in this, but the ideal comes from the same source – feminine primacy. Directionless, purposeless, men find a purpose in making the pleasing of a “quality woman” ideal the metric by which they measure their manhood. The Feminine Imperative figured out how to make women’s security the measure of a man long ago. It was written into men’s sense of duty and his Gods’ will. They must become less so she becomes more. It didn’t always used to be that way, but since the advent of romantic love as an ideal, it’s been the game men were told they had to play. And now, men’s natural competitiveness is channeled to outperforming his rivals in how better he can serve the Feminine Imperative.

IV. Don’t play by her rules

If you allow a woman to make the rules she will resent you with a seething contempt even a rapist cannot inspire. The strongest woman and the most strident feminist wants to be led by, and to submit to, a more powerful man. Polarity is the core of a healthy loving relationship. She does not want the prerogative to walk all over you with her capricious demands and mercurial moods. Her emotions are a hurricane, her soul a saboteur. Think of yourself as a bulwark against her tempest.

16 Commandments of Poon, Roissy

I can make appeals to men to make themselves their Mental Point of Origin, but few actually wrap their heads around the concept. Fewer still will give themselves permission to do so. The reason for their difficulty is that their reproductive success was pinned to the Blue Pill mindset they’d had beaten into their psyches a long time ago.

The equal partnership ideal is antithetical to how men and women evolved to be complements to the other. That ‘equal’ partnership is predicated on a man endlessly proving his dedication to ‘putting her first’ that his hindbrain believes will lead to a woman’s genuine desire for him. His hope, his understanding, is that if he works at his relationship long enough, if he puts her first, eventually she will appreciate him and desire him based on his efforts and performance. But it is just this priority in his life – the priority he’s linked to what little sense he allows himself to have of his manhood – that defeats his ever getting to that state of a woman’s genuine inspired desire.

Published by Rollo Tomassi

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

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Sentient, median income people don’t send their children to private schools. Median income people aren’t even close to middle class although they should be as that would change perspective greatly. Private schools are self supporting?

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SJF Lol, you’re not pissing me off at all. I’m interrogating you because I’m trying to understand you. I have a couple of friends that have the exact same mentality that you state here. I’m still trying to understand them as well. My friends believe that they are doing things in life that set them apart from ” everyone else “, and that their success is solely due to ” right choices ” and ” good genes ” and ” optimism ” and ” who they know ” and ” where they live ” and ” bank accounts “. But… Read more »

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I’m the only one in my family (three brothers) or my parent’s 13 grand-kids that went to a private college. And my kids are out of college three to six years ago and have no college debt. I’ll be dead when my grand-kids enter college. And I don’t really care what they do. They’ll be fine. If not I won’t have control. Maybe they will play in the park with hand grenades. What is the point of making the point that civilization is swirling downward. They still have to live in it. What is one person going to do about… Read more »

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Wahoo I’m well acquainted with who goes to private schools – having put five kids through them at a 7 figure plus cost, served on numerous committees and Boards and Foundations. And I’m well acquainted with the enrollment challenges these institutions face and the number of “median income” families in the demo ($300k plus) who are on financial aid. Self supporting? LOL. Not in the UMC. A very small number of very small UC schools only. The one percent getting very more one percentier. SJF – My parents and my wife’s parents were intelligent and socially graceful, my wife and… Read more »

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“One of my friends, that I’ll see today in fact, says I’m a hypocrite because I stack dough, and sent my kids to ” the best ” schools, but what he ignored is that my parents couldn’t help. This was 100% my creation starting from basically zero. When you start at the bottom, you don’t fear the bottom, and you don’t have to pretend it’s not there or that the inhabitants are not intelligent or did something wrong. I understand that life is more complicated than ” I’m good ” because nobody lives in a vacuum ( in reality). I… Read more »

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Sentient Damn 5??!!?? I hear you loud and clear. I only put 2 through private school. I’ve been fighting for public school reform, and even thought my kids are out of the elementary/high school thing, there’s no reason that public education where I live needs to be as shitty as it is. And I live around these poorly educated folks somewhat ( ie: close enough to be a concern at times, lol. ) I’ve watched some parents struggle mightily to keep their kids in private school. One job loss away from catastrophe, taking second jobs, stuff like that. It helps… Read more »

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Those people pictured made bad choices.

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@Sentient
“I’m well acquainted with who goes to private schools – h……”

Then why post some stupid article that compares the price of private schooling to the increase in median incomes? Did you learn to do that in a private school?

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Wahoo – thanks for playing. you can go back to your two seater building. The vast majority of UMC folks are earning an income. They do not have wealth. Income growth is flat across demographics and outpaced by costs. SJF is an example… He is essentially providing a personal service. It’s not scaled, it can’t be passed on. Once he sells his practice, for a modest multiple, poof! that’s all folks. Try not to spend too much in Naples this winter… Do the math… Let’s say his kid who is 28 gets a J O B that pays $300k a… Read more »

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Culum!!!!! ( I always smile when you post up bruh, lol ) “And I was a socially introverted nerd who grew up in an uber-sheltered environment that was every bit as UMC as yours (a bit more diverse in terms of experiences – I lived abroad for some time etc, but still). I didn’t grow up having fights like Sentient and Palma and Blax and so on.” Lol. I didn’t grow up in Mosul having to battle from street to street daily. Thing is, I grew up in a city that was 3 square miles, but had a population of… Read more »

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@Blax

We have a population of 250,000 odd but have 11 million visitors a year. Most of those in the summer.

They occupy a space of about 3-5 square miles.

That brings a whole host of unpredictables.

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Sentient” thanks for playing. you can go back to your two seater building.” Already there thanks to WIFI. The thing you are missing with your math is the changes in priority from one generation to the next, coupled with the possibility that there may be another way you haven’t been sold on yet. I wonder if you will find a way to capitalize on the latest fad. From what Iv’e seen the growth in extravagance across every demographic has reached peak and it’s time to push back from the table and stop gorging before it causes health issues. If you… Read more »

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“SJF is a good dude that I like interacting with a lot, but it seems to me that he believes that he’s untouchably financially and geographically insulated from the rest of society, so paying actual attention is counterproductive to his optimism. Generationally, things are going downhill fast. My kids, as SJF would say, are fine – but they still have to live in current conditions. Oh and Blax I love what you have said over the years in regards to masculine style. A whole lot. It is very valuable. I’m not the slightest bit dissembling. Oh, and Umm, Sorry? I… Read more »

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Culum “Anyway one of my biggest concerns about my future kids is how to teach them to survive and thrive in an uncertain world and give them the “street” (for want of a better word – but it’s about much more than the literal street) awareness and skills and risk management abilities they will need in an uncertain and declining world despite being in the UMC wealth bubble (suggestions welcome..).” This is a hard(er) aspect to tackle. Awareness is very hard to ” teach ” by word. Growing up, we used to play a game called ” open chest “.… Read more »

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Nice soliloquy, Blax. On a separate note, I also feel Culum can re-group with the essence of Command Presence. Outside of Game, it has made a difference over a couple years in the professional realm, for me. Like Blax’s comment showed, and what is know in the community, dominance and leading are important. And the term Command Presence stands as a symbol and name for those. Instead of a passive combatant, you are an active leader. It’s little things here and there. Little benign orders–sit here,stand there…Do this, do that for the betterment of everyone… Rollo didn’t flesh it out… Read more »

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The only safe relationship is the one you are not in. Women are “strong and independent” right up until the point they have to spend their own money. Add to the above image, A nice home $, A nice car $, Jewelry $, Hor$e$, Motor vehicle ticket$, Insurance $, child support, medical expen$es, groceries, vacations..useless gym membership and the coup de gras I.V.F uck you over treatments after they have let their opportunity for motherhood waste away and at age 38 gotta have a kid panic attack that will lead to 80-100k worth of debt and no child from it,… Read more »

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Wahoo The thing you are missing with your math is the changes in priority from one generation to the next Yes now the UMC are prioritizing food and shelter over education. How about that? From what Iv’e seen the growth in extravagance across every demographic has reached peak and it’s time to push back from the table and stop gorging K-12 education as extravagance? Are you arguing my side now? Today’s UMC is not Grampa’s UMC. Easily observable and provable. [Of course for you wanna be country/ folk singers you can also throw in the MC and WC. But please… Read more »

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Who hurt you?

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😂

I was thinking the exact same thing.

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” . . . have some hooks in your songs”

On the Goodnight Trail, on the Loving Trail
Our old woman’s lonesome tonight
Your French harp blows like a lone bawling calf
It’s a wonder the wind, don’t tear off your skin
Get in there and blow out the light

–Utah Phillips

Goodnight Colonel Goodnight:
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Smacking my head. I was just listening to a talk radio show. And it never occurred to me before. A concept: Fear of the loss of something. I never actually had that before. That fear. But it must be crucial or critical to the back and forth that I’ve been engaged in the discussion with Blaximus. And others. I’m not lying. I never thought about it. I never actually had fear of losing shit. Maybe it’s an intellectual defect or problem. Maybe not. It would solve for the financial debate. My wife, my money, my children, my stuff, not harvesting… Read more »

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“And doesn’t know how to view in Incognito Mode?”

I take it that you don’t know that Incognito Mode only affects your own computer. It doesn’t record browsing history so that other users of the same machine can’t track where you’ve been going.

The only way to make your computer incognito to the Internet is to disconnect from it. If it don’t know your address, it can’t send stuff to it.

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I take it that Rollo has employed a feature that announces when someone views his blog. Splashing on screen and all. My point is that this guy, ‘Reck and Feck’ keeps splashing on the screen as viewing the site. But never comments. Who is he? The splash on screen doesn’t occur in incognito mode. I take it that you have some way to view someone’s IP address log-in. So be it. I take it that Rollo had a melt-down around this whole thing one or two months ago. With all kind of conspiracy theories and that fag, incel from overseas–… Read more »

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“I take it that you have some way to view someone’s IP address log-in.” Yes. That’s what happens with a log-in. URLs are “fake,” a convenience established to make life easier for users. You can access a server by typing in its address rather than its URL. That will skip the hop to the server that maintains a translator of URLs to addresses (the Domain Name System name server). In order for two computers to communicate over the network they must exchange addresses, commonly referred to as a “handshake.” This is recorded in a log file. Incognito Mode tells your… Read more »

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“In order to connect to TRM you must provide identification . . .”

Getting sloppy there between “connect” and “log-in.” I’m supposed to be asleep at the moment and might be part way there.

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It would solve for the financial debate.

Yeah. No, it doesn’t.

I’ve walked away from mid seven figures… Because I couldn’t brook being fucked with.

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@Sentient

“I’ve walked away from mid seven figures… Because I couldn’t brook being fucked with”

Boundaries

They’re there for a reason

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Sentient “Yes now the UMC are prioritizing food and shelter over education. How about that?” Sounds bad,there is a guy scalping toilet paper for $20 a roll on face book. With all the different food scares (GMO’s,soy,steroid ,antibiotic,CWD,mad cow and the GSM crop losses) only the people that can afford access to information and selective consumption will prioritize food. The shelter concern I don’t get on the big picture, demand for housing is high around here as this area is booming. There is a shortage of qualified builders for a number of reasons, the main one is attrition coupled with… Read more »

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For all intents and purposes the middle class is dead. Depends on where one lives as to whether they can comfortably survive as working class. We’ve gone to a service/consumer economy, and that’s a bad look long term. You have to build/make stuff. It’s a small part of why trading on wall street was halted this morning as airlines and cruise ships and hotels/resorts are taking hits because of fear of covid19, and oil prices fall because less demand. Planes and ships use lots of fuel. So how does the working class afford a 50 dollar can of lysol?😁 This… Read more »

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Thank you Blax. Much to keep in mind.

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@Blaximus SJF been sort of following along on your discussion…lol… got some time so thought i’d comment… ” A teacher once told me, “He who walks through turds gets turds stuck to him.” It was a warning to be careful who we associate with because bad habits are contagious. “ this is partly true… but only if 1) you don’t understand that ‘turds’ are sht…lol… and 2) you don’t know how to wash that sht off you… (pun intended…lol)… if you associate with people that are ‘making bad choices’ you tend to be painted (by ‘society’… which includes your hindbrain… Read more »

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My home was built in the 1920’s, and it’s true that you can fit 3 of my house in my sister’s house that was built 10 years ago.

And the replacement cost of your home is probably 3x hers as well.
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Because we started treating our houses as disposable during the mortgage booms of the 1980s, 90s and 2000s, we ended up with houses built to last not even 25 years.

https://mcmansionhell.com/post/150597521816/mcmansions-101-revisited-aesthetics-aside-why

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The photo used for “her mission, your mission” is a screen shot from the Netflix show “love is blind” the most red pill reality show ever in spite of itself…. You should check it out

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^ 🙄🙄

You boys and your class….

There never was a middle class, just working and upper..

The rest is just a ruse to keep the peasants in line by making them feel like they’re getting somewhere.

And it’s nothing to do with money by the way.

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Exactly. During hurricane Sandy my house swayed back and forth, but I only lost 3 roof shingles.

The downside is that if this almost hundred years old wood ever catches fire, there’s not enough water in the state to extinguish it.😁

My sisters house is basically constructed like a small warehouse. Just a big assed box. It has all the charm of a bent rusty beer can.

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There never was a middle class, just working and upper…

Don’t worry, we are working very hard to get there…

Blax

what we have more and more is a simulacrum of progress, meanwhile everything is worse and worse.

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@Sentient

“Don’t worry, we are working very hard to get there…”

You might be able to make enough money / wealth to get into it over there, but over here you have to be born into it.

Money and success alone won’t get you in over here. You’ll never be accepted.

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@HABD

“this loss of control by the global ‘elite’ (bankers) started back in the late summer/early fall… i have a theory about the covid19 being the cover for the collapse… but what do i know…lol”

You can’t just drop that in and not elaborate!

I have a “coffee date” with my son by the way.

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The market here has been looking for a ” correction ” for well over a year now. Treasuries pointed to ” recession ” for a while also. I’m with HABD. Corona is the excuse for market side correction of overinflated valuations. Even oil prices ( a harbinger of death when too high or too low ) are more related to a pissing match between Russians and arabians. But it’s more acceptable to look at supply versus falling demand related to the virus impact on travel and hospitality serviices. Elon Musk lost 4 billion so far. Hey he was never really… Read more »

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@Blax

I was more interested in the “loss of control by the global elite” angle as opposed to the market correction angle tbh

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@Palmasailor @Sentient “Don’t worry, we are working very hard to get there…” You might be able to make enough money / wealth to get into it over there, but over here you have to be born into it. Money and success alone won’t get you in over here. You’ll never be accepted. it’s the same everywhere… born into or married into… kfg covered this before when bill gates was ‘turned down’ for entry into the ‘elites’ by not being able to marry into that class… and even if you ‘marry in’ you still might not become ‘part’ of that class…… Read more »

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Historically speaking, stuff isn’t necessarily done by ” the deep state”.
It’s just not widely known, or worse, not believed.

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tuskegee_syphilis_experiment

When tptb decide your life ain’t worth shit, protect your neck.

My doctor gives me shit for not getting a flu shot every year. I last had one 6 years ago. It sounds crazy, but I don’t trust shots. I don’t want to be a part of an ” accident “.

I haven’t had the flu since I was 16.

Maximize your immune system and strengthen your body.

Anne understand risk and take your chances.

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“Don’t worry, we are working very hard to get there…”

Alack … a jest fallen flat.

Get there – eliminate the middle class…

Lighten up Francis!

https://giphy.com/gifs/up-lighten-francislighten-krhW9yWEI0x0Y

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@Blaximus Historically speaking, stuff isn’t necessarily done by ” the deep state”. It’s just not widely known, or worse, not believed. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tuskegee_syphilis_experiment those dudes WERE/are the ‘deep state’…lol… When tptb decide your life ain’t worth shit, protect your neck. true… My doctor gives me shit for not getting a flu shot every year. I last had one 6 years ago. It sounds crazy, but I don’t trust shots. I don’t want to be a part of an ” accident “. that’s where i’m at… plus the ‘filler’s’ bad for aspergers dudes… except i haven’t had one in over 15 years…lol…… Read more »

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@HABD “and even if you ‘marry in’ you still might not become ‘part’ of that class… (cough… megan markle…cough…)…lol” The child of the married in gets in – but only just “covid19 is an engineered virus designed to be a bioweapon… it was created in the US back in 2015…” Got that bit, but didn’t know 2015 “if on-purpose, it’s not likely a chinese .gov release bc they don’t have a vaccine for it (supposedly…lol)… and they weren’t set up to handle it… that’s why they are scrambling…” Hmmmm.. unless they released it knowing they weren’t set up to handle… Read more »

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@HABD

So to conclude – WHY have the “elites” lost control?

Is it bc they have reached the limits of bullshit money?

It’s all been diluted beyond recognition and so much of it moved to the top that there’s nothing left at the bottom to “re distribute”?

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Your mission get good head ,her mission stay healthy.

Complimentarity

https://www.vix.com/en/sex/528200/swallowing-semen-can-do-these-5-things-your-body

“Did you know that women who swallow semen are 40 percent less likely to develop cancer? I know, I was just as shocked. This is because semen, aside from having many nutrients, contains selenium which is one of the elements that’s most used to fight against cancer.”

And now it helps prevent the spread of covid19

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Well they’ve shut Italy.

I’m going out to stock up on Brazil nuts and cold beer.

I’ll give swallowing semen a miss though.

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@HABD: so you think COVID-19 is a lite version of Dan Brown’s Inferno book?

It isn’t super lethal from what I can make of the info. 2, 3%, kids mostly asymptomatic, mostly kills weak or older people. The 2, 3% figure might even be an upper bound considering a lot of the people that get it are asymptomatic (but presumably contagious).

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Brilliant Comment/Sentence This was obscured by the “Read more”: Anonymous Reader The “strong, independent women” who are on multiple mood-altering compounds / drugs are by definition neither strong nor independent. That girl Palma refers to – her hindbrain would be in better shape if she’d gotten knocked up 4 – 7 years earlier and pushed out a couple of babies. She’d have mommy-anxiety that’s grounded and limited rather than free-floating anxiety basically over ghost stories that she tells herself. This last sentence is one of the most brilliant sentences I have read on TRM: She’d have mommy-anxiety that’s grounded and… Read more »

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@HABD

This thing appears to be moving at a compound daily rate of 17% in the U.K.

In Italy it looks like it’s been running at between 20-25% but the compound daily rate is accelerating over time and their entry point was the 15th feb as opposed to the U.K. entry point of about 3rd March.

At this rate the U.K. will be at 7,000 odd cases by March 31 which will probably be the point they make the decision to quarantine everyone.

Italy did it at 7375 yesterday.

This is not a rehearsal is it.

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It’s almost like it spreads like a virus. Go figure.

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Palma, i had you pegged as a seller rather than a buyer on the semen. Do any quarantines include martial law? or restricted areas? as in county to county.

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@PalmaSailor @HABD “and even if you ‘marry in’ you still might not become ‘part’ of that class… (cough… megan markle…cough…)…lol” The child of the married in gets in – but only just true… but ‘in’ is in… “covid19 is an engineered virus designed to be a bioweapon… it was created in the US back in 2015…” Got that bit, but didn’t know 2015 ya, that kind of surprised me too… from some of the stuff i’ve read, it doesn’t seem to accommodate a ‘vaccine’ response either… else the chinese should have one… and maybe they do… “if on-purpose, it’s not… Read more »

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@IAS @HABD: so you think COVID-19 is a lite version of Dan Brown’s Inferno book? never heard of it before, so i looked it up… lol… strong independent woman tropes and ‘we have to do SOMETHING’ liberal moralizing aside, the only danger of that ‘plague’ was random sterility… this one is a little more dangerous… at least to some asians and people with comprised immune functions… as far as a ‘culling’?… wellllll, billy gates does have some history advocating for that… and he did fund some research into those types of virii… but he did give $100M to ‘fight’ the… Read more »

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@Wahoo “Do any quarantines include martial law? or restricted areas? as in county to county.” Well right now there’s no one flying to Italy. We’ve had a domestic airline go bust and the rest can’t be far behind. I’ve no idea about martial law. I’ve never been in anything like this, nor do I know anyone that has ever lived through anything like this. A friend has a GF who is a nurse in the NHS and she says there is precisely NIL preparation, not even face masks. Plus, if it kicks off she’s calling in sick, as are all… Read more »

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Virus Shmirus

We will see. Personally I think that Eric’s story is overblown.

But we will see.

Anyhow… seeing the wokest of company’s now referring to International Womxn’s Day…

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‘Womxn’ is being increasingly acknowledged as a more inclusive term when it comes to the complexities of contemporary gender recognition. For example, it embraces self-ID trans women like myself who reject ridiculously archaic attitudes that insist a woman has to be feminine, that she must act like a woman, dress like a woman, not have a beard, tuck in her penis, shave her arse et cetera.

https://spectator.us/every-womxn-shell-international-womens-day/

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I swear that is ADJ… lmfao

Speaking off.. still on RT’s tip…

https://twitter.com/beachmuscles/status/1237403606778875912

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lol (For the sake of clarity alone, I will continue to use the official day’s title within this article and hope that one day the majority of cisgender ‘women’ stop being so bloody selfish with their gatekeeping of words and let womxn with penises have the final say. Honestly, in my opinion they need to learn their place. Feminism has come a long way, but until it accepts that women who were born male know better than they do about their own definitions, then I am afraid it’s just not going to progress much further (now don’t get me wrong,… Read more »

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@Sentient I don’t want to be right but the fact remains that they’ve more or less shut Italy and suspended mortgage payments. An entire country suspended mortgage payments.. when did that last happen? They’ve realised they’re not going to be paid anyway so they’d rather fudge it than draw attention to the insolvency of the system that this whole shebang could / will expose.. It’s the first relatively honest reporting we’ve had on numbers and there’s enough of a data set to go at looking at Italy to extrapolate. On my spreadsheet, not Eric’s, the U.K. will be in the… Read more »

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Our population density is more than Italy so we’ll accelerate past them at some point.

Your population density in the US is less than 10% that of the U.K. and that’s slowing it down.

It’s when not if though.

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_countries_and_dependencies_by_population_density

I’ve done enough math for one day and need cold beer !

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And is this ADJ?

Doubtful. Too butch.

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WHY have the “elites” lost control?

Too many players in the game now. There is an “oversupply” of elites not only at the national level but the international level. I’m reading a book on this topic, but not done yet.

I believe that the Boxer Rebellion in China back around 1900 was started by a couple of Chinese students who failed examinations for the Empress’s civil service.

Most people are afraid of falling “below their station”, so we get all this kicking-down in the various uni’s across the world.

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@Palma: reportedly women are less affected by COVID-19 than men.

Keep swallowing, ladies!

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@ SJF – Perhaps you need some fear of loss…of your wife’s uterus and ovaries Same as engaging with women. I just don’t have it. The fear of loss. My wife just had the mother of all menstrual periods last week @55 y.o. And that’s probably the last one in her life. She’s scheduled for a remove the uterus and ovaries next month. Because of fibroids. She does do the hormone stuff. Suzanne Sommers wise. So there’s that respect for me. And she’s still attractive. More so than me. Cut and Paste from https://lowninstitute.org/guest-post-the-madness-of-unnecessary-hysterectomy-has-to-stop/ The hidden harms of hysterectomy The… Read more »

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Thanks for the medical lecture.

She’s fucking 55 years old.

And we fuck on the regular.

The peri-meno-pausal, getting to post menopausal is not for nothting. And these idiot yet idiots discussion this shit in the manoshphere when their LTR’s approach over fiftyh need to be informed. Including Blaximus. There are certain things that guys can discuss among guys. And Rollo has also has adressed although circumspectly. Roundabout.

She’s not going to miss her painful 1.5 cm fibroids.

Or her late regulated hormones. Because she supplements them with topical though.
Thank you though. It it an important discussion

And I apologize. I don’t remember your narrative.

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Oh ADJ ‘Womxn’ is being increasingly acknowledged as a more inclusive term when it comes to the complexities of contemporary gender recognition. For example, it embraces self-ID trans women like myself who reject ridiculously archaic attitudes that insist a woman has to be feminine, that she must act like a woman, dress like a woman, not have a beard, tuck in her penis, shave her arse et cetera.” WTF is this world coming to? This is basic biology. A woman is a woman and born that way. A lesbian is a woman with a genetic defect that makes her behave… Read more »

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my company just added “pronouns you would like to be associated with” to our email signature block. Fucking ridiculous.

Seeing a lot more of this… I think I’d do something like Tate… Pronouns – King etc.

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Enough Already

I should point out however that Spectator article was satire… Or satire of farce or something.

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If you are truly an alpha and self-aware, than you know of your tendency towards control. Hopefully part of understanding your tendency is also the awareness that you can’t control everything. I don’t think any particular eventuality is certain, especially in a situation without precedent (such as you falling in love). Despite that, you state that you are glad she got out before you hurt her. Would you have done so? Can you be sure? I must ask, are you avoiding here out of some Noble Sacrifice, or because you don’t know how it would end and are afraid of… Read more »

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