Linkage: 23 February 2016 #TheTriggering
Back at home, Patricia put on her favorite Nicki Minaj party mix and began getting ready for the club. She dressed in her Vegas outfit, the skimpy black top and skirt paired with heavy makeup and heels so high and uncomfortable that a full half-hour of the night would be spent complaining about them to anyone who would listen. While she didn’t look as good as two years ago, you couldn’t tell by increased amount of attention she was getting from men, even when she went out in sweatpants.
She stood in front of her bathroom’s mirror to take some self shots. This took a while to get right. The secret to a good self shot, she understood, was making it look completely natural as if the act of taking a photo next to the toilet bowl was a spontaneous event that came in a rare moment of artistic inspiration, when in actuality she has done this over a thousand times. I was impressed at how skilled she was at striking a pose that was the prettiest she could possibly look in spaces that rarely exceeded 84 square feet, with fluorescent lighting that would have easily highlighted her developing second chin had it not been for a precise 20 degree up-tilt of her head that didn’t decrease the brilliance of her blue eyes like a 25 degree tilt would. After fifteen minutes in the bathroom getting it just right, she raced out the door and mentally braced herself for all the idiots who would make unwanted sexual comments about her body, thinking she dressed that way to get attention instead of to feel confident about herself and who she was as a woman.
When women assume a leadership position over men, it hardens them. But the polarity of natural intersex attraction is based off of opposites complementing each other. Soft woman and hard man are the natural order. Hard woman and soft man is most unnatural…and the unnatural state is what causes the development of “The Look” in both sexes.
For rest assured, accompanying every man with The Look of living death, is a woman with The Look of “resting bitch-face.”
If you’re a newcomer to these parts, realize you’ve just stumbled across the only place in our present age of declining civilization that will give you the knowledge to avoid all of the traps and pitfalls of a system designed to enslave us all.
For what you need to understand most, is that the system is primarily based on making you believe, think and act in ways that enslave yourself without you even realizing it. In a myriad of ways and means, men are programmed by society’s social engineers who control our mass media and institutionalized educational system to enslave ourselves to women, while the same programming exists to make women reject their God-ordained complementarian role as helpmeets and trick them into thinking they should be in charge, without realizing their being enslaved to their emotional whims, endless rationalizations and their eternal quest for validation.
Let’s say you’re at work and there has been a stuff-up in your department and that the buck stops with you. There is a meeting and you’re on the spot. The time has finally come for you to apologize. Instead you say:
“You’re right. This was unacceptable. It won’t happen again.”
What you don’t do is say you’re sorry. That word ain’t gonna get you anywhere good. By not saying sorry the man in this imaginary meeting exudes power and confidence. You can trust that he is going to go back to his department and kick some butt into line. However, the man who grovels before his peers in a pathetic display of submission merely demonstrates his inherent weakness. Stand up, take it on the chin. Be a man.
One interesting component of this outrage episode is who the people standing up for free speech are. Why are women not mounting rational arguments against his satirical article? Where are the widespread intellectual pieces by women proposing more thought experiments on the subject of rape, or discussing what extent of personal responsibility should society demand from its women?
I am not seeing them. I am not seeing women engaging in the use of free speech to dismiss views that they consider to be “outrageous,” for that would at least be a respectable and admirable use of their time. What I am seeing, however, is the complete opposite.
I am seeing more and more women demanding the expansion and intrusion of government into the policing of speech, ideas, and free thoughts. I am seeing more and more women dismissing any and all arguments against their preconceived notions of radical feminism based solely on their ability to call any and all opposition out as misogynists, rapists, and male chauvinists.
Women have petitioned governments to either deny Roosh entry into their country or prohibit his meetings. They are effectively saying “This man disagrees with our views, so instead of respecting diversity and tolerance and engaging him in a civil discussion, we will sulkily demand someone else to take him out of our country because he offends our delicate views and sensibilities.”.
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