Remember boys and girls, “It’s not rape when a Muslim does it.”
This is what I’ve been saying for years. The statist who says “If there were no government people would kill other people” is the person who – if there were no government – would kill other people. You should eliminate this person from your life.
But why are the Left such blatant and unaware projectors?
Essentially because the psychological mechanism of ‘projection’ is that we use our-selves, our own minds, as a ‘model’ to understand and predict others.
To a significant extent, and spontaneously (although it can be overcome by recognition and effort): we cannot imagine others behaving in a way of which we ourselves are incapable; and, conversely, we cannot help but suppose that what drives us, drives everybody else.
The paranoid accuse everybody else of their own plotting and scheming; those without motives of altruism assume that everybody else is as selfish as themselves but hiding it; the constitutionally irreligious assume that the faith of others is a hypocritical fake.
But why Leftists especially? Leftists did not always project as much as they do now – the problem is mostly one of the past 50 years and the New ‘cultural’ Left of ‘identity politics’. Nowadays the only knuckle-dragging sexists are Feminists, the only really serious racists are the professional Antiracists; the only significant class warriors are privately schooled and Oxbridge-educated scions of the upper classes.
The reason that Leftists are so prone to projection and can never perceive the fact is quite simply that modern Leftism JUST IS projection. If you subtract the projection from Leftism, there is nothing left over – or, at least, nothing from which you could build a political movement.
Another word for “inclusive” is “egalitarian.” You do not need to demonstrate some kind of fitness or character to be included, but are part of the club just because you are human.
Astute observers will note however that any benefit not won is not actually valued.
By now, you’ve probably all read about Islam’s new London mayor’s ban on “body-shaming” ads on public transport. Ostensibly, this ban is intended to protect women from being shamed.
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We are to believe that Khan’s religion has nothing to do with it. But if his intention is to introduce Sharia by stealth, what better way to start than by promoting issues with which Muslims and feminists share common ground?
After a few minutes, Goldmund sniffed out a target: a chunky hormone therapy experiment with translucent skin and Sailor Jerry tattoos. I asked her my first question: “Why are you supporting Bernie Sanders?”
“Well, I’m just really into the democratic revolution he’s inspiring,” said the hipsterette, her vocal fry stinging my eardrums.
“Well, is there a specific issue you care about?” I inquired. “Healthcare, education, climate change or something?”
“I just really like everything Bernie’s doing. He’s reaaalllyyy inspiring.”
“Okay, next question: what do you think of Donald Trump?”
“I think he’s a piece of shit!” she slurred, her head bobbing back and forth in a fashion reminiscent of convalescent home patients.
“Mmmm hmmm,” I nodded. “Okay, last question: Bernie Sanders loses the primary and it’s Trump vs. Hillary. Who will you vote for?”
“Ummmmmm…” I could practically see the gears in her head slowly begin rotating, trying to formulate an answer that wouldn’t get her banned from all the cool hipster parties.
“Errrrrr, I think I’d vote for Hillary, because Donald Trump is a piece of shit,” she slurred, a full ten seconds after I asked the question.
“Okay, why is Donald Trump a piece of shit?” Goldmund snapped, getting irritated. “Is it his personality? His politics?”
“Well, I’ve just never voted for a Republican in my life and I’m not going to start now,” she spat.
We thanked her for her time and walked off. Goldmund didn’t bother posting the video footage online for obvious reasons.
Because along with the constant drum beat for socialism and enslaving the world’s population, there’s nothing more these people masturbate to than diversity and the insistence there’s no such thing as culture or race or ethnicity (which ironically would be diversity). And these two things (socialism and diversity) are mutually exclusive.
Unless you’re a REALLY REALLY white person, you simply have too much self-respect to vote in your own slavery. You’re not working for other people, you’re nobody’s slave, and you’re going to try to keep as much of yours as possible. Of course, this won’t prevent you from voting for socialism anyway because you think you’re special. That you won’t have to actually be the slave and pay the taxes. That’s for other people. And thus, unlike our Scandinavian counterparts you’ll vote for socialism, but won’t put forth the selfless-work ethic to make it work. Alas, socialist hell holes like…well…all of them form.
Venezuela, Cuba, Bolivia, the Soviet Union, North Korea, East Germany, etc. etc.
All people of all colors of the rainbow just won’t take communism, but they’ll sure as hell vote it in. And thus non-REALLY REALLY white people suffer.
Latinos in Venezuela.
Blacks in Detroit.
Chavs in the UK.
Chinese buried in mass-graves.
Liberal arts-majoring millennials in college campuses.
If I was in the United States dating market right now, I would announce from the beginning of a conversation with a girl that I’m a Trump fan. I would put it in all my dating profiles and bring it up within five minutes of meeting a girl using one of the following lines:
“Today I’m actually having a good day because my Donald Trump hat came in.”
“Excuse me, I was on my way to a Trump supporter meeting but you have a happy walk and I wanted to know if you were also going to the same Trump meeting.”
“What do I do? I support Trump. I’m doing some work now to make sure he gets elected this November, because it’s time to make America great again.”
The goal is to find a way early on to declare your allegiance to Trump. You’re doing this primarily to exclude women who don’t want to make America great again, not to build attraction (though it may do so). At this point in our societal decline, it doesn’t make sense to sexually reward a girl who wants to destroy the country with a socialist or globalist candidate.
Most men, even if they’re still swimming in ocean of blue pills, have some awareness that something has gone awry with the relationship between men and women. Statistics prove this as well as divorce has been epidemic for a while now with record-number of children growing up with single parent around the world while young people are having less sex than before. And whether you be a feminist or part of the manosphere, I think both sides can agree on one thing: that a war between the sexes have been heating up in the recent years.
Why is all this happening? While men and women tend to play the blame game to avoid taking any responsibility, there are greater forces at play. The fact is, the continuing transformation of our society is making the antagonism between the sexes inevitable. Feminism is just a symptom, not the cause of our problems.
Several of my friends have recently opened up about their sexual anxieties. From serious intimacy issues to a desire to flirt or fumble with everyone apart from their other half – the overwhelming and overarching thing that tied them all together was that they all had sexual anxiety.
It turns out that many of the people I know are thinking about sex a lot. However, they come home from work, watch TV, scroll through Twitter and, if sex does occur, it is usually the last thing to happen in the day, almost as an afterthought. For us single folk, it’s just as dire: we endure moments of physicality bursting from stretches of celibacy. It’s no wonder that 25- to 35-year-olds were collectively the lowest-scoring age group for monthly fornications – we’re all either ignoring our partners or desperately seeking one.
5. No Internet
If I go outside, I don’t like to bring my phone. I leave the entire world wide web at home.
Then I enjoy whatever it is I’m doing. What friends I’m with. What walk I’m taking. What games I’m playing. And I go home.
I make real connections instead of digital ones. This seems trite. But real is more solid than digital.
I’ve even stopped hanging out with people who look at their phone while talking to me. I don’t need to be with people who are ghosts right in front of me.
Did I miss something? Probably. Do I care? I kind of do. It makes me a little anxious to be honest.
But will I get over it. Yes I will.
Can people with 9-5 jobs leave the Internet at the office? Yes they can. In fact, breaks and “disconnections” are often correlated with higher success at the office.