Linkage: 22 November, 2016 #TheTriggering
The only issue in the world I’ve ever cared about is free speech. Since I was a kid growing up, we used outlets like music, drawing, and writing to express ourselves freely. It was the best way to release anger and vent frustration.
I do the same thing in my professional life, its just a lot more productive now that its fueled for a desire to help others.
Trump is crass, I don’t think he is a good person, and I don’t think he even has a solid political plan.
I don’t give a fuck–its what he represents that matters. The spirit that he brings to the public. Its a kind of energy that effects people when they listen to him.
If he’s elected President, his brash attitude, unfiltered mouth, and confidence will be on full display. And thats what this country needs right now. We’ve let political correctness go way to far and its inhibiting our creativity.
Thats the gist of it.
It works so well on the liberal girls because all of them act like they respect creativity and art. There is no way they would be caught dead saying anything against it.
Identity politics is thus a substitute for having an actual personality.
It is also instant companionship for those who are unable to find friends because they lack said personality. They are also very easy to join. In the case of the gay group all you need to do is say that you’re attracted to the same sex. You don’t even have to physically sleep with them. You can join a disabled group by claiming that you’re suffering from PTSD. Simples.
Every group that exists within identity politics will skew heavily to the left for the simple reason that most of them are somewhat insane and unable to function within the real world. Their cognitive dissonance thus shields them from what would otherwise be obvious weaknesses in their belief system.
It’s a bit amusing, as the way the numbers work out, it’s pretty clear that women prefer wi-fi and chocolate, whereas men prefer sex and alcohol. But I am surprised, as I would have expected television to rank higher for women than either wi-fi or chocolate.
Female readers, you may now proceed to snowflake.
The feminist movement purports to improve conditions for women, and yet only a minority of women in modern societies self-identify as feminists. This is known as the feminist paradox.
It has been suggested that feminists exhibit both physiological and psychological characteristics associated with heightened masculinization, which may predispose women for heightened competitiveness, sex-atypical behaviors, and belief in the interchangeability of sex roles.
If feminist activists, i.e., those that manufacture the public image of feminism, are indeed masculinized relative to women in general, this might explain why the views and preferences of these two groups are at variance with each other. We measured the 2D:4D digit ratios (collected from both hands) and a personality trait known as dominance (measured with the Directiveness scale) in a sample of women attending a feminist conference. The sample exhibited significantly more masculine 2D:4D and higher dominance ratings than comparison samples representative of women in general, and these variables were furthermore positively correlated for both hands. The feminist paradox might thus to some extent be explained by biological differences between women in general and the activist women who formulate the feminist agenda.
This was a master class in Trump Game.
Not all iterations of Trump Game will sound like this one, but they will all share the same themes: proud ZFG Trump support and provocation, shit test destruction, unshakeable frame, and bold leadership.
The God Emperor would approve.
The rise in “regret rape” — my term for the post-cock, morning-after rationalization of a pump and dump night of consensual sex as an incidence of “rape” by bitter, sad, emotionally unstable women of middling SMV — is tied up with the explosion of gynocratic psychotherapy and the planting of false memories by malicious feminist therapists educated by the thousands in man-hating women’s studies programs.
All the recent research is converging on the conclusion that planting false memories in patients is easy to do. This presents serious problems for jurors in rape or sexual assault cases, who must somehow discern if a defendant’s recalled memories are real or phantoms implanted by an unethical bulldyke psychotherapist.
Researchers questioned the students for three sessions of about 40 minutes each. They asked them to recall two events in their past: the true event and an added false one, both of which they said the caregivers had told them about. The false event was described in as general terms as possible — simply “an assault” or “an incident where you were in contact with the police.”
If subjects said they couldn’t remember the false event, questioners reassured them they would be able to retrieve their “lost memories” if they tried hard enough. If they began to “remember,” experimenters asked for more detail. Do you recall any images? How did you feel? Visualize what it might have been like, they said, and the memory will come back to you.
By the end of the third interview, more than 70 per cent of subjects came to believe they had committed a crime just five or so years in the past. They didn’t merely agree they had done what the experimenters suggested — they generated all the details of the crime themselves, recalling vivid sensory memories and often becoming emotional and guilt-ridden.
Some subjects persisted in believing they were guilty after they had been told the “crime” had been invented. “A few people argued with the experimenter and said, ‘Well no, I know this happened,’ ” says Porter.
Think that’s scary? The psychologists did.
Contrary to feminist claims (what else is new?), social conditioning is a phantom that has no bearing whatsoever on how girls and boys turn out. Sex-based behaviors are hardwired; baked into the cortical cake the moment sperm spears egg.
A tragic footnote to that study is the description of parents sensing their little girl is a bit too “boyish” and feebly attempting corrective measures to get her to behave more girl-like. This must be the life story of every manjawed femcunt who currently functions as a Narrative Reinforcer for the leftoid media machine.
I knew that Donald Trump was going to win because he represents the power, control, mastery and efficacy of patriarchy under enlightened white males.
Did you just have a heart attack, Dale? Trump is a man, and does not appear the slightest bit inclined to put up with the pathetic mewling of pampered women who think they’re oppressed or the whining of lesser men who reject the standards of traditional masculinity because hitting them is hard work and they’d rather not. You might like my video on why men should vote for Trump. Apparently, I was right.
Both men and women voted to bring back patriarchy. It’s kind of interesting, because feminists want patriarchy, too. They are angry little girls who don’t understand their own desires. I think they can mostly thank their single mothers for that.
American voters walked into the voting booth on November 8th, many of them likely misunderstanding their own pain tolerance. $2 pints of strawberries in November depend on illegal immigrant labor. Remember when strawberries were a treat you enjoyed in July and August and the rest of the year they were frozen? Those days are coming back. Doing without strawberries is hardly painful, but where is the tolerance line? At what point do voters burst into tears? Voters are celebrating Trump keeping the Ford SUV plant in the US and Apple opening discussions about building iPhones on home turf. That’s great! But those jobs aren’t free. They come with a price tag, and that price will be pain at the check-out. Americans have gotten used to prices that deflate continuously. Those prices were the result of globalism. Sourcing labor around the world allows kids in Malaysia to have jobs making Nikes for fat Americans rather than starve and it allows Nike to capture record profits, but there is a price for cheap Nikes.
Trump is going to punch a hole in that paradigm, and he might temporarily protect American workers from the realization they are not the badass cowboys they think they are, but eventually, everyone is going to have to come to the realization that pain is a real thing, and everyone breaks. Those kids in Malaysia are back to starving. I am not arguing in favor of globalism. Don’t get me wrong. What kids in Malaysia eat is a problem for Malaysia to solve. But let’s not pretend that Trump’s nationalism isn’t going to come with pain. It will. And that’s okay. As long as we are aware that much of our ability to handle pain is a self-inflicted delusion.
I am unabashedly overjoyed at the Trump presidency for a number of reasons, but the fact that he is about to lay an ass whoopin’ on the whole world is my main emotional motivator. Trump is going to hurt people. A lot of people. He is going to shatter our great self-delusion that we have any idea what suffering or strength really mean.
#BlackLivesMatter and rich white college kids and pampered feminists are about to find out that their ‘suffering’ has been the most enormous privilege. They will soon long to suffer the way they do now. Life is going to get a lot more basic, and consequently, have a lot more meaning.
One of the things I find appealing about the man-o-sphere is an emphasis on self improvement. An anarcho-capitialist society can only thrive if it is inhabited by competent people who strive to become greater and create value for each other. Self improvement is crucial.
This may seem obvious, but if we are going to bring back the patriarchy, we have to be men who are worthy of it. A patriarch who relies solely on the fact that he is a man will quickly be overthrown. However, a man who has authority because he has earned it by the way he lives will naturally retain it.
Thus, the first step in making progress under a Trump administration is the same as it would have been if Hillary had been elected—self-improvement.
Self-improvement involves the obvious things: getting in shape, training martial arts, getting rid of addictions, and exercising self-discipline. The process of self-improvement needs to be under-girded with a philosophy of life. For most men, this will involve adopting, and faithfully living, one of the faith-traditions. For others, it may mean adopting stoic philosophy. Whatever it is, it will have to be more substantial than the degenerate, “pleasure, wealth, and power at any cost” morality of our Spirit Cooking elites—lack of morality got us into this problem in the first place
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The one thing we must not do in wake of the Trump victory is rest on our laurels. If Hillary had won, we’d all have a great sense of urgency to protect what little remained of our way of life. Now that Trump is coming into power, the temptation is to relax—to just let Trump do it all. This temptation must be avoided. We must capitalize on the Trump victory with the same high level of urgency that we would have regarded a Hillary victory. If we don’t, we run the risk of losing all the ground we have gained.
I remember signing up for Facebook ten years ago. At this point in time, the new social media site was geared mostly toward college students and it was uncommon for anyone over the age of 25 to have an account.
But over the last decade we’ve seen Facebook morph into a $50 billion conglomerate and information kingpin acquiring massive power and wealth from the endless amounts of time users waste scrolling through their news feeds. This beast of a social media platform has gone on to consume the lives of millions, gather nefarious amounts of data, foster unnecessary personal dramas, and often cause more harm than good for its users.
It would be prudent to take a good hard look at your Facebook experience and ask yourself if it’s something that’s actually adding value to your life.
Here are five reasons why you should think carefully before using the world’s largest social media site.
The Buzz Aldrin Syndrome is where a man achieves such greatness, such accomplishments in life, that he is truly unrivaled and peerless.
While exhilarating at first, perhaps even earning one fame, riches, and fortune, the success also unintentionally alienates the person from the rest of society. At the time Buzz Aldrin only had three or four other astronauts who he could REALLY talk to, confide in, and relate to. The remaining 3 billion people on the planet (at the time) were just star-struck, wide-eyed sheep. Alas, Buzz Aldrin could be surrounded by scores of fans at a party, but still be completely alone mentally.
The syndrome is also exacerbated as one’s pinnacle achievements in life are likely correlated with retirement. You typically progress in your career, right up until the day you retire. However, here you leave the environment and network you’ve come accustomed, thrived in, and derived your entire agency from. Thus, in a very short period of time you go from the center of attention, the life of the party, the engine of the machine…to a retiree in California, drinking scotch, and eating KFC, longing for the days you could go back to the office again. Without the environment you derived all your worth and value from, you lose purpose in life, you lose mental stimulation, you lose your peers, and very likely sink into a crippling depression.
There are seven factors that, when combined, create the perfect storm for the Buzz Aldrin Syndrome to form.
It is not just dying, but will be death for us, because like all failing societies it is based on an illusion. Our illusion is that people are equal and therefore that any human desire is important, when in fact most people are unable to focus on reality and as a result are dedicated to distraction.
This society is death.
Because it insists on the value of all humans, it achieves the lowest common denominator, and in order to preserve that, throws away all higher, intelligent or realistic thinking. Our society seeks lies.
Its illusion is the notion that human beings can make things better by wanting them to be different. This is the root of ideology, a type of conjecture based in emotion and peer pressure instead of time-tested, realistic thought.
The root of this illusion is far. People are afraid that they will fall prey to nature through Darwinism, or society through insufficiency in a social setting. As a result, they demand that everyone be accepted no matter how wrong, and in so doing, they make wrongness equivalent to rightness.
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