Linkage: 4 July, 2017 #TheTriggering
I’ve seen it too many times to count in my life. You have an ugly woman, maybe even plain woman, who gives up the sex easily. They get much attention because we all know men talk. After a few years the woman forgets the real reason she gets attention from men. She starts thinking that she is hotter than a Dime. She even start thinking she is a Dime. The irony is that while she is getting men who only care about her doggy style she will be mean and arrogant with decent men who actually think she looks good and sincerely want a relationship with her.
If one pays attention to male/female sexual dynamics they will find that women who are above average in physical attractiveness tend to be at least be friendlier to men. It’s actually many ugly women who are mean and arrogant.
Some commentators have pointed this out as it is thought that ugly women should at least be nice. Naw. They are delusional. They mistake men using them as cum receptacles as genuine attraction. It is for this reason I advocate that men deal with quality women in terms of looks and personality. Men actually get a better deal.
Last Friday I had the opportunity to return to Obsidian’s blogtalk radio show. It’s been a while since I’ve been on live with O and Allan Roger Currie and it’s always enjoyable, especially when it’s a call-in show. I really think Obsidian fills a very vital role in serving the African-American community by marrying Red Pill awareness to Black culture.
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Simultaneously, this open source nature is also something that frightens Blue Pill believers locked into our feminine-primary social order. The fact that this community is so broad in terms of demographics and socioeconomic levels of the men who seek and find it is something that really threatens the ego-investments of people still trapped in the Matrix of the Village.
We discussed this at length in this interview. It’s interesting to me how fluidly Red Pill detractors will reinvent their rationales to the same, very old, debates we’ve been hashing out for years.
We covered a lot of material in this interview, and by that I mean stuff I don’t generally get asked about.
Of course when there is an attack on a Western country then the usual platitudes come stampeding out of the progressive closet like the festering grab-bag of mindless blatherings that they are. The one that always astounds me, if I can be astounded anymore, is when there comes the call to pray for whatever location was the unfortunate hotspot. There’s been a few of them.
It’s astonishing because the progressive left jettisoned God and religion long ago. And yet they still cling to the old terminology to provide them with false comfort.
Perhaps it’s because saying ‘Oh great Gaia’ doesn’t yet have a pleasing ring to it. Still, it’s an impressive list of praying to a God that they routinely mock and don’t believe in while they bend over backwards to accommodate a rival religion that wants to destroy them.
Another Ford news chunk came out this week, (see what I mean about her ability to stay in the public focus?), concerning a bookshop that is being targeted by men’s rights idiots because the bookshop stocks Ford’s book. Far from being cowed the business owners played it up at every opportunity, eliciting praise even from the gelatinous cube herself.
This might seem shocking to you but if I owned a bookshop I would stock Ford’s book.
I would stock books from all across the political and social spectrum with only one caveat: they would have to sell. That’s because a bookshop is in the business of selling books, not making political stands and alienating potential customers.
If you stock everything then the only ones that you alienate are the extremist morons such as the MRAs in the above example, and they most probably were never going to buy any books to begin with.
Of course, many bookshop owners do make the mistake of conflating their own views with their business, and they’re the same ones who wonder why their returns are so dismal. In such a competitive market the only way that you can survive is to stay neutral and remain above the fray. Books and ideas should rise or fall in the marketplace of ideas and the only way that this can happen is if they are available in the first place.
But I didn’t let it go at all. The idea sat there over the weekend. It festered. And I began to do that thing which is most dangerous to a writer. I began to ponder.
The mental block for me is the very idea that Hawking could be an imposter, but then I remembered the quote from a certain former German politician that goes along the lines of the public will most easily believe a very big lie over a small one.
The next step was to do some digging.
Remember; women find themselves, but men make themselves. The difference is crucial. Men are the tinkerers, the doers. Men have hobbies; women go to the gym. Men have interests; women have book clubs. Men are outcome focused; women are process focused.
A well-rounded man is an interesting man, and an interesting man is a confident man. Women love interesting men because it communicates to them that he doesn’t really need them in his life, and women always want what they cannot obtain. This goes together with Rollo’s dictum that a woman must always be a compliment to your life, not the central focus.
In short, women want a man who doesn’t need a woman.
It not only takes the pressure off them, it communicates that here is a man that is going to get on with it and achieve stuff. Someone who will make the decisions and lead. That is what women want.
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