Watch what you say

Perhaps that might be a bit of a surprising title, but it is a grim reminder about ‘real life’ and how stuck and plugged in most people are.  In this side of the net ideas are fairly free and they stand by their own merit and based on evidence, we accept truths no matter how much we would prefer them not to be.  (Like me once believing girls wanted nice guys) The reality though is, most of our beliefs or arguments are so radical as to be alienating, and while this might not matter at say a bar, if you aren’t prudent in your words can come back to bite you.

Frequenting sites on this side, we forget how dumb nearly 95%+ of America is, where the most extreme argument they have heard is that the pay gap is a lie – which or course they accept the pay gap as true, as proof of endless male dominion over the hapless innocent female. It is stunning at times the pure quantity of repetition of lies the pay gap is shipped out in. I find it especially annoying on shows like the daily show with their short-haired femcunts sarcastically saying how glad they are to be slaves to the males and a few of them will make a ‘whole person’.

This is a low level truth. Consider race, which borders into the ‘unspeakable’ category. That as a white male I am supposedly the most privileged being in existence, some sort of near demi-god that society hands me everything on a plate, while being female or black relegates you to near untouchable class. The self-sacrificing lie so many whites have swallowed in a testament to the monumentally good propaganda, that as a white those poor blacks ‘just need a chance’ etc. To point out that it is not fair that women or blacks get bonus points for jobs is near tantamount to proclaiming you are insane. As an aside, if you are trying to convert your friends, this is a good avenue, as this tends to be less racially charged than a lot, and you can point out ‘would it be fair if you lost a job to someone just because they were a women or black?’

I’ve lost a lot of old friends in recent years since taking the pill, I see how whipped, fearful, and controlled they are. I recently made a comment over text to a friend, and instead of addressing the un-pc issue, he wrote back this insanely politically correct message phrased in such a way as if he thought our phones were tapped and if he ever got hauled in he could present it as he perfect piece of evidence of how well he toes the line. It was disgusting, and this was someone who fancies himself a free thinker.

But it got me thinking, that while his response was out of fear, it was not totally irrational, as society has become so anti-male and anti-white proclaiming anything to the contrary will result in job loss or no job, or vilification etc. I can tell you first hand I have had a LOT of interviews ask me stupid shit like ‘can a woman do the same thing as a man?’ or ‘do you have a problem working with black people?’,

well ‘you know HR bitch, I do have a problem, I have a problem they get preference points that despite my better quals I lose to them’

‘Wow what a racist, maybe we can jail him on hate crimes.’

Think about this, why is being critical of women or minorities often a ‘hate crime’ but white men can be attacked ENDLESSLY as some joke? Mind control and propaganda is what it is. I can’t stand tv at all for the repetition of portrayals of the husband or male character as bumbling and saved only by his wife, or the badass that is driven on only because the women in his life. But if you pointed that out, you’d be called bitter or misogynist.

The reality is, I have found the more homophobic, racist, aggressive, unapologetic you are, the more girls generally like you, and I’ve slammed more out as the arrogant badass than as the stoic/nice guy but your words and actions have to be careful. You have to take very good account of your surroundings and realize how most of society is against you, and that racist word, or anti-female line might be funny, but how much damage could it do? Often a lot, so remember we are superior males with truth on our side, and being superior doesn’t mean recklessly attack every battle, it means to survey carefully, pick our battles and bring everything to bear when we select our target.

 

ek36

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12 thoughts on “Watch what you say

  1. Pingback: Watch what you say | Manosphere.com

  2. Good advice. Especially over the internet where all kinds of people can read and report to the authorities what you say. Over here in the UK one Nationalist got a 4 week prison sentence for sending one tweet to a Jewish MP over the issue of immigration:

    There has been a sense of outrage and widespread disgust at the announcement recently that Garron Helm, a twenty-one year old member of National Action, has been sentenced to a month in prison for effectively little more than being rude to a privileged minority politician.

    On 7th August, Garron apparently used Twitter to send a message to Jewish Liverpool Labour MP Luciana Berger. The message showed a picture of Miss Berger with a Third Reich era Star of David superimposed on her head, with the words, “Communist Jewess Luciana Berger, Liverpool Labour Party MP … “. The Twitter message went on to quote Miss Berger stating, “Labour never failed on immigration”, before concluding with the statement: “You can always trust a Jew to show their true colours eventually.”

    Clearly, it was most unwise of Garron to send such an obviously insulting message to someone such as Miss Berger, but young people often do fall into the trap of making impulsive gestures they later come to regret, especially on Twitter, a medium that seems to encourage such behaviour.
    (Source: http://www.westernspring.co.uk/the-martyrdom-of-garron-helm/)

    Four weeks in prison for publishing a mere 140 characters. That’s the kind of power that the éminence grise has at the mo’. Mind you, if the Muslims keep up with their recent activities in France and Denmark who knows what the future may hold.

  3. “To learn who rules over you, simply find out who you are not allowed to criticize.” – misattributed to Voltaire

    Nevertheless, what Garron did was rather juvenile. What was he expecting to achieve by calling names? It was rather predictable.

  4. This is why I don’t encourage recruiting. Let the internet teach low level beginners. There’s high risk and low profit. Most recruits don’t work out.

    The UK is a police state. The US is a less developed police state. You should conduct yourself like you like in the USSR. This is real. You can be jailed and lose your job for your political beliefs. The USA has gulags and political prisoners – naturally, they don’t call them that.

    Let others come to you, EK. Let them prove themselves, let them take the risks. You will be more advanced than most. Slowly, bring them in, but make them take the step.

  5. >Mind control and propaganda is what it is. I can’t stand tv at all for the repetition of portrayals of the husband or male character as bumbling and saved only by his wife, or the badass that is driven on only because the women in his life. But if you pointed that out, you’d be called bitter or misogynist.

    I can relate to this a lot. I can’t really watch most movies anymore, especially anything that deals with relationships. I watch some politics to keep up with some events but it pisses me off how all the discussions are in a liberal frame where all types of equalities are assumed as undeniable truth. I can still watch anime though.

    >I’ve lost a lot of old friends in recent years since taking the pill, I see how whipped, fearful, and controlled they are. I recently made a comment over text to a friend, and instead of addressing the un-pc issue, he wrote back this insanely politically correct message phrased in such a way as if he thought our phones were tapped and if he ever got hauled in he could present it as he perfect piece of evidence of how well he toes the line. It was disgusting, and this was someone who fancies himself a free thinker.

    Things don’t seem quite at this level yet in my parts. Or maybe I naturally attracted/chose friends that wouldn’t act this way? The things I’ve talked with my friends about jews, gypsies, muslims, blacks would probably get me instabanned on most forums haha. I haven’t talked much about women’s sexual strategy with them though I’ve discussed about some gender equality bullshit. I think the red pill on women is the hardest to swallow and I expect most would somewhat reject it. Probably not entirely, they probably would accept some form of purple pill (as Rollo calls it). I stay away from social media like Facebook/Twitter as that stuff is a honeypot and anything said there will 100% be used against you. It’s ironic how things changed. Back when I was a teen the meme “internet is srs bzns” was flying around, basically stuff on the internet was not to be taken seriously while now you see people losing their jobs because they said something that puts women or whatever group in a not so good light.

    • There are fairly laissez-faire anonymous/pseudonymous forums on the ‘net, if you know where to look. Self-employment minimizes the potential trouble with being politically incorrect as well.

      Also, try sidebar links at this blog:
      http://www.xenosystems.net/coldness/
      Not always entirely correct (in the truth content sense), but even if not, then at least incorrect in interesting ways.

      • Yes, I know there are forums that are not censored especially if you look for those that are dedicated to anti-narrative discussions. But I’m talking about more mainstream and non-political related forums. Ever been to the official forum of any video game? I don’t think I’ve seen one that doesn’t have some sticky where it says shit like “no racism, sexism, bigotry” and whatever other -ism they come up with. In fact, I don’t think the list used to be that long. I think it was initially just ‘no racism’ then the sexism and whatever else started being added. Fuck knows how much shit is going to be on it in a few years.

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