Yellow Fever as Sublimated Pedophilia

Hypothesis.

Reading up on the Roissy situation, I came across this website. Excerpt:

Asian people have very neotenous (youthful, innocent looking) faces. This neoteny makes Asian girls cute, while having disadvantageous effects on the men; they look harmless, feminine and prepubescent.

While I object to the description of Asian “girls” as “cute,” that comment on neoteny is accurate; for example, see here.

It is an interesting point that the same features that make Asian females attractive to “awkward squad” White males also makes Asian males unattractive to everyone. Negroes in contrast can be considered the opposite – an anti-neotenic race for which the males have the most success in attracting mates across racial lines, while the females have a much lower relative sexual marketplace value (SMV).

This is also consistent with my previous discussion that there is a subtle underlying correlation between Yellow Fever and pedophilia. I am not saying that Yellow Fever White males are pedophiles; instead, such socially awkward White males may have a subtle, perhaps unconscious, preference for very young, innocent, non-threatening females for sexual access, and these desires are sublimated into an attraction to adult Asian females, who display neoteny.

Thus, Yellow Fever may be sublimated pedophilia.

I have also previously written that low SMV White males prefer Asian females because they can get better SMV there. Thus, because Asian females prefer White males (more masculine than Asian males, but more good-looking, intelligent, acceptable, and productive than Negro males), low-quality White males get a SMV boost.  Thus, a White male who is a “4” to White females may be a “7” to Asian females – thus, instead of being an incel or being stuck with a 400 pound Walmart White Whale, the White male can be with an Asian female he considers “cute.”

In bed with the press, again.  This is a mistake. In general, the only time WNs should talk to the press is if they are involved in an electoral campaign – as the candidate, or as an advisor or spokesman for the candidate.  Otherwise – with some specific exceptions dependent upon a particular situation (which this is not an example of) – there is no good reason to do so.

What’s the agenda here?  To bring ideas to the masses? Laughable. To reaffirm leadership status, as the Counter-Currents article suggested?  Or to delegitimize Trump by tarring him with WN and Unite the Right?

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