Some hard truths. In all cases, emphasis added.
Stop spending on her. That includes not giving money to female Alt Lite YouTubers so that they can – in the words of a certain “movement leader” – buy all sorts of silly, frilly things.
Let’s consider prostitution. There are good reasons to crack down on prostitution, and I support such a crackdown. However, I suspect that one reason why some people – particularly women – oppose prostitution is that it hits a bit too close to home: women exchanging sex for money is just a more crass and “in your face” version of the typical “beta bux” female approach of exchanging sex for male provision and resources. And then there is the competition aspect – if men can get what they want with a straightforward cash payment, instead of the commitment package that includes continual emotional torment, then that may be a preferred choice, putting typical women at a competitive disadvantage. After all, from a MGTOW perspective, marriage (or any other long-term relationship) is a form of prostitution as well.
That said, the health aspect, the family formation and societal stability aspect, and aspects of honor and dignity (for all involved) argue against prostitution – but at the same token, one must crackdown on “alpha fux, beta bux” as well. A traditional patriarchal (Western) society is a prerequisite for any serious crackdown against prostitution.
The “God Emperor” is an incompetent, disloyal, low-life cuck.
Yet all these Never Trumpers apparently have more job security than genuine Trump supporters…
…The worst example of this craven behavior: the case of former White House speechwriter Darren Beattie. Beattie was fired for the grievous crime of delivering an unexceptionable speech at a conservative academic conference also addressed (equally unexceptionably) by VDARE.com’s own Peter Brimelow.
Remember, Beattie sacrificed his promising academic career (tenure-track position at Duke) to support Trump in the 2016 election. But that obviously meant nothing to his superiors. He was let go by a communications shop that sorely lacks the speechwriter’s intellect and courage.
Another disheartening example is found in the termination of Taylor Weyeneth. This 24-year-old worked on the Trump campaign first as unpaid volunteer, then worked his way up. Weyeneth eventually rose in the White House to take a top job in its drug policy office. But then a Washington Post story came out on his alleged lack of credentials, and he was summarily fired. His loyalty and long-time support of the President made no difference in the face of bad press. [Promoted six times and then fired: Inside a 24-year-old political appointee’s wild ride in Trump’s Washington, by Robert O’Harrow Jr., Washington Post, June 15, 2018]…
…Yet ultimately, the buck stops with President Trump. He has little awareness that personnel is policy and appears not to care much about staff decisions aside from a few top aides. He outsourced staffing decisions to the GOP Establishment, which promptly filled “his” administration with Trump’s enemies.
Using postage stamps to measure East Asian erections. Sounds about right. They can use those stamps as makeshift bras for the “women” as well.
Let’s see. The execrable Zman hangs out at racialist conferences, is buddies with Johnson, lacks understanding of why European nationalism is more successful than the American version (you know, the one that Johnson is a “leader” of), while at the same time not realizing that that nationalism is not half as successful as American Nutzis think it is.
Sounds about right. And get this:
…Frodi took the opportunity to make a point that I don’t think gets made enough. What he said was that one crazy person in your movement can chase off hundreds of normal people. Therefore, the top duty of any political or cultural movement is to guard against being associated with crazies. This seems obvious to me, but our side of the great divide has struggled to get this right.
Yes sir! After all, folks who talk about the pyramids of Atlantis being built by psychokinesis, or who promote war and ethnic cleansing among Europeans or who think “extreme vetting” is to ask “are you Swedish?” are the paragons of sanity, while those who are constantly correct time and again, who show foresight and predictive value, and who make cogent criticisms of Der Movement, are “crazy and bitter.” The problem, dear Zman, is that your “movement” “guards against” the sane, informed, and competent, while openly embracing defectives, Nutzis, and false dogma. One wonders if any of these self-proclaimed guardians realize that some would consider them to be the crazies?
In addition, it’s a wonder that American Nutzis can get anything done at conferences held in Scandinavia. One would think they’d be in a perpetual state of orgasm from all the concentrated Nordicness. One could imagine some of these fellows running manically through the streets, asking random strangers (natives, not immigrants) if they would like to attend an extreme-vetted meeting. Maybe be a guest speaker?
These guys should instead hold their conferences somewhere in Southern Europe, where their disgust at the native population would keep them safely within the walls of the conference hall, concentrating on the tasks at hand.