Commenter Buena Vista again comments,
One of my outcomes from the red pill reeducation camp is a firm conviction, demonstrated daily and even online, is the impossibility of discussing RP issues with women and blue pill men. (Deti originally articulated this, and I think he was right.) The men all prattle on like Tucker Carlson, telling us to Man UP! and be a woman’s walking selfie stick, and the women … well, duh. We’re not supposed to know the other side’s gameplan.
Anyway, enforced silence has its advantages and disadvantages. I’m of the opinion that a stoic confidence in the newly discovered order of things is generally a good thing, but it does induce more than happy certainty. There is a steeliness to the insights. People like Cill embody that here very well.
Metaphor Alert: Borrowing from American politics for a moment, consider the meme “Cold Anger.” Frankly, this is where I believe the airplane lands after it transitions through the ice and convection that is the thunderstorm of a RP awakening. This is what we have left, where once we held all the pretty lies dear. At least it’s an outlook that fosters action and resolve, rather than despair; it is not, incidentally, incompatible with humility, because it requires one to respect the danger that is the postmodern, hyper-narcissistic, open hypergamy, the- government-sees-us-as-donkeys-with-semen-and-dollars-to-collect, era.
Let us consider Red Pill men (and women). Probably they were searching for answers when they came upon it. Why were they searching for answers? Undoubtedly because of frustrations and failures in relationships with the other sex. Furthermore, undoubtedly many were spurred on by the nagging notion that there was something wrong about the situation in general; that there was something that they were not telling us. People like that, when presented with a logical, not overly complex, coherent model o reality, are ready converts.
What about the others; the people who appear to be somewhat intelligent (and perhaps maybe sympathetic to the cause), but when presented with red pill, spit it out. More often than not it is because they are so invested in the present situation (financially, emotionally, career, wife) that a disruptive set of ideas cannot be tolerated. For most, it is just a bridge too far.
So even though the present situation is exploitive of men in general, often leads to miserable adults, often leads to miserable children, we are all so co-dependent on the system and each other that almost nobody wants to do much about it. “Shut up” they say, as nobody wants to be reminded of their co-dependency.
So what should we do? BV suggests being strong role models, to show the world what for lack of better term, red pill men are, to from time to time prod people in the direction of the red pill. To be strong and resolute in doing this. In actuality, is there really any other choice. Once you see the truth, you cannot go back; and the way forward for the individual beckons.