Marching off of a Cliff


Over at Dalrock’s, commenter Anon writes,

In the end it really isn’t all that bad for the narrative either, because for nearly all feminists this isn’t about actually having women perform at the level of men, but about disgracing the institutions that they see as conferring status on men.

This is important, and needs to be stated more often. This is not well-understood even among most red-pill types. Everything from women in the military, to women in tech, to women in Wall Street, stems from this.

Note that when ‘feminists’ want to disgrace institutions that confer status to men, they want to dismantle the pillars that civilization is built on. Hence, ‘feminists’ are precisely opposed to civilization, to a degree no other group is.

This view is indeed not widely considered.  Typically feminists have been taken on face value that they want to be Army Rangers, Fighter Pilots, Captains of Industry, etc. because of they are ambitious and because of inequality and stuff.  Supposedly they want to be awesome like men, and at least implicitly contribute to society by being as such.

What is the reality on the individual level?  If the path is cleared for them (affirmative action, free money, etc.), then they head down that path in a gallop.  That is why there are so many women at universities.  And of course, there are certain professions where no heavy lifting is required (HR, marketing, etc.).  And of course, most everywhere the path upward in management is cleared.  In places where the work takes skill, the skill take work to develop, and it is very obvious when one does not have the skill, women tend to shy away.  Examples include the Army Rangers, STEM fields, etc.  But then who could blame women for avoiding these fields, with the leg up that they have elsewhere.  Men typically have no such luxury.

But what about the larger perspective?  Are all of these women useful idiots?  Are they being driven forward in an attempt to undermine and destroy these institutions?  If so, it does appear to be working.  Go to the Dalrock post that spawned the quoted commentScan through the comments.  Look at how the military is being undermined. A larger question is: why is it being done? Out of spite?  Perhaps they want everybody to live as third world types?

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99 comments on “Marching off of a Cliff
  1. Yoda says:

    Even happens in the National Football League with their pink crap it does.
    Pink shoes, ribbons, other stuff all on display it would be.

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  2. Spawny Get says:

    Happens in Rugby too. But we don’t talk about that in the presence of the upside-downies. It’s dispiriting.

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  3. Yoda says:

    In USA for some idd reason people wartch the Super Bowl to see the commercials they do.
    A commercial with Amy Schumer for Bud Lite beer happened it did.
    Flatter her it did not.

    On another note, two commercials for two different products featured talking bears they did.
    Kinda like going to a party and somebody else has the same dress it would be.

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  4. Yoda says:

    Ms. Schumer the unique problem of looking fatter than she is she would have

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  5. Cill says:

    I’ve been aware of feminists’ and SJWs’ intention to destroy Western Civilisation for a long time. It is being done out of blind, pig-ignorant group think. They are obsessed with their hatred of the Patriarchy. The straight white male is the worst critter to walk on the face of this planet, they think, so everything else must be better no matter what. This is why feminists are in the vanguard of the crusade for diversity. People in China find it incomprehensible. Can you blame them? Feminists and SJWs really do make the Western world look ridiculous, and western men too look ridiculous for letting it get this bad.

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  6. Cill says:

    All Americans except Yoda are watching the super bowl right? I started to watch it but not understanding the rules I didn’t get anything out of it.

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  7. Yoda says:

    Watching the Super Bowl on Degoba I am

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  8. Sumo says:

    What’s a super bowl?

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  9. Cill says:

    Would Canadians say “Marching off of a cliff” or “Marching off a cliff”?

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  10. Sumo says:

    This one would say “marching off a cliff”, but I was never really a fan of all that fancy book learnin’.

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  11. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Amy Schumer would be a good spokesman for Bud Heavy. 😛
    Two commercials with talking bears? I love it!

    I don’t think feminists have thought beyond desroting the institutions from which men derive dignity. They want to destroy all paths for men to dignity.
    I don’t think they have considered the consequences of wrecking the military. They are that myopic.

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  12. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    COTWA on politics. Hillary, Steinem, and Madeline Albright.

    http://www.cotwa.info/2016/02/feminists-tell-young-women-they-are.html

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  13. Yoda says:

    How a Kiwi say it they would?

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  14. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Roosh has a press conference. Vox Day approves.

    http://alphagameplan.blogspot.com/2016/02/rooshv-rapes-media.html

    Whatver happened to Edward R. Murrow?

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  15. Cill says:

    “How a Kiwi say it they would?”
    Never off of.The “of” is superfluous. “March off a cliff”. “He is the son of x”.

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  16. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    One of the comments from Vox Day’s post.

    “Like I said my LOCAL papers (both in Sheffield and ROTHERHAM, England) have ran articles on “Pro rape” Roosh. ROTHERHAM! Fucking unbelievable!”

    If you didn’t see the video, I do recommend it. Roosh is more of a journalist than the roomful of hacks that came to the conference.

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  17. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Something new from Paul Elam.

    In a case like this, the accused man should have recourse through the law. Both the accuser and the prosecutor should be prosecuted, with full vigor.

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  18. Sumo says:

    Fuck Elam, and fuck AVFM. They should rename themselves “A Voice For Omega Punk-Ass Bitches”. While I may agree that they may occasionally address some issues that pertain to men in general, most of their schtick, in my opinion, only serves to attempt to secure their place as the “leaders” of the MRM.

    Those pussy-ass mofos do not, and never will, lead peeps like The Mighty Sumo.

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  19. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Sumo,
    Did you watch the video? If this isn’t a clear, textbook case of malicious prosecution, nothing is.
    About Paul and the crew at AVfM, I wish they hadn’t done so much to alienate others who would be natural allies. If they had kept it together as they had back in Summer 2014, who knows where we would be now?

    Watch the video!

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  20. Cill says:

    “Fuck Elam, and fuck AVFM. They should rename themselves “

    A Voice For Omega Punk-Ass Bitches”.”

    I agree. They kicked me out of a club I didn’t even know I belonged to in the first place. There was Paul Elam and another bloke with shifty eyes kicking me out of a place I never was in? God men can be fucking stupid.

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  21. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Sumo,
    This ome looks like it is shaping up to be another one.

    I had heard that there was a lot of talking among the witnesses in the Gregory Elliott cas too. Lucky for him, he got aquitted but, there is no way he can recover.

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  22. Spawny Get says:

    That video is a good one. I’m glad he made it. I’ll watch such videos as you recommend them, Fuzzie. But I don’t have any interest in avfm. I’ve seen their comment policing. I’ve seen the pigtow bullshit. Also driven by Dean no-credibility Esmay.

    These are not leaders of the movement that I’d recommend to anyone. Personally I have no interest in following any leaders, but the odd figurehead can be useful. This figurehead has too much baggage for my tastes.

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  23. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Spawny Get,
    We do need somene we can get behind to be effective. It’s a shame that Paul tore AVfM apart.

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  24. Spawny Get says:

    “It’s a shame that Paul tore AVfM apart.”
    yep.

    I’m more of a ‘I’ll lend you a hand for a while’ type of person, rather than a follower TBH. And I’m certainly not the type to follow someone who has repeatedly displayed poor judgement, but worse? not had the sense to admit the poor judgement. I’d have made a very poor soldier in the trenches of WW I.

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  25. Tarnished says:

    We do need somene we can get behind to be effective.

    MRAs need a leader.
    Each MGTOW already has one.

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  26. Tarnished says:

    Marching off a cliff.
    The “of” can be included, but is unnecessary overall.

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  27. Tarnished says:

    I did not watch the Super Bowl. I’ve no TV service for doing so, and it’s all just sports-ball to me.

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  28. Liz says:

    “I don’t think they have considered the consequences of wrecking the military. They are that myopic.”
    Yes.
    They’ve thought about the longterm consequences of their actions in the same way a compulsive gambler thinks about his debt, or an alcoholic his liver, or a meth addict his teeth.

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  29. Spawny Get says:

    Project Fear update courtesy of Breitbart comments (edited by me)

    Project fear is alive and well.

    This is one example from the meme that if we leave the EU:
    a) All trade will cease immediately.
    b) Nobody can visit the Continent and we will have to remain in the Anglo-Gulag.
    c) All flights to Europe will be grounded.
    d) The £ will implode.
    e) Three million jobs will vanish in six weeks.
    f) Crops will fail (no CAP you see).
    g) The immigration crisis will get ten times worse as all refugees will be sent to the UK.
    h) The Sun will no longer rise in the morning.
    i) Obama will tell us to take our little BRITISH nation to Hell.
    j) Worst of all, the political class will be ostracised by their friends in the EU.
    k) No more EU junkets for the boys and girls

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  30. SFC Ton says:

    , because for nearly all feminists this isn’t about actually having women perform at the level of men, but about disgracing the institutions that they see as conferring status on men…….

    I thought that was common knowledge. and it isn’t the “radical” feminist who are like that but women in general

    feminism doesn’t create these things inside women, it exploits the inborn behaviors of women and removes the social constraints… as in lets them lose like a hungry lion… ie i am woman hear me roar

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  31. SFC Ton says:

    bullfickingshit! they know what they are doing to the military and destroy it with glee. a professional military full of competent White men is an impediment there anti White goals

    you have to stop being naive if you want to turn the tide. this is about 2-4% of the population wanting to destroy Whites

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  32. Spawny Get says:

    Can’t remember if I mentioned it here but, a Shakespearean production company decided to play Hamlet in the Calais ‘Jungle’ camp. The result?
    Hamlet performance at the ‘jungle camp’ cut short because there were ‘lots of knives around’

    A Shakespeare’s Globe performance of Hamlet at the “Jungle” camp in Calais last week was cut short because “there were a lot of knives around”, organisers have revealed.

    Actors performed the play on a makeshift wooden stage to an audience of around 250 people on Wednesday with synopses of the plot given out in Farsi, Arabic, Pashtu and Kurdish.

    Dominic Dromgoole, Shakespeare Globe’s artistic director, said the performance was an example of “the ground-breaking tour’s ability to reach displaced people across the world”.

    At the time it was reported the production was cut shot because of the cold, but Tom Bird, the executive producer of The Globe said the real reason was because of the presence of knives.

    He told The Times: “People were trying to cut through to the backstage.

    “There were a lot of knives around.

    “That’s what really put me on edge. They were visible and out.”

    A Globe spokeswoman said: “We were aware of knives being present, but this was one of several factors that led us to lightly shorten what was always going to be a shortened version of the production.”

    How culturally enriching. I’m sure that JtO et al would put it down to financial hardship. Just like all the SJWs do.

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  33. SFC Ton says:

    Long term the people who are driving this train don’t need a military .
    they are international so they don’t really see a international threat. They prefer soft power for the now ( money, media, SJW type stuff)

    they need internal secret police type stuff and to eliminate their enemy; by overt genocide, covert genocide ( encouraging low birth rate for Whites with stuff like high taxes on middle class people, claims about word wide over population, feminism she can have it all, creating high cost of living situations through a host of means while encouraging high birth rate demographic groups to immigrate) and converting some group of Whites to support their goals… ie college education that indoctrinates more then it schools, the UMC and above type sorts, Hollywood, SJW again, environmentalism etc

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  34. SFC Ton says:

    given the technology of the time, the military during WW1 didn’t have many options
    what made the problem worse was the usa. if we would have stayed out of it, the war would have ended sooner, if we would have entered sooner the war would have ended sooner.

    Wilson wanted in, americans didn’t want to get involved. So he lied to get elected then engineered a reason to get in

    its what progressives do. like lincoln

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  35. Yoda says:

    There were a lot of knives around.

    “That’s what really put me on edge. They were visible and out.”

    Restless the natives were.
    “Cut to they chase” they should have

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  36. Yoda says:

    Cut to they chase” they should have

    Hamlet has a chase not

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  37. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Spawny Get,
    These people were putting on a benefit peformance and they weren’t welcomed?
    There can’t be a whole lot of entertainment in that camp.
    Time for thse guys to go home.

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  38. SFC Ton says:

    Which isn’t to say WW1 is americas fault; the continuation of the horrors of ww1 is

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  39. Liz says:

    “bullfickingshit! they know what they are doing to the military and destroy it with glee.”

    Lol Ouch Ton. Point taken.
    I do agree that they are trying to destroy the military, but I still don’t believe they realize the longterm consequences TO THEM in an environment where the types of predatorial violence (a consequence of collapse in social order and civilization as we know it) runs rampant without restraint.

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  40. Liz says:

    Put it this way, if they DID realize it, they would be arming themselves right now, like the rest of us. They’re convinced a few words on a piece of paper, like “laws” (and currency, too, is just a few words on paper) are going to save them. It won’t.

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  41. Cill says:

    Liz they are intellectually retarded.

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  42. Yoda says:

    Where the boys are,

    . Feminist Gloria Steinem says young women support Bernie because they want attention from boys.Steinem dropped the notion during an interview on Bill Maher’s show, in the context of a broader discussion of this season’s Democratic primary.

    https://newrepublic.com/minutes/129335/feminist-gloria-steinem-says-young-women-support-bernie-want-attention-boys

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  43. Yoda says:

    A lesson in humility this is,

    Newton may be the best player in football, but as a man he has a lot of learning to do. He needs to study the virtue called humility.

    Newton is a braggart, a showboat and a clown. He says things like, “Hear me out. I’m just saying that so much of my talents have not been seen in one person.” (“Just”!) He does elaborate end-zone dances right in the faces of opposing players. (“If you don’t like it, keep me out of the end zone,” he later said.) Even getting a simple first down inspires him to strike a pose. He named his son “Chosen,” he says, because he didn’t want the kid to carry the awful burden of being known as Cam Newton Jr. Apparently those were the only two options. “Saint” was already taken.

    After Sunday’s game, win or lose, a remarkable event will occur in the vicinity of Peyton Manning: Opposing players will line up to shake hands with him. That’s the respect that comes with not only being a legendary player but a good man. Manning never humiliated his opponents, never trash-talked them, never forgot the value of sportsmanship. He is the only player ever to win five MVP awards and the only one to beat Tom Brady three times in the postseason. Yet he never acts like he is The Man because he never forgets that he is a man. No one calls him arrogant.

    Manning knows the importance of humility.

    Humility is good sportsmanship. It increases your value as a celebrity endorser, and it is simply a smart move in the rough-justice subculture of the NFL, in which a respected player simply gets pushed out of bounds but one who has angered the other team can find his knees being taken out instead. Ex-Chicago Bears defensive end Richard Dent, a Hall of Famer and MVP of Super Bowl XX, said if he was playing against Newton today, “I’m going to knock your ass out of the game. That would’ve been my approach.”

    http://nypost.com/2016/02/06/cam-newton-donald-trump-and-the-lost-virtue-of-humility/

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  44. Gloria is calling out team woman, the old herd shaming.

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  45. Liz says:

    Yep, Bloom.

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  46. Liz says:

    I remember back in college, i was a witness for the defense and I was completely honest about the character of this girl (an acquaintance, who had been a semi-friend up until then). I wasn’t catty at all, and I supplied direct examples (the girl was in fact a liar, and a thief, and I only knew about 1/10th of it the rest came out quickly enough).
    At the end of the interview, the female attorney at the table accused me of being mean. Her words were (paraphrasing, I can’t remember exactly now): “Girls sure are mean to girls these days…”

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  47. Liz says:

    She’d accused her boss of rape. Probably should have added that.

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  48. Liz says:

    This wasn’t in court either. She wasn’t trying to convince anyone. But she was one of the prosecuting attorneys. What she wanted to do was shame me into changing my opinion and my statement.

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  49. Spawny Get says:

    How unwise of her, you taught her better.

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  50. Farm Boy says:

    There is your “tribe”, and there is “right”. They are not always the same

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  51. SFC Ton says:

    Liz in general they will be immune to the violence

    there wont really be nation states anymore, sure there will be lines on the map but they wont mean anything because the people who run the show( from behind the scenes), and be able to shift their wealth and persons from one state to the next( if they mismanage things and large scale violence occurs)

    there will still be various levels of police for the day to day stuff, their money will buy them space from the rift raft and personal security details of the the highest order

    Brazil and a lot of places down there would be the go to example

    The real power players are operating behind the scenes and are buying gold and hired guns like crazy. These are people who would think of Trump as a poor

    Speaking of Trump, I have never really seen him display poor sportsmanship and sportsmanship is not humility. Humility is not thinking more of your self then you actually are put fuck humility. Its a concept used as a club against men with swagger… or the kind of swagger pussy ass preachers and SJW (I know same same) use against men they dont like…. which are all men with any sense of masculine pride and ambition. Far cry from actual Biblical type humility

    Farm Boy, your tribe is always right even when they are wrong because they are your tribe. the people who lest want to kill you and take your shit.

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  52. Spawny Get says:

    There are circumstances where I’d apply ‘my country, right or wrong’ for the tribe. But they’re far from those that pertain currently. Right now I feel able to be a little idealistic. In ‘The walking dead’ scenario? Maybe not. But I wouldn’t follow Ranger Rick, let’s leave it there 😉

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  53. Sumo says:

    But I wouldn’t follow Ranger Rick, let’s leave it there

    Well, who in their right mind would follow a silly Englishman? 😀

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  54. Spawny Get says:

    Rick’s a Brit?
    Now I know why the empire died.

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  55. Sumo says:

    The actor who plays Rick is a Brit, yes.

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  56. @ Ton, I have not been able to “like” any of your comments lately, not because they aren’t true, but because it’s so depressing that they likely are more true than I even know! I don’t like that…but… it is what it is. 😦

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  57. I wonder if some of these super rich folks ever stop and think you can’t take it with you? Or that there’s a lot more interesting and worthy things to do with one’s life than simply build a bank account?

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  58. I suppose to some people, secretly ruling the world would be gratifying, but I dunno… Seems kinda creepy to me. I picture Dr. Evil in some hollowed out mountain lair or something…

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  59. Cill says:

    Number Two would be doing Dr Evil’s dirty work behind the scenes, getting to the bottom of things, getting his fingers dirty. Dr Evil kept treating Number Two like crap. Number Two could be a pain in the arse, I guess.

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  60. Yoda says:

    Keeps plugging away Number Two does

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  61. Yoda says:

    Though been in the dumper lately he has

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  62. Yoda says:

    Roosh,

    The bottom line, though, is that “not a single woman has been hurt by me,” says Roosh. “I’ve never been accused of rape, I’ve never been charged. No follower of mine has read something of [mine], and then gone on to rape, because I know if they did hurt a woman it’d be all over the news.”

    The whole thing calls to mind two more male writers: Matt Taibbi, probably best known for his work at Rolling Stone, and Mark Ames, who now writes for outlets such as Pando. The pair worked together at an English-language newspaper in Russia in the late ’90s and subsequently published a book about the experience called The Exile: Sex, Drugs, and Libel in the New Russia. Within this book, there are scenes of the mostly-male Exile editors sexually harassing their administrative staff—going so far as to tell secretaries they must sleep with them to keep their jobs—and Ames threatening to kill his pregnant Russian girlfriend if she doesn’t get an abortion. The men never claimed it was satire or nonfiction. In explaining, Ames was prone to saying things like “Russian women, especially on the first date, expect you to rape them.”

    Despite this, Taibbi and Ames have continued to flourish as leftist writers, and as far as I know no feminist groups or Canadian mayors have tried to prevent either from visiting the country. Perhaps they’re just lucky to have come of age in a different Internet era. Perhaps it helps that their politics and progressive credentials are otherwise right. . . .

    As much as we might hate to admit it, Roosh is a journalist. His main site, Return of Kings—one of the hubs of what’s sometimes called the “Manosphere”—and its forums get two million visits per month. As neither Roosh nor any writers or readers of Return of Kings were under suspicion of criminal behavior, it is at the very least bizarre that law-enforcement officials would feel the need to comment and keep an eye on their gathers. And it’s probably the kind of thing we should condemn, those of us interested in freedom of speech, press, movement, and association.

    People will object that these groups were “pro-rape” meetups. But outside media misinformation, there was nothing about the proposed happy hours to suggest they had anything to do with rape.

    http://reason.com/blog/2016/02/08/neo-nonsense

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  63. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Bloom,
    “Gloria is calling out Team Woman, the old herd shaming.”
    Yes.
    But, there is more. These younger women flocking to Bernie Sanders actually like boys. They may have a bone to pick with man hating second wavers.

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  64. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Yoda,
    I am having a hard time understanding the overreaction to Roosh’s meetups from his opponents. When he wrote a post about how he could get into Austrailia, they cane close to sortie-ing the whole fleet.
    I have seen a few of the Twitter and facebook posts. They are violent in the extreme. He should hand them over to management of the companies so these people can get booted out.

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  65. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Laura Wood addresses Madeline Albright.

    http://www.thinkinghousewife.com/wp/2016/02/vote-for-women/

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  66. Spawny Get says:

    Got to admit that I agree with Rollo. But that was probably plain from my previous comments.

    I thought Roosh’s meeting was pretty good. I noticed that none of the ‘journalists’ even felt stung by being called liars.

    But I don’t like Roosh causing damage to non-puas just because he believes that there’s no such thing as bad publicity.

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  67. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Spawny Get,
    We need someone unitive, not divisive.

    I do find it amusing that the older fembots are tearing into the younger ones for not supporting Hillary. 🙂

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  68. Spawny Get says:

    Much more of this ‘special place in hell’ from the antiquated witches and the guys might start understanding herd behaviour and group think in women. That could be awkward

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  69. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    It is a given that they will get frustrated, so we will see more of it.
    Am I a little wicked for finding this slightly amusing?
    Next, I will tell the bees who took their honey. 😛

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  70. Spawny Get says:

    Just started watching the TYTties weigh in on the cackling cunts

    how well do you think they’ll have done?
    After all, Chunk o’ Booger and his TYTs are thick as…well…rhymes with TYT

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  71. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Spawny Get,
    I watched it and there wasn’t much to be learned. However, for whatever reason, breaking up women as a voting block is bound to have a good effect.

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  72. SFC Ton says:

    my darling and silly Bloom
    Do you really think those folks don’t enjoy their money?Lives of luxury? Enjoy amazing views when they wake up? Learn to ski in amazing locations with the best instructors? have personal chiefs and what not to pamper them and free up their time for other things? Do you think most did rags to riches stories? Also a large motivator is protecting their tribe.

    Spawny you can feel what ever you want about tribe and right vs wrong but the tribes of people who always back their own are on the rise and us Whites who mostly think like you do are on the decline
    That is not an accident

    Women don’t hate Roosh because he is pro rape or any such nonsense. They hate him because he can teach men to appear alpha meaning she will get tricked in allow some jumped up beta cock in her pleasure hole. Once again, women and womenish men are convoluted not complex. This anti Roosh/ anti PUA is about women in their inborn beta hate.

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  73. Spawny Get says:

    Devastating
    The Truth About Hillary Clinton’s Email Controversy

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  74. Liz says:

    Just thought I’d share this one because it really does belong in the Onion.
    Yesterday’s jokes are today’s realities.
    NARAL slams Doritos for ‘humanizing fetuses’ in Super Bowl ultrasound ad

    http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2016/feb/8/naral-slams-doritos-for-humanizing-fetuses-in-supe/

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  75. Farm Boy says:

    They hate him because he can teach men to appear alpha meaning she will get tricked in allow some jumped up beta cock in her pleasure hole.

    Yes, indeed.

    More here,

    https://spawnyspace.wordpress.com/2016/01/30/red-pill-classroom-game/

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  76. Farm Boy says:

    NARAL slams Doritos for ‘humanizing fetuses’ in Super Bowl ultrasound ad

    So why precisely is this an offense?
    Other Super Bowl commercials humanized bears, why not fetuses?

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  77. Liz says:

    “why precisely is this an offense?”

    How can you even ask that question, Farmboy?
    They anthropomorphized anthropomorphs! Duh.

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  78. Farm Boy says:

    These younger women flocking to Bernie Sanders actually like boys. They may have a bone to pick with man hating second wavers.

    I am not sure that they actually like boys. They might like Bernie because he promises the “Feminine Imperative on Steroids”.

    So in the choice between a woman and the feminine imperative, the woman gets thrown under the bus

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  79. Farm Boy says:

    Like tingles, “FI uber alles”

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  80. I too wonder how much of Bernie’s appeal comes from him dangling the carrot of even more govt. goodies and perks? The govt. can be your Daddy! No more worries… except, who’s going to pay for it? Hummm…

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  81. Liz says:

    Sanders is a socialist.
    Socialism is a one trick pony show of “gimme”.
    But even he is better than Hillary.

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  82. Farm Boy says:

    I too wonder how much of Bernie’s appeal comes from him dangling the carrot of even more govt. goodies and perks?

    Why bother wondering? Just make the logical assumption

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  83. Liz says:

    Then again, you really don’t want to know how low I would go if the choice were that or Hillary.
    Truly, I’d….eegads. Don’t want to even think about it.

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  84. Farm Boy says:

    Amy Schumer would be a good spokesman for Bud Heavy.

    She cannot be a “spokesman”. Your are an evil patriarchal bear for even saying that.

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  85. Spawny Get says:

    “They anthropomorphized anthropomorphs!”

    They did???

    Bastards, the lot of them

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  86. Spawny Get says:

    “Then again, you really don’t want to know how low I would go if the choice were that or Hillary.”

    And now you understand why UKIP didn’t do as well as might have been hoped at the last General Election (outside the tribal labour heartlands outside of kulti-multi Londonistan).

    We woz threatened with the prospect of Useless Ed Milibland as PM as a glove puppet for Cnut Supreme Staggeron of the SNP.

    As a result many intending UKIP voting peeps swallowed their disgust and voted for Spineless Dave. I understand why they weakened. I’d promised never to vote for him again, so I didn’t. But I understand, and to a degree, thank them for that.

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  87. @ Liz I just happened to check in at Rollo’s, yeesh that Emily gal is whack! I wonder if its the same gal who posts as insanity bites?

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  88. Spawny Get says:

    The kid did great. Got to be worth an extra 100,000 votes at the next election. For the AFD.

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  89. Liz says:

    “Liz I just happened to check in at Rollo’s, yeesh that Emily gal is whack! I wonder if its the same gal who posts as insanity bites?”

    LOL Yes, she is a wack job. There’s quite a history there.
    She is the same one people thought was IB.
    Responding to her was quite cathartic, though.

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  90. Liz says:

    How many Hillarys does it take to shingle a roof?

    Just one, but you have to slice her really thin.

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  91. Yoda says:

    A new post there is.

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  92. Cill says:

    “Just one, but you have to slice her really thin.”

    Be ready with the patches, she will leak.

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  93. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Liz,
    The abortion lobby has a lot of defenders. I still can’t believe that Planned Parenthood hasn’t lost a nickel in fedeal funding and that the people who exposed them are being prosecuted by the State of Texas.

    Liz, and Bloom,
    Insanitybytes does notr like being called a proponent of MGTOW. Readingf her stuff just makes we want to hide my head in the sand.

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  94. SFC Ton says:

    just made it through the video Spawny posted of the hajjis interrupting the video of the elderly German woman

    Know what would have made that a good video? Some German coming from off camera, headingbutting that hajji in the face, then giving hajjii a demonstration of a world class ground and pound.

    Interviews with old ladies is not going to stop the moslem invasion, neither is being nice and for damn sure not any govt in the West.

    Making sure immigrants feel more scared for their life in the West then the hellhole they left will. Anything less will fail

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