The r/K selection theory books free today

The new Third Edition of The Evolutionary Psychology Behind Politics and How to Deal with Narcissists are both free Sunday January 28th, Monday January 29th, and Tuesday, January 30th at Amazon, at the links at the bottom of this page. Amazon usually starts free releases randomly around 2-5AM PST on the days of releases.

If you appreciate being given this title free, please do me a favor, and find at least two, or preferably more, reliably conservative friends who would also appreciate it and be willing to find two or more such friends of their own, and get them to sign on to this newsletter to get the book free in two months. If we can repeat that cycle every two months, r/K Theory can get the explosive growth it needs to be dominant in politics come the next election cycle.

This idea can change everything in our political debate, but to do that I need your help – and as many friends as you can muster to help spread this.

For those who didn’t catch it, Stefan Molyneux and Bill Whittle gave r/K Theory a shot in the arm with a lively 90 minute video discussion about r/K Theory on Stefan’s Free Domain Radio. The link to the discussion was at

Both Stefan and Bill can only produce such quality media through the generous support of their viewers.

Bill Whittle supports his media production through memberships at his website at:

Stefan Molyneux’s highly addictive Free Domain Radio is supported by viewer contributions at his website:

If you like free books, sign up to the Castalia House Book Club here:

Finally, Author Richard Nichols, who kindly oversees the Facebook r/K Theory Discussion page has published the first r/K Theory oriented Action/Adventure novel, and it has quite the body count. Follow an elite covert operator leave a swath of death and destruction in the new release Lost Causes, at Amazon here

Get the new Third Edition of The Evolutionary Psychology Behind Politics free here:

Get How To Deal With Narcissists free here:

If you like the book, and appreciate getting it for free, please tell others about r/K Theory at every opportunity. It is the most important idea in political science, and if we can spread it far enough that it needs to be taught, it will damage leftism incredibly. Also please consider leaving a five star review at Amazon to counter the one star reviews liberals leave it. It will help the spread of this vital idea, and maybe change the way everyone views politics one day. Given we get no help from the Republican elites, the conservative media, or any other element of the conservative machine in spreading this disruptive idea, we need all the help we can muster, especially in these perilous times.

Thank you for your time, and any help you can offer in spreading r/K Selection Theory.

r/K  Rabbit / Wolf reproduction strategies are a great way to trigger (and I do mean trigger) discussions with special snowflake people.  As well as being around political discussions during the Great Trump Happening, it was also an early part of the recent Kraut & Tea debacle in the ‘sceptics’ ‘ community’ which triggered Sargon’s recent change of tone.  He now sounds uncannily like an SJW at times.

So…get the new edition of the two books for free and enjoy.  And see how much value you find in the concept of r/K  selection and it’s application to humanity.

Previous free download days (he does them every few months or so) have worked in the UK for me.  Just click on the link above and when you find yourself in on the ebook page you just need to edit the start of the address to / nz / au / ca whatever.


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72 comments on “The r/K selection theory books free today
  1. earlthomas786 says:

    ‘r/K Rabbit / Wolf reproduction strategies are a great way to trigger (and I do mean trigger) discussions with special snowflake people.’

    Where does the hamster fit into the rabbit/wolf strategy?

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  2. Yoda says:

    Rabbits edible they are.
    Hamsters not so much

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  3. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Not much meat on hamsters there is.
    Though powerful they are.

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  4. Cill says:

    I can’t download it as I don’t have an Amazon account, and don’t want to open one. Could you email the book?

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  5. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Is Johntheother a pessimist? He tends to state the alarming and it does put a damper on the hopeful message that this post is attempting to convey.


  6. Re; amount of meat on hamsters, ever see the movie “Never Cry Wolf”? Interesting experiment about large carnivore (wolf) and diet of mostly mice.

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  7. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I remember the movie. He had a sandwich with a whole lot of tails coming out of it.

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  8. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I am a half hour into the video with Bill Whittle and Stefan Molyneux. Very good so far. It will run an hour and a half. I don’t expect it to disappoint.


  9. Cheque d'Out says:

    Thou shalt NOT hold a wimminz to any standard

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  10. Cheque d'Out says:

    Well that’s me gobsmacked. And in the USA too

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  11. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Spawny Get,
    As to the Bearing video, we are going to see more and more videos in this vein as time goes on. Women believe they are superior because they are seen as ueber consumers. The narcissism is going to reach epidemic levels. Counties are going to have to expand jails.


  12. RichardP says:

    re Google Who Is Jesus / Jesus Christ.

    Google doesn’t show results for swear words?


  13. RichardP says:

    “The theory [r/K] was popular in the 1970s and 1980s, when it was used as a heuristic device, but lost importance in the early 1990s, when it was criticized by several empirical studies.”

    Perhaps explains why the books are free?


  14. Cheque d'Out says:

    Last I heard the theories that took over from r/K incorporated large parts of it rather than refuted it. At least that’s my recollection. If you have a decent source about the change I’d quite like to read it. Whether my recollection is right or wrong.

    The other book is about handling narcissists, how can that not be a fun read?

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  15. Cheque d'Out says:

    Look out! He’s got a mag-mom

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  16. Cheque d'Out says:

    Saving this for tomorrow


  17. earlthomas786 says:

    Social justice seems to just be an excuse to act uncivilized to those you don’t agree with. Spitting on someone is one of the highest forms of disrespect.

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  18. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Women are going to have a lot more of these conflicts with authority going forward. Eventually, the courts will have to deal with it.

    I just got through the Whittle/Molyneux video. I think too much importance was attached to the theory. Expanding it to describe all liberal progressive thought as coming out of an “r-select” mindset is taking things too far. The theory is meant to be applied to parental investment.


  19. Cheque d'Out says:


  20. SFC Ton says:

    Can you expect anything else from the lovely, special people at google?….. I know you’ll need to edit that Spawny. No offense will be taken


  21. Cheque d'Out says:


  22. SFC Ton says:

    Getting spit on…. that happened to me in Austin. So I set about trying to break all the major bones in the other dudes body. And by major bones I am including the tiny ones in the inner ear. Law didn’t much cotton to that and apparently the pussies in Texas think burning down their house is an over reaction too. In Appalachia of my youth, the house burning is merely the warning shot.


  23. SFC Ton says:


  24. Cheque d'Out says:

    That guy must have been spectacularly dumb. Somewhat wiser now, I expect.


  25. Cheque d'Out says:

    I’m…we over here are…rather interested to see how many of our people Donald’s memo takes down. Don’t worry that we’ll be upset. We know very well that our swamp needs draining too.

    Best of luck. I hope it’s truly thermonuclear


  26. SFC Ton says:

    Not sure if diviserty ever grows wiser


  27. Cheque d'Out says:

    Well, it sounds like you tried. Perhaps that’s the main thing.

    P.S. The memo is coming. The vote passed.


  28. earlthomas786 says:

    ‘Women are going to have a lot more of these conflicts with authority going forward. Eventually, the courts will have to deal with it.’

    Oh goodie…we’ve seen what happens when the courts deal with female rebellion and uncivilized behavior.

    It’s either a slap on the wrist or blame the man and punish him.


  29. SFC Ton says:

    What vote? What memo?

    Also that post you edited was me at my most polite on the topic. I know a certain bear melts down when I say these things but what is the proper response to a tribe of people who killed your Lord, then tires to eliminate you and yours via soft genocide and tries to erase the Son of God from the internet? Surely it isn’t hugs, milk and cookies


  30. earlthomas786 says:

    Well I wouldn’t give them milk and cookies…water and bread would suffice.

    ‘Do not avenge yourselves, beloved, but leave room for God’s wrath. For it is written: “Vengeance is Mine, I will repay, says the Lord.” On the contrary, “If your enemy is hungry, feed him; if he is thirsty, give him a drink. For in so doing, you will heap burning coals on his head.” Do not be overcome by evil, but overcome evil with good. Romans 12:19-21

    Point being…the vengeance I could do would pale in comparison with the Lord’s.

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  31. earlthomas786 says:


  32. earlthomas786 says:

    About time!

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  33. earlthomas786 says:

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  34. Cheque d'Out says:

    Ton if we ever meet there will be a lot of agreeing going on. But if they can fuck a guy’s life over for two years (with a potential sentence of ten) for a joke video about making a pug make a Nazi salute…

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  35. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Lobsters and coconuts? Hmmm…

    I think the courts are going to see that all this leniency that has been granted to women was a mistake. They’ll realize it when they see the same faces keep coming through.


  36. earlthomas786 says:

    Well if they keep giving women light sentences for slashing their boyfriend’s neck with a knife or having repeated sex with a 13 year old student…why wouldn’t they go light on Mizz Independant assaulting a law enforcement officer.

    Although I would like to see how the courts handle a feminist vs. a state offical.

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  37. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    This is the worst one that I have ever seen on video. She was released after posting a one hundred dollar bond. I never heard anything more.

    Stuff like this can’t continue.


  38. SFC Ton says:

    I get it Spawny. Much respect for you and how you handle things

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  39. earlthomas786 says:

    Dang that cop showed great restraint. There was the video at a football game where a drunk girl was being carries out, took at swing at a cop, and he gave her the knockout shot.

    That’s what happens in real life. It’s not bad ass girls beating up men because of cinema tricks.

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  40. earlthomas786 says:

    Make no mistake…if a woman takes a swing at you like that…I think you have full right to defend yourself. I don’t play the ‘never hit a woman’ in that situation. They obviously don’t get just how much more powerful physically men are.

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  41. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    That is not a situation I would like to get involved with. Avoiding it would be sensible. I feel sorry for bouncers who have to deal with drunk women.


  42. Cill says:

    A once-in-a-lifetime event, a super Blue Moon + lunar eclipse + Blood Moon, will take place January 31 and February 1st.

    A super moon is when a full moon coincides with a close approach to Earth. A blue moon is the second full moon in a calendar month. Finally, a blood moon is a total eclipse that turns the moon red as the sun’s light travels through our atmosphere. Overall, the moon will be around 14 percent brighter and 30 percent larger than usual, and red.

    The last time these events coincided was in 1866, 152 years ago.

    Tomorrow, the moon will move into the shadow of the Earth at 11:51pm NZ Time which is 10:51 am January 31 SST (Spawny Space Time). The full eclipse will peak at 1:51am on February 1 NZT (12:51 pm January 31 SST). The moon will be back in the full light of the sun by 5 am February 1 NZT (4 pm January 31 SST).

    Best views will be away from air pollution and light pollution.

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  43. Cheque d'Out says:

    Light pollution is not something that I have either. I didn’t know how to switch on the security lights on my first night. Nearly killed myself coming back from the pub as I couldn’t see a damn thing.


  44. Cheque d'Out says:

    Superman vs Squirrelgirl. Apparently.

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  45. Cheque d'Out says:

    Ton. It’s about choosing the hill. I want a bigger hill.

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  46. Cheque d'Out says:


    And we’ve had a senior security guy resign suddenly over here. Our services may have been involved by doing your security service’s work (yours do the same for ours – everyone bypassing local law by getting a foreign guy to do the deed).

    Then you have our politicians signing off the activities of our services. And that responsibility necessarily goes right to the top. PM May was Home Secretary. Boris BloJo. Others as well. I’ve heard that May was white as a sheet after Donald talked to her privately in Davos.


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  47. Cheque d'Out says:

    Breakfast tv this morning (apparently)

    GMB this Morning, the look on Susana Reid’s face when the poll came back was priceless

    do you want Trump too visit the UK

    79% of the vote wanted Trump to visit.


    Remember this when the US media tells you that the UK people hate the Trump.

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  48. Cheque d'Out says:

    Uh oh. Somebody else has worked out that Sargon is pushing some bullshit recently.


  49. Cheque d'Out says:



  50. earlthomas786 says:

    ‘Remember this when the US media tells you that the UK people hate the Trump.’

    Believing the US media.

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  51. @fuzzie

    I think the courts are going to see that all this leniency that has been granted to women was a mistake.

    I think you’ve been eating the wrong mushrooms again. The courts are packed with fucking traitors to Western Civ.


  52. Cheque d'Out says:

    ‘A few days ago, I covered the scandal emerging from the halls of Washington. One reader called the article “outlandish mental gymnastics and conspiracy theories”. Since then, plenty has happened. You won’t find anything about it in the British media though. But these are your last few days of being able to ignore what’s going on in Washington. Because the news is going to be full of it within five days.

    By the way, we’re quite happy to be called conspiracy theorists at Capital & Conflict. For years we covered the manipulation of precious metals markets. Investment bank traders love executing something called the “gold slam” at the expense of gold investors. And for years people laughed at us for chasing shadows. They usually called us conspiracy theorists. Even after the Libor scandal broke, readers said we were bonkers. In fact, investigators since have proved investment banks manipulate the price of just about everything… except gold and silver.

    Well, this morning, six traders from three banks were arrested for manipulating precious metals markets, among other things. The techniques they used were precisely what so called conspiracy theorists theorised. And the manipulation goes back at least to 2008.

    But back to politics. The American political establishment’s credibility is about to implode.
    The heart of the scandal is a four-page memo supposedly covering the abuse of government surveillance by Democrats during the 2016 election campaign.

    The short version is that the US government tried to stop Donald Trump from being elected in 2016. And it has since tried to undermine him while covering up the 2016 manipulation. It had hoped Hillary Clinton’s election would cover its tracks. But it got Trump instead…

    The FBI, the Department of Justice, the Obama White House, the Democratic Party, Russian partners of Hillary Clinton and many more abused the American intelligence agencies’ powers to try and stop Trump from being elected. Some of the abuse could be criminal given the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) laws governing this area. The same people who tried to swing the election also sabotaged investigations into Clinton’s server scandal and are harassing President Trump with his own investigations now.

    I know all this sounds absurd. It’s precisely the opposite of what the British media is reporting. That Trump is being investigated for colluding with Russia to swing the election his way. But the story has surged in every possible direction since it first broke, giving the extraordinary claims a new-found credibility. I covered some of this in the initial article. Now there’s more.

    Text messages between FBI investigators of Clinton and Trump uncovered by congressional investigators and the Department of Justice mention an anti-Trump secret society at the FBI and Department of Justice. Allegedly there’s now also proof this society had meetings and spoke about destroying evidence.

    The questionable relationships between official government investigators of Clinton and Trump, and the Democratic Party, have led to resignations at the top of the FBI too.

    FBI deputy director Andrew McCabe was supposedly forced to resign yesterday after months of pressure from Republicans and Trump. He had tried to hang on for a few more months to be eligible for a pension. But he was offered the pension if he quits anyway. So he did. Why the resignation? McCabe’s wife had received about half a million dollars from Clinton associates to run for political office, which McCabe initially did not disclose, while the FBI was investigating Clinton for her email scandal. Since this emerged, McCabe has faced some tough questioning from lawmakers.

    McCabe also worked closely with another FBI agent embroiled in the scandal. Peter Strzok reportedly covered for Clinton during the investigation of her private email servers by downgrading the assessment of her blunders to avoid her being charged. He had to step down from the investigation into Trump after his own bias was uncovered by text messages.

    The text message drama which I covered last week is also hotting up. Initially the Department of Justice’s internal investigator said he had the text messages between the FBI agents, which demonstrate the bias against Trump and suggest plenty more. hen the FBI said they’d been destroyed thanks to an update to Samsung phones. Then the text messages were found. But now they’re being withheld from congressional investigators by the Department of Justice.

    Only 14% of the messages were released. Not only that, but the released messages reveal that the FBI investigators had conversations about the Trump and Clinton investigations on personal phones, not just work phones. Based on the messages released so far, several FBI investigators of Trump and Clinton were caught messaging some rather inappropriate things. The latest discoveries include references to “destroying evidence”, for example.

    In the next five days, the memo that triggered the storm may be released by President Trump. Congress’ intelligence committee already approved the move, just hours ago. The Department of Justice had tried to stop the release of the memo, which isn’t a surprise given it allegedly documents its misbehaviour.

    If it’s released, we’ll discover how much of all this is hyperbole. Although not everything is resting on the memo’s contents given everything else that has happened, Republicans are certainly betting heavily on its contents.

    But what does it all mean for you?

    If the scandal runs as deep as I suspect, the credibility of the American political establishment is about to collapse. Commentator and author James Howard Kunstler is no fan of Trump. And yet Kunstler explains the implosion of credibility when it comes to Trump’s opponents is terrifying. Here’s his summary of what’s happened:

    ‘If an attorney from Mars came to Earth and followed the evidence already made public, he would probably suspect that the FBI and DOJ colluded with the Clinton Campaign and the Democratic Party to derail the Trump campaign train, and then engineer an “insurance policy” train wreck of his position in office.’

    Also, in the process, to nullify any potential legal action against Clinton, including the matter of her email server, her actions with the DNC to subvert the [Bernie] Sanders primary campaign, the Steele dossier being used to activate a FISA warrant for surveillance of the Trump campaign, the arrant, long-running grift machine of the Clinton Foundation (in particular, the $150 million from Russian sources following the 2013 Uranium One deal, when she was Secretary of State), and the shady activities of Barack Obama’s inner circle around the post-election transition.

    The problem here is that the breakdown of the American political system is picking up pace. Trump has already exposed the extraordinary media bias. He’s done it so well that several reporters were forced to resign.

    And now Trump is exposing the bias inside the FBI and the Department of Justice too. Again, forcing resignations.

    As Kunstler puts it, “We are not far from a point where nobody will be able to believe anything official in this land.”

    And then the entire British establishment is going to wake up sweating in the realisation that not only did it back the wrong horse, but that it mortgaged its soul to place the bet,

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  53. Cheque d'Out says:

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  54. As Kunstler puts it, “We are not far from a point where nobody will be able to believe anything official in this land.”

    That time’s is long past for a growing number (though still somewhat less than problematic for the TPTB) of former normies who’ve been red-pilled by the obvious truths the MSM can’t completely cover over with lies and distractions.

    The big problem for most of us is that we’re to invested in the current milieu to just pull up stakes and bug out, along with the issue of there being practically no where to go to if we could.

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  55. Cheque d'Out says:

    The BBC has just started a process of ensuring the reliable quality of their impartial output*…I laughed my arse off when I read that. So they know they have a problem but seem to think that it isn’t too late. It’s too late.

    *obviously nothing really changes. ‘Fair and balanced’, I suppose.


  56. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    If normal people feel a deep sense of outrage at the pussypass, there has to be a limit to how much they will take. This will manifest itself in the courts.

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  57. Cheque d'Out says:

    Body Language: Jordan Peterson

    She’s watching it for the first time as she analyses…just started

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  58. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Pushback. It’s not much, but it is happening in Toronto and Rebel Media is the only news group to cover it. About one hundred Chinese-Canadians are protesting the “Hijab Hoax” in which an eleven year old girl claimed that an Asian male tried to remove her head covering twice with scissors. Toronto PD investigated and gave the claim no merit. Runs almost eight minutes.


  59. Cheque d'Out says:

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  60. SFC Ton says:

    Non whites get to push back without sing called racists so I d9nt consider that any kind of positive sign


  61. Cheque d'Out says:

    I could try feeling a bit sorry for Cathy if only she could try not being such a cunt.


  62. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I think that I need something powerful to rid myself of the image of Lobsterwoman.


  63. re: Ton’s pre-selection link
    The findings are also supported by an earlier study from Oklahoma State University which found that 90 per cent of single women were interested in a man they believed was taken, while a mere 59 per cent wanted him when told he was single.

    Says a couple of things about “strong, independent women” don’t it?

    ‘nother link from that site:

    Because even if having a toned body is healthier than an emaciated one, it’s still a beauty ideal that is far away from many women’s natural physiques… Many of us may never have thigh gaps and defined abs, but that doesn’t mean we’re not beautiful.

    Actually fatties, that’s exactly what it means. You’re fat, which is an ugly all to itself. Being a big fat ass is no one’s natural physique. Human’s weren’t designed to carry 100- 200 lbs of extra lard around all the time.

    On the other hand muscly women (especially she-male body bulgers, that’s mentally ill on tops) are gross too, but just not as gross as disgusting fatties.


  64. Cill says:

    Patriarch at 3:59 pm

    When Comey as director of the FBI, after mentioning every reason under the sun why Clinton should be investigated, announced that the FBI would not, I could not believe my ears. Since then I have waited for The Department of Justice, anybody, to do something. The bent, biased MSM has hushed it up. I hope these latest reports are right. I’m not holding my breath.

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  65. Cill says:

    “The BBC has just started a process of ensuring the reliable quality of their impartial output*…I laughed my arse off when I read that.”


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  66. Cill says:

    Can’t let the MSM of NZ off the hook either. Their bias is… wait for it… to the Left. The MSM down here are not so much bent and biased as incompetent and biased, and pathetic. For news on America and Europe, all they do is parrot CNN and the NY Times and the BBC.

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