Tuesday, November 03, 2015

The Masculine Principle

The Second Edition

". . . The fact is that males and females are like two substances combined in different proportions, but with either element never wholly missing. We find, so to speak, never either a man or a woman, but only the male condition and the female condition. Any individual is never to be designated merely as a man or a woman, but by a formula showing that it is a composite of male and female characters in different proportions." -- Otto Weininger, Sex and Character
Chapter One: Introduction
Part 1: The Masculine Principle  

Part 2: Generalizing in a Politically Correct World   
Part 3: Peer Reviewed Research: The Holy Grail of Truth?   
Part 4: The Truth About Misogyny  
Part 5: A Guide to Birdwatching 
Chapter Two: Sexuality
Part 1: Male and Female: Equal But Different
Part 2: Sex Sells (Hypergamy Explained)
Part 3: Love is for Suckers... Blood Suckers
Part 4: The Garden of Eden, Empty Vessels and Relative Truth
Part 5: The Myth of Tiresias and the Ten Pleasures of Sex  
Part 6: You're Such a Tool! (Briffault's law)
Part 7: Rites of Passage - Making Boys into Men
Part 8: Woman: The Most Responsible Teenager In The House?
Part 9: The Amazon Women (The Science of "Why Males Exist") 
Part 10: Testing, Testing... 1, 2, 3... Testing 
Chapter Three: The Gender War
Part 1: The Fish and The Bicycle
Part 2: Social Strategy: Why Men Shouldn't Argue With Women
Part 3: The Suffragettes versus The Republic    
Part 4: The Suffragettes versus The Patriarchy  
Part 5: The Suffragettes versus The Marketplace  
Part 6: The Suffragettes versus The Truth   
Part 7: Father Custody and The Legend of the Selkie  
Part 8: The Fraud of Modern Marriage (Women as Chattel)
Part 9: Feminizing the Decline (Hypergamy & Birthrates) 

Chapter Four: The Pillars and the Plot  
Part 1: The Powers That Be   
Part 2: It's Not Marxism Because...  
Part 3: Cultural Pillars and Critical Theory   
Part 4: Useful Idiots Play Checkers, Marxists Play Chess   
Part 5: The Family Plot: The Past (Their Oppressors Are Children)  
Part 6: The Family Plot: The Present (No-Fault Divorce & Hypergamy)  
Part 7: The Family Plot: The Future (Civil Unions & Shared Parenting) 
Part 8: Following the Masculine Principle is the "Right Way"  
Chapter Five: Conclusion  
Part 1: Work With the World; Don't Fight Against It  
Part 2: The Liberation of Men  
Part 3: The Want of Men Was Their Ruin  
Part 4: One Man's Kingdom
- FRA - Father's RIghts Activist 
- FRM - Father's Rights Movement
- Game - The Art of Seduction
- Mangina - A man who supplicates to women to gain their favour
- MRA - Men's Rights Activist
- MRM - Men's Rights Movement
- MM - Men's Movement
- P.U.A. - Pick-up Artist
- Shit Test (aka Fitness Test)
- SJW - Social Justice Warrior
- SMV - Sexual Mating Value
- White Knights - Men who defend women no matter their behaviour

Principles of Seduction

Click Pic for "Principles of Seduction" (The Fourth Edition!)
“The moon had been observing the earth close-up longer than anyone. It must have witnessed all of the phenomena occurring - and all of the acts carried out - on this earth. 

But the moon remained silent; it told no stories. All it did was embrace the heavy past with a cool, measured detachment. 

On the moon there was neither air nor wind. Its vacuum was perfect for preserving memories unscathed. No one could unlock the heart of the moon. 

Aomame raised her glass to the moon and asked, “Have you gone to bed with someone in your arms lately?” 

The moon did not answer. 

“Do you have any friends?” she asked. 

The moon did not answer. 

“Don’t you get tired of always playing it cool?”

The moon did not answer."

-- Haruki Murakami, 1Q84


Chapter One: Introduction 
Part 1: Dating Advice from a Father
Part 2: Women, Teasing, Tests, One-itis and Hope
Part 3: Understanding Womand and 'The Rules' for Men
Part 4: Bad Boys, Alphas, Assholes, Niceguys and Players  

 Chapter Two: The Dance
Part 1: Online Dating - Not!
Part 2: Finding the Small Pool of Interested Women 
Part 3: The Sexes Approaching Each Other (Eye Contact, Escalating) 
Part 4: There Really Only Are Two Subjects to Talk About with Women
Part 5: Be a Lover, Not a Provider (Dates & Gifts) 
Part 6: Most Women Don't Want a Man Who Isn't Choosy 
Part 7: You Mean Nothing to a Woman Until You've Had Sex
Part 8: That First Date at Your Place 
Chapter Three: Mental Frame
Part 1: Choose Confidence 
Part 2: Women Are Not Able to Get Sex On Demand 
Part 3: Women as "Friends"
Part 4: Relationship Phases 
Part 5: Don't Argue with Women; Have Power & Choices
Part 6: No Woman is "Out of Your League"
Part 7: Raising Your Sexual Status 
Part 8: Women Who Want to Cheat with You 
Part 9: NAWALT, Pre-Nups, Celibacy & Other Types of Bad Advice
Part 10: Why You Must Never Give a Woman Any Money
Chapter Four: Her Mental Health
Part 1: Women are Sick!
Part 2: Living in La-La-Land 
Part 3: Just Say "No" to Divorced Women and Single Moms
Part 4: Breaking Up is About Drama; Passive Aggression/Orgasms
Part 5: Abusive Behaviour (DV, Stalkers, Sarcasm) 
Part 6: Women Choosing Losers 
Part 7: Women Have Contradictory Love
Part 8: Rape Fantasies, Religious Women and Projection
Part 9: Fat Bottomed Girls
Part 10: Four Kinds of Women which are More Psycho than Others  
Chapter Five: Culture Matters
Part 1: Local versus Foreign Women
Part 2: Humanity Transmitted Through Generations
Part 3: Ritalin and Abusive Schools
Part 4: Most People Who Work in Community Health are Insane
Part 5: Prostitution
Part 6: The Most Feminacentrist Statement of the 20th Century
Part 7: Feminism Turns Women into Mere Sex Objects
Part 8: Women Should Cultivate Anything That is a Virtue
Part 9: Boycott Those Who Disrespect Men
Part 10: Lesbians and Gay Men
Part 11: Pushing the Limits of Sexual Fantasies

Click for the Previous Edition of Bonecrker

Philalethes' Essay List

Essays by Philalethes:
Philalethes #1 – Feminist Allies?
Philalethes #2 – The Sexual Noise is Deafening
Philalethes #3 – The Anti-Logic of Women
Philalethes #4 – What Do Women Want? It’s What We’ve Got! We Just Aim to Please, Ma’am!
Philalethes #5 – Women’s Use of Power
Philalethes #6 – In Women’s Image?
Philalethes #7 – All Female Populations in the Animal Kingdom
Philalethes #8 – When the Cow Rides the Bull, Priest Watch Your Skull
Philalethes #9 – Immaculate Conception
Philalethes #10 – Male vs. Female Thinking
Philalethes #11 – The End Results of Female Suffrage
Philalethes #12 – Foreign Women
Philalethes #13 – A Letter to Devvy Kidd
Philalethes #14 – Hyphenate Them Any Way You Want, A Feminist is a Feminist is a Feminist
Philalethes #15 – Women are Out of Control in Our Culture
Philalethes #16 – Who Stole Feminism? Nobody!
Philalethes #17 – When Women Rule
Philalethes #18 – Opposed to Woman Suffrage?
Philalethes #19 – Not Much Happens That Women Don’t Approve Of
Philalethes #20 - Chivalry
Philalethes #21 - Circumcision
Philalethes #22 – Don’t Tell Me the Truth; You’ll Hurt My Feelings
Philalethes #23 – Who’s to Blame?
Philalethes #24 – Who’s to Blame II
Philalethes #25 – You Can Have as Much Freedom as You Are Willing to be Responsible For, But No More
Philalethes #26 – The Law
Philalethes #27 – In the “Battle of the Sexes”, If She Wins, She Loses
Philalethes #28 - Feminism is Successful Precisely Because Its Basic Premise Is Not True
Philalethes #29 – They Can Do It Because They Really Believe It!

The Book of Pook

Material by Pook, from the SoSauve.com forums
Compiled By Gubby

A Note From The Compiler

Pook #1 – Introduction: A Pook Is A Pook!

Pook #2 – Pook Man’s Advice to a Suffering Newbie

Pook #3 – Fifteen Lessons

Pook #4 – Lesson One: Rejection Is Better Than Regret

Pook #5 – Lesson Two: Friendship – Abandon All Hope Ye Who Enter

Pook #6 – Lesson Three: Judge By Actions, Not By Words

Pook #7 – Lesson Four: Patience is the Refined Sense of Confidence

Pook #8 – Lesson Five: Trust the Gut

Pook #9 – Lesson Six: You are the Great Catch

Pook #10 – Lesson Seven: Respect Is All

Pook #11 – Lesson Eight: Only The Sexual Ones Get The Girls

Pook #12 – Lesson Nine: Be Not Contained By Formula

Pook #13 – Lesson Ten: As You Think, You Shall Become

Pook #14 - Lesson Eleven: Getting A Girl Is Not The Success 

Pook #15 - Lesson Twelve: Unite Dream and Day 

Pook #16 - Lesson Thirteen: Charm is Treating Women Like Little Girls

Pook #17 - Lesson Fourteen: Always Have a Back-up Chick

Pook #18 - Lesson Fifteen: The Greatest Risk You Can Take in Life is Not To Risk It All! 

Pook #19 - What Every Skinny Guy Should Know... 

Pook #20 - Perfect is Boring 

Pook #21 - The Secret of the Jerk

Pook #22 - Looks or Personality?

Pook #23 - Fountain of Youth

Pook #24 - Kill That Desperation!

Pook #25 - Embrace Your Sexuality

Pook #26 - On Embracing Sexuality

Pook #27 - Eliminate Desire or Not?

Pook #28 - On Shyness 

Pook #29 - On The Nature of Sexuality

Pook #30 - Romanticism - An Obituary

Pook #31 - Let Yourself Fail 

Pook #32 - Aim High! 

Pook #33 - On Kino 

Pook #34 - What I've Learned 

Pook #35 - Approaching Women 

Pook #36 - As You Think, You Shall Become

Pook #37 - Be a Man!

Pook #38 - Casual Dating 

Pook #39 - Structure of Worlds

Pook #40 - Do Girls Want Sovereignty?

Pook #41 - Cocky & Funny?

Pook #42 - Feeling Down About Your Love Life? Read This!

Pook #43 - Feminism Put On Trial! 

Pook #44 - Good Girls Do Cheat 

Pook #45 - Attention Whores 

Pook #46 - Habit is All 

Pook #47 - If Life Seems Hard and Unhappy, Read This! 

Pook #48 - Why "Just Be Friends" 

Pook #49 - On Mystery

Pook #50 - Patience: What Truly Makes a Don Juan

Pook #51 - Ooh La La! 

Pook #52 - A Second Life 

Pook #53 - Re: Selfishness, Life-Changing Decisions etc.

Pook #54 - Securities vs. Mistakes 

Pook #55 - "SS is AFC"

Pook #56 - Talking to Girls

Pook #57 - The Difference Between Dating and a Friendship

Pook #58 - Womanese!

Pook #59 - More Womanese!

Pook #60 - Even More Womanese!

Pook #61 - Why Women Mention Other Men Even If They're Interested In You! 

Pook #62 - Secret to Womanese! 

Pook #63 - More On "You Must Be Gay" 

Pook #64 - The Keys to the Don Juan 

(This page is under construction)

The Wisdom of Zenpriest

Zenpriest #1 – Women Raised Without Fathers

Zenpriest #2 – You Can’t Change a Pickle Back Into a Cucumber

Zenpriest #3 – Repressing Sexuality

Zenpriest #4 – The Two Faces of Masculinity

Zenpriest #5 – Addicted to Attention

Zenpriest #6 – The Death of Marriage

Zenpriest #7 – Women’s Aggression

Zenpriest #8 – The Big Truth

Zenpriest #9 – The 90’s Were the Make It or Break It Decade and I Don’t Think We Made It

Zenpriest #10 – When Men’s Trust is Gone

Zenpriest #11 – Emotional Deficit

Zenpriest #12 - Happiness

Zenpriest #13 – Prove to Me You Aren’t a Bad Guy!

Zenpriest #14 - If a Man Speaks in the Forest, and There is No Woman There to Correct Him, Is He Still Wrong?

Zenpriest #15 – Regarding the Marriage Strike

Zenpriest #16 – The Gender War

Zenpriest #17 – “e-kwuhl pay fer e-kwuhl werk”

Zenpriest #18 – The Designated Initiator

Zenpriest #19 – How Women Keep Score

Zenpriest #20 - There Is Nothing More Lonely Than Being With Someone You Can’t Talk To

Zenpriest #21 - The Terrible Twos

Zenpriest #22 – “Broken” Men and Women’s “Fixing” Them

Zenpriest #23 – Marriage is Becoming the Social Edsel of the 21st Century

Zenpriest #24 – If a Woman Goes Into a Bar Wearing Sexy Clothes and No Panties…

Zenpriest #25 – The 5 Best Arguments for Staying Single I Have Ever Run Across

Zenpriest #26 – Second Wavers vs. The Suffragettes

Zenpriest #27 – Ignoring Women

Zenpriest #28 – Ethical Sociopaths

Zenpriest #29 – The Future’s Cultural Time Bombs

Zenpriest #30 – Gurl Math

Zenpriest #31 – If Things You See Just Don’t Seem to Make Any Sense, Check Your Assumptions. You Will Find That One Or More Of Them Are Wrong.

Zenpriest #32 – The Glass Pussy Ceiling

Zenpriest #33 – Salesmanship 101

Zenpriest #34 – When Desiring Women Is Outlawed, Only Outlaws Will Desire Women

Zenpriest #35 – How Was This Allowed To Happen?

Zenpriest #36 – Feminism is Repudiation of The Law of Cause and Effect

Zenpriest #37 – How It All Happened

Zenpriest #38 – Mid-Life Crisis

Zenpriest #39 – Brer Patriarch

Zenpriest #40 – Girls Just Wanna Have Fun

Zenpriest #41 – Feminism is an Extended Infantile Tantrum

Zenpriest #42 - Activism

Zenpriest #43 – There’s Nothing in the World More Over-rated Than a Good Lay…

Zenpriest #44 – The Box Feminism Builds for Women

Zenpriest #45 – I am a Strong Believer in Natural Processes

Zenpriest #46 – Twenty Years From Now This Will Be “The Good Old Days”

Zenpriest #47 – The Future’s So Bright, I’ve Gotta Wear Shades

Zenpriest #48 – Social Breakdown and Civil Disorder is More Likely

Zenpriest #49 – Let Women Win the “Battle of the Sexes”

Zenpriest #50 – Listening to What Men Really Say

Zenpriest #51 – What’s Happening to Boys?

Zenpriest #52 – The Moral High Ground Always Goes to the Winner

Zenpriest #53 - Feminism Really Is All About Projection

Zenpriest #54 – The Way We Were

Zenpriest #55 – Now Please Explain to Me, What the Hell Men Need a “Movement” For?
Zenpriest #56 – MGTOW’s Trademark Copyright Philosophy
Zenpriest #57 – Personal Attacks and Mind Games
Zenpriest #58 – The MRM’s Perpetual War with Itself
Zenpriest #59 – The Most Important Lesson a Man Can Ever Learn
Zenpriest #60 - Why There Never Has Been a Coherent Men’s Movement and Why There Never Will Be

Zenpriest #61 - Everyone Lives Through History, We Just Don't Realize It... 

Zenpriest #62 - The Hegelian Dialectic and Social Change

Zenpriest #63 - In a Bar Last Night: One Good Marriage and One Attention Whore 

Zenpriest #64 - Only a Fool Would Have Swallowed It 

Zenpriest #65 - Upping MRA "Game": Honing Our Rhetoric of Ridicule

Zenpriest #66 - Guy Stuff: Traveling Hard, Light and Fast 

Zenpriest #67 - The Baby Bomb: How the Boomers were Used to Destroy a Culture

EOTM: Welcome to Eye of the Mind

If the doors of perception were cleansed every thing would appear to man as it really is, infinite." -- William Blake


Only in the mind's eye can things truly be seen. The blind man often sees more than his "sighted" cousin because he is less misled by the surfaces of things and is more interested in their substance. Perception includes mind, body, emotion and, most of all, spirit. One must be aware in all 4 dimensions to be fully alive.

Any and all possible futures will be seen first in the eye of the mind. We create the world as we see it.


These pages are dedicated to those seeking to become accomplished artists in the Art of Living. Most artists become comfortable with a few selected media and materials. The selection of topics represent my favorites. Many more are worthy of consideration, but that's why there are other web pages.


There are two great mystical forces which rule the lives of human beings. One is the life force itself. The other is that elusive force we call consciousness. Life, we share with countless other entities on this planet. But we maintain the belief that consciousness sets us apart and above all other forms of life: that it belongs to the god-like alone. In our desire to be as gods, we have elevated the force of consciousness and begun to worship it while we have shown ever increasing contempt for all life save our own and, often enough, for our own as well.


I heartily agree with the geocities' stated philosophy of creating new communities on the new frontier and thank them for providing such a forum. The new milennium is upon us and humanity has pillaged the planet to support its ever growing need to consume. We humans, so anxious to see ourselves in the images of the gods & goddesses we worship, have achieved only one of the godlike powers, the power to destroy. We need to turn as much energy toward the power to create and generate as we have toward consuming the resources of the earth if we are to survive.

Today the cerebral cortex of the brain rules. People want to believe that all behavior is thought out in advance and that it follows the sterile logic of only half the brain, the left brain. Their analysis of the motivations underlying the behavior are speculative nonsense which leaves out 90% of the information available and adheres to a peculiar line of thinking specific to that individual. The results are presented as "logical" but there is no logic whatsoever behind it. It is merely the result of their own built in biases, which they are so close to that they cannot see.

The MIND is NOT the BRAIN. The mind is just as aware of the information it is receiving from the little toe as it gets from the 5:00 news. The mind has a sense of connection to a power greater than itself. And the mind receives information from something called the soul. There is something deep within us that is the essence of the will/desire/drive/whatever to be ALIVE. Something that BELIEVES and WANTS and KNOWS right from wrong.

We need to make people as mindful in their behavior as we currently would like to believe they are. My goal for these pages is to celebrate and provide a forum for the full development of all dimensions of the mind. I invite contributions and suggestions. I consider art to be an integral part of mental and spiritual development and I hope visitors will see a certain esthetic unity, if not homogeniety. Please comment on this aspect of the site as well. At present, I have only established the general structure of the site. Things that look like links hopefully will become so. Suggestions for sites in each of the categories are welcome.

While the content of this site is definitely "adult", it is not so in the sense that one usually sees on the net. My intent is to deal in subjects that only a mature mind can really grasp, thus the only ones interested in pursuing those subjects. While these subjects contain details of the type usually not easily discussed by parents with their children, I don't believe that anyone will find my treatment of the subjects to be offensive except that I don't cut people much slack for silliness.


Parents who are willing to let the child indulge her/his own natural tendency to learn and question can freely move around this site if they use the eye as a navigation aid. The eye will lead to controversial topics, but the controversial discussions lie behind links which you have to look for. If the content intrigues you, you will be interested in reading further. Children will not. The eye will lead them on a tour and the big eye will always lead them home. Anyone willing to wade through the verbage to get the content, deserves it in my book. Most parents can rest secure in the fact that I am going to make it so much work that their children will never do it. Roam around yourself a bit first then, if you are comfortable with the content and the way in which it it addressed, feel free to bring your son or daughter back to start a dialogue on things you'd like to talk to them about. Sortof.

A Wrinkle in Time

The majority of these pieces have been pinched from the excellent website The Men’s Tribune. I've read through these pieces a few times and they are full of great information, thus, I often link to them or to the Tribune itself. However, lately I have been noticing that the links have been getting somewhat sketchy and on a few occasions I have not been able to access the site at all - some times for several days or a week at a time. Call me paranoid, but it makes me fear that all of this great stuff will one day just "poof" disapear, as so many other great sites have done in the past. As such, I am going to reprint these articles here into this blog - both for a back-up, and so that I may post these pieces myself on occasion, and encourage others to read them as well.
From the Buddha’s Little Known “Ultimate Extinction of the Dharma Sutra”  
Nothing Higher to Live For: A Buddhist View of Romantic Love -- by Bhikkhu Nyanasobhano (Leonard Price)
Buddha – From “The Sutra of the Past Vows of Earth Store Bodhisattva”
Buddha – from “Selected Writings of Nichiren”
"The Spartan Women", The Politics of Aristotle: Politics, Book II B Ch. IX: 5-16.
On a Good Wife, Aristotle, from “Oikonomikos", c 330 BCE
De Officiius (excerpts) – by Cicero
The History of Rome – by Titus Livius (59BC - 17AD)
Advice to Married Couples – by Plutarch (46-120 A.D.)
The Secret History – by Procopius of Caesarea (c. 550A.D.) (Book).
The Lamentations of Matheolus (excerpts) -- by Mathieu of Boulogne, (1295 A.D.).(Book)
The Fifteen Joys of Marriage (first two "joys") -- by Antoine de la Salle (possible author, born 1388)
”The Man-Woman” – by Hic Mulier, 1620
Memoirs Of Louis XIV And The Regency, Vol. III, Chapter II (excerpt) -- by the Duke of Saint-Simon (Translated by Bayle St. John.)
Man Superior to Woman – by Anonymous, 1739.(Book)
The Spirit of Laws (excerpts) – by Baron De Montesquieu, 1748
Letter to His Son (excerpt) – by Lord Chesterfield, 1748
Thomas Jefferson (selections)
Tom Pry’s Wife – by Charles Lamb (1775-1834)
A Bachelor’s Complaint of the Behaviour of Married People – by Charles Lamb (1775-1834)
Democracy in America, Vol. 2, Ch. XII, "How The Americans Understand The Equality Of The Sexes" -- by Alexis de Tocqueville, 1840
In Vino Veritas (or The Banquet) -- by Soren Kierkegaard (1813-1855)

Woman/Man -- from Kierkegaard's Journals 

The Metaphysics of the Love of the Sexes - by Arthur Schopenhauer, 1844 

On Women – by Arthur Schopenhauer, 1851
The Intimate Journal of Henri Amiel

A Collection of Writings on Women -- Freiderich Neitszche  
Virginibus Puerisque – Chapter One [Part 1] – by Robert Louis Stevenson

(From) Principles of Psychology -- by William James
Need It Be So? – by Leo Tolstoy (1900)

(From) New Introductory Lectures on Psycho-Analysis -- by Sigmund Freud
What’s Wrong With The World – by G.K. Chesterton (excerpts) (Book)
Folk-lore of Women -- by T.F. Thistelton-Dyer (1906) (Book)

The Woman Question -- by Stephen Leacock (1916) 

The Polygamous Sex -- by Esther Villar (1976)

Saturday, October 17, 2015

One Man's Kingdom

"Better to live in a desert than with a quarrelsome and ill-tempered wife." -- Proverbs 21:19

Click Pic for "The Amaxon Women (The Science of Why Males Exist)"
QUOTE: “The abandonment of men in contemporary society is so comprehensive that a man who has lost a wife or lover not only suffers from the loss of that deep personal connection, but from a fairly comprehensive rejection by society in general. First you lose your wife, then your kids, and then even your own family turns against you in many cases (this is a lot more common than most people realize. American men’s own mothers very often blame them and side with the ex in what is usually a futile effort to maintain contact with grandchildren). 
The thrashing you get from the police and courts is just gratuitous abuse; 
in many cases guys are simply numb to additional pain by that time.”
I would argue that the sudden and total collapsing of love, as it is presented to men, is evidence of its illusion.

Children are raised on it, women can expect it their whole lives in a watered down sense, but men lose all right to it as they come of age. Unfortunately, in the West, no-one ever tells them that this is their heritage as men. They have to learn it the hard way, or go mad refusing to learn it at all.

Other cultures, particularly those closer to nature,
had rites of passage for young men. The rite usually involved sending the stripling out in the wild, on his own. He would be exposed to danger, expected to survive on his own, and could expect no assistance. It was a symbolic, and real, exercise to let him know that he was no longer the dependent he once was. Young women were never subjected to the same. They belonged to the community, no matter their age, their fertility or their ability.

It is a feature of all men who go wild at women and take it out on innocents, as well as their former intimates, that they are still sold on the love illusion – they are men that fervently believe they deserve a place in the bosom of society. The trick is maintained for its utility in deceiving men into social contracts that are counter to their own interests.
It’s the same the world over. Every deal won by trickery has a higher harvest of woe than that done with all cards on the table and intentions plainly stated.

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Thursday, October 15, 2015

The Want of Men Was Their Ruin

Click for "The Suffragettes vs The Patriarchy"
If men really were as misogynist as women claim, none of this would have ever happened. We would've just put them over our knee and given them a righteous paddling until we got our damn sammiches made exactly like we wanted 'em.

It's the very fact that women have so much social power over men that's the problem - and that's why I, like Weininger, have to say it's ultimately men's fault this happened.

"Where my exposition is anti-feminine, and that is nearly everywhere, men themselves will 

receive it with little heartiness or conviction; their sexual egoism makes them prefer to see woman as they would like to have her, as they would like her to be.

I need not say that I am prepared for the answer women will have to the judgment I have passed on their sex. My investigation, indeed, turns against man in the end, and although in a deeper sense than the advocates of women's rights could anticipate, assigns to man the heaviest and most real blame. ..."
 -- Otto Weininger, Sex and Character, Author's Preface

Men have blinders on when it comes to women in much the same way mothers have blinders on them with children. Women naturally see their children as perfect little angels and men see women in the same way. Our civilization has been trying to take the female sex off that pedastal for the last 3,300 years, (back when Moses was thought to have written the Pentateuch), and it's been a struggle to do so the whole way.

(Read More Here)

Tuesday, October 13, 2015

The Liberation of Men

To the woman he said, "I will make your pains in childbearing very severe; with painful labor you will give birth to children. Your desire will be for your husband, and he will rule over you."

To Adam he said, "Because you listened to your wife and ate fruit from the tree about which I commanded you, 'You must not eat from it,' "Cursed is the ground because of you; through painful toil you will eat food from it all the days of your life. It will produce thorns and thistles for you, and you will eat the plants of the field. By the sweat of your brow you will eat your food until you return to the ground, since from it you were taken; for dust you are and to dust you will return." -- Genesis 3:16-19
Click Pic for "Love is for Suckers... Blood Suckers!"

And so it has been ever since, until feminism convinced women to unwittingly take on men's curse as their own.

And what's a man to do about it, after all? Despite corporate and feminist attempts at designing various ways for emasculated males to take on the pains of child-birth, there can never be a true understanding for males of what it is like to give birth. This is women's curse, and it is their curse alone to bear, for it is impossible for men to share equally with her in it - even if men were so stupid to want to.

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Sunday, October 11, 2015

Work With the World, Don't Fight Against It

Something I think men will have to come to terms with is that when the pendulum inevitably swings back, what actual benefit do men think this will have for them? Will it bring that fabled equality everyone is seeking? Will everyone join hands and sing kumbaya and live happily ever after? Will the planets align and Heaven on Earth make itself apparent to man and woman alike?

Not likely.

For example, it is easy to point out that when feminists cry of the abuses of women in places like Afghanistan, if you look at the men they are treated even worse. And, if you look at the “abuses” women endured in the past centuries, you will find that in every situation, men had even worse abuses to endure. It is a feature of human nature. It's just like no matter at what place, or in what time, children are always treated better than adults – it’s just the way humanity works.

So, after Feminism subsides, how will things change? Do you really think it will be any different? Women will still be treated better than men. They have been since the dawn of time, and they will be until closing time.

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Friday, October 09, 2015

Following the Masculine Principle is the "Right Way"

"Totalitarianism, however, does not so much promise an age of faith as an age of schizophrenia. A society becomes totalitarian when its structure becomes flagrantly artificial: that is, when its ruling class has lost its function but succeeds in clinging to power by force or fraud. Such a society, no matter how long it persists, can never afford to become either tolerant or intellectually stable...

Totalitarianism demands, in fact, the continuous alteration of the past, and in the long run probably demands a disbelief in the very existence of objective truth." --
George Orwell 
It's hard to say, really, what one should "do" about all of this falseness that's crept into our society. The family unit is obviously being altered. Everybody seems to have an idea of how to make it "work" better - by further deconstructing it. We've got a 50% Divorce Rate, Shared-Parenting, Gay Marriage, 5-Parent Families, unsustainable birth-rates, and over half of children now go to bed without their biological father in the house. I think marriage has been fixed enough, don't you?

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Wednesday, October 07, 2015

The Family Plot: The Future (Civil Unions & Shared Parenting)


The argument often used against Same Sex Marriage is that it should not be called “marriage” but rather a “civil union” – call it ANYTHING you want, just don’t call it marriage!

But advocates for Same Sex Marriage simply refuse to rename it, despite such “civil unions” not really differing from marriage in anything but name.

Have you ever asked yourself “why”?

A quick perusing of the following quotes ought to give a hint to the answer:

“Being queer is more than setting up house, sleeping with a person of the same gender, and seeking state approval for doing so. … Being queer means pushing the parameters of sex, sexuality, and family, and in the process, transforming the very fabric of society. … As a lesbian, I am fundamentally different from non-lesbian women. …In arguing for the right to legal marriage, lesbians and gay men would be forced to claim that we are just like heterosexual couples, have the same goals and purposes, and vow to structure our lives similarly. … We must keep our eyes on the goals of providing true alternatives to marriage and of radically reordering society's view of reality.” -- Paula Ettelbrick, “Since When Is Marriage a Path to Liberation?”, in William Rubenstein, ed., Lesbians, Gay Men and the Law (New York: The New Press, 1993), pp. 401-405.

"A middle ground might be to fight for same sex marriage and its benefits, and then, once granted, redefine the institution completely, to demand the right to marry not as a way of adhering to society's moral codes but rather to debunk a myth and radically alter an archaic institution." -- Michelangelo Signorile, "Bridal Wave," OUT Magazine, December/January 1994, p.161

"It [gay marriage] is also a chance to wholly transform the definition of family in American culture. It is the final tool with which to dismantle all sodomy statutes, get education about homosexuality and AIDS into public schools, and, in short, usher in a sea of change in how society views and treats us." -- Michelangelo Signorile, "I do, I do, I do, I do, I do," OUT Magazine, May 1996, p.30

"[E]nlarging the concept to embrace same-sex couples would necessarily transform it into something new....Extending the right to marry to gay people -- that is, abolishing the traditional gender requirements of marriage -- can be one of the means, perhaps the principal one, through which the institution divests itself of the sexist trappings of the past." -- Tom Stoddard, quoted in Roberta Achtenberg, et al, "Approaching 2000: Meeting the Challenges to San Francisco's Families," The Final Report of the Mayor's Task Force on Family Policy, City and County of San Francisco, June 13, 1990, p.1.

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There is an element in the Gay Community that fully intends to transform the current parameters of marriage and create something completely new. This is classical Cultural Marxism and is the reason why Gay Rights Activists and feminists have joined each other at the urinal of eternal victimization, despite the obvious contradiction of each group’s fundamental premise – that being feminists' entire raison d'ĂȘtre is based upon “Gender is a Social Construct,” (therefore women are discriminated against because they are treated differently while being born fundamentally the same), whereas Gay Rights Activists argue that they are born gay (refuting gender is a social construct) and therefore they are victimized because they are born that way. These arguments are mutually contradictory at the most fundamental level, and the two groups ought to be enemies… and yet, they obviously aren’t. The reason is that the radical wings of both factions have the same fundamental goal: they both wish to alter the family unit into something completely new.

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Monday, October 05, 2015

The Family Plot: The Present (No-Fault Divorce & Hypergamy)


R.I.P. Marriage 1.0 (Click Pic for "The Suffragettes versus The Patriarcy")
Often we identify the introduction of No-Fault Divorce laws in the 1970’s as the beginning of the divorce epidemic. As I pointed out in The Suffragettes versus The Patriarchy, this is not entirely accurate. The divorce craze actually began back in the 1860’s and 1870’s when the Suffragettes undermined father-custody with the Tender Year’s Doctrine and mother-custody became the norm. This voided one of the core tenets of marriage in the first place - which was bringing men into the reproduction process in a meaningful way so that their higher provisioning abilities could be utilized for the greater good of both families and society.

It’s not like No-Fault Divorce had no impact on divorce rates – it certainly did! But it more or less streamlined a process that had been well under way for over a century.

Contrary to popular belief, obtaining a divorce before the 1970’s was not that difficult. Marilyn Monroe divorced three times between 1942 and 1961 while Elizabeth Taylor had four divorces under her belt and was working on her fifth when No-Fault Divorce became law. Before No-Fault Divorce was introduced there were just a few more hoops to jump through, in an effort to “find fault.” Of course, with “fault” divorce, it extends that one must prove that an actual “fault” had occurred. There were many things which constituted “fault,” including adultery, alcoholism, insanity, abandonment, and a host of others. But the most pernicious to the institution was the fault called “cruelty.”

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Saturday, October 03, 2015

The Family Plot: The Past (Their Oppressors Are Children)


Sometimes I have to laugh at mankind's arrogance, to be sitting here on this tiny planet, in our not so significant solar system, in one of an infinite number of galaxies... that we dare to even argue about the nature of the universe and what is True or not.

It makes me think of being born on some tropical island out in the Pacific, then declaring the whole world is made of coconuts, sand and water.

How on earth could someone in that situation even conceive of the Grand Canyon or Mount Everest? We are in the same situation - so long as we are stuck way out here on good old planet earth, we too cannot possibly even conceive of all the workings, patterns, systems and forces that are at play in the "greater scope of things."

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Thursday, October 01, 2015

Useful Idiots Play Checkers, Marxists Play Chess

A mistake I think many "conspiracy theorists" make is trying to account for every single event as being some sort of manipulation. It doesn't really have to be as complex as that - there are really only certain pivotal arguments that need to be won, so that the general direction will turn. For example, giving women the vote, due to their more security-based psychology (as opposed to men's individualistic psychology) pretty much guaranteed that government would turn socialist and begin to grow. This has been explored by John Lott and Lawrence Kenny's study titled, "Did Women's Suffrage Change the Size and Scope of Government?"

In the same way, if parental authority is undermined by "children's rights," I can pretty much guarantee that there will be untold havoc created in people's families. Making the hierarchy upside down naturally causes problems. The private cannot lead the general. The employee cannot lead the employer. The child cannot lead the parent. Take any of these situations and reverse the hierarchy, and it's pretty easy to see how they will naturally canabalize themselves until they are utterly destroyed. Some arguments are more important than others - because they can set off a chain reaction of further arguments in the future.

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Tuesday, September 29, 2015

Cultural Pillars and Critical Theory

"All the other large and small nationalities and peoples are destined to perish before long in the revolutionary world storm… these residual fragments of peoples always become fanatical standard-bearers of counter-revolution and remain so until their complete extirpation or loss of their national character… [A general war will] wipe out all these petty hidebound nations, down to their very names. The next world war will result in the disappearance from the face of the earth not only of reactionary classes and dynasties, but also of entire reactionary peoples. And that, too, is a step forward." -- Friedrich Engels, "The Magyar Struggle," Neue Rhenische Zeitung, January 13, 1849
Immediately after Russia's October Revolution of 1917, Lenin withdrew from fighting in World War One, although the formal end of Russia's involvement wasn't until the Treaty of Brest-Litovsk in March 1918.  The Great War in Europe had all been predicted by Marx and Engels decades earlier and it appeared things were going exactly as they should. The next event that should have happened was for the common-man (the workers) to throw off their chains and unite under a new, global system of Communist Utopia. 

Of course, it never happened. This was a pivotal and confusing moment in the world of Marxism. Obviously, since the global revolution didn't appear as predicted, Marx and Engels had gotten something wrong. It is from here that "Marxism" goes from being strictly an economic theory and into the realm of cultural theory.

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Sunday, September 27, 2015

It's Not Marxism Because...

"A world where men and women would be equal is easy to visualize, for that precisely is what the Soviet Revolution promised." - Simone de Beauvoir, The Second Sex (New York, Random House, 1952), p.806

One of the most common arguments I see made against the notion that feminism and Marxism are one in the same goes something like this:

"Feminism and Marxism aren't related because Stalin's policy of xyz was certainly not feminist!" (or Mao's, or Pol Pot's or Gorbachev - take your pick).

Another common argument goes like this:

"Russian women aren't raving feminists like American women, therefore, Marxism and feminism aren't related."

Well, all these things may be true, but, one must also realize that Marxism is kinda like Christianity in that while it has a large over-riding ideology, there are many different denominations with varying beliefs. Lenin's interpretation of Marxism was one such type, called Leninism, and when Stalin took over he interpreted Marxism in a different way - over-riding some of Lenin's beliefs - and thus becoming "Stalinism." Mao as well interpreted Marxism differently from Stalin, and this became known as "Maoism." So, just as it is false to say that Protestants aren't Christians because they don't have a Pope and never go to confession, so is it false to say that Marxism and feminism are unrelated because of reason XYZ during Boris Yeltsin' s vodka soaked tenure at the helm.

Mostly when people such as myself assert that Marxism and feminism are one in the same, it has a lot to do with the philosophies behind Marxism, such as the oppressor vs. victim class, the use of the Marxist dialectic to manipulate the population, the "end-goal" of Marxism & feminism being remarkably similar, and most of all it comes from Engels' own words (Marx made a few references to liberating women, but Engels really got into it).

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