Forget arguing with liberals. Point out that liberalism is about the subordination of men, and it is happening in real life, everyday, all around you. Roissy writes about this all the time, and I realized that for most of my life, I had internalized the rules about the subjugation of men.
The TV and movies constantly depicted masculine men as people who got out of control and destroyed their own lives and the lives of people around them. The Jewish media message “Testoserone makes you stupid.” There is perhaps the slightest grain of truth to this, but they took this message and delegitimized the father as the head of the family, and turned generations men into supplicants.
The reverse of the coin of the Jewish message is “women are wiser.” Thus we were taught to defer to the estrogen wisdom. So much misery has come from this upending of Nature.
Some alternet liberal, Josh Holland, was writing yet another finger shaking post about a naughty, naughty South Carolina politician who used the term “raghead” to describe Obama:
I guess it doesn’t matter that this is an accurate, if not genteel description. (As an aside, I have no animus left for President Obama 44, as Bush 43 took it all).
At any rate, a commenter on Holland’s article was going on about “Authoritarian followers.” I put in a quick comment, “Authoritarians get the hottest babes though,” and a light bulb went off in my wingnut brain! It’s true!
It’s amazing how a generation of men was slyly convinced to not be men! To give up manliness, and paternal authority, as though it was some sort of sin! Truly a severe case of culture poisoning. Amazing.
And need I add — women despise this. They condition men to be obedient betas — they’ll tell you that’s how a guy should be, but they sleep with the men who do exactly the opposite. I will quote a brilliant Roissy post in full:
Relationship Advice From A Supermodel
May 24, 2010 by Chateau
An Australian supermodel, Miranda Kerr, has put together a list of tips men should follow to keep their women happy and their relationships strong. (Article courtesy of reader J.N.)
Kerr revealed her top 10 romance tips to readers of AskMen.com, who voted her most desirable Australian woman in the world. They are:
1. Buy the right size
2. Listen to her
3. Connect with her
4. Know what you want
5. Don’t be afraid to show her love
6. Tell her she is beautiful and romance her
7. Get a baby sitter
8. Be healthy
9. Pamper her
10. Treat her like a goddess
Fascinating! In the interest of generous reciprocation, I offer my list of Chateau-approved tips for women to help keep the romance alive in their relationships.
1. Spend his money to buy yourself clothes in the right size. Men like it when they are made to feel like dutiful ATMs.
2. Talk to him. Constantly.
3. Connect with him emotionally. Sex should be an afterthought to connection.
4. Know what you want from him.
5. Don’t be afraid to withdraw love. Men like to chase.
6. Tell him he is your best friend. Punctuate with warm hug and three pats on the back.
7. Get a baby sitter so that he may spend lots of money on you at fancy restaurants and the theater so that you return home too tired for sex.
8. Be healthy. Duh. This needed its own tip?
9. Ignore him.
10. Treat him like a therapist… who also happens to be penis-less.
Naturally, Chateau decorum insists on the utmost adherence to sarcasm when the moment calls for it. This was on of those moments. The lovely Miranda Kerr’s list may as well have been titled “Top 10 Romance Tips for Men Who are Already Alpha Enough to Afford Handicapping Their Attractiveness”, or perhaps “Bottom 10 Romance Tips for Beta Males Who Yearn for the Closure of Being Dumped”.
Similarly, my list would work great for 9s and 10s who are dating men so grateful to be with them that the men will put up with all sorts of shit. For the rest of womankind, my romance tips would have any man with a shred of dignity and a molecule of testosterone left in his sack running for the hills.
Kerr’s list — and just about all female relationship advice — neatly demonstrates one of the Chateau’s maxims:
CR Maxim #57: Never trust a woman’s advice on how to please women. Her advice is designed for alpha men she already finds attractive and from whom she seeks signals of attainability and commitment.
Corollary to Maxim #57: A woman’s sex and relationship advice isn’t meant to help men; it’s meant to distract men from what really works to turn women on.
Then I remembered an especially illustrative example of liberal betatude and this same sort of “bad advice for men” that Miranda Kerr proffers — a video ad by a liberal feminist for a book called “Over the Cliff” by the anti-white David Neiwert. I wasn’t able to embed the video, but here’s the link to the post It’s all about women slapping men for consuming conservative media, and the men of course taking it like good beta herbs. And then one of the herbs “does the right thing” and opens wallet (isn’t that always the beta male role) and buys his shackup girlfriend a copy of the Neiwert book, and so the woman agrees to have sex with him.
So that’s how it is in liberal-land? Even after you are living together, you are still supplicating and paying, paying, paying? Eternal supplication to the wiser, leftier woman? Ouch! Imagine if she caught you reading Occidental Dissent! She’d have to throw you out of the fashionable loft apartment . . . like . . . NOW! You fascist wingnut bastard! And she’d probably try to demand that you pay the rent for the rest of the lease. And a beta liberal herb would probably do it.
You want to be able to argue our side effectively with unawakened White men? There you go.