Monday, July 10, 2017

Request Granted

From a reader:
Make a feminist angry. I don't care how. But give some facts."

The Patriarchy is what gave us civilization. Civilization is what gives the feminist movement the safety to believe things that are wholly untrue, without fear of recourse. The same Civilization is what allows those who ought not have a voice in decision making - women and weak men - to have a voice in decision making.

Many Red Pill sources suggest:
Hard men create good times.
Good times create weak men.
Weak men create hard times.
Hard times create hard men.
(And the cycle continues)
Also to be understood is that women's reasoning is, at best, comparable to a weak man's.

One of the main downfalls of civilization, then, are the poor decisions - whether they come from weak men or from women. Never in recorded history has a woman's decisions led to good times. Same goes for decisions from weak men.

In a recent YouTube video,  Stephen Molyneux has a dialogue with a young woman about her mistake with a recent boyfriend. At one point, Molyneux off handedly pointed out that some of the caller's instances of poor decision making are why certain older civilizations had a girl's father determine whom she should marry.

If we went back to this system, it would go a long way to making our civilization a lot more stable. A young man ought to have to ask a girl's father to call on her, date her, or marry her. No single female girl should be allowed to date or marry without her father's permission.

If we went to this system, it would help solve the problem from two ends - fewer decisions by women, and it would also encourage men to be stronger. A young man who wishes to marry would have to prove himself worthy to the girl's father. More young men would get jobs and make something productive of themselves in order to win the favor of a more logical human being.

These are my thoughts. I imagine this should do the trick, kind reader.

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