This Is Mark Minter?!

I was reading the comment section of Roosh’s “How To Kill The Player Inside You” and came across commenter Mark Minter. He is brilliant and insightful. You might think you disagree at times with his extremism, but bear in mind that context is critical. Your context as a reader might not sync with where he is coming from as a writer at a given point in his prose. Wisdom knows all the angles.

This Mark Minter has no blog of his own. Deti is another notable commentator without an official blog, but he has an unofficial one.

Mark Minter’s advice is roughly: (1) never get married, (2) spin plates in lieu of marriage, (3) embrace feminism and its costs in lower wages and higher taxes for the freedom of being single with more outlets for sex variety and recovering consumer outlets for men due to increasing proportions of single women and single men. He does not address the end game of reclaiming popular male sovereignty, from what I’ve read, except to say that it is not a fight in our lifetimes. I so hope he is wrong. I want to know what it feels like to…

This paragraph from his comment at Château Heartíste post “The Problem With Single Women Having The Vote” summarizes his advice well:

You cannot worry about the deficit or free markets or any economic shit that might come about because more and more benefits are given out to women in substitution of husbands. It won’t fall apart today and when it does fall apart you will be dead. If you are truly as narcissistic and as Machiavellian as you should be then you should not use any other filter than is a thing good for you. Feminism is good for you. It is freeing you from the stupidity of being some bitch’s husband. You get to live as a free man. It allows women to stay single so you can fuck them. Whatever negatives it has brought into society is trivial compared to the benefit of you not marrying anymore.

Hat tip to FrancisBegbie for helping bring the comment to my attention. Similar advice is given by Dannyfrom504’s “On Being the Boss and Hypergamy.” It is important to keep in return to mind the idea that friends are business and business is friends. The clean separation in the age of no men’s clubs is just another snipped snippet of a thousand-cut political death whereby civic patriarchs have been neutered into cooperative bondsmen. Exclusive sexual resources are what a woman must provide as a family business vendor to be a privileged friend in a real man’s business. A man who handles responsibilities well is a man who has privileges and guards them with jealousy.

Thomas Jefferson wrote anonymously in the Kentucky Resolution of 1798:

…that confidence is every where the parent of despotism; free government is founded in jealousy, and not in confidence; it is jealousy, and not confidence, which prescribes limited constitutions to bind down those whom we are obliged to trust with power…

At Return of Kings, Roosh has written some posts that feature prose from Mark Minter heavily: “Who Is Mark Minter?” and “Mark Minter Strikes Yet Again.” With time, we can expect search results will show new material. I was originally going to entitle this post “Who Is Mark Minter?,” but Roosh beat me to it. I’m not surprised.

Cherchez la femme.

–‘Reality’ Doug, 30 January 2013

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About ‘Reality’ Doug

I'm feed up with herd people, so civil and uncivilized, these feckless barbarians with manicures. Where is Galt's Gulch? and where are the people to go there? Who am I? Who is John Galt?
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6 Responses to This Is Mark Minter?!

  1. dannyfrom504 says:

    I appreciate the linkage. Thanks.

    Stay up.

  2. Boy Toy says:

    Thanks for the links(:

  3. dannyfrom504 says:

    Thanks for the linkage Brother.

  4. Well, it’s irrelevant now, because Mr. Minter is apparently engaged.

    • Hi, Quintus! I’m not discounting Minter’s commentary past or future. Marriage 2.0 is no less terrifying than before, and I’m on the edge of my seat: hoax?, marriage game advance?, or fool-me-twice diatribe? Plus community reaction. And if we are becoming a real community, all the better. We ought to be attracting women willing to be put in their place, maybe. Life is an experiment.

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