Culling All Men

When you understand the system, which only failure can kill, you become seemingly prescient. Such is the case with feminism making useful slaves of women. Who will work harder than a single mother? Who is more desperate, idealistic, malleable? Nobody, that’s who!

As I explained in my previous post “Once Upon an Ugly Stick,” feminism is harnessing women not freeing them. As you likely know, but for the slow people, men are harnessed via the women, especially the white men, who represent the only rival demographic group to total Western and virtually world domination. I was listening to Thrush Phlegmbaugh today, and he referred to a study that came out recently about the life expectancy of women deteriorating relative to the promise of ‘having it all’. So I tracked down what I expect is the same study Thrush was talking about. It came out yesterday, 4 March 2013. This is the abstract:

Researchers increasingly track variations in health outcomes across counties in the United States, but current ranking methods do not reflect changes in health outcomes over time. We examined trends in male and female mortality rates from 1992–96 to 2002–06 in 3,140 US counties. We found that female mortality rates increased in 42.8 percent of counties, while male mortality rates increased in only 3.4 percent. Several factors, including higher education levels, not being in the South or West, and low smoking rates, were associated with lower mortality rates. Medical care variables, such as proportions of primary care providers, were not associated with lower rates. These findings suggest that improving health outcomes across the United States will require increased public and private investment in the social and environmental determinants of health—beyond an exclusive focus on access to care or individual health behavior.

Notice the baked-in politics, the presumption. A real man has political power of his own life. You do not. You should not take the law into your own hands, little boy. But then what protects your life, liberty, and pursuit of happiness if you (or your One) as a man are not the law. A democracy of politics ultimately requires a democracy of violence, but Americans are so happily brainwashed out of a subconscious fear of their government recruited adversary. Did you note the last sentence of the abstract, the raison d’être for the funding of Drs. Kindig and Cheng, who are no doubt allowed to keep their jobs like good little technocrats proving anthropological global warming: “These findings suggest that improving health outcomes across the United States will require increased public and private investment in the social and environmental determinants of health—beyond an exclusive focus on access to care or individual health behavior.” #! (shebang)

I am going to change topics now. I’ve been reading Robert Greene’s The 48 Laws of Power. I recommend it to all Manospherians. Why? Hate globally, act locally. I am adapting the maxim Jack Donovan gave us, “Hate Globally, Like Locally.” I thought I would leave you with some quotes from Greene’s book.

In the margin on page 12 as an aside for Law 2, “Never Put Too Much Trust in Friends, Learn How to Use Enemies” is:

Men are more ready to repay an injury than a benefit, because gratitude is a burden and revenge a pleasure.
Tacitus, c. A.D. 55–120

On page 234 under the rubric ‘Authority’ of Law 28, “Enter Action with Boldness” is:

I certainly think that it is better to be impetuous than cautious, for fortune is a woman, and it is necessary, if you wish to master her, to conquer her by force; and it can be seen that she lets herself be overcome by the bold rather than by those who proceed coldly. And therefore, like a woman, she is always a friend to the young, because they are less cautious, fiercer, and master her with greater audacity. (Niccolò Machiavelli, 1469–1527)

Stay thirsty, my friends, and cherchez la femme.

—Reality Doug, 5 March 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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