Marketing to the Choir

The Manosphere has an economic weakness. I can only guess it’s a serious one.

Why should the Manosphere escape what all plebs are facing?

The culture and economy are chickified. It’s all about feelings and likeability. The value of the Manosphere is learning exactly how to relate to instinct zombie feelings and how to be ‘likeable’. I expect there is a correlation between likeability and financial means. Krauser would call it a case of adverse selection.

Why then, are we writing so many books for each other with the expectation of making money? Why are there so many donate buttons? If the Manosphere were growing exponentially fast in socio-economic terms, it would be a viable model, but even if it is growing in numbers of people, is it growing in cultural quality or in disposable income? I doubt it.

Instead of being so straightforward economically, we need to apply Game to make money off of useful idiots who can’t help but hurt us otherwise. We ought to be tapping into the government tit as directly, as diversely, and as insidiously as possible. Stealth cannibalism is the game today, and until the control structure collapses, it is here to stay.

I anticipate publishing a post that will functionally detail the current American economy and by extension of turnkey similarities Western economies in general. The money is flowing easily to the competently destructive do-gooders, and not to you. There are people living above you that have ten times the lifestyle and a tenth of your societal value. They will always think they earned it because they are natural born parasitic pawns with hardwired denial skills. Deal with it.

—‘Reality’ Doug, 27 September 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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