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Perhaps the Anglo-American media needs to start being more honest about Anglo-American women. They are, as we all know, obese, hypergamous, deluded, obnoxious and entitled. However, the Anglo media seems intent on projecting an entirely false image of them. Rap and rock music videos, TV shows and Hollywood films invariably show Anglo-American females as thin, sexualized, blonde, attractive and congenial.
We point out the dangers of such misrepresentation in the wake of another atrocity by the IS insurgents. This time, a young Jihadist with a British accent is seen to behead American photo-journalist James Foley after first warning President Obama not to bomb the IS militias. The killer’s accent suggests he grew up in South East England, probably London itself.
Any society keeps men ‘onside’ - that is, committed to the social order – through viable offers of sexual / reproductive reward. Would Agamemnon’s warriors have besieged Troy without the lure of sex – ‘a Trojan wife’ – for every one of them? Would Ghengis Khan’s warriors have followed him without ample opportunities for rape and pillage? Yet western societies in general, and Anglosphere nations in particular, seem to expect male loyalty and commitment with no such sureties at all. Indeed, such societies promise a blonde, nubile, seventeen year old model for every man – then typically fail to deliver.
Given this bitter reality, is it any wonder that young men turn from western society to lives of action and commitment in far-flung regions of the world? After all the lofty sexual promises pumped out in movies, rap videos and adverts, the vast majority of young men in Anglosphere countries are reaching adulthood with an overmastering sense of having been lied to. All through their formative years they were told that adult life would be one long feast of orgiastic delight. More, they were told that working hard at school and college would secure fast cars, penthouses and financial independence. Given the record levels of youth unemployment / underemployment in the UK, these economic promises have mostly turned out to be just another mirage.
Of course, broken promises are no excuse for beheading people. As Martin Prendergast says in Falling Down: “Hey, we’ve all been lied to”. However, we must remember that young people view the world in somewhat ‘black and white’ terms. They generally lack the cognitive experience to put the Anglosphere’s sexual lies in context, as just one set of lies in a world replete with them.
Mainstream Anglo-American society tends to view young men’s defection from the Anglosphere as some kind of ‘mystery’, as in the following article:
Charlie Cooper, from British counter-extremist think-tank the Quilliam Foundation, said there were several steps which could transform a young man from the streets of London to a brutal militant capable of beheading an innocent journalist.He said: "It's a process which involves a number of different factors. The first is an individual having an identity crisis of some form. He might have faced racist abuse or been kicked out of work or something like that, a crisis which leaves them feeling lost. What happens at that point is a charismatic Islamist narrative attracts them and they view it as providing them with answers to the trouble they have faced in their day-to-day life. From that stage they are channelled into an extremist path."To get someone from being a non-violent extremist to going to fight in Syria and from then to decapitate an American journalist while they're unarmed is not an immediate process but it is certainly all interlinked. Non-violent extremism provides a mood music for jihadism. This guy will have been recruited and bottlenecked into an Islamist extremist ideology which then will have led him to more exposure to propaganda from the Islamic State."SOURCE: Daily Express, 2014-08-21
However, in light of the foregoing discussion, we see no complex mystery at the heart of their disenchantment. It is a perfectly logical response to a plethora of broken promises. If the Anglosphere is serious about keeping its young men ‘on side’, perhaps it needs to stop lying to them.
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