Wednesday, 13 January 2010

Untimely Meditations: Beards, X-Factor and the Anglobitch Makeover

FIRST MEDITATION: African Babies - The Ultimate Anglobitch Makeover


In recent years, the celebrity Anglobitch has taken to adopting African babies. Now, we all know what that represents, don’t we? A demonstration intended to present the Anglobitch as some kind of pleasant, 'nurtering' female. Such a demonstration is necessary because 'the game is up': the vast majority of Anglo-American men now know exactly what the Anglobitch is all about: feeding her narcissistic neuroses. The race to adopt an African baby is a conscious attempt by the celebrity Anglobitch (supported, of course, by the Anglo-American mass media) to disguise the true, abject nature of Anglo-American females.

Nowadays, the Anglo-American media are ‘bending over backwards’ to insinuate that Anglo-American women are ‘caring’, selfless and humane. Obviously, this represents an unconscious need to rehabilitate Anglo-American women in the public eye, so tarnished is their public image as grasping, evil harridans. All those Eighties ‘Material Girl’ videos have wrought a corresponding distaste for the Anglobitch among American men verging on mass hatred. As with VAWA - a naked attempt to deny American men access to foreign women - this projection of ‘caring’ Anglo women represents a conscious desire to redefine the Anglobitch as a viable partner across the Anglosphere.

SECOND MEDITATION: Pogonological Investigations - Beards and the Declining Anglosphere


"How womanly it is for one who is a man to comb himself and shave himself with a razor, for the sake of fine effect, and to arrange his hair at the mirror, shave his cheeks, pluck hairs out of them, and smooth them!...For God wished women to be smooth and to rejoice in their locks alone growing spontaneously, as a horse in his mane. But He adorned man like the lions, with a beard, and endowed him as an attribute of manhood, with a hairy chest - a sign of strength and rule." - St. Clement of Alexandria


What can one say of beards? They are the supreme expression of masculine potency. Only old women with hormone disorders can grow beards among womankind, and they are rightly derided. As a stag has antlers or a lion his magnificent mane, so men and billy-goats have beards. It has been said that MRAs concentrate far too much on women and their faults, neglecting to create or resurrect dynamic archetypes of manhood. In truth, the beard is one such potent, positive symbol and needs to be recognized as such.

It is interesting that in the Victorian era - the last era with some remnant of patriarchy - the beard was almost obligatory among males. Indeed, it seems to have been much more prevalent among the higher social strata, those who defined the shape of that era. The ancient Greeks considered the beard to be an indispensable badge of virility. In many ancient cultures, the beard was held in such veneration that its full or partial removal was accounted a most severe punishment. It is notable that, since the Anglosphere lapsed into absolute matriarchy, the beard has lapsed from the former ubiquity it once enjoyed among the Anglosphere’s greatest men to its present parlous condition, patronised only by hippies and scientists. During the American civil war, every major figure sported a magnificent growth of facial hair. Even Generals without full beards still cultivated alternative facial displays, for example exotic moustaches and lyrical sideburns.

Bluntly, male facial hair urgently needs to come back into fashion all around the Anglosphere.

General Stonewall Jackson: A beard to be reckoned with!

General Lee: A beard of quiet, but unquestionable authority!

One for the Union: Abraham Lincoln at his Confederacy-Beating Best!

THIRD MEDITATION: Rage Against the Machine and the Rise of the New Media



The following article raises important issues about circumventing the Anglo-American media (and its inherent misandry) from a dynamic MRA perspective:

In recent years, it had become as predictable as elections in North Korea – singer wins X Factor, singer's debut single goes to No 1. So when Joe McElderry won the TV talent contest, he was no doubt confident he would celebrate Christmas at the top of the charts.

Alas for the 18-year-old from South Shields, it wasn't to be: a song almost his own age denied him the top spot after a successful online campaign. Killing In The Name, an expletive-heavy rock song first released in 1992 by the Californian rock band Rage Against the Machine, won the battle for Christmas top spot on the basis of downloads only. It sold about 500,000 copies last week, about 50,000 more than The Climb, McElderry's earnest ballad.

Depending on your view, the Rage victory was either a delicious dismantling of the X Factor Christmas No 1 juggernaut or a cynical assault on the festive charts. There was, though, some indignation when it emerged both records had links to Simon Cowell, the entertainment industry's favourite pantomime baddy. With the Rage track having been released by Sony, and McElderry's by Cowell's Syco, a Sony subsidiary, some claimed the high-waisted X Factor judge would emerge triumphant whichever act won the chart battle.

But arguably the real victor here was a rock fan from Essex who started a Facebook group a month ago with the (then) pie-in-the-sky idea of usurping the X Factor winner from the no 1 slot.

Jon Morter, 35, a part-time rock DJ and logistics expert from South Woodham Ferrers, near Chelmsford, decided it would be a bit of a giggle to start a campaign to encourage people to buy a record with pretty much the opposite vibe to the X Factor winner's ballad. While McElderry urges listeners to "keep the faith", the Rage track is best known for its now-ironic refrain: "Fuck you, I won't do what you tell me."
He had tried a similar wheeze last year, when he attempted to get Rick Astley's Never Gonna Give You Up to the top of the Christmas charts. Alexandra Burke, the 2008 X Factor winner, won that battle, but having succeeded in propelling Astley to "the lower echelons of the chart", Morter was emboldened to try again. This time, he was helped by the comedian Peter Serafinowicz, who on 15 December urged his 268,000-plus Twitter followers to join in, and it snowballed from there. By the time Paul McCartney and former X Factor winner Steve Brookstein had pledged their support, poor McElderry seemed doomed.

When the Guardian broke the news to Morter that he had won, he was initially lost for words. "Oh bloody hell," he said, as the consequences of what he had done became clear. Composing himself, he said: "I think it just shows that in this day and age, if you want to say something, then you can – with the help of the internet and social networking sites like Facebook and Twitter. If enough people are with you, you can beat the status quo."

SOURCE: Guardian


This result should give all MRAs hope. Although we are weak in terms of the MSM (Main Stream Media), we are strong (and waxing ever stronger) on the Internet. If an Internet campaign can defeat a massive multinational backed by the mainstream media, then we can beat the mainstream matriarchy, also. This is the clearest proof that the world is rapidly changing, throwing up an entirely new paradigm of media manipulation. And there have been other signs, some of them tangential to our cause, but nonetheless important. The increasing coverage of female paedophiles in the pan-Anglosphere MSM shows that our campaign is now starting to bite. And in the States, overturning the MSM and its reflexive misandry should be much easier, due to the pluralistic nature of the American media.

How are we to maximize this opportunity? Simple: we must make the Internet our own by controlling its 'reconnaissance space'. General JEB Stewart, the Confederate cavalry commander was instrumental in his country's early military successes. Stewart recognised that the old, Napoleonic use of cavalry as shock troops was irrelevant in the era of long-range musketry and effective anti-personnel artillery ammunition. He did, however, see a new and revolutionary use for his horsemen: as a force to occupy the 'reconnaissance space' between two armies. With this space occupied by his cavalry, it meant that all initiative lay with his own side.

In short, Stewart's use of cavalry pre-empted the modern significance of air power as the ultimate arbiter of conflict. In the same way, MRAs have to make the Internet our own in the battle against Anglo-American feminism – an MRA mare nostrum ('our sea'), as Rome dubbed the Mediterranean. We must reach a situation where ALL feminists are automatically and decisively challenged/crushed whenever they venture into cyberspace. Some MRAs have intuitively understood this - but far more need to 'grasp the nettle' and impose action upon themselves, attacking Anglobitch feminism whenever it appears.

6 comments:

  1. Excellent blog; have added you to my Jolly Bloggers list.

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  2. I have wondered why I don't see men in the US wearing beards or any facial hair at all. This trend seem to have started in the 80's and continues today.

    I have on occasion seen some women in the US with a little bit of a "four o'clock shadow." Usually it's older women. When I do see a woman with facial hair, I don't know if I should laugh, or vomit! LOL

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  3. I have read several articles advising men that women prefer men without facial hair. Some of these articles are allegedly written with women's advise (propaganda for the razor industry?).

    Well shave because the beard really itches like hell and they don't call it a "snot catcher" for nothing!

    How about that VAWA! Have the bitches cock-blocked us on foreign women? What can be done?

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  4. *I have on occasion seen some women in the US with a little bit of a "four o'clock shadow."*

    WTF?

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  5. *I have read several articles advising men that women prefer men without facial hair.*

    Precisely...

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  6. About your insight about the beards, this actually explains why my mother and sister are CONSTANTLY bugging me to shave my mustache and goatee off.

    The moment it reaches past the three-day mark, they start BITCHING about how scrappy I look. And wouldn't you know it? They are every bit the third and fourth wave feminists described in the Manosphere.

    Non-militaristic and no where near as man-hating on the surface, but every bit as self-entitled and arrogant as the bra-burners.

    And isn't it amazing how every professional workplace now requires every male to shave? Every last one! The most they can grow is a mustache, but nothing more than that.

    Coincidence? I think not.

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