Monday 14 November 2016

King Donald: How Manosphere Values gave Trump the White House

Now the American election is favourably decided, I feel the need to restate my mission as an anti-feminist theorist. Over the past seven years I have created a corpus of anti-feminist theory second to none. Neither on the Internet or in academia do I have any serious rival as the conceptual leader of the Anglo-American manosphere. Such luminaries as Roissy, Roosh and the Anti-Feminist quote freely from my writings. Innovative bloggers like Relampago Furioso have pushed my core ideas in fascinating new directions ( Outside the Anglosphere, my writings are translated into any number of languages, not least on the raunchy and popular Brazilian website, Canal do Bufalo.

Trump’s success of course derives from many overlapping demographic, economic and political factors. However, I have written a number of articles over the years that demonstrate a masculinist context for Trump’s resounding success.

1. Decline of the Mainstream Media


Since I started this blog, I have continually written about Antonio Gramsci’s concept of the hegemony; a kind of ideological cement that binds public consent to the social order. Schools, colleges and churches are powerful agents of hegemony, telling young people what to think and how to live. So, of course, is the family. However, Gramsci argued that the main hegemonic force in modern society is the mainstream media – television, newspapers, radio.  Prior to the rise of social media, these hegemonic agents ruled supreme. They accommodated whichever views or behaviour the establishment considered ‘normal‘ and pumped those values into people’s heads on a 24/7/365 basis. Consequently, politics from 1945 to the rise of the digital era was largely predictable; establishment candidates trotting out the old platitudes always triumphed; and the masses largely accepted this state of affairs. Obviously, all that began to change when the rise of social media began cutting deep into mainstream media outlets. Across the Anglosphere, newspapers are dying like flies while terrestrial television is increasingly marginalised; meanwhile, traditional radio stations have been comprehensively replaced by online shock jocks and bloggers. And now these hegemonic pillars have crumbled, so has the hegemony; the establishment can no longer inject its values into the masses in a clear and unobstructed manner. This is why we now have black Presidents, legalized marijuana, Brexit and President Trump. More shocks to the establishment will doubtless follow. The media has atomized, with different splinters catering to different social niches and patterns of cultural association (the Manosphere is a good example of this).  Moreover, these niches now span whole continents, transcending national or regional agendas: the Manosphere comprises people from North America, Anglophone Europe, the British Commonwealth and men from the post-feminist Anglo-American diaspora. Despite our geographical differences, we are all united by common interests. In sum, the single media narrative a national hegemony requires to function is effectively dead.

2. Rise of Single Men

There are now far more single men in the US than there used to be. This is more a matter of female hypergamy than anything else; graduate women have little interest in non-graduate men, and there are now far more graduate women than graduate men. White American women are also notoriously racist, further limiting their pool of available mates. Besides, as we all know, more and more men are shunning marriage on their own account. Men are naturally more risk-taking than women and become even more risk-taking when they are single; after all, what do they have to lose? Research shows that nations or regions with high proportions of single men are generally less stable and more prone to conflict than nations where most men have a reproductive life-partner. It takes no leap of imagination to see that the rise of ‘wild card’ candidates such as Sanders and Trump might relate to American male voters becoming more risk-taking due to widespread singleness. Trump’s utterances are obviously more confrontational than those of traditional politicians – in short, more risk-taking. Bigly.

3. Rise of the Nones.

Trump took the Republican nomination from religious fanatics like Cruz and Rubio. This can partly be explained by the increasing secularism of American society. In the US, nones (those without affiliation to a specific religious denomination) now make up almost a quarter of the population; and not all these people are left-liberals, by any means. The traditional bind between religion and Republicanism is clearly breaking down: Cruz and Rubio were leading phantom armies of devout anti-abortionists and secular Trump was the beneficiary of their folly. Trapped in antique hegemonic narratives, the Republican elite still think everyone goes to Church three times a day, wears fag shoes and only drinks coca-cola. However, Catholic sex scandals and the Internet have largely put paid to that. There are now more American nones than American Catholics and their numbers will only grow.

4. Generational Change.

The Baby Boomers who defined the post war era are dying off fast. As I have long maintained, this is wreaking enormous change across the West in general and the Anglosphere in particular. The Long Sixties are now a dim, distant memory and 2016 saw a great cull of the principal Boomer icons. In my view, one of the major effects of this generational replacement has been the decline of Sexual False Consciousness. Boomer culture generally told men that women want to have sex with everybody – indeed, that is the central theme of rock music and other Boomer institutions. Partly aided by the rise of the Manosphere and the popularization of socio-biology, many now question this narrative. Indeed, many men raised in the post-feminist era have grown up finding western women a crushing disappointment because of the false sexual expectations created by Boomer culture. Hillary’s lame slogan ‘Love Trumps Hate!’ is a weary platitude straight from a lost era. Enough already, Hillary.

5. Closure of the Liberal Mind

I don’t know when or why Anglo-American liberals became so close minded; it is a question for finer intellects than mine. Perhaps it has something to do with the progressives’ recent immersion in identity politics and wholesale rejection of the working class who used to provide their core electoral support. Whatever the reason, the liberal Cathedral now lives in a sealed echo-chamber that quashes all dissent. Feminists, democratic socialists and leftist academics cling to anti-essentialist, pro-immigration and globalist agendas despite repeated refutation by all relevant evidence (not to mention rejection by voters). David Futrelle’s website is a glorious example of this; an echo chamber where all dissent is banned or ridiculed. However, this tendency has led liberals to exaggerate their numbers and importance in society. The liberal cathedral expected Hillary to beat Trump by a landslide; in the end, they were roundly defeated in the all-important swing States and the Republicans have both houses.

6. Decline of Anglo Puritanism

The old Anglo-Saxon Puritanism is waning due to generational replacement, online porn, sex tourism and the rise of American secularism. Feminist news sites like the Huffington Post were scandalized by Mr Trump’s voracious virility – fortunately, mainstream society was not. Most people just shrugged and said, ‘so women let rich guys grab them by the pussy – so what? It’s nothing we didn’t know. If I had his power, I’d be doing the same.’ As I have long argued, Anglo feminism is essentially an extension of Anglo Puritanism; as Puritanism wanes, so does the power of feminism.

7. Rise of the Manosphere

“I think that there is definitely still a very significant portion of the party that is a limited government conservatism based faction of the overall coalition. Now the screamers and the crazy people on the ‘alt-right’ as they call it, you know, who love Donald Trump, who have plenty of Hitler iconography in their Twitter icons and names… who think Donald Trump is the greatest thing. Oh, it’s something. But the fact of the matter is most of them are childless, single men who masturbate to anime. They’re not real political players. These are not people who matter in the overall course of humanity.”

– GOP strategist Rick Wilson, speaking on MSNBC.

I am not trying to inflate our influence – most people still characterize us as unimportant and marginalised, with no small justification. However, in a world increasingly driven by tipping points, memes and complexity, an obscure online movement can create ripples and eddies in the wider culture out of all proportion to its actual size. Trapped in his Bible, Rick Wilson failed to grasp that there are now large numbers of single men prepared to vote for a risky and untried candidate like Mr Trump. For the past six years, David Futrelle has been saying that the manosphere is for losers, Game is for rapists and women are wonderful. But if all that were really true, why did Mr Trump win? Here is Futrelle’s admission of utter defeat:

When I began this blog six years ago, the Men’s Rights Movement was little more than a curiosity. I’ve watched, with both amusement and alarm, as this small movement has inspired, and ultimately has been eclipsed by, a broader anti-feminist, anti-woman backlash, online and off, driven largely by the same white male rage. Each new iteration of this backlash has been more toxic — and, sadly, more influential — than the last, ultimately culminating in the rise of the alt-right. Which is to say, the newest incarnation of fascism. Now the openly racist, openly misogynistic idol of the alt-right has been elected president. Obviously, not everyone who voted for Trump was white or male. But his candidacy was powered in large part by the same kind of white male rage I have been writing about virtually every day for the last six years.

I couldn't have said it better myself. Get back to your phantom armies, loser.

Conclusion: Opportunities and Outcomes

With Mr Trump’s dynamic victory, enormous opportunities have suddenly arisen that could transform the whole Anglosphere. The Baby Boomers are dying off, allowing us to shape a more man-friendly hegemony. What America does, the other Anglosphere nations will inevitably imitate. Here are some of my suggestions:

Make all American women register for the draft.
Legalize prostitution – this will decimate feminism at one fell swoop.
Strengthen the legal system against feminist manipulation.
Remove misandrist academics like Katherine McKinnon from their positions.
End all preferential treatment for women in schools and colleges.
Strengthen the secular presence in the Republican party – Christianity is spiritual Marxism.

And if Mr Trump is reading, here is a list of feminists who need to be imprisoned or executed:

Katherine McKinnon
David Futrelle
Jessica Valenti

There; that should do it.

Tuesday 8 November 2016

The Hillary Doctrine: Why this Election Matters for Men Everywhere

What she so richly deserves...

The future of the whole planet hangs in the balance. After months of campaigning, Clinton and Trump at last face up to one another in the Presidential election. While Trump has his faults, they pale into insignificance when compared to Clinton’s criminality, deceit and chilling sense of entitlement. Worse still, Clinton is a rabid feminist who, if elected President, fully intends to use America’s power and influence to advance her warped agenda.  For the whole thrust of her foreign policy is no less than the brutal imposition of misandrist Anglo-American feminism across the globe. This heinous agenda, known as the Hillary Doctrine, simply represents an international war against male rights and freedoms. Here is Clinton speaking at a TEDWoman conference in Washington DC:

So the United States has made empowering women and girls a cornerstone of our foreign policy, because women's equality is not just a moral issue, it's not just a humanitarian issue, it is not just a fairness issue; it is a security issue. It is a prosperity issue and it is a peace issue. ... Give women equal rights, and entire nations are more stable and secure. Deny women equal rights, and the instability of nations is almost certain. The subjugation of women is, therefore, a threat to the common security of our world and to the national security of our country.

Okay, we get it: and on paper, it all sounds fair enough. However, as we all know, the reality of male life in the Anglosphere is systemized persecution and discrimination across a huge range of factors, from criminal sentencing to schooling and health care. Because of their Puritanical history, the Anglosphere nations exalt women on pedestals while castigating men as sexual beings (interestingly, Clinton and her chorus lines in the ‘mainstream’ media criticized Trump for no more than being a ‘sexual’ man – hardly a federal offence). What Anglo feminists really mean by ‘gender equality’ , of course, is a feminist dictatorship wherein men are third class citizens deprived of the most basic human rights; where all forms of sexual expression – pornography, prostitution, even game – are ruthlessly quashed; where women are parachuted into positions of power and influence by mere virtue of their gender; and where men are drafted to advance women’s ‘rights’ while being systematically robbed of their own. This is not a world I (or any sane man) wants to live in.

However, if Clinton wins the election then this is the world that awaits us. For Clinton, reducing men across the world to serfdom is central to her design. What she wants – what all Anglo feminists want – is a planet where sexual scarcity has reduced all men to denatured, pussy-begging maggots like David Futrelle or deluded femiservatives like Tommy Fleming.  A world where men are expendable slaves or beasts of burden, like the United States. A world where every female is a princess walking on air. In Hard Choices (2014), Clinton’s demented political memoir, she explains her agenda in greater detail:

... It was no coincidence that the places where women's lives were most undervalued largely lined up with the parts of the world most plagued by instability, conflict, extremism, and poverty. This was a point lost on many of the men working across Washington's foreign policy establishment, but over the years I came to view it as one of the most compelling arguments for why standing up for women and girls was not just the right thing to do but also smart and strategic ... the correlation was undeniable, and a growing body of research showed that improving conditions for women helped resolve conflicts and stabilize societies. "Women's issues" had long been relegated to the margins of U.S. foreign policy and international diplomacy, considered at best a nice thing to work on but hardly a necessity. I became convinced that, in fact, this was a cause that cut to the heart of our national security.

'Our national security' my Nepalese ass. One only has to look at the chaotic state of the Anglosphere nations to see the real fruits of feminism:  a criminal, welfare dependent underclass; an ailing, non-productive economy; institutionalised anti-male discrimination; record male suicide rates; and near-ubiquitous male alienation. How any of this can be equated with prosperity or stability, I leave for the reader to judge.

I hope I have explained the importance of this election for men; not only those resident in the Anglosphere, but around the world.

Vote Trump.

Lock her up and throw the key away...


Sunday 9 October 2016

Don’t Vote for Donald Trump - Sex is Wrong!

The Donald signs a Tit - shocking!

In many respects, the unfolding US presidential election represents the age-old Anglosphere conflict between Saxon and Celt. Hillary embodies Anglo-Saxon values – a former lawyer (law is of course the keystone of Anglo civilization), an anaemic liberal, a default feminist and of course, an entitled woman. With his Scottish genes, Trump is the living expression of alpha manliness, charm, flair and visionary enterprise – all Celtic traits. Hillary is obsessed by procedural details, Trump focuses on the big picture – ‘the big stuff,’ as he puts it. In time-honoured Anglo fashion, Hillary refuses to acknowledge that decades of misguided collectivism have led to national decline. In typical Celtic style, Trump recognizes the crisis engulfing America but offers few concrete solutions beyond his vague national ‘vision’. Edward I and William Wallace, Hotspur and Owen Glendower, the Jacobite rebellions and even the American Civil War – the battlefield changes but the ancient adversaries remain the same.

However, the election also shows how totally Anglo feminism ‘owns the ground’ in the United States. Far from being oppressed or marginalised, ‘mainstream’ American institutions (including the Republican party) have universally decried Trump for statements affirming his attraction to fertile young women. His worst ‘crime’ was daring to say that women let rich celebrities ‘grab them by the pussy’ – a statement he made long before entering politics. Besides, Mr Trump was merely stating an obvious truth: that women are attracted to men with wealth, power and celebrity. This is entirely obvious to anyone with even half a brain. Women let rich, famous men ‘grab them by the pussy’ without complaint because they are (for the most part) hypergamous and sexually elitist. Mr Trump is excoriated not just for his attraction to women, but because he tells the truth about them.

Of course, women are sexually indifferent to wealth and fame!

Above all, the witchhunt against Mr Trump hinges on the fact that he is a heterosexual male with healthy erotic drives and interests. The American cultural establishment seemingly expect the President to be a denatured eunuch with no human drives at all. In their view, it is ‘misogynistic’ for a man to say he finds fertile young girls attractive; frankly, a warped and degenerate perspective. And how curious that the liberal establishment – so notable for promoting gay ‘rights’ – nurture such antagonism towards Trump’s spirit of sexual experiment. After all, what is the attraction of male homosexuality, if not ‘experiment’? Men sucking other men’s cocks is just fine and dandy – but when Mr Trump describes his priapic desire for young nubiles, a storm of liberal-feminist invective descends on his head.

Double standards, much?

Being heterosexual - a Federal Offence?

For over five years now I have preached that the Anglosphere retains a potent strand of secular Puritanism upon which Anglo-American feminism draws for inspiration and sustenance. It not only explains the repressive misandry specific to Anglo feminism, it also explains feminism’s dominion over the pan-Anglosphere establishment.

Well, this presidential contest offers ample proof of the latter point.

Bizarrely, Hillary’s media/political/academic fan club seems to view recreational, heterosexual sex as inherently wrong – a matter of scandal, almost of shame. Moreover, they have successfully normalized their warped view of human relations, making Mr Trump appear as some lust-crazed monster for simply being a heterosexual male. Frankly, what has he said that every normal man doesn’t think every day of his life? What has he done that every normal man wouldn’t do if he had Trump’s money and fame?

America’s academic/media/political establishment will only be happy when all males are castrated, gay or extinct. Hopefully, enough American people will see through this puritanical nonsense to appreciate the Republican candidate’s varied merits. Not least of these would be his actually having engaged with the real-world economy, something most feminist lawyers and career politicians have never even attempted. Plus, he can stay on his feet for an hour without fear of seizure or collapse: surely a decided advantage for the world’s most powerful person?

America, the choice is yours.
Sex isn't wrong!