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NeoLiberals are soulless lizard people and as such are horrible at human interaction and debate. Macron/Merkel/Hillary Clinton and especially Bloomberg are all NeoLiberals and exhibit the lizard symptoms.
Trump is a liberal he speaks with the manerism of an old union guy. Sanders is a democratic socialist and has populism in his rhetoric.
Basically the farther a person is from alienating NeoLiberalism the better he's going to do in verbal exchange.
My thesis is that Ideology is totalizing and manifests itself in architecture, clothing and in this specific case ideolect.
My goal in writing this isn't to just shit on NeoLiberals which is boring at this point. It's to help you recognize them by their speach.
Since NeoLiberalism is mentally degenerative (forcing them to rely on gay Power points) I belive they are vulnerable to the Jeb! treatment and don't do well in protracted verbal exchange. This of coarse should be taken advantage of at every opportunity.Read More
Here's the philosphical split with the Red Pill Prime.
Sexual Behavior is socially conditioned by the environment which is to say the economic incentive structure.
While the issue is experienced by the individual it is not caused by the individual but by the environment. Different individuals have different sensitivity to the environment as a result of culture and intelligence.
What is NeoLiberalism and how did it come about?
… as early as the 1970s, formerly leftist parties from the US to Japan made a strategic decision to effectively abandon what remained of their older, working-class base and rebrand themselves primarily as parties representing the interests and sensibilities of the professional-managerial classes. This was the real social base of Clintonism in the US, Blairism in the UK, and now Macronism in France. All became the parties of administrators. …
Whereas the core value of the caring classes is, precisely, care, the core value of the professional-managerials might best be described as proceduralism. The rules and regulations, flow charts, quality reviews, audits and PowerPoints that form the main substance of their working life inevitably color their view of politics or even morality. These are people who tend to genuinely believe in the rules. They may well be the only significant stratum of the population who do so. If it is possible to generalize about class sensibilities, one might say that members of this class see society less as a web of human relationships, of love, hate, or enthusiasm, than, precisely, as a set of rules and institutional procedures, just as they see democracy, and rule of law, as effectively the same thing. …
Blue Pill Males are men who misapply NeoLiberal managerial logic into the domain of sexual relations. They want a set of rules and procedures on how to get sex.
This creates a strong financial incentive structure to sell the sex PowerPoint and only calcifies the problem. Much of the Manosphere is built around selling said guides and not looking deeper.
Therefore a true red pill is pulling men away from applying NeoLiberalism sexually. This can take many different forms. While NeoLiberalism is about Financializaion which is to say making money of of usery not labour. Sexual NeoLiberalism is about getting Instagram likes for posting butt and being Alfa on the internet not engaging in physical sex.
The problem with our anti-neoliberal Red Pill is that NeoLiberals like Rollo chant the Red Pill isn't political/Ideology. They don't want a discussion of the system they want to pragmatically work within it's confines and make sex PowerPoints.
The question is how do you unplug people out of NeoLiberalism? So far the easiest people to unplug are those who are on the outskirts of the system Asians/Indians/Muslims/Southerners/Youth and Central Europeans.
The other issue is that people are stupid and too short attention span to sit through this explaination.Read More
@Bukharin the problem is two fold.
First there is the big merchants: banks and the people who serve the banks who are going to load the middle class with student and housing loans.
Next there are the little merchants who either don't see the system or don't want to see the system. Thier job is to sell the middle class on the idea that everything is their fault or that they can overcome the situation in a few easy steps.
Really it's the little merchants that prevent people from seeing the big merchant
@earthonaturtle I did something to my back a couple weeks ago. I was trying to swap plates out from a bar I had set up for deadlift. felt like an injury I had gotten before at work. I toughed that one out and it lingered for months. The recent one, I iced it (i had the luxury this time) and took a couple days off. It feels fine now but i havent deadlifted yet. I wouldn’t tough it out like you tried.
@GayLubeOil I think a continental block between Russia and Germany would have prevented many problems and conflicts as most sane people would argue. I deeply hope that one day German politicians will condemn atlanticism and turn to Russia.
I definitely share your reason that Atlanticism with its merchant individualism is the major reason for the problems we face today.
@Bukharin I identify as a Eurasianist. I think Atlanticism is the root of degeneracy. I mean this in an absolute sense.
You can see how this played out in the small context of TRP.red. The Anglos were only concerned with jerking off their own egos and virtue signaling.
Fundamentaly they don't have a position beyond sucking their own penis.
You think the would ever organize a Plato group for the persuit of knowledge?
@Bukharin Zizek doesn't want international Marxist direct democracy. He is directly opposed to direct democracy. He laughs at direct democracy and would rather have a political machine in power which functions by itself so that people can be freed up to worry about other things. www.youtube.com/watch?v=720iwroe9wk www.opendemocracy.net/en/can-europe-make-it/slavoj-i-ek-on-brexit-crisis-of-left-and-future-of-eur/
@GayLubeOil How would you define your political standing? I dont see any potential in proles and would never endorse a democratic form of government as apparently zizek does (as I understand he wants international marxist direct democracy, please enlighten my darkness)