@Rollo-Tomassi One of the few things I like about you Rollo is that you are a nice guy. When you were attacked by others on the Red Pill you always turned the other cheek even when you disagreed. That was a nice thing to do, I mean that sincerely.
There are two types of people in this world those who have the killer instinct and those who do not have the killer instinct. Rollo the world needs nice guys just not here buddy.
@Rollo-Tomassi If you define healthy using evolutionary psychology, the logical basis of nearly everything you purport, then you are using the same reasoning the American Psychology Association (APA) uses to redefine trannies as normal with toxic masculinity being a legitimate mental disorder.
In other words you are essentially using toxic masculinity but marketing it to the Red Pill as the feminine imperative.
It's irrational to sell yourself to a Millenial GenZ audience as a red pill source when so clearly you crave the blue pill. Your "praxeology" is to flip around the blue pill for your advantage. You don't just enjoy the decline you are the decline. You should quit posting here before GenZ finishes off the remains of your brand.Read More
Learning knowledge in college to work for an inc. is like eating protien from soy to bodybuild. It may contain all the protien you need to build your muscle but it isn't bioavailable and it can't be used to accomplish your objective. Popular opinion likes that you ate soy.
@LilStrasser Masculinity is largely contextual but there are a small number of traits that are universally masculine. When push comes to shove strength is required physically mentally and spiritually. Lack of physical strength in a community that is about lifting is a tell that you aren't strong in general. This makes the physically weak Red Piller the worst kind of feminine LARPing liar.
Someone like this isn't worth conversing with because it's a waste of everyone's time. The weak by definition do not accomplish anything truly significant. GLO is trying to accomplish something significant.
@itiswr1tten Traditionalism in the context we are using it is the Rene Guenon school followed by Evola. Conservatism in America is liberalism. It doesn't go back far enough into the past to conserve any sort of differentiated value structure.
Also if you're gonna tickle my butthole like that again make sure to say nohomo first.
....so when you went on that "traditionalist" diatribe earlier, you meant traditionalist/classical/traditional conservatism? This makes more sense now. For someone very specific about the verbiage, the "conservatism" piece was a significant omission.
I bet Jared is a fan of Robert Nisbet, assuming he reads.
"The quest for community will not be denied, for it springs from some of the powerful needs of human nature -- needs for a clear sense of cultural purpose, membership, status and continuity."
One of Nisbet's central ideas is that there is a vast difference between true authority, which is earned and exercised with restraint, and raw power, which is seized and unaccountable. Nisbet thus called for strengthening communities "small in scale but solid in structure." Also unacceptable were the efforts of centralizing ideologies, communism and Nazism, to "confer upon the individual some sense of that community which has been lost under the impact of modern social changes."
If this stuff tickles your butthole, go ahead and read the 330pg "The Quest for Community", published in 1953 (Ride the Tiger was '61). It goes quickly and is an interesting look into the American form of the ethos.Read More