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Is the Beta Male Mentally Ill?
Published 07/08/16 by RedRum [0 Comments]

He Might Just Be

Here at the collective community TRP, we openly share our distaste for Betas and Beta Behavior. This response is only natural and what is natural is deserved. The Beta Male is needy, dependent, and ruins parties. One beta male let his girlfriend fuck three different men at a sex party. One red pill member stated “this man is mentally ill”. Naiveté and gullibility are not mental illnesses.

The Lost Boys

Western social conditioning has robbed young males of the best gift a man’s life can offer: the very experience of becoming a man. Young boys are naive and often raised with ‘a good ol heart’. Without a strong masculine example in his life, the young boy may never know what it means to ‘grow up’ and fulfill his masculine destiny. What we have in the aforementioned article is an adult male with the mind of a young boy.

A man-child:

  • Half man
  • Half boy
  • 100% Lost

No More Men

It would be the mind of a little boy that might tell himself he wants to see his ‘loved ones’ happy and have a fulfilling life and let his girl go have her experiences; perhaps in hopes that he too would have his lot. Our western society aims to see the destruction of the masculine identity and promotes and encourages androgyny, cuckoldry, and the peter pan complex. The only culture that still has a strong masculine backbone is Black Culture and they’re always met with life-threatening controversy by the media.

Not All Betas Are Like That

NOBALT. A beta is no more mentally ill than any one else caught in a belief system. They are lost. Misinformed of the true nature of the world and women. Most are too set in their ways to be helped; crippled by the system to keep them in line. Heaven has a capacity and it’s filling up.

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The foolishness of the jester, whether in his odd appearance or his levity, implies that he is not passing judgment from on high, and this may be less galling than the "holier than thou" corrective of an earnest adviser. One of the most effective techniques the jester uses to point out his master's folly is allowing him to see it for himself. Rather than contradicting the king, the jester will agree with a harebrained scheme so wholeheartedly that the suggestion is taken to a logical extreme, highlighting its stupidity. The king can then decide for himself that maybe it wasn't such a good idea after all.

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