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325 | 244 Comments | submitted 2 months ago by redpillschool [Post Locked]
[-] redpillschool 94 Points 2 months ago

This is the writing we've seen on the wall for a good amount of time.

We were quarantined because of the perceived slight against the feminine imperative. The only thing keeping us from being outright banned is simply the fact that we have committed no actual crimes and have broken no actual rules and the reddit admin know that the fickle userbase of reddit is already on edge, so they hope to make their moves of censorship in slow, calculated moves.

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[-] Imperator_Red 5 Points 2 months ago

so they hope to make their moves of censorship in slow, calculated moves.

The left is very good at this. They always know when to push and when to pull back. If they overstep their bounds they never do it to such a degree that it wakes people up. They just say "oops," take their foot off the gas pedal, and try again in a few years. I hate when people say they are stupid because they are not stupid. Evil yes, stupid no.

[-] destraht 1 Point 2 months ago

The left is also very good at charge shopping and shifting the conversation to meta about the levels of victimhood.

[-] good_guy_submitter 4 Points 2 months ago

Inb4 patreon ban. Patreon is a feminist loving leftist shithole. Is there another option?

[-] redpillschool 3 Points 2 months ago

So far, there is not. Other than direct bitcoin.

[-] serio1337 3 Points 2 months ago

Yo, is the site code / design / archival scripting on GitHub? I'd like to see if I can contribute in some way with that.

[-] redpillschool 3 Points 2 months ago

It's not open source. The archive scripts I've posted in the past and I'm happy to hand them out if people want access to do their own stuff. But I will warn you that it's a bit of an involved process.

We are planning a dev board for work with the api, as soon as possible. I will announce.

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[-] _Icarus_Reborn_ 2 Points 2 months ago

You know there is a save button...

[-] _do_not_read_this_ 2 Points 2 months ago

so they hope to make their moves of censorship in slow, calculated moves.

How does a mouse eat an elephant?

One bite at a time.

[-] johnnight 2 Points 2 months ago

TRP is against the feminine imperative and that can be one motive. OTOH I'd argue that TRP fits the depopulation imperative, which would make it still acceptable. But then, it's also a gateway. An encouragement to research other redpill topics, and that is really bad for the censorship deciders (e.g. "if they did not tell me this, what else didn't they tell me").

[-] RedPill115 1 Point 2 months ago

We were quarantined because of the perceived slight against the feminine imperative.

I really think by calling it "the feminine imperative" you're playing into their game here.

As George Orwell put it:

...This is the direction the world is going at the present time. In our world there will be no emotions except fear, rage, triumph, and self-abasement. The sex instinct will be eradicated. We shall abolish the orgasm. There will be no loyalty except loyalty to the part. But always, there will be the intoxication of power. Always at every moment there will be the thrill of victory. The sensation of trampling on an enemy who is helpless. If you want a picture of the future imagine a boot stamping on a human face forever.

Feminism is the vehicle to manipulate women (men second) in order to control people for the purpose of political and corporate power.

[-] Zinamam 1 Point 2 months ago

Was the David Icke reference a joke? he genuinely believes that the moon was built by reptiles from saturn and other crazy nonsense.

[-] Luckyluke23 1 Point 2 months ago

don't count on patreon too much man. they might ban you too.

[-] redpillschool 2 Points 2 months ago

We are aware of the risks. Not many options at the moment for us.

[-] redpillschool 81 Points 2 months ago

When the attack against you does come, you will be struck by how banal your thought crime actually was. If you have the predilection for understanding and sharing the truth of your reality, I promise that they will come for you. If not today then tomorrow.

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[-] El_Shakiel 41 Points 2 months ago

George Orwell would be so proud.

[-] drkinferno72 32 Points 2 months ago

1984 was supposed to be a warning

Not a blueprint

[-] El_Shakiel 15 Points 2 months ago

Sorry mate, society didnt get your memo.

[-] destraht 10 Points 2 months ago

He was very concerned about it towards the end in his final warning.

[-] sigma272 6 Points 2 months ago

I'd say it was a warning about the blueprint. There are blueprints for how to resist it, but posting them here will get this subreddit banned in a jiffy. There are /other places/ you can go to find literature on how people have fought back in the past.

[-] ElXToro 8 Points 2 months ago

¿Could you somehow give hints where to look if you can't post any links? I wanna know how to initiate the resistance.

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[-] dank4tao 4 Points 2 months ago

Pretty sure Machiavelli felt the same as Orwell, both wrote social commentary on the inevitable nature of human beings.

[-] vfb14 1 Point 2 months ago

Black mirror will be taken as the next blueprint to take this process even further.

[-] Poolooloo 8 Points 2 months ago

Use the term “boring”. Really drives em nuts

[-] metallicdrama 4 Points 2 months ago

Your police are cowards. Kick the shit out of them when they arrive at your door. Take your country back like you once were Vikings or some shit.

[-] vg_maga 10 Points 2 months ago

I thought my corporate job would be “the one” I thought the internet would be “the one”

What’s the old expression?

“It’s not yours it’s just your turn.”

It applies to everything. Nothing is forever.

[-] teveza11 78 Points 2 months ago

Free speech becomes less and less effective, as the giant internet conglomerates decide what kind of speech is appropriate.

[-] negrepwhore 27 Points 2 months ago

I was banned at my own country sub Belgium because the mods over there didnt like my post. 'No agenda pushing' was their excuse, but only they are allowed to do it. It's absolutely fucking cancerous. Look at my post history to see what kind of beta cuck mods are deciding what gets to be posted on my dying country sub. The mod there also ofcourse had a history of depression, household abuse, and posts where he asked why girls ghosted on him everytime. (I looked at his cringey posts and he was ALWAYS talking about 'respecting the girls boundaries yada yada, your typical beta loser'). I wonder how the fucking mods get chosen. Its easier to put sheep in power because they are easier to control is my guess. Look up u//Rhadjaz, beta power monger

[-] TheTrenTrannyTrain 30 Points 2 months ago

Most Reddit mods are neckbeard themselves, hoping a modicum of internet power will change their lives.

[-] Wolveryn 14 Points 2 months ago

Crazy how c*nty some of them are. They love the power like a drug

Out of the blue I got banned from mademesmile for being a red pill subscriber on reddit.

Askmenover30 banned for the same reason.

[-] metallicdrama 13 Points 2 months ago

lol I got banned for saying something something redpillish in The Donald and got banned from like 30 subs in a day. I told some poor young cuck in some blue pill sub to forget about some girl he obsessed over for two years because it's sad and creepy, and to workout, cut his hair and talk to every girl he could until one of them responded well to his advances. Total PG TRP advice. Mod msgs me about misogyny etc. I just msg back fuck off commie. Suddenly banned all over lol.

[-] nicethingyoucanthave 11 Points 2 months ago

You did good and you helped that guy. Even if he ignored it at the time, he will remember it one day and though he won’t know your name he’ll be thankful.

Man when I was in my 20s and blue pill as shit, a grizzled nco in a goddamn swingers club dropped some red pills on me that didn’t make sense until a decade and a divorce later. All I can say now is better late than never. True, if I had known at say, 18, what I know now, I’d be a lot better off. But on the flip side, if nobody like you had tried to help me, I would never have known any happiness at all.

So, keep doing good works and fuck those who try to hide the truth.

[-] metallicdrama 4 Points 2 months ago

There's so much shit in my life that was presented to me when I couldn't appreciate it but goddam it clicks before it's too late. I just say the truth all day now. People don't like it. But fuck them. One day it will change the world. Maybe I won't see the fruit my seeds ultimately bear but that's not why we should do it. Thank you.

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[-] teveza11 24 Points 2 months ago

They say "No agenda pushing" while the politically correct, communist, feminist agenda is being RAMMED down everyone's throats.

The west doesn't have enough courage to change the dynamic. Cowardly men eventually are put under the thumb of tyrants, and Europe is far down the path (with the US following close behind).

[-] negrepwhore 17 Points 2 months ago

I strongly believe it's because women and beta males OUTNUMBER alpha males these days. Whenever we say something they dont like we are called nazis, not open minded, and all that weak bullshit. I miss the Roman manly senate. There was a reason the Roman civilization was the greatest, earliest, and basis of current modern Western societies. They only had strong men in politics. Only strong, stoic men with values survived those hard times.

[-] Hjalmbere 5 Points 2 months ago

There’s always been more betas than alphas.

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[-] MattyAnon 4 Points 2 months ago

Cowardly men

I don't even think it's cowardice. I've seen some pretty strong guys totally buying into this shit.

It's more like gullibility coupled with this instinctive drive to believe the best in women. They need their blue pill loyal princess fantasy to be real, so they believe anything that says it's real, regardless of the endless evidence to the contrary.

Married men are the worst - they'll believe absolutely anything to make themselves feel ok with a situation they are not prepared to change.

[-] derektwerd 4 Points 2 months ago

I got banned on some sub for commenting.

The reason I was banned. "no TRPers"

[-] Imperator_Red 22 Points 2 months ago

Yep. The story no one is talking about. Bill of rights means nothing when our corporate overlords are the real authority that we all have to deal with on a day to day basis.

Very, very similar situation to medieval serfs in England. They had access to the King's courts and the King's justice in theory, but in practical reality these legal avenues existed only for the landowning class and most had to go to their local baronial (landowner's) court to get justice. I don't need to tell you how "justice" usually went in these courts.

[-] Krypteian 2 Points 2 months ago

As of now, effectively deciding what you get to see, or what to be fed to you.

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[-] GayLubeOil 75 Points 2 months ago

Now is the time to build a library of controversial books. Because in the coming years big book retailers are going to take this internet censorship to the book world.

[-] bsandberg 24 Points 2 months ago

That would be an interesting reading-list to post here.

[-] GayLubeOil 29 Points 2 months ago

I dont like to post this reading list because then people jerk off to the list and don't actually buy the physical books. Figuring out what books is part of the fun.

Here's a clue though Hollywood made a movie called Imperium to croud out the search results for a certain book.

[-] Omnidempotent 9 Points 2 months ago

If you're poor, you can find PDFs of most of these books on

[-] GayLubeOil 20 Points 2 months ago

No one actually reads PDFs let alone internalizes them. They always do this skim reading bullshit that we're taught in school. If you can't be fucked to spend 15 USD on a book ur definitely not going to spend 8 hours reading it.

[-] redpillschool 16 Points 2 months ago

As a counter-point almost all my books are digital format and I read them.

[-] GayLubeOil 15 Points 2 months ago

As a counterpoint to your counterpoint you and I are not representative of the post adolescent man boys we Lord over. Furthermore they need symbolic fetish items to reorient their identities around like a physical book.

[-] redpillschool 11 Points 2 months ago

Counterpoint to your counterpoint of my counterpoint: Audiobooks.

[-] GayLubeOil 10 Points 2 months ago

Naw fam they need a physical object to redraw their identity around like a football jersey or in this case a copy of Ride The Tiger

[-] ProFriendZoner 3 Points 2 months ago

I'm a reader. Multiple books on the same subject (whatever i'm into at the time). Find out who's just re-writing something, who's got the real good stuff, and who's giving you bullshit. So yea, I have read a lot of the books i've heard about. Used some of the stuff, cast off other stuff, modified some stuff as well. I'm sure i'm not the only one.

[-] Self-honest 2 Points 2 months ago

I've crushed through audiobooks and PDFs for about two years now and I haven't bought a single hard copy of anything.

Anyone who actually wants it, will read the shit out of it in any format. Everyone else is a lost cause until they're not.

I would prefer to read actual books though. Fuck reading on my cellphone. It's making my vision blurry and giving me carpal tunnel. Not to mention a ghosted screen.

Edit: I agree it's time to build a library of hard copies.

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[-] WarrenLecter 1 Point 2 months ago

I agree, paperback adds a sense of ritual and 'real' to reading that I just haven't been able to emulate with PDF.

[-] TemporaryPhilosopher 5 Points 2 months ago

Speak for yourself, I load pdfs and epubs onto my e-reader. Works really well

[-] metallicdrama 3 Points 2 months ago

False. I read tons of digital books on an old kindle still. I'm older so I actually know how to read. Post the list. I'll actually read it.

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[-] DeliciousPerformer 6 Points 2 months ago

A physical library of books, because Amazon can retroactively delete any book you bought if they decide to.

[-] TheStoicCrane 4 Points 2 months ago

It's not the censorship people should be concerned about. It's the "edited editions" that are widepread and readily available where original non edited copies are damn near impossible to come by that people should be concerned of. Books could be altered to the point where they're underlyimg messages are rendered "impotent" or removed altogether while the new era of those reading those books have no clue that they've been tampered with.

[-] redvelvet_oreo 2 Points 2 months ago

I spend extra cash and always buy the psychical copy of whatever book I feel is worth reading and keeping. I use the kindle as a convince for commuting. IMO anything you can get a hard copy you should get if you really find value in it. Keeping any thing in the "cloud" is never truly yours.

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[-] ElXToro 1 Point 2 months ago

¿U happy now that you got a chance to brag a lil bit?

[-] F_Dingo 69 Points 2 months ago

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The more and more I think about it and look at where we're headed as a society, the book I read in high school that I thought was sorta crappy keeps coming true. Whether we wan't to admit it or not things like wrongthink, wrongexpression, unperson, doublethink, censorship and incognito surveillance (Amazon Alexa anyone??) are all starting to appear.

[-] Aggressive_Beta 55 Points 2 months ago

It’s not even incognito anymore. Thanks to Edward Snowden, it’s right out in the open that the NSA is using your electronic devices to spy on you 24/7. Ten years ago, you would have been called a looney tin foil hat wearing conspiracy theorist for suggesting that.

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[-] stevecapw 5 Points 2 months ago

I stumbled upon this gem the other day.

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[-] See46 3 Points 2 months ago


The term you're looking for is facecrime

[-] daffy_duck233 60 Points 2 months ago

Web of Trust firefox plugin shows that this page is harmful. Pornhub is green and good to go, however. Sad reality.

[-] RedDeadlift 27 Points 2 months ago

Porn pacifies men, makes them obedient. Critical thinking makes men a threat to those in power.

[-] megamanxtc 1 Point 2 months ago

Does it pacify because of the lack of drive to achieve after nutting? Having that instant gratification always there at your fingertips rather than manning up?

[-] RedDeadlift 1 Point 2 months ago

More or less, yes. Dopamine releases in your brain are what motivate you to do many things. By watching porn and wanking it every night, not only will you find yourself less motivated to have sex, but in other areas of your life as well.

[-] TheStoicCrane 1 Point 2 months ago

Yes, it's quite those who perpetuate the system.

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[-] DownyGall 22 Points 2 months ago

Haha there are so many people feeling just the same way. It feels like *something* has to give though. The situation in the West is such a clown world that it can't go on like this for another 10 years. It just can't.

I've begun trying to lessen staying up on politics because it's just so depressing. I look back a few years ago when I rarely looked at anything political (I wasn't even aware of Benghazi much), I was much happier just living my life.

[-] Imperator_Red 18 Points 2 months ago

The situation in the West is such a clown world that it can't go on like this for another 10 years. It just can't.

I think it can unfortunately. No one is starving in the streets or waiting in line for toilet paper. Most people don't even register a problem.

[-] destraht 10 Points 2 months ago

I've lived in several developing countries and typically some weird developments happen. I lived in Ukraine during the coup and war for example, which was the big one. In hindsight there are tons of signs and even notices that things are about to go down. I trust my feelings more than ever now. I'm currently in California and as you point out, people have food and the basics. The problem that see and am experiencing is that far too many people appear to be functionally insane and quickly losing their grip. Who knows when it goes pop but I'm adamant that these people have a 0.0% chance of holding it together. Its toast, so then what do you do?

[-] DownyGall 10 Points 2 months ago

I mean no one's really starving and we have material comfort, but it's much different than the material comfort of past generations. We have cheap consumer products mostly while incomes have stagnated and debt has gone up. Add in the complete spiritual death of America (and I don't mean just religion, but community, family, friendship) and you have a nice stew going.

It's obviously not like the French Revolution where I'm literally starving and I have nothing to lose. It's more like I hate this system so I have no incentive to see it continue and want it to fail. That said, it would still take a significant recession to probably jumpstart it.

[-] Nicolas0631 2 Points 2 months ago

To be honest people are not necessarily happy, but they don't express that their main issues is that they can't find a nice and obediant wife. Whatever might happen, if it does happen will not be related to TRP.

[-] DownyGall 1 Point 2 months ago

Haha I don’t think anyone’s saying the issues described by the red pill will cause a revolution. We’re talking politics, culture, society. No good wives and therefore no good families may be a cause, but it would never cause the shit to hit the fan.

[-] metallicdrama 8 Points 2 months ago

I live in NY. The air is thick with a strange mix of aloof apathy and serious discontent. When food stamps run out in March the hood is gonna explode. Libtards gonna libtard. All those gun control faggots suddenly going to put down the bats and bike locks.

I'm actually somewhat concerned about where I live right now. Lots of savages a few blocks from me. A lot of bourgeois whites around me hate conservatives and would love to see some hood rats kill me so they can feel tolerant.

Cuomo is taking huge shits on us as we speak. People all by and bothered about guns and babykilling. All the mentally ill people are loud and clear.

[-] destraht 3 Points 2 months ago

Its probably a blessing. You'll get a front row seat to a practice run of the collapse. The elites will be practicing so you might as well be too. Then you can determine out how much you're willing to fight for it, if at all.

[-] metallicdrama 3 Points 2 months ago

When boogaloo hits I'm slotting commies on the way out but getting the fuck out of dodge. Not worth watching or fighting. Most idiots won't live. In less than a week there won't be food or fuel being trucked in anymore. A month in sanitation and medicine will have gone to shit. People will turn into animals. Nothing even an asshole like me needs to see. I have a dog to care for.

[-] TwoWompsForHarambe 1 Point 2 months ago

Thank God your name isn't John Handcock

[-] ElXToro 1 Point 2 months ago

Tbh I'd actually wanna see it go down with my own eyes. Oh the adrenaline rush that you could get just by being a bystander. If it really were to go like it went in France it would be crazy.

Edit: grammar. Would--》were to

[-] metallicdrama 3 Points 2 months ago

Need a lot of hard dudes to make it through. French are pussies. These are fetal alcohol syndrome welfare crack babies that have been to jail/prison with no empathy or impulse control raised to hate white people and America. You aren't going to watch a protest like it's broadway. You're going to need to oper8

[-] ElXToro 1 Point 2 months ago

Not me. I'd only join in if I knew how to have fun or if I necessary had to. Otherwise I'd make sure there are as little possible risks as possible. If I couldn't make it I'd just watch from afar.

Like afar different continent if it comes down to that. If it's too risky I like to play it safe & smart. When it's all prepped & rdy for my win I go in. That's at least how I tend to "oper8".

[-] metallicdrama 2 Points 2 months ago

Yeah that's not bystanding. There's a reason I'm not sticking around. Not worth the show.

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[-] Imperator_Red 12 Points 2 months ago

Well that's hard to do. If you want to do it legally you have to minimize your income, which is biting off your nose to spite your face. Or you can illegally hide income, which could get you in trouble with the law.

[-] Naitra 20 Points 2 months ago

Let me help you here, I've been evading taxes for 5 years now.

If you're not an american citizen, it is trivially easy to open an account in a tax haven and store your money there, ain't nobody is going to know anything.

Also this way of avoiding taxes only works for income not automatically reported to IRS, so there is no way to avoid taxes on your salary.

Now if you're an american citizen, things get complicated. I've had a green card for many years now, and only reason I'm not getting a citizenship is so that I can evade taxes, since US taxes you on your global income. Technically green card holders also have to file tax returns including international income, but it is much more easily avoided by just not mentioning you have a green card to your foreign bank and forming companies to avoid that pesky FATCA.

Now, the way to do this is that works for everyone including US citizens is to create what is known as "complex structures". Let's assume you're trading US securities,(stocks,bonds) but don't want to pay any taxes on your income from the sale of those securities,(including withholding taxes) and that you're also an american citizen.

Nonresident-aliens in US are not subjected to capital gains taxes, which allows for a wide number of tax free investments from real estate to stock trading. Things work quite well as long as you don't get dividends from US companies.

Therefore first thing to do is to create either a regular company or an LLC in what is known as a "tax-haven". This company owns real estate and has a brokerage accounts which you can easily access and this allow for various investments in both US and abroad to be carried with effectively %0 corporate tax rate. But it is very easy to figure out and say, "Hey that guy is the sole shareholder of the company and he is also an american citizen, there is some tax evasion going on here!", therefore, you create a net of companies and trust that mutually own each other and are also the beneficiaries of each other.

Now I personally have a Bermuda company, which is in turn owned by a Nevis LLC, which is in turn owned by a trust, in which the beneficiary of the trust is yet another LLC. All of these companies have nominee directors, and the last LLC has nominee shareholders. Nominee director and shareholders are used to hide the actual owner and manager of these companies. And with the ridiculous privacy of Nevis LLC's, in which even the government doesn't know the actual owner of a company, you're completely protected from IRS snooping around.

If IRS planned to track you, what they would have to do would be to go on a wild goose chase that may cost them millions of dollars and many years, as they will have to track these companies, and file lawsuits in at least 3 different jurisdictions one after another.

Can they theoretically find you? Yes, if they spend 10+ years and millions of dollars, but would it be worth it just for the few million dollars you're hiding? Probably not. As long as you make it very very hard for them to find the money trail, you can successfully evade taxes. And if you're one of the few people that have net worth in 9 figures or have billions, you can make it even harder for anyone to find you by making everything more complex

[-] destraht 6 Points 2 months ago

I'm probably not alive, don't own stuff. Its easier and with more time for video games.

[-] NYCSPARKLE 5 Points 2 months ago

Only two certainties in life: death and taxes.

You will pay your taxes eventually. Whether or not you do it legally is up to you.

[-] Imperator_Red -12 Point 2 months ago

Submitted a screenshot of your post to IRS. I'm gonna enjoy my whistleblower cut. Thanks.

[-] Feliponius 9 Points 2 months ago

Lol no you won’t

[-] metallicdrama 3 Points 2 months ago

Make money. Buy guns, ammo and sardines. People who think we can starve a fake economy are delusional.

[-] _do_not_read_this_ 4 Points 2 months ago

Except they can print more money at will.

[-] bakamoney 3 Points 2 months ago

Taxes on a personal bases aren't even their main source bro.

They own a country and everything and everyone in it. That's what makes them money. Taxes are just a very minor part.

[-] metallicdrama 5 Points 2 months ago

They own what we own. When we pay property taxes it's rent they use to keep organizing against us. They pass the cost of their taxes on to us with markups on the good and services their monopolies provide through often subsidized or tax-advantaged corporations.

[-] Nicolas0631 2 Points 2 months ago

You know money is just number on a computer and banks can legally put it into existance out of nowhere. It isn't a few guys that don't want (but will) pay taxes that are a threat to that system.

[-] urbanfoh 5 Points 2 months ago

Problem is successful people have more to lose in a rebellion than suckers. The motivation for a revolution will always be skewed against us.

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[-] TheEarlobe 34 Points 2 months ago

What I’ve never understood is why. Why control thought? Why have millions of low IQ migrants into YOUR country when you have yet to take care of your own people? Why deny basic biological differences between men and women?

Everything good has come out of societies with little regulations on thought and free enterprise which defended their nations borders in order to allow such things to happen.

[-] ChrimsonChin988 34 Points 2 months ago

I was reading up on (old) Soviet Union tactics as how to defeat your enemy without fighting. They call it dispersion. This was just one example, I'm sure there are many more but this former KGB agent says (EVEN BACK IN 1984) that the SU was pushing things like 'all people are equal' (which according to the KGB agent is as if 'we put the principle of equality at the basis of our social-political structure, it's the same thing as building a house on sand; sooner or later it will collapse.')

He also talks about why they support US to take in useless immigrants (dumb/no skills) and even criminals. He literally also talks about getting the 'enemy' to learn useless stuff to their youngest generation. He says instead of engineering teach them liberal arts, sexuality stuff etc. He said this back in '84 let that sink in.

Basically he says something along the lines of 'why fight when you can let the enemy self-destruct by giving a little push here and there'. They try to destabilize societies by having them turn on themselves. When a country is at war with itself you can take it without a single round fired.

U.S. politicians can be bought, same for media etc. The same would be much harder to do to countries like China/Russia because they're closed off by the government. According to him, it's no coincidence that those governments do this. They do it to preserve things like culture but ultimately unity.

[-] greenlittleman 17 Points 2 months ago

I don't think there is any conspiracy here. And I'm Russian myself, so I can say what similar things start to happen in my country too. For example few years back there was a big case where a guy was put in the prison for "raping" a girl (Shurygina case, google "How Russia Turned on a Teenage Rape Victim" for some basic understanding, lol) when to all country it was obvious what she wasn't raped, but just was a slut (still guy was released after less than a year instead of proper four and only one of those who fkced her was subjected to law). On level on society we all understand what it is bs (yet, but it could change in the future), but our opinion means not much against stupid laws. Also - our politicians already bought.. by each other. Basically politics in Russia is one big business where you steal from budget of the country as much as you can without/before getting caught. It is hard to buy our politicians because they can steal more. xD

[-] kalashnick 5 Points 2 months ago

A fellow Russian Slava Rocciya

[-] ElXToro 2 Points 2 months ago

Не ожидал здесь встретить наших. Я думал, что вся фигня с шурыгиной и все эти 《пусть говорят》 это просто чтобы бабушки и т.п. дальше сидели у телевизоров и промытыми мозгами голосовали за царя. Который, кстати, только во внешней политике хоть что-то относительно нормально делает.

Всё-таки у нас есть преимущество, мы не разрешили им уничтожить нашу культуру/суть. Даже после изнасилования совка. Поэтому мы не станем второсортные нищие существа, потерявшие своё человечество. Этого некоторые хотят только чтоб за наш счет им единственным было всё как в сказке.

Держитесь, все кто читаете. Всем Силы в бою ????

[-] ElXToro 6 Points 2 months ago

I'm thinking that you're talking about Юрий Бежменов (yurii bezmenov). Not sure doe, but here's a couple vids to see if that's the guy:

Even if it's someone else this fella also provides some useful & meaningful insight.

[-] destraht 5 Points 2 months ago

Yes we were subverted and this is what it looks like. The worst of the people running that kind of game have moved West and we never got the memo. Do we really need that huge military budget when its not our weakness and is an irrelevant strength?

[-] Protocol_Apollo 2 Points 2 months ago

"An empire toppled by its enemies can rise again. But one that crumbles from within, that's dead. Forever."

[-] metallicdrama 2 Points 2 months ago

I knew an old Russian guy that would talk about this. He said even though they knew the economy sucked if they could keep people waiting in line all day they couldn't organize.

[-] SalporinRP 1 Point 2 months ago

Anyone with a brain can see that Russia is doing this stuff right now. You really think the 2016 election and Brexit were just coincidences?

Russia knows they can't compete with a unified US/UK/EU bloc. Yes, they have nukes but they also have a nominal GDP lower than South Korea.

So what do they do? Sow division amongst the west. I'm not saying that Trump being elected was completely created by Russia. There was a very large portion of this country that wanted to push back against the PC/SJW insanity going on lately and I don't blame them. But they certainly stoked the flames. Same as with Brexit.

So now Trump gets elected and starts calling out NATO allies and the UK is on the verge of leaving the EU.

Everything is going to plan for Russia.

[-] MikeTyson91 3 Points 2 months ago

You can take off your tinfoil hat now.

[-] SalporinRP 1 Point 2 months ago

Watch this video if you don't believe me. They've been at this since the 80's.

Russia isn't dumb. Their economy is barely better than Spain. And they simply cannot compete with a unified West either economically or military-wise. So they have to promote division and chaos.

[-] MikeTyson91 3 Points 2 months ago

The "facts" that Bezmenov spits out are logical, yes. But doesn't mean it's true. Russia has too much on its plate to meddle in Western politics. Besides, Western cucks bury their own grave by letting "refugee children" in, so not sure how Russia influences the "division and chaos".

[-] SalporinRP 1 Point 2 months ago

Russia has massive troll farms that affect people's opinion's on the internet. That much is already a fact. And who do you think is influencing Europe into taking in Refugees. Russian troll farms again. Get your head out of the sand...

[-] MikeTyson91 3 Points 2 months ago

Oh, so Russian troll farms influence authorities on the highest level in these countries, so they take refugees willingly... Seems legit. And here I was thinking that the thing that influenced them was interference coming off your tinfoil hat.


[-] DownyGall 33 Points 2 months ago

The migrant question is due to a few things.

  1. The votes. They vote for free shit and Leftist policies. They're also more manipulable because they're more tribal than whites.
  2. Entitlements. Just to use the example of Social Security - you need at least the same amount of people from generation to generation to pay for the oldest generation's retirement. The Baby Boomers are obviously starting to retire, birth rates are below replacement level. The math doesn't add up.
  3. Housing prices. You need more demand to keep housing prices high. Sure, young people today can't afford houses or even to live in a one-bedroom apartment, but you need to keep housing prices high for the Baby Boomers.
  4. Self-hatred. They truly think white people are responsible for all of the evils of the world and want to take away white countries from white people.
  5. Genuine compassion. I bet there are a few calling for migrants that honestly want to help these poor people out. I doubt it's the majority, but there are a few.
[-] Imperator_Red 9 Points 2 months ago

Top post. I'd add that a lot of people personally benefit from the cheap labor.

[-] metallicdrama 4 Points 2 months ago

Very few do. It costs most of us but we have very little influence. It drives down wages and drives up housing. But it's good for business so fuck us.

[-] Imperator_Red 1 Point 2 months ago

A lot of decision makers do...

[-] DownyGall 2 Points 2 months ago

Ah shit how could I forget that one. Economic reason is also part of the women's liberation idea.

[-] TheEarlobe 2 Points 2 months ago

This one makes the most sense. At the end of the day, it always about that $$$.

[-] Alterix -19 Point 2 months ago

who the fuck upvoted this? You just wrote the dumbest comment I've seen in weeks. Everything you wrote is without proof or evidence, I'll just pick out one. You seriously, really think that more people want to help immigrants and asylum-seekers out of self-hatred than out of compassion or empathy, one of the most basic human emotions?


Pull your head out of your delusional ass, maybe stop living in a basement and go outside once in a while so that you'll have a more realistic view of the world beyond muh leftists.

[-] redpillschool 11 Points 2 months ago

How about you post a reasoned rebuttal instead of this attack?

[-] bakamoney 3 Points 2 months ago

There's only one enemy.

And it will keep creating dumb wooden tagets you can shoot at. Instead of them. Be it men; immigrants or muh communists.

You are smart enough to know exactly what I mean.

[-] redpillschool 3 Points 2 months ago

I'm not arguing in any direction. Just trying to keep the conversation civil.

[-] DownyGall 1 Point 2 months ago

Roosh! My man!

[-] foxhound525 1 Point 2 months ago

Yeah it's crazy how the right project their lack of empathy onto everyone else, they just don't know any different. My cousin is like this too, he'd probably eat his child if it would make him more money.

Immigrants are just a distraction dangled in front of those who need something to get mad about. Historically, scapegoating has been used consistently to distract and recruit. Just amend the scapegoat to appeal to one of their base prejudices, most often xenophobia as that's an easy one to exploit. Those seeking to exploit the right for personal gain (looking at you Trump) throw the bait, and the right follow that shit like a dog chasing lasers

[-] MikeTyson91 1 Point 2 months ago

What an idiot. No one you know cares for other people. Because those who do don't run around screaming about that on social media. Only troubled women and desperate men do.

[-] foxhound525 1 Point 2 months ago

Thanks for proving my point!

[-] MikeTyson91 1 Point 2 months ago

Glad I could help with whatever contrived point your troubled mind had set to prove!

[-] Imperator_Red 0 Points 2 months ago

Hopefully after the civil war starts and we hang a few dozen of you on live TV, the rest will shut the fuck up and stop spreading your cancerous, civilization destroying drivel. Otherwise we're gonna have to spend so much money on rope.

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[-] GreetMufasa 7 Points 2 months ago

I see Western women pushing this “take immigrants” stuff, I’m neither European nor American so I don’t have the same understanding as you guys about this. What do they gain from this? Is there an objective?

[-] Imperator_Red 20 Points 2 months ago

From an individual standpoint, women are very empathetic and caring. In a healthy society this would be a good thing as they would direct this energy towards caring for their children and people in their immediate communities. In a dysfunctional society like the west, where they have few or no children, and where there is no real sense of community, their empathetic and caring nature looks for something to latch onto.

Poor helpless immigrants and homeless dogs seem to be their main outlets. Women are not very rational, so the abstract argument that it is harmful to our society to accept hordes of low skill, welfare consuming immigrants from alien cultures with different values just does not resonate with them the same way that appeals to emotion do. It's similar to how a mother will defend her child at all costs, whether he is in the right or not.

From a larger political standpoint, women vote for leftists and immigrants vote for leftists, so there's some motivation there as well.

[-] destraht 9 Points 2 months ago

Low end immigrants are single issue voters to keep the doors open. "Immigrants against fixing the trebuchet damage to the castle walls".

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[-] Wabbajak 6 Points 2 months ago

Why? Because the world is a place of inequality. Reality means inequality. In order to achieve equality, a diverse marxist utopia has to be created, equality has to be enforced. What does not suit the ideology cannot be true.

You cannot see IQ differences when the school system is not competitive anymore, but cooperative. Dumb students get dragged along and take part in group work, where everybody is rewarded with the same piece of the cake.

You cannot see differences in work mentality or conscientiousness when those at the lower end of the hierarchy get supported with unemployment pay. In addition, this factor diminishes when highly qualified managers and physicians with 70+ hour weeks and garbage men get paid the same.

You cannot see biological differences between men and women when you enforce quotas in jobs. The "wage gap" is not even a result of mental or physical differences, it is a result of differences in interests.

You cannot even hear a difference when pointing out inequalities or facts is forbidden. You cannot debate about trends and ideas when offensive ideas are forbidden. You cannot come to offensive conclusions when thinking about them is forbidden.

Anti-discirmination is a super human right. It is so powerful it annuls freedom of speech.

[-] rebelde_sin_causa 3 Points 2 months ago

Why control thought is a separate question from immigration. And a lot harder to answer. Since it's hard to tell what tangible gain there is for those doing the controlling.

[-] metallicdrama 1 Point 2 months ago

They're all parts of a "managerial state". All very related. Anyone with half a brain opposes immigration. It's about egging your enemies to expose themselves by speaking out and then getting the sheep to fight them for you while you laugh your way to the bank from cheap wages and high housing.

[-] redpillcad 22 Points 2 months ago

Making fun of fat feminists today is like burning a cross in the 50s

[-] megamanxtc 5 Points 2 months ago

And yet they can say whatever they want based on feelings rather than facts. They will be called brave, progressive, and morally correct.

[-] Mitchell78 16 Points 2 months ago

He sounds defeated.

[-] PS2Errol 15 Points 2 months ago

'The further a society drifts from truth the more it will hate those who speak it'.

  • George Orwell.
[-] dev_blockchain_ai 12 Points 2 months ago

The only technology that has proven to be able to keep historical records permanently without any potential to delete those records: BLOCKCHAIN

[-] redpillschool 4 Points 2 months ago

Problem with blockchain is that it gets big. Especially using it for high bandwidth low-quality chatter.

[-] LordTilde 2 Points 2 months ago

Steemit solves some of these issues, and provides content creators a source of funding based on the community's determination of what posts are valuable.

[-] dev_blockchain_ai 1 Point 2 months ago storage of other platforms is tiny and easily

Welp, I guess you don't think torrents are useful either, bc its literally the same thing, but you blockchain and things like IPFS distribute the files globally sharded into chunks intelligently so the files are never lost

not trying to argue, but explaining the world saving concepts of blockchain and someone obviously uneducated on the matter laughing at it or picking apart one tiny detail they haven't researched is getting annoying.

oh well, we'll either start to use it or continue allowing zukerburg, twitter, reddit, and other google commie faggots to censor and delete anything off the internet at will.

[-] Zech4riah -3 Point 2 months ago

A bit of a same question/statement to you. How does this kind of dissing help our cause? Especially when it comes from a sort of authority?

Even the leftist pussies know that you should be supporting the people in the same team instead of disrespecting them. That's why they are so much stronger than a internet division of right wing called manosphere/TRP/whatever.

The shit Roosh is talking about is actually serious and mods use their time to put down (maybe somewhat naive) commenters. No fucking clue how to lead or inspire.

[-] redpillschool 4 Points 2 months ago

A bit of a same question/statement to you. How does this kind of dissing help our cause? Especially when it comes from a sort of authority?

What are you talking about? What I mentioned is a serious limitation of block chain technology. Right now, if you want to use bitcoin, it will take you over a month and 200 gb of storage space to participate. Which is why everybody uses lite-wallets.

Imagine how big the current internet is. Now put that into blockchain format. Nobody's home computer could hold that.

The shit Roosh is talking about is actually serious and mods use their time to put down (maybe somewhat naive) commenters. No fucking clue how to lead or inspire.

We've been hard at work putting together a robust free-speech platform called Negotiating with different vendors to circumvent the common channels of censorship- all for the sake of this community.

What have you been up to?

[-] destraht 2 Points 2 months ago

Bitcoin was basically taken over. They want it to be super shit to process transactions so that TPTB can overlay a private clearing network that settles up say once every day. Its absolutely not in the interests for the people steering Bitcoin to make it work well. If they impose the Lightning network on top of it as the only practical way of using it then they've immediately created their next level NWO world currency. At the minimum they will have dodged that distributed bullet. There are people who understand this threat and so branched off to Bitcoin Cash. As far as I know they don't have the next level math and protocols figured out but at least they aren't willingly walking into that known trap. Bitcoin Cash is still in the spirit of it, straight Bitcoin has been compromised. Additionally in the distant future if global government could regulate all miners on the planet then they could force them to seize your coins through Segwit shenanigans. Simply tax treaties, etc and its very possible.

[edit] I'm referring to future private Bitcoin clearing house "tax treaties" more as codifications of banking cartel activity along the lines of the formation of the Federal Reserve. So in say 20 years will the Rothschild family networks be fine with sharing so much power with Chinese elites? I'd wager that the Rothschilds would first like to crush their competition so that they are bought in at much smaller percentages. Then if the cartel agrees then through national legislations they can force their miners to agree to certain things at certain moments. Then through SegWit there is a mechanism to transfer Bitcoins to a new owner without breaking any encryption. IMO the presence of this SegWith weakness/capability almost ensures that an international Bitcoin cartel will form to take advantage of it. At that moment there is a resilient distributed global currency with many of the shit qualities of our current BIS based system.

[-] Zech4riah -1 Point 2 months ago

I'm glad you have done such a hard work that you still have time and interest to put down newbie(s) and discrediting most of the guys here.

I kind of rest my case here because you decided to dodge my main point and started to undermine/discredit me by throwing a curve ball instead of addressing my concern.

My opinion is that this shit will never fly unless guys stop insulting others unnecessarily which is more of a practise here than a exception and most of the active mods/ECs are reinforcing this kind of behaviour.

[-] redpillschool 1 Point 2 months ago

'm glad you have done such a hard work that you still have time and interest to put down newbie(s) and discrediting most of the guys here.

Show me where I put down a newbie.

I kind of rest my case here because you decided to dodge my main point and started to undermine/discredit me by throwing a curve ball instead of addressing my concern.

No, I haven't. Nobody's throwing anything at you. You're in left field.

My opinion is that this shit will never fly unless guys stop insulting others unnecessarily which is more of a practise here than a exception and most of the active mods/ECs are reinforcing this kind of behaviour.

Demonstrate your point. Where was the insult?

[-] Zech4riah 1 Point 2 months ago

Especially using it for high bandwidth low-quality chatter.

Like how that isn't discrediting/insulting the community? And ofc I agree that the fact is sadly true but the thing is that how and when you state these things.

[-] redpillschool 3 Points 2 months ago

I can see how this confused you. I did not mean to imply that our sub is low-quality. But the function of social media is communication and chatter- not essays and books.

If they wanted to encode the library of congress into blockchain, I'd say go for it. But conversations like the one we are now having are not worth preserving until the end of time.

My goal in preventing censorship is to allow open communication on all fronts- high quality content such as books, and low-quality such as twitter conversations. Blockchain isn't the right technology for one of those.

Do you see my point?

[-] Zech4riah 3 Points 2 months ago

I see and I misinterpreted it. Thanks for correcting me. My bad.

On the other hand my original point stands. One of the problem of this community is the culture of insults between the guys in the same team (until a point that non-insults are assumed to be insults, altho this may be my own personal problem which in turn I never have outside this forum).

[-] redpillschool 1 Point 2 months ago

The mod team does what we can to mitigate this when we see it.

Case in point from just an hour ago:

[-] bakamoney 2 Points 2 months ago

Blockchain is a trash diversion that can not only be easily controlled but is fuking useless if shit ever hits the fan.

[-] metallicdrama 2 Points 2 months ago

"I'm gunna blockchain the commies away" lol

Some people don't get it. We're in a war. And have been. So far we haven't fought back.

[-] Tornado_of_Niggers 10 Points 2 months ago

That's why they have documentaries with Cepstral robot voices. Presenting the truth with your own face or even your own voice is dangerous. It's not just about being doxxed, they'll go after your family, your parents, your friends, etc. If you use your own face or your own voice - have a plan.

Also, re-read 48 Laws of Power. Note there are probably more than 48 Laws of Power.

[-] surfthroughlife 10 Points 2 months ago

Instead of bitching about the problems we are witnessing, a better approach is to see what the fuck we can do to make sure this shit doesn't keep happening.

The power of blockchain technology and decentralization promises a future in which mega-conglomerates and individual entities cannot control who says and thinks what.

Shifting to blockchain based systems allows users to rely on the power of pure democratic consensus in order to achieve consensus, whether it be political, logistical or financial.

Great modern day example: Peterson, Rubin and Harris leaving Patreon due to them shutting down user accounts with ideas they don't agree with. They have leveraged the power of the decentralized blockchain that is Bitcoin to receive financial payments.

Bitcoin is not controlled by a single entity and cannot decide if people can or can not receive payments. Soon, more and more people like them will receive payments in Bitcoin and other versions of cryptocurrency that have proven solutions and our current financial, governmental and societal systems will collapse. At that point, we will morph into a blockchain based society where ideas outweigh censorship, where freedom outweighs offensiveness and where truth outweighs feelings.

Instead of being nihilistic cunts, take a look at your options and start using them as leverage if you truly don't believe in the current system.

[-] RevolutionaryGround7 7 Points 2 months ago

Yes absolutely. I am not nearly so bleak about the future as Roosh, maybe I am naive but with Tor sites and Blockchain sites and apps and 5G mesh networks there is the opportunity for privacy and control of content. More and more I and I think many others are moving away from MSM so I think the eventual move away from current social media to blockchain social media won't be far off and at that point you control your own sites effectively. Like you say with cryptocurrencies there is a viable payment method.

[-] surfthroughlife 6 Points 2 months ago

I appreciate the optimism/realistic and educated outlook. Nihilism is easy and it’s a simple trap to fall into through TRP if you let your emotions overtake your logic.

As a community, we should be the leaders of society. Thereby showing others how to live through our actions, and if they disagree, then who gives a fuck because blockchain is the future and they can be swallowed by the wave.

[-] Nicolas0631 0 Points 2 months ago

The technology cannot prove itself for historical time when it has been into existance for only about 10 years. Let wait 500 years, and we will see if no record of any blockchain related technology was ever lost or not.

[-] surfthroughlife 2 Points 2 months ago

Yeah, you’re going to wait 500 years? Seems like a good idea. People said the same shit about the internet cause they were passive fucks who let life happen to them instead of riding the waves of life. You will be crushed, sir.

[-] Nicolas0631 1 Point 2 months ago

I 'am just saying it didn't prove itself historicaly, . That was you claim but in all honesty it din't.

By that account the internet neither. For all we know a significant war and you could be unplugged from the network or a big part of the network for a few years as an example.

For many people internet proved unreliable: their data was lost or their government (like china) put in place a giant firewall and if you are not savy, you are fucked.

Interrestingly more and more armies are now developping weapons for the virtual world too.

I work as computer scientist and I heavily depend from this technology. But I am not desulional, it is not a given.

As for keeping data for a long time, somebody has to pay for the backup and all, be it encrypted or not and they only do that if they have an interrest in it. If the forum was owner by say a TRP association, nobody would have quarentained it for example.

[-] BanMeAgainFaggot 10 Points 2 months ago

but there is a variable that their analytic models cannot precisely quantify: what will be the response to oppression from those men who are awake?

First Step: Organize Offline

[-] metallicdrama 9 Points 2 months ago

Buy guns and ammo. Organize offline when you have some skills.

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[-] metallicdrama 5 Points 2 months ago

It isn't a conspiracy that Joos run world lol. It's a coincidence. You know why USA is so pro-Israel? Because 80+ people in Congress are dual citizens. I don't hate people because they're Jewish. I just don't like Jews when they get tribal and subvert the country that took them in. I grew up in a rich suburb with tons of them in high school. They're mostly assholes and could care less about this country or the people who built it. They're like Muslims that use toilets, read and don't bang their cousins.

[-] sandal_on 1 Point 2 months ago

"women are biologically inferior to men when it comes to rationality and I don't rather believe fiction over science"

Then why are you even here to begin with when you reject basic biology? Go be a nice guy and believe in Disney fairy tales then you're at it.

"The quarantines's unintended consequence is that it's reinforced the ideology of why the redpill strategies work, and theories about gender roles. That's also not surprising but it is a shame. Sexual strategy can be explored and practiced without embracing all of the polemics against feminism. "

Feminism is based off the fantasy that men and women are equal and thus deserve equal rights and responsibilities, completely ignoring biology and the reality. That is complete nonsense.

You sir, an obvious pro feminist in disguise with you shaming the TheRedPill sub for not being weaklings and accepting feminism (aka fiction).



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[-] rebelde_sin_causa 5 Points 2 months ago

Their minds will shut down when you try to discuss any idea that is not approved

That already happens

[-] TheBadGoy 3 Points 2 months ago

Molymeme might be next

[-] chazthundergut 2 Points 2 months ago

How could it be any different?

When has the Truth ever been accepted by a society? When has it not been censored?

[-] TheStoicCrane 2 Points 2 months ago

Roosh has no sympathy from me. His content used to be great but toward the latter part of ROK's existence all the site did was complain without imoarting viable solutions, scapegoat ethnic groups for the world's problems (particularly Blacks), and oandervto the lowest common denominator of keyboard bigots just to stay afloat. I say "Good riddance!" He brought his predicament on himself.

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[-] TigerXtrm 1 Point 2 months ago

While this article makes a lot of good points, I feel the need to emphasize something about the following.

Domain registrars promised that I could “own” my little corner of the web with a domain name

This is still true, and you'll have to make spectacularly inhumane statements or promote truly terrible things for a domain name to be seized. And even then the US only has jurisdiction over US based TLDs like '.com'. Some foreign TLDs like those from the Russian and Asian region can be notoriously hard to take down, even for US intelligence services.

So while promotion of a website may be largely censored due to private tech companies controlling the majority of mass social media, the site can still be found, visited and shared by anyone who has the link. And this will not be changing for the foreseeable future unless massive radical laws are passed.

And while I agree that there's a lot of arbitrary censorship going on, you're painting things a little bit more grim than they are. Searching for Roosh V on Google lists every single of your social media channels at the top. You have almost 50k followers on Twitter, similar numbers on YouTube with new videos steadily getting between 20k and 30k views. There is nothing wrong with your brand exposure even though you're a pretty big presence with 'bad opinions'.

They will not let us have free speech on the internet. They are removing what they have given us, one step at a time.

So this, I think, is overly dramatic. Free speech has nothing to do with it when a private company decides it doesn't want to be a conduit for what you have to say. That is their right, also based on free speech, just like the TRP forum does not wish to promote SJW/Feminism posts. They have zero obligation to facilitate you, but they do so anyway. And other than private companies, you have every right and option to use your 'little corner of the internet' for whatever your heart desires (within the confines of the law, of course).

Again, I get your points and I agree for the most part. But it's a little overly dramatic for my taste.

[-] citizen1a 5 Points 2 months ago

As a libertarian, I have toed this line in the past. Unfortunately, we are not in a libertarian system. Your libertarian leanings are being used against you. These companies are 'private' in name only. Not only do these 'private' companies (ie. amazon, google) have deep ties/interactions with the state, but they are also able to use their near-monopoly access to public-opinion to empower the state to limit competition ... including your opposing opinions.

[-] TigerXtrm 2 Points 2 months ago

These companies are 'private' in name only.

My only point was that they are factually private by law, which excludes them from any kind of free speech laws. The whole 'muh free speech!' argument is moot in this case.

Free speech is a lawful protection against the government that makes sure you can't be prosecuted for criticizing the government. It does not mean individuals or private companies have to provide every douche bag that has an opinion a podium to stand on. If the CEO of Google doesn't like you or your opinion he is entirely within his right to ban you from the platform and delete anything you posted there. That may suck, but it's not illegal in any way.

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[-] _do_not_read_this_ 2 Points 2 months ago

So this, I think, is overly dramatic.

They de-monetized him from his chosen livelihood. I think that's pretty dramatic.


[-] TigerXtrm 1 Point 2 months ago

No, it isn't. Same thing goes for many YouTubers and I'd tell Roosh the same thing I tell anyone else about demonetization:

Making money with YouTube is not a human right. It is a privilege bestowed on you by YouTube/Google, and like any privilege it can be taken away. If someone makes the decision to make their online presence their livelihood, they should have the common sense to not rely on a single stream of income. YouTube least of all in the current climate.

Again, YouTube is a private company. They can give monetization rights to - and retract them from - anyone they damn well please. They are not a public service.

Now, as to the reason they choose to de-monetize a channel, that is a debate that can be had until the end of time. But there are two facts at work here.

  1. Google depends on advertisers for income. If advertisers refuse to do business with Google because of what their users say, it would be stupid on their part not to act on that out of principle.

  2. Tech companies attract millennial whizzkids like flies to a horse's ass. A workforce like that will influence the decisions that are being made even at the top level. The SJWs that TRP 'fights against' are the same people who are now taking on manager positions at companies like Google and Facebook. That's the reality, whether we like it or not.

Google/YouTube doesn't have a choice but to adapt to the social political climate. It's really that simple. You want to fix this? Then fight the good fight against the current social political climate as a whole and large tech companies will automatically follow (eventually). Attacking a company directly will have zero impact.

[-] Imperator_Red 5 Points 2 months ago

It may not be a "human right" to make money off of google, but our nation has long recognized and attempted to curb the pernicious influence of monopolies. In the past their negative affects have been purely economic, but now they are actually flexing their political muscles as well, which is truly horrifying. Your argument is just bizarre, as even the most free market of economists accept that monopolies must be regulated. Should the phone company be allowed to disconnect you because they don't like your politics? Should the San Francisco transit company kick people off in MAGA hats?

Even more horrifying than the behavior of our monopolies though is the submissive nature of people like you, who continue to be cucked by their own ideology and refuse to make even modest adjustments to their beliefs despite overwhelming evidence. With friends like you, who needs enemies?

[-] TigerXtrm 1 Point 2 months ago

Even more horrifying than the behavior of our monopolies though is the submissive nature of people like you

You'd do well to not make assumptions about people you don't know based on a few paragraphs of text. I'm just stating facts as they stand right now. I never said it was a good or even preferred thing that large tech companies have political influence.

Should the phone company be allowed to disconnect you because they don't like your politics? Should the San Francisco transit company kick people off in MAGA hats?

Do you know why they can't do those things even if they wanted to? Because the law doesn't allow it. No such laws exist for social media platforms as of this moment, and so it's stupid comparison.

What would you propose happen exactly? That companies like Google and Facebook become public service companies like AT&T, T-Mobile, Comcast, bound by government laws about open access? That could very well be where things are headed, but that's not how things are right now. Simple as that. So complaining about free speech as if that's somehow a right on these platforms is moot, since it simply isn't. It probably should be, but that's an entirely different can of worms to open. The consequences of such a legal change can't really be foreseen. It might very well end the internet as we know it today.

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[-] maha420 4 Points 2 months ago

But how can we make hyperbolic comparisons to 1984 a la Alex Jones when you are being so reasonable?

[-] TigerXtrm 1 Point 2 months ago

Oh crap, you're right. Sorry.

[-] max_peenor 1 Point 2 months ago

Eventually, there will a moment of truth for he internet--can it survive regional laws and control? The whole "right to be forgotten" cases in the EU may seem distant and silly, but it's a huge deal if they force google to alter data in the US to serve EU laws. At some point, you will have national entities at odds over how this is handled and the internet will start to fracture. Right now a lot of free-speech in the US is dependent on access to foreign services. If the internet fractures, this could become a huge problem for us.

This is why I think being proactive is important at this time.

[-] TigerXtrm 1 Point 2 months ago

As long as computers and continents are physically connected through copper and glass there will always be an open and free internet, if only in the form of the TOR network. If laws EVER get to a point where free speech is severely threatened you will see encryption take over a wide scale, and encrypted privacy based alternatives of things like Twitter will pop up if they haven't already.

It's a basic law of physics that I also like to apply to human psychology: For every action there is an equal but opposite reaction. TRP is the direct reaction to radical feminism, for example.

[-] WiseMonkeyGoodMonkey 1 Point 2 months ago

you will see encryption take over a wide scale

Do you have any idea how trivially easy it is to block encrypted traffic? If you want that to remain an option you need to be proactive now about these things.

[-] TigerXtrm 1 Point 2 months ago

It's no more easy or hard than blocking any other kind of traffic. But this kind of blocks assume a global dystopian police state, which is a little far fetched. The US has an amendement in the constitution to prevent exactly that from happening in the first place.

[-] WiseMonkeyGoodMonkey 1 Point 2 months ago

assume a global dystopian police state

Or an ISP that wants to throttle specific traffic types. Comcast, for example, was throttling Nextflix (might still be for all I know). I switched to watching Netflix over my work VPN and the problem went away. All Comcast needs to do is block IPSEC for residential users. No global conspiracy. Just short sighted greed.

[-] redvelvet_oreo 1 Point 2 months ago

I dont see how an ISP can block IPSEC from home users when a big base of people work from home using IPSEC.

[-] WiseMonkeyGoodMonkey 1 Point 2 months ago

It's not unimaginable. Block it by default and make the users call in to get special dispensation or some such. AT&T broadband decided one day to block Cloudflare's DNS offering. Pushed it out as firmware to all their routers. "Oops" said they. "Still not working" says I. And I realize it's not the same scope of impact. Just a real world example.

[-] TigerXtrm 1 Point 2 months ago

And as a result there was/is a big push for legally guaranteed net neutrality from ISPs. As far as I'm aware that battle is still going.

Also don't forget that the world is bigger than just the US. Net neutrality isn't even an issue in many countries because it's already ensured by law.

[-] max_peenor 1 Point 2 months ago

Totally missing the massive consolidation of the backbones over the last 10 years...

The FBI has more than enough field agents to put that under lock and key in a large simultaneous raid.

[-] TigerXtrm 2 Points 2 months ago

The FBI on their own can't do shit to servers physically located in Russia with a Russian domain name. They may do cooperative raids with other countries on pedophile networks every once in a while, but that doesn't mean they have the authority to just raid any building in the world they feel like. Reality is not an action movie. Reality has a lot of paperwork. A LOT.

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[-] NormalAndy 1 Point 2 months ago

Publish and be damned.

It’s always been like that. The internet AND trp have woken many sleepers up. Keep working- only fear can stop you.

[-] metallicdrama 1 Point 2 months ago

When do we all get off the internet and 1776? Asking for a friend.

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[-] shitinhermouth23 1 Point 2 months ago

I mean you use platforms (youtube, reddit, patreon) made my betas to spread ideas that go against betas. I mean what else are they going to do.

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[-] darkstar1031 1 Point 2 months ago

In no version of reality is Alex Jones ever considered anywhere near the truth. He is a raving madman who believes in government led programs to dump chemicals into the air from aeroplanes to turn frogs gay. The problem is that there is a not insignificant number of people who believe him, and people like him.

[-] HeisenburgFap 13 Points 2 months ago

Doesn't matter one bit if it's the truth. You should have the right to say what you think, which obviously is not allowed anymore. BTW the frogs are 'turning gay' you should read more.

[-] metallicdrama 5 Points 2 months ago

If we ban being full of shit and stupid then we're banning mostly Liberals lol

[-] darkstar1031 1 Point 2 months ago
[-] metallicdrama 3 Points 2 months ago

First they turned the frogs gay. Then they turned the kids gay.

The dude is a genius businessman. He knows he's 80% full of shit and that the combo of hilariously sensational bullshit with some actual bombshell truth is like NASCAR with nothing but crashes.

[-] Huskimbo9 0 Points 2 months ago

If he controlled all the racist shit that was talked about on the rok site they wouldnt have discontinued their services with him. Before the election it was a goldmine in finding gems and stories that you could learn from but after that alot of folks came out and dragged that site to shit.

[-] dontgiveupcarib 0 Points 2 months ago

Use Bitcoin

[-] dev_blockchain_ai 2 Points 2 months ago

Amazing how even here they don’t recognize the power of blockchain. They don’t understand there’s no way to destroy the blocks worldwide and the record is forever in tact unless everyone goes offline and entire earth is nuked. In that case we have much bigger problems than record keeping

[-] dontgiveupcarib 1 Point 2 months ago

I’m referring to it’s decentralized nature rather than record keeping.

[-] dev_blockchain_ai 3 Points 2 months ago

permanent record keeping the whole point of blockchain being decentralized. if some faggot commie goes on the warpath burning books (computers, or zucker faggot berg decides to delete your precious facebook) it doesnt matter, its already stored on hundreds of thousands of blockchain nodes globally, and it will be fully restored within the next block (1-30 seconds)

[-] ChrimsonChin988 0 Points 2 months ago

I kind of understand what he means with 'the elite' and how they want to control everything and the female imperative. But not really.

Can anyone explain in a concise way what the end goal is? Increase consumption? Idk I just find it hard to imagine how 'the elite' can control so much without their plans leaking out etc. Do all of them collaborate and have a big meeting every year where they discuss decade long goals and create strategies how to achieve those?

I was doing some research into Soviet Union psychological warfare and the art of subversion and although it makes a lot of sense in some regards, I still question it somehow?

[-] Imperator_Red 6 Points 2 months ago

Do all of them collaborate and have a big meeting every year where they discuss decade long goals and create strategies how to achieve those?

Coordination is the part that sinks most conspiracy theories. For example, take the moon landing conspiracy theory. Do you know how many thousands of people would have to be lying and never said anything to fake the moon landings? If you believe this is possible, then there is something wrong with you.

The elite control that we speak in this case does not require coordination though. They pushers do not need to have an annual meeting to advance their agenda. It is controlled by their shared morals and political beliefs. A small group of people infiltrated academia and media a very long time ago, and then they very slowly, over the course of many decades, started to replicate themselves like a virus. They hire like minded people. They promote their friends. They use their control of academic journals to silence opposition. Most importantly, they use the schools to indoctrinate the next generation.

This all takes very little coordination, beyond maybe the initial phase (look up the Frankfurt school). It's just natural human behavior to show preferment to people like you and to teach what you believe. I'm sure if 90% of American school teachers were red pill subscribers, we'd behave exactly the same way, whether consciously or subconsciously. The only coordination part of this conspiracy was done by some very far sighted academics of the Frankfurt school who correctly identified the parts of American society that they could successfully infiltrate.

[-] PS2Errol 2 Points 2 months ago

Yes. They meet at things like the Bilderberg meetings and Davos.

[-] thisisnotme__-- -1 Point 2 months ago

I recently watched a video on internet censorship by David Icke.

David "the world is run by inter-dimensional lizard people" Icke? I think Roosh might be angling for the Alex Jones mantle.

[-] maljo24 -3 Point 2 months ago

It’s not “the truth” it’s “your truth”.

[-] Imperator_Red 5 Points 2 months ago

What does that mean? There is only one truth. If there is more than one truth then the concept of truth does not exist.

Edit: oh this guy is an obvious troll from his comment history.

[-] maljo24 1 Point 2 months ago

When someone says they are speaking the truth they are really just giving their opinion. I will not longer read anything by Imperator_Red as he has nothing useful to add to this conversation and I'm sick of endless trolling by these despicable individuals. Name calling is their only weapon.

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[-] maljo24 -1 Point 2 months ago

Its not truth, its your opinion. That should have been obvious to you.

[-] Imperator_Red 2 Points 2 months ago

I haven't expressed an opinion. And that's not what you said. You said "your truth." Trolling is more effective when you're not a moron. Maybe you have some smarter friends you can send over to try?

[-] maljo24 1 Point 2 months ago

You seem to be effective at trolling.

[-] maljo24 -4 Point 2 months ago

Listen, Troll. Perhaps you lack the intellectual resources necessary to fully appreciate this concept.

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[-] redpillschool 3 Points 2 months ago

An angel just lost its wings.

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