- 2015-06-28 at 4:21 AM#75051+1
I was out paddling with my ex-con friend yesterday. He has money, land, multiple homes, felonies and a fake wedding ring. He and I were joking about how effective it is for him. They are like moths to a flame with that combo. They all love bad guys even if they deny it.
I’ve watched the old films of women wetting their panties over Hitler. You can see the mass psychosis.2015-06-28 at 5:23 AM#75058+3
Behind every strong horse is a heavy-ass carriage
proud carrier of the 'why?' chromosome2015-06-28 at 5:56 AM#75065+1
Most people believe this. Behind Donald Trump is a long line of women who were great lays.
#icethemout; Remember Thomas Ball. He died for your children.2015-06-28 at 6:38 AM#75074+3
Behind every man is a knife stuck in his back….2015-06-28 at 7:18 AM#75090+2
As Long as they stand behind, they are not standing in my way…LOL2015-06-28 at 7:25 AM#75094+4
When the man succeed, she claimed.
When the man failed, she blamed.2015-06-28 at 7:44 AM#75107+5
NOT TRUE! Surely most of us will be aware of ourselves or of other men we know or knew whose failures in life are or were primarily or exclusively caused by their involvement with a woman or women and who but for that could have achieved great success and a life of happiness instead of failure and misery.
But I ask – can anybody in this forum actually name any “GREAT” man in world history who really owed his “greatness” to a woman in his life? OK – Who are the greatest people ever in the history of the world? I suppose it could be said the founders of the world’s religions could be so considered?
Let is examine their lives. Jesus Christ was not influenced by any women it seems from birth to being crucified apart from his mum (the virgin Mary)? He seems to have been an MGTOW guy in that his only involvement with any women seems to be in casting demons out of them or forgiving them for their sins. There is no record in any of the Bible of him ever having had any kind of affair and all his disciples were men. So clearly if he was indeed the greatest person who ever lived on Earth (as some claim) his greatness had absolutely nothing to do with any woman being behind him.
Founders of other religions do not seem much different? The prophet Mohammed married a well to do widow called Khadua 15 years his senior but she did not apparently have any influence on his life or the founding of Islam either. Siddhattha Buddha actually married his cousin Princess Yasodhara at age of 16 and during the time he was with her it is generally recognised his life was totally confused, full of mistakes and devoid of wisdom until he decided to leave her and his palace at age of 29 to “seek enlightenment” which he duly found. Then he became the very great and wise man learning about the Noble Truths and other pillars of Buddhisam, that is only after he had been divested of all contact with women did he become one of wisest people who ever lived.
Charles Darwin apparently had little involvement with women throughout his life and particularly during his voyage on HMS Beagle in 1831 et seq. but he did marry his cousin Emma Wedgewood but she apparently played no part in his epoch making discoveries on the origination of species by natural selection.
Apart from religious leaders have any one of the world’s greatest inventors or scientists or statesmen or military leaders ever really owed their greatness and success to being involved with a woman or women. Albert Einstein did marry a Serbian student but very soon divorced her and once he became a sort of MGTOW guy, he became one of greatest scientists ever and propounder of the theory of relativity.2015-06-28 at 8:12 AM#75115+1
@Tower, just a spoon full of humor makes reality go down. Thanks for the Knife cartoons.
"It seems like there's times a body gets struck down so low, there ain't a power on earth that can ever bring him up again. Seems like something inside dies so he don't even want to get up again. But he does."2015-06-28 at 9:11 AM#75130
Don’t forget the MutterKreutz.
That’s one part which I addressed in the audio podcast, making fun of the fact that the nowadays family support subsidies from the government in Germany are as close to the modern-day-Mutterkreuz as they ever could be, albeit in this case for women to pop out enough “future consumers” rather than future field soldiers, but anyway. Back to the subject matter:
Actually in the modern world it would seem more fitting to put it like this: “Every princess syndrome driven woman aspires to the exclusive owning right to any successful blue-pill-idiot, who is stupid enough to fall under her spell, hiding all behind him, nagging and throwing bulls~~~ at him for as long as it takes, until his productivity finally goes down enough for her to head for the next such idiot, or as a comedian once put it spot on: “To a woman a man has to be strong but broken…” … and that’s where she comes in to achieve just this.
So once again: women’s logic anyone…?
With sugar and spice and everything (but n)ice…?
I'd rather die a natual death with a clear MGTOW conscience somewhere off the grid than one within "modern" civilisation with a big stress mark on my forehead and a couple of dozen tubes plugged into my body. Back to the plantation..? Me..? Hey, literally: I won't ever fucking kid myself...YZERLMNTSIC2015-06-28 at 9:17 AM#75132
The Uninformed,”I’ll attain comfort and support from laydeez.” Ditto for Society.
"It seems like there's times a body gets struck down so low, there ain't a power on earth that can ever bring him up again. Seems like something inside dies so he don't even want to get up again. But he does."2015-06-28 at 9:36 AM#75140
If I had a nagging shrill bitch harpy at home making it miserable, I’d also be inclined to spend more time at the office / lab / mill / workshop / whatever.2015-06-28 at 9:55 AM#75150+3
When the man succeeded, she claimed. When the man failed, she blamed.
I’m gonna start using it from now on.
Siddhattha Buddha actually married his cousin Princess Yasodhara at age of 16 and during the time he was with her it is generally recognised his life was totally confused, full of mistakes and devoid of wisdom until he decided to leave her and his palace at age of 29 to “seek enlightenment” which he duly found.
I actually have a beautiful painting that portrays Buddha stealing a last glance at his sleeping wife as he leaves his palace. I hang it in my bedroom above my bed. Couldn’t find a copy online, but here’s another one that shows Buddha visiting his palace in the city of Kapilavatthu. Notice his wife’s desperation as she’s being comforted by his maids.2015-06-28 at 2:04 PM#75243
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Macbeth had one and look what happened to him.
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