Beware of married men as a MGTOW

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    LEO THE WISE
    LEO THE WISE
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    Hello men, dear MGTOW’s,

    Pleased to reach you again. I give to all men their needed uprise and this time with a video I released a few weeks ago about Married men and how dangerous they can be to your own life and putting your goals in jeopardy.

    I was shocked to get that many views about it, despite its format. Many people joined as well the channel and that is interesting to see.

    Two categories of married men :
    The first ones are living in dreamland with a pretending perfect wife. Full of hormones, truly sincere when they talk about the great things in marriage. Yet they soon fall into the second category :
    The grumpy ones. The guys who know they are trapped, they took the arrow to the knee so to speak and they feel the pain. Chained to the system bitter and sad they leach on you out of spite and a desire for revenge. They will pretend that life is glamorous and perfect, that their other half is a great cook.
    All to entice you to get married, fall into the same trap, just to screw you over.

    You can tell on their face that their wife nagged and drained all their life force and creativity years round. They age quite bad. Long working hours to quiet down their angry, freakish, dear sweety harpy at home. Buying her a s~~~ty bag or pair of shoes, calming her wrath for a little while.

    These folks got it so bad they are the most dangerous in the corporate world or in daily life in general. They have this mentality of : If I have been f~~~ed over, then all other men will.

    Freedom is most of the time the best option. Those married men are proxies of their controlling women, indirect agents of the government. They are a part of the system now and cannot leave without tremendous suffering. They stay put, obedient slaves, fusing with a corrupt system that punishes and blames them, while we have an opportunity to make an impact, staying at bay from bad choices. The worst case is an easier life so why not taking the freedom route folks ?

    Any comments are welcome.

    Have a nice day, week and life !!

    Leo the wise : Giving to all men their needed uprise My MGTOW YOUTUBE channel, first vid : https://youtu.be/Xt-tJgVUGuI

    #804409
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    Undefiled1
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    Misery loves company.

    If it has tits or tires, you know you're going to have problems.

    #804454
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    Anonymous
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    If I had known how painful and hurtful the divorce process was, I probably wouldn’t have gone through with it.

    The only thing I regret is being separated from my children, but had I stayed I would’ve become more miserable over time…and still stuck in the blue pill delusion. I probably couldn’t have been red or even purple pill until I divorced. The divorce process is what woke me up to gynocentric reality.

    #804518
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    Experienced
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    If I’d known how painful and hurtful and long the divorce process is, I’d never have gotten married.

    "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."

    #804655
    Doc
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    Divorce – that moment we feel the red pill slide from our throats to our belly.
    Like the effects of a drug we become aware of its effect.

    The object of life is not to be on the side of the majority, but to escape, finding oneself in the ranks of the insane. Marcus Aurelius

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    Atton
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    RBK 2.0

    A MGTOW is a man who is not a woman's bitch!

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