- 2019-08-09 at 11:43 PM#906916+9
An increasing amount of blue pill guys have been calling into the Dave Ramsey show lately and the topics of their calls are all a validation of:
In the last year, I have saved and archived over 80 incoming calls just like this one and have got to the point where it is actually possible to literally predict the content of the call based on the first 30 seconds of a male caller stating what is going on.
I can post the top ten here if you guys want but this one is a good primer:
Caller: Brady in Tuscon, Arizona
‘My Business Failed – Now My Wife Is Leaving’
Note: The insanity of the situation both by Dave Ramsey and Brady. Each one of them equally oblivious to the true nature of the situation and the root cause of Brady’s wife leaving.2019-08-10 at 12:00 AM#906917+12
I say this. often – Stardusk nailed it when he said that women do not love men. They love what men can do for them.
That simple distinction is the fundamental platform for the way they behave toward men. Briffault is essentially saying the same thing.
Howard Dare says it too.
I will freely admit that I missed this distinction for the first two decades of adulthood. Better late than never.
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 Aurelius2019-08-10 at 2:13 AM#906923+8
I think Dave Ramsey tip-toes around obvious issues regarding women screwing men out of money and ruining their lives.
I guess he doesn’t want to alienate the source of all of his income, which is the spending habits of women.2019-08-10 at 4:06 AM#906927+10
Without even realizing it:
By allowing callers like this on the show and going in depth into the issue(s) regarding each callers specific financial problems AND their wives reaction to it –
Dave Ramsey is unconsciously and very efficiently allowing male listeners to have some serious insight into female nature and behavior.
lol2019-08-10 at 4:12 AM#906928+8
If there was a radio show that specifically focused on female hypergamy and had male callers, calling in to share their stories, it would be called a ‘hate’ show, misogynist and attempts would be made by feminist groups to have it shut down.
So in a sense, Ramsey is unknowingly providing an incredible service by allowing calls like that one on the air and giving a blue pill guy like Brady an opportunity to share his story.
The irony of it is and it is obvious during that particular call: Neither Dave or Brady (the caller) have any idea what they are actually dealing with in terms of female behavior and hypergamy. Ramsey approaches things from a financial perspective and Brady is scrambling for ideas and a solution.
But the message and situation is broadcasted and presented to other male listeners.
It should be mandatory listening for any guy that is in a long term relationship or planning to get married.2019-08-10 at 4:49 AM#906929+6
undercover red-pill dispenser2019-08-10 at 5:04 AM#906930+5
I think Dave Ramsey tip-toes around obvious issues regarding women screwing men out of money and ruining their lives.I guess he doesn’t want to alienate the source of all of his income, which is the spending habits of women.
I am inclined to agree. But I can’t say I blame him. Just look at how quickly and aggressively feminists jump on anything even remotely perceived as a criticism of women. Even completely valid criticism.
The feminists act as if the term ‘a measured response’ does not apply to them. Or they are simply incapable of such a thing.
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 Aurelius2019-08-10 at 5:05 AM#906931+7
Under the veil and disguise of being a financial radio show:
Good ol’ Ramsey is unknowingly a dealer of red pills.
And, the red pill dispensary known as his show at this point, hits a market of married, blue pill guys (and blue pill listeners) that although not being prime candidates for figuring out what the red pill his: The show is essentially a venue and platform for the red pill Everytime a guy like Brady calls in.
What would normally be labeled as ‘hate’ towards women, misogyny and be at risk of feminist groups attempting to get it off the air is actually, the ultimate Trojan Horse, infiltrating male listeners in a very covert and subtle way.
It is all an amazing, indirect form of red pill advertising.2019-08-10 at 5:23 AM#906932+10
Some of the more notable incoming calls by men to Ramsey in the last few months have been –
01: Guy calls in to talk about his wife’s $150,000 in student loans that he is making payments on while working 60 hours a week. But she quit working after the wedding.
02: Guy is working two jobs to make the mortgage payment while his wife does not work but she wants a ‘bigger house’
03: Both the guy and his wife work but he pays all of the household bills and living expenses. He is driving a 2002 Honda Accord with over 250k miles but his wife just went out and bought a 2018 Lexus for herself.
04: Guy is married to a woman that doesn’t work and he pays all of the bills and expenses related to the kids. She just inherited $1.8 million from her father (it is in a trust fund with her as the beneficiary) and she told him that’s ‘my money’ and said he needs take care of the family. [Note: He can’t secure half of it in a divorce because it is in a trust fund]
05: And countless other calls that involve financial abuse, slavery and total manipulation on levels that you could not imagine.
If Ramsey could just consolidate all of those calls into the same segment of each show, it would be like
Ramsey: ‘Welcome back to the Dave Ramsey show as we enter The Red Pill Hour. . . Up next, calling in from Betaville, North Walleton we have Kyle Kuckold on the line. How’s it going Kyle?’
Kyle ‘Hey Dave. Kyle calling in from out here in Betaville. Love your show. Long time listener, first time caller. Want to talk to you about some of my wife’s spending habits and how it’s been affecting the budget lately. She recently had me take out a $200k home equity line of credit to build an addition on the house. . . . it’s actually going to be for her Chad so they can bang without commuting. Really concerned with the cost of some of the amenities she has planned for it like a full size gym with all equipment so that her Chad can work out all day when I’m at work. A garage for his motorcycle and oversized truck and some other related stuff’
Dave ‘Well, what we need to do right now is get you two in some serious counseling and in touch with one of my Total Money Makeover Program financial advisors that are listed on my website. And you need to sit down with this young lady, talk and also find yourselves a good church in your area. . .’2019-08-10 at 5:30 AM#906933+5
Caller: Brandon from Texas
‘Wife Doesn’t Want To Get A Job’2019-08-10 at 5:33 AM#906934+3
Antonio from Texas
‘Wife’s Spending Is Out Of Control. . .’2019-08-10 at 6:19 AM#906935+3
Jason from Kansas
‘Wife Does Not Want To Sacrifice Lifestyle In Order To Pay Off Debt’2019-08-10 at 6:25 AM#906936+4
Jay from San Diego
‘Wife Hid $40,000 In Credit Card Debt From Me’2019-08-10 at 7:02 AM#906938
The Dave Ramsey Show. . .
A new voice for the red pill awakening.
lol2019-08-10 at 7:04 AM#906939+1
The expression on Ramsey’s face at the beginning of each call is absolutely priceless.
He has heard it all and it’s almost like he knows what the deal is.2019-08-10 at 7:06 AM#906940
If I didn’t know that the Dave Ramsey show was real, I would actually think that these clips were some kind of joke or red pill comedy clip created to over exaggerate the issue.
But it’s a real show with real blue pill callers.
Let that sink in for a minute.2019-08-10 at 7:07 AM#906941+3
I’d love to hear Ramsey just declare AWALT2019-08-10 at 7:17 AM#906942+1
I’m going to put up the Wall Street Article.
The W.S.J. Just did an article on how being single and filing taxes is better then Married and filing taxes from the I.R.S’s point of view.
Another Wall Street Journal article from March of this year about Tax Codes Changing? Hmm. Is it?
And Another source from July.
Anyone else notice that Yellow Means Caution or Danger Ahead?
And the Backlash from women is here in full force Check this out:
What about the family with four kids who makes 50k a year, WSJ?
You are all alone. If you have been falsely accused of RAPE, DV, PLEASE let all men know about the people who did this. http://register-her.net/web/guest/home2019-08-10 at 7:43 AM#906944+1
Matt from North Carolina
‘My Wife Is A Compulsive Spender’2019-08-10 at 7:46 AM#906946+1
Marcus from California
‘Wife Didn’t Tell Me About $200,000 Student Loan’
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