Are Korean Women Terrible? - MGTOW
The Men's Guide to High-Conflict Divorce
The controversial dish-washing theory in Korea
"Why Divorce Rates Are Changing in South Korea"
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This video is brought to you by a donation from Chrisapocalypse and here's what he has to say: "Hey Sandman! I found a comment on a right wing website Poal.co. I thought you may be interested in what this Poaler had to say about the red pill revolution occurring in South Korea. It is fascinating how he has summed up this awakening in such a short period of time. It just goes to show that Western feminist influence corrupts everything it touches. So here goes and I quote: "Hello, I'm a Korean and this "revolution" I'm referring here is NOT the well-known historic downtrend of Korean birth rate (Which was 0.84 last year). By the word "revolution", I mean that now ALL Korean beta males (for 'beta' here I mean SMV of 8 or lower men on the 1-10 scale) of age between 18 and 39 and considerable proportion of age 40 and above is now consciously aware of, and thinking about red pill truth. Every korean person (men or women) of age between 18-39 are now aware of this topic. The entire Korean internet community (including "normie web" like facebook, instagram and so on), without exception, is now talking almost exclusively about this topic for roughly a week now. This is not an exaggeration, the whole nation is now talking about this. This started October 22, 2021 on the biggest korean internet community, DCinside. OP (marriaged beta male of AF/BB dynamics) is "bragging" about his wife, saying "I saw my wife's highschool yearbook, and she was a social butterfly (ie: slut) at high school. (following with a description about her slutty appearance with the word 'proud') I showed her my photo from high school, and she ridiculed me." And behold, the first comment started all of this revolution after 9 months with just a single word: "(dishwashing)." Maybe it isn't as clear as in korean because of the translation. But literally everyone in korea, many of them with less than zero knowledge about TRP or mgtow or ANYTHING about manosphere (these topics were near-nonexistent in korea before), just intuitionally understood about the modern intersexual dynamics, aka AF/BB, by that single word. It's the greatest rhetoric I have ever seen in my entire life. What happening now is a simultaneous red pill rage of over 90% of male population in age 18-39, with at least 70% of them are experiencing black pill type despair. Imagine how it would feel like if literally every men in your country, including (now ex-) male feminist/soyboy/pussy worshiping type of "men", are suddenly awake about the truth of female nature and everything, and talking about AF/BB, the modern marriage, abortion, sluts, female virginity, and even the relation about civilization. Beta male-female monogamy and so on. And all of this is suddenly happening in a country that was without any kind of significant awareness about TRP/mgtow/etc before a week ago. It's.. I can't express it properly, but I think this kind of thing has never happened before anywhere in this planet. I expect that by 2023, Korean birth rate would plummet somewhere below 0.3, by the extremely conservative estimation. It's really "happening." Even the vast majority of married beta males are not "denying" the theory or attacking the "dishwashing theory"(korean term). they are saying "this is me, you guys are right, never get married" and so on. Countless numbers of disengagements are happening right now. By "dishwashing theory", the ugly truth about Korean women is being disclosed right now. For example, the abortion number in Korea is 1.1 million performed per year. The total Korean population is 51 million, and yearly Korean newborn baby number is around 200 thousands. The female-exclusive communities' active information sharing about "how to kill my husband slowly has also been discovered yesterday. So.. what's the conclusion? I don't have any. I just thought this is an unprecedented phenomenon, and somewhat interesting. if you enjoyed the post, that's my pleasure. If you didn't, I'm sorry. ;) Have a nice day, and god bless HC." Well Chrisapocalypse thanks for the donation and sharing HC's story from Korea. I'll discuss it in a moment but let me first tell everyone about today's sponsor The Men's Guide To High Conflict Divorce:
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