Are Women NPCs? - MGTOW
Surviving 4th Wave Feminism
Mystery Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5CqhahyuopU
Brave Browser: https://brave.com/san644
Hi Everyone Sandman Here,
This video is brought to you by a donation from the Red Pill Gamer and here's what he has to say; "Hi Sandman, I can't thank you, tfm, Terrence popp, undead chronic, better bachelor and others I might have left out. Mgtow has changed my life dramatically for the better and everybody I speak to seems to be slowly accepting the red pill. So I wanted to bring up the topic that maybe mgtow have a great relation to the political trichotomy in that they value freedom more than anything. Take 10 attribute points for a character in any video game. 10 will be the base maximum cap. 3 skills you have to attribute towards equality, freedom, and security. Attribute your points according to which values you
perceive to be most valuable. For arguments sake I'll say freedom represents the freedom to choose what you want and don't want. Security sounds fair but we must give it a negative connotation as well for everybody to see the truth. And equality will stand for equality of outcomes/opportunity. Perhaps men can come to better understandings of each other if framed this way instead of framing them as bad or good. Maybe we can unite better. Hope this is enough to fuel a subject video for you." Well Red Pill Gamer thanks for the donation and topic. Hopefully I'm interpretting what you say correctly? You're saying that each of us has been given ten points in a hypothetical video game and we have to distribute them among 3 skills including eqaulity, freedom and security. HOpefully that's the case. I'll get to my thoughts about this in just a moment but let me first tell everyone about today's sponsor Surviving Fourth Wave Feminism: Anyways, now back to the video. If I had ten points I would distribute zero of them to equality of opportunity. I don't want to kid myself. Being here on YouTube used to be equal opportunity but today it's about feminists being part of the YouTube partner program while channels for men get thrown out of it. I know that the game is stacked against me. Where is the equality of opportunity? I don't see it on this platform. I also don't see it in real life with regards to companies hiring people. I've never relied on a quota for someone to hire me. Nor have I relied on any one company for my business existence and yes everyone is equal to produce content but companies like CNN and NBC are more equal than the rest of us. That's why I don't even care about equality of opportunity. Because I know I've never had it so therefore I never expected. And when I do get it I don't expect it to last, hence my channel being demonetized almost a couple of years ago now. I've adapted, survived and done better than ever. As for freedom I'd give myself four out of those ten points on that one. The reason I wouldn't give myself five is because right now I don't have any issues sacrificing some of my freedoms when it comes to Covid-19. Not so much for security.
10 images licensed and paid for through BigStock.com. All image licenses are available upon request.
Video Motion Graphics Credits:
Particle Wave 4K Motion Background by "Videezy.com"
Sponsor Ad Photo Credits: