Even God Says Don't Get Married - MGTOW
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Why Paul Was MGTOW | The Clarity of Being Unmarried (1 Corinthians 7)
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This video is brought to you by a donation from Paul and he wants me to review a video from Sunrise Hoodie, another MGTOW content creator called "Why Paul Was MGTOW | The Clarity of Being Unmarried (1 Corinthians 7) which I've put a link to in the description. In it he discusses Apostle Paul's 1 Corintians 7 when he talks about marriage and singledom. Verse 25. Paul says those who marry will face many troubles in this life and I want to spare you this. Your time is short. A married man is interested in the affairs of this world so that he can please his wife. IE go out and earn resources and his concerns are divided between god and woman. But an unmarried men is concerned with the affairs of the Lord. It's interesting how Paul gives his flock of human sheep two choices. You will either love god or you will love god and your wife. But what about removing love from your heart? I've found that once I did that my IQ shot up ten to twenty percent. Think of religion as a system of control literally for your mind by using your own heart to subjugate you. But of course if you're trying to establish a religion you need people to believe in something and fall prey to an ideology. Sunrise Hoodie says that MGTOW is trying to spare you from the troubles of marriage the same way that Paul is trying to spare you two thousand years ago. But knowing what I know and living what I've lived Paul tries to spare men from the pain of relationships but he wants to replace the bondage to boobies with the bondage to religion. MGTOW on the other hand tries to spare you from the bondage of boobies and religion. It goes further and gives you an existential crisis that challenges your core consciousness because you are the one now responsible for building yourself back up after the red pill tears you down. It's interesting watching this video knowing that it was made in January of 2018 and was monetized when it was released. I'll discuss more of what Sunrise Hoodie says in just a moment but let me first tell everyone about today's sponsor The MGTOW Book Collection: Anyways now back to the Cucked Christians that want to stop men going their own way even though it's in the bible show away. Hoodie continues by saying that men get into marriage thinking that they have gotten to their final destination and that now they are in a safe space and that someone else will carry the load. But most guys, myself included didn't realize that it's the man that's going to carry most of that load so that he can blow his load in a cooch that he bangs on a couch on a regular basis. Paul traveled to Spain and was imprisoned and he couldn't go on his life mission if he was married. A man that's married can't take the same risks in his life that could if he was single. Sunrise brings up cross country road trips and I've done a few of those and those are only possible if you travel alone. There's that old saying that if you want to go far go alone. When you're married with children the stakes are higher at the poker table of life with regards to if you win or lose. if I was married or had kids I wouldn't be betting big on Bitcoin regardless of if I win or not. You can take the risk and imagine watching your wife when you tell her that your investment in crypto dropped fifty percent in less than ten days. Women are obsessed with safety and security and that doesn't sound very secure to them. Sunrise Hoodie also says something I don't agree with. He says that if you live for your wife you live for gains in the material world and that when you lose them because they are not permanent that you go through extreme pain.
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