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How To Live Without Working - MGTOW

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Published on 28 Nov 2021 / In People & Blogs

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Hi Everyone Sandman Here,

This video is brought to you by a donation from Mr. Anonmyous. He didn't give me a specific topic so what I want to do is cover something that someone that's also anonymous and here's what he has to say: "Hey Sandman, I don't have a donation for a video. I just wanted to share an article with you titled "7 Ways Men Live Without Working in America." in the article it discusses how currently only about 67.7% of men aged 16 - 64 are working. Before 2020 (or before the coof) it was at about 69-70%. And the male workforce participation rate was at it's highest around 1950 with 87.4% of men working. The male workforce participation rate has steadily been declining since 1950, and I wonder if this has anything to do with the fact that men may slowly becoming conscious of their slavery to the corporate government and women, and thereby they are finding new ways to free themselves from them? I think men are finding ways to retire
younger and work less, thus showing a decrease in the male workforce participation rate. Anyway, thank you for your videos. Have a great day." Well Mr. Anonymous thanks for the donation and thanks Mr. Anonymous for the topic. I put the article in the description and it says that the reason men in America aren't working as much is because of unemployment insurance, early retirement, pensions, disability and lawsuits, Savings, trading stocks, and bitcoin. Working for cash, aka the under-the-table economy, Living off family members, Illegal work, Living off the land etc etc. Yes many people like Police, Fire and Teachers become eligible for retirement after around 55. Yes guys get workman's compensation from injuries on the job which they probably wouldn't have been eligible for in the 1950s. Yes there's unemployment insurance but the male workforce participation rate has only gone down 1.2% since the coof which is not much at all. A lot of men that are in the country illegally have to work under the table because they don't have their green cards. But this article doesn't discuss the fundamental changes in the economy. First of all guys are in school longer because of college so that effects it. Also we have seen the financialization of the economy since the 1950s. With the fire sector taking off. Which stands for finance, insurance and real estate. When America shipped out most of it's manufacturing jobs overseas all that remained for many were service jobs and finance. I know guys buying five to ten houses and renting them out are technically not employed because they aren't paying payroll taxes but they are pulling equity out of the properties to live off of while the prices go up. Guys are smartening up that you can't have social mobility in the United States through employment at a job. You need to try doing something else if you want to rise up and out of the middle class. Wealth inequality is growing. America went from an economy that produced things to one that started flipping houses, stocks and crypto. It's both harder and easier to become wealthy today. In 1950 there were no online trading platforms and you had to have a broker. Housing prices were lower so for most people it was cheaper to buy your own home instead of renting one out. So most guys couldn't flip houses as easily. I'll discuss more in just a moment but let me first tell everyone about today's sponsor Chris Whalen:






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zdoctor
zdoctor 8 months ago

the best way to live without working might be.....DONT GET MARRIED......NO RELATIONSHIPS AT ALL.......save your money and you wont need the same amount to retire a minimalist lifestyle. whaman are a drag on the wallet and ALL resources. ..just walk off the stage and do things for yourself only. ......CATS ARE FOR THE WHAMANS RETIREMENT..LOL

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El Hombre por su Cuenta

"How to live without working"

Very simple: Become a politician.
(at least here in Mangintina, it works)

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ShadowMonk
ShadowMonk 8 months ago

Right Up My Alley, Reasons to ditch the \/\/ /\ G £/9000 and embrace the decentralized gig economy where we have full control and sovereignty over even if it means investing full custody in a crypto bubble in order to fully break away from economic tyranny:

do not want to spied on by the woke IRS, SPLC and having financial sovereignty and anonymity compromised

do not want to be robbed through dad by default child support basically being taken to the non married non consenting alimony rape cleaners by the cunt court.

do not want to risk being mandated the death jab or metooed.

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ShadowMonk
ShadowMonk 8 months ago

Feminism has definitely blurred the line completely between real work and complete usury.

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Mustang
Mustang 9 months ago

All those invested in digital currency would do well to research " The Tulip Mania".

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Sandman
Sandman 8 months ago

Tulip Mania lasted less than a year. 12-13 year long Tulip Mania this time. Elon Musk, Tim Cook and corporations buying tulips.

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Mustang
Mustang 9 months ago

How can you mine something that isn't real???

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MAC88
MAC88 9 months ago

define “real”

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