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Women's Power Comes From Male Confussion - MGTOW

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Published on 02 Jan 2022 / In People & Blogs

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This video is brought to you by a donation from Robert and here's what he has to say: "Hey Sandman, I recently put in another donation. I thought this would be an interesting topic if you decide to use it. You recently mentioned propaganda master Edward Bernays and Sun Tzu in a video. Going from Sun Tzu's maxim of "Know your opponent and know yourself" I spent some time watching chick television. The feminists like to say that the red pill has it all wrong about female nature but the marketers are under no such delusion. They use what works. No philosophy here, chick tv was an endless series of banal talking. Usually gossip about other people's lives and complaining about their own. How men are so awful while showing a cognitive blind spot for the transgressions of the sisterhood. Endless pseudo spiritual mumbo jumbo and in the finest spirit of solipsism, endless entreaties about the importance of treating yourself. The View is a screeching abomination birthed in the darkest pits of Hades. Neverending emotional language. I heard the word "amazing" an average of 37 times an hour, "passion" an average of 23, and "confidence" an average of 16. I can't hear the word amazing anymore without getting the dry heaves. Cheers." Well Robert thanks for the donation and topic. I'm glad you're pointing out that men should know more about women but feminists want to convince men that we know nothing about them. Women want to know all about men so they can manipulate us. That's why when I was growing up there were tons of cosmo magazines with tips for women on how to behave in ways to make men fall in love with them. yadda yadda yadda. But in reality they were instruction manuals on how to manipulate men. Meanwhile there were no books that men could read about pickup, mgtow or men's rights. The closest thing we had was Fight Club which was one of the only few films that men had in popular culture to help guide them. 1999 also saw another film where a man took a stand and that was American Beauty. Ironically one story written by a gay man and the other staring one. But it seems that men knowing about women was discouraged but women knowing more about men was not only accepted but also promoted by the mainstream magazine narrative. That was probably something Edvard Barneays was involved with at some point as he lived for around a hundred years. Television isn't the only thing that trains women to manipulate men. Rob as a man when you're watching chick television what you see is banal talking between the characters is seen completely differently by women. They see new plays and tactics they can use against men. It's training them to be the perfect psychological weapon of the elites to trick us into unholy matrimony so they have one less man to compete with in the game for resources. I'll discuss more in a moment but let me first tell everyone about today's sponsor Chris Whalen:





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Mgvember 24 days ago

The PUA/incel crowd pushing the 'black pill' as this 'higher plane of knowledge', are no better than the feminists in this regard.

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El Hombre por su Cuenta

"The most powerful Man is the one who owns himself"

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