Tucker Carlson moves in the right direction.

Two years ago when Dr. Helen pointed out that our anti father family courts are our society’s formal legal expression of our contempt for respectable men, Tucker Carlson responded with an emphatic “Who cares”?

Dr. Helen:  [The] new world order is a place where men are discriminated against, forced into a hostile environment in school and later in college, and held in contempt by society. Maybe there is no incentive to grow up anymore. It used to be that being a grown-up, responsible man was rewarded with respect, power and deference. Now, not so much.

Tucker Carlson:  Every word of that is true, and let me say who cares?  If you’re a man, stop whining and reclaim your birthright which is masculinity, and masculinity and male power derive from responsibility. You don’t embrace responsibility, you have no power

Last night however Carlson detoured away from the weak men are screwing feminism up party line.  Instead he took conservative and liberal elites/policy makers to task for their failure to care about the legal, social, and economic forces that are destroying marriage:

Male wages declined. Manufacturing, a male-dominated industry all but disappeared over the course of a generation. All that remained in many places were the schools and the hospitals, and both of them are traditional employers of women.

In many areas, women suddenly made more than men.

Now, before you applaud that as a victory for feminism, consider some of the effects.

Study after study has shown that when men make less than women, women generally don’t want to marry them. Maybe they should want to marry them, but they don’t. Over big populations this causes a drop in marriage, a spike in out-of-wedlock births and all the familiar disasters that inevitably follow.

More drug and alcohol abuse, higher incarceration rates, fewer families formed in the next generation. This is not speculation, it’s not propaganda from the evangelicals. It’s social science. We know it’s true. Rich people know it best of all, that’s why they get married before they have kids. That model works.

Here is the full video for reference.  I haven’t watched all 15 minutes of it, but from the parts I watched he stopped short of directly addressing the disrespect of respectability that Dr. Helen so frequently points out.  Yet even indirectly challenging this by challenging our elites to focus on policies that work for working class families and not just the elites themselves is a huge step:

Predictably, feminist outlets had kittens over Carlson criticizing the destruction of families.  Huffington Post’s response is titled Tucker Carlson Blames Higher-Earning Women For ‘Men In Decline’:

Carlson… proclaimed “all that remained in many places” following the decline of “manufacturing and male-dominated” industry were the schools and hospitals that “traditionally” employ women, which meant that “in many areas, women suddenly made more than men.”

But rather than applaud it as “a victory for feminism,” Carlson asked viewers to “consider some of the effects.” He then cited unnamed studies that claimed women “generally don’t want to marry” men who earn less than them.

“Over big populations this causes a drop in marriage, a spike in out-of-wedlock births and all the familiar disasters that inevitably follow. More drug and alcohol abuse, higher incarceration rates, fewer families formed in the next generation,” he added in the clip shared online by Media Matters

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105 Responses to Tucker Carlson moves in the right direction.

  1. Christian Nicholes says:

    Which study is the best one to cite for the proposition that women “generally don’t want to marry” men who earn less than them?

  2. Lexet Blog says:

    I am currently reading a book from 1979 that discusses cultural changes achieved by the leftist feminist movement. One was transforming the labor market, which in form transformed the household and pitted he sexes against each other. The long goal of socialism has been to disrupt the household. They do this by perpetuating chaos between the sexes, as the traditional family model threatens the ideals of socialist equality.

    The result is fewer marriages, fewer children, and more reliance on the state. The agendas of leftists, feminists, and environmentalists are all aligned on this cross section.

    I’ll be slowly rolling out posts covering the book, as it drops major truth bombs, and is proven to hold true over 40 years. (Wait about a week for the first post). It’s fascinating because it argues that the roots of the problem started long before the sexual revolution, and long before the roaring 20’s.

  3. Lexet Blog says:

    All of recorded history

  4. Jonadab-the-Rechabite says:

    Tucker is living a variation of Dalrock’s law of feminism.

    First men are evil for not taking responsibility and being powerless as if it is their own personal negligence, (women are faultless). Then men need to earn more money to make the women happy enough to marry them, have legitimate children and save civilization from the faultless feminists who will divorce, imprision, fire and harass any male who would dare claim the power and responsibility that the feminists claim they have been cheated from holding.

    Feminism is the assertion that men are evil and naturally want to harm women, followed by pleas to men to solve all of women’s problems. – Dalrock’s law of feminism.

    He sees the results but faults the victims, he has not come to the proposition that patriarchal order works best and that when men or women refuse to live patriarchal roles, society becomes disordered and dysfunctional.
    Damned for being masculine and damned for not being masculine. Turns out a focus on trying to make women happy is a path to ruin. Better to serve Christ with a miserable woman than to serve an ungrateful controlling women at the cost of your masculine soul.

  5. ray says:

    I’ve thumped on Cucker a few times for his typical neo-con dismissals of the nation’s men and boys, in favor of the Feminist Establishment. And especially for groveling to the Short Skirt Sisterhood that runs FOXNews, instead of challenging them on their recurring $MeToo advocacies. Yeah thanks ‘conservatives’. Fair and Balanced my ass.

    He does a good job in other areas, but as always, when it comes to the Eden Echo, it’s total fail. The men allowed a public pulpit in America almost always are wealthy, and typically such men have daughters. Like Cucker. They have NO experience nor understanding of life for a boy or man outside the Elite Class . . . or at very least, the UMC.

    Having spent their lives within The Bubble — and then NY/DC, where The Bubble is double — they simply can’t grok the demolition of the male LC and MC over the past half-century, and tie that to the nation’s slow death. Some of this is willful blindness (i.e., self-interested cowardice) and some is merely the dearth of experience such men concerning life Outside The Bubble. I could drive Cucker around the W. Coast towns that were thriving thirty years ago, and now teem with the homeless men chucked out by the Glorious Feminist Revolution. Then perhaps he would See.

    The Right will make no lasting progress as long as it continues to embrace fully the Feminist Agenda — and make no mistake, America is a Total Feminist Nation. It’s v difficult for wealthy, cocooned ‘elite’ men to put aside their kneejerk faux-chivalry, their Precious Princess Daughters, their popularity and their money, and do what the LORD demands for the U.S. But if they can’t then the nation will fail and fall.

    Helen has been a strong, and often lone, voice for men and boys over the years. Her good works will be rewarded.

  6. The Question says:

    The issue of respect may one day be brought to the center, and if that happens, the response will force an ideological confrontation that really has not yet occurred.

    We will see….

  7. Joesmo says:

    By the time the elites realize that destroying the family is a terrible idea that diminshes their power, it will be too late. This is a violent country filled up with the most adaptable people on earth. Let’s hope for some kind of pushback before society collapses.

  8. Jonathan Castle says:

    Tucker thinks – or at least it’s the only argument he made in that segment – that it’s largely an economic problem:

    If men had more/better jobs, everything would be ok.

    The heart of the matter is that the culture doesn’t answer the ‘why’ question for men. Why go to college? Why work so hard after college? Why get married?

    Society has to sweeten the deal for men or they’re going to continue to walk.

    I do see that society is trying a little harder to pull men into jobs. You’d expect that from the corporate elite.

    But nothing to sweeten the deal of marriage, let alone relationship.

    Men need more power in relationships with women or things continue to decline from here. Wake me up when that happens.

  9. Jim says:

    Tucker thinks – or at least it’s the only argument he made in that segment – that it’s largely an economic problem:

    To libertardians and cuckservatives everything is about economics. It’s easier than pointing the finger at cunts and also their own chickenshit pussy-begging ways.

  10. coloradomtnman says:

    @ray

    Apparently you don’t follow Tucker regularly or have missed many of his episodes. During 2018 he had a ‘war on men’ nightly featurette one week and he has regularly had guests on to advocate for men. I challenge you to find a better advocate for men and fathers in the mass media; they don’t exist.

    As far as him needing to drive around California to understand the change, you are way off on this one too since he was grew up in La Jolla. He regularly does features on the collapse of the PRC. (Peoples Republic of California). Btw, his mother left him and his father when Tucker was six years old so you are way off on him. He knows all too well what ‘eat/pray/love’ does to families since his mom was exactly that before it was cool and she left them.

    Tucker has four daughters and if we had more families like his we would have half a chance.

  11. feeriker says:

    I saw this segment last night (I’m visiting my elderly mother, who is a FoxNews junkie, for the holidays) and was spellbound. Who kidnapped Tucker and replaced him with an alien?

    Seriously, though, kudos to Tucker for finally starting to see the light. May he continue down the red pill path and arrive at the destination to which it will inevitably lead him.

  12. ChristianCool says:

    Tucker Carlson has moved into the right direction because he hismelf learned what feminism and the unfair legal system is all about firsthand.

    Tucker was falsely accused of raping a mentally-deranged woman in Indiana. His life hung in the balance and he was about to go to prison and lose everything financially. Bill O’Reilly had just been destroyed by a false accusation himself, Hannity was also being accused and fought back hard and cleared his name. Tucker had to quietly deal with this to save himself, his life’s work, and his family.

    Ever since this happened to Tucker, he was force-fed The Red Pill. He has been a fierce advocate for men, for restoring traditional non-2.0 marriage, and to helping boys.

    Tucker has “moved in right direction” over a year ago when he did a “men in crisis” series. He defends men and demands justice for men for years now. He has become a fierce advocate for American middle class, for less immigration, and nationalism.

    I worked in legal field for years…. being falsely accused of crimes, especially by women in a men’s life is very common, much more common then you Blue Pillers want to admit or acknowledge.

    Tucker is a fierce ally of men and America. He is hands down my favorite host on all of TV.

  13. feeriker says:

    Feminism is the assertion that men are evil and naturally want to harm women, followed by pleas to men to solve all of women’s problems. – Dalrock’s law of feminism.

    I beseech our host to amend his law so that “pleas” reads DEMANDS. “Plea”
    connotes supplication, which feminists simply don’t do. Feminists are entitled monsters who don’t take no for an answer.

  14. Dalrock says:

    @The Question

    The issue of respect may one day be brought to the center, and if that happens, the response will force an ideological confrontation that really has not yet occurred.

    We will see….

    Indeed.

    @Jonathan Castle

    Tucker thinks – or at least it’s the only argument he made in that segment – that it’s largely an economic problem:

    If men had more/better jobs, everything would be ok.

    The heart of the matter is that the culture doesn’t answer the ‘why’ question for men. Why go to college? Why work so hard after college? Why get married?

    Agreed. But even his focus on creating an economy that works for working class men is a profound shift. Preventing that shift is the hill the Weekly Standard chose to die on. The Other McCain has a related post up on the topic. Moreover, once the conversation starts with the economy, the opening is made to deal with the issue of respect. If the starting question becomes “what is good for families (and therefore the nation)?” instead of “what is good for women?” this is truly huge.

    Society has to sweeten the deal for men or they’re going to continue to walk.

    I’m not personally convinced many men are really walking, but I can’t prove it either way. What I think is happening is something more threatening to our elites. I don’t think men are “striking”, I think the culture shifted the way we have signaled for decades that we want it to shift, and a lot of it I think comes down to men not really swearing off marriage but instead not seeing the signal previous generations saw in their late teens and early 20s that preparing to demonstrate provider status will get them sex. If I’m right, it is more about 30(ish) men not being able to go back and focus their youth on marriage, just like women can’t. The problem for elites is you can’t shame or otherwise incent men to go back in time to make different choices.

    Even worse, when window dressing measures don’t reverse the trend as hoped, the conversation will get more serious. Ironically, that is when I think we will actually see men “striking”. For decades the best tool in the toolbox was denial. But once we stop denying the reality (to try to fix it), then I think we will see an additional group of men deciding more consciously to avoid signing up for marriage (or even just delay it for a few years). The resulting panic by women who can’t find a time machine will only fuel the fire further.

  15. Warthog says:

    Tucker’s blaming men for whining versus taking it back, is bluster. The feminist dictatorship is entirely enforced by the State and the family courts. There are more women than men in every country of the West, and they are allowed to vote. Short of women spontaneously repenting en masse and voting to end women’s suffrage, there is no political path for men to restore our rights.

    The only way to take it back is armed revolution, or wait for the wheels to fall off. The current state structures in the West must be entirely destroyed in order to restore the law of the Christian family. I believe that armed revolution is the serpents preferred methodology. That means for woke men, the only course is to repent in sackcloth and ashes and appeal to God. The wheels are about to fall off the socialist welfare states. The only question is whether there are enough of us barbarians to seize power when it crumbles.

  16. Oscar says:

    @ Jonathan Castle

    Tucker thinks – or at least it’s the only argument he made in that segment – that it’s largely an economic problem:

    It’s a start. Economics is a manifestation of the psychology of large groups of people. It’s empirically measurable evidence of something entirely subjective and ephemeral.

    That’s why we have a “Consumer Confidence Index”. What is “confidence”? It’s a feeling. It’s 100% subjective. When people feel good about the economy, the economy suddenly (as if by magic) gets better. That’s a big reason why the economy improved when Pres Trump took office. Long before he’d had a chance to make any changes that would tangibly effect the economy, people began investing, planning, etc. because they felt better about having an “America first” businessman at the helm than they did about having an America-hater who’d been raised by Marxists at the helm.

    I say all that to make this point. When people start to investigate the causes behind economic results, it often leads them to some of those subjective, ephemeral factors – confidence, respect, etc.

    Let’s hope Mr. Carlson continues on his journey.

  17. Dalrock says:

    Well put Oscar.

  18. ChristianCool says:

    @ Warthog says: “The feminist dictatorship is entirely enforced by the State and the family courts. There are more women than men in every country of the West, and they are allowed to vote. Short of women spontaneously repenting en masse and voting to end women’s suffrage, there is no political path for men to restore our rights.”

    6 years as a Paralegal and 2 years (4 year program) in law school. I have a front row to this court-enforced s#ithow of male enslavement and abuse. False criminal accusations, mass incarceration of innocent men, and divorce rape abuses are very real and they are extremely common. Anyone saying otherwise is a Blue Pilled Beta cuck (or willfully ignorant).

    Yes, there is a path other of women giving up rights to vote (which will never ever ever ever ever gonna happen). A major national crisis of epic proportions. But that is an ugly scenario for everyone, men and women. A Great Depression type scenario, a widespread disease pandemic, or a war. All terrible scenarios. But such events reset a society completely.

    Short of such draconian scenarios, the way to win is twofold:

    1) The Betas and lazy men go MGTOW in large scale, and refuse marriage and refuse to participate in their own enslavement. They go “full MGTOW”

    2) The Alphas stick to being Red Pilled, and refuse marriage and refuse to participate in their own enslavement. They live for themselves, they never marry, never give women anything, and go MGTOW only on marriage, of course.

    As yourself: how many women do you see working in a road construction site, roofing, fixing a city sewer system or designing something valuable like a bridge, create a new technology 9like the iPhone), or a reliable/safe automobile? Never or almost never. Women are naturally spoiled, they find these jobs boring or too hard.

    Society is built on the backs of MEN, not women. The women simply enjoy the spoils. When men are pushed to their limits in extreme situations (i.e. a crumbling society), we rise to occasion. So if we have a massive crisis as discussed, the Alpha Males will lead and weaker ones will die out or follow. The problem is getting us to the “reset threshold” needed for that to occur. A catalyst is needed.

    Do NOT count on women willingly relinquishing power they were GIVEN and the unfair privileges that Beta male politicians like Paul Ryan, Jeff Flake, and Mitt Romney and others gave them. The only way men can have their civil rights restored is going to be under a crisis. American legislatures only operate under crisis, unfortunately.

    Question is, what will be the catalyst to such change? ❓

  19. Tipster says:

    Thot’s Law: all social media converges towards porn over time because women want chad

  20. ChristianCool says:

    @Tipster says: “Thot’s Law: all social media converges towards porn over time because women want chad.”

    They want Chad, but most importantly – THEY WANT MONEY.

    Just YouTube search “gold-digger pranks”. You can watch videos of gold-diggers exposed for the next year and you will have years more to watch. It is an epidemic.

    Ps. “InstaGram model” are not just there for attention. They want a rich guy, they are putting up a flag so they can be hired by some oligarch in Dubai to be porta-potties for a couple weeks, or they are charging by the hour. 😮

    Chad is their least concern when cash is in play and that is what “social media” female stars want. Money is their goal.

  21. Tucker always struck me as honestly wrong when he was wrong. I remember the Dr. Helen interview I understood why he was saying what he was saying, I’d heard and thought much the same myself at earlier times. It was only later that I thought “No man, if you’re offered a bad deal, what you do is say no.”

    It’s like a kind of hypnosis that makes you answer an argument of prudence with one from fortitude that men seem to be prone to e.g.
    “That does make sense.” “What are you a p@ssy?”

    It’s like a teenage kid convincing himself that he can’t lose a fight. You can. Men are stronger by nature but obviously far from invulnerable. Good on Tucker for breaking some of the chain, shame it took nearly getting destroyed by a false accusation to get there.

  22. @Dalrock”…but instead not seeing the signal previous generations saw in their late teens and early 20s that preparing to demonstrate provider status will get them sex.”

    Would you mind expanding on this? I’m a little confused by what this means here.

  23. Sharkly says:

    Stuff clearly needs to change. One person can’t change too much on a functional level, but one person can often do a lot on a symbolic level. Lorena Bobbitt made a huge and horrific cut against all men, and was not punished for it. It was a national shit-test that we as a nation of men failed. Nobody really did anything to her as a result. While one old lady is of little consequence, the symbolic significance could be as significant as the original incident in the national psyche. lessons could be learned. Right now the public belief is that emasculating men is a crime that goes unpunished, and therefore the total emasculation/disrespect and disfigurement of a man by his wife, is not really a crime at all.

    1 Kings 2:1 As David’s time to die drew near, he charged Solomon his son, saying, 2 “I am going the way of all the earth. Be strong, therefore, and show yourself a man. 3 Keep the charge of the Lord your God, to walk in His ways, to keep His statutes, His commandments, His ordinances, and His testimonies, according to what is written in the Law of Moses, that you may succeed in all that you do and wherever you turn, … 5 “Now you also know what Joab the son of Zeruiah did to me, … 6 So act according to your wisdom, and do not let his gray hair go down to Sheol in peace.

    Right now team “men” is setting at zero on the scoreboard. It is no wonder women laugh when they hear about copycat incidents. We have let this remain a laughing matter with no price to be paid.

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  25. earl says:

    Tucker Carlson has moved into the right direction because he hismelf learned what feminism and the unfair legal system is all about firsthand.

    Sometimes that’s what it takes to get what’s going on.

    Our injustice system is mainly about subverting the husband’s authority in marriage and fatherhood with children. It also bleeds out into subverting his earning power to support said marriage and kids.

  26. pb says:

    Lexet Blog: What is the name of the book?

  27. Dalrock says:

    @greenmantlehoyos

    @Dalrock”…but instead not seeing the signal previous generations saw in their late teens and early 20s that preparing to demonstrate provider status will get them sex.”

    Would you mind expanding on this? I’m a little confused by what this means here.

    Yeah. That was pretty unclear. As the age of first marriage has gone up, the signals young men receive have also been pushed out. In the 1950s and 1960s half of all (first) weddings occurred before the woman’s twenty first birthday. This meant that women were often scoping out potential husbands in high school. They didn’t necessarily marry the man they paired up with in high school, but the criteria they were using to pair up was generally a marriage minded criteria set. There was practically no time for an AF/BB split. So for a man who went to high school in the 50s or 60s, signaling provider capability was immediately rewarded in the SMP. They probably weren’t making any money yet, but women were looking for precursor indicators (work ethic, grades, secondary education plans, etc).

    The median age of marriage crept up in the 1970s, but until 1979 half of all first weddings involved women under age 22. This still meant young women were looking for marriage material men either in high school, or very quickly after graduating. The trend of women delaying marriage continued, and by 1989 the median age of first marriage for women was just shy of 24. But even here, while very few women would have been marrying right after high school, they were still marrying in college. A man who went to high school in the 70s or (especially) 80s would have been much less likely to have a girlfriend in high school, but some time shortly after high school graduation this changed. High school aged boys could see preparing for marriage as paying off for their older brothers (or their friend’s older brother). Culturally working hard in your late teens and early twenties to signal provider status still made a great deal of sense.

    But as the median age of first marriage kept increasing, at some point the payoff point started being so far out that young men didn’t feel the motivation. More accurately, they didn’t feel as much motivation. Most, probably nearly all, still prepared for marriage, but over time a growing minority of them didn’t feel great urgency here. As marriage became something that everyone knew “happened when you are 30”, the culture of young men drifted away from preparing to signal provider status. I don’t think most of these men did a cost benefit analysis and decided marriage was a bad deal, I think they just went with the (rational) flow and didn’t work as hard to prepare to support a wife and kids. The problem for the suddenly reformed party girls isn’t that they can no longer sucker a beta into marrying them, but that there is a shortage of suitable betas and no way to increase the supply in the relevant time period. Even a small shortage would have a large impact, since failure to marry is seen as just that, failure, by the reformed party girl. Sticking the AF/BB landing says respectable woman with an interesting past. Failing to stick the landing means crazy cat lady who can’t keep a man.

  28. Novaseeker says:

    @Dalrock”…but instead not seeing the signal previous generations saw in their late teens and early 20s that preparing to demonstrate provider status will get them sex.”

    Would you mind expanding on this? I’m a little confused by what this means here.

    What he means is that in the past it was obvious to young men that if they put in their time and developed themselves in their late teens and early 20s, they would be able to attract women for sex (and eventually marriage) by doing so. Today, the obvious reality for men is that building oneself up like that is a recipe for failing to attract women for sex in one’s 20s, and that one is better off working on other things (physical development, social skills etc) to attract women, rather than building education and career during that period. The end result is more guys in their late 20s and early 30s who never did the work prior generations did in their late teens and early 20s to develop their economic potential, because there is no obvious sexual payoff for doing so (and in fact the guys who are being bestowed sexual access by attractive women in their 20s are doing anything but that economic/provider development path) — which means that when women are “finally ready” to look for a man to marry when they are around 30 (in major coastal metros), there are far fewer men who fit the bill, because the men who otherwise would have fit the bill were not bust developing that aspect of themselves in their 20s, but were working on what would get them laid at the time with attractive women.

  29. @Dalrock, thansks, that answers my question. I honestly hadn’t thought of that exactly, although I’ve been reading here for a good long while now.

  30. Jim says:

    6 years as a Paralegal and 2 years (4 year program) in law school. I have a front row to this court-enforced s#ithow of male enslavement and abuse. False criminal accusations, mass incarceration of innocent men, and divorce rape abuses are very real and they are extremely common. Anyone saying otherwise is a Blue Pilled Beta cuck (or willfully ignorant).

    You remind me of DDJ from the TFM Show. He says the exact same thing. The cunts and pussy boys like to pretend false accusations are rare which we all know is bullshit. Most of those morons won’t wake up though until it happens to them. For some reason many people have to learn the hard way.

  31. Jonathan Castle says:

    All true. Men are also getting strong contrary signals that marriage can blow up in your face and that, even if it doesn’t, you get no respect as a husband.

    Also, the signal that says ‘work hard / get married’ – because now a woman wants to – is getting weaker and weaker as having kids out of marriage becomes normalized.

    Reestablishing fault-divorce seems to me the only way to get men back into marriage long-term.

    That is nowhere on the radar now, so expect continued decline.

  32. Aren’t the elites and the media already noticing and worrying? Paul Ryan was talking about it last year, articles about plunging birth rates are common fair in the federalist or newsweek or washington post, and action movies have been portraying dads better for several years.

    A marriage strike might not be happening, but there is definitely a clock on crashing birth rates. The economy is getting better but even the rates of celibacy are rising, and birth and marriage rates are falling. Ivf and convincing 35 year old men they should finally marry both have limited success rates.

  33. The Question says:

    @Dalrock

    “More accurately, they didn’t feel as much motivation. Most, probably nearly all, still prepared for marriage, but over time a growing minority of them didn’t feel great urgency here. As marriage became something that everyone knew “happened when you are 30”, the culture of young men drifted away from preparing to signal provider status.”

    Here’s something else to consider. I don’t know how many men might think of it this way, but I definitely do. Working hard and making good money attracts women ready for the beta bucks. So if you’re making just enough to take care of yourself, what incentive does a single man have to work harder? Some men may like the extra perks that come with lots of money, but if they’re in a job where it’s pretty laid back and they make decent money, albeit not enough to support a wife and family, why would they go out of their way to take a better paying but more stressful job? The main reason is to signal provider status to a prospective wife, but now they know that 99 percent of the women attracted to that have just hopped off the carousal.

    In short, it’s not just that they have to wait a long time and are getting a weaker signal, but the longer they wait the greater the chance they know what will be waiting for them at 30 and that those giving off the signals aren’t the same quality as it was back in the day when men and women married at 21.

  34. Otto Lamp says:

    Maybe it should be renamed to “Marriage Preparation Strike”.

    College grads are 60% female & 40% male. Meaning 1/3 of female college grads will NOT marry a college grad.

    And, since many women will never consider “marrying down”, they will become old maids who find themselves “accidentally” pregnant as their bio clock starts to run down. Example: Janine Turner, who dated alpha men (Alec Baldwin, Troy Aikman, Sly Stallone) yet could never land one. Then, in her 30’s, she unexpectedly found herself pregnant with Jerry Jones Jr’s child.

    Dalrock has her story here: https://dalrock.wordpress.com/2012/05/08/godly-unashamed-unwed-mothers/

    Women will not forego having children. Like Ms Turner, they will simply decide one day “it’s time” and pick out a father. It will be interesting to watch the trend of alpha-males becoming (unwilling) alpha-dads over the next decade.

  35. Anonymous Reader says:

    archerwfisher
    Aren’t the elites and the media already noticing and worrying?

    Some people have said some words…

    Paul Ryan was talking about it last year,

    Talk.

    articles about plunging birth rates are common fair in the federalist or newsweek or washington post,

    Talk. Is.

    and action movies have been portraying dads better for several years.

    Movies. Are. Talk.
    Poltical. Speeches. Are. Talk.
    Articles. Are. Talk.
    Talk. Is. Talk.
    Talk. Is. Cheap.

    Get back to me when anyone in public outside of the manosphere offers a serious proposal.

    For now, our elites have zero problem with the situation. It’s nothing that another smuggled load of Chinese Fentanyl won’t fix…

  36. Red Pill Latecomer says:

    Warthog: The only way to take it back is armed revolution, or wait for the wheels to fall off.

    Those two events might be combined in one phenomenon. Many of those boys being raised by Strong, Independent Single Moms will grow up to be feral thugs. They’ll provide much (largely unfocused) revolutionary unrest, while simultaneously allowing society’s wheels to fall off.

  37. JRob says:

    @Otto Lamp
    I am Hamster, hear me roar.
    https://www.iamsecond.com/seconds/janine-turner/

  38. Asaph says:

    Hey, hey, hey. No need to call out libertarians using insults. Many of the prominent figures in the manosphere are libertarians. That being said, many libertarians are kinda autistic about economics.
    Conservatives on the other hand, I cant think of a way to defend them.

  39. Sharkly says:

    As far as false accusations go, I was personally charged with being a sex addict and a danger to my kids, in my wife’s divorce filing. As a result of slow proceedings and them moving the goalposts more than once, it took me about 9 months before I was able to see my children again without being supervised every single second of my few rare visits. It also cost about $3,500 worth of psychological evaluation and testing by a clinical shrink and a sex addiction shrink, and in the end I was found to be free of every sort of personality, mood, or thinking disorder, free of any sign of sex addiction, and no treatment of any kind was recommended for the false charge. And it didn’t cost her a cent, or a thing to put me and my sons through all of that. Why wouldn’t a bitch make a false accusation, when it comes with no repercussions at all to them, and it is often effective in sullying the man’s reputation, and makes him more willing to accept a bad deal, knowing nothing is stopping her from making more false charges, if she doesn’t get her way?

  40. Sharkly says:

    The divorced Feminist parenting assessment bitch was trying to get my wife to say she was “raped”. Apparently during the infrequent occasions when we had sex, when I usually made sure my wife had an orgasm before I had mine, if I finished, after she was “done” having her orgasm, that last bit was “rape”, because no woman would willingly let her husband finish, says the man hating Feminazi Bitch! Seriously! If my divorce continues on, I may yet get that sort of ridiculous crap thrown at me. I’m a “rapist” for making sure my wife got to have an orgasm before I finished.

    Oh well. I’ll counter claim rape for the times she rode me like a rented mule trying to climax before I went soft after having had my orgasm first.

    What a sorry state marriage has come to!

  41. American says:

    Sad to hear you went through that Sharkly; however, it’s pretty common nowadays. I’ve seen far worse… utterly immoral and amoral out-of-control disordered highly emotional train wreck leftardesses wreaking havoc on men and children’s lives like a wrecking ball. I’d rather die then allow them any legal power over me whatsoever and increasingly I see other males coming to exactly the same conclusion. I just hope we can kill chivalry before we go in what is a loving act of self-defense for all mankind.

  42. ray says:

    Coloradomtnman —

    I did see some of the Men’s Week shows, and I’ve watched him dozens of times. I’m afraid I’m unable to view each episode. I’m not obsessed with him.

    Your point about Carlson being the only media outlet — in the ENTIRE UNITED STATES — that permits at least cursory mention of masculinity, men, and boys, is fair. But rather than excuse Feminist America, your point emphasizes it’s power. And puhleeze what I saw of defense of American masculinity by Carlson was quite tame. I’m tired of tame.

    It’s proper to give him some cred, but he doesn’t register with me until he gets the Spirit, grows a Christian spine, and emphatically opposes the gynarchy, rather than toss crumbs to boys and men. Even if they’re the only crumbs. Females have EVERY institution in the land at beck and call. Males have . . . one week of shows within a one hour slot. Equality.

    Your detail that Carlson has four daughters did little to encourage or comfort me concerning his value. So there’s that for you.

    You asserted:

    “As far as him needing to drive around California to understand the change, you are way off on this one too since he was grew up in La Jolla.”

    My comments about Bubble Dwelling stand. He assuredly needs to be shown an America he does not see, nor understand.

    As if growing up in La Jolla was some gritty working-class weight!

    https://www.sandiegouniontribune.com/sdut-la-jolla-called-most-expensive-housing-market-us-a-2009sep24-story.html

    Not even a good try. Are you a FOX employee?

    Tucker’s dad is Richard Warner Carlson, about whom Wikipedia notes —

    “In 1997, he became president and CEO of King World Public Television, a subsidiary of King World Productions, the syndicator of Oprah, Wheel of Fortune and Jeopardy, among other successful TV shows. Two years later, King World was purchased by CBS for $2.5 billion.”

    Bub. Ul. Sorry Charlie. For all his merits (and they are many), you’re shooting blanks.

  43. Kid Charlemagne says:

    Some years ago when Aunt Giggles still had her site (HUS), I mentioned in a comment how women who make good money absolutely refuse to use that income to support a family. While high-earning men will just take it as a matter of course that the income they earn will go toward the support of a spouse and children.

    So, I continued, it seems to me that the real question is: what is it about women that makes them so selfish? And conversely, what is it about men that makes them so selfLESS?

    Of course, I’m sure to no one’s surprise, Aunt Giggles proceeded to tell me I had no idea what I was talking about, that women support families “all the time”, and then informed me that I was henceforth blocked from further comment.

    What a joke. In reality, I’ve met plenty of high-earning women over the years. Exactly zero of them were supporting a spouse and children with their income. But of the high-earning men I’ve known, probably 90+ percent were doing so. But why would I believe my lying eyes over an authority like Aunt Giggles, right?

    The horrible patriarchy strikes again, I suppose.

  44. Fox News Alert!!!
    This just in:
    Hypergamy doesn’t care, Tucker.

  45. Luke says:

    Semi-OT: the apparent new U.S. Secretary of Defense is Jim Webb.
    Here is what he wrote in 1979 about women in the U.S. military:

    https://www.washingtonian.com/1979/11/01/jim-webb-women-cant-fight/

    ‘Jim Webb: Women Can’t Fight
    “Your mission remains fixed, determined, inviolable—it is to win wars,” Douglas MacArthur told the 1962 West Point class. In this story, a Naval Academy graduate, a combat veteran of Vietnam, says the country’s fighting mission is being corrupted, with grave consequences to the national defense. One of the main problems, he says, is women.’

  46. MCG00 says:

    Tucker Carlson can only say so much. You would think he could at least call for the end and abolishment of family courts. If you notice, it is the real sentiment throughout the majority of the populace. How many citizens have you heard cry out to “abolish them (family kangaroo courts) completely”?

    Family courts are a great big GUN pointed right between the eyes of YOU MAN and your family. The current explosion of family law cases overwhelming the courts, the piles upon piles of statutes, the utter GLUT of scholarly derrelict legal vomit on the books to regulate families – – it is a manmade tidal wave kill shot intended to legally SWAMP AND DROWN to death once and for all the trad family unit.

    The family courts, the DV mania, the rape tribunals – – it is all designed to SLAP the man off his horse. DOWN you go man – – “OFF YOUR THRONE you male sonofa@%#”. And the seething feminist family courtroom witches scream “STOMP HIS BALLS!!” “TAKE THAT MALE $&∞% out of my courtroom with his tail between his legs in shackles!!”

    Wheew do those family court p¡ssfems have a nasty streak and foul mouth about them. Yep it’s the scorned b¡†ch from he|| spirit on steroids alive in the west. What can we do? What must we do? That awful scorned b¡†ch spirit must be contained and put back in the bag, back into Pandora’s box that’s what.

    The family laws, the DV laws and rape laws aren’t intended for the betterment of women. It is the elite’s ploy to shackle all non elite males, to deconstruct masculinity and end the autonomous natural man. Policing sex and family and relationships is fatally taxing to not only patriarchy, but to the natural development and maturity of both men and women. So it is clear all of this beefing up of family law has nothing to do with equal justice to anyone. It is not justice at all but is clearly PUNISHMENT to any parties who strive to maintain a natural hetero family structure.

    MEN ARE SENT to the gallows on a mere preponderance of evidence that they violate any law within the slew of newly and dubiously defined crimes against ‘family law’ – – can’t you see it? It is structured to place the common man into shackles indebted to the system with no hope of personal mobility. In a nutshell it is legislating MEN into a slave class.

    THE ‘POLICE’ – – think about it. What are they? What were they historically? There were no ‘cops’ in the middle ages. Royalty had bodyguards and decorated armies and there were citizen militias. But ‘cops’ or police came about later with the advent of the slave trade. In slave holding districts, the paid police or sentries duty and job was to return run away slaves to their owners. Kind of like how a bail bondsman hires a bounty hunter. They were paid to return the slaves to the plantation. In patriarchy KING DADDY rules the roost and is the ultimate law. PATRIARCHAL FAMILIES are the load bearing and supporting pillars of the civilization.

    TODAY the move is to disempower the common man and make him into property owned by the corporate plantation slave state. The advent of non military ‘police’ forces who work in conjunction with judiciary ‘middle’ elites is to marshall the common citizen, to segue evolving representative democracies BACK to original peasant systems.

    And police today watch each other’s backs just as they did during the classic slave eras. They work for the elites regardless of the ‘protect and serve’ placards on their slave taxi paddy wagons. And if the police come after YOU man it is because you have strayed from the plantation. The sovereign patriarchal family unit is a terrible threat to the peasant system.

    So there you have it. The women and children are subverted under the authority of the state and the men, more difficult to subvert must be legally and forcibly unbound from the family unit – – and placed into a revolving door of incarceration depending on their resistance.

    The kangaroo family court ‘coercion’ laws have no basis in justice, fairness or reality. It is a tool to contain and control the males whilst collectivizing the women and children on to the plantation. And it’s all at the barrel of a gun where we see THE COPS AGAIN. Typically ‘cops’ today aren’t proud Marines or Army or defenders of our national treasure. These are uniformed deputies of the plantation overseer’s office. These are the petty local tyrants hired to keep the subjects tethered to the plantation. Their job is a juggernaut of collecting taxes, running cease and desist orders on residents in foreclosure evictions and serving warrants for delinquent child support blood money collections. The plantation bosses run a pretty tight ship. Oh and I forgot, they’re code enforcers too.

    Plantation ‘cops’. A bunch of real rocket scientists aren’t they? So are the plantation ‘cops’ to thank for advancing western civilization, for us venturing to the stars??? Is the ‘cop’ culture the backbone of our innovation and creativity? Hardly. The typical ‘cop’ is an idiot obsessed with ‘craaahm’ (crime). They’ve got their heads up the arse of the lowest of the low, the criminal, the dope fiend, the most deviant and degenerate of what mankind has to offer. What retard feels compelled to chase criminals around all day? . . . I bet the west and classical Europe would be as low as sub saharan Africa if every western male were nothing but a ‘copper’ that chases criminals like a dumb dog chases cars. The west is better than that and we’re better than dumb dogs and we’re better than the elite mobsters that employ the dumb dogs who run and preside over all the vice rackets that presently stink up our western communities.

    And again what a terrible glut of nonsense family law there is. It’s like it popped up out of nowhere and it’s all across the west now. Hijacking the resources of a country’s judiciary to curtail the autonomy of the family unit is the same as hijacking the interest rates and currency supply to curtail personal wealth, mobility and freedom. Sure a man can live currency free while incarcerated with nothing more than a debt to owe for some imaginary infraction of the ‘spook’ laws, but you can see that the architects of the whole debacle are the same. Their goal is a state of slavery via fiat indebtedness. It’s THE SAME enemy of Man and the same enemy of Mankind at work here.

  47. Nick Mgtow says:

    “Predictably, feminist outlets had kittens over Carlson criticizing the destruction of families. Huffington Post’s response is titled Tucker Carlson Blames Higher-Earning Women For ‘Men In Decline’:

    Carlson… proclaimed “all that remained in many places” following the decline of “manufacturing and male-dominated” industry were the schools and hospitals that “traditionally” employ women, which meant that “in many areas, women suddenly made more than men.”

    But rather than applaud it as “a victory for feminism,” Carlson asked viewers to “consider some of the effects.” He then cited unnamed studies that claimed women “generally don’t want to marry” men who earn less than them.

    “Over big populations this causes a drop in marriage, a spike in out-of-wedlock births and all the familiar disasters that inevitably follow. More drug and alcohol abuse, higher incarceration rates, fewer families formed in the next generation,” he added in the clip shared online by Media Matters”

    When you say the truth, you make yourself enemies.

  48. Nick Mgtow says:

    Christian Nicole: which study proves that ,open refuse to marry men who earn less than them?

    Have you even tried to verify that affirmation? To Google it?

    To Google hypergamy?

  49. Paul says:

    @Warthog That means for woke men, the only course is to repent in sackcloth and ashes and appeal to God.

    When I tell fellow Christians complaining about all kind of societal evils, that true repentance starts in the church, they typically disconnect. In this case, repentance should be in the church about the total disregard for marriage by allowing the divorce epidemic to continue, by allowing homosexual marriage and sexual relationships, and by failing to uphold headship of the husband over his wife.

    1 Pet 4 “For it is time for judgment to begin with God’s household; and if it begins with us, what will the outcome be for those who do not obey the gospel of God?”

    NOTE: The Greek ‘krisis’ means ‘judgement’ in the NT, which is interesting as some readers were hinting that we might need a ‘crisis’ before things would start to change…

  50. Paul says:

    As for the impact on society; it is not so much the isolation of men and women in the rejection of marriage that is endangering society, but the failing to produce children to uphold society.

    But don’t worry, the elites are already importing hordes of Mohammedans to further eradicate the Christian family. These are known to produce more than enough offspring; some even claim that is to intentionally displace Christianity. Intentional or not, current birth rates for Americans versus Mohammedans agree.

  51. info says:

    @Otto Lamp
    ”Then, in her 30’s, she unexpectedly found herself pregnant with Jerry Jones Jr’s child.”

    More mutations. So higher risk of bad genetic mutations coming in and impacting future generations.

  52. MCG00 says:

    @Paul – Getting professional/working/educated/voting women to breed is like pulling teeth. A graduation hat on a female is scarier than a Halloween mask and is a testament to her dad on his naivety for believing big lies. Western women will resume breeding once suffrage is removed and once we quit sending them away from home alone to study ding bat arts at the state extacy rave party colleges where they get drunk, stoned and laid for four years. It is complete idiocracy the way the west is being bled to death.

  53. Fiddlesticks says:

    Congratulations Dalrock, your classic 2010 Revenge of The Nerds post has been turned into a major fiction short story by a feminist!

    Dalrock predicts it, 2010:
    https://dalrock.wordpress.com/2010/07/23/hypergamous-arms-race-revenge-of-the-nerds/

    Popular feminist writer laments that it has come to pass, 2019:
    View story at Medium.com

  54. Fiddlesticks says:

    For some reason, the short-story link was omitted, let me see if it posts here:

    View story at Medium.com

  55. Fiddlesticks says:

    If wordpress isn’t showing you the link to the short story, it’s “The Good Guy” by Kristen Roupenian on Medium. It’s proof that Dalrock was yet again ahead of his time.

  56. Mike says:

    If you really want to target the decline of the middle class and family formation, one has to only ask any white guy in college how the internship search goes. Feminists have been extremely successful at weaponizing human resources departments (staffed with all bitter career women) to enact their goals.

    The specific mechanism for rising women’s wages can be seen in internship recruiting. Companies love white women interns > black women > black men > latino women > Latino men > Asians and white men cream of the crop will have to battle it out for the few remaining spots. Companies throw the red carpet out for any girl going for a decent degree while their male peers are going to need an old boys network favor ( I.e. be elite already) for them to get an internship. Basically nepotism from baby boomer men is all that can save young men at this point to counteract feminist hiring policies. Too bad every jerk white male executive has taken the cowards way out by blaming his generations failing on young women and gone along with the program (most likely because he’s compromised himself and has grabbed a few too many asses in the 80s on his way up). Thanks for nothing.

    At any college, you will see white women coming out with, on average, way better jobs than white men if you campare them within the same discipline. So 27 year old Suzy doesn’t want to date her comparably “loser” white male classmates later when she’s earning 75k at her marketing job, while he makes 40k wading through temp jobs without health insurance.

    Internship recruiting is the front lines of enacting feminist social policy. Too bad the recruiters are usually indoctrinated 23-28 year old man hating women.

  57. Mike says:

    *and by cream of the crop, I mean those Asian and white men are only getting in with the very best gpas and experience. If you are a white guy, you better have as close to a 4.0 as possible for any prayer at a top tier internship, which is the gateway now to most any decent job.

  58. coloradomtnman says:

    @ray aka ‘Internet Tough Guy’

    You are an equal opportunity offender and we’re in deep shit if we rely on tough guys like you who based on your post couldn’t influence a dog to take a leak. And no, I don’t work in media at all. (including Fox corp)

    I wouldn’t qualify for your working class litmus test either because I have a college degree and have also made too much money to have street cred with you.

    Good luck changing anything pal with only uneducated blue-collar divorced men living on their buddies couch.

  59. patriarchal landmine says:

    [blocckquote]If wordpress isn’t showing you the link to the short story, it’s “The Good Guy” by Kristen Roupenian on Medium.[/blockquote]

    if men want insight what women think of polite, civil men, go look up that book.

    if men want to know what happens to the same women who write books like that, go look up the latest beheading video. two Norwegian strong independent sex tourists sluts get culturally enriched all day and then slowly and painfully murdered in Morocco.

  60. patriarchal landmine says:

    ‘The Good Guy,’ a short story from Kristen Roupenian, author of ‘Cat Person’

    you ever encounter someone that is nothing more than a living stereotype?

  61. Dale says:

    Fiddlesticks: Thanks for the story recommendation. Hard to believe it was written by a woman. Is she more aware than most? Or did she just happen to inadvertently stumble onto a truth when writing her fictional story?

  62. patriarchal landmine says:

    I spelled blockquote wrong and I’m not sure if the tag even works even when spelled correctly but wow just posting the link to the tweet brought up the whole twitter apparatus.

    anyway I refuse to actually read the story, it’s not even a book it’s like fanfiction, but the tagline did not sell me on the potential of reading the whole thing.

  63. ChristianCool says:

    @earl says: “Our injustice system is mainly about subverting the husband’s authority in marriage and fatherhood with children. It also bleeds out into subverting his earning power to support said marriage and kids.”

    Personal story: I got into the legal field because one of my friends was falsely accused of rape and destroyed his life and he has never recovered, to this day.

    I used to believe in our criminal justice system until I saw this happening to my friend. I lost faith in the system and decided to FIGHT it. I quickly understood that the power in America is in the Courts, not in the other 2 branches (a total corruption from where Founders had intended).

    I got into legal system because I wanted legal knowledge, insider tricks, and wanted to be able to understand it and fight it.

    Tucker was like me…. a believer in the “goodness of women” and a marital and economic system that had been corrupted and turned against honest, good Americans.

    “Nice guys finish last”. Why do you think that has become such a popular motto/saying in America? Because the Left turned our country around. Good is bad, evil is good. American rewards cheaters, liars, and con-man.

    General Michael Flynn spent decades serving the country. His reward for wanting to help the FBI – he lost his house, is bankrupt, and could go to prison for 5 years. US District Court Judge Alcee Hastings took tens of thousands in bribes, including $150k to give a criminal a lenient sentence. His punishment? He is now a Democratic Congressman witha net worth close to $5 million USD and has just been made Chairman of a powerful House committee by newly elected Speaker Pelosi Jan 3, 2019.

    When Trump said “the system is rigged”, he was not kidding. Check out Trump’s 2000 book “The America We Deserve” and you will see what he means.

    I take the weapons of the enemy and turn against them now. Some girl at work wnats to falsely accuse me of sexual harassment? I become the victim and pretend to be a “discreet gay man”. I instantly become immune to future accusations and my accusers get reprimanded. 🙂 I have no social media presence and never ever hit on co-workers and have no outside social interaction with these people, so it works.

    Turn the weapons of the enemy against them. That is how American men need to fight back. Use their weapons against them and make them regret they even created such a system.

  64. ray says:

    coloradomtnman —

    I responded to your comments with substantive FACTS from your boy Cucker’s life. I didn’t create those facts, they just exist.

    You responded with nothing concerning the facts presented, because they disprove the assertions and inferences you made about Cucker. Instead, you opted for personal attacks on the person who told you a truth you didn’t want to hear . . . like some butthurt beyotch.

    Cowardly and dishonest. You damn sure ain’t no Mountain Man, in fact I doubt you’re a man at all. Male, mebbe.

  65. coloradomtnman says:

    @ray

    I am happy to meet you in person and we can square up accounts.

  66. Spike says:

    Tucker Carlson has trodden the well-worn path of red-pill awakening:

    Warnings about the state of male-female relations fall on deaf ears, until it is experienced first-hand

    Helen Smith is an academic with integrity in whose practice has seen men as clients with recurring themes in their lives. Those themes are that they have been destroyed by entitled women, either by false accusation, divorce, the Family Court, or the legal system. She studied it and wrote her book.

    Once such a book is written, the media will attack it with three word slogans, simplistic reductionism and ridicule. Tucker’s response would have been typical:
    “Men? Stop whining!”

    It is ONLY when he is personally attacked by the full weight of the female-totalitarian system that he changes. This is true of several other famous men from Dominique Strauss Kahn to Geoffrey Rush. The rest of us though, are not so lucky: we do not have millions of dollars available to us that we can use to clear our names in the courts. This is why what Dr Helen calls “Going Galt”, vanishing or adopting the Mike Pence Rule is the best option. You can’t be accused of sexual misconduct at the office Christmas Party, for instance, if you’re not there.

  67. ray says:

    coloradomtnman —

    You will.

  68. Tucker learned the hard way to ditch the man up schtick, but he did learn it. I learn most of my lessons the hard way. How about you? Who will cast the first stone here? He is an advocate for men at last and he is sticking up for the rest of us. He has assumed personal risk to himself and family for doing so. We should be grateful. I know from personal experience that it’s not fun living under threats of people who know where you live, regardless of how tough you are or think you are.

    Dr. Helen is right. The laws are indeed awful. Refusing to play the marriage and family game is ONE OPTION. It is certainly a wise option depending on your circumstances and conscience. It is better not to marry for the sake of the kingdom. Getting married and having a family is ALSO an option, in spite of the laws.

    All of us men – married or unmarried – need to work together to change the System which is increasingly used to enslave us.

  69. Dota says:

    I wish we had someone like Tucker Carlson in Canada. I’m so tired of the Neo-Liberal shills in the our so called conservative party. Our government has whored out our economy to the Chinese under the guise of “free market principles” while ordinary Canadians get priced out of the housing market. The Chinese meanwhile make it every bit as difficult for foreigners to live and own property in China. Mass immigration and feminism are the 2 horns of Satan.

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  71. Spike says:
    January 5, 2019 at 4:45 am
    “…You can’t be accused of sexual misconduct at the office Christmas Party, for instance, if you’re not there.”

    Yes, you can. Especially if (in addition to being a man) you’re a member of a group that either the feminists, Leftists, or Democrats hate or disagree with, or you’re simply an impediment to their goals.
    Remember Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh? Remember his accuser, who couldn’t remember where the party where the supposed ‘rape’ took place, or when, or how she got there, or who she was with? The only thing that she ‘remembered’ was that she was ‘raped, and Brett Kavanaugh did it.
    People like her have the attitude of ‘Only the accusation matters. Innocence has nothing to do with it.’
    Well, people like her who make false accusations like these (which are later proven to be false) need to punished (via mandatory laws) as severely as possible.

  72. ray says:

    Bryce Sharper —

    I like Tucker he does a good job with most areas. He suffers from Adam’s Sin as do all men. How much he suffers is up to him.

    I wish Tucker and his family well, he did good with the Man Week thing, but I want more, and worse than that so does God.

    As in

    ‘All of us men – married or unmarried – need to work together to change the System which is increasingly used to enslave us.’

    Perhaps not fair to dump it all on Tucker so I’ll name FOX too. You call yourself Fair and Balanced let’s see it.

  73. ys says:

    Some people here are the worst. No wonder we lose.
    Tucker makes good progress, says good things on a widely-watched program, and all (((Ray))) and others here can say is, “Not good enough.” “just talk.”
    No wonder we lose.

  74. Paul says:

    I took the time to watch the full Tucker video, it’s an excellent take on current society and its politicians, and a plea for politician to focus on families first and shift from focus on economic growth only, to focus on growth of happiness.

    Well done Tucker!

  75. Red Pill Wisdom,

    Remember Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh? Remember his accuser, who couldn’t remember where the party where the supposed ‘rape’ took place, or when, or how she got there, or who she was with? The only thing that she ‘remembered’ was that she was ‘raped, and Brett Kavanaugh did it. People like her have the attitude of ‘Only the accusation matters. Innocence has nothing to do with it

    I would have agreed with you if (and only if) she succeeded in her plan to destroy a man whom she sees as nothing more than an enemy to feminism. She failed. Cooler heads prevailed. But we’ve lost ground because half (well really ALL) of the democrats should have sided with Kavanaugh the way 8 of them sided with Thomas after listening to Anita Hill make a public fool of herself..’

  76. ray says:

    ys —

    “Tucker makes good progress, says good things on a widely-watched program, and all (((Ray))) and others here can say is, “Not good enough.” “just talk.”
    No wonder we lose.”

    Wah. Ray won’t (((hate the Joos))) like me and Teddie and The Group do, and that’s why ‘we’ lose, so I’m gonna follow him around the internet and harass him until he changes his mind and goes along with what we want. Like a good Christian should. Wah.

    WAAAAAAHH!! Have you done what I demand yet, Ray? No? Ok then, you asked for it, WAAAAAAAAHHHHH!!

  77. BillyS says:

    You are an idiot Ray. So is ys for that matter, but you have to prove you won’t be left behind in that area!

  78. ys says:

    I am no idiot, you’ll have to indulge me a little Sunday evening fun.
    I put (((Ray))) because I knew it would get under his goat. I don’t think I have done it to ((anyone))) else…I was hoping to get challenged to a fight in person by Ray, because it’s hilarious that he does that.
    The other stuff I said was the serious, true feelings part. Tucker is doing awesome stuff. I know several regular viewers, and he is moving them down the line, well, and slowly. He is reviled by middle-of-the-road “conservatives” (or is it (((conservatives)))..you do you). These are signs that he is saying good things.
    Yet if he doesn’t call for the whole system to be abolished in one day and spend 60 minutes on a Red Pill screed, he gets guff from some. Why we lose.

  79. ray says:

    BillyS –

    Waahhh! Ray won’t be what I want him to be. It is not fair.

    WAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH :O)

  80. ray says:

    ys —

    WAAH. Somebody come and help me. Somebody come and be on my side being mean to Ray because he won’t Hate the Joos. WuuuuuuaaaaWAAAAAAA! :O)

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  82. ys says:

    Ray-
    You totally misread my comment. I don’t need anyone on my side and I don’t hate Jews. But I know certain (((actions))) get under your skin. Come on, you’re supposed to challenge me to a fight. Like anybody who disrespects you on here.
    Among other things too, your working class worship is tedious and tiresome.

  83. Cane Caldo says:

    @ys

    Some people here are the worst. No wonder we lose.
    Tucker makes good progress, says good things on a widely-watched program, and all (((Ray))) and others here can say is, “Not good enough.” “just talk.”
    No wonder we lose.

    True words. Blogs are not enhanced by every commenter. Some of them are a detraction. There is this idea that we need to keep everyone who is sympathetic “on our side” because we need the numbers.

    But building a structure with weak components is a much worse idea than slowing down the build.

  84. ray says:

    Ooh! Big Man Cane Caldo finally gets an opening to lobby for my removal. At last.

    You’re a real Braveheart, Cane. Standing tall and alone! :O)

    Hey Cane seen Abel lately?

  85. Dalrock says:

    FYI, I’ve moved ChristianCool from the moderation list to the blacklist. I couldn’t keep up with policing his very frequent, very long comments.

  86. ys says:

    Cane-
    Not sure if you are totally agreeing with me or not but either way you have a solid point.

  87. BillyS says:

    Good idea Dalrock. I wonder if he was just a troll in reality. The problem was that he matched too much of the thinking of some today. We live in a very messed up society, even among Christians.

  88. Cane Caldo says:

    @ys

    I agreed with you 100%.

  89. American says:

    I haven’t followed ChristianCool’s posts so I’m not familiar with his posting problem; however, the one from January 4, 2019 at 2:50 pm was really good.

  90. Sharkly says:

    Ask not for whom the ban-hammer cometh. It cometh for thee.

  91. ys says:

    All good Cane.
    I wondered because someone could your same argument in the different direction against Carlson.

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  95. Uncle Squid says:

    A common theme I’m seeing here is the lack of incentive for men to marry or to work hard to signal provider status. But let’s not forget the men who do have these incentives, but whose work has produced no fruit. Or whose work has produced fruit only to have that fruit stolen from them.

    Does anyone really think that the myriad of betas getting divorced raped in our courts, losing their children and their livelihood in the process, were disincentivized to signal provider status? Quite the opposite from the look of things or we collectively wouldn’t be here to begin with.

    Whether they have been duped or not, these men were well motivated. They earned degrees that never led to jobs or livelihood. They served their country only to meet collective disrespect from the nations that they served. They invested in careers which went nowhere and gave them nothing to fall back on, despite their years of loyalty. They made it to potential beta bucks status but could never manage to land the alpha widow that was going to divorce rape them if they had married. There are still many who would love more than anything to signal provider status, but all the work they’ve put in to that end has never been enough and never will be. It’s the “lucky” ones who make it far enough to get divorce raped.

    Folks like Tucker Carlson and Dr. Helen are half right. But even they don’t know how bad it really is. There’s still a hole lot of rabbit hole left for them to go down.

  96. Opus says:

    My latest theory – which might as well go here as anywhere else – goes like this: The reason America has the type of problems it has is because whatever America is it is not really a nation. A nation is made of families inter-linked together where ultimately everyone has the same Great to the power of n Grandparents. Those now living in such a place are all no matter how distantly related, cousins of each other. An Island like Britain where God provided not merely a Big Beautiful Wall but with the aid of the world’s best navy an insurmountable moat bred exclusively amongst its inhabitants since time immemorial is a nation. America started well – and then let in people who were not related; this could only lead to distrust and tribalism and was not the preferred option of No.4 Jefferson for enlarging the population.

    This will doubtless offend everyone reading here but my logic is infallible yet when wandering around the countryside of your beautiful state of Maryland I was invited by an elderly lady into her farm house and shown her scrapbook of her ancestors origins from I seem to recall Oxfordshire. I sensed a bond (much as I do when I meet Ozzies, Kiwis, Cannucks and sometimes South Africans). These, I think, are my people; I can relax my guard. we have the same R1b1b2 genes.

  97. Sharkly says:

    Opus says: This will doubtless offend everyone reading…

    LOL Opus, my boy! If you want to learn to offend people, you’ll need to take lessons from a real Mericun.

    I think what you’re trying to say is that America is not a puree or a true melting pot, but more of a stew pot containing chunks that are still clearly potato, carrot, beef, or Etc. The juices stew together, but their remains many different textures and flavors still.

    https://proxy.duckduckgo.com/iu/?u=http%3A%2F%2Fstatic.boredpanda.com%2Fblog%2Fwp-content%2Fuploads%2F2016%2F12%2Ffunny-donald-trump-queen-elizabeth-photohop-trumpqueen-47-584a76738fa44__700.jpg&f=1

    LOL, Trump-Queen is always funny

  98. Sharkly says:

    Doh! Since I screwed up the link, I’ll have to try to give you a few more.




  99. Sharkly says:

    Doh! I must not be allowed to post photos anymore, or I’m doing it wrong again.
    No more porn for you!

  100. PokeSalad says:

    LOL, Trump-Queen is always funny

    What is that supposed to signify?

  101. Sharkly says:

    No significance, just funny to me. That is all.

    However I might agree that our stew has been poorly managed by the cooks(crooks) in Washington DC. Some kid, standing just south of the pot, is allowed to keep throwing raw asparagus into the stew when we’ve already got enough asparagus in the stew, that it is starting to taste like shit. I’m not saying that asparagus is bad, even when cooked right, just that if I wanted to eat asparagus, I’d go to an asparagus restaurant. But now my stew is becoming asparagus casserole, and I’m not sure how popular that will be when people “vote with their feet”. I’d love to leave, and avoid the wrath to come, if there was a better place to leave to. Let me know if you know of one.

  102. Sharkly says:

    Maybe I shouldn’t post after drinking. My satellite internet antenna has ice on it, and it just lost a real doozy of a post with some stream of consciousness rant about term limits for career “ministers”. I lack the will to try to recreate it again, but maybe it is for the best.

  103. Sharkly says:

    I’m not saying that a real minister of God’s word, needs to be limited, just that a stand up comedian needs to move on to a new club once everybody has heard all his jokes. Just sayin’! And I think real ministers of God’s word are scarcer than hen’s teeth. God calls for grave men. We get clowns & jesters.

  104. feeriker says:

    …I think real ministers of God’s word are scarcer than hen’s teeth. God calls for grave men. We get clowns & jesters.

    The word calls is the key here. The ministry is a calling, not a profession, which is, unfortunately for the Christian faith, the way that too many men view it. It’s obvious from their behavior and attitudes that 99 percent of these losers were NOT called by God to teach and lead. Instead they decided of their own volition to pursue it as a full-time gig because … well, they aren’t really capable of doing anything productive and useful in the real world. The title of “pastor” enables them to have some authority and influence over people who would otherwise ignore them and never give them the time of day, however limited that authority and influence.*

    (* the only other alternative is to become a cop, but most of these effeminate momma’s boys would be eaten alive in porkademy training, so they choose Bible college/seminary instead)

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