DC McAllister swarmed by ugly feminists, fired by The Federalist.

Update:  Moderation is now off.

I’m late coming to this story and don’t have time to do a proper write up on this (I’ll be turning on moderation tonight). But see this story for an introduction and what looks like a screenshot of the tweet that started it all. I can’t find the original tweet, so I suspect she has since deleted it*.

In a nutshell:

  1. McAllister tweeted about an interaction she had with her husband while he was watching a ballgame.  Her husband has game.  She reacted to him with a quiet and gentle spirit, and brought him a beer.
  2. Ugly feminists shrieked in horror at the thought of a woman not being an ugly feminist, and accused her husband of being abusive.  One ugly feminist responded by declaring that being called woman and bringing her husband a beer was “A fate worse than death”.
  3. A gay journalist jumped in on the criticism of her and her husband (see below), and as a result of the exchange McAllister was fired.

Check out her twitter feed as well:

*Edit: This tweet from the gay journalist includes a screencap of her original tweet:

 

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194 Responses to DC McAllister swarmed by ugly feminists, fired by The Federalist.

  1. I wish I had subscribed to The Federalist so I could cancel it now. Cowards.

  2. Anonymous Reader says:

    Based on the information given, this merely verifies my opinion of The Federalist.

  3. thedeti says:

    I dunno Dalrock. It doesn’t look to me like she was fired because ugly feminists complained at her for not being an ugly feminist. It looks like she was fired for coming full bore after the gay man with some pretty incendiary rhetoric.

    McAllister tweeted:

    “I think @yashar has a crush on me. Maybe I’m making him doubt his love of penis,”

    “Oh so sad. @yashar is lost. He doesn’t know his purpose as a man. He doesn’t know his purpose as a human being. He doesn’t know his purpose as an Individual. So he wallows and tries to find himself in another man’s asshole. Sad”

    Everyone should know that by now, homosexuals are immune from criticism. But this went beyond criticism and into name-calling. She should have simply ignored this man. She should also have known this is the go to tactic of SJWs. They expose anything crappy that you say, doxx you, complain to your employers (even if it’s a conservative publication), and they fire you because they don’t want to appear “intolerant” and “hateful”.

    So even if you really feel this way, you can’t say graphic things like this about homosexual conduct. Even if you think it’s true. Unless you are Ann Coulter. And every conservababe tweeting, posting and writing nowadays tries to model herself after Coulter. (Ann Coulter is a lawyer and conservababe writer, one of the best out there, tall, blonde, fit, attractive, has a wit so caustic its pH is around 2.3, and can rip an opponent a new rhetorical one faster than you’ll even know it happened. She is a polemic grandmaster, and few do it better. She has also been at this for more than 20 years, long enough to survive enough slings and arrows that she’s practically SJW-proof.)

    McAllister, I know Ann Coulter, I’ve read her writings and seen her engage opponents. You’re no Ann Coulter.

  4. Paradoxically, Ben Shapiro and co booting her over this is the gayest thing about this whole exchange.

  5. The Question says:

    I agree with Deti. She made a Pickett’s Charge attack against a protected class on ground of his choosing. He can say anything he wants about her and her husband, but he and others like him cannot be touched.

    Amos 5:13 is a good verse for people to consider at this point.

  6. Also, every time I see “clap back” my eyes register it as “I have a barren womb”.

  7. thedeti says:

    Also, Coulter is a country club Republican. Though she talks conservatism and is one of its most vociferous and passionate proponents, and one of modern liberalism’s most vicious attackers, she doesn’t really live the conservatism she preaches. She is not a traditional conservative and has never lived as one. She has worked her entire life. Cornell Law, clerked for a US Court of Appeals judge out of school. A clerkship for a US Court of Appeals judge is an excellent plum job, after which you can write your own ticket. It’s one of the best jobs a newly minted lawyer can get.
    Only the very best or well connected students get those jobs.) She got out of practicing law, then worked for a congressional committee for a while, then got into writing. That led to the very lucrative conservative commentator/talking head gigs and a weekly syndicated column. She is the true “Strong Independent Woman”.

    Coulter has been engaged several times, but has never married and has no children. She has had some high profile relationships with some famous men, including Bob Guccione Jr. (namesake of his father, the Penthouse magazine publisher), Dinesh D’Souza, and Andrew Stein, president of the New York City Council, and a liberal democrat. She favors 60s and 70s style “hippie” music.

    So she very much touts conservatism; but lives very much as a moderate/liberal. In that vein she closely reflects the zeitgeist of modern conservatism: Fiscal conservatism, against the nutcase far left, but privately, having intimate personal relationships outside marriage, and flitting from one relationship to another.

  8. feministhater says:

    Should we get you two a room, Deti?

  9. Hippopotamusdrome says:

    One ugly feminist responded by declaring that being called woman and bringing her husband a beer was “A fate worse than death”.

    She is Dana Schwartz, co author (with Jason Katzenstein) of The White Man’s Guide to White Male Writers of the Western Canon

  10. feministhater says:

    One ugly feminist responded by declaring that being called woman and bringing her husband a beer was “A fate worse than death”.

    Okay, for what it’s worth, I found this hilarious! I’m more than happy for feminists to die instead of bring their husbands a beer. Oh the humanity!

  11. thedeti says:

    FemHater, what are you talking about?

  12. Cane Caldo says:

    @theDeti

    Sodomites can be ugly feminists, too.

  13. 7817 says:

    It’s too bad she apologized to Shapiro.

    Her deleted tweet is pretty harsh rhetoric, where’s the problem though? We can’t be bowing the knee to the lavender mafia.

    Conversely, the way people treated Milo on the right was better I think. He was appreciated for the good things he did, not for his degeneracy.

  14. feministhater says:

    Your admiration of Ann Coulter, Deti.

  15. seventiesjason says:

    A woman bringing her husband a beer doesn’t mean “he has game” it means they have a respectful relationship. He didn’t spend weeks watching podcasts on how to get his wife to do things, and be alpha.

    She brought him a beer. Game had nothing to do with it. My dad when my mother was sick took care of her. My mom made my father dinner every night. It’s called being a relationship.

  16. thedeti says:

    Cane:

    Sodomites can be ugly feminists, too.

    Yes, but that will be lost on most people outside the sphere. And McAllister attacked him not for being an ugly feminist, but for being a sodomite, and in a quite graphic way that’s deeply offensive to pearl clutching country club Republican The Federalist readers.

  17. thedeti says:

    Jason:

    Being able to say anything like “Come on wife don’t bother me right now, the game is on” to your wife indicates having some game and some frame.

    In 2019 America, if your wife respects you and doesn’t treat you like total shit, you have game and frame. Being in a relationship with a woman in which you aren’t a total slave requires having some game and frame.

  18. feministhater says:

    vfm should read the comments associated with the link provided by Dalrock. It will be illuminating to him on those women view men who act in the way McAllister’s husband did.

    What he said is seen as abuse. You don’t have to take my word for it, go and read those comments, I dare you.

  19. thedeti says:

    FemHater:

    I like Coulter mainly for her writing, her longevity, and passionate defense of constitutional conservatism. That doesn’t blind me to the fact that she very much has lived the life of a modern professional liberal woman – without the encumbrances of home, husband and family; going to the best wine and brie parties in DC and NY, hobnobbing with the political elite on both sides of the aisle (and dating some of them), and earning an extravagant living while doing it.

  20. ZJay says:

    The Question “I agree with Deti. She made a Pickett’s Charge attack against a protected class on ground of his choosing. He can say anything he wants about her and her husband, but he and others like him cannot be touched.

    Amos 5:13 is a good verse for people to consider at this point.”

    EXACTLY had she kept quiet and let it roll off her back, like it appeared she was doing with the women commenters, this probably would have fizzled out.

    Lesson for us all. IF you must use social media, do so with the utmost care and if you make a post that results in a negative backlash or a personal attack against you (or even a loved one) NEVER RESPOND, NEVER ENGAGE.

    Best options are to ignore and let it burn out, or delete (never truly possible) the post/conversation, and preferably get off social media, unless its absolutely needed for your business/brand.

  21. feministhater says:

    Deti, it was meant as a joke.

    I don’t find her particularly attractive. Her voice isn’t feminine, it grates on my nerves..

    However, I agree with you, she has not lived the life of a real conservative woman but rather one who fully partook of the freedom given to her by feminists. She is a 2nd wave feminist through and through.

  22. thedeti says:

    ZJ

    It is never a good idea to discuss politics on social media. Ever. First off it’s a huge time suck. Second, if you’re any kind of public figure, whatever you say on social media will never ever go away. My firm has policies on how its employees are to conduct themselves on social media for this very reason.

  23. seventiesjason says:

    Ummm…..no Deti you guys make any man who requests anything to his wife or any woman and she complies it means it is a man who has game. I asked my secretary to take notes during a meeting this morning with me. She complied. She doesn’t have to do this, she is not an executive secretary…..she had duties to fulfill at the desk. She did this for me because she actually respects the work I do. I have zero Game (she doesn’t want to get naked with me), and I have no Frame (she just wants to the property to succeed like I do). Calling this man’s behavior Game is really cheapening it to a level that even I though it could not plummet to

  24. TheWanderer says:

    I think what the commenters on boredpanda are most offended about, is a woman daring to be a biblical wife. Women aren’t born that way, “someone trained her really good”

    Most wreaked of this sentiment”
    “The fact that she’s sees her relationship with her husband as a “woman’s role” is the problem. Someone trained her really good do be subservient to men. Many people in these relationships have missed the point of what love is. It’s not about give and take. It’s not about his role and her role (or his role and his role.) It’s about mutual respect. There is no superiority in a relationship. There is no submissiveness.”

    No submissiveness, just two strong independent wills, battling it out till society convinces the wife she is “abused”. Bunch of social engineers, or just incredibly ignorant…

  25. Lexet Blog says:

    If you think any DC based institution is actually “conservative,” you haven’t worked with one or been to DC.

    None of them truly support acting on the values they purportedly espouse. Those words are mere dogwhistles for fundraising, nothing else.

    Ask yourself: has the right wing ever accomplished anything?

  26. Hippopotamusdrome says:

    @thedeti

    coming full bore after the gay man with some pretty incendiary rhetoric

    Woman tweets about a mundane, innocuous.act and is dogpiled by thousands of SJWs’ mean tweets:

    “A fate worse than death”
    “dry heave so hard my stomach will come out of my mouth”
    “Stepford Wife shit”
    “made me dry heave”
    “This is like my nightmare”
    “consentual kink”
    “That’s bilious waste”
    “GROSS”

    But she can’t answer in kind?

  27. Cane Caldo says:

    In today’s weirdo sporting news: It was another loss for the Western Civ conference when the Sodomites left the Mi’ladies scoreless in front of literally dozens of fans.

  28. 7817 says:

    In 2019 America, if your wife respects you and doesn’t treat you like total shit, you have game and frame. Being in a relationship with a woman in which you aren’t a total slave requires having some game and frame.

    Right, and churches that don’t preach submission to the women in their churches are left with no tools to help the men preserve their families. I’m not saying the church should preach game, but Christian men can turn to it in the absence of churches preaching the truth in this area. It’s an individually applied bandage for the corporate disease of feminism.

    Jason just because you can’t see or accept the existence of xrays doesn’t mean they don’t exist. They don’t need your acknowledgement or understanding, just as Game exists whether any of us likes or utilizes it. It is an observable phenomenon.

  29. feministhater says:

    Ask yourself: has the right wing ever accomplished anything?

    Once you realise that the conservatives of today are merely the liberals of yesterday, you begin to see that they’re only interested in ‘conserving’ the freedoms they were given when they were younger and not real conservatism.

    In twenty years, Conservatism will be protecting the right of gays and lesbians to get married as a cornerstone of American Constitutionalism and decrying heterosexual relationships as abnormal.

  30. thedeti says:

    Hippo:

    She can answer the ugly feminists.

    She CANNOT, however, make graphic, gross references to sodomy. THAT is why she got fired and THAT is what got so many people up in arms.

    Country club Republicans, Shapiro, Domenech, etc.: They just want everyone to like them. And they can’t have their writers popping off on social media about homosexual men’s penises or men having anal sex with each other. Plus, everyone knows if some conservative writer says things like this, the SJW blogswarm will devour them like piranhas.

    Country club Republicans don’t care about what homosexual men do with each other. They know (kind of) what homosexual men do with each other. What offends them is when some third rate writer actually describes in a derogatory, intentionally offensive way, what homosexual men do with each other. And they don’t want people knowing that, way deep down, they kind of sort of agree with McAllister, but don’t have the guts to put their lives and careers on the line to say it.

    I wouldn’t be surprised if McAllister has to move herself and her family to an undisclosed location until all this blows over.

  31. 7817 says:

    Calling this man’s behavior Game is really cheapening it to a level that even I though it could not plummet to

    Keep sobbing and bawling, surely it will get you respect this time.

  32. Warthog says:

    DC McCallister’s tactical error was that she misread the rules. The PC rulz state that women may viciously humiliate men in public debate, and if the man calls foul, it only proves he is a whiner.

    However, she apparently did not read the fine print, which says, “Unless the woman is tradcon, and the man is LGBT, in which case, he is higher on the victim totem pole than she is.”

  33. Cloudbuster says:

    So bottom line, the Federalist is enemy territory now, I guess.

  34. JR says:

    My wife refuses to vote unless I go with her and tell her exactly what and who to vote for, item by item, standing next to her. I did NOT initiate this, she did. After 20+ years t=of the same voting precint, most already knew the routine, and everyone was ok with it. Then in 2016 a woman in the adjacent stall decided to question what we were doing. My wife’s response was such that the police was almost called. I understand that to even suggest ethnic characteristics makes one a racist these days,but my wife nd I are both Cuban born and raised naturalized Americans. My wife is 4’11” and the smaller the pepper the hotter it is. I totally understand the woman blowing up. A truly submissive wife is often fierce in her determination to remain submissive not to all men, but to her one husband. I am thoroughly blessed by having at my side a wife who DEMANDS that she be allowed to demonstrate obedience to me publicly. In an extreme and wrong way, it is often Islamic women who demand sharia. This is truly inconceivable to modern churchianity and feminists (same thing).I have 3 daughters, all are the same as their mother in this. They have seen our relationship and want it. My son is MGTOW, and I cannot blame him. Other than my daughters I know of no truly submissive young unmarried Christian woman, not one, not even close.

  35. Cane Caldo says:

    @thedeti

    She CANNOT, however, make graphic, gross references to sodomy. THAT is why she got fired and THAT is what got so many people up in arms.

    That is exactly right. There are no good words for bad behavior, and she broke the CONSERVATIVE rules against making sodomy sound like a bad behavior.

  36. Warthog says:

    Come to think of it, we could kind of see this as a win. A conservative woman thought she was entitled to humiliate a man’s penis in public because he was rude to her. Remember that the way a woman debates is by using ad hominem to make you feel bad, because whoever feels bad loses in woman-logic-land. The fact that he was a total degenerate doesn’t change the fact that it was highly unbecoming of a Christian woman to make below the belt shot like that on a man. That is not something that a Christian woman does. So, yeah, I’ll join the SJWs in throwing rotten eggs at her on this one.

  37. Anon says:

    Once you realise that the conservatives of today are merely the liberals of yesterday, you begin to see that they’re only interested in ‘conserving’ the freedoms they were given when they were younger and not real conservatism.

    It is even worse than that. Their entire reason for being is to go through a song and dance about token resistance, with the full intention of caving to the left. It is an ideology addicted to being a perpetual loser.

    Why would anyone want to associate with that?

    It is the job of leftists to create new problems. It is the job of cuckservatives to prevent those problems from being fixed.

  38. Dalrock says:

    @Warthog

    Come to think of it, we could kind of see this as a win.

    So, yeah, I’ll join the SJWs in throwing rotten eggs at her on this one.

    Conservatives the world over agree with you.

  39. thedeti says:

    Cane:

    The conservative rules against making sodomy sound like bad behavior are there because today’s flavor of “conservatives” don’t want to make waves, lose their jobs, or have a hundred SJWs picketing their houses. They don’t want local camera crews on their front lawns demanding comment. They don’t want their kids terrorized everywhere they go.

    They don’t want to have to go on a Michael Richards-style apology tour, after which you apologize, and despite your abject groveling, everyone still hates you and wants you to die a thousand painful deaths, and your career is still in tatters.

    But mostly, conservatives just want liberals to like them. They want to get invited onto the talk shows and to the hippest wine and brie parties.

    And conservatives don’t want to think about behavior that privately grosses them out but they know they can’t say that because of all that stuff up there. They know about that behavior. They know it goes on. They just don’t want to think about it, because that would require confronting people about it. And confronting people about it, and sin, is hard. It makes people not like you. It makes people stop tithing. It makes people stop coming to your church. It leads to ostracism and virtual gulags and unemployability and an inability to make a living.

  40. Some interesting posts about this, if you want to follow-up.

    Ilona at Bored Panda: Woman Gives A Lesson On How To Treat Your Husband While He’s Watching A Game, Gets Destroyed In The Comments – a collection of the tweets.

    Culture War: DC McAllister and Yashar Ali

    Follow-up: The Mob, the Internet, and the Culture War.

    Jon Del Arroz (leading hispanic in sci-fi): Another Right Wing Scalp Is Claimed…

    All interesting. But at best, just tactics. Wars are won by strategy, about which none of these people have a clue. They’re all talking defense.

    The question is not How Feminist Must We All Be? It’s about the unword, thoughtcrime: patriarchy. Nobody defends it. He told his wife not to talk to him during the game. She (unasked) brought him a beer. Chateau Heartist probably would say that is the best relationship. I agree. It’s game, the good kind. The only other alternative these days is a whip and chair.

    Larry

  41. Cloudbuster says:

    I really like the term a US Islamic scholar just used regarding the anti-gay laws in Brunei:

    “When rectum-sex enthusiasts are allowed to promote their gender-bending degeneracy openly, that deeply harms all of us,” he added.

    https://pjmedia.com/instapundit/326478/#respond

    “Rectum-sex afficionados.

    Clinical. Accurate. Brutal.

  42. Nick Mgtow says:

    Woman, you’ll be contestative, annoying, ungrateful, and shall never show respect and deference to your husband or let him have a peaceful mind. Instead, you have to embrace the feminist mantra. The man should serve you or please you, never the other way around.

  43. Anon says:

    thedeti,

    Though she talks conservatism and is one of its most vociferous and passionate proponents, and one of modern liberalism’s most vicious attackers, she doesn’t really live the conservatism she preaches. She is not a traditional conservative and has never lived as one.

    Of course. I have made this point for years.

    She is a New York City lawyer chick who never married and has no children.

    She has center-right ideology, but more than that, she knows how to be an actress to cater to a certain (cuckservative and White Trashionalist) audience. She makes money from them.

    She is not a leftist, since a leftist is incapable of pretending to be a non-leftist. But she is a center-right socially liberal person, who plays a certain theatrical role to sell to a particular audience of beta/omega males.

  44. Darwinian Arminian says:

    She got fired for this? Utterly pathetic. I used to listen to The Federalist’s podcast and I remember that they’d always close each episode by saying, “Be lovers of freedom, and anxious for the fray,” as a sort of institutional tagline. Now they’ll have to amend that to: Unless you’re feeling free to advocate for any of the principles that we claimed to support, and ended up in a fight that we never really wanted to have in the first place.

    What a joke. But no one should expect anything better from a “conservative” publication whose head honcho thought that it’d be a good idea to marry this:

    Ben Domenech, you sure know how to pick ’em.

  45. Figures the journalist who got her fired is a paperwork american.

  46. The Question says:

    The problem with “conservatives” or anyone center-right is they continue to engage in platforms that are controlled and maintained by the enemy expecting fair treatment. They’re like parents who get outraged when their 12 year old daughter is taught by her school to put condoms on cucumbers or teach sexual degeneracy to their son, but won’t pull the kid out and yet expect the school to reflect their values.

    I hear this all the time from people within my social circle who whine about this and that, and my question is always the same: What are you going to do about it?

    The answer is usually, well, no answer or response at all.

  47. Oscar says:

    @ The Question

    I agree with Deti. She made a Pickett’s Charge attack against a protected class on ground of his choosing. He can say anything he wants about her and her husband, but he and others like him cannot be touched.

    It’s even better than that. Ali is both gay, and a son of Iranian immigrants.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yashar_Ali

    That gives him double protection from criticism. I don’t know if he is, or was raised Muslim. He attended Holy Cross High School, so he may have been raised Christian. Had he been raised Muslim, he’d have triple protection from criticism. The only way he could upgrade his armor would be to declare himself “trans”.

  48. Anonymous Reader says:

    thedeti
    …pearl clutching country club Republican The Federalist readers.

    Very succinct and accurate. “Conservatives” haven’t conserved the little girls bathroom.

    We all know what the flipped script would look like as well.

  49. Oscar says:

    @ Cane Caldo

    She CANNOT, however, make graphic, gross references to sodomy. THAT is why she got fired and THAT is what got so many people up in arms. ~ thedeti

    That is exactly right. There are no good words for bad behavior, and she broke the CONSERVATIVE rules against making sodomy sound like a bad behavior. ~ Cane Caldo

    If a man lusts for other men’s penises and anuses, why is it wrong to point that out? If there really is nothing wrong with Ali’s lusts, then why is it wrong to accurately name them?

  50. I thought her responses to that gay journalist were vulgar and unhinged, totally unbecoming a serious public figure. I don’t blame The Federalist for dumping her. But if she is such a believer in traditional marriage, what does she need a career for anyway?

  51. Frank K says:

    This whole doxxing thing is completely out of hand. And yes, the “conservative movement” is gutless, a joke.

  52. Anon says:

    Figures the journalist who got her fired is a paperwork american.

    So you are excusing Ben Domenech, the person who actually made the decision, and who is married to Megatron McCain?

    This is very similar to how Race Trashionalists excuse Jack Dorsey for Twitter’s misdeeds, and instead focus their ire on the #5 executive who happens to be non-white.

    Race Trashionalists make everything worse by misdirecting blame and justice.

  53. Frank K says:

    The answer is usually, well, no answer or response at all.

    Well, of course they’ll do nothing. If they speak up they might lose their job or have SJW nut cases heckling you and your family in front of your home (and if you call the police, they won’t come).

    Yeah, you can home school the kids, but it won’t be long before the left bans homeschooling, on the grounds that it’s abusive or something. Meanwhile cuckservatives will shrug and fall back, while murmuring that the loyal opposition has a point about banning homeschooling.

  54. Anon says:

    The problem with “conservatives” or anyone center-right is they continue to engage in platforms that are controlled and maintained by the enemy expecting fair treatment.

    Even worse, they can’t create their own alternative media. Other than a few outlets (that are cuckservative anyway), the other 90% of the media is left-wing.

    What stops these morons from creating their own media network of equal power? They believe that they represent American ingenuity and spirit, don’t they? Apparently, they can’t even create a counter-media, despite their inflated belief in their own ‘exceptionalism’.

  55. Novaseeker says:

    McAllister’s mistake was forgetting that the fight about gay stuff (rights, acceptance, marriage) is done and dusted … the traditionalist side got smoked, period. Rolled. SSM is also now *popular* (majorities support it in virtually every state .. something like 45+ of the states), and of course we know how the polling looks on that by age. The issue is over, and the critics lost.

    So given that the issue has been lost, it is not permitted to say things like she did — even to say things milder like ‘yes that pseudo-marriage you’re in…’ or something like that is a no-go. You certainly can’t openly talk about actual sodomy. No-one will put up with that. That is a fact of life, it is a part of the new social order. You can say whatever you like, but some things will incur a substantial social penalty if said publicly, and that can include losing your livelihood, and yes conservatives will do that to you as well for the very same reason … it’s no longer accepted discourse on a set of issues that is now basically decided, socially.

    I agree with deti that the country club republican element is a part of this as well … people who may still be personally critical of homosexuality (although just as many of them personally aren’t and have personal friends who are gay) but who are uncomfortable with that being expressed publicly. It just isn’t accepted discourse because the issue is decided now culturally. It would be like openl[y expressing attitudes against miscegenation. Sure, you can do it, but you can also bet there would be major ramifications on your livelihood if you did publicly, because that issue is now socially and culturally decided (okay to be against privately or to avoid personally, not ok to speak against publicly — pretty much same as with gays now).

  56. Warthog says:

    @Dalrock “Conservatives the world over agree with you.”

    Yes, but for an entirely different reason. The betacucks are upset she was mean to a degenerate homo in public, and said things they are unwilling to say.

    I would say the issue is that even though she was 100% right, it is not the place of a woman to attack a man’s penis (or anything else) in public. Though, by attacking her first, he did invite it.

    I mean, in the Bible if a woman grabs a man’s member to save her husband from an assailant, she gets her hand cut off. A man’s member is sacred. Woman cannot touch it except in adoration.

  57. Red Pill Latecomer says:

    Anon: Their entire reason for being is to go through a song and dance about token resistance, with the full intention of caving to the left. It is an ideology addicted to being a perpetual loser.

    As evidenced by one of Dennis Prager’s recent columns: https://www.dennisprager.com/assume-the-left-lies-and-you-will-discover-the-truth-reflections-on-the-trump-russia-collusion-lie/

    Now, we all know trans women are not in fact women, that they are biologically men who regard themselves as women. And in private life, I have no problem treating trans women as women if they look and dress female and take on a female name. But it is completely unjust to have them compete against born females in sports. They are not in fact women; they consider themselves women despite the facts.

    Prager admits that trannies are men, but thinks we should treat them as women “in private life” (whatever that means).

    Actually, his “compromise” is impossible in a Leftist world. The Left says there are no male or female names, or ways of dressing, or looks. Men, women, trannies can all wear lipstick, or be named Buffalo Bill, or wear high heels or combat boots. So Prager can’t hold trannies to a “female dress” code because none exists.

  58. In terms of finding creative ways to lose your livelihood and put more burden on your husband, getting into a Twitter spat with SJW commenters is probably one of the dumbest things ever.

    McAllister lost her composure and self-control, and then got played like a fiddle by these douchebags.

    That’s dumb.

  59. TheTraveler says:

    @Anon

    They try. Then get destroyed. Remember the Twitter alternative? I can’t even remember its name. Rising fast, then…boom. Labeled “white supremacist” and that was the end.

    Breitbart is labeled “far right” in Wikipedia.

    A conservative organization was blocked from buying Newsweek out of bankruptcy some years ago.

    I, personally, have tried to do a great many things…usually blocked by the losers in power in the “conservative movement” (i.e., the Conservative Grievance Industry, the Right Wing version of Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson.)

    The problem goes far deeper than “what we’redoing wrong.” We just can’t seem to win no matter what: inexplicable defeats; an enemy with boundless power, reach, resources, and energy who always seems to win, and good old fashioned treachery. The Almighty has put evil on an extremely long leash.

  60. Anon says:

    RPL,

    Prager admits that trannies are men, but thinks we should treat them as women “in private life” (whatever that means).

    Cuckservatives like Prager are PREPARING for the day (pretty soon) when they shame XY men for not marrying an MtF XY trans.

    That has been discussed on this blog before. I suspect this will happen as soon as 2021-22.

    Mark my words – ‘pro-marriage’ cuckservatives will openly shame XY men who are unwilling to marry ‘women’ who are MtF XY transgenders. Then the cucks will gloat about how much they are preserving marriage.

    Related :

    One of Jeffrey Tambor;s #MeToo accusers is an MtF trans. I highly doubt that any heterosexual man gropes an MtF trans on account of arousal (assuming Tambor is fully hetero). Yet, the accusation is being treated as legit.

  61. thedeti says:

    Warthog:

    This isn’t a win. Because McAllister stupidly attacked a gay man on an issue that has already been litigated and lost, the SJWs and conservatives ganged up on her and destroyed her. Not only is this not a win, they both ate her lunch and then some. In my view McAllister should have known better than to say gross and offensive things about gay men, penises and anuses, particularly in today’s zeitgeist where the “gay question” has already been decided in favor of liberals, moderates and SJWs.

    Her tonedeafness on today’s zeitgeist about gay stuff is why she lost her job. Not because ugly feminists lost their marbles over McAllister’s deference to her husband while he was watching a sports event on TV. Hell, even 30 years ago when I was a young adult and long, long before Obergefell, you just did not, in any way, in polite company talk about gay sex. Everyone knows there are gay men. Everyone knows they have sex with each other. Everyone knows, in the vaguest of terms, what kinds of sex they have together. If you’re so inclined you can watch videos of gay porn to see for yourself what they do.

    That said, no one, not even the most virulent conservative critics of homosexuals, talked in graphic terms about that sex, what they do, and how they do it. And you certainly did not ever attack someone with it. Because even people on your own side will be horrified at it. Not that people do it; but that you’re talking about it and criticizing others for doing it.

    To me, that’s what this whole kerfuffle is about.

  62. Red Pill Latecomer says:

    Anon, Jack Dorsey ceded control of Twitter to the ADL in 2016: https://www.adl.org/news/press-releases/adl-welcomes-establishment-of-twitter-trust-safety-council#.Vr0qF_IrJWI

    I assume that Dorsey grew tired of the constant pressure he must have been getting behind the scenes from the ADL, SPLC, and other SJWs.

  63. Badman says:

    Deti is right, and Dalrock’s analysis is a bit misleading—the graphic attack on the homosexual was the catalyst for her firing, not the non-feminist original tweet.

    But I was scared we lost Deti for a moment with his gushing praise of Ann Coulter. Ann Coulter is not our friend—she is a nasty, aggressive career woman who has shunned the role of a gentle-spirited wife and mother. We may agree with her from time to time, and she can be somewhat useful as our enemy’s enemy, but she is an anti-role model for today’s girls.

    Deti assuaged my fears with his subsequent spot-on comments about this situation. As Tucker Carlson said the other day, conservatives will do anything to not be unpopular, and in this instance we see that this includes tacitly accepting homosexuality.

  64. 7817 says:

    Sheesh. If we won’t defend McAllister for this, when all that it takes is words of support, who would we defend?

    I don’t know anything about the woman, but in this case she was right, and no way would I say she got what she deserved for saying what was right, about her husband, and even the retort to Yashar.

    Do you guys realize we have to start taking care of the people on our side? At the very least don’t abandon someone just because they get attacked, or blame them because “it’s their fault.”

    At minimum, anyone who cares about other Christians or even just other people who love America has to have their back enough to not publicly disown them at the drop of a hat. Even if they did something stupid, we have to be loyal. We’re not seriously going to let the left be more loyal than us I hope.

  65. Ray6777 says:

    Muslim parents in the UK pushed back against the LGBT agenda in schools. Muslims are in the “oppressed” category so they can fight back without getting destroyed.

    .https://www.foxnews.com/world/hundreds-of-muslim-parents-protest-school-in-britain-over-lgbt-curriculum

  66. thedeti says:

    And, after reading my 3:36 pm comment, and reviewing it more carefully, that’s the problem, isn’t it? Conservatives, and Christians, calling out sin, and then being shouted down, and personally and professionally destroyed. Thereafter they’re sent to virtual gulags where they are deemed unemployable, deprived of the ability to earn a living, treated as personally and professionally radioactive, ostracized, isolated, and reduced to pariah status.

    When you call out sin, this is what happens to you. When you call wrong behavior wrong, this is what happens to you.

    When you even so much as confront a woman on her sins against her husband, this is what happens to you. The women band together and leave the church, deprive it of volunteer time and tithe money, and bankrupt it. They shriek and scream to church leadership about the mean evil men who called this sweet little woman names. They shriek and scream to local media. They write social media posts and some of them go viral.

    Articles about the posts show up on msn.com and online news media outlets. “Local woman refuses tip to rude waitress; leaves long screed of advice, waitress outraged, used credit card info to identify local woman and report her to her employer for being so mean.” “Local man won’t date transwoman, says not attracted, causes firestorm in the burbs.” “Local congregation refuses communion to divorced woman/pro-abortion state rep, uproar ensues.” “Outspoken conservative county clerk/justice of the peace says gays are going to hell; recall election scheduled.”

    It’s so UNFAIR. They’re so MEAN. They must be destroyed.

    That’s the world we live in now.

  67. feministhater says:

    Sheesh. If we won’t defend McAllister for this, when all that it takes is words of support, who would we defend?

    I think you’re missing the point of Deti’s and others analysis. It isn’t that they don’t support her, it’s that they’re pointing out she wasn’t fired because feminists got angry and bitter about her being a proper wife and mother but rather because she spoke badly of a gay man, more especially of gay sex itself and in tones that were upsetting to their fragile ears.

    They’re not defending her firing. They’re pointing out the underlying reason.

  68. feministhater says:

    In terms of finding creative ways to lose your livelihood and put more burden on your husband, getting into a Twitter spat with SJW commenters is probably one of the dumbest things ever.

    If she were clever, she would have instead posted a picture of her giving her husband yet another beer, with both of them smiling towards the camera smirking and giving the middle finger… that would have set the feminists ablaze.

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  70. Red Pill Latecomer says:

    This isn’t a win. Because McAllister stupidly attacked a gay man on an issue that has already been litigated and lost … Her tonedeafness on today’s zeitgeist about gay stuff is why she lost her job.

    She did the right thing. Wrong time and place, perhaps. Foolhardy, perhaps. But the the right thing.

    Yes, the gay battle was lost. But if we’re ever to roll back the cultural Left, we’ll eventually have to re-fight battles that were lost in previous years. And that will require martyrs.

    When she spoke out, others who think that way suddenly realized, “Hey, I’m not alone.” And when she was fired, it further exposed fake conservativism. So she’s a martyr, however inadvertent.

  71. thedeti says:

    Dalrock has described this phenomenon previously. It is conservatives and feminists banding together to exploit and destroy men. Conservatives hold men down while feminists rip from those men their wallets, checkbooks, watches, rings and anything else they have of any value. “We’ll hold them down while you rob them!”

    What happened here is something of a variation on that. Feminists attack; and country club conservatives held McAllister down while feminists kicked and punched her.

  72. Opus says:

    Of course her first mistake apart from tweeting anything was rubbing the noses of members of her own sex in the fact that she had a successful marriage and by implication that they did not. Then she forgot the correct pecking order of the nouveaux aristocracy of pre-designated victims. This is what happens when a country eschews the natural order and abolishes all distinctions of class – a new aristocracy arises.

    I have always found that should – say – one invite a young woman to ones home, that one only has to turn ones back for a minute, or pop out for a loaf of bread to discover on ones return that the said woman will be found cleaning, tidying and cooking. They never ask permission and if left longer will attempt the ironing too and of course one has no sane objection. Why is it that so many American women seem to be in a race-to-the-bottom to demonstrate that any form of natural feeling or marital happiness is a form of moral turpitude akin to murder or sexual abuse of a minor?

    Still I love it when like the boy and the new suit of raiment of the Emperor says to her ‘gay’ friend exactly whatever everyone really thinks – mistake however to apologise as one only digs a deeper hole

  73. Will S. says:

    Her firing from the Federalist may be about more than just this…

    A couple or few weeks ago or so, D.C. had some kind of twitter confrontation with Meghan McCain, who is married to Ben Domenech, head honcho at the Federalist.

    Doubtless they were waiting for an excuse…

    This provided one.

  74. Red Pill Latecomer says:

    According to Wikipedia, Domenech is a plagiarist:

    In March 2006, Domenech was named as a blogger for The Washington Post, where he would write from the conservative point of view.

    But only three days after his appointment, on March 21, 2006, Domenech resigned his position, when evidence surfaced that he had earlier plagiarized work that had originally appeared in The New Yorker, The Washington Post, the National Review, and other publications.

    The Post said it did not know about his plagiarism when the newspaper hired him.

    Jim Brady, the-then executive editor of Washingtonpost.com, said he would have fired Domenech had he not first offered to quit, because the allegations of plagiarism made it necessary to “sever the relationship.”

  75. seventiesjason says:

    Coulter isn’t our friend, evidently Jordan Peterson is evidently a spokesmouth for the left (prior convo on another topic), The Fedralist isn’t conservative, no journalist claiming to be a conservative actually is…….evangelical-american-protestant-Christianity is feminist, a woman just bringing her husband a beer now equals that man having “Game and Frame” (what would we classify a man actually defending his family, church, community and faith???????? Do we call this man ‘god’ now????)

    This media is feminist, that media is feminist, a pastor that says “love your wife” is sold out to feminism, another thinker calls for “asking God for guidance to be a man” and he’s a feminist….

    What do you men want? Forget about women being “denied” the vote, that won’t happen. And, do you *forbid* your wives to vote because you are real, tough “alpha” guys? Do you punish her with teasing because she didn’t bring you the cold beer right away?

    What do you want? I keep hearing “biblical, biblical, biblical” but few of you are a far shining example of what I would want to be in a Christian husband. I have not really been inspired as a man to the likes of “let me strive to learn from this man, or that man”

    I get mostly negs, sardonic sarcastic replies……the usual holdings of the teachings of Roosh, Rollo, and few others over The Bible…….Christian responses only when it is made to make you look ‘holy’

    I am speaking not to flame, but to really make you think.

    So is it hopeless? Nothing will change until a reset, and then you all will “rebuild” society? Are we supposed to be bringing the lost in to repent and confront our sins and grow? Learn? Are we supposed to be be “watchful” and “ready”? Are we to be of Christ and actually have some humility, grace, and peace to our fellow brothers? Did the Savior punch evildoers in the mouth? Wave a finger and send them to the infernal regions? Did he demand “audience” with the Caesar and want to “demand to let His people worship as they please and release them from oppressive Roman rule, taxes, and paganism?”

    Should we not be just a little more concerned with fighting sin, uplifting and helping each other through these indeed end-times instead of again talking about “femimism, femimism, and how all conservatives are actually feminist, and the only hope is the men on a small chat forum on wordpress?”

  76. Oscar says:

    @ TheTraveler

    They try. Then get destroyed. Remember the Twitter alternative? I can’t even remember its name. Rising fast, then…boom. Labeled “white supremacist” and that was the end.

    Gab is still around.

    https://gab.com/

    So is Minds.

    https://www.minds.com/

    So is MeWe.

    https://mewe.com/

    So is Bit Chute.

    https://www.bitchute.com/

  77. Will S. says:

    Now I remember; it was about D.C. criticizing the View, which got Meghan McCain pissed:

  78. Will S. says:

    Whatever. It’s just a soap opera; like high school, all over again…

  79. Oscar says:

    @ seventiesjason

    … few of you are a far shining example of what I would want to be in a Christian husband. I have not really been inspired as a man to the likes of “let me strive to learn from this man, or that man”
    ………
    Should we not be just a little more concerned with fighting sin, uplifting and helping each other through these indeed end-times instead of again talking about “femimism, femimism, and how all conservatives are actually feminist, and the only hope is the men on a small chat forum on wordpress?”

    No one is stopping you from doing what you think should be done. By all means, please feel free to show the rest of us how it’s done.

  80. Anon says:

    Oscar,

    Don’t feed the troll. His greatest fear is a loss of attention.

  81. seventiesjason says:

    Osacr…I won’t fall into this trap with you again….you are the Christian that will tell a man “oh…you think you are so smart, why don’t you tell us / show us”

    Well, I did in a previous thread, and I was accused of being a braggart, “oh he thinks he’s better than us” attitude, the rest of the peanut gallery here chimed in, and it moved away from the topic at hand, and turned into a congressional hearing of who said what, exactly, and where, and when….and wording better be 1 billion percent accurate or you are a liar. Also, clipping fragments from statements statements by me and twisting them into mean something different is something my little Cub Scouts would do…….

    You guys all have the 150 IQ here. Heck, you’re an engineer, military officer…….you have me beat by a long shot. Talk to me like a man who isn’t as amazing as you are, and perhaps I would listen.

  82. TheTraveler says:

    Lots of virtue signaling here.

    “Now is not the time…”
    “We lost that battle…”
    “Inappropriate…”

    Puh-leeze! Valor decorations are often won by the brute force approach. The lone “fool” charging the machine guns often turns the tide.

    The left defend their own, the occasional Joe Biden notwithstanding. Our side eat our own.

    “I cannot support him because he said mean things to protected minorities, and…”
    Leftist sentence completion: “…it’s hurtful and bigoted.”
    Too many on our side: “…taking on enemy sacred cows diminishes our chance of victory.”

    Guess what? Both sentences are, functionally, identical: the right retreats, the left wins.

  83. seventiesjason says:

    Anon, look in the mirror…..your comments frequently appear when I chime in…..I think there is a Polish girl waiting out there somewhere for you to “bang’

  84. Otto says:

    “…she spoke badly of a gay man, more especially of gay sex itself and in tones that were upsetting to their fragile ears.”

    This.

    You cannot bluntly describe what goes on between gay couples in today’s society. Because so many heterosexuals are repulsed by the actual acts, they have made it verboten to describe them. Out of sight, out of mind.

    We’re headed down the same road with pedophilia. Eventually they will come a softer name for it (just as they did with gay for homosexual), and then ban anyone that describes the actual act.

  85. Novaseeker says:

    You cannot bluntly describe what goes on between gay couples in today’s society. Because so many heterosexuals are repulsed by the actual acts, they have made it verboten to describe them. Out of sight, out of mind.

    Maybe in part, but it’s part of a broader context where you don’t talk about anyone else’s private sex acts, period. It just isn’t done, one way or the other, and it isn’t new. It’s not like 20 years ago, before gay marriage and acceptance was on the social radar, people were openly joking with people they knew who were gay about gay sex acts. It’s just under the rubric of the private which is generally socially verboten to discuss, regardless of whether someone is straight or gay (yes, people did make jokes privately, and they still do, but that’s different from saying it publicly to the person involved). I don’t think it has much to do with virtue signaling, as something that just goes against the basic rules of social communication that have been in place for some time, even when it comes to gay people.

    What has changed is that you can’t criticize gay marriage publicly, which is now seen to be the same as criticizing interracial marriage publicly. You can’t do it. You can believe what you want, and practice what you want, but you can’t talk about it publicly. That’s new when it comes to gay marriage, but not attacking gay people publicly to their faces about their sex acts isn’t a new prohibition, and it long predates the whole Gay, Inc. thing we have been dealing with for the past 20 years or so now.

  86. Opus says:

    It is true, that there are some things that should not be talked about and that was always the case. The virulent and gratuitous homophobes of my youth are now the equally virulent and self-righteous heterophobes of my later years. One always suspected that the then homophobes were secret officianados of homosexual behaviour and ones attempts to defend the homosexual were met with the same ad-hominems “you must then be one too, ha ha ha” as are now reserved for those who are not impressed by the promotion of Homosexuality and likewise those who might have agreed with one kept their heads down to avoid the same rhetorical abuse.

    Were I to be invited to a ‘gay’ wedding or a wedding between two people of incompatible races I would decline the invitation. The same would go for re-marriage between adulterers. I can say these things confidently as nowadays I am never invited to weddings. Loving monogamous homosexuals who are no different from you or I are like magic negroes – much talked about but little seen outside of television sit-coms.

  87. virginia says:

    Come now, let’s be fair to the left. There’s at least one form of sexual activity that they don’t consider to be a fundamental human right. And they’ll even attack one of their robed masters for having the temerity to suggest otherwise:

    https://www.theguardian.com/law/2019/apr/03/english-judge-says-man-having-sex-with-wife-is-fundamental-human-right

    We live in a completely upside-down world, just sayin’

  88. virginia says:

    From the same socialist rag, apparently the mandate for cash and prizes is so powerful it can be imposed even where not supported by a mere preponderance of the evidence:

    https://www.theguardian.com/world/2019/apr/03/brazil-identical-twins-both-pay-maintenance-dna-test-positive

    And that’s in Brazil, no less!

  89. Oscar says:

    @ seventiesjason

    Osacr…I won’t fall into this trap with you again….you are the Christian that will tell a man “oh…you think you are so smart, why don’t you tell us / show us”

    What trap? Here’s what you wrote.

    … few of you are a far shining example of what I would want to be in a Christian husband. I have not really been inspired as a man to the likes of “let me strive to learn from this man, or that man”
    ………
    Should we not be just a little more concerned with fighting sin, uplifting and helping each other through these indeed end-times instead of again talking about “femimism, femimism, and how all conservatives are actually feminist, and the only hope is the men on a small chat forum on wordpress?”

    If “few of you are a far shining example of what I would want to be in a Christian husband”, then show us how. Who, specifically, are “you”, by the way?

    If you think that we should “be just a little more concerned with fighting sin, uplifting and helping each other through these indeed end-times instead of again talking about ‘femimism, femimism, and how all conservatives are actually feminist, and the only hope is the men on a small chat forum on wordpress’”, then show us how.

    No one is stopping you. Let’s see how.

    Well, I did in a previous thread, and I was accused of being a braggart, “oh he thinks he’s better than us”

    By whom, specifically? Can you provide a quote?

    the rest of the peanut gallery here chimed in

    Who, specifically? Can you provide a quote?

    Also, clipping fragments from statements statements by me and twisting them into mean something different

    Who, specifically, “twisted” your statements “into mean something different”? Can you provide a quote?

    You guys all have the 150 IQ here.

    I don’t. And who, specifically, is “you guys”?

    Heck, you’re an engineer, military officer

    So?

    Talk to me like a man who isn’t as amazing as you are, and perhaps I would listen.

    Who ever claimed I was “amazing”? Can you provide a quote? Frankly, I’d like to meet that person.

  90. seventiesjason says:

    I rest my case Oscar……and I to think I wrote letters, sent cigarettes thru the USO, magazines, and prepaid calling cards and the like to men like yourself while you were protecting me from men-in-caves in the near and middle east……..

  91. Cane Caldo says:

    @Novaseeker and Opus

    It is true, that there are some things that should not be talked about and that was always the case.

    Not always. Men and women, up until and through the Renaissance, and if either was claimed to be physical lacking or defective, could be examined by a panel of doctors and women for state and performance. The idea of all privacy all the time is an error of modernity. Besides, that Twitter is a midden-heap of porn. Anyone who thumps the table about appropriate speech on Twitter is a phony.

    It’s all phony concerns from middleclass (or aspirational middle-class) do-nothings who can’t bother to replace themselves.

    @TheTraveler

    Puh-leeze! Valor decorations are often won by the brute force approach. The lone “fool” charging the machine guns often turns the tide.

    I like this comment even if it is melodramatic. McAllister got fired from two worthless jobs. So what It was a mistake for her to apologize to anyone; especially that conserva-trinket Shapiro. She ought to double-down while she has some semblance of celebrity.

  92. TheTraveler says:

    Reminder to the “We’ve lost, it’s hopeless,” crowd:

    There is no such thing as permanent political victory. The left understands this and lives by it. We should, too.

    It is better to go down fighting than living in hopeless misery.

  93. Eric Mulk says:

    Dalrock, why do you often do this thing where you turn on moderation? Do you worry that the comment section will become so vile and out of control without an everpresent watchful eye to swiftly remove inflammatory remarks? Dare I say, people may even express misogynist thoughts! I highly respect your approach to free speech and open discussion that the comments section seems to allow more than 99% of the time, so I am somewhat baffled by the occasional bouts of disabling discussion.

  94. Anonymous Reader says:

    “TheTraveler”
    It is better to go down fighting than living in hopeless misery.

    Lead by example. Start by commenting under your actual name.
    Otherwise you are just an armchair general.

  95. Anonymous Reader says:

    Opus
    I can say these things confidently as nowadays I am never invited to weddings.

    Funerals more llikely, eh?

  96. Anonymous Reader says:

    Seventiesjason
    What do you men want?

    Why do you want to know?

  97. TheTraveler says:

    @Anonymous Reader

    Internet rule of thumb: anyone demanding self-doxing is up to no good.

    A bunch of churchian hooligans recently declared Dalrock’s views have zero credibility because he wouldn’t self dox. I suppose you agree?

    What I do (or don’t) for the cause has no bearing on trying to dispel the pious despair, a self perpetuating death spiral, that seems to infest the manosphere.

  98. Anonymous Reader says:

    Novaseeker
    Maybe in part, but it’s part of a broader context where you don’t talk about anyone else’s private sex acts, period.

    Privileged groups get to talk about private sex acts of unprivileged groups. So gays and women get to talk about whitemales in all manner of derogatory fashions, beginning with “basement-dwelling-loser-who-masturbates-to-porn”. That is because gays and women are oppressed so they get to punch up at the whitemales who oppress them. Never mind that women in North America are the most privileged entities since the 18th century French aristocracy of the Ancien Regime’, such facts don’t mean anything to feelze. Homosexuals have become nearly holy objects, even among younger Evangelicals, so…no criticism can be acceptable. If the Log Cabin Republicans are still around, I’m sure Federalist heard from them over this horrid, dreadful vulgarity.

    However, gays are more oppressed than women, so a woman making remarks to a homosexual man about his sexual acts is crimespeak, because she’s punching down in the oppressor / oppressed paradigm.

    It all comes down to group Pokemon points, or a more extended version of rock / paper / scissors. Something like rock / paper / scissor / garden shears / doorstop / cinderblock / chainsaw.

    It’s also neoVictorian in a weird sense.Things that everyone knows about or could know about Shall Not Be Said because oppression-Pokemon points. The list of things that cannot be said grows with time.

    All that said, Federalist revealed themselves as a pack of pearl-clutching Country Club Republicans who would sell their own mothers and sisters to the Mexican drug cartels in exhanged for a guaranteed 0.005% higher return on their stock portfolio.

  99. Anonymous Reader says:

    TheTraveler
    Internet rule of thumb: anyone demanding self-doxing is up to no good.

    Apply that rule to yourself, since your previous demand would lead to self-doxxing by the men foolish enough to follow it.

    C’mon, “General”, you want men to charge machineguns? Lead by example.

    A bunch of churchian hooligans recently declared Dalrock’s views have zero credibility because he wouldn’t self dox. I suppose you agree?

    No, but logically you would have to agree with them. In fact, I wonder if you are an employee of Warhorn?

    What I do (or don’t) for the cause has no bearing on trying to dispel the pious despair, a self perpetuating death spiral, that seems to infest the manosphere.

    Then you’re just another LARPing TradCon ?

  100. info says:

    Omg she has stockholm syndrome.

  101. Anonymous Reader says:

    info
    Omg she has stockholm syndrome.

    Who?

  102. LM says:

    No one can really know these things, but I am reasonably confident that Ann Coulter is in fact a member of the controlled opposition. She is making a huge deal out of 100,000 H2B workers (one for every 1000 jobs) and flaming Trump over failing to build the wall when he is not only doing it, but doing it despite the opposition of practically every lawmaker in DC. Note how she keeps using the triggering word betray.

    Most people dismiss this kind of thing as a conspiracy theory. But the truth is corruption and media control are virtually guaranteed theoretically. Mancur Olson has some great books on the topic although he didn’t push it to its logical conclusion, but the short version is that the money and power gained from controlling the US government, literally trillions of dollars per year, is far greater than the amount of money needed to maintain this control via the media and DOJ. Ergo, it has in fact happened.

  103. Oscar says:

    @ seventiesjason

    I rest my case Oscar

    Does that mean you can’t provide a single quote in which anyone said anything you accused them of saying? Would those accusations, then, be true, or false?

  104. Spike says:

    Why should a private moment – getting your husband a beer during a commercial break – be put on social media at all? Once it’s there it just attracts the Morality Police (feminists), who, from the looks of things are far worse than Iran’s Department for the protection of Virtue and the Saudi burqa-enforcement brigade. .
    Employers? They should ignore this. It has no bearing on McAllister’s job performance, and yet – she gets fired because….she replies in kind to a member of the pink mafia.
    This just shows you where the power axis of the Western world is: Feminists, Social Media (owned by That Other Mafia) and the Pink Mafia. They’ve truly got us surrounded.
    I have this sneaking suspicion that we’re going to win, because the Chariots of God Number in Their Thousands….

  105. Liz says:

    sorry posted on the wrong thread.
    Why should a private moment – getting your husband a beer during a commercial break – be put on social media at all?
    Yes, this.

  106. Dalrock says:

    @Eric Mulk

    Dalrock, why do you often do this thing where you turn on moderation? Do you worry that the comment section will become so vile and out of control without an everpresent watchful eye to swiftly remove inflammatory remarks? Dare I say, people may even express misogynist thoughts! I highly respect your approach to free speech and open discussion that the comments section seems to allow more than 99% of the time, so I am somewhat baffled by the occasional bouts of disabling discussion.

    If I’m on the road or off in the woods I don’t want to have to think about it and/or check in. So I park it. I don’t do a lot of intrusive moderation, but you may have noticed that the more time that passes the more likely a discussion is to get out of hand. I’ve found that a new post or two works wonders in bringing things back under control when that happens.

  107. TheTraveler says:

    @AnonymousReader

    Rushing machine guns is metaphorical, Ace. So is the talk about going down fighting. I’m sure you understand that–you just have some kind of agenda, bless your heart.

    I’m just tired of defeatism–like yours, f’r’instance.

    My message is: say/do what you can, when you can. I don’t mean for people to expose themselves to excessive danger. Everyone can decide what that means for themselves.

    And now, I’m done talking to you. Pax vobiscum.

  108. TheTraveler says:

    @LM

    You may be right. Then again, maybe it’s much simpler. Ann Coulter is an immature Beltway Elitist, a 50-something feminist who never grew up. (She’s still trying to look 25.) This explains her series of silly, ghormless relationships.

    Feminists are basically adolescents. Adolescents like to shock people. Leftists paint their hair purple and shriek demonically. The Ann Coulter type likes to spread gloom and despair with a healthy dollop of proud snobbery.

  109. BillyS says:

    But she can’t answer in kind?

    This is one of the reasons we lost the culture war. Christians and others with similar views accepted the idea that they shouldn’t “force their ideas on others” and that they needed to always be nice.

    How many Christian leaders complain about Donald Trump’s tweets, for example? I have yet to read one I disagreed with or found truly outside proper lines, yet so many Christians are convinced that we must be nice. They don’t mind losing repeatedly as long as they are nice.

  110. BillyS says:

    Frank,

    Too many “conservative” and/or “christian” parents serve their children up to the State in the form of the local government school. They may not like trends, but “their school” is fine, they usually say. Many also honestly believe that partisan leftist teachers can do a better job training their children than they can.

    Many wonder why children turn out the way they do when they are regularly offered up to Baal.

  111. American says:

    The devil has many willing accomplices on this earth, in the U.S. we call the devil’s accomplices by the labels they choose for themselves: homosexual, feminist, Marxist, “liberal” (oh the irony) Democrat.

  112. BillyS says:

    Deti,

    you just did not, in any way, in polite company talk about gay sex

    But you can today, as long as you are saying how wonderful it is. That is our problem.

    Ironically, things like this will push more people to the alt-right and such. Some will continue to cower, but they were already doing that. Others will decide that they may as well go whole hog if they are gong to be held accountable for it anyway.

    ====

    I do personally find Ann Coulter attractive (physically) though I would not go anywhere close to a relationship with her. Though she illustrates part of the problem. No women can advocate for good causes without devoting her life to it. Someone being a good wife and mother would not have the time to do that. She would also probably be too sweet and mild, letting progressives continue their march to push evil.

    We are headed for a mess.

  113. BillyS says:

    Come on, don’t expect Jason to have any answers! He is only here to tell us all how wrong we are! That has become his mission in life, unfortunately.

  114. Anonymous Reader says:

    TheTraveler
    Rushing machine guns is metaphorical, Ace. So is the talk about going down fighting.

    Ok, so you are just another LARPer? Or trolling?

    I’m sure you understand that–you just have some kind of agenda, bless your heart.

    You’re not the first LARPing troll I’ve encountered.

    I’m just tired of defeatism–like yours, f’r’instance.

    Show this defeatism, then. Or admit that you are just making stuff up, it’s your choice.

    My message is: say/do what you can, when you can.i I don’t mean for people to expose themselves to excessive danger. Everyone can decide what that means for themselves.

    You just contradicted yourself, “general”, and agreed with all the “defeatists” who comment here.

    And now, I’m done talking to you. Pax vobiscum.

    Say, do you also comment as “Kid Charlemagne”?
    Just asking.

  115. info says:

    I am being sarcastic.

    But easy to imagine ugly feminists saying this about the woman who got fired.

  116. Cloudbuster says:

    The criticism of Ann Coulter here is an example of the foolish consistency of small minds. Not every single woman has to exemplify the good Christian wfie. Have any of you written anything to compare with Adios, America? No, you haven’t. Are any of you out there defending America as tirelessly and publicly as she does, day in and day out? No, you are not. If you don’t like Coulter out there fulfilling a masculine role, then step the hell up.

  117. Moses says:

    Federalist fired her for that?

    Cucks gonna cuck. They’ll never learn.

    Honestly, cucks are worse than the enemy.

  118. Timothy B says:

    “It’s too bad she apologized to Shapiro.”
    – That is what one does when one is afraid of being percieved as undermining the oxymoronically termed “Judeo-Christian values” fairytale; which is one of Mr. Shapiro’s favorite bedtime stories.

  119. Gary Eden says:

    Reading the twitter comments makes one wish for total societal collapse so we can salt the cities already.

  120. Swanny River says:

    “They don’t mind losing repeatedly as long as they are nice.” Is that from Mitt Romney’s vision statement?
    It is unfortunately also true for pastors. They’d rather lose a soul than be vulgar, direct, or open to charges of racism.

  121. CSI says:

    Her response was vulgar but funny. She certainly didn’t deserve to get fired over it. I wonder if her critics were trying to goad into saying something. These leftists have turned many workplaces into something like the courts of paranoid bloodthirsty dictators, like Emperor Tiberius or Stalin. Courtiers are constantly trying to get each other liquidated for saying the slightly wrong thing.

  122. Warthog says:

    @Ray “Muslim parents in the UK pushed back against the LGBT agenda in schools. Muslims are in the “oppressed” category so they can fight back without getting destroyed.”

    The left embrace Islam because it is anti-Christian. And they know the Muzzies are secret pederasts, though they are against sex acts between men with beards.

    But the real reason the Muslim parents can protest homodoctrination without backlash is that they are prone to rioting, killing people, and breaking things, and the British establishment are scared of upsetting them.

  123. info says:

    @BillyS

    ”This is one of the reasons we lost the culture war. Christians and others with similar views accepted the idea that they shouldn’t “force their ideas on others” and that they needed to always be nice.”

    Fear of marginalization. And being seen and treated as a cult or as the ISIS and Taliban of America.

    Which is still going to happen despite their best efforts.

  124. thedeti,

    Because even people on your own side will be horrified at it. Not that people do it; but that you’re talking about it and criticizing others for doing it.

    Who are these people on “my own team”?

    Would they be the people who fired McAllister? Guys like Shapiro who IM’d her angrily? The people who not only gave up or quickly lost every culture war “fight” they tried to fight, but then turned on anyone who fought it in a way that gained criticism?

    They’re not on my side. They’re not on any side worth fighting for. And they damn well aren’t on God’s side.

  125. Anchorman says:

    (Career) Suicide by fop.

  126. vfm7916 says:

    Well, this is under moderation, so I’m late to the party.

    @feministhater

    I don’t fight on my enemies chosen ground. Everything I’ve posted would be permaban worthy on twitter/facebook. Probably doxxworthy too. I don’t fight there. I don’t go there, except for the God Emperor’s tweets.

    Where do I go to discuss ideas and offer my thoughts on a theme that Heartiste has described as “white bunz – white ovens”? Those places the cuckservatives like 3-rogan bennie and French would howl and bloviate about as being anti-semitic, racist, sexist, bigoted, homophobic, deplorable, reprehensible alt-right, etc.

    I also keep in mind the old adage about determining who is your master, online at least. Again, don’t attack head on. Mcallister did not use rhetoric properly, and not on the right target, under the umbrella of a cuckservative organization. Nothing unexpected here. The last egregious action that cannot be forgiven is apologizing. Stick a fork in her.

    That’s the first habit that any Christian man should break in the current era. Never, ever, apologize for an idea or writing, especially if its public. In private with your wife or buddy where you’ve screwed up a physical action or task, sure. But not for ideas, otherwise you lose frame and hand. That’s a hard line to walk, too.

  127. Oscar says:

    Off Topic: Jeff Bezos gets off “easy”.

    https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2019-04-04/mackenzie-bezos-gives-jeff-all-wapo-75-amzn-stock-divorce-settlement

    In what appears to be a very ‘fair’ arrangement in the divorce of the dick-pic-sending richest man in the world, Mackenzie Bezos has agreed to give Jeff all of her interests in The Washington Post and Blue Origin as well as 75% of the couple’s shared holdings of Amazon shares.

    Clearly, Amazon would be worth 25% less than it is now, without Mackenzie’s efforts, whatever they were.

    https://www.recode.net/2019/4/4/18295576/mackenzie-bezos-jeff-bezos-divorce-wealth-billionaire-women

    MacKenzie Bezos will be one of the world’s most interesting billionaires.

    The now ex-wife of the richest person in the world will oversee more than $35 billion in assets as she finalizes her divorce from her husband. And while this makes her the world’s third-wealthiest woman, she’s possibly leaving money on the table: MacKenzie Bezos said Thursday that she would only take about 25 percent of their shares in Amazon as part of the arrangement, and is ceding any claim to equity in the Washington Post, owned by the family, and Blue Origin, the space exploration company founded by Bezos.

    Good work, if you can find it.

  128. feeriker says:

    In twenty years, Conservatism will be protecting the right of gays and lesbians to get married as a cornerstone of American Constitutionalism and decrying heterosexual relationships as abnormal.

    Twenty? Try five…

  129. feeriker says:

    thedeti says:
    April 3, 2019 at 2:04 pm

    You could substitute the word “Christian” (or more accurately, “churchian”) for “Conservative” here and it would be just as accurate and damning.

  130. feeriker says:

    In terms of finding creative ways to lose your livelihood and put more burden on your husband, getting into a Twitter spat with SJW commenters is probably one of the dumbest things ever.

    McAllister lost her composure and self-control, and then got played like a fiddle by these douchebags.

    That’s dumb.

    Leave it to a self-described “conservative woman” (I’m not familiar enough with McAllister to know if she self-describes as Christian or not) to provide an even better justification and example than a feminist leftard to bring back hard Patriarchy and make women sit down, shut up, and stop embarrassing/jeopardizing the safety of their families.

    Way to go, you stupid conservatardette!

  131. DrTorch says:

    Seems relevant to this topic: https://www.thecut.com/2019/04/a-wife-who-surrendered-to-her-husband.html

    I’m genuinely excited that this has been allowed to stand in an obviously secular magazine.

  132. Fiddlesticks says:

    It’s not well known, but Meghan McCain is Ben Domenech’s THIRD wife. (He was 35 when they married.)

    At age 22 he was married to someone named Caroline.
    http://web.archive.org/web/20040608143905/http://www.bendomenech.com/blog/bio.html

    At age 31 he was married to Christine (pro-life activist @LibertyRedhead).

    He is the real-life Marrying Man.

  133. Kid Charlemagne says:

    JR: “My wife refuses to vote unless I go with her and tell her exactly what and who to vote for, item by item, standing next to her. I did NOT initiate this, she did. After 20+ years t=of the same voting precint, most already knew the routine, and everyone was ok with it. Then in 2016 a woman in the adjacent stall decided to question what we were doing. My wife’s response was such that the police was almost called.”

    Start doing all your voting by absentee ballot. That’s what me and my wife do. Works great.

  134. Asaph says:

    “Its called being a relationship.”
    Woah, I am still stuck in the form called single human, is that a new form you unlock after some upgrade?

  135. Asaph says:

    Though she did once say on live TV that women shouldn’t vote.

  136. Nick Mgtow says:

    A woman writes to Suzann Venker about her pretty, successful,38 years old daughter , unsuccessful to meet love and find a husband.

    https://www.theepochtimes.com/the-secret-to-lasting-love-is-sexual-inequality_2797066.html

  137. Nick Mgtow says:

    Charlize Theron says men should man up and ask her out: I’m entitled to endless courtship and men’s attention.

    https://www.menshealth.com/sex-women/a27054025/charlize-theron-single-dating-long-shot/

  138. Asaph says:

    He self-identified as “catholic”

  139. freebird says:

    A bunch of churchian hooligans recently declared Dalrock’s views have zero credibility because he wouldn’t self dox. I suppose you agree?{/endquote}

    Is that what that hullalballo boiled down to?
    Frankly the whole thing was too Catholic for myself to take an interest.
    What it looked like to me was Dalrock doing an huge amount of work and the opposition calling it in with insinuations.
    Perhaps future debates should be carefully chosen,that seemed so futile
    (no offense intended)

    Jesus said I come not to do away with The Law.
    Red Letter.
    Doesn’t matter what other Apostles said what,The Lord God Who Spoke creation into Existence
    gave you his same Word that he did NOT do away with The Law.
    How does a church function without a spine?
    So much easier NOT to have to commit acts enforcing The Law.
    That’s just mean,and god ain’t mean…

  140. Warthog says:

    I wonder if there are Blue Pill Bigfoot and Red Pill Bigfoot? Do they have this debate out in the woods?

  141. Everyone stop with Ann Coulter.

    Ann is free to “tell it like it is” (and she does) for one reason, and one reason only: she doesn’t have a job. There is not a single person in authority over her earning power where she has any real “fear” of losing a paycheck because only her readers can fire her by not buying her books. That gives her a great deal of power, power that people like Stephanie Miller wish they could take away in some way.

    Listen to what Stephanie was saying, really listen and pay attention. If you’ll notice, there is not a single, logical argument that she can make, not one. All she wants to do is shut down Ann Coulter. She can’t. This entire dialogue was a disaster for the Sirus XM radio host. She had no point and Ann exposed the fact that she had no point. And the reason why Ann can do that is because she doesn’t have a job.

  142. Opus says:

    Four weddings but no funeral

    I thought the following might be of some vague interest or amusement. I received a copy of a page of the parish register for a certain parish. The year was 1711 and the register records on Sunday the 27th December the wedding of Great *5 Grandfather William [Opus] to Elizabeth Jemmate. The next year another Jemmate girl married the ancestor of a friend of mine the very person who had sent me the copy from the register. There were just four weddings at the church in 1711.

    My friend then sent me a copy of a further parish record from 1755 /1756 – the time of (y)our Indian wars when so many brave British lads lost their lives for you ungrateful colonists and when Ben Franklin was living and working as a printer in London as printer. My great *4 grandfather John [Opus] was a witness at no less than three weddings two of which took place on a Sunday and the last one on a Monday. The last wedding was also witnessed by John ‘s Father referred to above but unlike his son he could only make his mark. Schooling of any sort was not compulsory in England until 1841 and so I suppose that William was sufficiently prosperous or aspirational to ensure that his children could both read and write.

    Here is the church.

  143. Lost Patrol says:

    Is it toxic masculinity to approach them or to ignore them?

    Yes.

  144. 7817 says:

    At least 2 new posts from Bayly:

    https://warhornmedia.com/2019/04/04/marriage-3-what-happens-when-your-dear-wife-says-no/

    https://warhornmedia.com/2019/04/05/marriage-5-when-your-dear-wife-says-no-b/

    Reformed complementarians aren’t going anywhere with it that ordinary complementarians haven’t already tried.

  145. Frank K says:

    In twenty years, Conservatism will be protecting the right of gays and lesbians to get married as a cornerstone of American Constitutionalism and decrying heterosexual relationships as abnormal.

    Twenty? Try five…

    There is a SciFi novel called The Forever War, and it’s about a centuries long war between Earth and an alien race the humans call the Taurans. There is no warp drive so getting anywhere takes a long time, and relativity keeps the ship’s crews young for decades. In one chapter, the hero returns to Earth after a very long absence to find out that everyone is now homosexual and he is considered a pervert and that everyone is grown in artificial wombs.

    Anyway, I could see that by the time the current generation of babies, who will have been raised on a steady diet of drag queen reading hours, non stop pro homo programming on TV and in the cinema, will be lecturing their progressive but hetero parents on the fact that they are completely screwed up.

  146. Frank K says:

    Too many “conservative” and/or “christian” parents serve their children up to the State in the form of the local government school.

    I suspect that many don’t send their children to Christian schools because of the cost (and the fact they aren’t willing to make financial sacrifices) and don’t home school because both work (again, unwilling to make financial sacrifices).

    Anyway, I expect Christian schools and homeschooling to eventually be banned, because “reasons”.

  147. vfm7916 says:

    @Frank K

    “Unwilling to make financial sacrifices.”

    The last 50 years in a nutshell. What’s not amusing is that after the costs of the second parent are factored in it’s not a winning proposition for 80% of the population. Homemaking and homeschooling are far more profitable jobs for wives than working outside the home, both financially, culturally, and spiritually.

  148. Paul says:

    Tim Bayly : “But when the wife refuses to cook or put away the credit card for a bit or stop undercutting her husband when he rebukes their teenage son, it’s likely rebellion and the question is asked, “how should her husband respond?” [..] Summing up, don’t put your wife away and hold a beauty pageant to find her replacement. Don’t go to the elders and tell them it’s their responsibility to discipline your wife into submission. It isn’t.”

    There you have it. Any rebellion on the wife’s part is NONE of the responsibility of the elders and does NOT fall under Church discipline.

    This only confirms the observations of many others: Church leadership refuses to discipline persistently sinning women who rebel against their husbands.

  149. Ray6777 says:

    The Charlize Theron story isn’t shocking to anyone here. In reality, men aren’t attracted to masculine kick-ass feminists like Theron. It’s repulsive. Add in the facts that Hollywood is in MeToo hysterics and Theron is a 42- year old woman with young kids. The Strong Independent Woman will have to ask a man out.

  150. Re: Charlize Theron.

    There’s a mirror image to Incels that don’t get discussed: Insings. Involuntarily Single women.

    Just as you have some Incels who bitterly remark that women owe them sex, insings bitterly remark that men owe them relationships. Theron is a left-wing nutcase with two adopted black children, one of whom she seems hellbent on chopping up the sex organs of to appease the great modernist Lovecraftian god. But in her mind, no guy wants to get attached to her (at least no one she deems worthy) because of their manifold faults. The idea that maybe she’s undesirable and should try to be more appealing is utterly unthinkable.

    But that’s precisely what she needs to think about.

  151. Oscar says:

    @ innocentbystanderboston

    Everyone stop with Ann Coulter.

    Ann is free to “tell it like it is” (and she does) for one reason, and one reason only: she doesn’t have a job. There is not a single person in authority over her earning power where she has any real “fear” of losing a paycheck because only her readers can fire her by not buying her books. That gives her a great deal of power, power that people like Stephanie Miller wish they could take away in some way.

    That’s because Ms. Coulter learned her lesson when National Review fired her in 2001.

  152. Black Bull says:

    Re her original tweet about her husband’s game-tinged rebuke and her tingled reaction resulting into fetching him a beer and deep kisses….the reaction from feminists (male and female alike) was one of pure envy.

    After all, when was the last time they experienced deep kisses with their spouses or partners?

    McAllister’s only mistake was to share this vignette with the general population, expecting them to understand and enjoy the moment.

  153. Ted Colt says:

    I think this whole thing is less about feminism per se and much more about defending buttsex

    how am I wrong?

  154. Anonymous Reader says:

    Secular Blasphemy
    Theron is a left-wing nutcase with two adopted black children, one of whom she seems hellbent on chopping up the sex organs of to appease the great modernist Lovecraftian god.

    Very N=nice turn of phrase, and quite apt. There is something downright Cthulhu-esque about the mutilation “surgery” that is used to “transition” a male human to … something else.

    Much like the details of what homosexual men do, it is another one of those things that are not to be discussed in polite society. Not to be discussed!

  155. Anonymous Reader says:

    @Ted Colt
    It’s both. Any whiff of actual femininity sends many feminists into a conniption fit, and Rainbow Flag demands support of all allies. We are now into 3rd or 4th wave feminism and “sex positivity” is a feature, not a bug, including homosexuals. Except when the lesbians want to have a Lilith fest and no boys allowed even if they are wearing a dress…then things are “different”.

  156. BillyS says:

    McAllister’s only mistake was to share this vignette with the general population, expecting them to understand and enjoy the moment.

    The problem with always keeping quite is that it reinforces the false position that only degeneracy is common. We need to speak up about proper behavior in marriage far more often.

  157. Frank K says:

    Homemaking and homeschooling are far more profitable jobs for wives than working outside the home, both financially, culturally, and spiritually.

    There is another economic factor regarding 2 income households, namely that we now live a layoff economy, where a layoff can come out of nowhere. Having 1 income vs 0 incomes (OK, you might get a whopping $500 a week of unemployment) might make a difference while looking for a new job. Having been in the zero income category myself once when I was shown the door with no warning, I can understand. In my case I found a new job quickly but I know of men (usually over 40) who couldn’t find another comparable job for over a year. Some threw in the towel and tried to sell real estate or insurance.

    Another thing I have observed with many couples is that the wifey has a mediocre paying job at some level of .gov, but she also gets health insurance for the family, while self employed tradesman hubby has none.

    Of course, if women were not flooding the workforce, there might be fewer layoffs. It is a sorry situation. Most of my peers marvel that we are single income and I constantly hear “how do you manage to get by?”. Of course, I don’t drive a $50K car like they do.

  158. Frank K says:

    The problem with always keeping quite is that it reinforces the false position that only degeneracy is common.

    Especially since it’s portrayed that way EVERYWHERE now. In TV commercials (Heineken had a revolting Thanksgiving TV ad), TV, movies, everywhere.

    Some of you probably heard of the movie “Roma”, shown on Netflix recently. It is supposed to portray the life of a typical middle class family in 1970 in Mexico City’s Roma neighborhood. I don’t need to tell you that everyone was portrayed as deviant, adulterous or sinister. The movie’s overt message is “See, it’s ALWAYS been like this, and don’t believe your grandma when she tells you it wasn’t like that back then, because it was.”

    And it wasn’t like that back then. Today, sadly, girls in Mexico also ride the carousel. That was social suicide back then, and if a girl wasn’t a virgin that was a tightly guarded secret.

  159. vfm7916 says:

    @Frank K

    Yes, those risks and mitigating them fall under “financial sacrifices”. The risk exists; just as there are risks with marriage and women. Life is risk.

    Those without hope cannot face risk, won’t get married, and won’t have kids. Marriage, kids, and fruit trees (lookin at you, Larry), require hope for the future.

    How many men who drag up all the risks and bad things that can happen to you with marriage and children have any hope for the future? Very few; they’re demoralized, beaten, and many times both even before anything bad happens. Think that’s attractive to women? Care to think why a woman would make a demoralized and beaten man her first mate, her head? I can’t, really.

    It’s all about hope.

  160. Nick Mgtow says:

    “Lost Patrol says:

    Is it toxic masculinity to approach them or to ignore them?

    Yes.”

    I see you speak modern woman fluently.

  161. Black Bull says:

    @BillyS
    “The problem with always keeping quiet is that it reinforces the false position that only degeneracy is common. We need to speak up about proper behavior in marriage far more often.”

    Agreed. I guess they can’t handle the truth. They completely overlooked the end result of that encounter between husband and wife.

  162. feministhater says:

    Everyone stop with Ann Coulter.

    Ah… how about ‘no’?

    Not that anyone really went anywhere with Ann at all… Deti’s point was mild potatoes, hardly insulting, and mine was pure opinion. Your supposition is thus in poor form.

    The criticism of Ann Coulter here is an example of the foolish consistency of small minds. Not every single woman has to exemplify the good Christian wfie. Have any of you written anything to compare with Adios, America? No, you haven’t. Are any of you out there defending America as tirelessly and publicly as she does, day in and day out? No, you are not. If you don’t like Coulter out there fulfilling a masculine role, then step the hell up.

    No one cares. Go whiteknight somewhere else. She wasn’t a feminine woman, she didn’t have children, she didn’t get married and she is a second wave feminist. She is not above criticism, no matter your hard on for her. America’s death is on her hands as well as the countless millions of women who aborted their children or never had any to begin with because they were far too busy with their ‘careers’. Whatever she is fighting for, her own lifestyle killed it… society cannot survive feminist women.

  163. Novaseeker says:

    No one cares. Go whiteknight somewhere else. She wasn’t a feminine woman, she didn’t have children, she didn’t get married and she is a second wave feminist. She is not above criticism, no matter your hard on for her. America’s death is on her hands as well as the countless millions of women who aborted their children or never had any to begin with because they were far too busy with their ‘careers’. Whatever she is fighting for, her own lifestyle killed it… society cannot survive feminist women.

    Precisely. She is a feminist degenerate like the rest of them, she just likes lower taxes, smaller government and other libertarian priorities. She deserves the same fate as the rest of them.

  164. Nick Mgtow says:

    A woman, western priviledged white woman, not satisfied enough to nag her husband, nags stranger hard working men minding their own businesses.

    https://summit.news/2019/04/04/sociology-professor-offended-by-men-working-sign-gets-owned-on-twitter/?fbclid=IwAR3Ta6cw4W0EfrV5_aItaONssR_lRrx8n9Y4BSKU5L_J6Q7InXYtBOT6JmA

  165. seventiesjason says:

    Living in 1980’s Northern Upstate New York, you could not get by on a single income unless: hubby was a doctor, engineer, or had some professional job and made the commute to Albany or Montreal over the border. Paper mills gone, lumbering was seasonal part time and very selective and sporadic. Tourism was the mainstay….and was summers. My father was a Union carpenter (who was out of work many winters growing up) and mom was a nurse who made the two hour drive south to Albany to work at the Veterans Hospital. Never had luxury cars growing up either. A new Plymouth or Dodge was in the driveway every five years or so…….and dad’s Dodge truck was usually run hard for a solid ten years

    But again…it’s so easy to be a one income household. Simple.

  166. Charles B says:

    OT, but it’s funny hearing this “conservative” talk about all this sports training his daughter does but I cant see any way that translates to being better prepared to be a wife and mother.

    https://pjmedia.com/trending/the-real-tragedy-of-transgender-athletes/

  167. Anonymous Reader says:

    @Charles B

    That article is very amusing, although unintentionally so. The title alone made me laugh out loud, because it portrayed the destruction of women’s college sports as if it would be a bad thing…

    I’ve raised my daughter to be a self-confident, empowered young woman.

    Who thanks to Title IX and other artifacts of feminism created over the last 50 years has a huge advantage over any mere male human. But that doesn’t count to Daddy, because his little darling can be outrun by boys pretending to be girls. “Not Fair!” he shrieks, inadvertently exceeding the maximal daily recommended dose of irony.

  168. Anonymous Reader says:

    @Novaseeker

    FYI noted today that Veritas lounge isn’t.

  169. feeriker says:

    A woman, western priviledged white woman, not satisfied enough to nag her husband, nags stranger hard working men minding their own businesses.

    That’s a good way for a snowflake bitch to get herself maimed or killed, if that’s her objective, especially by nagging blue-collar guys like construction workers when they’re BEING PRODUCTIVE (something this entitled harpy has never done).

  170. TheTraveler says:

    The ugliness cannot go on. Eventually, it must self destruct. I find it hard to believe that all this feminist/homo/weirdo garbage has lasted this long.

    When Christianity as a whole (all major religions) has become so corrupted that it no longer even cares about souls, just earthly things like so-called “social justice,” and spends its time ranting unreasonably strict “holier than thou” nastiness at the pews, while being SJW-permissive in reality, the Almighty must, eventually, do something.

    How subtle–or drastic–it will be, and when, remains to be seen. But we must be approaching a monumental denouement. Surely He must be growing tired of Christian “leaders” ignoring decent people who truly want to live right, in favor of pimping out the bride of Christ.

  171. Novaseeker says:

    FYI noted today that Veritas lounge isn’t.

    Yep. It needed to go, so I let it go.

  172. feeriker says:

    When Christianity as a whole (all major religions) has become so corrupted that it no longer even cares about souls, just earthly things like so-called “social justice,” and spends its time ranting unreasonably strict “holier than thou” nastiness at the pews, while being SJW-permissive in reality, the Almighty must, eventually, do something.

    How subtle–or drastic–it will be, and when, remains to be seen. But we must be approaching a monumental denouement. Surely He must be growing tired of Christian “leaders” ignoring decent people who truly want to live right, in favor of pimping out the bride of Christ.

    Once again, there is a STAGGERINGLY FRENZIED AND MASSIVE construction boom going on in Hell right now to prepare for the influx of unanticipated residents who currently believe they’re bound for Heaven.

    I’ve been pondering recently how both Heaven and Hell might be described in visual terms that the feeble human mind (compared to God’s incomprehensible power and works) can grasp. I think that Hell will resemble an endless, teeming, fetid slum (imagine the worst of Calcutta, Cairo, and the Favelas of Rio all rolled into one) with no room to even turn around and constant temperatures averaging 200 degrees Celsius.

    Heaven, on the other hand, will resemble Siberia or the Yukon Territory, but with much nicer climate. That is, it will consist of vast swaths of uninhabited territory, punctuated by small clusters of inhabited space (another way to picture it is the geographical continental United States having a population no larger than that of Wyoming).

    If trends continue, that’s what both places will look like, as conceived by the limited human mind.

  173. Anon says:

    A woman, western priviledged white woman, not satisfied enough to nag her husband, nags stranger hard working men minding their own businesses.

    Those men are too passive. The femtwat should just disappear in the cement. No one will miss her and it will take months before anyone notices she is gone.

  174. BillyS says:

    VFM,

    The strong cynics do have a challenge, but marrying and attempting to produce children and a family can still leave you alone. I am, unfortunately, a poster child for that. No gold at the end of this rainbow.

  175. TheTraveler says:

    So God would create billions upon billions of creatures in His own image and likeness…knowing that almost all are going to Hell? Doesn’t strike me as the actions a merciful and loving Deity.

    Two-thirds of the angels remained faithful. Angels, it is said, are in awe of men because men are imperfect and fragile, but are tested and tormented ceaselessly, whereas angels with their perfect reason and understanding were only tempted once–a simple choice for those who didn’t fall prey to pride.

    Speaking of pride, thinking that almost no one is going to Heaven can easily lead to this sin: “I wonder what miniscule group of sinners will join me.” It is said that people will be surprised by whom they find in Heaven–and even more by whom they don’t.

    God allowed evil into the world. He didn’t have to permit the serpent to tempt Eve, but He did. Humans, made by Him, are imperfect — I’m guessing He is inclined more toward mercy than sending almost all of creation to the pit.

  176. 7817 says:

    This thread on Twitter captures what’s going on pretty well. I know people don’t like evo psych, and that’s fine, but he describes how men are now trapped into Game, or dysgenic alpha behaviour, in order for a man to reproduce.

    It’s not pretty.

    https://mobile.twitter.com/0x49fa98/status/1115278977751375872?p=v

    Very few can be alpha, but that never ending competition is the only option men have if they want to reproduce.

    The church should be helping here, but many of them are pushing this even harder than the world.

  177. 7817 says:

    An excerpt from the thread:

    In our stable and stably entropic women’s world, we can only find sexual success by embodying women’s esoteric desire. World star is to humans what David Attenborough is to the bird of paradise. Acts of petty aggression are male sexual displays

    Many of the things you call “alpha” are also dysgenic. If women think something is “toxic masculinity” you can bet two things: it’s dyscivic and it turns them on. There are eucivic alpha traits but they are expensive and low ROI to the individual

  178. BillyS says:

    You can make it on one income, you just have to live someplace that is possible. Whining about it may be the point for some, but it is possible, even if difficult.

  179. Frank K says:

    OT, but it’s funny hearing this “conservative” talk about all this sports training his daughter does but I cant see any way that translates to being better prepared to be a wife and mother.

    He’s living vicariously through his daughter. Either has no sons, or his boys aren’t into participating in sports, so he cheers for his daughter. And he’ll be much prouder of her later if she climbs the corporate ladder (daddy’s little girl is a VP!) than if she becomes a wife or mother, it’s even OK that she remain barren and unmarried as long as she is “successful”.

  180. Frank K says:

    You can make it on one income, you just have to live someplace that is possible.

    My personal rule of thumb: if your metro area has plenty of higher paying jobs, it will be utterly unaffordable (mostly due to outrageous housing costs) to raise a family there on a single salary. I have a friend in the Bay Area, he and his wife bring in about 300K. After the Feds and the State of Cal take their cut they keep less than 200K. They have a million dollar mortgage on a 60 year old shack which probably originally sold for $25K (and which is no longer fully deductible) and pay well above the $10K SALT deduction limit. He drives a beater.

    One thing I always noticed in California at the tech companies I worked at when I lived there: the hot cars in the parking lot belong either to the big cheeses or to the young single guys with roommates. Married guys drive 15 year old Hondas and Toyotas,

  181. Dale U says:

    @TheTraveller
    I’m guessing He is inclined more toward mercy than sending almost all of creation to the pit.

    Matthew 7:13-14 records that Jesus said:
    13 “Enter through the narrow gate. For wide is the gate and broad is the road that leads to destruction, and many enter through it. 14 But small is the gate and narrow the road that leads to life, and only a few find it.

    The good news, is that the requirements to get into heaven are VERY short. Only two in fact. Romans (in the Bible) says:
    9 If you declare with your mouth, “Jesus is Lord,” and believe in your heart that God raised him from the dead, you will be saved. 10 For it is with your heart that you believe and are justified, and it is with your mouth that you profess your faith and are saved. 11 As Scripture says, “Anyone who believes in him will never be put to shame.”[a] 12 For there is no difference between Jew and Gentile—the same Lord is Lord of all and richly blesses all who call on him, 13 for, “Everyone who calls on the name of the Lord will be saved.”
    Of course, the difficult part is accepting Jesus as your Lord. (Master/king would communicate the idea, since “Lord” is not is common use in English, as it was in 1611.
    No need to be part of the “right” religious group, or pay enough money to some charlatan. Give your life and obedience to Jesus, believe, and you are in.

    May God guide you.

  182. feministhater says:

    Charlize Theron says men should man up and ask her out: I’m entitled to endless courtship and men’s attention.

    Charlize can fuck right off. An absolute disgusting piece of liberal vomit. She brings only misery, men are doing well to be rid of her. She used to be somewhat pretty, now I can’t stand the sight of her. She’s the monster from her movie made flesh..

    South Africa thanks you for taking her off our hands.

  183. Charles B says:

    Frank K, good point. Now that I think about it that way, he’s probably a DODO with one kid, which tells me a lot about him and his wife. And he dotes on the daughter because the wife is the type to only have one kid.

  184. Lost Patrol says:

    Charles B

    Now that I think about it that way, he’s probably a DODO with one kid, which tells me a lot about him and his wife.

    I think Frank K called it. Kruiser only makes reference to the one kid and an ex-wife.

    https://pjmedia.com/blog/liveblogevent/live-blog-208/entry-256035/

  185. vfm7916 says:

    @BillyS

    Yes, and you have my compassion. The risks are always there, and success is never assured.

  186. Frank K says:

    And he dotes on the daughter because the wife is the type to only have one kid.

    This does seem to be the norm in the UMC these days. They have one, because two or more would be to stressful given that their careers come first, not to mention the cost. It seems that every $200K+ couple I know has at most one kid, though there are outliers, especially when the UMC wife is stay at home.

  187. TheTraveler says:

    @Dale U
    Actually…look at MT 5:16, 1 TM 2, 1 TM 5. Those (and many more) say that good works are needed, too.

    We don’t really know that by “few,” Christ meant “almost nobody.” Translations of the Bible (including Luther’s, incidentally) deviate from previous versions, often because of vagaries of language, sometimes because of translator agenda. There are three different arrangements (that all say the EXACT same thing as a whole) of the Ten Commandments, for instance.

    Again: Humans are created by God to be weak and vulnerable, subject to frequent suffering and constant temptation (even the zealous St. Paul sinned). Humans have it a whole lot harder than angels, despite being (almost) infinitely weaker, than angels. Only one third of angels went to Hell–but almost all humans will?

    Only a pitiless ogre–like Zeus (or for that matter Allah)–would create uncounted creatures destined for eternal destruction. And all the Bible quotations, especially taking into account the thousands of years and a dozen (or more) translations (and especially interpretations) don’t explain the logical irrationality of this scenario. And God is supremely rational.

  188. Frank K says:

    would create uncounted creatures destined for eternal destruction

    The offer of salvation is for everyone. That so many have chosen and will choose to reject it does not discount divine mercy.

  189. TheTraveler says:

    @Frank K

    The God you present has created billions upon billions of vulnerable creatures, knowing that due to this vulnerability, almost all of them are doomed.

    It’s like a teacher giving a test that he knows all but a tiny handful of his students will pass: I gave them all the material they needed; it’s up to them to pass. Any teacher who knowingly gives a test too tough for all but a few students to pass is a bad, even wicked, teacher.

    Presumably God is infinitely wiser, more merciful, and more just than any earthly teacher. You don’t pass just because you show up. But I’m guessing God gives a lot more partial credit than some would think.

  190. Dale U says:

    In your teacher / bad test example, the teacher is deliberately making the test so hard that few will pass.
    With God however, the “pass” requirements are very low. Simply submit to God and believe. Not a high standard.
    Now yes, due to natural selfishness, many would choose to not obey. But that does not mean that the test is too hard. A better teacher/test example would be a teacher who has taken over a class of supremely lazy students. Despite making the test easy, the students still mostly fail.

    You are correct that we are called to work for God. But the Bible is also clear that the works we do, do NOT save us. Ephesians 2:8-10 is a favourite passage of mine, because that passage addresses both the idea that works do not save us, and also the idea that we are created to do good works. Yes, work. But no, the works do not save. Which is pretty good for us, as that would mean that we would have to work hard to meet the “passing grade”. Instead, we can submit and believe, be a fairly poor or middling student, and still get in to heaven.

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