Sunday, March 19, 2017

Vox Popoli: Red pill and the Alt-Right

Red pill and the Alt-Right
Many men ask me how they can red-pill the women in their lives. I suspect everyone is a little different, but Tara McCarthy said on Gab that this is the video that did it for her:

For some reason, cucks and cons don't argue that we should leave the mentally handicapped and crazy people to their own devices, and indeed, should practice affirmative action to ensure that they are represented in appropriately statistical proportions in science, academia, corporate boards, and publishing. But, for some reason, they insist that this is not only desirable, but a moral imperative when it comes to a group of people with an average IQ of 70. It is ironic, to say the least.

Now, I have to admit, I don't personally tend to perceive one group of people as being all that very much different than the next. Whether they are "low-IQ" Africans or "high-IQ" Jews, they all tend to look more or less the same - which is to say, functionally retarded - from my UHIQ perspective. MPAI. However, it is readily observable that every human society is primarily shaped by three factors:
  1. Average IQ
  2. Structural support for systematically exploiting the conceptual contributions of the intellectual extreme.
  3. Spiritual self-confidence
All the various theories about the superiority or inferiority of one form of government, religion, ideology or another largely boil down to how it affects those three factors. The current problem with the West, of course, is that all three factors have been undermined. The trend is downward.

To save the West, those three factors must be successfully addressed. Everything else is secondary at best. Which, of course, is why the Alt-Right, and the Christian Alt-Right in particular, that currently offers the only solution for saving it.