Another good piece at Alternative Right

It is indeed time for Christians to find their balls (or ovaries). I have always been bothered by the sappiness and defeatism of a lot of my fellow Christian men. We have to be prepared to enter all the arenas of life and tell the truth unflinchingly. The first thing we must abandon is euphemism and pretence.

10 responses to this post.

  1. It is good to see that you have your own blog now. 🙂


  2. I am not sure that it is a blog so much as a collection of links, including to some of my comments on other blogs.

    BTW, my wife has discovered my blog commenting. That was interesting!


  3. Hahaha. The great thing about “ice the bitch” is, my gf knows exactly how it works, she’s explained it to me, and it still works.

    I decided a while ago that if I’m ever confronted by anyone with whom I’m in a close relationship, romantic or otherwise, about my writing, that’s what I’ll employ.

    It sends a message loud and clear: Our relationship is not so important to me that the threat of its loss can move me to explain myself.

    As far as I’m concerned, that goes double for family. They’re blood and I expect more. If they’re willing to throw me under the bus out of loyalty to their SWPL bullshit, they’re worse than scum and I’ll gladly see them rot in hell.

    I know exactly what it feels like to have the whole world turn against you for saying the truth, and I’ll watch with eyes glinting black and a sardonic smirk on the day Christ razes this planet to its filthy crust.

    Good post. Step one is eliminating all the “guidance of the Holy Spirit” hokey bullshit that betas use to justify and ennoble their passive failure lives.


  4. ” We have to be prepared to enter all the arenas of life and tell the truth unflinchingly. The first thing we must abandon is euphemism and pretence.”

    Just read that a little more closely.

    You might want to hold back on certain truths.

    No sense winding up a severed head on a stripper’s platter… if you catch my drift.


  5. Oh, I think she knows my views pretty well. Women are going to get upset about something. You might as well give them something to get upset about. Your wife being annoyed with you is pretty much SOP for a good marriage. I always quote Machiavelli at her, “It is better for a ruler to be hated than to be held in contempt.”

    You are quite right, Joseph, about “game” working even if a woman understands it. As I said at another place, a man may know all about how a push-up bra works, but it still works its magic on him.


  6. Haha, great points, well put. That’s hilarious that you quote the Prince to her.


  7. Posted by Steve on November 5, 2010 at 11:46 am

    I have a friend that keeps telling me to write a book on Christian/Catholic Game. I tell him how women are. I rant. He laughs. He tries it and is amazed.

    I have read quite a bit of edgy stuff. There are basic psychological truths but it is often taken to an extreme. I look at things quite a bit differently than most people, because I test things. I have a theory that many desires are pushed to the fringes and so understanding the motivation of people at the fringe helps to understand the hidden desires and motivations of “normal people.” (As if any of us are normal, LOL)

    Most Christian men that I try to steer onto a better path, just think that I am anti-woman. Most men would rather let women manipulate them than learn a different approach. The mental gyrations and religious arguments to negate or dismiss Game are amazing.

    Most Christian men readily dismiss advice on how women behave and how to manipulate women while maintaining integrity for the overall happiness and good of the man, the woman and the children.

    Game includes some manipulation. Done right, it increases a woman’s trust in her man. Manipulation is not exploitation. Exploitation only applies if the man is manipulations solely for his own purposes (like Gaming a woman to get in her pants or under her skirt). A man’s nature is actually benevolent. Game can and should be used with INTEGRITY.

    Who would ever say that women do not manipulate men? Yet women are never criticized for this, and her manipulation causes everyone to become unhappy and often eventually leads to divorce. This happens in Christian marriages at about the same rate.

    Single men first developed “Game”… to pick up and bed women. “Game” has now been studied and expanded by married men, but far too few Christians or Catholics. Game is effective and I think it recaptures many masculine teachings that have been lost in the past 100 years as men have more and more catered to women. Feminism seemed like a good idea, but no one is happy anymore. I have personally incorporated “Game” with Theology of the Body, basic theology, knowledge of Borderline Personality Disorder, and a bit of Socionomics (behavior of society and masses over short and long periods).

    Men are addressing the issues of the demise of society and lack of good women in many places on the internet. It is mostly not Christian men taking the lead on this. Many Christian men say they seek a “good Christian wife.” In my experience many such women are sanctimonious and use their religion to justify their unconscious feminist belief that women are spiritually and morally superior to men. I think it would be better for ALL men to seek a woman that has the ability to be led. Christian women tend to dominate in marriages with both Christian and non-Christian men. If she can be led and the man can lead her, she will be a good wife that will soon be a happy Christian wife.

    Most people do not want to hear these things and quickly disregard them. People would rather cling to their beliefs and view of the world and remain miserable. Changing is too scary!

    I have a concept “Jesus Knew Game” based on the way that Jesus talked with women in the Bible stories. (No, He didn’t have sex.) Jesus was not “nice.” He never let a woman have the “frame.” He never responded in an expected manner but always got to the heart of the matter. Jesus was not sweet when it came to women. But it was very effective!

    I have learned much since my divorce and because of the trials of an unhappy marriage. Now it is sometimes like I see the Matrix and could use this ability to have my way with women. I have seen it work and it scares me. As a divorced man, having serial woman is not what I want, but I could.


  8. That is very interesting, Steve, and I agree with most of it. I cannot understand this tendency, which seems to be strong in America, not so much here in Australia, to pedestalise women. I find the idea that Christianity implies female moral superiority quite bizarre. Scripture makes it quite clear that “the woman sinned first and became a transgressor” and “the head of every woman is the man”. Both Protestants and Catholics have this in their theology, officially. Yet women seem to ignore all that and kid themselves that they are “better” than men. I suppose they feel that men have ruled for a long time and made mistakes. It is very easy to be wise after the event. I don’t notice women doing better when they get power. Rather worse, actually.

    That is an interesting point about Christ. He spoke very directly to people, men and women. But he certainly did not spare women’s feelings. No disrespect intended, but He was perhaps a master of the “neg”.


  9. Posted by Steve on November 5, 2010 at 10:49 pm

    I never understood this passage until I learned Game.

    Matthew 15:22-28

    And behold, a Canaanite woman from that region came out and cried, “Have mercy on me, O Lord, Son of David; my daughter is severely possessed by a demon.” But he did not answer her a word.
    And his disciples came and begged him, saying, “Send her away, for she is crying after us.”
    He answered, “I was sent only to the lost sheep of the house of Israel.”
    But she came and knelt before him, saying, “Lord, help me.”
    And he answered, “It is not fair to take the children’s bread and throw it to the dogs.”
    She said, “Yes, Lord, yet even the dogs eat the crumbs that fall from their masters’ table.”
    Then Jesus answered her, “O woman, great is your faith! Be it done for you as you desire.” And her daughter was healed instantly.

    This is the neg. This is demonstrating higher value. This is holding the frame. This is banter. BEAUTIFUL, but totally confusing without knowledge of Game. Powerful on so many levels.


  10. I suspect that Christ was teasing when he spoke to the Canaanite woman. Teasing her roughly. It was the same, perhaps, when he basically said to his mother, at the wedding in Cana, “Don’t bug me, woman”.

    I think he treated women appropriately. Not as men (and potential disciples) but as women (potential followers). He was not cruel to women, but he was not sentimental. He made it clear that women had souls to save, and could be both bad and good. As Alte, a sometime female blogger, says, he had “groupies” – the women who followed him and “ministered” to him. I don’t mean sexual groupies, of course, but women who admired him as a man, and liked looking after him and being with him.


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