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A Theory For Where It All Went Wrong

31 Dec

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Reader electricangel, inspired by the story of Pajamaboy (born in the year of president Butt Naked, in pajamas, cradling a mug of hot cocoa, winner of the 2015 Most Punchable Shitlib Face contest), offers a theory for where it all went wrong.


“dear God, Where did we go wrong?”

Maybe sending our 27-year-old men in 1943 out to kill to make Eastern Europe safe for Stalinism, and to make China safe for Maoism had something to do with it? At a time when Europeans had begun to allow contraception (1930, Church of England), they still elected to kill off what Scrooge called “surplus population” and each other, and withdraw from the conquered planet that they had subdued.

PajamaBoy is what results when generation after generation you take the men whose high testosterone would have them reject a bad split in the ultimatum game and send them into a charnel pit…

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Posted by on December 31, 2015 in Uncategorized

 

5 responses to “A Theory For Where It All Went Wrong

  1. feeriker

    December 31, 2015 at 11:28 am

    Maybe sending our 27-year-old men in 1943 out to kill to make Eastern Europe safe for Stalinism, and to make China safe for Maoism had something to do with it? At a time when Europeans had begun to allow contraception (1930, Church of England), they still elected to kill off what Scrooge called “surplus population” and each other, and withdraw from the conquered planet that they had subdued.

    PajamaBoy is what results when generation after generation you take the men whose high testosterone would have them reject a bad split in the ultimatum game and send them into a charnel pit…

    Exactly. Cold, harsh truth that is fingernails-on-a-chalkboard to tradcon ears.

    Dear Tradcons: the “Pajama Boy” you so despise is merely an inevitable by-product of the incentives offered by the socioeconomic environment that YOU helped create. Of course you no more understand the concept of “incentives” than you do the differences between the sexes or market economics (all of your empty rhetoric to the contrary notwithstanding). Pajama Boy is supposed to “man up and mule up” because … well, because penis. How dare he prioritize his own interests when there’s an entitled feminized civilization out there demanding his perpetual indentured servitude!

     
  2. Will S.

    December 31, 2015 at 1:40 pm

    “Pajama Boy is supposed to “man up and mule up” because … well, because penis. How dare he prioritize his own interests when there’s an entitled feminized civilization out there demanding his perpetual indentured servitude!”

    Ha! 🙂

    Neo-con tribe member Dennis Prager:

    http://www.nationalreview.com/article/429065/not-ready-get-married-trap

    In addition, at least two bad things happen the longer you wait to get “ready” to be married.

    One is that, if you are a woman, the number of quality single men declines. Among deniers of unpleasant realities — people known as progressives, leftists, and feminists — this truth is denied and labeled “sexist.” But, as Susan Patton, a Princeton graduate, wrote in a letter to the editor titled “Advice for the young women of Princeton: the daughters I never had,” published in Princeton’s student newspaper: “Find a husband on campus before you graduate. . . . You will never again be surrounded by this concentration of men who are worthy of you.”

    Clueless, like every other neo-cuck.
    .

     
  3. Eric

    January 2, 2016 at 7:52 am

    Will: I’ve had a theory about this. If you look at North America from the mid 19th to the mid 20th Century, you see this:

    Canada: Highest per capita casualty rate in both World Wars and many in Korea.

    USA: Civil War 1861-65; Spanish-American War (1898); WW1, WW2, Korea, and Vietnam—approx. 7 million total casualties.

    Mexico: War with France 1862-1865; two bloody and protracted civil wars 1865-1872 and 1911-1929.

    And in Europe:

    Britain: Crimea, the Boer War, WW1, WW2, Korea

    France: Crimea, the Franco-Prussian War, WW1, WW2, Korea, Vietnam

    Belgium: WW1, WW2, the Congo War

    Spain: Spanish-American War; Moorish Rebellion: Spanish Civil War 1936-39

    Italy: Civil War 1866-1871; Libyan War; WW1; Italo-Ethiopian War; WW2

    We look at this, and see that during a roughly 100 year period, the West lost approximately 30 or 40 million of its best men from the gene pool.

     
  4. Will S.

    January 2, 2016 at 8:14 am

    Indeed, Eric. That cannot not have had a detrimental effect.

     

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