Q predicted a week to remember … many people would say they delivered

Due to sheer laziness, I did not try to update this blog to reflect the biggest stories day by day. Now that the week is just about over, I hope to have some perspective on whether it was really a “week to remember.”

Anons on the chans have been talking about the following stories:

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The real way to lose is to grow addicted to fear – and other thoughts from the manosphere – part 2 of 2

Originally published 2014 Feb 05:

Sunshine Mary has taken exception to Runs On Magic.


Runs On Magic wrote:

I actually want children and family someday. As I see it now, the best strategy is to become high status, have abundance with women, and eventually pull the best one from a traditional culture.

I commented:

Your plan *might* work. If the traditional culture is strong enough to raise good girls to marriageable age, and also weak enough to prevent you from stealing those girls, you should be able to succeed. Russia and the Philippines are reasonable places to try such a plan.

The problem, however, is that the traditional culture might actually be strong enough to lynch an outsider who thinks he can stroll in and steal a bride.

Look at the Amish and the Mormons. They’re very traditional. They have reasonable birth rates. They don’t make it easy for outsiders to roll in a grab a woman.

I should have added that I don’t know of any Amish people who actually lynched an outsider. I think they’re a bit more subtle than that.

Hunting for Archetypes wrote:

I’ve been having more and more discussions with Atheists about this whole God thing, and I’ve found the typical assumption is anyone pro-Christian is obviously a Bible Thumping Zealot.  And I think that’s fucking ridiculous.  It’s reductio ad absurdum, or whatever.

Here’s the thing.  I’m one of those newly convinced guys, after looking into this stuff more out of interest in the story and my typical love for conspiracy theory type stuff.  I’ve also seen more than my fair share of Biblical quotes in the Manosphere drawing parallels to Game Theory, as well as a virulent, almost rabid hatred of anything Christian both in the general culture and more specifically (and more vitriolically) from ‘Atheists’.


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The real way to lose is to grow addicted to fear – and other thoughts from the manosphere – part 1 of 2

Originally published 2014 Feb 05:

In the context of alternative media sources such as Alex Jones, EK wrote:

By telling these people ‘econ collapse! obama is a muslim! etc etc’ you get caught up on these sideline stories, all to distract you and make you ADDICTED TO FEAR. … The real way we ‘lose’ though is to be endlessly concerned, that is where they want you.  When you are scared you can be controlled.



That thought formed an interesting frame for some other comments and plans for action from the manosphere.
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Pieczenik comments on the Mossad connection

B’Man has commented:
What amazes me is that we are to believe that the new jew guard will be better than the old jew guard.
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the systematic destruction of the OLD GUARD.

Q wrote:
You are witnessing the greatest ‘coordinated’ misinformation attack (campaign) ever to be launched against the public – all in an effort to protect themselves from prosecution (public exposure) and regain power (control).
[Attempted removal of the duly elected President of the United States by illegal [manufactured] means]
They believed they could win [con] public support by controlled assets (media, tech, H-wood…).
These controlled assets set out to immediately create division through the use of a pre_designed misinformation campaign.
Groups such as ‘Antifa’ were funded and formed to prevent and/or lessen the appeal for ‘regular’ hard working Americans to gather and express non_narrative viewpoints.
Control of this ‘projected narrative’ depends primarily on their ability to ‘con’ the masses into thinking they are the majority.
The mindset of most: If the majority of people believe ‘this’, than ‘this’ must be more true than ‘that’ [CIA_CLAS 1-99_56_Human_Psych_&_Emotional_Distress_IIED].
Without public support – they are powerless.
We, the People, hold the power.
— That whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the Right of the People to alter or to abolish it, and to institute new Government, laying its foundation on such principles and organizing its powers in such form, as to them shall seem most likely to effect their Safety and Happiness. Prudence, indeed, will dictate that Governments long established should not be changed for light and transient causes; and accordingly all experience hath shewn that mankind are more disposed to suffer, while evils are sufferable than to right themselves by abolishing the forms to which they are accustomed. But when a long train of abuses and usurpations, pursuing invariably the same Object evinces a design to reduce them under absolute Despotism, it is their right, it is their duty, to throw off such Government, and to provide new Guards for their future security.
You are witnessing the systematic destruction of the OLD GUARD.

And furthermore:
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