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Red Pill TheoryEscaping The Pleasure Palace (self.TheRedPill)

submitted by Senior Contributor: "The Court Jester"GayLubeOil - announcement

January is here, which means it's time for everyone to make New Year's resolutions! Married Fat Dad Pill has to figure out how to get in shape without disrupting the goofy beer dad lifestyle. Feminists are doing their best to make Western women even more sterile and undateable. Self Help Motivation Sphere is gonna say some shit about one percent improvement everyday or whatever. Everybody wants to make a better horse carriage. But nobody wants to make the car. In other words, everybody wants to play within their rules. Nobody wants a Red Pill.

A Red Pill is a radical rejection of the system. In fact we're so good at rejecting the system, that the system went out of their way to try to de-radicalize us. First there was the Good Man Project. Then they deployed the term Toxic Masculinity to shame us. When that didn't work they set up a quarantine. Now if you want to read a GaylubeOil masterpiece you have to click through a warning that says something to the effect of: Are you sure you want to hang out with Toxic Bad Boys? Wouldn't you rather compliment our Gone Wild Butt Sluts or discuss video games?

The whole thing has an infantilizing maternal quality to it. Reddit Mommy knows best, because you're her little boy. If anyone finds out that you're a Red Pill Bad Boy they're gonna tell Reddit Mommy, or Twitter Mommy, or YouTube Mommy or any number of other technocratic Robo Mommies. What if your no one's little boy, but your own man? When did you agree to abide by Mommy Morality?

The problem is that the logos of matriarchy is the logos of castration. When anything is sublimated to female logic it becomes stagnant, boring, rule bound and standardized. Let's run through some examples. The more women participate in a conversation the less original it is. Ocasio Cortez is pedaling a flat middle school socialism because she's duller and less outgoing then Fidel Castro. Hollywood is in an uncreative dark age ever since it replaced their Jew perverts with fat unqualified women. The University has been stripped of controversial discourse and vigour. Why? Because female intelligence is clustered around the mean and women prefer stability to discovery. Women are the harbingers of “stagnant productivity”, busy work which ultimately results in nothing.

This is the environment that modern men grew up in and spend the majority of their time: a mommy approved daycare where everyone and their feelings are safe. The external environment of the modern man is mirrored in his internal environment. Internally the modern man is a permanent child. The modern man doesn't want to fight compete or struggle. He wants to have fun. He castrates himself so he can stay in mommy daycare forever and never have to endure the hardships of masculinity.

The modern man is in a state of passive stupor, obsessive pleasure seeking, impotence, and depression. He's a child who's been left at the daycare too long. He's bored of playing but doesn't know how or have the drive to do anything else. He wants to climb out of the pleasure pit but he also wants to pleasure himself while he does it. That why AskTRP is on the constant lookout for fun ways to be alpha. Fun alpha movies, fun alpha pick up lines and books but only if they are fun easy to comprehend and alpha! This hedonic dysphoria is a prison without walls because it's self imposed.

The only way out of Mommy Daycare FunZone is to consciously reject it. Maybe start by telling yourself that you're a grown ass man who doesn't need to be having fun all the time. A lot of possibilities become available when you don't spend hours smiling at a fluorescent screen. Life is a struggle in which man must win himself a worthy place in the world, whether physically, intellectually or artistically. Ultimately you have two choices. You can either jerk off to the lives of others, never having lived your own. Or be a toxic Red Pill bad boy and live your own life outside Mommy Daycare FunZone.


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[–]ReefaShark 208 points209 points  (32 children)

The modern man is in a state of passive stupor, obsessive pleasure seeking, impotence, and depression

The most succinct sentence of 2019 so far. I also enjoyed “stagnant productivity”, the nuance is difficult to put into words before reading it. Great post

[–]Wabbajak 36 points37 points  (30 children)

I mean real scientific breakthroughs and powerful technological advances have become less frequent since the time right after WW2. I'm not saying there aren't any major scientific breakthroughs and technological advances anymore, I'm saying they have become less frequent.

The biggest factor of progress is money: We've made progress regarding computing power (Moore's law) and maybe AI, so that Zuckerberg can get money from personalized ads for women uploading nudes and men masturbating to these nudes.

Taking modern physics as an example, recent and nonetheless significant progress has been made in the last decades, but real scientific breakthroughs as in the good old days of the early 20th century have been scarce. Quantum mechanics is still in a state of whining it has lost the grand players like Heisenberg, Schrödinger, Dirac or Einstein. Feynman's quantum field theory lectures of the early 1960s are still the best resource for learning about the topic.

Edit: It could also be the result of the fact that the world is becoming more complex and progress is coming at a slower rate as a natural consequence of this, but I'm being unsure here.

[–]Dash_of_islam 13 points14 points  (3 children)

There were huge frontiers in technology that we're discovered last century

Going from analog to digital was a complete upheaval of the way things were built and worked

The next one would be like robotic body parts better than ours or advanced computer chips to make our brains run better.

That kind of stuff will change the world next, but who knows when that hits.

It's like a lot happens when you discover an island, but then it slows down until you find a new island to explore

[–]TheObservationalist 3 points4 points  (0 children)

Don't worry. China is on it with CRISPR.

[–]Andrew54321 2 points3 points  (1 child)

Computer chips at a nano or pico level cannot compare with a healthy well maintained human brain.

In order for the comparison to be worthwhile, a chip that changes its circuitry (can be done with multiple switches... which would increase its size) would need to be developed and not be attacked by the immune system.

Biotech is coming

[–]Dash_of_islam 3 points4 points  (0 children)

I don't know this stuff. I was just throwing out an idea, that whatever the next frontier is, it will seem like magic to people in 2019 and we probably can't even imagine it.

I am excited by those prosthetics that can be controlled by your brain. When that shit gets good, imagine all the military vets that will get their lives back.

What a time to be alive

[–]dgrawrpla 9 points10 points  (1 child)

If you think that Feynman's QFT lectures are still the best source, you have no business commenting on the progress of physics. Pick up a book on the geometry and topology of fibre bundles then move on to read a text on modern QFT thank me later.

[–]Wabbajak 1 point2 points  (0 children)

I said it is still the best source for learning about QFT, however, I should have stated in terms of an introductory course. If you want to dig deeper, nothing beats a good book though.

[–]BillyRedRocks 29 points30 points  (12 children)

OR maybe because the worlds bestest country has aborted like 5 thousand Einsteins and those that survived have been trying to set their dick on fire to big titty hentai

[–]strayaura 7 points8 points  (0 children)

So, we're blaming things on Germany again??

[–]Proto_Sigma 28 points29 points  (1 child)

Abortion is terrible, but the intelligence is highly heritable and dumber people are on average far more likely to have an abortion. We have lost a great deal, but I'd be skeptical of losing 5,000 Einsteins- even losing 5 seems like a stretch.

[–]1empatheticapathetic 17 points18 points  (0 children)

I’m not sure dumber people are more likely to have an abortion. They usually have multiple children and make less effort in raising them compared to a ‘smarter’ family/woman who usually has one child and maximises their own personal freedom in their earlier years aka many abortions.

But there’s no guarantee more abortions mean anything. It’s not a controlled variable.

[–]FKaroundNfindOUT 1 point2 points  (8 children)

OR maybe because the worlds bestest country has aborted like 5 thousand Einsteins and those that survived have been trying to set their dick on fire to big titty hentai

This assumes einstein was genetically superior to the average modern human. Was he? Perhaps he had achieved mastery in his field and asked the right questions.

[–]p3n1x 1 point2 points  (6 children)

Dude worked for the patent office at just the right time also...

[–]FKaroundNfindOUT 1 point2 points  (4 children)

Sure. Are you saying he gained something other than thinking time by doing so?

[–]p3n1x 2 points3 points  (3 children)

Absolutely. He had access to completed work/ideas. It would be like having access to the World Wide Web decades ahead of everyone else, and he was already smart.

[–]FKaroundNfindOUT 5 points6 points  (1 child)

Ok. Maybe a rudimentary version of the local web, but everything I've read which mentions it describes the job as low paying and extremely simple which allowed him to survive while devoting large portions of his days to reasoning out his theories on relativity and violin playing. Regardless of resources, I'm attempting to make a case for a mastery of critical thought through long practice rather than inharent genetic genius.

[–]p3n1x 2 points3 points  (0 children)

He didn't work at a patent office in downtown Kewaunee, Wisconsin. He was in Bern, Switzerland.

Averaging out the amount of silver/gold the franc could buy in 1902 and comparing it to the dollar of today, AE made roughly $40k USD at the age of 23 and as a single male with no debt and minimal responsibilities. His friend basically got him the job (who you know lesson). But AE killed it there, and literally read peoples ideas all day long. AE had to know the law and technical specifications, which did nothing but further sharpen his mental sword. Yeah, some patents were simple (to Einstein, not common people) other patents were badass as hell. He was also passed up for promotion because he sucked at understanding "machines". Not to mention he was surrounded by some of the most advanced clocks and time theory patents while working there ;).

I highly recommend you actually research the patents he worked on instead of "claiming to read something". You wouldn't have made that comment.

large portions of his days

He practiced 8 / 8 / 8, balance. Work, research, sleep. Yes, he worked on his personal ideas at the job when he could, his environment certainly didn't hurt.

mastery of critical thought

Exactly what his job at the Bern Patent Office would offer.

inharent genetic genius

Considering the guy could scan his buddy Grossmann's notes and pass tests show's he had some 'above average' mental talents.

"How did Einstein arrive at his most beautiful theories in the Patent Office between 1902 and 1905? Einstein did not quite tell his close friends and people who interviewed him about this period of his scientific life. We can only speculate according to sporadic evidence, which is sometimes contradictory."