MGTOW Shaming Lines Vol. 21 - "I'm Sad for How You View the World"
MGTOW men, welcome back, good to be back this time with volume number 21 of our shaming lines series. For those of you who are new to the series, I have 20 other parts in a playlist that you can check out if you want to. 

Today, I’ve got three more lines to share. One line will focus on the MGTOW man’s view of the world. The worldview that he has is viewed as a negative and painful worldview. 

The second one that I’ll look at is the line of plantation ushering. A majority of the shaming lines are centered on getting people back to the plantation. The thing is, most of the time, it has nothing to do with calculated or worthwhile purposes. Rather, it only has to do with mindlessness, not individualism. 

The third one that I’ll be looking at is one of the most basic forms of shaming, which is straw manning, ad hominem. Quite frankly, it’s the shaming that makes me laugh uncontrollably considering I know many men that are alphas in terms of physique, experience, work experience, intellect and status on the general social hierarchy. 

So, let’s get going -- and as always, I like to preface with the reasons for these shaming lines. Why do I go over these shaming lines? Going over something that you will receive, and you will receive this one way or another if you’re around long enough -- it may happen to me more since I am making content -- but, knowing that they will arrive your way helps you diffuse the validity, and it’s just a good intellectual reminder that when you go your own way, you don’t need to argue on behalf of anything at all, it’s all life argumentation right? Life résumé building. Bottom line there is nothing for us to defend. 

1) I’m sad for how you see the world

One of the things that I’m grateful for is that right now, I am able to go at the pace that I want to. My pace is set according to the speed limit that I set, not the speed limit that is set around me by the roads around me. You can drive the type of car that you want, drive it at the speed that you want and that will work for you, and be able to brake when you want, pull over when you want. 

This allows men that are able to live as such to be able to live in enjoy the world that has been created around them. The world is broken in more ways than it is fixed, I firmly believe that, but it doesn’t mean that we can’t enjoy the parts where we do revel in peace and bliss. The few places for me are in my thoughts, at night, in bed, thinking. Writing these videos, talking, commenting, communing with you guys. Enjoy some of my passions that I have, and doing everything that I can to enjoy the passions that I have to the utmost potential. 

A realistic view of the world is to see the world as a broken world, a fallen world. But, it is not to see the world as a world where there is nothing that you can do to improve yourself and do something with the time that you do have. The thing is, our margins for peace are small, but we are going our own way to secure the small pieces of land where peace resides. We are fighting by not fighting, and enjoying by not engaging. 

This is surely a different view of the world, and it’s a worldview and view of MGTOW that is not known by most people that are going to shame it. What most people won’t understand about MGTOW is that we men that are going our own way are building things that society would actually benefit from, we just aren’t taking any credit for it and we aren’t letting ourselves be used by society’s manipulation of our efforts. 

Because of this limited view, what MGTOW gets seen as subsequently is a worldview that is based on destruction. Therefore, we get this certain shaming line that I came across on in a forum that was responding to about a four-minute video made criticizing MGTOW as a hate group, as an alt-right branch. 

“I’m sad for how you see the world.”

Closely following this statement were a few other statements…”the level of negative energy is so powerful I get queasy...all they are doing is talking about women...MGTOW is linked to the’s a cesspit of’s really’s men losing their place at the top of the social hierarchy...they’re a really sad and pathetic group…”

The funny thing is, I’ve never once been called those things in real life. The reality is there isn’t enough of a dose of reality in what is perceived to be reality, therefore what is reality to most is not actually reality.

My worldview is neither positive nor negative. To you it may appear negative, that is because you are defining what is positive or negative based on your feelings, based on your emotions, based on what you think one should feel about something -- not about what is actually factual. Here it is facts over feelings. MGTOW is about deducing patterns, understanding the patterns and acting on the future according to what you know, nothing more, nothing less. It’s a group of men that are trying to gameplan, and we have removed emotion from it. I really don’t know what is negative about it. 

Sad in relation to a hollywood movie script? 

Sad in relation to society’s inability to be in solitude? 

Sad in relation to recognition and fleeting pleasure?

Maybe, but seeing things for how they are is pleasure. Seeing things that you want to see them despite none of it being true is fanciful to me. It’s a waste of time. 

“But, you have so much to offer”

Male disposability is linked to biology. It’s even linked to things like hybristophilia. A lot of things I suppose we even loathe as men have to do with biology, it’s just now, we are waking up to what those things are and how they’ve damaged things. 

Line number two for today…”but, you have so much to offer!”

That’s the second one on our docket, and I’m going to read a bit from an article titled, “why are more men waiting to marry?” from ABC News last year.

Men are waiting longer and longer for that first trip to the altar, and researchers at Rutgers University say they have figured out why.

Men don't need to get married to get what they want these days — mainly sex — so they feel comfortable in putting off that long term commitment until they have a few bucks in the bank, and a mortgage to pay off.

Those are among the conclusions in the latest annual report issued by the National Marriage Project at Rutgers, a long term research program aimed at understanding why marriage has declined in this country by one third since 1970.

More Mature — and Stubborn

"The good news is that men who marry later may be more financially stable and emotionally mature," says Popenoe. The bad news is they may be so set in their ways that they are lousy at making the compromises that help a marriage get over the rough spots.

The researchers conducted eight meetings with 60 "not-yet-married" men in northern New Jersey, Chicago, Washington, D.C., and Houston. The men were ages 25 to 33, and none of them were gay.

The researchers note that most people think it's men, not women, who are "dragging their feet about marriage," and they state "our investigation of male attitudes indicates that there is evidence to support this popular view." The primary reason given by men for taking their sweet time:

They can get sex without marriage more easily now than in the past.

And they aren't all that interested in having children anytime soon, which is of concern to the researchers because the biological clock is clicking on the women they will someday expect to mother their kids.

The researchers believe marriage has a much better chance of surviving if both partners expect it to last a lifetime. Attitude at the opening gun seems to be very important.

But here's a line from the report that is worth pondering:

"Men see marriage as a final step in a prolonged process of growing up."

Not surprisingly, some of the guys who participated in the project are still living with their parents.

Top 10 List

For the record, here are the 10 top reasons why men are "slow to commit:"

1. They can get sex without marriage more easily than in times past.

2. They can enjoy the benefits of having a wife by cohabiting rather than marrying.

3. They want to avoid divorce and its financial risks.

4. They want to wait until they are older to have children.

5. They fear that marriage will require too many changes and compromises.

6. They are waiting for the perfect soul mate, and she hasn't yet appeared.

7. They face few social pressures to marry.

8. They are reluctant to marry a woman who already has children.

9. They want to own a house before they get a wife.

10. They want to enjoy single life as long as they can.

Giving, giving, giving -- a man’s status is innately perceived, once he become an adult, to be derived from what he can offer. If they are to enjoy something without giving something, they are a selfish man. If a woman is to enjoy something without giving something it is to be empowered. See the disconnect. Also, I always preach this -- a single man doesn’t have to be single for selfish reasons. How I see it, if there are other people that I want to benefit in my life, hang out with, contribute to, and I deem it a worthwhile investment, I will benefit them in ways that I can. It’s not about just hoarding it up like Smaug in the bottom of the mountain as it’s perceived. It’s just the people that you invest into aren’t tied to you by the state and the courts.

You probably have never talked to women before

As you know, I’m not here to bash, but this is one of the most basic, ad hominem based arguments that I’ve seen against MGTOW and as a shaming line. It’s assuming that we have no experience, and it’s based on the belief that we are incels. No, it’s a belief that what many sages, monks and great thinkers have been saying for years is something that I want to heed. It’s not like I’m looking down on the married man either, I’m just building up the single man. 

And the thing is, nearly every view that I hold now in regards to MGTOW resided in me before dating and learning of MGTOW. The only other ingredient was dating, nearly becoming married, and having experience with women. That is the kicker. That was the ingredient I needed, not the fact that I didn’t have experience. If I didn’t have any experience, then, I probably wouldn’t be here making female nature analysis videos for guys that are looking for answers or maybe never had an uncle or father sit down with them and hash out these things about the modern world. That’s what blows my mind. You don’t talk about something without having experience with it, at least from how I see it. Thus, this one, you just have to let go and chalk it up to too much emphasis on external delineations of what MGTOW means to be related to how women are perceived in this philosophy. That’s just a small portion of it in my view. 

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