Why this blog, why do I maintain it…why does anyone care?
I remember when the Troll King commented on my blog and gave me an encouraging word when I was just starting out. Thank you TK, your words mean the world to me. And many thanks to the Hawaiian Libertarian for adding me to his blogroll as well, thanks for giving me a chance, I appreciate it. I didn’t know why I was even starting a blog when there where so many already out there.
Now I do.
Why…because I was a meager Mangina who was schlubbing through this world looking for the key information to please women and came away with an ammo box full of blanks. The wrong information I can assure you but it didn’t matter, I continued trying anyway. Now, at 35 years old, I realize that I was asleep at the wheel during a critical phase of my life…but I’m still on the road driving.
As I read the Spearhead and other MRA sites, I begin to realize one very important thing; that even though I had my eyes closed, things could have been a whole world worse for me and I didn’t even comprehend what was even at stake. How did I navigate through this minefield like I had? Some would say that I’m still in the thick of things, and others would say that I’m raising children, which aren’t mine. Correct on both counts of course, and sure there is still time on the clock before things could go south, but even at this ‘young’ stage I’m at, I already have friends who haven’t been married as long who have seen their lives crash and burn in front of them or even have partners who are as willing as mine has been. Due to this ‘progressive’ society and female entitlement, their lives have turned out for the worst and they didn’t have any warning as they still lived in the past as far as their expectations where concerned.
Why am I writing this blog? Because I gambled and I came out with my head, others weren’t so lucky and I want to help all the young people out there just like me who do wish to get married, but have their heads filled with tripe in terms of how the world actually works. I personally believe that if you save even one person, then you save their whole world, cliché but this is what I believe. One person can indeed affect many people’s lives, I have learned this the hard way and I hope others don’t have to do the same.
I believe in marriage as an institution, but I also believe that nowadays, men should indeed avoid marriage or use adequate (and I mean heavy duty) due diligence in finding a worthy woman. I believe that when you marry and have kids that they are your prime responsibility. I’m using my own bias in this determination as I have had experience with young children before and adolescent lives are indeed are very heavy task to take care of. What’s the difference between a young woman on the right track and a teenaged mother? I can tell you through experience, not very much without the proper guidance.
I believe that young men are the backbone of this society and that there is a lack of good male role models in which to teach them right from wrong. Don’t ask me how I know this but male role models are essential to a young man growing up healthy and happy. Watch your child who is scared about their upcoming performance in a school play and then pay attention as they look into your eyes and then they calm down. I’m not joking when I say that!!
I believe that even though I’m not a Christian, that men should be the head of their households as they are born to lead, women are born to follow. Men are blessed with their pragmatic and logical natures and not swayed as easily by emotion as women tend to be. We men don’t recognize just how selfless we are in normal life as the media paints a very good picture of how horrible, useless, and tyrannical we are. I’ve begun to take the lead of my own household, funny how things are working better now that I have done so, and I’m just getting started.
I believe that there is a collapse of epic proportions coming and that men need to take advantage of this opportunity to teach our young men coming behind us about what it means to actually be a man as the current circumstances binds our hands. Speaking about the elites at this time can be dangerous, especially if you already have a family, but in time, we may be able to seize the moment and lead young men into becoming the leaders they where meant to be.
What I wish to do with this blog is assist the hopeless betas out there who where just like me, aimless yet wanting to share their lives with a worthy woman. As a man who wishes to get married, there are indeed rights we have, but as a betas, we don’t think we have any say in the matter much less any reason to even ask in the first place.
My aim now is to illuminate as much as I can in terms of how the world works to any young men who will listen. I will show my stepson what I know, but the main part there is how I treat his mother and how I take the lead. There are too many good men out there that haven’t the foggiest clue as to what the world will take from them and they are unwittingly lying down on train tracks as it comes to run them over and they haven’t the foggiest clue what is at stake.
No one taught me, but I’m unscathed for reasons I cannot relate here, what about the rest? Someone has to look out for them, as they haven’t a clue what is after them!!!

About Omnipitron

Happily Married black man with ADHD in Canada trying to navigate this world despite being knee deep in Misandry
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1 Response to Why

  1. Keoni Galt says:

    My pleasure Omnipitron. I add anyone to my blogroll who I find has written something I find worthwhile and agree with at least on some level or another.Keep up the good blogging.

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