The Canary In the Coal Mine;

Not sure how many have heard that term before, many may not know where it originated from. See, Canaries where used as an early warning in the early low-tech days of Coal Mining. Since Canaries sing quite a bit of the time and are more sensitive to toxic gases, when the Canary stopped singing, it was time for the miners to high tail it outta there before the deadly and invisible fumes killed them too. A passage from Wikipedia also has another ominous meaning to it as follows;
“Hence, the phrase “canary in a coal mine” is frequently used to refer to a person or thing which serves as an early warning of a coming crisis.”

It has been said many times on the manosphere that the Black community is this self same canary for other races as we spelunk this coalmine called Feminism. However, our female counterparts seem oblivious to the toxic gases which fill their lungs as they bray on and on about fishes, bicycles, and empowerment.

Adonis linked me these two videos by Rick Scorpio which highlight the current issues between contemporary Black men and women and the negative consequences women now face due to their prior choices. No lie, these two videos literally gave me chills as I watched them because everything save the Katrina experience I’ve personally witnessed in my own life. For the record, I don’t live in an American ghetto, I grew up in a relatively safe Canadian Suburb 45 minutes West of Toronto yet I still bore witness to the plague which has befallen Western Society regardless.

Listen gang, it’s one thing to read about the stats and reports about the situation, it’s another to see it first hand. This is just me, but the reality on the ground has always had more of an effect than statistics alone. When the stats bolster the ROG, then it hits like a freight train. My younger bro and I where the ‘nice Blacks’ in high school and neither of us could catch a black girl to save our lives. We were invisible, obviously not ‘thug’ enough so not worth any attention. My older sister was actually accosted once and accused of being ‘white washed’, which was a more up to date version of being an ‘Uncle Tom’. My sister asked why.

I wish I was making this up.
She was accused of being a ‘sellout’ because…she regularly went to class.

My older sis was another story altogether. She hooked up with some Black girls in the senior grades who where exactly like the typical Black girls Rick Scorpio talked about. Uppity, entitled, and constantly harping about how bad Black men where and how they needed to ‘man up and treat them better’. My sis wasn’t like them, but their attitudes (and resulting relationship status) weren’t lost on her either.

Those two girls where single throughout most of high school, no surprise there.

Scorpio is also bang on with the former cock carousel riders and the latent desire for ‘nice guys’ well after the fact, been there and done that personally. Had a comment thrown at me from a group of upset Black women years ago when I was dating Ex#1 for obvious reasons. I just shook my head at the irony. Ex#1 had heard it, I hadn’t but at the time I wondered what the deal was? Black girls didn’t and wouldn’t give my bro or I the time of day just a few years prior, yet got upset that I started dating the women who actually paid me attention.

The situation would be funny if people weren’t actually suffering.

As for finding God well after it’s ‘too late’, yeah, seen that too. I have many relatives who are single and immerse themselves in the church now and their lives mirror exactly what Scorpio has stated. I’ve one Aunt who had three illegitimate children way back in the 60’s (yeah I know, holy @#$%). I’ve been told that even at such an early time that there was still a guy who wanted her despite her situation and pursued her regardless.

Yet, (sadly) she was unmoved, she found another ‘thug’ and had child number four…and this White Knight had enough and finally bounced.

She’s been single ever since…and is the most devout Christian I’ve ever met. It get’s worse, the fruit doesn’t fall far from the tree and unfortunately two of her daughters met not so great dudes who later split. They too are single, one on her way to becoming a bishop. You know, I’m not saying this to bag on my family, I’m telling you this because of one thing and one thing alone, the world doesn’t care who we are, it doesn’t care what our desires are or what we’ve done. The world just does what it always does and we can either accept it and try to make things better, or we can ignore it and take our chances. I’m very upset that many in my family had such a hard go, but their choices undoubtedly influenced their outcome.

Early thug chasing leads to late ‘good’ men yearning, I’ve seen it so often it no longer even shocks me anymore. The negative effect of rejecting men as fathers simply compounds the problem and now we have a situation where thugs are produced en masse while good men become more and more rare. So what do Black women have to show for it after all these years of making Enemies out of true future partners? While Black men are arrested and jailed in increasing numbers, Black women wail and scream about the lack of good men available to them. Rick Scorpio is right on the money when he states that after years of being told us Black men aren’t necessary, we finally bounced to ‘greener pastures’.

Did it not occur to anyone that a Black man marrying interracial is in reality going his own way? How is a Black man marrying a White woman and different than a White man getting a mail order bride?

Well Black ladies, you got what you wanted, are you now stating it wasn’t what you desired after all? Heck, Black men lamenting the state of relations between them and Black women is hardly a new thing, Obsidian has been on about this for years, as have others. Those if you want black men to change, give them reason too. To expect them to ignore the thug life and embrace responsibility while Black women remain critical and abrasive is expecting something for nothing.

Nothing in this life is free, nothing.

It was that exact attitude which drove Black men away from you ladies in the first place; more of it won’t bring them back. To the Black ladies, learn from the mistakes of your older sisters and mothers. Black men are the sellers of commitment to Black women and denigrating them isn’t getting you anywhere. You have some responsibility in this mess, own it and learn from it.

To White western women, take a good, long look. What you’re seeing is actually the Canary in the Mineshaft of your very own situation in the future. Blacks are merely a few decades ahead of you in terms of future regression. Sure, some of you are full of hubris thinking that you’re immune and that it won’t happen to you or that men are just trying to scare you. Just one thing to say about that…

Black women thought the same exact thing…where are THEY now?


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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16 Responses to The Canary In the Coal Mine;

  1. Adonis says:

    THAT was scary… a shout out… Literally I use your blogroll to keep up on the white man's gripe with is feminist white women…I listen to RickScorpio because I enjoy his accent…I teared up on the Titanic video… It just hurts when as a man you have to betray your instincts to protect women when women use & abuse those instincts…I'll be okaySSTTE

  2. Legion says:

    I'm living in another state with my brother and his wife. Don't have the sound connected on my computor yet and will listen to them later.What you say rings true. Even in the 'white' manosphere there is talk that the condition of the black families is what feminism is drivng all families to. (Apparently asians will be last into the pit.)The article about ex1 sounds like some of my younger days too.

  3. Omnipitron says:

    @ AdonisDude, it's heart wrenching at times. As men we don't contemplate the finality of a woman's appeal to men and their situation. Heck, as men I bet we don't even realize it when some young woman,or just a woman period (and I don't care what age you are as a man) gives you attention. the bottom line is that we still have something to offer a woman so we have a choice whether to pursue or not. Women DO NOT HAVE THAT SAME CHOICE past a certain age, and that age is ridiculously low!!!When I look at my family and some of the choices they have made, it does make me want to cry, for women certain choices can never be taken back and sometimes those same choices are game changers which disqualifies them from the future.I'd always thought that when the sh!t hits the fan, I will do whatever I have to in order to ensure my families safety, but other women, single women, sorry, I'll have my hands full. Man, all I can say is that if women really comprehended the effects of feminism on the men in their lives and by extension how it would later affect them, women all around the world would tell feminist's to shut their freaking mouths!!!

  4. Omnipitron says:

    @ LegionHope things are going well with you my man. Dude, what I've seen amongst blacks I see growing amongst whites and it's positively scary. I'm now seeing white baby momma's with not just ONE kid, try two or maybe three, all with different fathers!!I see them at the club trying to leverage their looks into getting a man to commit to them and all I can do is shake my head. There's a few who frequent the club I work at…brace yourself…NONE are older than 26.It's a goddamn disgrace. Blacks didn't know what the deal was, we got effed before we even knew what was going on…all I can say to any white person is do not let this same thing happen to your race!! I think MGTOW is better than creating a broken home and perpetuating the cycle.

  5. Legion says:

    I'm not the club type. 26 is older than my son, but not half my age.I'm sure I'm not on any women's list, so my MGMOW is not a big deal. But even then I plan on leaving them alone if they need help. Family excepted of course. Which shows just how big idiots women are to avoid or break up a marriage. Men really want them until we don't.

  6. Adonis says:

    Cause all I do in life is deliver

  7. Anonymous says:

    The teachings of Srila Prabhupada on women and anti-feminism purpose of this essay is to address the issue of feminism and misandry (hatred of men, the opposite of misogyny) and how it has destroyed modern society. We will be analyzing many of the statements made by Srila Prabhupada about women, their role in society, and the anti-feminism stance of his teachings.

  8. johnnyshornofplenty says:

    The way I see it, there are two parallel status hierarchies.Thug/criminal status can be acquired very rapidly, but mainstream success takes much longer to achieve and requires work/sacrifice.So women ignore young men on the mainstream track and pursue the criminals instead.Gina tingle uber alles!

  9. Legion says:

    OT – Here is another dainty women who can't do harm to antone: you hear NAWALT, it means they haven't all TRIED murder YET.

  10. Aurini says:

    That video, and your post, brought my blood to a boil.What's been done to Black people in North America enrages me, and it's good to hear people like you speaking the truth. Recently, in discussing Feminism with a friend, I tried to explain the poisonous effect it's had on Blacks, creating the ghettos; pointing out that as racist as the political regime was at the time black families in the 1950s had a better shot at the good life, than they do today.Of course, saying that meant I was a racist; certainly couldn't be that I was actually concerned with what's happening. Ironically, this 'black apologetic' liberal horseshit (nothing's wrong with the ghetto!) is actually the most destructive thing.Speak the truth, brother.

  11. Omnipitron says:

    Thank you Aurini, I appreciate you coming by. This is some very serious sh!t coming down the pipe and women simply don't comprehend where their behavior will lead them.

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