crow wrote: ↑
Tue May 29, 2018 10:53 pm
I find it very curious and strange, that after a spectacularly poor start in life, I've done everything I possibly could to become the best I could be, above and beyond what might have reasonably been expected, yet I have - as I near the end of my life - no friends. While a mass murderer has many people falling all over themselves to be his friends, lovers, confidantes.
Boy, I could say a lot from your post extending to five pages long but I’m going to keep it as brief as possible.
I’ve emphasized this many times in the past for years about women being attracted to power. Of course, you can’t just directly ask a woman if she’s attracted to power because just like being on camera, there’s going to be a degree of dishonesty. That’s why it’s called the subconscious or unconscious or that which is operating beneath the conscious level. If the theory or hypothesis that as females age, they become more masculine, that could explain why older females who have essentially hit the wall are willing to settle down with non-alpha males (or males rated below an alpha) and so chasing after power is no longer thrilling. Such young females who are attracted to mass murderers, mass shooters, and serial killers subconsciously or unconsciously knows that such men have differentiated himself from all other males and so that’s an illustration of power and/or strength.
In any case and regardless, I believe being a N-type already puts you in a situation/position where you're unlikely to have friends if any whatsoever. The world is built for S-types and if there's an afterlife, I believe that world too is ruled by S-types as crazy as that may sound. This is why as I've said before in some other forum having to do with INTPs, there will always be at the minimum two groups/categories/kinds of people and that there's no way around that. This is also why libertarianism needs to be preserved as much as possible as folks like us likely constitute the minority which makes no sense to take on the majority if you know what I mean by that. As long as we don't hurt other people, I don't see a problem with that as that seems to parallel libertarian concepts such as the nonaggression principle and voluntary association.
Being good seems not to be of much general value in this particular life.
See the following:
serenesam wrote: ↑
Sat Dec 16, 2017 3:47 pm
In the above Youtube video, Roosh V says the following from 13:41 to 14:09:
“I try to embrace the good side, I do, but unfortunately when you’re living in an evil world, there is no reward for being a good man. I can try to do it and I’m thinking I’m being a good man, here I’m good I’m not getting shit now cause the world is not good, okay. When the world is bad, the man who gets what he wants is also bad.”
Is it possible that Roosh V is dropping a hint with regard to The Black Pill?
"So all that was great in the past was ridiculed, condemned, combatted, suppressed — only to emerge all the more powerfully, all the more triumphantly from the struggle." – Nikola Tesla