Repeat: You are not an ambassador (self.TheRedPill)

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[–]1DRMMR76 132 points133 points  (21 children)

To pull yet another analogy from The Matix, Morpheus tells Neo "We have a rule. We never free a mind once it's reached a certain age. It's dangerous, the mind has trouble letting go"

You cannot just rip someone out of their BP mindset and force them to take TRP. Even Neo had to choose. People have a natural aversion to anyone foisting unfamiliar ideas on them, even if the ideas are correct. Especially if they're correct. The rest of reddit doesn't want to be told "You're wrong. You're just a Beta. TRP is the answer". If they're ready for it, they'll find their way here on their own. That's how many of got here, including me. If you feel the need to post on other forums, there's nothing wrong with posting TRP wisdom, just don't be overt about it (don't use terms like "shit test", "AF/BB", etc) and use a different login. And be prepared to get banned when mods get the feeling you're not towing the BP line.

And if you're doing it just to stir up trouble and get your daily dose of righteous outrage, just stop. Stirring up drama for the feelz is a very feminine thing to do. You're better than that. Start acting like it.

[–]EightyTimes 14 points15 points  (19 children)

It's not just RP, either. Attempts to 'unplug' others from traditional jobs (and into entrepreneurship) are met with similar opposition.

Any message that says "Work hard, take responsibility, and carve your own path" are met with extreme resistance.

People just don't want to believe that their shitty lives are their own fault... it's easier for them to believe they don't have a choice in the matter.

[–]1xwm 26 points27 points  (16 children)

To be fair, entrepreneurship is a huge risk. You have to have money to back it and if your business fails (most first time entrepreneurships do) then that money is gone. A lot of people nowadays simply can't afford that. Eating is more important than risk.

[–]Schindog 5 points6 points  (11 children)

Or a good enough idea and model to get investors interested.

[–]EightyTimes 3 points4 points  (10 children)

Exactly! Once you get out of your own way, getting an investment is a phone call away.

  • Investors are surprisingly easy to get once you refine your image (TRP helps)
  • Financial partners
  • Presell on spec
  • "Crowdfund"
  • Develop digital goods or software.
  • Negotiate deferred payment with manufacturers
  • Info-tainment digital media business

There's absolutely no reason that anybody couldn't find something that makes money and within 3 months replace their income. I've done it and all my clients have done it.

[–]disposable_pants 20 points21 points  (9 children)

There's absolutely no reason that anybody couldn't find something that makes money and within 3 months replace their income.

The fact that the vast majority of new businesses fail within the first few years is strong evidence against this. If everyone could do it the people who do wouldn't go down so hard so often.

[–]Schindog 2 points3 points  (1 child)

The fact that there are a vast number of businesses that fail is a testament to how easy it is to find investors for any ideas, even bad ideas. If you do happen to have a good idea, things will fall into place much more easily.

[–]disposable_pants 1 point2 points  (0 children)

It shows that even professionals aren't that good at telling which business plans will succeed and which will fail. And while a good idea is important, there's far more that goes into a successful business.

[–]EightyTimes 5 points6 points  (6 children)

This is exactly what I'm talking about. Your assumptions are based on inaccurate data. Please, look up the real numbers.

More than half of new businesses are still operating after 3 years. And of the ones that stopped operating, what constitutes a business "failure"?

I closed my first business because I spotted a new opportunity. I stopped my existing business, and pursued the new thing which had a better business model. I undoubtedly got reported as a "failed" business even though I was profitable the entire time and moved onto something bigger and better.

All my friends (and myself) make a fulltime living running our own businesses, we all started with nothing, and it wasn't too hard to get going.

As you've clearly demonstrated, there's a bias against the idea.

[–]BurgundyCarpet 8 points8 points [recovered]

Dude, as a working stiff I would like to ask: what's the best way to unplug from this mindset? Entrepreneurship seems like a natural extension of TRP to me, but it seems to have fewer universally-applicable maxims.

For me, the simple TRP advice to "lift, eat right, and approach" has made all the difference in my sex life. What's the entrepreneurial equivalent of "lift, eat right, and approach?" Is it even possible to articulate a universally-applicable set of instructions like that?

I'd like to create and run my own business, and I'm not sure what's "holding me back." What's your advice to someone in this situation?

[–]EightyTimes 9 points10 points  (2 children)

There's almost no difference between TRP and running a biz. They're both about self-actualizing yourself as a leader, and communicating your vision to your followers (in TRP your followers are fuckable women, in Biz they're customers/employees/investors)

  • Read "The $100 Startup". It's a lightweight, quick-and-easy book filled with success stories of people who took unlikely ideas and succeeded with almost no capital. It will open you up to the possibilities.
  • Read The Millionaire Fastlane. It sounds like a fuckin scam due to the title, but the book is filled with the closest thing a concrete 'formula' there is.

I'm not skilled enough to simplify it to a 1/2/3 approach, unfortunately. I just know that the #1 cause of inaction is not believing your actions will have an effect, which is also the main problem of the obese who don't take action.

I think that as a TRP student, your success in business will be much swifter than a 'normal' person. Look into the community surrounding that second book if you want to see a group that's really got it's shit together.

[–]disposable_pants 1 point2 points  (1 child)

As you've clearly demonstrated, there's a bias against the idea.

The way to correct this, then, is to supply data that is accurate, rather than simply making a different assertion. Here's what you're looking for. As you said, it looks like about half of new businesses are still open by Year 4; about one-third survive to Year 10.

And of the ones that stopped operating, what constitutes a business "failure"?

Fair question. I don't believe the SBA document I linked to gives specifics, but it notes that many small business deaths occur when either the business or the owner declares bankruptcy. An equally fair question is what qualifies success. A business owner who's scraping by after a few years and one who runs their business for secondary income in their spare time wouldn't be recorded as failures, for instance.

People caution others against starting their own business because it's a high-variance option. Yes, there's the potential to earn a great living doing what you want, but there's also far less security (both in terms of immediate income and fall back options) and far more effort required. The idea that it's easy to start a successful business is just as misguided as the idea that it's a nightmare to do so.

[–]EightyTimes 0 points1 point  (0 children)

True. Different strokes. For me it's a no-brainer. I just hate biases on this subject. Makes me rage

[–][deleted] 1 point2 points  (0 children)

In my experience - people have massive resistance to even starting a side-job that can serve a proof-of-concept for a chance to grow into an entreprenurial venture. They just can't conceive of a situation where their actual effort being related to their income. I used to have a job where I cashed checks. It was great, in it's way.

I bootstrapped - everyone can if they want to.

[–]writewhereileftoff 1 point2 points  (1 child)

The only real investment is time. Nowadays you can start really small and grow from there. You don't need large amounts of money to make money, anymore.

[–]EightyTimes -3 points-2 points  (0 children)

Meh. Anybody can build/sell companies using no capital, no debt, and no risk if you take the time to build the correct skillsets. Source: Personal experience.

Meanwhile, It's MORE risky to have a job: You can't directly influence the positioning of the company, which means you can't directly influence the survival of the company or your role within it.

Entrepreneurship isn't everybody's cup of tea, I understand. But the commonly believed limitations on what makes it "risky" are entirely fabricated. Leaving your fate in the hands of others is the real risk.

[–][deleted] 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Or they're not getting paid enough. Lol.

[–]RatherPlayChess 2 points3 points  (0 children)

But TRP is not "THE TRUTH."

The red pill is a tiny slice of stoic philosophy, which is grand. The teachings of Seneca, Epictetus, and Aristotle should be required reading for every young man entering the age of reason.

But just because this is a solid ethical, social, and political foundation for an individual to live his/her life don't think that makes it THE truth. Anyone claiming that theredpill is THE truth has a lot more reading to do. (A literal endless amount of reading. Nobody is exempt, especially me)

[–]Hamilton950B 21 points22 points  (6 children)

There's also no need. I came here after seeing a white knight insult TRP in a way that made me think "hey that just sounds like they are critical thinkers, not bad people." I know others have too.

[–]dicarlok 22 points23 points  (0 children)

I ended up here because someone said something about TRP like, "The biggest group of sexist pigs in reddit, the whole subreddit reads like a bunch of whiney babies who can't get laid." So I came over and started reading posts and ended up agreeing with what was being said...I think it was a good choice. :-P

[–]JovianTrainWreck 6 points7 points  (2 children)

So how many people here didn't find TRP through other people badmouthing it? Before I unplugged about a year ago, I was a drunken mess desperately looking for help/reasons not to commit suicide, and some combination of manosphere blogs eventually led me here. /r/TheRedPill is literally the first place on reddit I've ever been to.

[–]UGoBoom 2 points3 points  (0 children)

I didn't. I was linked here by the funnyjunk admin on his post on how to take back control of your life.

[–][deleted] 2 points3 points  (0 children)

I was in /r/deadbedrooms bitching and moaning about my situation and a dude slapped me across the face from wherever he was sitting somewhere in the depths of the Internet and dragged me by my throat to this place.

Never looked back. So, in rare cases, forcing someone to take the pill could help them, but I was at the point where I would have done anything to save myself and my relationship. It ended up not working out, but I profited far more from the pill. So glad I found this place.

[–]Kill_Your_Ego 3 points4 points  (0 children)

I came here after the very good advice I gave people in the okcupid sub resulted in several of the members telling me that I "sounded like a red piller". I had no idea what that meant only that the sub was full of losers who couldn't even get one date. I sent them a PM and they told me about theredpill sub. I've been reading it ever since. I'm sure it's no surprise but the best advice given out on that sub is straight red pill.

[–]Ferelden 1 point2 points  (0 children)

It disturbs me how silly people can be. They don't even attempt to understand what you're saying. They don't like it and find every excuse to ridicule it. I have a coworker who is really into conspiracy theories. I find it refreshing to hear his point of view over the retard who just repeats what he heard on cnn. At least this guy is trying to think critically and make up his own mind.

[–]Endorsed ContributorTheRedPilsner 32 points33 points  (40 children)

You can spread Red Pill wisdom, you just have to be careful about it. Don't mention TRP at all, don't use TRP terminology. Be diplomatic and well-spoken. And don't use the same account that you use to post here, because if people check your history and find out that you're a TRPer they will use it to discredit you (and some particularly vindictive people may attempt to doxx or harass you). I've got a different account that I sometimes use to post in r/relationships, and I've used that account on several occasions to post nuggets of red pill wisdom. More often than not these posts have been upvoted and praised.

[–]isthatyourdaughter 30 points30 points [recovered]

People don't dislike what we say, they dislike the way we say it.

[–]Endorsed ContributorTheRedPilsner 58 points59 points  (18 children)

Yep. It's amusing how many SJWs and white knights will agree with and upvote red pill knowledge as long as you remember to sugar coat it a little and avoid TRP terminology. Instead of saying things like "women aren't monogamous, they're hypergamous" you say "perceived social status can have a significant effect how attractive a woman finds a man." Instead of "spinning plates" you're "casually dating a few different women."

TRP is basically a locker room where we come to have candid conversations without worrying about being politically correct. But speaking so plainly in other venues is instantly going to offend a lot of people.

[–]Senior Contributorveggie_girl 24 points25 points  (0 children)

Every famous comedian ever. Redpill knowledge said in a way to make people laugh. "It's funny because it's true!"

[–]disposable_pants 6 points7 points  (16 children)

The natural question, then, is why not frame what we're saying in these terms all the time? TRP jargon is less precise and more emotionally charged than how red pill ideas are discussed in the mainstream -- aren't we trying to be specific and rational?

[–]Senior ContributorDemonspawn 3 points4 points  (13 children)

Because we're men communicating as men, rather than as women who have to weasel every other word for an escape path.

[–]disposable_pants 4 points5 points  (0 children)

Men use precise language to ensure the audience clearly understands what they're thinking. Men (assuming they're trying to be accurate, not persuasive) avoid emotional language as it muddies the point. Jargon of any sort is a barrier to effective communication with a broad audience, and TRP jargon is no different.

[–]brannana 7 points8 points  (11 children)

Really? Because most of the RP jargon comes across as immensely childish. Alpha fux, Beta bux? Plates? Shit tests? It's like the whole vocabulary comes from a middle school boy's mind.

By contrast, the Married Man's Sex Guide uses the exact same concepts, but actually speaks about the stuff the way an adult would.

[–]NSA_web_spider 0 points1 point  (9 children)

Yep. But you've got to admit, that it uses the fewest letters possible to get across some pretty complex concepts. :-)

This is a forum that caters to the 18 year old needing to get laid and the 50 year old in a dead marriage. There's gonna be a lowest common denominator in the common communication.

I have had some fun with getting women to agree with red pill concepts just by presenting them in female rights activist language. (For science.)

[–]Endorsed ContributorTheRedPilsner 0 points1 point  (1 child)

I have had some fun with getting women to agree with red pill concepts just by presenting them in female rights activist language. (For science.)

Of course, there are some red pill concepts that people will get mad at no matter how much you sugar coat them. For example: the wall. Feminists and their white knight enablers hate hearing about the wall. Even if you say something as innocent as "Studies have found that men across all age groups find women at their most attractive in their early-to-mid 20s." It's going to piss many people off. People are going to say things like "Only shallow men feel that way" or "I'm 37 and I'm more attractive than I've ever been."

In r/relationships, if a 35 year old man mentions that he has a 22 year old girlfriend, you can be certain that he's going to get a lot of venom spat his way. Feminists and white knights are going to accuse the girlfriend of being a gold-digger and they're going to accuse the boyfriend of being a borderline pedophile. They won't admit that men are attracted to youth and beauty, while women are attracted to men who can provide them with a comfortable lifestyle (and men in their 30s tend to have more money and social status than men in their 20s).

[–]disposable_pants 0 points1 point  (0 children)

For example: the wall.

Conversely, you can say "Most women want to start families by their early 30s, and if they are approaching that age and haven't found a good partner they worry if they will before it's too late." Very few people in the mainstream would contest that.

[–]disposable_pants 0 points1 point  (5 children)

There's gonna be a lowest common denominator in the common communication.

We don't accept the lowest common denominator here. Every other rule we have is intended to eliminate low-effort, low-intelligence content -- why bow to that by allowing jargon that's clearly flawed?

it uses the fewest letters possible to get across some pretty complex concepts

If we're discussing complex concepts precision is far more important than brevity.

[–]NSA_web_spider 1 point2 points  (4 children)

We do though. Every specialized community from horse racing to nuclear physics creates a simplified language of short forms and acronyms that are used as a short hand to discuss complex concepts. The use of the community language also binds the community together and excludes outsiders.

I don't much like what we've settled on as the terms that we use either. Alpha Fux and Beta Bux is ridiculous. But we're not going to get away from jargon because AC(ommunities)ALT.

The fact that they are childish and offensive also seems to work here. Encouraging people to break from a common societal message requires shock and awe, and the patent ridiculousness of the terms seems to resonate.

But then again, who is to say that other groups are less ridiculous? Within FRA's, the word equality has never been used correctly, and the idea of maturity is also flawed. Just because the words can be found in a dictionary doesn't make them respectable when they've been twisted to suit an agenda.

[–]disposable_pants 0 points1 point  (3 children)

I agree that all communities will develop their own parlance -- that doesn't mean all jargon is equally beneficial to its respective group. We can do better.

Encouraging people to break from a common societal message requires shock and awe, and the patent ridiculousness of the terms seems to resonate.

Here I disagree. We've made our community hostile enough to outsiders as it is -- we disdainfully refer to them as blue pillers and all manner of absurd epithets, and currently there's a sticked thread about swiftly banning newbies who stumble into the comments without first reading hours of sidebar material. People who come here at all come here because they're ready to break from the mainstream narrative; little encouragement is needed. More rational, less emotional jargon (rationalization instead of hamstering, excitement and provider instead of alpha fucks and beta bucks, etc.) would be received by those people just as readily but would be readable by others as well. If we truly believe in what we're talking about, shouldn't we jump at the chance to make an easy, immaterial change that would spread it much farther?

[–]95wave -1 points0 points  (1 child)

because we aren't trying to be manipulative

[–]disposable_pants 0 points1 point  (0 children)

The vast majority of people aren't consciously trying to be manipulative when they use language -- they're honestly trying to communicate how they see the world. But if influential people have described their worldview in manipulative language that terminology is going to seep into the everyday conversations of your average Joe. At the end of the day your intentions don't matter; what you say does.

[–]FattestRabbit 4 points5 points  (13 children)

Some people don't like what we say either. Feminists, girls who want to have their cake and eat it too, mega blue pillers, etc.

[–]isthatyourdaughter 4 points4 points [recovered]

Who cares what subhumans think? The Spartans would've chucked them off a cliff the day they were born.

[–][deleted] 6 points7 points  (5 children)

The Spartans also held slaves, shaved their wives heads when they were married to look less feminine, had a society where women arguably had far more freedom/rights than men and fewer responsibilities (as well as being encouraged to participate in "masculine" sporting competition to be attractive and shunning housework so the slaves could do it), shamed men that didn't get married by a certain age, and weren't very heterosexually oriented.

They're not exactly the shining beacon of TRP's brand of masculinity that they're romanticized as being.

[–]flyingwolf -1 points0 points  (4 children)

So are you saying TRP is anti gay?

[–][deleted] 1 point2 points  (0 children)

No, but it's more like "gay-exclusive". The sub is explicitly about interactions with women.

[–]Iramohs 0 points1 point  (1 child)

A gay man should already know how to game men since he is one. Everything on this sub is about female and male interaction.

[–]flyingwolf 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Which is all good and fine, but I have never seen any direct gay bashing or anti homosexual nature in this sub.

This sub is not anti-gay, but due to its nature and the nature of its content will be homosexualy useless.

I just want that to be made clear.

[–]archaeopter 4 points5 points  (1 child)

So, anyone who disagrees with you is subhuman and deserves to be killed? Stay classy.

[–][deleted] 4 points5 points  (0 children)

Well most modern feminists aren't exactly ubermenschen

[–]cashmunnymillionaire 1 point2 points  (0 children)

Interesting article and premise, but a bit hyperbolic and heavy on the descriptive language.

[–]RPthrowaway123 1 point2 points  (0 children)

There are no subhumans, no matter how much they disagree with us or vice-versa. Don't resort to pitiful name calling.

[–]FattestRabbit 0 points1 point  (0 children)

We're in agreement. My only point was that some people don't like the anger in parts of our message, some others don't like the message in general. That's all I'm saying.

[–]user1312421 0 points1 point  (0 children)

I hope you appreciate the irony in posting that, seeing as other comments here have referred to how resorting to ad hominems usually indicates a pretty weak argument

[–]AusCro 1 point2 points  (0 children)

Welcome to my world. I used to do German at uni and the people there are so far left that they are almost Marxists. Anyway, through here and school one thing I have learnt is that you can tell anyone anything you want so long as you spin it correctly.

[–]NSA_web_spider 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Well since a lot of people are coming here frustrated, we do tend to be pretty douchy about how we say it.

That being said, it's precisely because it's ok to speak that way here, that this is the place to do it if you need to.

You can be nude in a nudist camp, but put your clothes on before you go back outside or you'll be arrested at the gate.

[–]Senior Contributorexit_sandman 3 points4 points  (0 children)

Don't mention TRP at all, don't use TRP terminology.

Yeah, that's pretty crucial. No, muggles bluepillers don't use terms like "hamster", "alpha", "beta", "feminine imperative", "regret rape" or "orbiter".

[–]imjgaltstill 6 points7 points  (2 children)

they will use it to discredit you

Resorting to ad hominems usually indicates a pretty weak argument.

[–][deleted] 6 points7 points  (1 child)

True, but idiot bystanders usually agree with an ad hominem attack and there are a lot of idiots.

[–]devlindigital 24 points25 points  (5 children)

"It will go down link a germanwings flight" with the captain banging on the door telling you to stop.

[–]Elodrian 5 points6 points  (4 children)

If only the cabin doors weren't so heavily reinforced, this tragedy might have been averted. We should remove the locks on all cabin doors so something like this never happens again.

[–][deleted] 5 points6 points  (0 children)

Thank you.
Why the hell would one bother evangelizing? Don't they have business to attend to?

Besides, what is surprising when you get attacked? The whole thing here is that society is brainwashed against certain truths, and you are surprised when people act that way? OMG, 'TIS WATER'S WET!

[–]NSA_web_spider 8 points9 points  (2 children)

This is tough, and I'll tell you why.

One does not simply walk into the red pill.

It's been a long road that started in r/depression, and went through the lowlands of r/sex and r/deadbeadrooms. There are people there suffering, and having made connections with the people there, you want to share what worked for you.

If you must share what you've learned, do not use RP terminology, and lighten the terms. Saying, "Focus on yourself, achieve mental balance and improve your physical state, and don't let your relationships define you" is a safe way to start people on the right road.

But the red pill, the concept of sexual strategy, is something that you have to find on your own.

There's a lot of anger in this sub. A lot of the comments come off as hateful and frankly rude. And that's part of the sub, I don't want it to change. The anger phase is something that you need to get out before you can improve yourself.

The Sub really should have a disclaimer: "Read the sideboard and enter the discussion at your own risk."

[–]RPthrowaway123 4 points5 points  (1 child)

I look at this place as basically a locker room. A place where we come and talk without any social restrictions at all. In the locker room guys are crude and unclouth, and acting like that outside the lockers is a grade A way to mark yourself as an idiot.

[–]NSA_web_spider 1 point2 points  (0 children)

Or swearing in front of Grandma or the kids. Yes this.

I don't use a throwaway because I really only use Reddit for a few small purposes and not as a social identity, but I highly recommend them as well. Not only to prevent your RP identity from leaking into your social brand, but to create a mental separation between how you post in RP and out of it.

But yeah, this is a good place to live out your anger phase. Wish I had it when I was in mine.

[–]Endorsed ContributorWe_Are_Legion 5 points6 points  (0 children)

This reminds me of the kind of behaviour that one would expect from gossip subs, like /r/TheBluePill or /r/SubredditDrama. If you are pathetic enough to feel the need to bring in massive brigades for validation every time you lose an argument, or when you need a laugh track for your jokes, you really don't belong here.

If you want to engage in arguments, face the noise. Don't run to us for a kiss on your boo-boo.

And make no mistake, you lost those arguments. Remember this the next time you're shooting the shit arguing with your friends; the point of debates is not to prove your side right and the other wrong. Smart people make this mistake most often, and end up losing before they ever get started. The point of complex debate is always seduction: winning-over rather than winning.

And as we all know, in seduction, you didn't fail because she is not responsive to your tactics like she is supposed to be. You lost because you played poorly. It doesn't matter how. Maybe you misjudged your target, maybe you associated yourself with undesirable things... whatever it was, it was your fault. That is the only mindset worth having about the whole affair. It is always your fault. End of story.

Never come to us to bitch about how they "didn't understand" again.

[–]Sir_Shitlord_focker 4 points5 points  (0 children)

Just don't say "The red Pill" outside, but feel free to quote red pill wisdom and watch it go down without a hitch with men and women most of all.

[–][deleted] 3 points4 points  (0 children)

I dont think RP stuff should ever be discussed outside of here. My worry is that by doing so, we encourage the participation of men who arent ready/not able to accept and live by its principles; to apply it to the world they live in.

I dont want this place swamped and changed because of its popularity. Quite simply, its a philosophy men need to find on their own, otherwise it wont work .

[–]Bottled_Void 2 points3 points  (2 children)

WTF are people from here doing in twox anyway?

They're entitled to their space, you're just deliberately being an ass if you're posting there. (Royal 'you', not you OP). No wonder trp gets the rep as a troll sub.

[–]disposable_pants 2 points3 points  (1 child)

It's best to expose yourself to as many ideas as possible -- you shouldn't accept all of them, but you should entertain them. This will help you strengthen and flesh out your own beliefs in more detail. Every sub -- really, every place where some limited set of ideas are discussed -- develops its own consensus opinions, and no sub gets it right 100% of the time. Don't go if you're just looking for a fight, but check out subs you think you'd disagree with every once in a while and see what you can take away.

[–]Iramohs 2 points3 points  (0 children)

"It is the mark of an educated mind to be able to entertain a thought without accepting it."

  • Aristotle

A quote to live by.

[–]Philhelm 2 points3 points  (0 children)

I'm going to go against the grain here, as this isn't Fight Club or The Matrix. Sure, I wouldn't waste time on an Internet forum trying to be a disciple of TRP as that would be unproductive. However, in real life, any time I have spoken about Red Pill ideas, the men have been receptive and have nodded in agreement. The key is to not use the terms like AF/BB, and to not mention The Red Pill since it will come across as childish (mentioning "Cock Carousel" is mandatory though!).

[–]Barely_Intrepid 2 points3 points  (0 children)

Prison rules?

So, you a top or bottom bro?

[–]dandeezy 1 point2 points  (0 children)

I actually found this sub after discovering bp sub. And wondered what they were so angry at.

I'm hoping bp sticks around for many others like me. I don't want bp gone.

[–][deleted] 1 point2 points  (0 children)

Talking to a over-the-hill blue piller about TRP concepts is like telling your grandparents that they're ignorant for voting republican or something along the lines of that.

Just let people do what they want. The less people know, the better off you are in the long run too. I introduced some old friends to PUA stuff years ago, next thing I know my "friend" is trying to seduce my girlfriend. SMH. Never give out knowledge or skills willingly, because you're just creating competition for yourself.

[–]TomSachs 1 point2 points  (0 children)

Yup some weird fuck messaged me recruiting me to this sub a while back. It was weird as fuck and turned me off to this sub. Eventually I stumbled here again and actually found out it was useful info but damn

[–]ohsweetword 1 point2 points  (0 children)

Due to the nature of the kind of people that come to reddit, and then come here - with little to no experience of the outside world - it's inevitable that people won't get it, and see this as another online movement to share.

It really isn't.

[–][deleted] 1 point2 points  (0 children)

It will go down like a Germanwings flight

And it'll also be piloted by a similarly depressed individual who's bad with women hahaha.

[–][deleted] 1 point2 points  (6 children)

It will go down like a Germanwings flight.

ONE fucking plane and it was INTENTIONALLY CRASHED. As a German I take offense.

[–]Zachar1a 13 points14 points  (2 children)

OK, it will go down like the Hindenburg. Fixed it for you. :)

[–]Pornography_saves_li 6 points7 points  (0 children)

That was grade A smartassery Mon frere. Have an upvote.

[–]Jf5ve 2 points3 points  (0 children)

We could also use "it will go down like a Japanese Zero"

[–]NSA_web_spider 0 points1 point  (1 child)

It will go down like a Germanwings flight attendant.


[–]Overzealous_BlackGuy 0 points1 point  (0 children)

I just hate when a reply really benefits from telling someone to read certain trp-related topics.

Or when someone has a complete misuided pov on the sub.

I just know that if i must mention TRP, to not react to everyone elses negative reaction.

[–]Upvote_To_The_Left 0 points1 point  (0 children)

I def feel like I want to spout off about RP shit sometimes, but It will NEVER be productive, nor will it change anyones mind.

[–]batfish55 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Agree. It's already super difficult to make a friend that needs TRP swallow it. And your friend isn't a troll.

What's the first rule of Fight Club?

[–]doveenigma13 0 points1 point  (0 children)

prison rules: snitches get stitches

[–]Docta608 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Germanwings, not pulling any punches huh?

[–][deleted] 0 points1 point  (0 children)

i think people should spread the word personally, its good to get the voice out there so i dunno what the point of this post is.

[–]Riddick_ 0 points1 point  (0 children)

take the pill. shut the fuck up. yeah, keep going.

[–]Endorsed Contributorbalalasaurus 0 points1 point  (0 children)

First of all I didn't know people do this, but then again I can't say I'm surprised.

Second to the people that do you need to see the rules about the Red Pill especially Rule 1 and 2:

Rule 1. You do not talk about the Red Pill.

Rule 2. See Rule 1.

[–]Endorsed ContributorBluepillProfessor 0 points1 point  (0 children)

I agree that returning for Bro support or deliberately stirring up trouble is decidedly feminine and that using RP terminology is going to go over like a Led Zeppelin, but I also think there is a place for Red Knighting. We are way past fight club and Red Pill ideas are going to be practically mainstream in a few years.

[–]NeoreactionSafe 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Not sure why anyone would go on the Feminist leaning subs.

I stick to /r/DarkEnlightenment and /r/RedPill

Between these two subs you cover everything from the most narrowly focused to the biggest picture.

The more you focus on reality and distance yourself from indoctrination the more clear your mind becomes. Going backwards to the Feminist stuff will not give you any benefit.

Plus, going to the Feminist sites feels like being around less aware people... almost like being in the sixth grade and going back and sitting with first graders. Why do that?

[–][deleted] 0 points1 point  (0 children)

One of the biggest things I've learned since joining /r/trp - Check. Your. Ego.

It's at the heart of just about every law in the 48 Laws of Power. Don't kneejerk. Don't get emotional. And most of all, don't proselytize.

[–]DrMungMung 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Any view of women/men based on reality = you hate women

Just smile and agree with the sheep but know different on the inside.

[–]1nzgs[🍰] -3 points-2 points  (8 children)

Or better yet, don't post on other subreddits. I don't even know why anyone would use reddit other than for this place. And fatpeoplehate.

[–][deleted] 19 points20 points  (4 children)

There's a lot of really good subreddits for more niche activities/topics. I follow them for my instrument, for goats (I want to own goats when I grow up), and for my city.

[–]Endorsed Contributorbicepsblastingstud 13 points14 points  (3 children)

for goats (I want to own goats when I grow up)

I don't know why, but I found this hilarious.

+1 for homesteading fantasies.

[–][deleted] 4 points5 points  (0 children)

Jesus Christ I died laughing.

[–]Regents_Park 1 point2 points  (0 children)

+1 for homesteading fantasies.

Into my big book of great 90s indie band names.

[–]Senior ContributorDemonspawn 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Goats are awesome. They're cute.... and tasty.

In all honesty tho: the decline has a bottom. Be prepared for it.

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[–]Endorsed Contributorredpillbanana -1 points0 points  (0 children)

We are spreading the wisdom - by writing about it here. We’re not hard to find. Folks who are already questioning the feminine imperative are the ones who are ready for the information, and they will find it.

You can lead a thirsty beta to water, but you can’t make him drink.

[–][deleted] -4 points-3 points  (1 child)

Why do we even care if Fems figure out we are TRP in real life? Lions don't lose sleep, over the opinions of sheep. Man the fuck up, and stop caring about the bullshit whining of a few hamsters and tumblrinas.

[–]mister_barfly75 -2 points-1 points  (0 children)

I started reading the Red Pill about a year and a half ago. Finally swallowed it properly a year ago. I've used two or three accounts since I've been here, never contributed a fresh thread since I've never since the need to be verified, just done a lot of lurking and leaning contributing where I thought my contribution might be helpful to someone.

I still got caught out by someone on /r/askreddit for being a Redpiller a couple of weeks ago.

DON'T be an ambassador. If you feel the need to apologise for being RedPill, you're not RedPill. If you want to make it politically correct, you're not RedPill. If you think you need to justify your shit, or RedPill shit, to some beta faggot, you're not RedPill.

RedPill isn't about the betterment of men in general, it's about the betterment of ONE man - YOU. YOU make yourself, your life, your world better, and for the benefit of one person - YOU. You want to apologise for that? Make to shame other guys for doing the same? Want to wander into other forums and try and tell them what we're all about when you don't know what we're about either?

Keep your mouth shut and read more. 10 minutes in here doesn't mean that you're automatically qualified to speak for all of us, especially if you've just sniffled your way out of a "boo hoo, my girl just ditched me thread" then wandered into here and suddenly gone "They're right! I hate women! Look at me, the evangelical misogynist!"

Get YOUR shit together before you start bitching about how everything else in the world is shit.