Red Pill TheoryPost Election - remember the 38th Law of Power (self.TheRedPill)

submitted by oZeplikeo

38th Law: "Think as you like but Behave like others"

If you make a show of going against the times, flaunting your unconventional ideas and unorthodox ways, people will think that you only want attention and that you look down upon them. They will find a way to punish you for making them feel inferior. It is far safer to blend in and nurture the common touch. Share your originality only with tolerant friends and those who are sure to appreciate your uniqueness.

I've already found myself urged to make arguments with people on social media, but it's truly not worth it. Many people are lost in their own personal biases and won't agree with logic, especially not after last night's heartbreaking loss. People (women especially) lash out when their FEELINGS are hurt. It's not worth getting yourself into trouble over.

Stay the course.

[–]new__vision 64 points65 points  (2 children)

Every time I feel the urge to respond to social media misinformation I remember that the person is only virtue-signaling. Anything that impedes their signaling for validation will be turned against me, even if it is respectful, logical, and supported by evidence.

The poster's goal isn't to find truth, but to signal others to validate them. When everyone is doing this it creates an open exchange of validation.

RP teaches us to only find validation from within.

[–]greatslyfer 5 points6 points  (0 children)

Yep to me it's very likely that they're doing it for the validation.

Tells a lot about the person, always lying to conform with others and how they're mentally weak. The mentally weak part probably translates to other parts of their lives.

[–]haxurmind 0 points1 point  (0 children)

That's why I self sensor some of my own posts, is it meaningful or just virtue signalling.

On this post, I submitted it as a personal anecdote that shows support of, and agreement with, the views in your post.

RP teaches us to only find validation from within.

[–]jackandjill22 163 points164 points  (71 children)



They're calling attention to & targeting Neo-masculinity. The Alt-right, Manosphere, TRP, NRX are effective immediately becoming scapegoats you have to be extra careful there are witchhunts that're going to start happening.

[–]anupsetzombie 110 points110 points [recovered]

That's honestly one of the funniest things I've read in a very long time. We were told to hide our opinions? What the fuck? We just didn't want to waste our time and energy getting harassed by simple people who refuse to be bipartisan about things.

Hell, even talking to very close friends got strenuous. I was silent because I was silenced, not because I was doing something sinister in the shadows.

It's so bizarre how these people play the bully and the victim, while thinking they can get away with it. This election is a newsflash to them, because they can't (and thus they throw their tantrums, being told no for the first time in 8 years).

[–]AGuerrilla 63 points63 points [recovered]

It's so bizarre how these people play the bully and the victim

Wow, that is an amazing way of putting it, rings so true.

[–]1nzgs 14 points15 points  (0 children)

The term "crybullies" gets used a lot to describe that.

[–]Magnum256 13 points14 points  (0 children)

It really defines most modern "activists", they want you to shut your mouth because you don't know what you're talking about and can't possibly be dealing with anything half as terrible as they are so your opinion is invalid, and then they want your support and sympathy over how bad they all have it.

It really is hilarious. The definition of delusion.

[–]benzguy1972 1 point2 points  (0 children)

Exactly how I feel. I never hold back in my speech. I work in a place where it's encouraged...and in my private life...holy shit do I bust out the anti-PC vocabulary! I'm cute and charismatic so I've always got away with it. But now, it's like a Grade A stamp.

[–]Lvl10Bard 56 points57 points  (3 children)

That was probably the... well, weirdest thing I've seen yet.

When we talk about online radicalization we always talk about Muslims. But the radicalization of white men online is at astronomical levels

There isn't any radicalization.

We're just tired of being called racists because we're white.

It isn't that hard of a concept to understand...

[–]PM_Me_For_Drugs 11 points12 points  (0 children)

It's crazy when you consider the amount of mental gymnastics that the average person has to pull off to fit the increasingly-strict PC status quo.

I can't even count how many white people I've seen bend over backwards to try and show 'tolerance' ... and meanwhile, they have zero black friends in real life. None. So they're still racist (just in denial) because they're viewing racism as some disconnected cultural battle they need to champion, instead of good interpersonal relationships with actual people in their lives.

[–]NietzscheExplosion 4 points5 points  (0 children)

You nailed it.

Everyone who voted trump is KKK... ok so is 47million people are KKK, how the hell is everyone else not strung up by a tree?

Intellectual dishonestly only can have its effect for so long... now any opinion of these PC darlings will be met will rolling eyes from now on.

[–]fidelity_ 81 points81 points [recovered]

It's called the silent majority for a reason. Also nomies ain't gonna jive with my shitposting hobby no matter my smv or other cool hobbies, they don't need to know about my rare Pepe collection

[–]TheLionMAGA 22 points22 points [recovered]

>tfw you can't tell your plate about that sick 777 get you had

[–]fidelity_ 6 points6 points [recovered]

The world is a harsh place man.

[–]PowerVitamin 16 points17 points  (3 children)

I find it humorous when they say: The manosphere wants to return to a "country that never existed".

It's like Nineteen Eighty-Four. They've already destroyed and forgotten all the history books. LOL

[–][deleted] 7 points8 points  (2 children)


Triggered. This is an actual thing

[–][deleted] 14 points15 points  (0 children)

See this is why I use an alt not even my closest friends or family knows

[–]TRP_TEX 26 points26 points [recovered]

The amount of hamstering in her tweets.

Good lord.

[–]RedDeadCred 48 points49 points  (9 children)

I like the response "when 90% of blacks vote for Obama it's great. See the hypocrisy?" Whites are the only race not allowed to enjoy their identity.

[–]TRP_TEX 22 points22 points [recovered]

I don't even identify as white. It's ridiculous.

[–]ioncehadsexinapool 10 points11 points  (1 child)

Trying to see it from their side, maybe white is the "default" race in their eyes. Idk shit confused me

[–]yomo86 8 points9 points  (5 children)

My ex used to identify as an attack heli does this count to vote

[–]marinewannabee97 10 points11 points  (2 children)

I sexually Identify as John Cena. Ever since I was a boy I dreamed of defending my WWE championship at WWE SUPERSLAM. People say to me that a person being John Cena is Impossible and I'm fucking retarded but I don't care, You Can't See Me. I'm having Vince McMahon inject me with Hustle, Loyalty, and Respect. From now on I want you guys to call me "Champ" and respect my right to Five Knuckle Shuffle and Never Give Up. If you can't accept me you're a cenaphobe and need to check your #1 Contendership. Thank you for being so understanding.

[–]The_Red_Paw 3 points4 points  (0 children)

I'll support you in your Cena identity, Champ!

No gay stuff though.

[–]hbdale309 9 points10 points  (0 children)

She must be very offensive.

[–]NeoreactionSafe 44 points45 points  (14 children)


Purge Time


I've been waiting for a massive purge... this will be fun.

Let em come... we can ban them by the hundreds if necessary. (like the old days)


[–]yomo86 3 points4 points  (13 children)

Don't we have a back up site already?

[–]NeoreactionSafe 3 points4 points  (12 children)

Well that's not the question.

The worry is that sad, crying, triggered SJW's invade the Red Pill and start posting all kinds of junk.

If that happens we need to ban them... in a big purge.

Purge ----> Ban was the idea.

I can see that not making sense.


[–]yomo86 1 point2 points  (8 children)

Oh I got the feeling that you meant a purge like the one of our beloved dear leader general Pao.

[–]NeoreactionSafe 13 points14 points  (7 children)

Well three years ago when the Red Pill had around 30k subscribers there were regular big purges where the moderaters would ban dozens of people all at once.

In the beginning the SJW's thought they could simply bark their bullshit at us and get us to cower to their intimidation.

That didn't happen and we fought them, then ruthlessly banned them from our sub. Eventually we arrived at a sort of truce where Red Pill posters never left our "turf" and they stopped invading our "turf".

So if they want the war again I'm ready to kick as and see "blood" in terms of massive bans in a purge of SJW types.

We will see if we get the war or not...

I'm ready to kick ass.


[–]Project_Thor 11 points12 points  (2 children)

Meme Wars. We infiltrate them in retalliation. The Triggering.

[–]TheRedStoic 7 points8 points  (0 children)

Let 4 chan handle that for us. We've got improvements to make to ourselves.

[–]NeoreactionSafe 4 points5 points  (0 children)



We will face them in the streets and in the bars and in the schools with a cool calm.

Let them self destruct... they will throw a temper tantrum, but they have no one willing to support them.

Their entire brainwashed sickness was exposed... it's going to die.


[–]1ItsTheHomeWrecker 1 point2 points  (3 children)

deleted What is this?

[–]TheRedStoic 1 point2 points  (0 children)

That would be nice.

The problem is that even among endorsed there are few that have an encompassing knowledge of what should and shouldn't be moderated. You'll notice by each of their post history they usually only have a specialty or two in segments.

Not even sure many would dedicate the time to mod.

[–]BluestBlackBalls 1 point2 points  (1 child)

This is likely why I was banned from MGTOW

[–]RedPillFreedom 22 points23 points  (0 children)

Prime time to invest into VPNs

[–]homelessWOOKIE9 12 points13 points  (0 children)

Well I legitimately voted for Hillary so those two on twitter can fuck off with that generalization. My political views are in no way influenced by TRP

[–]DrunkenOni 3 points3 points [recovered]

This shows a fundamental problem the left has right now. You can't change someone's opinion by suppressing or shaming them. It also continues to show how people vastly overestimate how reddit and other social media reflect reality. Yes I'm sure our little community of just under 174k subs had a major impact on things /s. Social media is largely made up of the younger generation who overwhelmingly voted for Hillary.

[–]McLarenX 3 points4 points  (0 children)

Which is why we have the second amendment. Keep your mouth shut, and if they come after you and your own then protect life and liberty. The global agenda will never stop me from living as I see fit as a free man.

[–]iLLprincipLeS 5 points5 points [recovered]

Damn, that's a gold mine. Subhumans that have nothing in common with Western Culture try to understand the causes of the decline and Trumps win. Then, there's always cucks thirsty for that dirty coon pussy. Basically, leeches and losers.

I said it months ago, their whole hate against their welcoming hosts will turn against them, may God have mercy on them when Europeans will follow USA and wake the fuck up from the multicultural degeneracy, because Europeans won't.

[–]AmericanHistoryAFBB 278 points279 points  (38 children)

Its so hard to keep my mouth shut right now, especially on social media. Bunch of sissies bitching because they didn't get their way for a change.

So far my attitude on there has been neutral. I know what I really believe, can't announce it to the world and lose a bunch of contacts though.

Think as you like. Behave like others.

[–]Endorsed Contributorgekkozorz 145 points146 points  (18 children)

If I weren't worried about having 50% of my friends cut me from their lives, I would be going on such a gloat rampage right now. All these people who mocked, silenced, bullied, and belittled those like me who didn't subscribe to their personal belief systems are now having their intolerance blow up in their faces. I really want to shove that down their throats and make them eat it.

But, OP is right. Better to keep your head down and smirk in private. MAGA 👌🏻

[–]Senior Contributorexit_sandman 50 points51 points  (0 children)

You can gloat twice for good measure - simply argue that the fact that the DNC rigged the elections in favor of Hillary and the media pretending as if nothing happened, i.e. both parties showing democracy the finger, would be enough to be against them.

[–]Ineedtoreadthis 41 points41 points [recovered]

They don't speak the language of logic. They speak the language of emotions.

If you want to really change their minds you have to speak their language - "How could you vote for Clinton who laughed at a rapist of a 12-year-old getting off the hook? "

Of course, save your energy only for people you care about - the rest just provide of entertainment with their huge butthurt.

[–][deleted] 6 points7 points  (0 children)

Even then, they will double down on their deeply held beliefs. You cannot argue with people who do this. It is the reason that law #38 exists.

[–]camenossaber 6 points7 points  (0 children)

Better to stay humble and watch them make asses out of themselves. More entertaining. We did it. MAGA.

[–]MrJanglesLovesBooty1 20 points21 points  (3 children)

They don't sound like real friends if they'd cut you from their lives over a difference in politics. My God the Left is hypocritically intolerant, and they're too stupid and emotional to see it.

[–]ifancy 8 points9 points  (0 children)

Nothing but virtue signalling for social brownie points and echo chambers for the left msm.

[–]Lvl10Bard 14 points15 points  (7 children)

If I weren't worried about having 50% of my friends cut me from their lives,



people who mocked, silenced, bullied, and belittled those like me

You might want to reconsider your choice in friends.

[–]Endorsed Contributorgekkozorz 16 points17 points  (6 children)

90% of the time, most of these people are normal. But the internet has gotten people insanely riled up this election cycle.

[–]tallwheel 5 points6 points  (3 children)

Exactly. For me, it would be closer to 95% of my friends cutting me from their lives. I wonder if some of them already suspect me for not posting anything sad or whiny about the result on FB yet.

[–]Endorsed Contributorgekkozorz 7 points8 points  (1 child)

Sometimes I feel like the ones who are far lefties are poking and prodding at me to get me to say something anti-Trump. "Man, someone just left this MAGA flyer on my door, so annoying, right? Because you hate Trump. You do hate Trump, right?"

[–]tallwheel 5 points6 points  (0 children)

They have to find out if you are one of us or not. Their political system has given them an easy way of separating people on their side (good) from the "racists".

[–]beginner_ 1 point2 points  (0 children)

Post some conspiracy theory level shit (he rigged the elections with russian hackers) and see how many approve and congratulate you. Then spring the trap as in "Guys I was just joking and I thought it was obvious".

[–]dan_legend 2 points3 points  (0 children)

The thing is, in other forms of government, when things reach this point civil uprisings happen. But in America a simple election with zero bloodshed is all you need to say FUCK YOU to all the idiots.

[–][deleted] 55 points55 points

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[–]MrJanglesLovesBooty1 17 points18 points  (4 children)

Definitely. Chad wearing a MAGA hat will still get plenty of women wanting to fuck him.

[–]_the_shape_ 13 points14 points  (1 child)

Chateau Heartiste very recently released a piece on an SJW who "accidentally" fucked a Trump supporter, leading her to sever ties with the guy because the internal tension was too great to contend with.

[–]2awalt_cupcake 5 points6 points  (0 children)

whoops! dick slipped in! haha hate it when it does that

[–]WhySoRuff 13 points14 points  (1 child)

The end game is not pussy. It's money and social clout.... aka freedom.

You can't go against the grain when you are lacking in any area.

[–]ouchlol 15 points16 points  (1 child)

Well buying into some stupid social media argument with liberal extremists is pretty beta to begin with. It's like trying to talk red pill to a woman -- completely pointless.

[–]WhySoRuff 3 points4 points  (1 child)

What you mention has age constraints. Someone in their early to mid 20s might be able to get some tingles/props from going against the narrative.

However, anyone trying to climb the social and economic ladders is playing the long game and will not go against the narrative. Too much to lose.

[–]Chemlab187 30 points31 points  (2 children)

I love announcing it to the world and losing contacts.
Losing contacts because I told the truth is inspiring and invigorating.
Of course I have been doing this for years so I have thousands of like minded individuals on my social media and very few who think differently, even though I encourage diversity of opinion and debate.

[–]d0lphinsex 15 points16 points  (0 children)

Polarizing makes the man according to the Models book.

[–]ifancy 0 points1 point  (0 children)

It depends on your situation, contacts and there relations for some might be extremely important to there success and cant jeopardize their relations with an acquaintance.

[–]PinkUnicornPrincess 14 points15 points  (1 child)

They had their chance for a change with Obama and all that people managed was to divide the people! People now identify with "victim" status and no longer strive to survive and become the Victor of their own story.

[–]MrJanglesLovesBooty1 4 points5 points  (0 children)

It's so much easier to be a victim. It's about as beta as it gets.

[–][deleted] 99 points100 points  (13 children)

If there's one reality that last night laid brutally bare, it's this:

You can easily surround yourself with media and people and pundits that parrot your views back at you, and you'll be very comfortable and get the warm and fuzzies every time you look at your Facebook feed.

But cruel, ugly reality has a way of kicking down the door and rearranging your shit. And if you're not prepared it can be extremely unsettling.

The people I know who are taking this election the hardest are the ones who circulate Huffington Post links like candy; post the latest SNL/John Oliver skits ridiculing Trump voters to their social feeds; and generally consume a diet of overwhelmingly one-sided information.

If only they had spent a little more time trying to understand and exercise compassion towards the average Trump voter—rather than burrowing into little silos—then I guarantee the night's result wouldn't be so earth-shattering.

As pragmatists we are best advised to just play along. I'm not interested in stirring up shit for no reason other than to get into fights. Waste of energy.

All of this is, of course, RP 101: Accepting reality as it is, not as you want it to be. But last night was just such a phenomenal and powerful exposition of this idea.

[–]NeoreactionSafe 117 points118 points  (36 children)


I was sitting on a park bench in the sun a short time ago and an older man walked by and I said something like:


"Hey, pretty wild election huh?"


...he agreed and I started talking about all the things about what is happening and I could see he was just burnt out on it.

Many older folks know things are bad, but have no fight in them at all. It's like they resigned from caring long ago and in a subtle way "sold out" to it.

You will find those who are younger, but awakened by the Manosphere to be feeling good today... but older people are exhausted and the Feminists are having a mental breakdown.

Just wait awhile.

The test will come over time.

We can celebrate here, but hold that "victory spike" to yourself.


[–]thor_away92 120 points121 points  (31 children)

You will find those who are younger, but awakened by the Manosphere to be feeling good today... but older people are exhausted and the Feminists are having a mental breakdown

Fuckin rite. As soon as I read the election results I was thrilled. A nice big fuck you to the pussy pass.

My female teacher came into class looking like she just got divorced the night before.

[–]Endorsed Contributorgekkozorz 96 points97 points  (17 children)

I'm seeing my younger friends reporting that many of their classes have been cancelled. That's funny. I remember when I was in school through both of Obama's elections. As a conservative, I was bummed about that, but I never needed a fucking cry-break.

[–]TG_Naptown 69 points70 points  (7 children)

I'm a Web developer on a college campus. Safe spaces were set up on campus today for students "as a result of the elections and a form of support". How fucking fragile do you have to be...?

[–]segagaga 39 points40 points  (6 children)

Just that alone demonstrates everything that is wrong with the world today. Adults being coddled like children.

[–]TG_Naptown 38 points39 points  (3 children)

The best part is we have an intern who happens to be a Muslim woman (hijab and all, I shit you not), and she literally laughed out loud when the email announcement came through today. If the poster child for your target demographic is laughing at you, you may want to lighten up a bit.

[–]pedler 19 points20 points  (2 children)

I'm so fucking irritated by white people on my Facebook page announcing how badly they feel for us poor minorities. I'm not really even pro-trump (more anti-hilary), but the patronizing is ridiculous.

[–]afkb39sdfb 1 point2 points  (0 children)

They just use minorities for their virtue signaling.

[–]Project_Thor 5 points6 points  (1 child)


This is where you are incorrect.

[–]segagaga 1 point2 points  (0 children)

We talking about an American college campus, so biologically adults at 18-21, but mentally ridiculously naive perhaps.

[–]_the_shape_ 12 points13 points  (4 children)

I was midway through my undergrad studies in '04 when Bush got re-elected, and sure the general ambiance had a somber tone to it, but nothing even remotely close to featuring a designated spot on campus providing warm blankets and gooey cookies to console the tender broken-hearted.

[–][deleted] 11 points12 points  (2 children)

Or making exams optional. We really have become a pussified society.

[–]kanyewost 1 point2 points  (1 child)

I for one am happy

I look to the pussies in safe spaces and think

"This my competition, lol too easy"

[–]NeoreactionSafe 48 points49 points  (5 children)

I was out riding my bike and a girl was sitting on her porch just crying.

The "Triggly Puff" worldview is collapsing.

The spoiled child will be forced to wake up... finally.


[–]ExitTheNarrative 47 points48 points  (2 children)

or not

they might doubledown

[–]Hitlers-Happy-HR-dpt 8 points9 points  (0 children)

They will that's why we have to stay woke through mid terms to maintain a favorable balance in Congress

[–]druganswer 18 points18 points [recovered]

I know we're on TRP, but there are bigger issues in the country than the pussy pass. Have whatever opinion you want on them, but if the pussy pass is the highlight of this election for you, I don't know what to say.

[–]thor_away92 7 points8 points  (2 children)

I'm one of those men who want to watch the world burn. Like you said, we are on TRP.

EDIT: Geez a man can't talk about how he really feels in a place well known to be a place where a man can talk about how he really feels.

I'm sorry was my comment not progressive enough for you?

[–]PM_Your_8008s 5 points6 points  (1 child)

We can celebrate here, but hold that "victory spike" to yourself.

Emphasizing this. At work female coworkers talking about the whole thing, and even with the slightest implication from me that Hillary didn't lose only because she is a woman they turned on me, damn near instantly.

[–]NeoreactionSafe 3 points4 points  (0 children)

Let them get their good cry.

Then later start a fresh new conversation with the new reality of a president who speaks the truth.

After so much corruption it's going to be really weird.


[–]rigbed 65 points66 points  (32 children)

As usual with the ways of nature the redpill trumps the blue pill.

[–]1StoicCrane 23 points24 points  (30 children)

Don't even know the difference between a RP president and a BP one. Trump has no frame, is retardly impulsive, and is likely to start a trade war with China. The Ra! Ra! Masculinity mindset here in spite of reality is akin to BP delusion.

[–][deleted] 43 points44 points  (2 children)

Eh, no one is 100% RP. I'd never say he is a role model, but he certainly carries some respectable traits that all other candidates lacked. He pulled every competitor into his frame with the exception of Hillary, who knew just which buttons to push.

[–]darkrood 8 points9 points  (0 children)

The man fucking went to lot of rally and double down on the last months.

Hillary did not have a chance because she is the "sit back and let my minion" kind of politicians.

You were less engaged to the base, no amount of smear ads can beat a personal hand holding event.

[–]d0lphinsex 33 points34 points  (8 children)

Fucking cirkle jerk. He's billions worth, have a model wife 20 years younger than he is, is President of the US and you try to convince anyone he's BP? GTFO.

[–][deleted] 1 point2 points  (1 child)

Don't forget that he survived the mainstream media for 18 months of 24/7 bashing and will continue to be hated for years by the media. I turned on NPR hoping they would be giving Trump some credit. Nope. Same old shit, different day. If it were me i probably wouldn't have ran at all. Why deal with fake rape accounts?

[–]d0lphinsex 1 point2 points  (0 children)

He's Teflon. Nothing sticks on him. He defends his image by attacking his opponent. If that's not frame, I don't know what is.

[–]iLLprincipLeS 19 points19 points [recovered]

and is likely to start a trade war with China.

The horror. A trade war with an undemocratic country that uses slaves to manufacture shit quality products that are exported over to countries controlled by corrupt politicians in where honest hard working citizens suffered directly from the deal between said undemocratic Human Exploiting Countries and Globalist Entities that controlled said corrupt politicians.

The Ra! Ra! Masculinity mindset here in spite of reality is akin to BP delusion.

The masculinity mindset is putting yourself, and your family first.. you know, like Trump's message: America First.

I won't even list the RP traits Trump has, it's enough to say: HE WON. Being RP = being a fighter and a winner

[–]RojoEscarlata 13 points14 points  (1 child)

Stop crying the reality hete is that Trump WON, and actually standing up to China's aggressive market is not bad.

[–]karpathian 2 points3 points  (0 children)

Would improve the quality of cheaper items.

[–]improve_myself 12 points13 points  (0 children)

Better than a real war with Russia.

[–]Cum_on_doorknob 6 points7 points  (0 children)

I agree, he's not RP, he's a natural alpha, which can be dangerous, we will find out soon enough.

[–]SetConsumes 2 points3 points  (0 children)

He's doing what he fucking wants. How much more rp does it get.

We need a trade war with China if you haven't noticed.

[–]yaardi 3 points4 points  (2 children)

This is correct. The way some TRP members put Trump on a pedestal is pretty pathetic. I can't believe grown up self-proclaimed TRP men actually voted for him because "haha fuck women, right". This is all too retarded.

[–]CallMeHaseo 54 points55 points  (37 children)

Oh I've been aware, before going to class this morning I told myself "stay quiet at all costs". Most people aren't meant to be smart and don't know how to think. That's why even in the animal kingdom most of the apes never make it to the top. They live the rest of their lives never reaching their potential.. Don't sacrifice yourself trying to play hero and wake others up it isn't worth it. Blue pullers just like everyone else have their role to play.

[–]TruthInArt 31 points32 points  (5 children)

Same here, I had to present something in class and was practicing with my group before class. All HB5-6 Feminists.

I quote:

  • It's a tragedy
  • What are we going to tell little girls? That the population won't let you move forward but instead will let guys like Trump win?
  • We are fucked

Fuck yeah.

[–]TRP_TEX 7 points7 points [recovered]

I think it would have been better to just remain silent on the issue rather than tell the women what they want to hear. It isn't a tragedy. Lead the women, don't pander to them.

[–]TruthInArt 26 points27 points  (2 children)

Oh no I didn't say anything, I was just quoting what they said. My only comment was: "Yeah I was surprised with the results".

[–]1TimmyTurnersNuts 2 points3 points  (0 children)

My boss asked me about to results expecting me to jerk Trump off in front of him, when I hit him with "yeah I must admit I was absolutely shocked. Didn't think he would pull it off," the conversation ended quickly. People just wanna argue

[–]Glorious-Butthurt[🍰] 1 point2 points  (29 children)

I think you have stumbled upon a rather troubling mindset friend -- giving up on blue pillers is leaving them to a life of naivety, abuse, and imprisonment (mostly if they are men). You are effectively arguing for a caste system of merit. And while I agree that not all people are equal in practice (equal in law at the very least) and that meritocracy is imperative, that doesn't mean we should abandon lessers to a life of misery. A good king strives to help everyone. A good man is aware of his position but holds no pride in it - a truly good king does not consider himself one. Instead, he considers himself a public servant. So, if redpillers, as is often the case, live in a superior fashion, it is our moral obligation to continue to try to help others to improve themselves as well.

[–]Laterally_Cant_Even 19 points20 points  (1 child)

a caste system of merit

I want you to think very carefully about what this means.

Hint: it's an oxymoron.

[–]RPFlame 8 points9 points  (8 children)

A good king strives to help everyone. So, if redpillers, as is often the case, live in a superior fashion, it is our moral obligation to continue to try to help others to improve themselves as well.

I help my family and friends. I'm not go out of my way to use my precious time to change opinions to people who don't want to change. Not to mention that challenging beliefs in my social circle will result in its shrinking, and so my opportunities. So really, I have to jeopardize something that I have for the chance of some Joe Moe or feminazi LGTBTBBQ change their mind, a thing that ultimately gives me ZERO benefit? You're out of your mind.

I'm fine with helping redpillers who are willing to admit ignorance by giving them an advice or 2 (not rules or laws, advice) but that's it.

[–]BENDERisGRREAT 5 points6 points  (11 children)

Red Pill is amoral. And blue pillers have to come to terms with it on their own. Help someone out who's trying to leave his blue pill ways behind? sure. Help out the average dude who cant even handle a real thought about mortality much less deep social and psychological habits and interactions? You'll be laughed out of rooms by these idiots

[–]Hillarysdilddo_2016 1 point2 points  (3 children)

You don't sacrifice yourself , take risks for people who would actively destroy you. You use them and/or destroy them.

Those who seek help, and help themselves you lead to enlightenment.

[–]blackchadthundercock 13 points13 points [recovered]

As a college educated/professional black man, my take is this: I can honestly understand the frustration from white men, especially from middle America. They think that the gov't doesn't give a shit about them anymore under Obama, trying to literally put them into second place. As a result, I can see why the term reverse discrimination is being thrown around. When they see something like "black lives matter," massive immigration at the expense of American taxpayers and everything else, that only solidifies the assumption whites have that blacks and other minorities are above whites. You're not alone in your frustration. For me, (and I'm not alone on this) Obama hasn't really done anything for American blacks as much as white America thinks. At least I don't see it. What, a health care system where you pay more money for shittier coverage?? That's the only thing I've seen come out of Obama in 8 years.

Obama's problem is that he's put so much attention on foreigners that he's forgotten about Americans. White, black, green, blue, I don't give a shit what you are. America needs to come first & what I give a shit about is making sure that America is taken care of first. That's why Trump won and that something that the dems & all these protesters in these cities right now will never understand.

For example, the start to solving "black lives matter" is criminal law reform across the board which of course, affects everyone theryby making it "all lives matter" which is the way it should be. No one should be singled out.

I haven't seen any bigotry from Trump. What I see is the media portraying him as a bigot in an effort to brainwash me into thinking the way they want me to think in an effort to help Hillary win. I voted for him and I'm optimistic that he'll actually put Americans first for a change.

Or, I'm wrong and he'll be an advocate for the super rich, completely fucking the middle class. We'll see but it's better than that bitch being in power.

[–]Friendly_B 2 points3 points  (0 children)

Thank you for your comment.

[–]oZeplikeo[S] 2 points3 points  (0 children)

Well said. I truly believe it'll be the former.

[–]yummyluckycharms 6 points7 points  (3 children)

Wrong way of thinking about it - you want to voice your opinions so that the crazies self select themselves out of your dating pool. Moreover, women will throw out all of their most cherished beliefs if they are desperate enough to land some alpha dick. Its unbelievable how many women I've plated and then later had to dump when I found out they were card carrying feminazis.

[–][deleted] 5 points6 points  (2 children)

Until the crazies figure out how to blacklist from your chosen profession or business. Many have started "organizing". For what nothing good. I'm fairly insulated and even then OPSEC is my sop.

[–]yummyluckycharms 1 point2 points  (1 child)

Considering how I refuse to hire women who post feminist nonsense on any of their social media feeds, I can understand where they come from.

the difference is - I'm valuable - they're not

[–]infiniteslinky 24 points25 points  (14 children)

I get that Trump winning is good for men, and bad for feminists so I understand why many people here are on his side. I think something as complicated as an election has many more factors that need considering which led me to be extremely disappointed with the results. I had read all the policy points on our President Elect's web page, and I am really very concerned about them. I am a CPA, and his tax plans gives me shivers. I don't really know what is going to happen, but I am glad the feminists got a little reality check. I just hope a realty check isn't coming for all of us in the near future.

[–]RedDeadCred 13 points14 points  (0 children)

It's great for feminists. Feminists are miserable with power.

[–]SetConsumes 3 points4 points  (10 children)

What about his tax plan gave you the shivers? Truly curious for your view.

[–]infiniteslinky 21 points22 points  (9 children)


He is giving the largest tax cut to the wealthy/corporations in history. Much greater than the Bush Tax Cuts. The Bush economic policy is what created such tremendous income inequality and concentration of wealth to begin with. You can see he is accomplishing that by changing of the brackets in the section "tax law changes". That he is also repealing the death tax, so people like him can pass billions of dollars to their children tax free.

That makes me nervous for many reasons:

The government needs that money. It pays for a lot of things. I have read estimates that these tax cuts will cost about 1 trillion dollars a year to the federal government.

There are a lot of Angry people that support "breaking the establishment" the conditions caused by the bush tax cut I mentioned above squeezing the shit out of their wallets. Now Trump's policies promote tax cuts that dwarf the bush era cuts. The very people who are Angry, are being duped in to accepting economic policy that will worsen the conditions further multiply their misery.

That doesn't sit well with me.

The only thing I can say that is good about the Trump Tax plan, is that he seems to be putting in provisions to help people with children. Above the line deductible child care expenses are pretty solid thing to do for working families.

All in all though, leaving working families scraps while the super rich get 99% of the benefit of this program isn't equitable, but unconscionable. Now if I was super rich I might have a different opinion. I make somewhere in the 140k range, and Trump is putting proportionally, the lions share of taxes on people like me. (surprise). I guess I think the tax code should kind of be like spider-man's value: that with great power comes great responsibility.

Now you pair these giant tax cuts, with these giant infrastructure plans he has and I just have to wonder, where the hell is the money going to come from?

If you disagree that's cool. But that's my thinking on things.

[–]Hamster_S_Thompson 6 points7 points  (1 child)

Him being non-pc is his only asset. Other than that he's an easily manipulated imbecile with fascist tendencies.

He admitted himself that he surrounds himself with people that are dumber than him.

These are huge red flags for president.

I'm really worried about the republic.

[–]infiniteslinky 1 point2 points  (0 children)

I'm liquidating my assets and waiting for the implosion.

[–][deleted] 28 points29 points  (3 children)

I posted this on shit book in response to the SJW's destroying my feed. Thought it might apply here - No arguing or responding to bullshit, its a statement and it stands without comment.

Regarding 98% of my timeline on this website (yes thats probably you) - "Trump is the natural result of the lefts highly politically correct, anti-white, anti-male, and anti-american rhetoric. Turns out if you demonize the people you disagree with, paint them as racists and oppressors and tell them that any and all of their successes are a result of some unearned "privilege", they will create a counter-revolution. Progressives, Trump is the consequence of your actions, your rhetoric, and the identity politics you brought into American politics. You made your bed, now lie in it." Furthermore - "When all the non-racist, non-misogynist, non-homophobic, non-bigoted, everyday ordinary people get so sick of you calling them racists, misogynists, homophobes, and bigots that they go out and vote against your candidate, do you: A. Reevaluate your personal conduct and strategy of convincing people to share your politics. OR B. Call them racists, misogynist, homophobes, bigots, and yell at them even more. According to my timelines most of you choose B, and thats why your candidate lost." I fully support Donald J. Trump. I will give him a fair, open, and honest chance to run this country until I pass judgement on him. Progressives asked the same when Obama was elected and I did just that - In fact I voted for him twice. No 'change' ever was accomplished. This country is more divided now than it ever was 8 years ago. Complete and utter epic failure. Lets Make America Great Again.

[–]NietzscheExplosion 52 points53 points  (6 children)

Yea fuck that, fuck PC garbage. They don't like the election result? Want a war? We're good at that too...

White votes matter. Power is power.

[–]Adjudikated 5 points6 points  (0 children)

Ya the reaction to the election results is social hamstering at its finest.

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[–]Drogba006 23 points24 points  (0 children)

The feeling of laughing at some stupid millenials face because Hillary lost is way better than a date

[–]tallwheel 1 point2 points  (0 children)

The correct thing to do would have been to agree and say "It's a national tragedy" or whatever. Then spank her good in bed.

[–]trpjnf 19 points20 points  (0 children)

Social media arguments are never worth the trouble. Nothing good has ever resulted from a Facebook argument, other than as a form of entertainment.

However, I will be sporting my MAGA hat around campus. Today is special.

[–]PaulAJK 15 points16 points  (0 children)

I've had a wonderful day bathing in the salty tears of SJWs though.

[–]Senior ContributorNightwingTRP 11 points12 points  (2 children)

Waste of time on social media, yes. IRL... not so much if your frame is solid enough and you've cranked your IDGAF up to 10.

The thing about the social justice thing vs the views we hold, is that social justice works by shaming people and making them feel isolated. The Trump victory shows you're no longer alone. Do not continue to fall for their shit during the time when you are able to go on the offensive.

[–][deleted] 7 points8 points  (0 children)

I like pointing out the fact that they lost because they downplayed and mocked the concerns of many, many folks.

The idea that you can label people you disagree with as stupid is what gave us this result. It turns out people take issue with that. The SJW ideology is bankrupt and this election was, in part, a referendum on it and the PC culture as a whole.

It's most definitely wishful thinking, but I hope this election hastens the death of this way of thinking. If it doesn't, we (the silent majority / RP) eagerly await round 2 in 2020. Bring it on. #MAGA

[–]juzeza 2 points3 points  (0 children)

My solution: Stopped participating in social media.

Problem solved!

No more urges.

Other people's opinion is none of my business.

[–]momomotorboat 10 points11 points  (13 children)

Ok, so how did Trump win, OP? If you apply this rule, how could someone walk into an election and behave unlike everyone else and win?

What I'm trying to get at is: there are times to buck this trend. It's easy to argue how he won, but if this rule was so powerful, then he shouldn't have won.

We all know there are times to break with the current and do otherwise. Are there any laws of power that discuss that? Cus it looks like Trump, by breaking a law of power, is about to come up on a whole lot of power.

[–][deleted] 18 points19 points  (7 children)

Are you kidding?? He sympathized 200% with the working class. Every rally he bemoaned the elites, the media, China, the world for laughing at us, blah blah blah. Whereas the Dems are always "vote for me it's good for you," trump ran a very empathical campaign to the working class, which swung Wisconsin, Michigan, Ohio and Pennsylvania in his favor

[–]KingoftheAssholes 6 points7 points  (3 children)

how could someone walk into an election and behave unlike everyone else and win?

Because Trump obey a different law. Law #6 Court attention at all costs. Remember the laws of power are not a written in stone. You use them when you need them. President-elect Trump was already famous for being who he is when he started runing. If he would have behave like the rest of them he would never made past the primary.

[–]Ifuckinglovepron 4 points5 points  (0 children)

I love living in a solid red state, nothing to hide, and I was with the winning team before anyone thought they had a chance, even here.

Attended one of his first rallies as a diversion and came away realizing this would come to be.

[–]Betterthanuatlife 6 points7 points  (2 children)

Everyone I've seen on Facebook who are upset about this are dumb bimbos, bluepillers, feminists, and pseudo-intellectual neckbeards. They have no logical argument as to why though when I've seen them debate people in their comments, only emotional shouting like "OH mah gawd, he's literally Hitler and a sexist, racist bigot!" There's no point in arguing against them, they're idiots.

[–][deleted] 1 point2 points  (1 child)

I'm an independent, I have conservative views mixed in with liberal views but also just views of my own in general that I just believe to be basic common sense and human empathy. I voted Green Party simply because I think there needs to be a 3rd party represented at presidential debates and covered more in general. simply choosing between vanilla and chocolate is unacceptable, maybe I want strawberry, maybe I want cookie dough. But to be told it's either this or that, is just wrong, and that is the system as a whole.

My biggest issue with trump isn't the racist rhetoric (and there is plenty, but whether he means to say it or not, a lot of his supporters are choosing to misinterpret or interpret correctly his words to fit their racist, ignorant views, kind of like they do with the bible, because all those die hard christians don't even comprehend the bible, they are brainwashed). No, the biggest and most concerning issue with trump, and a lot of conservatives, is their outright denial in climate change. Maybe they don't read scientific studies, with the data to back it up, maybe they don't feel it because they are in states where the weather stays relatively the same all year round. I am from the Northeast, and I don't even need to read a study to know that climate change is a real and concerning thing. Last January and February, I was wearing short sleeves outside and felt warm, think about that for a second. Those are the coldest months in the Northeast and have been for decades upon decades, so why all of a sudden do people feel like its fall or spring in the middle of the winter? Climate change is very real, and businesses won't be around to prosper and people won't be around to work for those business, if we do not take care of our environment. Polar bear and bee populations are decreasing at alarming rates, would you just chalk that up to a coincidence? Quite frankly, I think if someone doesn't believe in climate change, it's because they are a fuckin moron or corrupt. It's that simple, there is no in between.

Another issue I have with trump, is that he will pander to corporations, that continue to rape and pillage the land and let the working people deal with the consequences. Towns across the nation are having their water supplies tainted because of drilling, water supplies being compromised because we want to provide bottled water. Food corporations mislabeling products on purpose to increase their profits. Just look into the food you are eating, where you are getting your chicken or beef from, it's disgusting how these animals live in their own feces, are given unnatural hormones to grow faster, and then we eat these things and wonder why cancer and heart disease increase every year. trump will not stop this, actually, he will promote it.

Why is the private prison system even a thing? why are prisons making a profit? this doesn't seem concerning or shady to you? trump will not stop this either, hillary wouldn't either, but why are we profiting off of people's mistakes when we are supposed to be rehabilitating them. Why are taxpayers footing the $30-50k/year (give or take) to house an inmate, how infuriating is it when you find out that inmate, who costed taxpayers $200k for their prison sentence, was in jail for doing drugs. That person wasn't a criminal, they were just someone that wanted to get high, but we will surely turn that person into a criminal by putting him in with rapists and murderers, and leaving him to fend for himself. trump would only promote this system with his talk of how "stop and frisk" was so great. fuck outta here.

So if you are arguing with a "libtard" and they call you an ignorant moron, maybe it's because you refuse to believe something that is so obvious. At this stage, saying that that climate change doesn't exist is like saying slavery was never a thing, or that the holocaust never happened.

EDIT: I think a good portion of this also applies to democratic candidates as well.

[–]SickOfIt518 2 points3 points  (0 children)

The culling of friends must happen to evolve your social circle.

[–]truthseeker201 2 points3 points  (0 children)

This makes no sense. If we apply this "law" to the recent election, saying things on social media in favor of trump would be going WITH the grain, not against it. On Nov 8th, we found out how the majority of Americans really feel. It just appears you are going against the grain because most liberals happen to be social media whores. Now, if we are talking specific TRP ideas, yeah I would keep that on the downlow, because they are still pretty unorthodox even for the avg trump voter.

[–]Trump_will_win_2016 2 points3 points  (1 child)

One of the many incredible things Trump has proven in his victory in this election is that the laws of power are overrated at best, bullshit at worst. I have expressed unpopular opinions multiple times and almost always experienced an increase in SMV. Have some balls and stand for what you believe in.

[–]greatslyfer 2 points3 points  (0 children)

I was gonna write some corrections on some common bad arguments against Trump but then I was like "...what's the fucking point?"

It's like they TRY to switch off their brains when attacking Trump.

[–]tedted8888 12 points13 points  (4 children)

Idk, people freaked out about Obama. I mean his best friend growing up was bill ayres, a wanted FBI terrorist. His pastor also said goddamm America. He shouldn't have qualified for top secret security clearance. Neither should Hillary. But if I point this out I'm a racist misogynist pig that hates black people and repeats to many words and insults.

On the other hand Regan ran on repealing the department of education, and was slandered as a crazy war hawk. Nothing seemed to happen. Nothing seems to happen. Obama care won't be repealed and replaced. Term limits aren't happening, and the tax code isn't going to be reformed. Food stamps aren't going away. Disability is here to stay.

So yeah as much as I want to point and laugh at liberals, I just don't want the drama. Drama is women's work. I'll just focus on myself and quietly laugh at the hypocrisy of liberals. And enjoy some whiskey. For me.

[–]infiniteslinky 2 points3 points  (3 children)

I thought they promised Obama care would be repealed and replaced on day 1. You cant just ignore statements like that... it is the cornerstone of all republican policy, and ambition for the last 8 years... If you are benefiting from Obama care... well... you wont be for long.

[–]tedted8888 1 point2 points  (0 children)

You need to try harder at sarcasm sir

[–]tallwheel 1 point2 points  (0 children)

You cant just ignore statements like that

Trump changes his stance all the time. You're not even going to be able to count the number of campaign promises he breaks before his first term is over.

[–]reallydontgiveashit 15 points16 points  (7 children)

Fucking nailed it brother. Gonna post a comment I made in another thread (OP deleted his account and post after not being worshipped by TRP) and hopefully it will help with this argument.

I'm not going to validate Trump to you. You have made your choice and your mind is set. This post is dead anyhow as OP is a Beta pussy that deleted his post and account. Instead I will use my handy dandy red pill and maybe you'll swallow it. All you need to know about Hillary:

(AWALT) All Women Are Like That.
Follow her actions never her words.
She will never love you like your mother.
Men love women. Women love children. Children love puppies.

Is Killary your special unicorn. You really believe she is gonna make your life (a RP man?, I assume but am not certain) better?

Like I said, it doesn't matter what your choice was. What's done is done. I served my time under Obama. Now it's your turn. One of the greatest laws ever.

Think as you like but behave like others.

You can talk all you want, but I won, and America won. MAGA.

[–]anonymousapple111 1 point2 points  (0 children)

Meh. Stay low for a few days and rub it in their faces after they've accepted and moved on

[–]TheElite3740 1 point2 points  (1 child)

Nah. I've been fully vocal about my views. Commenting on anti trump posts with facts whilst liberal cucks reply with silence as they haven't done the research. I've been removing people by the bucket load for their libtard views

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

I was unfriended by 5 leftist turds because I support Trump, fuck them, not even mad

[–]half-spin 1 point2 points  (0 children)

The forums i read are all in a post-apocalyptic mode. There is so much negativity , it's astonishing.

The question is, however, The red pill is no longer an unconventional idea. Red pill ideas are now in the majority of people, so what will happen to "mainstream" discourse?

[–]inspiron3000 1 point2 points  (0 children)

To apply law 38 means that you should behave like others.
Today that means to follow Trump supporters, the majority, and to shut up about the minority, the unpopular Hillary Clinton.

To hide your feelings about the election out of fear of rejection is cowardice.
The media has shown how politically incorrect they were and today it is no longer meaningful or wise to continue to fear "political correctness" of the minority.

If you are a Republican or Trump supporter, you should not fear.
If you are a Democrat or Clinton supporter, you might want to heed the 38th law and have a nice cup of shutthefuckup.

[–]TheLolomancer 1 point2 points  (0 children)

The lion does not concern itself with the opinions of sheep.

It is content to simply devour them.

[–]Your_Coke_Dealer 1 point2 points  (0 children)

Actually, you know what, ignore this post. Go and spout your political views like there's no tomorrow. You know why? Because that's how you learn the hard best way to always follow this rule.

Politics is exactly how I learned to shut the fuck up when my views oppose many surrounding me. I loved to debate, not just to share my views, but to win arguments. And I was actually pretty good at it. But the problem is, then I started to find myself quite often in situations where the rules of debate and of basic respect no longer applied. Where I previously could expect to argue with people who would hear my side if I heard theirs, I started to face a lot more people who would just gang up on me and shame, mock, or insult me for holding such "unacceptable" views.

So I learned fast to shut up and spot those who didn't seem totally bought into the whole vitriolic circle jerk, then speak to them carefully and one on one on the issue. But seriously, this is something everyone should learn the reason why for themselves

[–]mykonos_rm 4 points5 points  (1 child)

then theres that other law about being better to be hated than ignored

[–]SetConsumes 3 points4 points  (0 children)

The laws are situational. You can't afford to be hated if you have no power and no one wants to be you. Kind of like the law of using absence to create value, worthless if you're not going to be missed.

[–]Drogba006 2 points3 points  (0 children)

What if you don't care at all, and you just want to bathe in the angry tears?

[–]1TimmyTurnersNuts 2 points3 points  (0 children)

Or claim neutrality and play devil's advocate. I live in the deep south and the Trump win is loved. It's about 90-10% in favor of Trump. The law firm I work at, as a college kid? LIBERAL. Only me and the office manager are conservatives. When the head guy spoke to me about politics, I simply smiled and nodded at his Pro Hillary bullshit. That's a potential reference in the future, why fuck that up? Never break Law 38 unless you have FUCK YOU MONEY.

[–]Oftowerbroleaning 3 points4 points  (0 children)

They've been spewing their liberal horse shit at me for 16 months. You can bet your ass I'm going to gloat. And I'll be smug as fuck about it.

[–]rygar_the_red 2 points3 points  (0 children)

This whole thing has been a pain in my ass.

I cut news and TV out of my life some years ago, including the political bullshit.

It's slightly challenging once in a while when most folks somewhere want to talk about game of thrones or last night's ball game, but this is a whole nother level.

It's damn near 100% of people want to get into it over this particular election. Pain in the ass.

[–]gayqwertykeyboard 3 points4 points  (9 children)

I understand what all of you are saying, but do you really think Trump is going to be the savior of us all? He's a clown and has no idea what he's doing, let's be honest. The reason he won is because many Americans are fed up with the status quo, however, Trump is not the one who will make anything better. He literally has no idea how to run a country. The only thing he ever says is "I'm gonna build a wall" and "I'm gonna make America and everything great again." That's all good and well, but where is his plan? HOW is he going to change anything? A 35% tariff on imports? Building a billion dollar wall? Impeding free trade? Do any of you really think those things are gonna work? It's cool to talk big, but talk is cheap. But I'm hopeful, we'll see what the future holds.

And Trump is not an RP man. He constantly resorts to insults and child like behavior to get his way. He cannot even be professional in a presidential debate. Constantly interrupting your opponent is not holding frame, it is the exact opposite. It shows that his frame is weak and that he cannot control himself just like a child. And since when has racism, sexual perversion, and bigotry become a part of red pill idealogy? I thought we were about supporting our fellow man, building each other up, not putting others down. It is shameful that so many of you blindly support this clown as if he's the second coming of Jesus. get your heads straight, you're all starting to remind of the blue pilled and feminist idiots which you go against so fervently.

[–]Stythe 1 point2 points  (0 children)

I'd love to talk about this with people but of course there's no debate, just people screaming and crying about how Trump will nuke us all. There's never been more proof that elections are just as much about social-feels though, so that's currently a good reminder of how society works.

[–]bigcitytruth 1 point2 points  (0 children)

You'd be surprised how many Bernie supporters are okay with Trump's win.

[–]amekooky 0 points1 point  (1 child)

the liberal friends fuming over me voting for the "racist candidate" since im hispanic. isn't that prejudice in itself ?

[–]throwaway-aa2 0 points1 point  (1 child)

I live in NYC and I'm honestly afraid for my safety. I'm almost 100% sure I'd be severely beaten if I tried to wear anything Donald Trump and I'd be ostracized completely at my place of work for supporting him, if not outright fired... I'd lose the support of my team and it would effect me greatly.

People just don't get it. The people I knew at work IMMEDIATELY drew me into political conversation and called anyone who voted for Trump lost, racist, homophobic... there IS no discussion and I don't even care to have a discussion so I had to sit there and smile at their little quips and viewpoints. It's disgusting but I had to know and believe in that 38th law of power. I wish I could be more upfront but I need to live to fight another day... I make a lot of money at my job and I like living in the city and I'm not willing to give it up in the blind pursuit of speaking my mind and telling it like it is. I'm GRATEFUL that voting is an anonymous action and honestly the empathy of people around me who don't even consider some of the people they call friends or family or co workers voted for someone different from them, and they completely ostracized them.

[–]BluestBlackBalls 2 points3 points  (0 children)

Stop being a mangina.

You do not advertise your RP nature, why should you do the same with Trump?

Is it so difficult to say, "I know right." And keep it moving.

[–]j3nbu 1 point2 points  (1 child)

Oh my god. Stop being such fucking pussies and just say what you think.

You are not a fucking mideval prince. You are a regular person.

The idea that you are some super secret power broker because you pussy put of debate and argument is laughable

[–]RedDeadCred 8 points9 points  (0 children)

It's really just about not alienating people you are forced to work with.

[–]1Jax77789 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Law 38 can go to hell man. It is not unconventional to say you are a Republican or a Conservative. To support Trump is a true sign of shitlord-über-super-Alpha-pack leader.

What's going to happen ? Stupid libtards and close-minded people cut you off...yeah....what were you going to do with them anyway ? And...chicks flock to you..they love men who stand their ground, regardless of whatever womenese I-am-so-shocked they gush. At worst...is she hates you she is more likely to fuck you...

[–]ifancy 0 points1 point  (1 child)

You need to strike cognitive biases and bait and switch them into logical fallacies.. only works if you are being factual and they are half truthing, or moral high grounding you. Gets to a point where their little brains cant handle it anymore because they cant keep affirmimg their false world view.

[–]mdcrubengonza 0 points1 point  (0 children)

I hold no qualms with addressing ill-conceived concerns. Cowardice nor stupidity will be allowed near me. Sure, I will be careful if my income and livelihood depended on it (it doesn't), but for now? I'm spreading logic, or attacking the stubborn defects that I come across.

Like we saw with Trump's behavior through out his campaign, timidity, not even disguised as a law, should be respected.

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