[repost: @mgtow_man] Looks like MGTOW finally made it to mainstream media. Why CNN had to be the network to pick up this story doesn’t make me happy, nor does the mainstream exposure of this philosophy. Keeping this underground is part of the #fightclub allure of it. Having the world become aware just puts a huge target on our backs. The story line was a sob-story, however if Lisa Ling thinks that’s what we want then I think she’s off-base. I don’t believe we are looking for a woman’s sympathy. Best case scenario it wakes up some men who are drowning in blue pills and grows the movement, worst case it makes the system that is set up to hurt men even more vigilant in keeping us on the plantation. If anyone believes the injustices us men have to deal with daily is just a coincidence, believe me everything is done intentionally. There is nothing “fair” about the gynocentric system we live under. It’s made to exalt women and keep men down. To women, gender equality means -> gender superiority. This truly is a gender war as Big John, who I respect, mentioned. Women have relentlessly pushed and pushed and us men cannot fight back, which is why we are ghosting society and going our own way. The 42 minute story could have done a better job explaining the injustices of #metoo false accusations that ruin men’s lives, the unfairness of dating, the fact that women aren’t women anymore, women’s infidelity, female monkey branching, their entitled attitudes, social media attention whoring, men being discouraged to pursue higher education because college campuses have become increasingly anti-male, the destruction of the family unit because of government assistance for single mothers.. etc etc. there are 1 million issues beyond just divorce, child support and alimony. .
Thanks for all #MGTOW for your support. I love this community for many reasons but mainly because it has been a way for us to share very critical ideas with each other. You can find your voice here and we have each other’s backs. If I never found other men going through the same things I have I would have believed I was the only one. #brotherhood#redpill
Our junior high team is looking to capture BACK-to-BACK championships this year! Big home playoff game this Saturday and of course, even in November, they’re still doing Oklahoma drills! Love the physicality this group displays. We can’t wait to get these guys at the high school level next year! Gonna be an excited 4 years and the sky is the limit! #twp#brotherhood#family#brightfuture#youthfootball#oklahomadrill
With honor we acknowledge @buckeyesteve97 We answered his call. How or will you respond?
126 Push-Ups for Sgt. Ron Helus of the Ventura County Sheriff’s Office. Sergeant Ron Helus was shot and killed after responding to an active shooter at a bar at 99 Rolling Oaks Drive in Thousand Oaks.
When he arrived, Sergeant Helus heard gunfire coming from inside the bar, which was occupied by nearly 200 college students. He and a California Highway Patrol officer immediately made entry into the bar and confronted the shooter, but Sergeant Helus was shot and severely wounded. The other officer was able to pull Sergeant Helus from the building and provided medical aid.
Sergeant Helus was taken to a local hospital where he died from his wounds. Eleven citizens were also shot and killed in the incident, and numerous others were wounded.
The suspect was later found dead inside the bar from a self-inflicted gunshot wound.
Sergeant Helus served with the Ventura County Sheriff's Office for 29 years. He is survived by his wife and son. Your brave heroism shall never be forgotten.
Your life mattered.
Rest easy, we shall carry the load from here.
The #tblpushupchallenge and #tblchallenge to “Turn Instagram Blue” were started to help spread awareness of the dangers we face on the job, to discuss ways to keep the number of officers killed in the line of duty lower, to stress the importance of fitness as a first responder, and above all else to honor our fallen brothers and sisters.
There are too many police and first responder pages on IG that don’t honor our fallen family members! This is unacceptable!
Remember a hero remembered never dies!
It is up to all of us to remember and never forget them!
What will you do to honor them?
I am challenging everyone in the #thinblueline to do 126 push ups (you don’t have to do them all in a row!!!) to honor each officer who has died in the line of duty.
Or simply post something on your page to honor them.
Don’t forget to use the tag, and to challenge others on your own.
We should turn IG and social media blue every time we lose a family member. No excuses.
Story and post courtesy of ODMP.ORG and @buckeyesteve97
This dude inspires me.
This guy, his name is Chun, quit his accounting job on Wall Street last week and drove 16 hours to take his first class on vehicle wrapping.
He said he was bored and wasn’t happy with his current job.
Let that sink in.
He quit a lucrative job on Wall Street in NYC, packed his stuff and jumped in a car to start a new career in an industry he knows basically nothing about.
How can you not admire that!
I always hear people say they hate their job, they’re not happy, “I want a change but I just can’t do it”, I’m uncomfortable, etc., etc., etc.
After hearing this guys story, I want to challenge anyone reading this that is not happy to make a change.
Not happy at work? Change it.
Not happy in your career? Change it.
Not happy in your relationship? Change it.
Quit complaining and do something about it. I challenge you to #belikechun