Stop hating on the men in your society.
Stop trying to get rid of masculinity and the warrior culture in our young boys.
Be careful what you wish for, you just might get it.
Women of today don’t know the real world.
They only know a world that’s protected from reality by technology.
Hey women! Do you ever stop to think why you’re attracted to the bad-boy, rebellious, risk taker?
Because (like it or not) you carry within you, the evolutionary desire to seek out a mate that will provide resources and protection for you while you’re pregnant.
The world is an extremely cold, uncaring bitch, and you have those natural instincts because you’re going to need help to survive.
It’s that simple.
Think back to our ancient existence, when humans were living prehistoric and often times, short, violent lives. The creature comforts of our modern technological advanced civilization simply did not exist.
Mr. cave man, who wanted to have reproductive access to the female sex had to have something to offer in return.
– He had to assure the females he wanted to mate with that he would provide them with regular access to shelter and sustenance.
– He had to be violent enough to kill enough game so as to feed himself, the women and the children he produced with them.
– He also had to have an innate capacity to kill other men that may want to move in on the resource rich, attractive land that he controlled and the women he had sexual access to.
Violent men have been selected by women for reproduction since the dawn of time.
Despite the fact that we have, through manipulation of the evolutionary drives, built a civilization that alleviates this burden of violence to a large degree.
Your average woman DOES want a bit of that VIOLENT caveman to trickle through the civilized exterior of the man she’s attracted to…on occasion.
“The insistence that the highest moral virtue for a man is harmlessness is absurd. Women don’t even like harmless men. They hate them. They like to claw them apart. What women want are dangerous men who are civilized.”
-Jordan B. Peterson
(Clinical psychologist, and professor of psychology at the University of Toronto.)
“Violence is the natural order of mankind, not peace.
The natural state of mankind is sheer, savage barbarism. It always has been.
Civilized behavior and good will toward our fellow man is the peculiarity. It’s the oddity not the normal default program of mankind.
Civil behavior requires certain tenants to work. One of which is the certainty of punishment for transgressions. It requires the majority of mankind to abide by the agreed upon Rule of Law.
When you take that civilizing power out of the world, you allow the natural brutality of man to become unsuppressed.
The wholesale slaughter of men, women, and children is occurring right now in our “civilized” world. Most always, it’s over a difference of some version of a religious belief.
The quest for power is the primary driving force of history, always has been, always will be. Those who fail to recognize this principle are not spared in the grand chess game, but rather are moved and manipulated by forces that they do not understand.
Don’t be one of those who choose to remain ignorant.
George Orwell wrote in his “Notes on Nationalism” that, for the pacifist, the truth that, “Those who ‘abjure’ violence can only do so because others are committing violence on their behalf,” is obvious but impossible to accept.
There is no evidence to support the idea that man is an inherently peaceful creature. There is substantial evidence to support the notion that violence has always been a part of human life. Every day, archeologists unearth another primitive skull with damage from weapons or blunt force trauma. The very first legal codes were shockingly grisly.
If we feel less threatened today, if we feel as though we live in a non–violent society, it is only because we have ceded so much power over our daily lives to the state. Some call this reason, but we might just as well call it laziness. A dangerous laziness, it would seem, given how little most people say they trust politicians.
Violence doesn’t come from movies or video games or music.
Violence comes from people. People are violent.
You can’t legislate it away or talk your way around it. Based on the available evidence, there’s no reason to believe that world peace will ever be achieved, or that violence can ever be “stopped.” – Jack Donovan