Wednesday, June 06, 2007

What I’ve Learned - Summer 2007 and looking ahead

Last December, I spoke of what I had learned as a result of being an MRA for the 6 months beforehand. It has being six months, give and take, since I posted that and as I said at the end of that post, I would be doing this again in 6 months time. Well, the time has come everyone to once again go down that road and see what I’ve learned about myself, my family and the world around me in the past 6 months.

* In respect to recent occurrences, especially in regards to the post below and some others. I’ve learned that feminists are so up - tight and so determined to hold onto their precious status as ‘ victims of society ‘ and ‘ oppressed ‘ when in fact the opposite is true, that they are willing to go to ANY lengths to silence their critics. This includes shaming tactics, screaming over trivial matters, pretending to be MRAs and causing shit on MRA blogs to make us as all look bad amongst other things. Thanks feminists, I’m fairly confident that I now know your tricks and will be able to laugh them off in future.

* In regards to the situation at home, nothing much has changed, accept that for some reason, I no longer really give a fuck about it. Why? I’m not entirely sure. All that I know is that even they acknowledge that I’m different… only to go off and tell me I need to do this and that to become more ‘ normal! ‘ Even though they are flawed, they DO have wisdom to share, the same goes for everyone else. For those who are still living with family. Yes, I know it can be tough be and they can be flawed but don’t completely ignore them, they might have something worthwhile to tell you!

* I’ve also found a possible reason for all the chaos at home and in my life; Predictive Programming. Its basically brain washing people to behave in a certain manner. The weapons of choice? School for young people and the mainstream media for everyone. Through the presentation of the media, through its constant depressing news, sensationalism, stupid TV dramas with an inordinate amount of chaos in them and so on. People parrot what they see and hear through the media.

School is less about learning and more about indoctrinating children at an age where they take in things like a sponge to accept what things are going to like for them when they grow up, how society will treat them, how others will treat them and how to treat others.

The result? People are more isolated from each other than ever before, in spite of all this ‘ communications technology! ‘ The family has all but being destroyed and most of those that still remain are all but dysfunctional, with the unnecessary drama and chaos brought about as a result of predictive programming. Generations are separated from each other, men from woman and child from parent.

* I too, like everyone else, am a victim of this predictive programming. I’ve being conditioned to despise manual labour, amongst other things, like many of today’s youth. As a result, people don’t form an appreciation of those who do these shit jobs as many of them are the very people we depend upon to keep society going or for life in general. I too leech money of parents while I’m in college and being honest, I hate it. I don’t particularly like or want to be dependent on them. My father gave me advice to go and work in a building site or something similar for a few months, the one thing I despise above everything else, saying it would be good for the mind, body and soul after I get over the anger, frustration and depression of having to do it.

I guess I owe the people at the nice guy forum a thank you for pointing me in the right direction when I brought it up. I posted it there instead of elsewhere because I knew I’d get the most blunt but honest answers there. I have it in mind now to do that once, just once for 3 - 6 months before I enter my chosen industry, even if that means I’ll have to wait until I after I graduate until I do so. People, even my own family would probably think I’ve gone mad but if anything, it will be an exercise in ‘ deprogramming ‘ myself and will help me to become more mature and straighten my prospective.

* That there are jackasses everywhere. Let me tell you this, I thought the situation in secondary school was bad but man, the situation in college is actually WORSE! I’m talking about people who get a kick out of making fun of me because of my middle name to the I behave. I’ve covered what some of the girls thought of me a while back, most have looked at them the wrong way.

Also, apparently, whenever they have party, everyone is invited……. except me. I guess they really don’t like me for some reason. To that extent, I’ll probably NEVER go to any class party they organise again unless by some disturbance in the force, I’m elected class rep in second year. Better to not go then go and end up pissed off! I want to enjoy myself too but I want a degree at the end of this as well. If I have to completely alienate myself from my year to achieve this goal, then so be it.

It will be interesting to see all these people in about 10 years time and how they will wish they paid more attention to me while in secondary school / college and less time poking fun at me! Of what fun will that be when I’m a made man and the shit has hit the fan for them!

OK, now that I’ve discussed what I’ve learned in the past 6 months, I would like to take some time to talk about the future. Well, I’m be finding out my first year exam results on Friday, based on those results, I will see where I will be next year. I’ll more than likely be a second year graphic design student. The following Monday, June 11th, I’ll be going for my Jaw Operation, something that will put me out of action for at least a few days as well as effect my diet for about 3 months! At least I’ll be dependent on my family to do things for me for a change as opposed for to them being dependent on me to do things!

As for the blog, I’ll probably delete the link to my Anti - NWO blog and instead dedicate all my resources into this blog. So, expect more varied content here in the future as I diversify my subjects. I’ll keep the name An Irishman Against Feminism though because its my trademark now, anyways, the text under the title ‘ I am an Irish Man. I am against feminism and all things surrounding it or it surrounds. Need I say more? ‘ is there because when I created this blog, I knew I’d be eventually going into other topics related to Feminism or Feminism is related to that effect us all.

As I’m learning, men all over the west are slowly but very surely waking up. This is always a good thing. The more men waking up to the injustices of society and saying ’ Fuck this, I’m going my own way! ‘ , the better. I can see a hopeful future for humanity if we can keep this up, not the dark future that the elites want. The rate of which men ( AND women too! ) will be waking up will accelerate over the next few years and there is NOTHING you can do to stop it!

Ladies and Gentlemen, there are sure most interesting times we live in and I believe that we’re soon heading into the end game, the final battle between humanity and the elites. This will pit man against woman, boy against girl, man against machine. What will YOU be doing? Will be a passive observer and perish or an aggressive warrior?

Until next time,



Anonymous said...

"As a result, people don’t form an appreciation of those who do these shit jobs as many of them are the very people we depend upon to keep society going or for life in general."

People don't appreciate unskilled/low-skilled/manual work for the simple reason that it doesn't pay well. And they're dead right. That's all there is to it really.

Go into that are if you like/have to but at the end of the day you will unappreciated both by your employer and society in general.

Anonymous said...





NHY said...

Anon: 4:35. I think I should explain that a little more. I'm meant that people have to take on these jobs as they go through college to pay for everything, if you know what I mean.

Anon 4:36: Go away, troll. I thought I'd gotten rid of you! I can easily reject your comments if I want to. Anyways, I don't want to go down that road again. So take this as your one and only warning.

the anon mra said...

That last comment wasn't me, obviously.

I will no longer be wasting my time offering you advice. Your playing the victim sickens me. You have some cheek accusing feminists of this when you cry 'but I've been bullied!' every time you are offered constructive criticism.

In an earlier post you attributed some of your unpopularity to a 'brutal honesty'. Well that is all I offered you. Can you only give it out, not take it?

Thank you, however, for listening to me even if you do not have the good grace to thank me for my advice. Now that you are proof reading your own posts, reading them is actually enjoyable!

You think I'm a troll, well fuck you. MRN, who wants to know who I am - I don't blog 'personally', so I will not be saying much about Ireland (I moved at the beginning of this year anyway so I'm a bit cut off from current events!) And the ease with which I figured who NHY was has convinced me again that divulging ANY personal information would be a mistake. I'd advise you, MRN, not to say anything personal - Ireland is just too small.

Anonymous said...

You never know, you might enjoy the building site - I converted my attic - the choking dust was horrible, but the manual labour was quite, well, refreshing.

But then I'm also a 100-hour-a-week workaholic who studied days and worked nights while I was a student...

though a building site is a nice change from a desk!

Anonymous said...

I notice from your writings NHY that you are a bit of an outsider.
GOOD!!I was that way, still am to a large degree. It gets easier as you get older,being an outsider will make you stronger and not one of the herd.Thinking for yopurself
leads to better things ALWAYS!

Being honest about the pc crap we see all around us, rather than the sheep who belive what they see on the TV and read in the controlled and biased media.This does NOT win friends and influence people.
But in the long run where will they be in 10 or 20 years.
Who knows, they may find out what you already know regarding feminist bias in society, in the hard school of experience!

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