Master Don Juan
- Apr 20, 2014
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For the last time, I'm not talking about the situation itself, I'm not talking about market forces or any other tenuous consideration you're coming up with.Lol I hear you, but I'm not even sure if this discussion is a full-fledged MGTOW discussion.
You have guys running around in their mother's basement, who never kissed a girl, saying they are a MGTOW. Then you have guys (like the one in this video), who have been screwed over by women legally, and are trying to EDUCATE men on the reality of today's market.
But of course, you'll have guys come on here that will say anybody who "discusses the market" is just a negative, bitter, fool. Because you know, apparently, we all live in a fvcking vacuum where LIFE is solely the result of our own individual/personal choices and the surrounding market forces have absolutely no influence over how our lives end up. Nope. It's all our personal choices and how "positive" we think.
I'm talking about the psychology of the reaction of this guy.
Listen to his words:
-"I thought I was going to be married happily ever after." (Disney dreamland level of complacency: god mode)
-"I paid her insurance/retirement fund because I thought it was for the both of us." (supplicating provider)
-"Marriage is a financially destructive force." (butthurt. people get financially screwed every day of the week, not just in divorce courts. Next time get a pre-nup)
Me, me, me, me, fcking me. Money. Me.
Guess what dude. Despite a couple of horn honks and high fives, the rest of the world DOES NOT GIVE A FLYING FCK about your failed marriage, the reasons for it, nor what happens to you after. He also talks about negative reactions he gets, which prove that his behaviour is not universally warranted.
It's a selfish world we live in; if you're not going to pick yourself up and sort your own life out, no one else is going to bother with you, least of all in a country like the United States.
Cool, he's still in the denial stage of the grief process. Deal with it how you do, join the picket line, whatever. Seriously, though, most people could not give fewer fcks, least of all women.
I know plenty of very happily married couples. Sure, maybe 50% of marriages do end in divorce. But that also means 50% don't. The guy married the wrong woman. He's identifying all of the things he did wrong, but taking none of the responsibility for it. Fair enough, he was married 20 years, which means it happened when blue pill beta-ism was probably at it's peak (1980's). This does mean that his situation SHOULD NOT be applicable to men these days because they should be savvy to it.
B!tching and whining isn't an 'education'. It's just spreading hate and crybaby attitude. To me (and many others) the guy just looks like a butthurt loser. If he really wanted to 'educate' people, he'd write a book or two on the subject, maybe try to compile a landmark court case.
I don't need to explain myself further. It is his own ignorance and complacency that got him in to the situation (at least in part), and it's his negative attitude that's keeping him there.