Conspiracy theorists are always telling us how they “investigate” things, how they find the “real story” instead of accepting what they’re told, and how they “follow the money”. Conspiracy theorists don’t really do any of that. They just claim to do that. Even if we accepted that they do those three things, conspiracy theorists have universally failed to do those things when it comes to game.
What inspired this post was Twenty pointing out how he questioned what the real deal with Kezia Noble was on Workshy Joe’s blog. Kezia Noble claims that some PUAs approached her to start doing game “seminars”, and that’s how she got involved with game. Given that one of the rules about game is supposed to be never listen to women about women, this does sound fishy. It makes sense to question what Kezia Noble is really doing. On the other hand given that game doesn’t exist and the church of game is nothing more than a scam, PUA gurus wouldn’t follow their own advice so Kezia Noble’s story is plausible. Being a conspiracy theorist who “investigates”, “looks for the real story”, and “follows the money”, it would make sense that Workshy Joe would at least be interested in Twenty’s alternate explination that struggling model/actress/waitress looking for a marketing hook. But he isn’t interested and instead banned Twenty for daring to question Kezia Noble. (As a side point conspiracy theorists have always talked about they believe in free speech and don’t ban or edit comments for disagreement. Conspiracy theorists have accused me of being “like a rabid feminist” for automatically sending their comments to the moderation queue of this blog for review since I don’t want this blog to get flooded with conspiracy theory. It’s no surprise that conspiracy theorists have lied again.)
I don’t know what Kezia Noble’s real deal is. It doesn’t matter because whether you accept her explination of how she got into doing game seminars or think an alternate explination is true because in either case Kezia Noble is a scam. Either PUA gurus are using Kezia Noble as a front for their scam or she’s a struggling actress/model/waittress who got into the game scam for cash. There’s no explination for Kezia Noble except that she’s a scam either as a mastermind or as a patsy. It’s an effective one too. None of the conspiracy theorists have even bother to question or investigate Kezia Noble. They’re probably too busy starting at her boobs thinking that “they can’t be fooled”.
And it’s not just conspiracy theorists that are being scammed by Kezia Noble either. In my last post I linked to the badger hut blog as an example of (non-conspiracy theorist) gamers getting hoodwinked by Kezia Noble. Read what Coastal had to say about that link.
I was going to say you were probably being a little harsh on the guys at Badger Hut….. until I clicked the link.
Man alive! They’re even discussing Princess Skezia rolling her eyes to a point she doesn’t like as though it were a brilliant rebuttal worthy of Dorothy Parker, not the action of a spoilt, entitled brat incapable of actually arguing a point.
Conspiracy theorists failing to “investigate”, “look for the real story”, and “follow the money” with game isn’t limited to just Kezia Noble. They have failed to do those three things with game in general. It’s fact that was feminist as late as a year and a half ago. Are any conspiracy theorists asking real questions about if game was feminist before, is it still feminist? No. They just accept the explination that game was feminist and it magically stopped being feminist a year and half ago. They wouldn’t accept an explination like that with anything else so why are they doing that with game? Why aren’t conspiracy theorists asking questions about why game gurus are feminist or sympathetic to feminism? Why aren’t conspiracy theorists asking questions about why feminists such as Amanda Marcotte are getting involved with advice to pick up women? Because conspiracy theorists wouldn’t know a real conspiracy if it bit them on the ass. That being said I don’t think the church of game is a feminist conspiracy, just feminist. Even if conspiracy theorists made up a crazy conspiracy about NOW creating game to destroy the MRM at least conspiracy theorists would be doing some good by pointing out how the church of game is feminist. (Instead conspiracy theorists are busy telling us that feminism was created by child molesting reptiles from Mars or genetically engineered Satan worshipping Jews.)
This proves that conspiracy theorists are either secretly feminists themselves or more likely that they were easily manipulated by feminists. Conspiracy theorists claim that they can see “what’s really going on”, yet they failed to do so. Instead they were turned into broadcasters of feminist propaganda while believing they were against feminism.
Conspiracy theorists failed to “follow the money” when it comes to the church of game. Why did game gurus start peddling game among MRAs? Money. A lot of MRAs are voluntarily or involuntarily celibate. The game gurus saw potentional customers so they marketed game among MRAs claiming that it was a vital part of anti-feminism. That’s the same reason that “relationship game” and “marriage game” showed up not long afterwards. The game gurus are trying to market game to guys who aren’t celibate too. Game in the manosphere is all about the money. It’s one big scam to seperate you from your money and sell you a nonexistent product. All you need to do is follow the money to see the truth about game.