9 comments on “Two Examples

  1. I was wondering why guys like ‘Brent’ don’t just go to a site like J. Orlin Grabbe’s where his delusions would be welcome. Turns out that Mr. Grabbe passed away about three years ago. That was one of the few conspiracy theorist sites I can think of which were so popular that even the mainstream media took notice of it.

    My guess is the reason ‘Brent’ or ‘Warren’ or whoever he is comes to blogs like yours is it’s the only way he can get a decent-sized audience for his madness. No one would listen to him otherwise. You can see the same pattern with the White Nationalist types. They don’t have the numbers or the talent to hit critical mass on their own, so they resort to trolling and trying to take over blogs like The Spearhead or inmalafide.com. Ironically, one of the things I see some of them do is call men’s-rights or MGTOW types a bunch of wusses who never get off their asses and do anything. Talk about the pot calling the kettle black.

    • Ray, that is exactly what is happening. The MRM has become a magnet for marginalized groups, who have been marginalized for good reason, who are trying to attach themselves on to the MRM because they know conciously or insinctually that the MRM is on the rise. There are the gamers, the conspiracy theorists, the white nationalists, the “mindweapon” idiots, the freeman fools (or fool since Globalman I think is the only one in the MRM), the traditionalists, the social conservatives, the “Catholic church uber allies” fools, etc. There are probably even more marginalized groups that I can’t think of right now. They have taken over inmalafide because Bardamu never really was a MRA nor did he ever have any real sympathy for mens rights in the first place. I think he’s trying to create some sort of pure “contrarian” movement which is the height of absurdity since putting several marginalized groups together will not make them into one not marginalized group particularly since most of these groups have nothing in common with each other.

      No one from any of these marginalized groups has done a damn thing. MRAs can at least point to the accomplishments of men like Glenn Sacks. Part of the reason why the MRM hasn’t accomplished more is because we have been invaded by these marginalized groups. They are holding us back.

  2. W & N wrote:
    They have taken over inmalafide because Bardamu never really was a MRA nor did he ever have any real sympathy for mens rights in the first place.

    I like a lot of what he writes, but his lack of a coherent theme is his Achilles heel. And the multi-ideology soup of authors he has writing for him now isn’t helping matters. In his defense, I don’t think the WNs have so much “taken over” there as “hung on” because they don’t have anywhere else to go.

    No one from any of these marginalized groups has done a damn thing. MRAs can at least point to the accomplishments of men like Glenn Sacks. Part of the reason why the MRM hasn’t accomplished more is because we have been invaded by these marginalized groups. They are holding us back.

    No argument there.

    • I like a lot of what he writes, but his lack of a coherent theme is his Achilles heel. And the multi-ideology soup of authors he has writing for him now isn’t helping matters. In his defense, I don’t think the WNs have so much “taken over” there as “hung on” because they don’t have anywhere else to go.

      The WNs haven’t croweded out the other marginal groups too much on inmalafide so after thinking about you are right that the WNs haven’t “taken over”. Really the problem isn’t just the WNs being on inmalafide. It’s all of them. They are all attempting to use the (admittedly very limited) legitimacy of the MRM to make themselves no longer marginal. Bardamu didn’t just let this happen. He is facilitating it and promoting the mistaken belief that the MRM is equivalent to the WNs and all of the other correctly marginalized groups.

  3. I had a friend who believed that on Y2K the devil would rise from the earth. and then after that didn’t happen, gwb would cause the apocalypse in iraq

    conspiracy theorists are a great source of comedy

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