20 comments on “Black Pill Herman Cain vs. Red Pill Ron Paul

  1. It is a fact however, that the main-stream media have been keeping Ron Paul “hush-hush”. That is, they have not been giving him the coverage they deserve.

    And, negative advertising – is still advertising (referring to Herman Cain).

    After all, it worked for you didn’t it? That is, you “bought” the product… As I am sure many people did.

    • I having trouble making sense of what you’re saying, Richard.

      It is a fact however, that the main-stream media have been keeping Ron Paul “hush-hush”. That is, they have not been giving him the coverage they deserve.

      It is? Then why is he in all of the debates? He seems to get plenty of coverage. I have no trouble finding people who are going to vote for him (despite not agreeing with his views in many cases) because “he’s not owned by the banksters” or some other BS reason. I also have no trouble finding lots of people who would vote against him because they think he’s off his rocker. If the media is trying to keep Ron Paul hidden, then they’re doing a piss poor job of it. If the media was denying Ron Paul coverage, then they’re doing him a favor.

      And, negative advertising – is still advertising (referring to Herman Cain).

      After all, it worked for you didn’t it? That is, you “bought” the product… As I am sure many people did.

      So the false sexual harassment accusations were to bring in votes for Herman Cain? Just so he could drop out later? None of this makes sense.

      • He is in the debates because he is a candidate…

        Hmm. I guess I watch different channels than you do.

        Google “ron paul not getting media coverage”

        After I typed in the “not” – it filled in the rest for me.

        Interesting to browse through the results.

        • He is in the debates because he is a candidate…

          Then why isn’t Gary Johnson in the debates? If you want a real example of a Republican candidate the media ignores, it’s Gary Johnson not Ron Paul. That’s how I know “Ron Paul is getting ignored” is BS. It’s happening to Gary Johnson, and it’s completely different from what’s happening to Ron Paul.

    • No. That’s not how these things work. It doesn’t matter. The donation I made to Herman Cain was money I could afford to lose, but more importantly I took a stand. I put my money where my mouth is. Quite literally in this case. Fighting feminism is going to take real action, and I regret no real action I take against feminism.

  2. I like this whole black pill thing more and more. The *red pill* business is just another iteration of the same old mainstream ideas from the opposite perspective. The *red pill* never really questions the premises of these ideas, it just builds a different delusion from these premises. The best example of this is game – instead of questioning the premise that you need to supplicate to women, it accepted this premise and just developed a different way of supplication.

    These days the whole red pill universe has become just another tired old rigid orthodoxy, with every new blog, or new ebook just reiterating the same old stuff. No one ever says anything heretical or new, and if you do, you are shouted down. In this sense it has followed the development of the left, which started off as a rebellion, calcified into an orthodoxy, while still retaining its original mythology of being subversive and counter-cultural as an important part of its self-image.

    I always thought that independent, heretical individuals who dont subscribe to any movement or body of ideology are the ones most likely to have the skeptical frame of mind to arrive at the truth. Those who like ideology will just settle down in game or paleo and will ignore all the contrary evidence and internal contradictions. They are not after truth but after the feeling of being subversive and the comfort of being part of a movement. Truly independent individuals truly seeking for truth will eventually see the falsity of game and paleo and all the rest and develop a heterodox view of the world without belonging to any label.

    • I like this whole black pill thing more and more. The *red pill* business is just another iteration of the same old mainstream ideas from the opposite perspective. The *red pill* never really questions the premises of these ideas, it just builds a different delusion from these premises. The best example of this is game – instead of questioning the premise that you need to supplicate to women, it accepted this premise and just developed a different way of supplication.

      These days the whole red pill universe has become just another tired old rigid orthodoxy, with every new blog, or new ebook just reiterating the same old stuff. No one ever says anything heretical or new, and if you do, you are shouted down. In this sense it has followed the development of the left, which started off as a rebellion, calcified into an orthodoxy, while still retaining its original mythology of being subversive and counter-cultural as an important part of its self-image.

      I always thought that independent, heretical individuals who dont subscribe to any movement or body of ideology are the ones most likely to have the skeptical frame of mind to arrive at the truth. Those who like ideology will just settle down in game or paleo and will ignore all the contrary evidence and internal contradictions. They are not after truth but after the feeling of being subversive and the comfort of being part of a movement. Truly independent individuals truly seeking for truth will eventually see the falsity of game and paleo and all the rest and develop a heterodox view of the world without belonging to any label.

      You are absolutely right, George. The “red pill” is nothing more than a fake rebellion. It’s just something for people to use to play make believe when it comes to revolution. And it’s starting to become more rigid than the “blue pill” they’re fighting against. Anytime you see a real independent thinker on the scene whether it’s myself or Herman Cain, both the red pills and the blue pills will work hard to destroy us. Just look at all the conspiracy theories the red pills write about me.

  3. Yes, because being against certain types of violations of civil liberties and hence teaming up with someone of whatever other political persuasion to fight this, means that you fully believe everything the people you team up with do. And all feminists, everywhere, believe exactly the same things, which is why Noami Wolf got excommunicated by some for defending Julian Assange.

    God, you are a stupid fucking parody.

    • Yes, because being against certain types of violations of civil liberties and hence teaming up with someone of whatever other political persuasion to fight this, means that you fully believe everything the people you team up with do. And all feminists, everywhere, believe exactly the same things, which is why Noami Wolf got excommunicated by some for defending Julian Assange.

      God, you are a stupid fucking parody.

      You got here quick. I’m surprised you’re regularly reading this blog.

      I note you said, “certain types of violations of civil liberties” as in not all violations of civil liberties. Since 99% of violations of civil liberties these days are the result of feminism, this means that Ron Paul is not interested in actually fighting violations of civil liberties. It doesn’t matter how much he agrees with any individual feminist or not. If you practiced reading comprehension, you would have read how I said that a lot of the people supporting Ron Paul don’t agree with him on nearly everything except that he’s “against the banksters” or “outside the system”, all of which is gibberish.

      I also don’t care about squabbles between feminists since they’re all an argument on how best to lord power over men.

      • I also don’t care about squabbles between feminists since they’re all an argument on how best to lord power over men.

        Exactly.

    • I say the same thing to you that I said to Richard. Where’s Gary Johnson? If the Republican Jewish Coalition isn’t including Gary Johnson, then it’s meaningless to talk about them not including Ron Paul.

  4. Even if Herman Cain were a womaniser, that by no means disqualify him for being good leader for a country. I don’t understand people’s obsession with a ‘pure’ and an ‘untainted’ president.

    We have to remember that during ancient times, the Sultans and Emperors have harems and concubines, but this by no means degrade their public image and disqualifies them from being a ruler. Does your personal sex life has anything to do with running the country? The answer – NO (Unless you’re having sex like 10 times a day I suppose).

    Let me tell you the truth.

    In order to become the ruler of a Feminist state, you cannot have any “wrongdoings” towards women in the past.

    America and all the other Western countries (Sweden deserves an honourable mention) are Feminist states. You should call them for what they are.

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  6. I remember talking to a Mexican man when Clinton was in hot water over the dress. This man told me the Mexicans didn’t see any reason for the fuss. They said we assume our president will call downstairs, and say, “Send me up #18 blond. No, make that the #13 red head.”

  7. Wait, so Herman Cain is (a little bit) anti-feminist. And the proof of this? He denied sexual harassment allegations. And why did he receive the sexual harrasment allegations and not Ron Paul? Because Herman Cain is (a little bit) anti-feminist. Circular reasoning.

    • Herman Cain was overall threat to the political establishment. Cain’s minimal anti-feminism was a part of that. Ron Paul is not a threat to the political establishment so he doesn’t get false sexual harassment accusations against him.

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