I’m visiting my family for Christmas right now, and it’s an exercise in frustration. Everyone has been asking if I’m seeing someone. I have been through this a million times and have tried explaining the reality of modern women to no avail. What’s behind my family bothering about this is grandchildren. I have no siblings (or cousins) so I’m the only source for the next generation of my family. It’s gotten to the point where I’m considering threatening to not visit on subsequent holidays especially since they don’t do anything to actually help solve what they think is a problem. Do they do anything like introducing me to single women (putting aside that the only way that could work would be if she was an extreme gold digger)? Nope. They just talk my ear off and tell me I should consider single mothers.
This made me think. Conspiracy theorists think that there is a depopulation agenda to murder somewhere between 80% to 95% of the world population. Part of this depopulation agenda is preventing people from getting married so they don’t have children. Conspiracy theorists believe that people are being “tricked” (or commanded) into thinking marriage is dangerous. Many conspiracy theorists think MGTOW is part of the depopulation agenda (and the rest are probably trying to subvert MGTOW from the inside).
The depopulation agenda sounds great to me. If it existed, my family would stop bothering me about women and having children. The depopulation agenda would convince them that avoiding women, marriage, and children is what men like me should be doing. They would support me instead of trying to convince me to get involved with single mothers.
This proves that the depopulation agenda doesn’t exist. My life proves conspiracy theory is bullshit.