I have been sympathetic to the idea of expating, but I haven’t really seen its value. Most men who do it think they can find a different type of woman outside of the US or outside of Western countries. While that may appear to be the case for now, women are the same everywhere. Some countries and cultures are just more openly misandrist than others. The ones that are less openly misandrist are rapidly becoming openly misandrist. Unless there are some unique local problems that you need to escape, there is no point to expating. Wherever you go, there you are in a misandrist nation and culture.
I have realized what the problem is with expating. The problem isn’t with the concept as such. The problem is that most men’s view of expating is way too limited. Even more radical expating ideas like seasteading, cities in Antarctica, etc. still are too limited. It’s too easy to travel to anyplace on Earth so such places can’t be used to escape women and manginas. While such places can be used as temporary stepping stones, we have to look to space to escape women and manginas. Even then the Moon, Mars, and anywhere else in the solar system probably still won’t be enough (although they too can be used as stepping stones for further expating/escape). We need to look to other star systems and beyond.
The problem is that Earth (and possibly even the solar system) is equivalent to the Great Rift Valley in Africa. The Great Rift Valley is the home of humanity in planetary terms just as Earth is the home of humanity in galactic or universe terms. At the alternate history forums, it was pointed out that the Great Rift Valley or in national terms, Uganda, is the home of humanity but hardly the best example of humanity.
Africa is a very matriarchal place. A lot of Africa is under the control of women with manginas as the front men doing the work. This is why so much of Africa as well as places like Detroit are such basket cases. It has nothing to do with race as the white vagina worshiping nationalists would have you believe. Any differences between Africa and other places in the world are simply due to the matriarchies running them being slightly weaker. The differences between the first world and Africa are minimal. The whole world won’t just be a giant Uganda in the future. The world currently is a global Uganda, but you don’t notice because you have nothing to compare it to. You don’t know what a truly matriarchal free state and culture looks like.
While Earth isn’t going anywhere, the real future lies elsewhere far away from the global Uganda of Earth, far away from women and manginas. We need to look towards a place like the Tau Ceti star system. Places like that are where we can develop a civilization completely free from matriarchy. While the planets around Tau Ceti may not be ideal for us, this isn’t a problem. Terraforming will take care of some of it. The rest can be handled by genetic engineering and/or becoming cyborgs. This is a good thing because we need to remove genetics that predispose us to be manginas anyway so we might as well make more changes while we’re at it.
You may think this is some far off future that you will never see in your lifetime. While it will be a long time before there’s an exodus to another start system like Tau Ceti, other parts of this vision are already in progress. For example, the development of cyborgs in primitive form is proliferating in areas such as finance. Anti-aging medicine is on the verge of several breakthroughs that will radically extend our lifespans. While no one is going to be getting on a spaceship to another star system tomorrow, this is a vision we can realize.
Today is Independence Day in the US so declare your independence from this global Uganda we are all living in. Just as our ancestors had to choose to leave the Great Rift Valley a long time ago to find a better life, we must do the same on a larger level. It’s going to take a long time and a lot of work, but we must do it. It’s the only way to build a better human civilization.
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