As we know women make a lot of false accusations whether it’s about rape, sexual harassment, or lots of other things. When they get caught making false accusations, they (and their mangina defenders) often will use the excuse that they were just trying to start a conversation (or dialogue or discussion). Obviously, it’s bullshit, but that doesn’t stop others from using the same excuse, namely conspiracy theorists. For example, Smultronstället said this.
I guess it is because of this that I still have kind of a soft spot in my heart for Alex Jones. Because these infowars-guys … say what you want about them, but at least they recognized that they were ruled by people who had different INTERESTS, who were not simply misinformed but malicious.
Let’s remember the context of this. Alex Jones has falsely accused a lot of men of raping and sexually abusing children. (This is something we see every conspiracy theorist do.) PizzaGate is one of the biggest examples, but far from the only one. The Chobani corporation is suing Alex Jones because Jones falsely accused Chobani and its owner facilitating the rape and sexual abuse of children. Raping or sexually abusing children is one of the most vile crimes in existence. Falsely accusing someone of that crime is equally as vile. Yet, conspiracy theorists like Smultronstället defend this by saying that at least Alex Jones started a conversation about how the “ruling class” having different interests than the rest of the population. Putting aside that the issue of whether the “ruling class” has different interests to the rest of the population is more complex than that, it is clear that the nearly all of “ruling class” has no interest in raping and sexually abusing children, just like everyone else.
Just as both women and conspiracy theorists expect us to “listen and believe”, both groups think it is perfectly acceptable to falsely accuse men of the most vile of crimes. In fact, the false accusations that women and conspiracy theorists make are practically the same. The only difference is whether men are falsely accused of raping women or of raping children. Since they’re so similar it’s not a surprise that when caught by their lies, they both use the excuse that they were just trying to “start a conversation”.
Alex Jones was one of the conspiracy theorist morons promoting PizzaGate. (PizzaGate was the false accusation that Comet Pizza in DC was child sex abuse ring for the Democrats.) A few days ago, Alex Jones “apologized” for promoting PizzaGate. Why did Alex Jones issue an “apology” for PizzaGate? It has to be the first time he has ever done so. It is because he was about to run into real legal trouble. The day he “apologized” was the last day he could “apologize” for PizzaGate and not be sued for libel under Texas law.
In other words, Alex Jones is a coward if he actually believes in conspiracy theory. Regardless Alex Jones proved that conspiracy theory is bullshit since this is just an example of how conspiracy theorists won’t stand up for their beliefs if they run into any real trouble. (What else can you expect from a man who was against government surveillance but then changed his mind as long as Trump was in charge?) It gets in the way of their scams selling “male enhancement” products and other garbage.
In the past I have talked about The Gay Virgin Player Rapist canard, how men who stand up for themselves against gynocratic thinking get accused of being multiple contradictory bad things at once. For example, being gay yet also a rapist of women. A gay man would not have any interest in raping women. Or, being a virgin yet also a player or a rapist. How could a virgin be a player or a rapist since either would mean that the “virgin” can’t be a virgin? It’s inherently contradictory and impossible. The reason why a man gets attacked as a gay virgin player rapist is because the attackers are really saying, “this man doesn’t bow to gynocratic thinking”. Each part of gay virgin player rapist is something that negatively impacts women. Gay men and virgin men aren’t spending their money on women. Players play women which mean women don’t get what they want. And rapists are just evil. The gay virgin player rapist canard is the Just World Fallacy run amok by attempting to paint a man as maximally evil even though it makes no sense and is impossible due to the contradictions.
I have realized that the gay virgin player rapist canard needs in some cases to be expanded when I read this comment where I was simultaneously accused of being a loser, a virgin, and a (Jewish) overlord. (The author of that comment believes that Jews run the world and that I’m Jewish. Thus, according to him I am one of the rulers of the world.) Obviously, this is contradictory. If I was such a loser, how can I be a part of the group that rules the world? How could I be a virgin? My fellow Jewish overlords would just give me some sex slaves or something.
The Loser Overlord canard is very common among everyone from white vagina worshiping nationalists to feminists. All of anti-semetic thought argues that both the Jews are defective, yet they are so intelligent, capable, and powerful that they run the world. To feminists, men who disagree with them are both losers, yet these losers are a part of the patriarchy that rules the world. It’s all the same contradictory argument that is impossible due to the contradictions.
All this proves is that women and manginas are incapable of rational thought. Otherwise, I would get better attacks that would at least be internally consistent instead of mishmash of contradictions.
Conspiracy theories are more pervasive among women than you realize. The reason you may not have noticed this fact is because a conspiracy theory only tends to get called a conspiracy theory if a man says it. For example, you don’t see skeptics spending time on exposing conspiracy theories like the incel virgin domestic terrorist organization conspiracy theories or the conspiracy theory that the MRM has taken over local, state, & federal law enforcement along with the national security & intelligence agencies.
Another reason you may not realize how pervasive conspiracy theories are among women because it involves pointless shit you don’t care about. For example, there are conspiracy theories about the action, Benedict Cumberbatch, and his wife, Sophie Hunter. There is a legion of female fans of Benedict Cumberbatch obsessed with him that believe Sophie Hunter is either a prostitute, a hired PR girlfriend, a blackmailer, a con artist, a domestic abuser, or mentally ill. They also believe that his marriage, his wife’s pregnancy, and the existence of their child are are fake. They even believe that anytime Benedict Cumberbatch has been seen with his child, that he was actually carrying around a plastic doll.
The conspiracy theories that women believe in are no better than the conspiracy theories that the manuresphere believes in. The only difference is that when it comes to conspiracy theories women are not getting called out like men do. Women are getting a pussy pass when it comes to conspiracy theories and are not being held to the same standard as men.
Dr. van nostrand said the following.
Slight OT: I wonder how much this cuckservative silliness ties into white nationalist own feelings of sexual inadequacy. I mean if u look at how they describe the black male sexual vitality as a threat , it sounds damn near pornographic. .”aggressive “,”muscular”,”dominant “,”predatory”,”virile” are words that often come up. It’s like almostike reading 50 shades of gray with all these racist oh Im sorry I mean race realist hbd blogs. BTW the cuck buster Donald Trump cheerleader Ann Coulter was herself mocked as a Coalburner until a couple of years ago for dating not just Indians and blacks but black Muslims with nation of Islam links as well.Guess neo nazis forgive and forget easily lol
A lot of the white vagina worshiping nationalist use of the word, cuck, has to do with feelings of sexual inadequacy, repressed homosexuality, etc. There is more to it. It’s a way to blame (black, Jewish, etc.) men for what white women have done. The only way for a man to be a “cuck” is if another man is involved. This lets the (white) woman off the hook for her behavior by blaming another man. This is what is at the heart of their racism, blaming black men, Jewish men, and other non-white men for what white women have done. White women are nothing more than victims of non-white men to white vagina worshiping nationalists, and so are they. This is the same thing that is seen in conspiracy theory. The conspiracy in a conspiracy theory is always made up of a group of men.
Since white vagina worshiping nationalists started using the word, cuck, I haven’t seen them use the word, mangina, at all. There is a reason for this. A mangina is a man is has submitted to and obeys women regardless of how it harms him. There is no other man involved so the white vagina worshiping nationalists would be forced to hold (white) women accountable for their actions. Obviously, white vagina worshiping nationalists don’t want to do this so they accuse men of being cucks instead of manginas so that they can blame men for what (white) women have done.
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We have been talking a lot lately about the Cultural Marxism/Frankfurt School conspiracy theory. With this conspiracy theory, there is a lack of original references about cultural marxism from the Frankfurt School’s own texts. (This is common in a lot of conspiracy theories besides the cultural marxism conspiracy theory.) If you want to know what happens when you ask for an original source reference from cultural marxism conspiracy theorists, take a look at what happened when Boxer tried asked for a original source reference on the subject. (This was after another person who tried to pass off a youtube video as “proof” of the cultural marxism conspiracy theory which didn’t reference any original sources.)
Boxer, knock off the faux-scepticism. The Frankfurt School’s influence on Cultural Marxism is undeniable. They literally *invented the term*; they talk about it in their papers. The idea that it’s a conspiracy theory is Leftist whitewashing, and an attempt at covering their tracks to delude the masses.
Boxer then asks for the specific source where the Frankfurt School invented the term, “cultural marxism”. After that the conspiracy theorists do nothing but throw links at Boxer that have no references to any original source material and attack Boxer for asking for references to original source material. Boxer describes what is happening with an excellent analogy.
Citing sources that you’ve never read is a problem, no? It’d be like arguing that the author of Dalrock blog is a misogynist who has written articles on his blog encouraging men to play grab-ass with random chicks on the street. When (and it’d be when, not if) the claimant was asked for a source, he’d post links to Amanda Marcotte and Manboobz, who made that claim.
The problem with all these conspiracy theories is that the sources are mostly online, free for anyone to read. You’re going to run into people like me, who have read them all and written peer-reviewed journal articles on the original sources, who will have to say “he’s an internet kook” when people wonder where you’re pulling all this nonsense from. Sadly, it makes everything else you say suspect.
Whenever you ask a conspiracy theorist for a reference to original source material, they will almost never provide it. Instead they will give you youtube videos and other links that provide no references to original source material. They love youtube videos because they are trying to hide the fact that what they are saying has no connection to original source material. In the rare cases, you get a reference to a piece of original source material, one of two things will happen. Either the original source material never existed, or the original source material says something completely different.
Boxer makes an apt comparison to feminism. Feminists want you to “listen and believe” instead of investigating and evaluating evidence. Conspiracy theorists want you to “listen and believe” instead of investigating and evaluating evidence, too. This is another example of how feminism and conspiracy theory is similar. Never listen and believe. Always demand evidence and original source material. If someone whether a feminist or a conspiracy theorist refuses to produce references to original source material or produces false references to original source material, assume they are lying because most likely, they are.