Here’s a strange thing for you.
Somebody published a book – now unavailable – about how to use the current “Believe All Women” social and legal framework to remove any man from power.
From the description:
In How to Destroy A Man Now (DAMN), Dr. Angela Confidential (a business psychologist, consultant, and human resource professional) empowers women with a step-by-step guide for destroying a man’s reputation and removing him from power.
In easy to understand terms, the handbook reveals and explains the fundamental dynamics between allegations, the media, and authority as they relate to male misconduct in today’s society. It also unveils and details practical real-world methods for leveraging allegations, media, and authorities to dethrone a man from power.
On its face, this looks like a chilling glimpse into the mind of a psychopath. And yet, the sheer brazenness of this approach instills in me a deep uncertainty.
The message at the core of this book – that you would be a fool to believe all women – is one that has gotten a lot of earnest writers into hot water over the years. Pointing out that some women lie for money and fame and power Simply Isn’t Done in these modern times. It is a good way to earn a permanent label as a cisheteropatriarchalexpialidotious, and to be banned from entire nations for calling for the legalization of rape.
On the other hand, if a fella were to present the same information, but to dress up such MGTOW concepts in a gillies suit made out of fempowering rhetoric, he might slip it past the clique of SJWs that act as cultural goalies by dominating key positions in tech and publishing today. Most of the Madame Defarges who have slithered into those positions lack the self-awareness and second-order thinking skills to understand how ripping the mask from the con risks exposing more of the masses to the way they are being fleeced. A book like that, written by a man using the obvious pseudonym “Dr. Confidential”, might last for a good long while on the shelf. It would take a rumble of protest from those not in on the deeper effects of such a book for them to realize that their sacred rite of “believe all women” was under assault by what they had thought of as an ally.
They thought the post-double-ironic culture, in which nothing was as it seemed and everyone could plausibly deny any harm from their words by hiding behind entendres and sarcasm, would shield them. But today’s guerilla cultural warriors did not adopt those tactics, they were born into them.
Which is why I half-expect that this book was written as a missive against the prevailing conventional wisdom that rules our clownish world. A way to wake up a few normies in a way that allows the author to continue hiding in the crowd. To lurk unseen until his next shot strikes another critical node in the edifice of lies.
And no, I didn’t write this book.
But I kind of wish I had.