In contrast to what the society thinks, men in general are actually quite tolerant. Unlike women, most men don’t like to complain and whine to have their way. Instead, we men have a natural proclivity to bear the harshness that the world throws at us. Men endure and overcome.
Bitching and moaning about how tough things are and how things are unfair makes men look weak, and when a man is perceived as being weak, he will lose the respect from both other men and women. Nothing is worse than such dishonour. So, men of today’s society, many of whom don’t know when they should stand up for themselves or how to draw the line, will allow themselves to be pushed around because they don’t know any better.
Even many stronger men, who stand their ground when faced with adversary in their personal lives, become disinterested when other men and men as a population are exploited and suppressed. They don’t believe that it is their duty to stand up for their sex; they’re too preoccupied with their own lives to care. In fact, most men don’t ever care about what happens to another man because it’s considered none of their business—those scenarios are perceived as isolated cases and they don’t identify themselves with other men.
And guess what? The above reasons are exactly why men have been knocked around so successfully. Men, unlike women, don’t like to make a fuss and they don’t like to go cry for someone from above to step in and intervene. Because of this, men make it easy for the state, its institutions, and the females to control them. They let others place restrictions on them, they let themselves be attacked for who they are, they allow themselves to be smeared in the media, and they sit and watch as other men face consequences in all forms for bogus crimes.
I think this is why many men commit suicide or go on a killing spree. When cornered and threatened, an animal response with the fight or flight response. It is no different for men who feel hopeless about their life situation: they will either choose to run away from their problems by killing themselves or lash out in rampage as their pent up anger explodes. Men don’t know how to push back, so they’ll be shoved to a corner until they can’t be pushed anymore. All men have their personal limits.
But why should this be the norm? What if there was an alternative? What if men got together to say that enough is enough? What if men showed support for one another in times of trouble instead of letting individuals take on social problems by themselves? What if men decided to push back together against the forces that try to undermine them (beyond just bitching on the internet and sharing tips on individual safety)? Would things be different? I sure do think so.
Besides degeneracy, most of the significant social changes do not happen gradually. To use Karl Marx’s analogy, pressure on a population will heat up for a while before it starts to boil over as a force. Social changes happen in leaps as it is with revolutions and reactions. There is already a prediction that the current anti-male trend will not last long without consequences. The repercussions will either destroy feminism to save the society or have it be destroyed along with society. When it comes, it will happen swiftly and those who view the “progress” of the world as being linear will be in utter shock. And if men were to mobilize, it would be possible to accelerate this process so that it will happen within the next few years.
No matter what the future hold for us, the most important thing is to group with like-minded men and be prepared for anything. Men have been far too tolerant for far too long, but that will change rapidly once the pressure reaches a boiling point. And once that happens, the world will see what men are capable of. People of the world will witness a new order.