Can We Blame Our Fathers?

Posted: August 1, 2014 in Improvement, Thoughts
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I’ve had this idea for a post since I started this blog back in January Although I’ve thought about it far too long and have actually changed my perspective on it since, the question still remains to be answered. Can we blame our fathers and for what?

After digesting the red pill enough, I looked to the previous male role models in my life with resentment, pardon the one who first showed me the red pill. Why couldn’t these grown ass men teach a developing young man concepts like self-improvement, game, unplugging from mainstream garbage, education bubbles, politics, opt out of the rat race, etc. I damn near went mad trying to figure this out. Here I was, in a middle of an online community, where several men have it figured out, but the people around me just didn’t get it. I was a minority.

The answer was very simple. They didn’t have it figured out either. They were in the same position I was, just 10 to 20 years older. The same blue pill plagued them, but in a different manner. Where I was relatively new to blue pill atrocities, these guys have suffered decades longer. Granted there would be a few that had some parts figured out. One would have game, another knew our schooling system was bullshit, and one was even politically involved with me, but none were seasoned in all areas. Hence, I cannot blame my father for not teaching me things he didn’t know. Great man, just not educated in red pill thought.

But this is not our fathers world, even less so our grand fathers world. Times have changed and previous social contracts have become one sided or non existent all together. My father still sees college degrees as invaluable, marriage an unbreakable vow no matter how damaging, and believes the government can be an efficient entity. All of which are no longer. Maybe in his time growing up things were different, but then again maybe they weren’t, being that he hasn’t passed on the knowledge a group of online men have.

So the times are different and we cannot blame our fathers, then who? No one organization or person is at fault here, rather a collective and gradual declination. Damn near every institution has been lying to you. Your school, your churches, your parents, your government, all of them, whether knowingly or not has been feeding you false information.

However, I cannot believe all of these people had malintent in mind, they have significantly contributed to a decline in social value. If they are just as misinformed as modern day fathers, are they not at fault either?

With nowhere else to look, we look to ourselves. Learn how to be personally responsible for all things, for the world is your mirror. You’re not where you are because of him or her, you are where you are because of your own actions. If you want something go get it. Learn everything you can about it. If you stay in a state of mind that blames others for any kind of downfall you lose out on a key ingredient to becoming Self Reliant.

Take your own initiative. Educate yourself in your own interests. Develop your own game.

Join the movement.


  1. DaPoet says:

    Unfortunately the “RED Pill” isn’t a viable solution. Indeed Red Pillers are only following down the same path the feminists took at the beginning of their second wave when they began rejecting marriage and abandoned their families and children in the vain self centered pursuit of self fulfillment. And will find at the end of that road the same gate to perdition, loneliness and bitterness at the end of their lives that the feminists discovered long before they did.

    • thatguy40 says:

      I agree with you in a sense that the red pill is not a cure all for the problems men face today, but an almost inevitable first step. A lot of men get frustrated with women because everything they were told about getting women was misleading. Being yourself and a nice guy is the worst advice you can give a man in regards to women, especially if yourself sucks.And that’s where a lot of men find the red pill is through frustration with women. Once we can get past this a more mature development can begin. Danger and Play, Elliot Hulse, Paul Coehlo, and Robert Greene and Douglas Gillete’s works on male psyche are probably my favorite works on furthering development past the limits of red pill thought.

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