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Why Men Should Stop Watching TV

August 3, 2011

Most grown men in the United States have been exposed to thousands of hours of negative media.  From sitcoms that depict emasculated husbands to emo songs that put women on a pedestal, the MSM is hostile to masculinity.  Once a man has decided to take the red pill, one of the first things he should do is eliminate these harmful influences from his life.  Make no mistake, if you’re a masculine man, the MSM hates you.  Every sappy rom-com about a limp wristed chump who pines for a girl, and actually ends up getting her at the end, that garbage is polluting your mind and reinforcing bad behavior.  The real world doesn’t work like that.

You’re glued to the television because it’s a habit, but you can break that habit.  Go cold turkey if you can.  If not, try eliminating most contemporary programs from your regular viewing.  Older movies and shows weren’t nearly as misandristic as what we’re force-fed today, and many are available over the internet for free.  Make a conscious effort to remove negativity from your life.  Stop listening to musicians who put women on a pedestal.  Unless it’s Tupac singing about his mama, songs like that are sending the wrong message.

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Remember that humans learn by imitation.  The last two generations have been raised by TV baby sitters, watching programs that depict gender relations in direct violation of biological programming.  We’ve watched women who elevate promiscuity to a level that even most men would consider foolish.  We’ve watched manginas who do everything wrong, but still end up with hot girlfriends.  Even if we never think of it consciously, these ways of acting are infecting our minds and driving us to behave in opposition to biology.  Are we happier for it?  No!  Our bodies are telling us to act one way, but society’s programming is telling us to act another.  Of course we’re not happy.

If you’re the typical man, start by cutting down on programs that depict manginas.  Also, stop listening to men wearing nail polish sing about their crippling oneitis.  Watch a war movie and pop in some AC/DC.

16 Comments leave one →
  1. August 3, 2011 1:29 pm

    Unplugging from junk culture is key.

    I always feel more alpha and decisive when I listen to Led Zeppelin.

  2. TGP permalink
    August 3, 2011 4:22 pm

    Keep rocking. You are off to a good start.

  3. Guestopher permalink
    August 3, 2011 9:04 pm

    Jim from The Office. Just keep hanging around that secretary and eventually she’ll realize that the two of you were meant to be more than just friends.

    I watch too much TV and film but the things I’m watching tend to be alright since I don’t see much blue pill nonsense. For example, in season one of Battlestar Galactica a nice beta boy proposes to a girl; she turns him down and goes out with an alpha immediately. A short while later the nice beta boy dies and his genes are erased from the dwindling human gene pool.

  4. August 4, 2011 12:09 pm

    I gave up TV completely about seven months ago when I moved to my new place and didn’t bring the old TV along with me.

    I miss the non-fiction shows and the movies the most but other than that, my life is much better being unplugged.

    Your advice and reasons why are spot on.

    Carry on with your bad self.

  5. August 5, 2011 3:58 pm

    Kane – First time I’ve seen your blog. Solid read. I’ll be sure and check back.

    This article is so true. My blue-pill friends are always watching crap like Zombieland and 40 Year Old Virgin. The beta garbage spewing forth is so bad, I have to leave the room. Eliminating beta media influence is one of the best things a man can do for himself.

  6. August 5, 2011 3:59 pm

    And damn that guy from “Friends” is such a bitch. That picture makes me want to kick his ass.

  7. White History permalink
    August 9, 2011 2:05 pm

    These “all or nothing” approaches to life are never really a good idea.

    Try some moderation instead. I agree with you in principle that most television is complete crap, but instead of lynching your TV from nearest tree, try using that information to make better decisions.

    Watch sports, documentaries, nature shows, etc. Rent movies from Netflix. There are still plenty of things on there that will not pollute your mind.

  8. August 21, 2011 1:00 pm

    Very true History, in more than just the subject of television. I agree with Kane’s main points now though; detoxification is important. I had to refrain from patriarchal theology a lot in order to get the “men must domineer women or they’ll wither away” and “women are ammoral” stuff from my head. Incidentally, I think Jim from the office was a perfect balance of good frame and likable qualities; the fact that his personality meshed with Pam’s was evident from the start.

  9. The Lurker permalink
    August 23, 2011 6:42 am

    Since taking the red pill I’ve noticed how girls eat up those pedestal raising pop songs like Bruno Mars’ whiny “I Think You’re Amazing” and the reggae song “She’s Royal” (the girls RUN to the dance floor when they hear it). I watch the fat wart hogs waddle about to this tune and it’s apparent that in thier minds they’re a Disney princess. Ugh.

  10. December 6, 2011 9:10 am

    Yes, the MSM really do hate men. If you didn’t know better, we’d think that all men are fumbling idiots, and women are supremely intelligent, and can act however bratty they want. Unfortunately, many women seem to confuse fiction with reality whenever it is convenient for them, and thus develop an absurd sense of entitlement and unaccountability.

    Maybe it wasn’t an accident that I don’t watch TV or movies anymore, and hardly ever listen to pop music.

  11. December 11, 2011 2:14 pm

    I’ve had a pretty poor fall gamewise (too much work to keep a good social life going, and not enough sleep) but one benefit has been almost zero time to watch TV. TV is really such poison for our minds, and it takes over our consciousness before we know what’s going on. When I’m at a doctor’s office or something and there is a TV on the wall, I find myself watching it for a few seconds and then startling myself realizing how quickly my brain turns off and I’m captivated by the flashes on the screen.

    When I watch TV I feel a greater urge to buy consumer products and fast food too. It’s scary.


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