Once Again: It is Time to Go Ambient
The drumbeat goes on, and it seems to me that repetition is the key to drumbeating of any kind. I am confident that none may plausibly dispute this.
One commenter had the following to say:
"Reminds me of theories of Organization: Storming, Norming & Performing. I think we are still Storming."Hmm. Sounds about right.
Another commenter said this:
"Attempts to politicize MRA are indicative of the persistence of the binary left/right political paradigm. Feminism is obviously leftist identity politics adapted for female gender-specificity. Those who subscribe to the left/right paradigm will frame any argument within the confines of that paradigm. While it is important to recognize this dynamic in order to effectively counter feminist dogma, it is equally important to recognize that the political right is no friend to the MRM, either."That comment, too, holds considerable philosophy. I do have a smile with the commenter's use of "MRA" and "MRM" as nomenclature, but he zones right in to the nub of the matter when he reminds us that the political right is no friend. For it is trite, boilerplate thinking of the worst sort, to believe that feminism is inherently "left-wing", and that "the right" is somehow inherently pro-male. No. Misandry, in company with gynocentrism, runs as a uniform dirty streak clear across the culture. And from this dirty streak, as from a soil, the feminist root system draws sustenance. Those on both the right AND the left, who declare that feminism is strictly "of the left", cannot or will not see the mycelium for the mushroom.
In fact, left and right are equally in the enemy camp so far gynocentrism goes. But the good news is that the red pill demographic is equally represented on both sides. The growth of red pill consciousness is happening clear across the culture, and cannot do otherwise, because the factors of formation are equally present through the entire sociopolitical spectrum.
The left has been quiet so far, due to the Stalinesque anti-male peer pressure which operates so powerfully in that sector. But more and more of them are speaking out these days, and aligning with the non-feminist coalition. And that is good.
On the right, there is and always has been a conspicuous red pill cohort -- and it displeases me that so many cannot see that. In fact, that is precisely what sticks in my craw, when I hear people saying that "the right is no friend". This is true, but only by half.
What counts now, is no longer the traditional categories of "right" v. "left", but red pill v. blue pill. An entirely new cultural ethos is "slouching toward Bethlehem to be born", and it will be founded upon the pragmatic necessity of holding gynocentrism and misandry (that is, feminism) in check. The phrase "non-feminist coalition" neatly sums up the requirements of such a task, and charts the necessary course of it. To hold feminism and its destructive consequences in check, a new configuration of forces, and a polite overlooking of historical differences between those forces, will be needed.
It is the feminist worldview, as an over-arching construct, that must be brought low.
The placeholder terms "right" and "left" may come to be emptied of their present significance, and thereafter filled with something entirely new. This has been the way of it in the past, and I expect the future will be similar.
For now, bear in mind that we are growing in number, and that as we do so, we transition from microcosm to macrocosm -- which is to say, we become complex and ambient, and too big to shake a stick at.