In the manosphere and right wing circles, there is strong agreement that society as it is currently situated is unhealthy. Conservatives believe that the fix is easy—the answer is just less government spending. But we know that the problems run much deeper than that. Do we have the courage to make the following necessary changes?
1. Roll back feminism
Almost no one is happy with male/female relations in the modern world. Men are unhappy because it is so difficult to find a wife who has not spent her twenties riding the carousel and the ease with which they can be divorce-raped. Women are unhappy that it is difficult to find men who will commit to marriage when premarital sex is so abundant. And, although few will admit it, most women would prefer to be full time mothers than wage slaves chained to a cubicle.
These ills have been brought on by feminism. Feminism pushes women to seek to be equal to men in every way. From a young age, girls are taught to equate serving a corporation with freedom, and motherhood as slavery. Corporations encourage this because it doubles the workforce, thus lowering the wages that they have to pay. Girls are also taught that restricting themselves to one man within marriage is disempowering. Instead they are encouraged by feminism to be promiscuous for as long as possible before agreeing to marry a beta male.
Feminism didn’t start with bad intentions. The first feminists came about during the industrial revolution that drew men to leave the countryside to work in the cities. While the men were separated from their wives, many of them spent their money on drinking and prostitutes. The first wave feminists arose to defend the women and children who those men were not providing for.
But despite the initial good intentions, feminism morphed into the man-hating beast that we see today. It is not possible to reset feminism back to its relatively benign 1800s version without it again evolving into a force that eventually destroys society. If we really want a healthy society, we are going to have to say goodbye to feminism altogether.
2. Re-establish morality
The dissolution of morality has been a great boon for men in this sense—it is now much easier to have sex than it ever was. A man with half-way decent looks and a modicum of game can go to a club and pull a six or a seven with little effort. One can spend his 20s taking full advantage of all those feminist girls who are trying to be equal to men in the promiscuity department.
The downside is that once a man decides that he wants to start a family, he is going to have trouble finding a suitable girl to marry. Despite our indoctrination, no man wants to wife up a woman who has served as a cum dumpster for half of the city.
The only way to fix this problem is to re-establish sexual morality for both men and women. That is, most men and women should approach marriage as virgins. This was the norm in the past and it is the only way to ensure that our sons and daughters do not end up getting destroyed in the same immoral culture that is destroying us.
3. Restrict voting
The founding fathers of the United States were afraid of tyranny, whether it was a result of an monarch or democracy. To protect against monarchical tyranny, they vested power in three different branches of government and limited the power of each. To protect against the abuses of democracy, they had previously restricted voting to land-owning men only. Later they extended the franchise to all free men but put in place checks to ensure the masses did not have full authority. In the original system, the president, vice-president, and senators were not elected by the popular vote.
For some reason, the commonsense of the founding fathers has been discarded. We now believe that expanding the voting franchise is an unmitigated good. In reality, expanding the franchise has led to the expansion of the government and liberal social programs.
If we hope for a return to small government, we’ll have to limit the voting franchise. The best way of doing this may be to return to the founders’ original conception of restricting it to land-owning males. That is, we need limit the vote to only those men who have skin in the game in the present and future of the country.
4. Criminalizing porn
Producing and selling pornography used to be a criminal offense under obscenity laws, many of which are still on the books but no longer enforced. The video I provide above provides some background as to why degeneracy became accepted. Regardless of how we got here, pornography addiction has become a plague upon our society. I know men whose addictions cause them to spend everything they earn on porn. Even men who don’t have such extreme addictions still waste valuable time and energy on a false image.
Porn presents a false conception of what real sex is like. Many men are such heavy users of porn that they become impotent—they are able to “get it up” to masturbate to porn but unable to perform with a real woman.
These are just a few measures we’ll have to undertake to restore a healthy, patriarchal order in society. Of course, there are no shortage of voices that tell us that it restoring society by “turning back the clock” is impossible, but as G.K. Chesterton pointed out, they are wrong:
There is one metaphor of which the moderns are very fond; they are always saying, “You can’t put the clock back.” The simple and obvious answer is “You can.” A clock, being a piece of human construction, can be restored by the human finger to any figure or hour. In the same way society, being a piece of human construction, can be reconstructed upon any plan that has ever existed.
We are not yet in a position to restore society but there is nothing stopping us from implementing some of these changes, such as stopping pornography use, in our own lives.