Though the use of social media is at an all time high, there’s no shortage of detractors who get on their high horses and preach about how it’s leading the demise of our culture (and then, of course, posting a selfie). While there is a lot of truth in what they point out, social media does have its uses.
Advertising, promotion, and a host of other uses have made their respective founders extremely wealthy. There is, however, another use for sites like Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook not related to making money that can help a man improve his life:
Red pill truth.
Once a man becomes unplugged and scrolls though his social media feeds, it’s as though the world has been decoded to finally show him what’s lurking between the lines. As a result he sees the world, more specifically the sexual marketplace, for what it really is.
I use Twitter mainly to stay up to date on the goings on in the ‘sphere and posting the occasional crimson capsule thought or observation. I use Facebook to occasionally keep up with friends and family but mostly to demonstrate high value and establishing preselection, as most of my pictures are of me engaging in outdoor activities with my buddies, my adventures through travel, and of course, countless pictures with girls.
Over the past few months I’ve collected a series of memes, someecards, and the like to spur ideas for future articles. But instead I’ve decided to put them all in one place to show that similar to the eyes being the window into one’s soul, social media is the window into our degenerate culture.
Each one of these was posted by a Facebook “friend” of mine. You’ll see a mix of confirmations, contradictions, and feminist-inspired wet dreams. The captions will be my own red pill translation (more or less):
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