Wednesday, September 5, 2007

The Silent Revolution

I've noticed some interesting things recently. Out of the blue, I found out that most of the guys I know support the MRA movement, are opposed to feminism, or at least realize the current system is completely screwed up. These are people that I have known for some time, and I had no idea. I thought they were clueless, but it turned out that I was the clueless one. I became a little more open with my viewpoints, and have found only agreement and a lot of repressed anger. Make no mistake, this is a revolution in the making. A lot of men are pissed off, even if it isnt' apparent.

I originally started blogging because I thought I had to help get the message out. I was wrong. The message is out there, and a lot of men out there have heard it or figured things out themselves. I don't see much point in continuing since I honestly don't have much to contribute. We all know the score, and I don't need to tell you what it is. However, I don't think this is the case with all MRA bloggers. Many are still producing good work and have quite a few things to say that need to be said.

I've decided to embrace the essence of MGTOW. Even though the tide seems to be shifting, why fight a battle that won't be won anytime soon? From my vantage point, it looks like it will be a war of attrition if it isn't already. This isn't to suggest that MGTOW isn't about fighting battles. Just that it's about fighting battles on our terms. I might as well game the system while I can, and move on as soon as I can't. I consider it my own form of guerilla warfare on the Matriarchy, and it's possibly more satisfying and effective than just dropping out. Every taxpayer dollar spent on me, that I don't pay back in, is one less to perpetuate the current injustice.

That said, there is one more post on the way...