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Wednesday, September 7, 2016

How To Avoid Being Brock Turner

Brock Turner is the unfortunate victim of what amounts to a feminist judicial system.  For those of you who don’t know, he was a Freshman college student who got drunk with a Senior girl, walked out with her to a dumpster, and fingered her.  He stopped when he realized she was passed out but that didn’t stop a couple of white knights from tackling him and calling the police.

The girl in question, who continues to remain anonymous to protect her honor and not get charged with contributing to the delinquency of a minor, immediately agreed she was raped in her drunken state when she woke up.  She had a boyfriend you see and she didn’t want to her reputation tarnished by a silly one night stand.  After all, slut-shaming is countered by rape accusations.

A judge decided that while Brock didn’t commit rape, he did employ poor judgment in his inebriated state and for the crime of not having too many inhibitions and being with what I assume is an attractive woman, he was sentenced to six months in prison.  He got out on parole in three for good behavior, having little access to alcohol or women.

Unfortunately, Brock is now a legal sex offender, which means he can’t go near children ever again, nevermind that the “victim” in this case was older than him.  I’ve known people who narrowly avoided getting on the sex offender list for simply urinating on their own lawn, so at this point such a list is probably a joke were it not backed by the full force and violence of the Federal government.

Is this unfair?  Yes.  Is it tragic?  Yes.  Should Brock Turner be punished for his entire life?  No.

But the sad fact is, there is nothing that can be done.  The legal system is thoroughly feminized and caters to women more often than not.  It is a wonder that all men are locked up right now with a select few let out periodically to be used a bulls in order to perpetuate the human race.  The SCUM Manifesto seems to be gradually being enacted in our nation.

But what can be done?

There are few things that you can do, besides voting for the most racist, bigoted, insane leader you can find, which can reverse these trends.

For one thing, don’t college if you don’t need to.  Unless you are seeking a major in Technology or Engineering, you are wasting your time and money.  Instead, either go out and find a job or go to a trade school.  Either way, you should have no trouble finding something that will pay well eventually and at the same time reward hard work.

But if you do find yourself going to college, I suggest you do the following:

  • Don’t go out partying.
  • Don’t consume alcohol while on campus or anywhere near one, even if you’re not a college student.
  • Don’t host a party.
  • Don’t join a fraternity.
  • Don’t interact with any woman while on campus or nearby a college campus.  If you find that you have to, simply keep your answers simple and make no physical contact.  Record all interactions as well with your phone.
  • Don’t trust the police or any other authority figure to do what is right and just.  Instead, keep your damn mouth shut and always demand a lawyer be present when dealing with any kind of legal wrangle, even a parking ticket.
  • Be a creepy loner.  Nobody will notice you and nobody will want to be around you.

Will this make you a pariah?  Yes, but you have to understand that you already are a pariah, especially if you are a white, straight man.  Simply focus on your studies, view sex, drugs, and everything else that goes on as nothing more than mindless distractions you can’t be bothered with.  Get your degree and get out.

In the real world, you will have plenty of opportunity to employ Game techniques and get access to sex and women.  Because in the real world, drunken party sex isn’t considered a crime and women are treated a little less like spoiled girls with no free will of their own.

If employed correctly, young men will starve women of the attention many of these crazy chicks desire and make college an uninteresting and boring place for academic again.

We can only hope.