Wednesday, May 29, 2019

Still Watching Netflix, Pro-lifers?

Ancient Christians were ready to be martyred for their beliefs. Modern Christians can't even give up their entertainment:

...Netflix has taken virtue signaling to a whole new level...
“We have many women working on productions in Georgia, whose rights, along with millions of others, will be severely restricted by this law,” Chief Content Officer Ted Sarandos said in a statement.
“It’s why we will work with the ACLU and others to fight it in court. Given the legislation has not yet been implemented, we’ll continue to film there, while also supporting partners and artists who choose not to. Should it ever come into effect, we’d rethink our entire investment in Georgia.”

Netflix To Boycott Georgia Over Anti-Abortion Law 

Dear Christians, corporations aren't your friend. Corporations aren't about "muh free market". They aren't even so much about making money any more,  but about promoting bugman lifestyle all over the world. I disagree with Roosh about some things, though. Boycotting may not always work (and sometimes you can't avoid buying their stuff because you really need it and there is no alternative), but it surely doesn't include mindless entertainment and frivolous luxuries like overpriced coffee.

UPDATE: And now Disney is following suit.  Yet, woke capital is perfectly OK with filming in countries where abortion is punishable by jail.  You see, it's not really about abortion but about hatred of everything Western and traditional.


  1. Housewife OutdoorsMay 29, 2019 at 5:27 AM

    That was interesting. I had never really thought about that, but it is true many companies do shit that harms their business. And politics do decision that most of the people wont approve.

    I just yesterday found out Roosh has becom orthodox christian and claims "the last Pill is the God Pill". Good for him! I honestly mean it.

    I also noticed he has written a book called "Lady", to give instructions to women.

    If most men in the MGTOW-world are able to follow his path and find the God Pill -well, maybe, maybe things might end well. If all that misogyny and gaming is just a phase they have to go through. Gaming wont hurt decent women because you can play those games only with sluts. Maybe, in the end, those men find their God Pill and become marriage material and sluts have learned their lesson and find their God Pill also.

    I went a bit far from your post but well.

  2. Somehow Roosh never gave me the same vibe as other "manospherians". You could notice that he really liked women and he had always had some traditional opinions (like supporting one income family), probably due to his background and upbringing. I have more or less expected it of him. Whatever his drawbacks are, he comes across as sincere, unlike some others whom I won't name.

    As for corporations...I remember reading a Canadian newspaper many years ago, brought back home by a relative. It was the beginning of the 1990s and one article stood up to me. It said that the age of national governments was past and that it was NGOs which were the new power structure. I mean they have never really concealed their intentions, have they? It's just that we were all to blind to see.

  3. I have got the impression of Roosh that he would propably very much like to keep women on pedestial, like Helen Andelin says. But since modern women make it pretty impossible, it makes men very disappointed. That's where all the frustration and misogyny comes from.

  4. Loss of identity was probably a factor in his case, too.