Make It Easy On Yourself

7 05 2018

Tempe, Arizona

Starts like this:

Once upon a time, 4,000 to 8,000 years after humanity invented agriculture, something very strange happened to human reproduction. Across the globe, for every 17 women who were reproducing, passing on genes that are still around today—only one man did the same.

And then:

Another member of the research team, a biological anthropologist, hypothesizes that somehow, only a few men accumulated lots of wealth and power, leaving nothing for others. These men could then pass their wealth on to their sons, perpetuating this pattern of elitist reproductive success.

You can stop there, because that’s all you need to know, though it’s not as if the researchers will make it obvious.  They’re confined by political correctness and taboos, but I’ve swallowed the red pill.

Red pill:

Women throw themselves at rich and powerful men.  The agricultural revolution suddenly created a small handful of rich and powerful men, therefore, lots of women threw themselves at them.

If we were still given to our base instincts, the majority of women today would be throwing themselves at the small handful of men who have become multi-billionaires in the digital revolution. One reason that can’t happen today is because the small handful of tech/internet multi-billionaires aren’t easily accessible, for reasons of geography, distance and security. In contrast, in villages feeling the consequences of the agricultural revolution, the newly rich and powerful were easily and often seen, and easy to access.



3 responses

8 05 2018

I have got to get me a farm and do some plowing!

8 05 2018

FYI, the (((tech billionaires))) are either homos or omega cucks like Zuck.

10 05 2018
Replication Crisis Goes Mainstream | Countenance Blog

[…] almost all of the entirety of human civilization after the agricultural revolution, the highly intelligent have made it their business to teach the rich and powerful, who become rich […]

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