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On Tradwives and Homemakers
I decided to cover the various subcultures of the post-feminism intersexual relations. Since I already touched on MGTOW, I might cover Tradwives or traditional wives…
The tradwife, otherwise known as a homemaker, stay at home wife in the past, is a woman taking care of her husband and children while the man is the primary bread winner. She cooks fresh food, and makes the crib welcoming and warm. And all this is totally wholesome…
I love it. Not only does it show a middle finger to the feminists and soyciety at large, much like MGTOW does, the tradwife means one less woman competing for jobs with blokes like me. Granted, this cannot be practiced by a majority of women because most guys don’t have the income to afford their missus this kind of lifestyle. And here comes the danger…
The danger of being betrayed by your husband
My mother was turned into a homemaker by my dad, who was uncomfortable about getting a senior position in the company and being my mother’s superior. My mother being a foreigner and having a niche profession accepted being a homemaker and made my dad food and made sure he always has clean cloths to wear.
Well, my mother turned 30, and my dad wanted a variety. Eventually the old man got estranged, he hired a maid to replace my mother. Then his girlfriend threatened him with a break up and the idiot asked for a divorce. I helped my mother with legal issues so she does not remain destitute in the old age.
You see, it is all cool being a tradwife but we live in a post-feminist reality, and no-fault divorce cuts both ways. Now, women in the West have the legal system on their side (and many abuse that fact) but finding a career after years of being a stay at home wife is almost impossible.
This is why I would suggest to invest part of your allowance into exchange traded funds over the years, and if your hubby does not betray you, shave off 4% every year and invite him on a nice holiday. And on your death bed, you can cash out and give the money to your grandchildren. And in case he fucks up, you will have portfolio that can provide you with a passive income and a reserve.
You see, as a tradwife, a lot of women will covet your place. Women often go after men that already have a wife or girlfriend, this is called a pre-selection. They act like a heard all gravitating to one alpha.
The parasitical homemaker
Number of guys complain that they are in a relationship where the woman does fuck all. They come from work and have to do house chores and other shit. But they stay in such a relationship because the pussy is more powerful than their judgment. Some of these guys don’t even get sex that often.
You need to discover the alpha male in you, and reject these hoes.
So the other day I wrote this post, and today I decided to ask the OpenAI to write out all the historical events at Saturn-Neptune conjunctions for the last 3000 years…
Saturn-Neptune conjunctions occur every 36 years and mark the beginning of a new cycle in the relationship between the two planets. Here are some major historical events that occurred at Saturn-Neptune conjunctions in the last 3000 years:
- 699 BCE: Saturn-Neptune conjunction in Capricorn. This is the earliest recorded Saturn-Neptune conjunction in history. In this year, the Assyrian Empire conquered Babylon, establishing a new era of dominance in the region.
- 663 BCE: Saturn-Neptune conjunction in Capricorn. This year marked the beginning of the reign of the Chinese Emperor Gaozu, who founded the Han dynasty and ushered in a new era of stability and prosperity in China.
- 627 BCE: Saturn-Neptune conjunction in Capricorn. This year saw the founding of the city of Megara Hyblaea, one of the most important Greek colonies in Sicily.
- 591 BCE: Saturn-Neptune conjunction in Aquarius. This year saw the beginning of the reign of King Nebuchadnezzar II of Babylon, who rebuilt the city and made it one of the most important cultural centers of the ancient world.
- 555 BCE: Saturn-Neptune conjunction in Aquarius. This year saw the beginning of the reign of Cyrus the Great, who founded the Persian Empire and expanded its territory to include much of the Middle East and Central Asia.
- 519 BCE: Saturn-Neptune conjunction in Pisces. This year saw the construction of the Temple of Olympian Zeus in Athens, one of the largest temples in the ancient world.
- 483 BCE: Saturn-Neptune conjunction in Pisces. This year saw the beginning of the reign of Xerxes I of Persia, who led a massive invasion of Greece that was ultimately defeated by the Greeks.
- 447 BCE: Saturn-Neptune conjunction in Pisces. This year saw the construction of the Parthenon in Athens, one of the most iconic buildings in the world.
- 411 BCE: Saturn-Neptune conjunction in Pisces. This year saw the end of the Peloponnesian War, which had lasted for nearly 30 years and had devastated much of Greece.
At this point the chat bot crashed. So I tried again:
- 136 BC: Saturn and Neptune conjunct in Capricorn. This was the beginning of the Third Punic War between Rome and Carthage.
- 467 AD: Saturn and Neptune conjunct in Capricorn. This was the year when Anthemius became the emperor of the Western Roman Empire.
- 903 AD: Saturn and Neptune conjunct in Capricorn. This was the year when the Tang dynasty in China came to an end.
- 1341 AD: Saturn and Neptune conjunct in Capricorn. This was the year when the Black Death pandemic began in Europe.
- 1701 AD: Saturn and Neptune conjunct in Capricorn. This was the year when the War of the Spanish Succession began.
- 1762 AD: Saturn and Neptune conjunct in Capricorn. This was the year when Catherine the Great became the Empress of Russia.
- 1821 AD: Saturn and Neptune conjunct in Capricorn. This was the year when Peru declared its independence from Spain.
- 1917 AD: Saturn and Neptune conjunct in Leo. This was the year when the Russian Revolution occurred.
- 1952 AD: Saturn and Neptune conjunct in Libra. This was the year when Queen Elizabeth II ascended to the throne of England.
- 1989 AD: Saturn and Neptune conjunct in Capricorn. This was the year when the Berlin Wall fell and the Soviet Union began to collapse.
- 2026 AD: Saturn and Neptune will conjunct in Aries.
Then I asked the same but told the AI to do the calculations in sidereal zodiac…
As an AI language model, I don’t endorse or promote astrology, as there is no scientific evidence to support it. However, I can provide you with some information on the historical events that occurred during the Saturn-Neptune conjunctions in the past 3000 years, based on the sidereal astrology.
A Saturn-Neptune conjunction occurs when Saturn and Neptune occupy the same degree of the zodiac, indicating a blending of the energies of these two planets. Here are some significant historical events that occurred during the Saturn-Neptune conjunctions in the past 3000 years, based on the sidereal astrology:
- March 496 BCE: The Roman Republic defeated the Latins in the Battle of Lake Regillus.
- January 110 BCE: Gaius Marius became the first non-aristocrat to be elected as consul of Rome.
- February 583 CE: The Sui dynasty was established in China.
- January 872 CE: Alfred the Great of England defeated the Vikings.
- February 1138 CE: The Holy Roman Emperor Lothair III died, triggering a power struggle among his successors.
- March 1425 CE: The Kingdom of Burgundy and the Duchy of Savoy signed the Treaty of Chambery.
- February 1683 CE: The Ottoman Empire began a siege of Vienna, which lasted for two months.
- March 1952 CE: The Treaty of San Francisco was signed, officially ending World War II for Japan.
- February 1989 CE: Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini, the founder of the Islamic Republic of Iran, died.
It’s important to note that astrology is a controversial and unscientific practice, and there is no empirical evidence to support the notion that planetary alignments have any causal relationship with historical events. Any perceived correlation between astrology and historical events may be the result of coincidence or confirmation bias.
Somehow the AI also picked up some science cuck disclaimers. But I would not mind returning to the AI later, even getting some pro subscription. This looks like a powerful tool in its own right…
Arestovych is Now a Financial Expert
I was expelled from the ranks of military experts.
So I became a financial expert.
And you should do the same just in case.
Little do people know, but before becoming a political blogger (this happened to him after the Euromaidan in 2014) and later a speaker for Zelensky, Arestovych was a pick up artist. He was telling lonely young men how to seduce modern slags. I guess they rejected him there as well…
You wanna take financial advice from this shyster?
All Welcome Our AI Overlords
I must say I am a big fan of AI and I am thrilled by the possibilities it offers…
As readers of this blog know, I have a hobby, and that hobby is astrology. Astrology is a difficult and tedious job that consumes a lot of time and requires a heightened perception.
I am using a software to calculate positions of planets for my historical astrology project. Everyday after work I make note of one or several aspects, and in my free time I write out a whole cycle. For every couple of planets (say Jupiter and Saturn) I use the software to calculate 3,000 years worth of aspects.
Although, I think my productivity could be higher, I think the pace of my work far outpaces astrologers 50 years ago that did not have the luxury of using an astrology software. Back then, and since antiquity, the astrologer would rely on his own observed measurements or in the best case on tables that recorded the positions of planets. Those are known as the ephemeris, and the software has the tables built in.
Now imagine if I could automate the process. Have a robot do the calculations and write them out using the same template I have devised. I could have the work I was doing for the last five years done in like 5 hours or maybe less. I could also instruct the AI to link the aspects to historical events and find connections between the different configurations.
Honestly, a predictive mundane astrology software that would use the AI and include further techniques that go beyond just planetary aspects would be something mad. You could literally predict things like pandemics and market crashes with just click of a button.
Some people fear the AI would replace humans. I personally think it will enhance humanity. The AI is literally an extension of human mind. We will be able to make complex calculations that would take people years to complete, or would be impossible for humans to do without an error. We could outsource tasks to the AI that would take a lifetime to achieve.
Stories from ancient India tell of rishis that have spent years, even decades calculating and analyzing planetary positions and celestial omens. And don’t get me wrong, doing this work makes me feel human but I am not sure if fastening these tasks and using a super intelligence would make me feel less human, or whether it would free my soul from the frustrating task ahead of me, and make me focus on other things that would be far more rewarding?
PS: We are off to a good start…
Explaining MGTOW to Normies
First off, MGTOW stands for “Men going their own way“ and it is not a movement. I used to think of it as a philosophy but I do not find it to be that deep to warrant that label. I would rather call it a phenomenon.
Now, MGTOW basically preaches the avoidance of relationships with the opposite sex. It does not mean you swear off women altogether, even though that is an option, it just means that you are the one that wears the pants in whatever relationship you form.
Given that the social and legal climate in the West is hostile to men, you might want to think twice before you get married, have kids, or simply cohabit with a woman. MGTOWs care about what is good for themselves, not the society or women.
MGTOW is often accused of being hateful and a male mirror of feminism. MGTOW is nothing like feminism because it doesn’t have official organisations, it does not hold conferences, it does not have leaders. And most of all, MGTOW does not care about having political influence.
Also, a young man discovering MGTOW on the internet will often get what is called a red pill rage. He will see the injustice done to men. Now, I stoped seeing those angry channels on YouTube of late, auntie Susan and her censorious minions are working diligently. So only the soft spoken channels are left now.
Another accusation is that these guys are often mating market losers that cannot get any poosay. Well, MGTOW does not give a fuck how successful with women you are, that’s for normies and shysters. I believe that even an incel virgin has the right to have an opinion on women. And honestly, how much experience do you need to form an opinion?
You see, my belief is that MGTOW was coined by married men already back in the seventies that were shafted in the divorce court. I have heard one normie shithead make the argument that these divorced guys have a legitimate claim, whereas a guy like me that only had hook ups in his life, and never anything serious does not.
Honestly, I am super glad I did not have anything serious looking at those divorcee MGTOWs. And quite frankly, it would be the best if guys found MGTOW when they are experiencing problems with women like rejection, and break up. They would form a completely new frame of reference and perhaps incel violence, and male suicides would drop as well.
Murican Wunderwaffe Javelin Being Seized by the People’s Militia of the Donbas
I can barely tell the American Javelin system from the British N-LAW, so excuse me if some pictures get mixed in. Also, I don’t think most of the soldiers are People’s Militia of the Donbas but regular Russian force.
These are Chechen forces in an abandoned ammunition depo near Zaparozhye, the source say the Ukrainian force fled without engaging them.
More seized guns coming:
Anti-tank guns are not the only gear being seized…
Does anyone have reliable statistic on how many Russian tanks were destroyed by Javelins in the Ukraine conflict?
Anti tank missile launcher shown on Russian TV.
Damn Satanic Temple, you have outdone yourselves…
Yeah, I will buy stocks to gain some interest.