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File: a32d61fc4557ad8⋯.mp4 (5.76 MB, 640x360, 16:9, a32d61fc4557ad8a5cec7f74cd….mp4)

 No.17454

You guys cannot seriously believe women to be inherently defective creatures right?

I can understand hating current state of women bc of feminism, I can understand bitterness of heterosexual relationships, hell I can get behind hating brown people (even tho I am brown), but you guys really believe women are too neurologically stunted to perform simple mathematics or wipe their own coochies?

Btw, am bisexual, don't have much desire for real women anyway.

 No.17457

>Yozora

That's Fujibayashi Kyou, what retard made this webm.


 No.17459

>You guys cannot seriously believe women to be inherently defective creatures right?

I honestly believe most people are inherently defective creatures - everyone talks about how women's suffrage and the like was a mistake, but I think universal suffrage was the real mistake. Just take one look at the past two thousand years of human history - the signs are all there, clear as crystal. Say what you want about the Chinese, but their cylical model of history was right on the money. A civilization rises, stagnates, declines, falls, and another rises in its place, and the cycle begins anew. We're in the decline phase, but I don't know if there'll be a real rise. I'm sure some such anon will tell me there will be, but I can't get myself to hope.


 No.17460

>>17454

Why would women be defective if they can't into maths?

I wouldn't call an elephant defective because it can't fly. The purpose of women is to produce babies, care for the house, and be pretty. Modern women are defective because they don not fulfill their purpose, not because they aren't doing things that aren't within that.

I'm defective too


 No.17461

>>17454

This. People blame capitalism, the Jews, feminism, and the like but the real problem is Mass Democracy- the combination of universal suffrage, compulsory education and expansive bureaucracies. It was domestication under a cover of felicity that was never intended to benefit the people in the first place. This is the structural background against which the current year 'populism vs elitism' debate is taking place– freedom of speech (freedom of opinion, really) has come under scrutiny after people have found ways to subvert their herding.


 No.17462

>>17461

I honestly think what we need is someone like Napoleon - an enlightened, absolutist monarch who operates according to what Joseph II of Austria said:

>Everything for the people, nothing by the people.

It would solve a lot of our problems - we literally have people who can't even run their own lives, and we expect them to know what's best for the country? The silent majority just wants to eat, fuck, and drink, so why not let them while the minority of substance actually manages everything?


 No.17469

>>17459

as much as I hate Churchill, broken clock, right twice a day as usual had choice words to say about universal voting rights in general and how thickheaded your average bloke or broad was in the voting booth. unfortunately America never had a chance at Monarchy.


 No.17471

>>17462

>Napoleon

manlet dictators always right. its always some short guy who tells the people what they ought to have not what they want to have. but they're right, ofc.


 No.17482

>>17469

Exactly. Say what you want about Churchill, but he was right on the money.

>unfortunately America never had a chance at Monarchy.

If only George Washington had taken the crown instead of insisting on the presidency. Simply put, the entire system is rotten. Considering the demographic future of the US, if an enlightened, absolutist monarchy is out of the question, then a

constitutional monarchy, with a parliament, a king and a system of lords and noble houses to make up the basis of the local power structure in each state with limited suffrage as set forward in the Constitution would get better results for everyone. What does one have to lose? Aren't we tired of resurrecting all these nineteenth century boogeymen in the hopes of solving twenty first century problems?

>>17471

Napoleon wasn't perfect, but he sure was a hell lot more better than all that came after. Whatever. It doesn't really matter anyway - I'm just spitballing because I have no other function, politically speaking, in this decrepit society. I haven't voted a day in my life, and if you look at the stats, a lot of people are more willing to hand over their right to vote in exchange for economic security. IIRC there's even some who want a military junta. I have a gut feeling that the future isn't in Communism or National Socialism, but in monarchy, or as is more likely, a warlord era like what the Chinese had after they ditched the Qing. I can see it now too - over two hundred flavors of "REAL American patriot!!!!" turning America into something that makes Syria look like a kids' tea party.


 No.17488

>>17482

I have DDR esque beliefs (I break with them on the support of the Vietcong and instead go for Kampuchea) but Monarchy might be ok


 No.17495

>>17454

>another "is this r9k?" post

Jesus christ OP, go outside or at least lurk more before you write some bullshit.


 No.17504

>>17482

>If only George Washington had taken the crown instead of insisting on the presidency

Thomas Jefferson put in the electoral college bc he thought the average Joe would be too swept up by patriotism to know about real politics.

It's interesting to hear right-wingers talk about "freedom and democracy" but when you suggest secularism, they go apeshit demading God to be shoved in the faces of hesitant schoolkids "lest they burn in hell for kissing niggers and sucking dicks". They will even go as far as raising legal age "to protect their impressionable minds", suggest taking women out of the workforce "bc it destroys the home", etc.

"To sit at one's right hand" means to be a guest of honor/appeal to authority.

Hence, right-wing believe in kings and emperors.


 No.17517

>>17488

Monarchy isn't perfect, but I think it's workable. I'm not suggesting America go back to the limeys, though, or anything like that - I think a homegrown candidate would be best (same for any country that would turn into a monarchy).

>>17504

The problem with today's right wing is that they're all talk, no show. They treat "triggering" people as their black tar heroin, refusing to do much of anything other than have consistent he said/she said drama online and offline like a bunch of ghetto soccer moms.

You remember the story about the guys who shot at each other over who made the best Kool-AId?

That's the right wing. They offer no real solutions - just "LOL U MUST BE TRIGGERED HUH?" all the while the country caves in on itself around them. Of course, I know somebody will say "but that's not the REAL right wing," and that's my point - it's controlled opposition if anything. Monarchy would, at least, have a central figure to rally around, one who would (ideally) put the country ahead of the special interest groups right wingers love to be cucks for.


 No.17542

Women have never created a civilization on their own.

Your move OP.


 No.17547

>>17488

My post wasn't an apologia for totalitarianism. It was an argument against Mass Democracy– which is not about and has never been about the demos.

>>17517

>The problem with today's right wing is that they're all talk, no show.

The fundamental problem of the right is this: Amoral seizure of power is something that is natural to the left and will never be natural to right. This right usually operates by creating institutions and hierarchies, the left by subverting them. When most institutions and hierarchies have been subverted, the right has to take extraordinary measures- [1] aping the left (fascism, populism), [2] exit (secession) or [3] a reset to zero (collapsitarianism). All of these options are unpalatable to your average conserva-boomer.

>>17504

This ain't 2003, chief.


 No.17555

>>17547

>average conserva-boomer

Because they're too complacent. They don't want to make sacrifices. They just expect shit to fall into their laps because "we're special" like the participation ribbon stuff they keep yammering about, ironically enough. I feel that a lot of instances across the board - no one at all seems to really care for much other than getting one over on their opponents on some online forum or wherever. There's nothing to do, nobody to follow, it's just everyone becoming their own little island, and the island's desolate af a la Montserrat. I may just be rambling and all, but I can't help but feel like this. I agree that extraordinary measures ought to be taken, but knowing they likely never will (or, if they are, will likely be half-assed in execution) just saddens me.


 No.17588

File: 125a8225213216e⋯.jpg (1.78 MB, 1398x1946, 699:973, reicherrytrees.jpg)

Not my fault anime girls are better


 No.17592

>>17454

>women

>inherently defective

lol as if it was limited to le ebil women only.

Buddy, 85% of humans are an utter and complete waste of oxygen.

Disgusting subhumans that deserve to be gassed

Most normies of any race, gender, religion or sort are defective cattle animals

sure, some women are acting in a very ugly way but that is just what society lets them so they play the game


 No.17593

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>>17588

how cute

Hikari is best girl though


 No.17596

>>17517

>That's the right wing. They offer no real solutions - just "LOL U MUST BE TRIGGERED HUH?" all the while the country caves in on itself around them. Of course, I know somebody will say "but that's not the REAL right wing," and that's my point - it's controlled opposition if anything.

Podcasters like Alex Jones will attack anyone who isn't a raving, mouth-foaming bible-thumper bellower like his contemporaries Glenn Beck, Ben Shapiro, and Jordan Peterson simply because they prefer long boring conversation. But the worst are their fanbases verbally duking it out like it's an Infinity War (TM) . Right-wing media is mostly for insecure macho-obsessed jocks (*cough* XENNIALS *cough*)


 No.17602

File: 9e43c1e6c68d6da⋯.png (592.63 KB, 800x1400, 4:7, Black Pill About Gaming.png)

>>17592

>Buddy, 85% of humans are an utter and complete waste of oxygen.

>Most normies of any race, gender, religion or sort are defective cattle animals

Thank you, anon. I've been saying this for a long time now, even before I became a doomer. If you just stick with "le ebil women," chances are you're part of the problem.

>>17596

I'm convinced that Alex Jones is controlled opposition designed to make any alternatives to the status quo look bad in comparison.

>anon, why are you talking like THAT guy?

As for the rest, they keep shoving their shit into every little thing too, just like the SJWs they hate so much. Pic related for why their "culture war" spiel is a bunch of bull.


 No.17605

>>17593

I wish Hikari cooked for me ;_;


 No.17607

>>17602

You know what the funny thing is about this?

This is literal nigger science. The 85/10/5 ratio comes from the 5percenters of New York. Basically it is a group of niggers that mixed islam and voodoo into a new religion and got it registered as a church or something. The boys from Wu Tang Clan New York hip hop crew popularized them because most of them are members of that cult and refer to it in their lyrics often.

And they call themselves the 5percenters because they think they are the 5% enlightended people compared to the 85% ignorant fools and the 10% sociapathic businessmen and politicians. You can argue about them being batshit insane but they really nailed this distribution perfectly.

But seriously, in fact it is that. People are corrupt by nature and you cannot depend on them.

>>17605

#metoo


 No.17613

>>17454

>You guys cannot seriously believe women to be inherently defective creatures right?

No.

>I can understand hating current state of women bc of feminism

why?

> but you guys really believe women are too neurologically stunted to perform simple mathematics or wipe their own coochies?

No.

>Btw, am bisexual, don't have much desire for real women anyway.

Why did you even make this thread, exactly?


 No.17642

>>17596

>Xennials, Xennials, Xennials

people have the weirdest bogeymen.


 No.17645

>>17607

>5-10-85

That idea is (at least) as old as Plato, and even the most strident populists have made concessions to it. It is as banal as saying water is wet.


 No.17674

>>17642

I'm one myself. b. 1982


 No.17676

>bisexual

fucking attention whores man


 No.17680

>>17674

The reason I made the post is that I largely agree with you. You make a great point about the macho bullshit plaguing the right, but then ruin it with a bit of generational astrology.

Younger millennial here, most 'Xennials' I know are laid-back hipsters, while most people in my own cohort are quite stiff and image-conscious


 No.17683

>>17461

>populism vs elitism

Same shit, really. Only difference is that with elitism, the elite exert their power directly, whereas with populism, the elite first convince the people that what they really want is what the elite secretly wants, and then the people go out and vote that into effect, thereby putting the responsibility on the people if shit goes wrong. Much like how corporations will astroturf some desire for (x) thing until people start to legitimately want it, then they'll come out and say "well guess what guys! we listened to your demands and started producing the thing!" People have so little autonomy.


 No.17687

>>17683

>the elite first convince the people that what they really want is what the elite secretly wants

This is mass democracy in action, literally. 'Populism' as used in current-year media as a bugbear has nothing to do with historical populism, but is just shorthand for "things that the elite really wish that you did not like" (to put it mildly)


 No.17703

>>17683

What about when the people convince the elites what they want?


 No.17704

>>17680

Well most Xennials I know are not like me,so I'm a bad example. Most I know IRL are liberal af, a few conservatives. None of them know what Nazbol is unless they're fresh off the boat from the former Eastern bloc. I'm one of the few that was actually born and bred here. Shits fucked.


 No.17707

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The last of our problems are women. Men forgot how to be spiritually a man. And i'm not talking physically because even a faggot can be strong. We are spiritually dead inside, we don't stand like we used to, and so the women follow this dead end. As some anons said in this thread we need to restore the spiritual ruling class, but (((they))) destroyed them long ago. We're fucked anyway.


 No.17749

>>17642

How is that any different than the "zoomer menace" conjured up by doomer?


 No.17750

>>17749

It's not. It's fun to make anti-[generation] shitposts, but as far as serious analysis is concerned, it's about as useful as astrology.


 No.17758

>>17459

>I honestly believe most people are inherently defective creatures

This was my thought, too - there are things I notice in women, or at least think I notice, which seem really shit. But then I can look back, and notice that men obviously have a lot of similar character flaws and different ones as well - and then looking at history there's a lot of terribly bad shit which happened under societies with explicit male dominance. So at best, I think the sexes may be shit in different ways. Maybe women are shit in a particular way, but I don't think they're special for being defective.


 No.17834

>>17680

Anon, I'm not >>17704/>>17674 Xennial guy. I am OP who made >>17596 and I am a younger millennial myself. I do have older friends some born 50s/60s, others 70s/80s. I notice that alot of my friends who are 70s-born or 80s-born, even if liberal, tend to judge anything thats not grungy or edgy as "gay."


 No.17835

>>17834

>I notice that alot of my friends who are 70s-born or 80s-born, even if liberal, tend to judge anything thats not grungy or edgy as "gay."

In my experience, socioeconomic status and personality type is far greater predictor of whether one adopts this attitude or not. There were a lot of cultural products in the gen-X era that pandered to this expectation, but there was also an underground that subverted it.

I unconsciously gravitated towards hipsters, homosexuals and artists who rejected this nonsense but had I been in a lower SES bracket, all those things might not have been available to me. I'm modest enough to admit that I am susceptible to the herd instinct as much as anybody else. I just consider myself lucky.


 No.17837

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>>17454

I don't think women are inherently defective. There are a variety of problems with both men and women for different reasons already pointed out in this thread.

Don't think dictatorship is the answer either. For every Napoleon, the next guy would be Stalin or Caligula.

Basically there are too many of us and we live too long with no purpose. The human lifespan should be 30-40 years or so. Pic related isn't normal.


 No.17966

>>17837

>Don't think dictatorship is the answer either. For every Napoleon, the next guy would be Stalin or Caligula.

Again, criticism of mass democracy does not equal apologia for dictatorship. It's hard to come up with a positive vision because of the inherent difficulty in predicting the future, but an ideal situation would be where the elites were localized, where education was desacralized and all associations were voluntary. Needless to say, centralized bureaucracies would be minimal and mass media non-existent. All things considered, it's not too different from mutualism.


 No.17970

the defects of men are suppressed

the defects of women are encouraged

that is our world


 No.17991

>>17837

>dat graph

okay

and who thought this was a good idea?

on a planet with limited ressources of all things …

But the funny thing is, the problem will not go away. Even if half of the world population dies right now. The problem will continue to exist. Because of urbanisation of society, people need to leave their villages if they want to find a job. So everybody will storm into the city. And what do you ahve in cities? Lack of space.

So no matter how many die, unless we deurbanise society again problem will stay


 No.18033

>>17837

the 30-40 year lifespan meme comes from averages including infant mortality or observations of life in 'the plague years'

hunter gatherer peoples that made it through childhood and didn't succumb to violent deaths lived to around 70

the "live to 35 cause thats how it was" implication is retarded

not saying mass population isn't a problem

the main problem is dysgenics and the importation/exportation thereof


 No.18047

>>18033

I didn't say people "used to" live that long.

I said they "SHOULD."

Big difference.




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