A recurring theme on this blog, in particular in the Open Threads, is the discrepancy between reality and the make-believe world the mainstream is pushing. I notice this in my day-to-day life as well, with people acting not in accordance with reality but some kind of gobbledegook world that is so inconsistent that your head hurts if you think about it. A great example is a chick I knew who demonstratively ate salads for lunch, and throughout the day she snacked on some sweets the packaging of which stated, in bold letters, that it contained zero percent fat. She really did not grasp that the sugar in it was ruining her health. Instead, she believed that those sweets were healthy.
With men, I more and more observe that they take on female behaviors. In particular with young men I notice that some of them smile excessively. Some even giggle, like girls. Yet, smiling is a sign of submission. You signal that you are not a threat. Women smile in order to appeal to you. In contrast, the ideal of a man is to have a stoic nature. This means that you take whatever the world throws at you, and to the world you project that you are in control. The first step to projecting that you are in control is to have your facial muscles in control. If you smile uncontrollably, how should anybody trust you with anything?
Quite frankly, I am physically repelled when a dude is smiling at me. It is worst if this is done by someone in a higher position. In fact, this is a complete reversal of the status hierarchy because your manager should not show signs of submission towards you. Smiling, smiley men are a complete turn-off. Just look at this guy, for instance:
I think when the elites put out images like that, they also mock you. This little faggot’s smiling face was chosen because of the obvious discrepancy in the message. You are supposed to own nothing, yet be happy? If anything, this statement sounds like a threat, but not to Faggy Tim over here who smiles as Klaus Schwab strips him of all his assets and robs him of the dream of ever owning a house. A smiley, spineless man just goes with it. He is the perennial victim.
In contrast, imagine the picture of a great leader next to this message. Instantly, your perspective shifts. I created the meme below, using an image of a bust of Julius Cesar:
Right away, you deduce that Cesar is not the target of the message, unlike the submissive faggot in the first picture. Instead, you may interpret the message in one of two ways:
1) I will take everything you have and if you resist, I will kill you
2) I will own everything, but I will provide for you as long as you serve me
In the end, it boils down to whether our imaginary Julius Cesar in this scenario is benevolent or tyrannical. Also, as he is a real man, he tells you this to your face whereas the elites operate in the shadows, hiding their ugly faces whenever they can.
If you want to invite the world to walk all over you then go ahead and smile to your heart’s content. Signal to everyone that you are not a threat, and that they can rob you blind. You will be happy regardless. Alternatively, you could learn to not want to indicate to the world that you are a doormat. It starts with not smiling all the time. Even when there is good news, it is good to not excessively smile as it keeps the other party on your guard. Let’s say you get a raise. Do you smile regardless of how much or how little it is? I hope not. The mature man may nod, say that he appreciates it, and get back to work. Keep up your poker face. This will serve you a lot better in the long run. Just imagine how you want the world to perceive you. If you could chose, you probably would much rather be the guy in the second picture above rather than the first one.