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The second red pill is that women are drawn to dark qualities in men. The lesson is that civilization demands balancing the light and the dark, rather than the foolhardy attempt to cast away all shadows. In fact, as Goethe said: the brighter the light, the darker the shadows.

The third red pill is that the markets are not inherently good or wise. Just as often as they create what is good and destroy what is bad, they unleash parasites that systematically undermine the long term causes of economic growth and annihilate what we cherish. The lesson here is that we can’t simply leave our future to some dicta or formulae. We must seize our future for ourselves and direct our own course.

Reading Gretchen Morgenson’s "Reckless Endangerment" in 2011 about the 2008 economic collapse fundamentally changed my worldview. When you see German business leaders claiming an infinite supply of unskilled laborers will cause the economy to expand, or the latest thing Google is up to, it’s not enough to say that the market is smarter than you. The market is a blind beast, and its masters are often ignorant or malicious fools in whom we should not trust our fates.

Certainly, there are inherent differences between the races. Massive? Not really. Exclusively biologically based are these differences? No. Exclusively environmentally driven are these differences? No. It’s somewhere in the middle, although current genetic research in the next decade or so will make things even more clearer (hopefully), unless the political side of scientists from the Left and Right will muddy the waters by concocting their own narrative of the actual results.

"The second red pill is that women are drawn to dark qualities in men. The lesson is that civilization demands balancing the light and the dark, rather than the foolhardy attempt to cast away all shadows. In fact, as Goethe said: the brighter the light, the darker the shadows.

No, women are drawn to men for a number of reasons, one of which may be their "dark qualities". Most women would assuredly not want to be "punched in the face because they love when a man takes charge and tells them no" (Jim’s Blog) or be "roughed up for their own good" (Heartiste’s Blog). Of course, the whole social-sexual hierarchy as perpetuated by Vox Day and his now defunct "Alpha Game" blog is a classic case of deception.

It is a patently pseudo-intellectual system created by "real men" who make a series of subjective behavioral and personality appraisals as its foundational pieces. Any protestation about this label or refusal to act in the prescribed manner brings about a pejorative response. It may be “convenient” for men to articulate what they believe are definitive aspects of their fellow man’s conduct because they subscribe to this hierarchy, but what about those men who find definitive flaws in how those decisions were arrived? What happens when those men challenge the structure by arguing that the “unvarnished truth of the structure” is in reality a set of assumptions predicated on sophistry? Would God truly judge in this exact manner by calling Christian men betas, gammas, and situational alphas?

"The third red pill is that the markets are not inherently good or wise. Just as often as they create what is good and destroy what is bad, they unleash parasites that systematically undermine the long term causes of economic growth and annihilate what we cherish. The lesson here is that we can’t simply leave our future to some dicta or formulae. We must seize our future for ourselves and direct our own course."