Jacobson makes a good point: “On campuses, there is a very real war on men, but few seem to care.”Every time you keep your head down in order to avoid trouble, you are collaborating with the enemy. Every time you keep your mouth shut because you think, just maybe, silence will improve your chances of getting laid, you are collaborating. Every time you meekly submit to your wife instead of providing her with the leadership she craves, you are collaborating. Those who refuse to fight back are not brave, they are not being manly for suffering in silence, they are short-sighted cowards who have betrayed both their sex and their society.
This is an important point that needs to be explored. Men on campus are afraid to speak up and with good reason. Even Warren Farrell, author of The Myth of Male Power was stifled by radical feminists at the University of Toronto when trying to talk about men’s rights.
When I was speaking to men about college for my book, I found that many did not want their names used and were afraid that there would be repercussions if their identity was known. I use the word afraid because that is what it is. Men don’t want to think of themselves as fearful, many deny that anything is happening and don’t feel the need to fight back. Instead, they stick their head in the sand and call this “bravery” or “not wanting to seem like a victim.” But they are victims of kangaroo courts and angry feminists regardless of their denial.
The discrimination will continue because there is no push back.
This is the connection between Game and the refounding of Western Civilization. Demographics is destiny. Some form of the traditional order will eventually reassert itself; the unsustainable society is destined to collapse. But those of us, male and female alike, who wish to live in a civilized society have got to stop collaborating with those who are seeking, consciously or unconsciously, to destroy it.