Back from a Week in Paradise
This humble smartphone photo was the only pic I snapped during my recent 10-day escape to paradise.
I’m currently driving again to save money for my cabin in the woods and to finance my next series of adventures. Driving a truck is the perfect way to ghost and earn money at the same time while suffering the matrix. Most days, I don’t even leave the truck except for coffee, or a humble meal once or twice a week. (I make sandwiches most days in my sleeper.)
While I was in paradise, I remembered what draws me there. It’s not only the great scenic beauty and the women – who like butterfly’s wings have not been touched by social engineers – it’s the sense that there’s a future on this island. I don’t feel there’s any future for me in America, anymore.
I’ll elaborate on it another time, but this country has taken everything from me over the course of my life. It took women away from me by poisoning them with feminism, it took my sister away from me by poisoning her mind with YouGoGrrl-ism and the Don’t Need a Man™ narrative (she soon fell into drug addiction), it took my father away from me by using him as a work horse until he died at age 39 then told me he had White Privilege because he owned a shanty house and eked out a living, it took my career from me by instituting a White Males Need Not Apply policy, it took sexuality and masculinity away from me through pervasive shaming, and it’s taking my hopes for the future away with an emerging totalitarian technocracy.
Within a day of setting foot here, getting some of the good medicine of nature, some caipirinhas + Cuban cigars, and some hot sex all was right in my world again.
Pity I had to come back to this disaster in the making. I hate Anglo America and its infernal machine culture with every fiber of my being.
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