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Embracing Male Disposability


See ya later, snitchy bitches. I’ve decided to embrace the male disposability you enjoy shoving in men’s faces at every turn

It’s clear to any man who has suffered the injustice of living in English-speaking countries these declining nations don’t give a flying fuck about men. It loathes us, persecutes us when possible, and yet it expects our full and unquestioning cooperation when it comes time to make money off our labor. Unlike women, however, we don’t cry victim and run to the administrative state expecting it to behave like a mommy or daddy and “spank” bitches for not doing what we want them to.

Helen smith discussed this fundamental difference in male and female psychology in her book Men on Strike:

Women’s groups follow a double standard: When women lag behind men, that is an injustice that must be aggressively targeted. But when men are lagging behind women, that is a triumph of equity to be celebrated.

Hypocrisy strikes again. But the crucial behavioral difference (one men can use to their advantage) is women whine until they get their way and men take action. We don’t wait on someone else to do our bidding like women do. We can do it silently. Or stridently if you prefer. But, incentives matter. We have none. So we proceed to dispense with that which is bringing us down.

Once I discovered I had no incentives, I began to see my life quite differently from the way the matrix told me to see it. It is for that reason that New Modern Men should embrace male disposability. Society doesn’t give a damn about us, so why should we give a damn about it? We now face the looming possibility of sexual assault witch trials for “incidents” with no proof that happened decades ago. Some Anglo nations are literally making flirting a crime. Women have all the power in the court system. What’s in it for us to deal with women or society at large? A meager paycheck and a meager, often lonely existence. Exiled even though we are surrounded by women.

MGTOW and Going Galt have both been discussed at some length on this blog. But embracing male disposability beyond those entry-level philosophies is actually empowering for a man. It allows him to start taking chances he would have otherwise not dreamed of when behaving in the “civilized” or cucked manner a gynocentric society expects him to.

Otherwise, I would have never left the corporate plantation – wildcat starting a couple of businesses including this blog, taken a chance on driving a big rig, and jumped into the raging (and exciting) torrent of world exploration on the cheap without embracing my disposability. One might say, there comes a point when a man stops caring what happens to him – up to a point.

I’m not insane. In fact, I feel more sane and alive inside than I ever have before. But I am at a point in my life that I’m taking risks, and enjoying every minute of it. The alternative would be to “pickle” myself as the system suggests, saving for the “oasis” of retirement when the system already showed me it will fill my mind with obscene lies, spurring me on to chase fantasies like the college degree that turned into an albatross around my neck rather than an asset. I don’t trust the motherfuckers who spin these lies anymore is what it boils down to.

Let’s call it the male version of Mahatma Ghandi’s civil disobedience. Society expects us to work long hours and give up our entire lives to support a wealth redistributing state that heavily favors women, since Anglobitches rack up a whopping $100,000 to $250,000 deficit over the course of their vainglorious, sanctimonious lives? We adopt minimalism and skate by, happier than we ever would have been living lives of materialism trapped inside the sleep-work-spend cycle. Society expects us to contribute to 401k plans, Social Security, and other ponzi schemes that will leave most men chasing a carrot they’ll never capture? We become self-sufficient. So self sufficient we can work a few months a year and live the rest of the year doing what we want. That we can support ourselves in our old age with or without bankrupt Social Security and the bubble-prone stock market.

Think it can’t be done? Watch this YouTube video! We adapt by refusing a crappy deal. Here are a few ideas about how:

  • Purchase affordable housing (like the $10,000 tiny house plan, or a plan of your own) that doesn’t leave us neck deep in debt with a mortgage.
  • Start riding motorcycles (I personally own a 2012 Kawasaki Ninja 650 which costs practically nothing to operate, gets 52 mpg, and costs $9 a month for insurance).
  • For those who have issues with bikes, start riding used cars (I personally own a 2001 Pontiac Firebird that I purchased in 2009 and have maintained immaculately – not only is it turning into a classic it’s saving me a boatload of money on transportation since the only time I ride it is due to inclement weather – when it’s too rainy to ride my bike).
  • Cook your own meals for better health and to save several hundred dollars a month over what it would cost to eat poorly prepared slop from the corporate trough.
  • Adopt hobbies that cost little to no money. Like mountain climbing, hiking, motorcycle road trips (or in a beat up pickup if you’re averse to bikes).
  • Refuse any long-term, legal commitments to women (including common law marriage) since paying later (i.e. after a frivorce) results in yet another wealth redistribution con game.
  • Start taking risks by doing things you want to do rather than by doing things the system says you “should” do or that women say you “should” do.
  • Travel extensively to see for yourself what a raw deal the Anglobitch and her enablers in the state have given you.

And on embracing male disposability, here are a few tentative ideas I have in mind for the next couple of years:

  • Climbing a major mountain peak (or peaks)
  • Skydiving
  • Spending time in India and Africa backpacking
  • Driving a big rig when I need money
  • Learning to hunt and fish
  • Becoming proficient with firearms
  • Learning survivalist strategies

In case you haven’t seen what I’ve accomplished already, I’ve done all this in just the past two years since telling the fake news industry to go fuck itself.

The long and short of the matter is men build up society for women’s benefit, but women have become so solipsistic in modern times they refuse to treat us like human beings. They only want the golden egg, while strangling the goose that lays it. This goose has decided to fly the coop rather than laying golden eggs. Women wanted the Have It All™ lifestyle. Now, they can truly have it all. All the responsibility, work, and sacrifice that goes along with running a well-functioning society.

I’ll be enjoying my life without the crushing weight of a woman and her problems and wastefulness tying me down.

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The “Official” Motorcycle of The New Modern Man: 2012 Kawasaki Ninja 650


Speed, durability, economy: The trifecta that makes a Kawasaki Ninja 650 such a great choice

Motorcycles are perfect for minimalists.

Before getting started, I constantly hear about how dangerous motorcycles are. I know they’re dangerous. I guess I’m just a dangerous motherfucker then. Still, I enjoy riding them. In fact, I’d go as far as saying I prefer riding a bike over riding in a car. I’ve been riding for 4 years, and wish I started riding long before that. I don’t drive like a maniac, so I’ve been safe thus far. May I continue to have the same luck in the future.

Motorcycles are a fantastic way for the minimalist to save on transportation costs. My first bike, a $2,000 Ninja 250 – was a great investment and a hoot to drive. I sold it for what I paid for it: $2,000. So, it was like a got a free ride for two years and saved not only on wear and tear on my hot rod but also fuel costs.

Japanese bikes are especially good choices, because they’re practically bulletproof, parts are everywhere, and they’re super affordable. Proving my point, I just purchased this black and silver “The New Modern Man” themed 2012 Kawasaki Ninja at a local dealer in the States for $3,999 plus taxes, tags, and fees. I was out the door for less than $5,000 for a high quality, zippy, and very fun albeit practical bike with a scant 7,000 miles on the odometer.

About the only problem I encountered with the bike was needing to clean grease off the cogs and chain, as the previous owner thought greasing them was a good idea. It wasn’t. It created a huge mess and the grease was attracting dust and road grime, which would have prematurely worn these fast-moving parts out. Fortunately, a silicone-based lubricant melted off most of the grease while simultaneously lubing the O-rings in the chain.

Operating costs of a modern bike are negligible. Insurance costs me roughly $9 a month. Fuel costs are negligible. It costs me $7 to fill up my ride. I no longer fret short trips the way I used to in my car.

The riding position is comfortable, the Ninja has plenty enough power for my needs, as it does 0-60 in about 3.5 seconds, and has been getting around 52 mpg according to the digital dash. It also handles great on the curvy country roads near where I will be building a tiny house in a couple of years.

Of course, there are faster, fancier, and bigger bikes. But, this one meets my needs perfectly and is a blast to drive. Sport bikes are a great choice for minimalists who like to have some fun. That’s why it this gently used, low cost Ninja is the official bike of The New Modern Man. It’s a great bike, it’s affordable, it’s a good choice for the minimalist, and it offers free surges of testosterone with each flick of the throttle. Check out this video of a test ride of a Ninja 650 like mine if you’re interested in purchasing a bike yourself.

I plan on taking a road trip on the Ninja next time I’m in the States. Do you ride? Are you considering riding? Have you been using a motorcycle as part of your minimalist strategy?

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Is MGTOW the Ultimate Destination for Successful PUAs?


Is PUA a stepping stone to becoming a MGTOW?

Regular visitors to TNMM will know I’ve gone through a lot of women in the past few years since learning female nature, writing about it, and becoming a successful PUA. I really should have a turnstile installed in my bedroom to keep track of all the tail that’s in and out of there.

Before learning the crimson arts, I managed to get about 30 women into bed by the time I was 30 years old. But in the last few years, I’ve been getting more ass than a toilet seat. I got to a notch count of around 150 women before I stopped counting and writing them in on my list.

The latest development is I have become bored with women and the Game. Sex is still fun, and appealing, but I need less of it. Once a man has climbed the mountain, realized a cornucopia of sensual delights and how to make females feign attention in him, he realizes success can often be a stale finale.

My success with women – and staring into the toxic abyss that is female nature with each successful pick-up – has caused me to lean more towards living a MGTOW lifestyle lately.  I won’t reach the level of a MGTOW monk and I’ll still go through about a dozen women a year by my estimation (about one a month), but my interest in women continues to wane after gaining extensive experience with them. Women are empty souls. The writings of Schopenhauer first clued me in on female nature, and later I found the writings of J.D. Unwin as well as Briffault’s Law:

The female, not the male, determines all the conditions of the animal family. Where the female can derive no benefit from association with the male, no such association takes place.

  • Past benefit provided by the male does not provide for continued or future association.
  • Any agreement where the male provides a current benefit in return for a promise of future association is null and void as soon as the male has provided the benefit.
  • A promise of future benefit has limited influence on current/future association, with the influence inversely proportionate to the length of time until the benefit will be given and directly proportionate to the degree to which the female trusts the male.

From Briffault’s Law and the fact bad boys have higher notch counts than good guys, a man can glean that the essence of Game is this: If women don’t want to use men for resources (Betas) they want to try and tame them (Alphas and Sigmas). In short, Game is based on using innate female desire to manipulate and control men against them.

Once you realize women don’t see you as anything except something they can consume, try to tame, or exploit, the allure of sexual encounters with them starts to slip and the scales tip in favor of just avoiding them. The only thing most of them have to offer is sex. (And of course, children. But who wants to have children with Anglobitches dangling the Sword of Damocles i.e. state enslavement over a man’s head?) A man who is thoroughly experienced with women begins to see through every dissimulation, every trick, every game they play before they even make the attempt to move you like a pawn on the chessboard.

He knows how to short circuit the hamster. He even develops a sense of whether a chick is going to be a hot mamacita or a cold fish in bed before the encounter takes place. This man has even developed a sense of resentment towards women…but at the same time realizes he shouldn’t get mad at a predator for being a predator. Why would he get mad at a jaguar for being a jaguar?

But, he might be better off to just avoid the jaguar most of the time. (It’s always good to keep those PUA instincts honed, however, hence the most of the time reference.)

So, this conundrum does pose an interesting question. Do many, if not most successful PUAs eventually become MGTOWs once they’ve realized enormous success with women, and seen chicks for what they really are? I know I don’t want them in my life beyond occasional hook-ups. I’d much rather focus on activities and pursuits that make move me towards self-actualization on Maslow’s pyramid.

Sex is an important part of a man’s lifestyle. But sex and women should never be his final destination. Chicks are merely hedonistic, passing pleasures along the way.

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The War of Art

The Great Masters like Rembrandt were at their creative peak in the Summer of Spengler’s model of Western culture – can the West summon more works of greatness in its Winter?

Paracelsus is a contributor to The New Modern Man.

I’ve just sat down to write, “The Muse” has just struck me. Personally, I’m not much for a set schedule as Steven Pressfield describes in his book – The War of Art – which this article is named after. I’ve always been more manic, if a good idea comes along get it out however I can type. Right now “it” happens to take the form of writing, but in the past it has been everything from painting to playing numerous musical instruments. In my mind I was going to become the next Trent Reznor, but I just ended up being a fucking stellar dilettante. But, as I sit here listening to The War of Art, I reluctantly admit Pressfield makes a damn good case for staying on a single pursuit until it finally pays off.

Chances are if you’ve ever met me in person you have endured one of my famous tirades about what I’m currently researching. For years my modus operandi has been to obsessively dig into whatever topic has caught my attention – only to abruptly stop once I find my new raison d’être. In fact there are really only two things I’ve ever stuck with for the long haul. Those two things are weight lifting and reading. Although I don’t lift every single day I still think about lifting every single day. But reading, I can’t not do it every single day, every single day I have to learn something. It would be painful not to discover insight I’ve never possessed and potentially revelatory. However, there is a catch.

Throughout history voracious readers have often been praised as the very reincarnation of Thoth himself, but this praise isn’t always justly due. The voracious reader and devotee of Pythagoras isn’t Pythagoras. While you can be deeply moved by a philosopher or writer, you still lack their unique style. For a while I got onto a serious fiction reading kick and consumed as much as I possibly could from these writers:

H.P. Lovecraft, J.R.R. Tolkien, Jim Thompson, Cormac McCarthy, Bret Easton Ellis, Chuck Palahniuk, and last but not least – my favorite author- Carlos Castaneda.

The last author on this list is shrouded in intense controversy about what column his work should actually go in. I don’t personally care which, because to me that rascal Dõn Carlos was one hell of a writer and his books are the greatest literary influence on my life. Yet as a writer I’ll never be able to write like Castaneda or Lovecraft, or any other writer named on that list. God knows I’ve tried writing fiction, just none of it has been any good. My point is, reading alone just gives you better ideas, you are responsible for applying them.

This is the heart of The War of Art, the fact that creativity is first and foremost a labor. Although it is a labor of love, it is a laborious process that tests you and your ability to persist in the face of intense resistance. Now that I’m regularly putting pen to paper I can attest to the fact that I am engaging in intense mental labor. And labor though this may be, I fucking love it.

Writing is awesome, the process of converting ephemeral and fleeting thoughts into an indelible visual record. How often is that abstraction ever given the rightful praise it is due?

As for my “process,” I am and always will be a pen and paper kind of guy, every single word you read has been written in cursive and typed up. It is an arduous process, but it is one that doesn’t lead to the litany of distractions typing on a computer lends itself to. On my blog I’ve written at length about the seductive nature of internet porn, but, I never addressed the internet itself. One minute you have the resolve to sit down and type 50 pages, the next minute you are watching the new GT2 RS set a Nordschleife record on YouTube. This is why I am a proponent of the highly atavistic pen and paper. You are faced with a blank piece of paper and the call to create something compelling worth reading.

This war of art is a war worth fighting. Creating something unique is a exceptional talent, and it doesn’t matter the form or the inherent reason why you are doing it. You can strike up a conversation with any stranger and the de rigueur question will always be asked at a certain point – “what do you do?”  Deep down you know that it is merely a perfunctory gesture because most people hate their jobs. But the minute you commit to a creative profession you find a sense of joy with your answer to that question.

I’m a writer, and I’ve had to work alot of shitty jobs to get here, and I fucking love it. I don’t have to pretend I work at a prestigious company or that I have prestigious credentials and letters from an equally prestigious institution. Sometimes I write pure drivel and un-adulterated bullshit and my internal editor throws it in the trash. But that judgment rests with me on what goes to print.

I’ll leave you with this, if you’ve got something unique to contribute, put it out there. You’ve already got plenty of skin in the game. Tomorrow isn’t promised, and today isn’t over just yet. I once had a painting instructor shit all over a piece that I was working on and happened to love. Turns out he was going through a nasty divorce and was spending most of the time out in the hallway arguing on the phone with his soon to be ex-wife. He was an arrogant East Coast artist type teaching beginning painting at a community college and his opinion meant fuck all to me. There are always going to be critics.

You only need to meet your standards, so beat your internal critic every single day. Beat you resistance to create and get to fucking work!

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The Noble Spirit

Out of the depths of Anglo American matriarchal, materialistic hell a noble spirit can arise. But first, you’ve got to get mad. Then, you’ve got to get busy. Next, you’ve got to start taking risks.

From the Oswald Spengler channel on YouTube comes a philosophy of how to live a life worth living, not exist as a human farm animal. (Regular readers of TNMM may know Spengler’s Decline of the West is a founding philosophy of this blog and The New Modern Man movement. There will be much more coming on Spengler and the guidance his philosophy brings men, soon.)

Watch The Noble Spirit and awaken the masculinity inside you with such pearls of wisdom taken from the philosophy of Nietzsche such as:

Build your cities on the walls of Vesuvius. Send your ships out into uncharted seas. Explore new worlds!

Indeed, risk-taking and exploration allow a man to see beyond his time, his continent, his country, and the narrow circle of his own activities – to paraphrase Spengler. There is no reward without risk. But, even if you fail, know this:

A great life is a hard life. Hardship brings out the best in men. Pain and pleasure are sisters, one elevates the other.

Psychological research confirms this. There can be no pleasure without pain. The human psyche thrives on the sine wave of life’s ups and downs. Embrace your life for what it is, then aspire to make yourself more than what you are:

The purpose of life is life itself, and the purpose of living is to embrace that life, whether it be joyous or tragic.

Personally, much of my life has been tragic. From the death of my father when I was 12, to clawing my way out of poverty then ascending the ladder of the news industry only to find out what a farce it is, an industry filled with glib sociopaths, then being raked across the hot coals of bankruptcy as I was forced out of my position (fired) by social engineers and political correctness, before taking another job with the MSM and painstakingly paying my Chapter 13 off, then finally breaking with Corporate America permanently, I’ve had my share of disappointment and suffering.

There’s much more than that. Those are just Cliff’s Notes. I won’t even go into the abortions I had to endure and the pain I felt as my offspring were killed and I was helpless to do anything about it.

But all that just lit a fire inside me. I didn’t let it extinguish me as many men do and that flame burns to this day, as I let those lessons be my motivation to be daring and to design a life around my desires rather than chasing after material fantasies. I no longer want any of the chains Corporate America is selling. The “comfortable” life on the human farm.

The religion of the herd is comfort and safety. They avoid suffering, but at the loss of greater pleasure and fulfillment. It is a kind of dull, boring, “living dead” existence.

Time is of the essence.

Better a life of action, full of deeds. Raise your head above the herd, and you will find excitement in life.

Don’t be afraid to try new things.

A noble spirit invites new challenges, as a way to test their own strength and character.

Indeed, these talking points are weaved into the fabric of TNMM whenever possible. A philosophy like this will take a man much farther than any of the pablum force fed to him by the edumacation system and the corrupt media.

Learn lessons like these well. Then use them to change your life.

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Towards A Greater Purpose

Was it women who first brought you to the manosphere? Now that you’re here, let’s set our sights on higher ambitions

Please welcome Paracelsus to The New Modern Man.

What attracted you to the concepts of the Manosphere, or more precisely, why? Think about it while I tell you my motivations, because I can only speak for mine.

As Nicolo Machiavelli stated in his Discourses, men from whatever age tend to look on earlier times more fondly than those of their present age. Seeing history as more dignified and illustrious than the moment they live in. To be perfectly honest I can’t help but feel those feelings of nostalgia myself from time to time. Even as I sit here with an excellent edition of The Bhagavad Gita in one hand and a smartphone in the other, I can’t help but feel that something is missing. The vague sense that something indefinable and profound is absent, but what is it?

My first introduction to the Manosphere came as an article posted on Facebook years ago when I still participated in it. I don’t exactly recall the article, but I do remember that it was on Return of Kings and that it deeply resonated with me. The article wasn’t about pickup directly, but all articles dealing with human nature, and all that deal with male and female interactions do, in an indirect way. For better or worse pickup and game are necessary. It changes you and makes you better in ways that extend far beyond the ability to score pussy.

For those with a philosophical bent I assume that you already have a generally higher awareness than those around you, and certainly a greater intellect. But, this doesn’t always equate to a greater effect on the world. Quite often introspection and philosophical rumination is merely cognitive masturbation. Pickup and game, though often maligned by the MGTOW community as a shallow, meaningless pursuit for mere physical gratification can be much much more. Game/pickup is actually a mirror through which the world views you. Game is how you influence those around you, both male and female. A suave and charismatic man who can pickup women can easily lead other men. Game extends beyond carnal gratification and teaches you truths about the world. Often, such truths are uncomfortable, some are even downright painful.

Since time immemorial men have pursued women, built monuments, fought wars, killed, and certainly died in the pursuit of women. In fact this modern world has become a monument in and of itself for the gratification of women. Sitting here at Starbucks I look around and estimate that at least seventy percent of the people at this location are women. Some are attractive, a few are unfortunately un-attractive, but most are plain. Yet, all of them are women, and as such some man will come along at some point to provide for them. Not a single woman here today will have to go down to the river and wash clothes by hand. I highly doubt any of them will have to kill a chicken, pluck its’ feathers and then butcher it tonight. But I digress, the average Western womans’ life is defined by ease, comfort, luxury, and especially consumption.

However, the world being as it is is such a highly malleable and reactive environment, nothing happens in a vacuum. All of these feminine traits (which have been corrupted) are starting to infect modern men to some degree or another. The easy, decadent life is starting to crop up in male character. A life of austere and Spartan values has been supplanted by a life of conspicuous consumption and unbridled avarice. Eventually though, the life of luxury begins to wear thin, a soft bed leads towards a soft body, and a soft body leads towards a soft spirit.

This is where I found myself returning to when I found the Manosphere. Reading an article that was fortuitously stumbled upon when I was searching for something greater, for my purpose. As a man you instinctively know when you aren’t moving towards your purpose. However enticing, things, awards, accolades, and especially women are merely a byproduct of that purpose. That vague sense of searching for something is the tradition that “modern man” is severely lacking. It is why we are lost, and it is the void we fill with useless possessions and trivial pursuits.

Today it came as no coincidence that I picked up my copy of The Bhagavad Gita to read through earlier. The reason was, today I had a battle to fight, and I needed to seek counsel with God before I did so. Yet, I’m not so special or unique, all men woke up today to do the same exact thing. As a man your battle is your life, and you wage bitter ceaseless war against it until the day you die. All sages, mystics, and philosophers have attested to this inalienable fact in their own verve since the dawn of recorded history. They have recognized the great tendencies of human beings and exposed them for what they were. Even the least of them have noticed the very obvious differences between males and females and the motivations arising from them.

Generally, women seek comfort and men seek challenge, the more time you spend around people the more you can corroborate this assertion. Learning such truths about human nature can often lead to the state of “red pill rage.” You can find yourself enraged that people only dealt in platitudes, that you had been deceived your entire life. But eventually the rage subsides when you learn that no-one lied to you, and no-one intentionally deceived you. As with most things you were only deceiving yourself. You believe only that which you chose to believe from the level of awareness you have at any given moment.

What use is it convincing a woman that feminism is a decadent philosophy designed to corrupt feminine value and virtue? Or telling a SJW that true Justice is an intrinsic value gained from hard earned wisdom? The meaning people who deceive themselves gain from life is the sanctimonious feeling that they are right. For those with greater wisdom however, the meaning of life is work. A life lived in service of a purpose, an ideal, an aspiration to create. It is the polar opposite to consumption, which is – at its best- a passive action. History shows a record of the greatest men in the world to be producers, inventors, and artists. Those who left an immortal record and legacy of their brief time here. Their greatness extending far beyond their corporeal vessel in spirit and in form.

As a man you inherit the spirit of THE Creator, never lament the state of the world. You are a man, and you have within yourself the the power to change it. In my research of the “great conspiracies” I have often felt impotent to change the world until I came to an even greater epiphany. It is that throughout time there have been men like Nikola Tesla, Viktor Schauberger, and John Ernst Worrell Keely. And there have been those vast un-named and unknown cowards to oppose them. This vast conspiracy of cowards was required to mount any resistance against genius. They knew that a single great man possessed of great vision can conquer the world. Countless men have done so, and countless men stand poised to do so again.

Amongst great men there is the tradition to change the world they don’t agree with, that doesn’t suit their vision. Personally I can’t work a 9 to 5 because I have more to offer than simple interchangeable tasks that anyone can be trained to do. I have unique and original works of art to contribute. I have to tell the world that the Giza Pyramid complex was actually an ancient powerplant. That this ancient powerplant complex used a form of physics and mathematics unknown to modern science and that it was hidden in the very architecture of the structure. And this is just one of the many areas of investigation I hold dear to my heart. There is thousands of years of clumsily suppressed history and knowledge that stands waiting to be unveiled!

So, when you read articles in the Manosphere and the around the internet in general, don’t give in to pessimism. Have faith that to those with stolid and unwavering resolve the world eventually does relent. The new modern man and the archaic man of distant antiquity are exactly the same. Both are men, and both seek to conquer the world and bend it to their will.

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Can a MGTOW or John Galt Build a Tiny House for $10,000?

In this age of awakened men returning to our nomadic roots since society decided to throw us overboard, an important question comes up. What kind of pad does a man need in The Matrix while he cyclically works long enough to save up enough geld to go live the expat life? Or to be a MGTOW? Paying sky high prices for rent doesn’t cut it. Neither does buying a McMansion in a subdivision and enduring 15-30 years of debt slavery.

How does the part-time expat secure a Walt Whitman-style, minimalist residence here in the States, without getting sucked into the trap endless monthly payments? How does the MGTOW who decides to stay in Anglo America afford a place to stay while participating mercenarily in the pyramid scheme economy?

There’s a novel and viable solution for the minimalist man. Enter tiny houses. McMansions are for Anglobitches. Tiny houses are for men who want to go from working and slaving all throughout their lives to enjoying a life with some work interspersed here and there.

TNMM has discussed the virtues of tiny houses before. But Yours Truly has taken a new fascination with building a tiny house for those times I’m not either on the road or living abroad. Especially, a ready-made solution for those men who aren’t carpenters, plumbers, or interested in doing all the footwork necessary to make tiny house living a reality. I’d also like to undertake this challenge to make a point for those men who might want to follow in my footsteps, but find that the trucking lifestyle just isn’t for them.

Could a modern and very livable tiny house be built for say $10,000? Or at the very least, no more than $20,000? And could it be an off the grid house? Could it be easy to assemble? Could it be a bona fide residence? The idea is complete freedom from the system.

My experience living abroad (first in Mexico for 6 months on a trial basis, then a year in the Dominican Republic – a place I’m returning to soon) as well as my experience living on the road (in the sleeper of a semi) has given me a unique perspective on tackling this task. Here’s how I believe it could be done:

  • Find a tract of land in a rural area free of the overregulation that plagues most of America; or, alternatively build the tiny house on a travel trailer and find a used pickup to haul it around. (This option negates the possibility of purchasing a prefab shed. But, books have been written on the subject.)
  • Purchase an well-made shed (like the one pictured above) for around $5,000 to $6,000. This is the shell of the house – and far from being poorly made these sheds are designed to withstand winds of 90 mph to 140 mph depending on the model. They’re also attractive on the outside. The Riverside model above comes in sizes up to 12′ x 24′ or around 288 square feet.
  • Build the inside to suit the needs and desires of the minimalistic man.
  • Customize the exterior to taste.

Here’s where my experience on the road and abroad comes into play. Here are a few quick thoughts:

  • Install solar panels and an APU so the home is off the grid. I’ve been living on a semi-tractor trailer APU unit for a year and have found I need much less electricity than I ever imagined.
  • Utilize a thermoelectric refrigerator to cut down on energy consumption.
  • Install a propane-fed cooking stove. (Commonly used throughout Latin America.)
  • Use kerosene or propane heat in cold climates.
  • Use fans in hot climates. (In a few years, solar-powered air conditioning units will a viable option.) Another option is to find a salvage (or even new) ParkSmart unit from an 18-wheeler and design the “bedroom” area of the home to be small enough to take advantage of this battery-powered A/C unit.
  • Utilize a composting toilet and self contained shower unit (RV-type) to eliminate the need for plumbing OR install minimal plumbing.
  • Make the interior very livable and modern (like the above photo).
  • Buy a MiFi box for those times when communication is necessary.

This idea isn’t a pie in the sky fantasy, countless people are already living in tiny homes all around the United States. In fact, the documentary Minimalism: A Documentary About The Important Things features tiny housers discussing the hows and whys of their homes. There are scores of people who have made their tiny house dream a reality for much less than $10,000. But, I figure $10,000 to $20,000 is a nice range for men who want to live in a very nice, modern place with a minimum investment.

The determined minimalist could easily save up that chunk of change in only a year or year and a half of full-time trucking. Or working at many other Joe jobs while living frugally.

Voila – a residence. Debt-free. Minimalist. The newly minted homeowner is now free to pursue whatever adventures might come his way. A MGTOW or John Galt could put the cherry on top by purchasing a sport motorcycle for basic transportation. The rest of his time could be spent pursuing his own interests when he’s not working a few months a year to support his lifestyle.

Who needs a chick around running up the cost of living? Domestically, a man can polish his PUA skills, and internationally he only needs utilize the incredible power of hypergamy to be swimming in bishes. Trust me as someone who knows, a Red Pill man can quickly be up to his knees in ass, so much so that women begin to bore him. What’s more, chicks dig IDGAF rebels. What’s more rebellious than living a debt-free life of adventures completely off the grid?

Making my idea a reality is an idea that’s in the pipeline. But it will take a few years for me to get to that point. For now, I’m focused on fine-tuning and polishing my cyclical work-enjoy life abroad lifestyle. But, these ideas, once realized could be a revolution in the making for modern men and our relationship with the exploitative matrix.

For that reason alone, it’s worth dreaming about.

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