Peer Into The Great Beyond As Wanderlust Calls

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The life of the roaming nomad is one to which many awakened men aspire to

Do you wonder endlessly what lies beyond the dreaming horizon? Are you a wanderer, a drifter, a rootless nomad traversing foreign lands and living like today is all that matters?

In many ways I envy this man.  His home he finds wherever his feet may land.  Having no ties to hold him down he must know a great freedom.  We men of the west are all wanderers now.  Estranged and vilified from our own homelands.  We watch in traumatizing shock and bitter revulsion the sad state of affairs we find ourselves in.  All of us are simply trying to make sense of it all.

Where do we belong?

Wanderlust Of The Soul

While I may have not traveled as extensively as the host of the very site as well as many of the readers.  I have always had a wanderlust of the soul since I was young.  I drifted, drifted into perilous realms of the mind.  I floated down dark rivers of the heart.  Perhaps one of the most frightening things you will ever see is to stare.  A long and cold stare into the deepest, darkest parts of yourself with no illusions.  Most cannot  do this.  Indeed it can be too mind shattering for many.

You are not the idealistic avatar your ego projects itself to be.  In fact, you are probably a piece of shit in many if not most ways.

I know I am.

Millions, billions even just like you came and went like dust in the wind.

There are no tales written of them.  No songs sung in heartfelt praise.  Only a merciless earth to greet them as they kicked and screamed, pulled from a bloody womb.  Through no fault and no choice of their own that same merciless earth swallowed them whole.  As the ashes of their fleeting memories burned away and heartless winds did howl.  To wander the earth in search of some deeper longing always struck me as fascinating.

Why do we men get that pale glint in our eyes beckoning us beyond?  What makes us fail to find satisfaction right here and right now?

Why is it some of us are not content to stay in one place?

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Wanderlust is connected with man’s yearning to find meaning in life

Our Deepest Longings

It is my thought that the wanderlust a man exhibits outwardly is often a physical manifestation of a spiritual search for meaning.  Both are perhaps necessary for men to undertake and probably complimentary when understood in this context.

I’ve written before about how the modern male is now a Ronin.  It was one of the first articles I ever wrote.  I still feel the words inside resonate deeply.  The difference however is that the samurai of feudal Japan who became ronin felt immense shame for it.  We could feel shame if we want to be defeated men.

Or we could immerse ourselves in the powerful freedom that comes when a man no longer serves any master.

Instead he chooses through the steel of his will and the fire of his heart to become his own Master.  This does not mean lavishing yourself with undue praise or doting over past victories.  This is a complete revolution of the mind.  A form of living in defiance to the New World Faggot hivemind.  This takes much strength of will because you are accepting to live the life of a modern heretic.  People hate to have their pathetic hopes crushed.  As many red pill men have seen/are seeing.  The world is going to fucking hate you for challenging their accepted reality.

Slavery: The Natural State Of Man

Slaves love their chains.  In fact religious systems are created for this purpose and psychological thought structures are produced by the cunning serpents of the world to manipulate your entire view of self.  Have you ever come to the coldly sobering realization that nearly everything you believed about yourself and the world prior to that point was a venomous lie?

How fucking furious were you?  How shocked?  What dark thoughts threatened your precious ego?

For the man who truly wishes to be free  He must face down the great void inside his soul.  He must see himself with no illusions that couch his fears and no fairy tales to caress his all important feelings.

I think the point in which a man realizes he can no longer be a slave.  The point of no return where he has seen the darkness with a full heart.  This is when he realizes the ego destroying truth.

That in order for him to be free.  He must live dangerously.

You see, freedom is not the want of the weak.  In fact even the strong have trouble imagining a world with no boundaries.  A world where there are no confining walls to keep you where they say you should be.  No voices of authority reproaching him for wandering off the range.

This is the Void you must stare into.  The dark unknown inside yourself which you must confront.  Ivan Throne’s Nine Laws would represent this by his 9th law.   The law of no laws.  The Void.

It is there you shall know the savage freedom of the unfettered mind.

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How Fragile Life is and How Important Each Moment Must Be

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Lessons in taking chances from Star Trek, before J.J. Abrams ruined it

The whole Q and Picard protagonist/antagonist scheme worked well for Star Trek: The Next Generation. Patrick Stewart and John de Lancie were two fine actors playing some very philosophical screenplays together. One of those stands out, and has worn the test of time well. As I prepare to hop across the world yet again, I must admit the following scene is always in the back of my mind. It provides a great life lesson for the Red Pill man.

Q, a godlike entity that regularly torments the crew of the Enterprise, gives the good captain a chance to relive his life, taking fewer chances and being less bold the second time around. Picard’s new life of safety and security fails miserably, as he ends up the 24th century equivalent of a corporate drone rather than the captain of the Enterprise.

From that episode, this excerpt serves as food for the adventurous soul. Except rather than making it about “career” (bleh) New Modern Men need to make it about living a full life.

That Picard never had a brush with death, never came face to face with his own mortality, never realized how fragile life is or how important each moment must be. So his life never came into focus. He drifted through much of his career, with no plan or agenda, going from one assignment to the next, never seizing the opportunities that presented themselves.

Isn’t that what being a Beta male is all about? Drifting through life with no plan, no agenda, never taking the risk required to have great stories to tell and memories to cherish before you take the big dirt nap. Going to work and being a good slave for 40-50 years, saving for a retirement that quite honestly has a good chance of never coming giving the current financial situation of the USA.

You can watch the full scene on YouTube, or fire up Netflix and watch The Next Generation episode entitled “Tapestry” to see a valuable life lesson played out on screen.

The man who takes no risks ends up living the life of another sheep. On that note, I might just go skydiving in a couple of weeks. You got anything exciting planned?

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City Review: Pattaya, Thailand

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Relampago’s City Rating: Star16Star16Star16Star16Star16


  • Nightlife: Excellent
  • Chance to score: Excellent
  • Beer prices: About 70 baht, or $2
  • Food prices: Can’t afford NOT to eat out, from $5 for a quality meal
  • Lodging: From $15/night
  • Things to do besides chase women: Many options

Las Vegas uses the marketing slogan “Whatever happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas.” That city should be so lucky as to be Pattaya, Thailand where there is far more to do than piss money away at casinos, shop, and eat out. “Whatever happens in Pattaya, stays in Pattaya” is a loftier ambition for the single Red Pill man.

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American strip clubs can’t compare to Thai Go Go clubs

Quite frankly, as someone who has been to Bourbon Street in New Orleans numerous times, that famous venue also has nothing on Walking Street in Pattaya. Bourbon Street should aspire to be the balls-out good time that Walking Street is.

Incidentally, if you’re into gambling there are casinos here. But who has time for that nonsense when this is a city crawling with hot chicks? I’m talking naked Asian women in every GoGo club, plenty of beer bars with hot chicks hanging around, and plenty of places for men to practice day game. There are even a few bars where you can meet up with and have a beer with some African chicks if dark skinned women are your bag. I won’t even detail the infamous “soapy massage parlors” some men swear by down around Soi 2.

This is sin city central. There are few things that compare to a voyage to Pattaya for the single man. A PUA will have no problems scoring with top-quality women. Thailand is often called the Land of a Million Smiles. I guess it’s hard not to smile when so many thin and feminine women are available to any almost any charming farang who takes the time to get to know them.

Other than the top-notch nightlife, there are many interesting ways to spend your day in and around Pattaya. My top five would be:

  • Getting wet at Ramanaya Water Park
  • Touring The Big Buddha at Big Buddha Mountain
  • Visiting The Temple of Truth
  • Taking a boat trip to Koh Larn
  • Visiting either Nong Nooch Tropical Gardens or Sriracha Tiger Zoo
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Taut Thai women make American land whales look sick by comparison

Beaches are okay on the mainland, but if you take the boat trip to Koh Larn you’ll find much better looking water and scenery.

If you’ve never had Asian food in Asia, you’re really missing out. The ersatz food that passes for “Asian” food back in the States can’t hold a candle to the culinary delights that cost $5 for a meal here, versus $30 or more at the craptastic American chains like P.F. Chang. One of the best things about Pattaya is the fact there are also many excellent Indian restaurants (Taste of India is highly recommended by Rel) and many excellent Turkish Kebab houses.

I can also recommend Thai barbecue. It’s a real treat. Most Thai barbecue places are all you can eat. The best part is your new Thai girlfriend will cook the barbecue for you (and likely feed it to you) at the table. That’s an experience that’s hard to forget for men who regularly have to slop the American hogs on dinnerviews back home.

This place would be a fatty’s dream. (Incidentally, speaking of fatties have you read my article detailing the hilarities I saw on Walking Street?)

Another must see is the Turkish Ice Cream guy on Walking Street, who has been featured on World’s Most Amazing videos because of all the tricks he performs as he serves ice cream. The Snowcap Bingsoo Korean Dessert Cafe is also a worthwhile stop.

As alluded to above, beers are dirt cheap. Chang, Singha and Tiger beers are the staples, but there are many bars that carry Heineken and a couple of other Eurocentric brands. Thankfully, there’s no Budweiser in sight. The Singapore Sling cocktail is also worth a try. Quality of ingredients in this cocktail varies from bar to bar, but The Windy Inn on Walking Street makes top notch Slings.

Hotels range in price, but I normally stay in quality guest houses that cost me around $15 a night. I’ve always had excellent service at guest houses in Pattaya with clean rooms, good air conditioning, and comfortable beds.

Scooters rent for around $10 a day, but the police like to give tourists a hard time when they’re driving around town. I personally got pulled over and had my license yanked out of my hand on the spot. What was my license yanked for? Not having some bullshit AAA International Driving Permit. What a crock. That was the one dark moment in what was otherwise a very sunny trip. I had to go pay a 400 baht bullshit fine to get my CDL back. That’s less than $15, but it seems to me the police could work out a deal with the guys renting these scooters.

At just over an hour south of Bangkok’s Suvarnabhumi Airport, a trek to this tropical paradise is a must for every TNMM reader. I would recommend a bare minimum of 2 weeks here to even begin to take in all the city has to offer. Best option would be to spend a full 30 days here, budgeting $50 a day for entertainment and food. Want personalized travel advice from Rel? It’s available through the RF Life Coaching Service.

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I Love It When a Plan Comes Together: Trump’s Ambush of MSNBC

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Trump’s ambush of MSNBC was brilliantly executed, Col. Hannibal Smith would love it

It seems Team Trump is using the same sort of playbook TNMM recently suggested to combat the vicious hyenas in the mainstream media: Turn THEM into the story.

An “exclusive” on Trump’s tax returns was touted by the poorly rated MSNBC channel as a hit piece gold mine, and Rachel Madcow was going to levy the first blow in what was sure to be a huge scandal. Of course, the scoop turned the sexually ambiguous Madcow into a dupe as it severely backfired on the talking heads at More Snotty Nonsense By Chicks.

What did Madcow’s exclusive reveal? That Donald Trump paid more than $38 million in income taxes, a higher rate than Lord and Master of the Universe Obama, the Commie Bernie Sanders (who incidentally is getting a lot of blowback for buying his THIRD house, ah, those demagogues) and even MSNBC itself.

There are rumors the recent “tax return” fiasco that blew up in Rachel Madcow’s face was a setup by Trump. The Telegraph reported:

So what gives? Who decided to mail Mr. Trump’s 1040 form to David Cay Johnston, the Pulitzer-prize winning investigative reporter who claimed the scoop. He had his own theory.

“Donald is a guy capable of leaking stuff about himself if he believes it’s in his own interests,” is how he put it.

Even more delicious, it was revealed in alternative media that no fewer than 9 MSNBC personalities have had tax liens levied against them, including Mr. Noballs, Chris “Hardball” Matthews and the dishonorable “Reverend” Al Sharpton. It’s yet another case of the pot calling the kettle black when it comes to holier than thou “journalists.”

The tax return setup is only one volley in what are sure to be many more lobbed at the mainstream media, as its truly open season on their asses. They’ve been terrorizing the masses with hit pieces and setup journalism for decades, but now with the Internet we can do the same to them. And a savvy Donald Trump looks to have declared all out war on them, as their reputation is sinking faster than bowling ball in a bathtub.

Shining a light on the misdeeds of the talking heads is like shining a bright light into a room filled with rats, watch them all squeak and scurry away. It won’t be long before the people who love dirty laundry have their own dirty laundry aired out.

It’s a good time to be alive, if nothing else to witness the downfall of the spinmeisters.

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Eye Candy of the Week | March 19, 2017

Asia and the South Pacific are filled with hard bodies like her, who love the Western men their own women despise. All the more reason to take a chance and hop on a plane. Enjoy our Eye Candy of the Week for March 19, 2017.

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