The zenith of the Byzantine Empire was in the middle of the 6th century during the reign of the great Emperor Justinian (527-565). The internal consolidation of the state was his first order of business and from that, his agenda could be launched. Justinian’s focus was to restore the Roman Empire in the west, that had been in a state of anarchy for several centuries. He wanted to strengthen domestic law, and sought to make Byzantium the successor of Rome as it had been meant to be, and in the process, ruling all Europe and a unified Christendom.
One of the truths of the Redpill is the simple fact that the “nice guy” or a Beta will get the girl by virtue of this very fact. In a way, the Beta mind is a threat since, after a certain amount of time being nice, he then expects – or thinks he’s owed – attention from women. Even more, that this man loses in the romantic world because he seeks attention and approval. That a man will require the approval of a woman makes him look weak.
America is a matriarchy. The privileges that women, especially attractive women, possess today are unique in world history. One of the hundreds of proofs of this fact is the very existence of the Violence Against Women Act of 1994, or VAWA. It is the utter zenith of the feminist movement. As might be expected, it was achieved through rank dishonesty and fraud. It is Title IV, sec. 40001-40703 of the “Violent Crime Control and Law Enforcement Act.” This means it was part of a much larger bill and thus was never debated as a separate law. Also, given that the law is over 2000 pages, no politician read it. The law itself is highly technical and is not readily understandable by most citizens. Making matters worse, the Senate Judiciary Committee hearings forbade any anti-VAWA witness to speak. Politicians had no idea what they were voting on and the available information was tightly controlled.
It is nothing short of the paramount consummation of female rule in America.
“For lack of a better creed, and presumably disappointed by the utter failure of their country’s short-lived and scattered Socialist and hippie experiments in the recent past, waves of American intellectuals, educators, and publicists presently seem to have found sanctuary in the “rebel” construction of [the] late French, postmodernist school. From philosophy to literary criticism, […]