Monthly Archives: June 2016

The Return to Warsaw

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After three years, I returned to Warsaw in order to re-live some of the moments which triggered my escape from the West. Knowing well inside that it’s very hard to re-experience the joy of an initial experience, I was ready for a more downbeat affair this time round.

I started my trip by catching up with friends I made from 2013 when I first arrived, some of which I’ve met up with in various parts of Eastern Europe and Asia since then. It was a nice re-union with people whom share the same beliefs and progressing through life in an ambitious manner.

After our re-union, I ventured out to the nightlife in order to explore what the city had become.

Despite it being still an improvement from Australia, I was disappointed as expected. The attitudes of the women were far worse from 2013, the career-carousell lifestyle had infected the women of Warsaw and it was obvious that many men had moved to Poland in order to satisfy their thirst for easier, more feminine women.  These factors culminate in a far less enriching experience this time round from what I had experienced last time I was in Warsaw.
I still managed to pull in my first night here, however the efforts I went to were probably border-lining my limits.

The most saddening part of my trip came on the last night. I went to a venue where I visited back in 2013, and sat in corner where I made most of my approaches and had the bulk of my success from last time round. As I sat, I noticed a girl, the same girl from 2013, she dressed well, hair long and stylish, but as I approached her, I couldn’t believe what I saws. The wrinkles appearing on her face, around her eyes and mouth were definitely excessive for the three years of time that had passed. She was undoubtedly the hottest girl in the club back in 2013, now she was a nobody, forcing herself to smile and seem accepted.

All I could think of was “what a horrible waste.” This girl partied away her beauty and is now bound to settle for something far worse than what she could have gotten earlier. She traded in her most valuable asset for meaningless “Fun” and male attention.

It’s a well known saying that “Women age like milk and men age like wine” but I haven’t even brought up the fact that these aged women have higher standards, higher expectations after experiencing the highest quality men in their peak physical years they feel as if they can’t go backwards. However, the burden of disappointment from being pumped and dumped so many times, factors that surely make them less feminine and pleasing leave them to be nothing more than than a fuck buddy, a mere container for a mans sexual pleasure.

They deserve what they get, life isn’t fair.

20 Things Deeply Wrong With Australia

Some of you readers might think I am bitter about Australia, and my views reflects more on me than the actual reality of the location. However, recently I came across an article which basically regurgitates my views completely which further validates my notion of it being a location that is bitter poison to men in their prime and must be avoided.

 

We’ve talked before about the many reasons how Australia is degenerating into a SJW paradise. Let’s review 20 of them.

1. An absolutely repulsive media landscape

…which routinely resorts to subterfuge or outright lies in order to advance the feminist and progressive agenda, dominating the national discourse. Fact checking and truth reporting are either complete afterthoughts or are non-existent altogether.

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People like Roosh can post article after article after article confirming that he is neither a “men’s rights activist,” nor advocates rape on private property (it was a thought experiment), and the Australian media genuinely won’t care.

Q: “Why do you want to legalize rape?”

I don’t. Legalizing rape is a notion so insanely absurd I never imagined that people would take it 100% seriously, including politicians. I don’t believe any form of physical violence against men or women should be legalized. I’ve said that “How To Stop Rape” was a satirical thought experiment so many times that it’s clear to me current misinterpretation of it by the media is deliberate. – Roosh V

Lies, damn lies, and emotional manipulation

2. Anti white male bi

The feminist Australian media will quickly resort to witch-hunting of white male public figures within their own country, if they dare to not march lockstep with the social justice narrative.

Using the expected straw man and appeal to emotion fallacies, the media lambasted the conservative Australian senator Cory Bernardi for re-tweeting an intellectually insightful article from Roosh, which was laughably deemed both irresponsible and “dangerous“.

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If you speak up for common sense in Australia, you will be shunned

3. Regulation

Australia is one of the most over-regulated countries in the world, which makes the cost of starting and running a business enterprise, and ultimately the goods and services they provide, astronomically high.

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what….a….friggin…..HEADACHE

4. False egalitarian pride

Australia takes a false sense of egalitarian pride in the “high” minimum wage of slightly over $17 AUD per hour ($12.75 US at 75 cent exchange rate). This is despite the fact that sticker prices of goods and services are often more than twice that of the equivalent product in the United States.

That $4.97 whole chicken at a U.S. Sam’s Club will be in the vicinity of $15 in Australia, and that 99 cent candy bar in the U.S. will be $2.50 or more in Australia. A pint of beer at the local pub can be more than $10. So what difference does it make?

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This maybe still gets you a pint down at the local pub

5. Backpackers

Australia has a peculiar habit of sending swarms of its most boorish and aggressive young men on lengthy backpacking trips across southeast Asia, Latin America, and Europe every year.

These traits are often greatly at odds with the personalities of most other backpacker nationalities, who are often far more mellow, respectful, and inclusive of people from different cliques. If a fight ever breaks out at a popular backpacker bar, or somebody is ejected from a hostel for belligerent behavior, chances are it was probably an Australian. The “Ugly American” stereotype honestly needs to be handed over to these guys.

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ye wanna fight ya cunt!?

6. Melbourne sucks

Melbourne is laughably lauded as the “world’s most livable city” when in fact it’s anything but. With one of the world’s most wildly overpriced property and housing markets, $500,000 may not even get you a simple bungalow with a sand-box sized yard in a neighborhood which may be many kilometers away from the CBD or a beach.

The unspectacular weather, bland beaches, rip-off restaurants, snobby women, and rampant social justice environment means that men with financial resilience and the means to escape should go somewhere abroad which is “less livable” (more livable).

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Melbourne. It appears nice but…

7. Kindness is punished

Australia boasts kindness-is-mistaken-for-weakness “dating” culture where men, whether local or foreign, who behave rationally, calmly, and with good manners may be unduly punished into an almost sexless existence in their youth.

Australian women like to sleep with obnoxious and aloof bad boys while in their late teenage and 20-something prime at a rate which is even noticeably higher than their North American counterparts.

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With few exceptions, we’ll only sleep with aloof jerks while we’re under 27!

8. The personalities of the women

Australian women are often rude, snobby, condescending, dismissive, feminist, degenerate, career obsessed, and travel obsessed to the point of completely forgoing family formation in huge numbers.

Women who have backpacked extensively around the world in their 20’s often have notch counts beyond the half century mark and are highly unlikely to be able to pair bond well with a single man who could be husband and father material.

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The unmarried and childless former Prime Minister of ‘Straya

9. The men won’t reproduce with the women

Australian men, tired of both the poor quality of local women, their sky-high expectations, and sensing that a marriage with them would be doomed from the start, are among the world’s highest takers of foreign-born brides per capita in the world.

Brazilian, Colombian, Polish, Russian, Japanese, Vietnamese, or Filipina ladies often blow Australian women completely out of the water in regards to their looks, attitudes, femininity, and overall positive relationship qualities.

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What’s on offer in 2010’s ‘Straya

10. The terrain

It’s not the fault of human beings, but a few hidden gems aside, interior Australia is a barren and unattractive place where the natural beauty simply cannot compare to the national park systems of the U.S., Canada, central Europe, or neighboring New Zealand.

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Fancy spending $1,000 or more on return flights, road transportation, accommodation, and heavily price-inflated food in order to see a big rock?

 

11. Lack of proper search and seizure laws

Lack of a similar equivalent to the U.S. 4th amendment (the right of the people to be secure against unreasonable searches and seizures without probable cause that a crime has been committed) means that Australian drivers are regularly subjected to state encroachment and police harassment.

Guilty-until-proven-innocent breathalyzer checkpoints and shanking operations to fine drivers for slightly expired registrations or warrant-of-fitness stickers are the norm.

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Americans can be proud they do not have to be subjected to this

12. Even the cops are degenerates

Australia has a degenerate-friendly police force where butt ugly and visible tattoos are no barrier to being hired. This sets an extremely poor example to young people and creates an outright unprofessional appearance for one of the world’s highest paid law enforcement entities.

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Another day, another no-refusal breathalyzer checkpoint by a scumbag Aussie cop

13. Weathered-looking women

Incessant sun exposure creates arguably the most prematurely aged looking population of all Western nations, especially in the state of Queensland.

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14. Anti-American sentiment

Many Australians tend to have a very ambivalent attitude towards American tourists (minus attractive young females), and will casually refer to all of them by the irritating term “Yanks”, even if they are from the Deep South (translation: not yankees).

So what do Australians get for all this tepid treatment and cultural ignorance when they come to the US? Routinely being treated like rock stars everywhere they go, all the while completely stiffing U.S. service workers who rely almost entirely on tips to supplement their starvation wages.

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The poor attitude far too many Aussies take in the U.S.

15. Promotion of homosexuality

Flamboyant homosexuals and transgenders are openly embraced and “celebrated” at the Sydney Mardi Gras, in full public view of children who don’t yet understand the nature of human sex and what is supposed to be common and decent.

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16. Immunity for women in the corporate environment

Australia is a nation where disrespectful and unprofessional women can make snide, embarrassing, and humiliating remarks to male coworkers on a television newscastand suffer no serious consequences from HR, feminists, or social justice warriors.

17. Suffocating diversity quotas

Over-the-top diversity laws and entirely pro-female human resource departments are making office environments increasingly hostile places for white Australian men to work. Male office workers are increasingly finding out they have to be careful with everythingthey say and do, or else face the wrath of HR.

18. Pedestalization of women

Australia is a country where women’s interests and concerns are elevated to almost demigod status, while men’s problems are routinely brushed aside as non-issues. The large numbers of homeless men in the capital cities can just crawl into a gutter and die for all they care.

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Melbourne – The world’s most livable city (for women)

19. Hatred for heterosexual males

Shaming a specific gender in public is completely acceptable. That is, only if the ridicule and scorn is directed against “cisgender” males.

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Melbourne looks like such a great place for men doesn’t it? 🙂

20. Rampant cultural Marxism

It’s not just subtle like it is in many other countries, it’s literally in your face. This picture was captured outside Melbourne’s Etihad Stadium in August 2014, where the advertisements are insinuating that multicultural “programs” will build better neighborhoods (because nearly all-white Australian neighborhoods are such horrendous places to live), and that these de-whitened neighborhoods should of course be “celebrated”.

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When you consider these points, Australia no longer seems like such a desirable place to travel or live. At least, not if you’re a masculine man.

 

Source

 

Looks like word of the hell for men called Australia is getting out internationally.

 

Romanian Rampage: Bucharest

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I was in Romania on a spontaneous trip to meet up with some long-lost friends in Europe whom I have been meaning to catch up with for a long time now. This trip took place in May, after my trip to Thailand.

I spent a total of three weeks in Romania, mainly staying in Bucharest during my trip.

Romania has a unique look to it, old school in some sense but a little different to the rest of Europe. people are a bit more tanned and have darker hair and features, people are social and enjoy spending time outdoors. It wasn’t expensive in Romania, and the quality of girls was decent also. People care what others think about them in Romania, especially girls. Feminism hasn’t destroyed the culture like other parts of the world.

The city of Bucharest itself is relatively compact and of a medium size compared to the larger cities back in Australia. The city is divided into six sectors and possesses a nice variety of old school buildings and cafes.

The nightlife venues I visited were filled with cigarette smoke and people in large groups. It’s better to go out with a group at night or else feel like you’re simply a little out of place. As mentioned previously, the culture leads to people caring what their friends and others think of them. So be careful when approaching groups.

I met some digital nomads living in Bucharest whom worked on their online hustles and slayed the easier-average girls at will. That’s the thing in Romania, anything under a 5 takes little to no work as a foreigner. If you’re a thirsty notch hunter, then this place is fine for you. Once you work your way up to the true quality then you’ll have to work and you’re foreign status will almost count for nothing.

Overall, the purpose of my trip was to re-unite with long-time friends and therefore it was a decent place to hang and relax for a few weeks while getting a few projects completed, however if you’re looking for a nice touristy place to visit in Europe, then probably give Romania a pass.