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The Smooth Operator

I walked up the entrance, not sure if this was the right way into the towering building, signalled by the concierge, I gained some reassurance that it was. I got into the elevator and made sure everything was on point. Given this was an “invite only” event, I wanted to look my best.

After getting off on the top floor, I walked over the get my name card and sign in for the night. A friend of mine invited me to join this industry event which had a lot of unique figures from all around the globe.

I bumped into a few familiar faces, and we talked about the usual: latest vacations, latest slores we slammed, how life was going..

And then..

We just analysed the room, discussing who was really balling and who wasn’t.

You see, many of the heavy hitters in Asia, they have a lot of streams of income, many of these people aren’t flashy, nor are they the type to boast, but with their mannerisms and small details you can get the gist of them being very comfortable.

The ones that are boasting, and showing off, well they still have a huge chip on their shoulder that gives them the insecurity to feel the need to show their cards.

It’s almost like a beta herb trying to impress a girl, it just becomes a major turn off.

Anyhow, the clarity that comes with experience is something that just can’t be told and learnt, the act of living through it seems to be the best means to learn.

With some of the experiences that I’ve had over the past few years, I honestly feel like that they have opened my eyes up to certain things that I would never had ever through about 5 or so years ago.

Did they come at a price? You could say so, I had to make sacrifices in some areas to get ahead in others. But at the end of the day, I felt as if that at that point in time, that was the best most well thought out path to take.

I’ll be hitting the road soon, and I can’t wait to see what other ideas and experiences cross my path that could maybe even shape my path going forward.

 

Whoredom

Self-confessed sex addict, 30, who’s slept with 200 men and lost her virginity AGED 12 says she’s now celibate after becoming a mother

  • Laurie Jade Woodruff, 30, from Sheffield, used to sleep with six men a week
  • But birth of 18-month-old son Henry made her change her ways
  • Since attending Sex and Love Addicts anonymous meetings she has been celibate for four months 
  • A self-confessed sex addict who has slept with up to 200 men and lost her virginity aged 12 says becoming a mum has made her go celibate.

    Laurie Jade Woodruff, 30, used to sleep with up to six men a week but the birth of her 18-month-old son Henry made her change her ways and join a support group.

    Ms Woodruff, from Sheffield, told The Sun that since attending Sex and Love Addicts Anonymous meetings she has been celibate for four months.

    Laurie Jade Woodruff, 30, used to sleep with up to six men a week - many of whom she met through comments on her Instagram page - but the birth of her 18-month-old son Henry made her change her ways

    But the young single mother, who has since published a semi-autobiographical novel, Diary Of A Sex Addict, did not have an easy path to her present chastity.

    She said that she has slept with so many men, between 100 and 200, that she has lost count of her number of conquests.

    Her loss of her virginity as a 12-year-old was just the start of an obsession that took over her life.

    She admitted that the underage sex was ‘wrong’ and that her desires extended to both sexes.

    One one occasion, when in her 20s, Ms Woodruff had sex with six men at once at a Liverpool sex party while her ex watched.

    ‘I was sleeping with several men a week and didn’t even feel like it,’ she said.

    Ms Woodruff, from Sheffield, lost her virginity aged 12 and has slept with so many men, as many as 200, that she has lost count of her number of conquests. But since attending Sex and Love Addicts Anonymous meetings, she has been celibate for four months

    Ms Woodruff, from Sheffield, lost her virginity aged 12 and has slept with so many men, as many as 200, that she has lost count of her number of conquests. But since attending Sex and Love Addicts Anonymous meetings, she has been celibate for four months

    ‘I felt powerless to control my desires and would turn to sex to soothe me all the time,’ she added.

    Ms Woodruff would meet men for sex who had merely sent her compliments on Instagram, she did not need dating apps to find a partner, because they came to her.

    The author added that the ‘six big relationships’ that she has had have not lasted long because her partners could not handle her promiscuity.

    Ms Woodruff, who has since written a semi-autiobiographical novel, Diary Of A Sex Addict, used to meet men for sex after talking to them on Instagram and was unable to go two weeks without sex. One one occasion she had sex with six men at once at a Liverpool sex party

    Ms Woodruff, who has since written a semi-autiobiographical novel, Diary Of A Sex Addict, used to meet men for sex after talking to them on Instagram and was unable to go two weeks without sex. One one occasion she had sex with six men at once at a Liverpool sex party

    Ms Woodruff added that the 'six big relationships' that she has had have not lasted long because her partners could not handle her promiscuity

    Ms Woodruff added that the ‘six big relationships’ that she has had have not lasted long because her partners could not handle her promiscuity

    She and Henry’s dad, Ian, split up because of her addiction, she added.

    But Ms Woodruff only realised that she needed to get help when, rather than prioritising her son, she was too busy obsessing over sex and sleeping with controlling men.

    ‘To be dominated has always been my thing but I became a slave to this type of guy,’ she said.

    Ms Woodruff only realised that she needed to get help when, rather than prioritising her son, she was too busy obsessing over sex and sleeping with controlling men

    Ms Woodruff only realised that she needed to get help when, rather than prioritising her son, she was too busy obsessing over sex and sleeping with controlling men

    She was stalked twice by men who had got the wrong impression, and so, realising that she needed to prioritise her son, she took the self-diagnosis quiz on the Sex and Love Addicts Anonymous quiz.

    Regular meetings with other addicts came soon after, and Ms Woodruff signed up to their 12-step programme to cope with sex addiction.

    She said that, as well as having kept a diary throughout her struggle, it was through meeting other sex addicts that she had the idea for her novel.

    Many of the women she met had had similar problems to her on their path to addiction, including dysfunctional families and abusive relationships.

    They all felt a ‘burning shame’ when they wanted to turn to sex, Ms Woodruff added.

    There was a discrepancy between men being a ‘legend or a player’ if they were promiscuous and highly sexed women being judged harshly.

    Since attending regular Sex and Love Addicts Anonymous meetings, Ms Woodruff has met other women who felt similarly judged over their promiscuity, while men were regarded as 'legends and players' for similar behaviour, she said. Her aim now is is monogamy, but she added that she does not need to feel 'ashamed' any more for her 'highly sexual nature

    Ms Woodruff said it was a relief to meet women who felt similarly judged.

    She said that there is no need to feel ashamed any more and has now gone four months without sex, whereas she previously could not go two weeks without a fix.

    Monogamy is now the aim, the 30-year-old added, but she will always be ‘highly sexual’.

    Since attending regular Sex and Love Addicts Anonymous meetings, Ms Woodruff has met other women who felt similarly judged over their promiscuity, while men were regarded as ‘legends and players’ for similar behaviour, she said. Her aim now is is monogamy, but she added that she does not need to feel ‘ashamed’ any more for her ‘highly sexual nature

She took those randoms raw from Instagram, but you, you can take her out for 6 dates before you get your first kiss.

GloboHomo Initiative – UNSW

 

First it was companies, now its educational institutions.

White Hate

A reader sent in the following message today:

Query: Reminds me PERFECTLY of my time at Uni of Melb:

https://www.breitbart.com/tech/2019/02/09/yale-university-student-newspaper-im-watching-you-white-boy/

So much HATE for white men on campuses like UMelb.

An op-ed was published in Yale University’s student newspaper on Thursday, suggesting that students collect and store evidence on white male classmates, so that it can be used to ruin political careers in the future.

“I’m watching you, white boy,” says author Isis Davis-Marks in an op-ed published in the Yale Daily News, who claims that she will save any evidence that she finds of white male classmates behaving badly — even if it’s “unintentional” — just in case she needs it to end a political career in the future.

“Everyone knows a white boy with shiny brown hair and a saccharine smile that conceals his great ambitions,” explains Davis-Marks in her op-ed, claiming that one day, she will turn on CNN to see that the “white boy” has become a “white man” sitting at his “Senate confirmation hearing.”

 

“When I’m watching the white boy,” writes Davis-Marks, “I’ll remember a racist remark that he said, an unintentional utterance that he made when he had one drink too many at a frat party during sophomore year.”

“I’ll recall a message that he accidentally left open on a computer when he forgot to log out of iMessage, where he likened a woman’s body to a particularly large animal. I’ll kick myself for forgetting to screenshot the evidence.”

“And, when I’m watching him smile that smile,” adds the author, “I’ll think that I could have stopped it.”

As the op-ed continues, the Kavanaugh confirmation hearings are cited — which the Yale student mistakenly refers to as a “trial” — as an example for why collecting such evidence on white males could be useful in the future.

“Dick Cheney attended Yale,” the author reminds readers, “many of us will become extremely influential. Some of our peers will sit in war rooms with red buttons, capable of making life-or-death decisions in a split second.”

“What will the classmates who made those unintentional utterances, those subtle racist remarks, those assaults toward women, be doing on the eve of our 15th reunion?” ponders Davis-Marks, “Will they be high officials? CEOs of large companies? Presidents, even?”

The author continues by insisting that it is up to students to stop future confirmation hearings, claiming that Yale’s administration will not partake in such activity, due to Yale needing “rich — and notable — alumni to keep the school afloat.”

“We allow things to skate by,” writes Davis-Marks, “No questions are asked when our friends accept job offers from companies that manufacture weapons or contribute to gentrification in cities — Thirty years later, we kick ourselves when it’s too late.”

“I can’t let things slip by,” concludes the author, “I’m watching you, white boy. And this time, I’m taking the screenshot.”

Davis-Marks is not the only writer to have recently published an anti-white male piece in a student newspaper. On Thursday, a similar piece was published in the school newspaper for Dickinson College.

The op-ed, entitled”Should White Boys Still Be Allowed to Talk?,” in which the author concluded by stating “hell no,” claiming that males with names such as “Jake, Chad, or Alex” and are not qualified to share their opinions, and should, therefore, be silenced.

Also remember this post too.

1984

The year ended, a new year starts. A lot of things will continue to stay the same in the world of today. Some things will worsen. Is it presently 2019? or 1984?

In the last year, there was an increased focus on censoring thoughts, writings and content that went against the agenda of the left.

Platforms remove books that teach men the truth between male and female relations, yet the same platforms allow the sale of books with graphic rape-like sex scenes. YouTube will remove and ban channels for content that it gets complained against by hyper-sensitive SJWs and feminists, yet homosexual acts, ideologies and scenes are praised in order to fulfil the admiration towards LGBT causes. Corporations are providing rainbow-coloured items to give to their employees to “celebrate” degeneracy. Attention whores are jumping on bandwagons that stigmatise normal sexual relations as “rape”. Yet this is where we find ourselves in at this point in time.

The trust in the media from the people have hit an all-time low of late. It’s not much of a surprise especially when the worlds most powerful man regularly drops the term, “fake news“. Anything that goes against their agenda, is now considered “hate speech”. They are seeking ways to interview detractors, misquote them and twist their words into something that fits that negative narrative that they would like to bestow upon you.

Honestly, these days the best course of action is just to stay quiet. Thought crime hasn’t become a thing just yet.

Wastage

What would you consider a waste?

Putting yourself in a situation that you’ve never been before, and taking a chance? Going so far into the ocean that you’re forced to sink or swim and becoming more of a complete person because of it or.. staying in your comfort zone, and building your fortune for the future?

There’s no real correct answer, both have their merits, both have their pit falls. You could become more complete, yet lack the grounding financially to return to your comfort zone with a large amount of amassed treasures which you would’ve accumulated had you never left.

What do you value more? Time or money? If you value money, then you play it safe, if you value time. then you take risks when you’re young enough to do so, so in the event things don’t work out, you can always recover with time. You will probably get so comfortable amassing wealth and comfort at a young age that you’ll be reluctant to leave later on.

I came across this friend of mine in Europe on a brief trip I took there last week, it was interesting, we crossed paths a few years back when I was staying there, we are almost the same age and had a huge desire to explore, yet due to some circumstances beyond his control, he had to stay in his home city for an extended period of time. He took this set back as an opportunity to accumulate wealth in a comfortable environment that he was familiar with. He did very well, launched online companies, traded stocks successfully, and now owns properties, co-owns bars and is very well off.

We caught up at one of his establishments and reflected a little bit on the past few years. What was obvious to me was that he doesn’t regret making money but truly regrets not being able to freely roam the world without any baggage in his early 20s. He has a comfortable life now, but the burden he has now would make it impossible for him to enjoy the freedom that he could have had back a few years ago. He did end up being the most successful person he could be despite the curve ball life threw at him, and his dedication was inspiring.

Although, I feel as if I was lucky enough to balance out both of the desires of wealth and freedom, I can still come to respect the people that chose to lean more strongly on either one. However, doing neither and simply existing, that’s one thing I’d rather avoid.

What would you do differently?

I was on a long flight to Europe recently and thought if I rolled back 10 years of my life and what changes I would have made.

Ultimately, I would still do reasonably well regardless of which school I went to, because of my discipline and natural ability.

I would probably go to the same university, because it was the best that was available to me at the time.

I would get similar marks, and end up going into Finance.

It would also be likely that I’d start to grow out of the shell of what’s being fed to me by the media and general leftist culture in Australia.

I would slay sluts left and right as a means of stress release from a demanding lifestyle.  I would still use this knowledge to learn the real nature of women.

I would feel so frustrated and disconnected to the people, I would still happily leave.

I would still explore the world, find new income streams and invest wisely.

I would end up settling in places where I felt more aligned to the culture and people.

These things are unlikely to change, I can’t see myself cucking up to a culture and nation that allows itself to be sunk so heavily.

The ship would always sink, but I’d rather be at a distance watching, than be a victim as a passenger. 

University SJWs

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Extreme-leftist Social Justice Warriors (SJWs) continue to plague universities and indoctrinating their students with their flawed ideologies. It’s sad they have become so fragile that anything, literally anything that goes against their beliefs must be taken down or attacked.

Every week I get emails from men that give me examples of ridiculous SJWs, here’s one from a month or so ago:

I’m an Eastern Europe expat from Australia. I did my university studies in Melbourne as well as Sydney.

Were you aware of the fiasco at Sydney Uni last week with Bettina Arndt’s talk?

https://www.news.com.au/lifestyle/real-life/news-life/riot-squad-called-to-sydney-university-over-protests-to-sex-therapist-bettina-arndt/news-story/0698b147e38b44f2b13fc3766664385c

Now, I know you write a blog pertaining to the University of Melbourne, but the same hysteria affecting the mentally ill protesters at Sydney Uni affects a large contingent of the indoctrinated students, past and present, at/from your alma mater, too.

It would be great if your blog could cover this, as I know there was a similar incident at La Trobe of late.

I’m surprised we haven’t heard as much about Bettina Arndt from angry Melbourne Uni SJWs.

It’s sad that this myth of “rape crisis” cannot be discussed openly at all, SJWs will censor, ban or forcefully attack anyone that goes against their belief system.

If you live in a place where your freedom is being taken away, and you’re being institutionally oppressed, that’s a society you should leave behind.

The “Sexist” card

In the SJW/Feminist’s artillery are a number of weapons.
Beta herbs, false rape, victim card and also the following, the sexist card.

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Whenever a Feminist or an SJW does not want to take accountability for wrong doing, they pull out the sexist card.
“If I were a male this wouldn’t happen, you sexist bigot!”

As I said in this post:

Feminists, Libfucks, and leftists aren’t there to help you.

They aren’t there to make the world a better place.

They don’t give a fuck about what’s good for the world.

and they most importantly, don’t give a flying fuck about you.

They abide by these pseudo causes because it benefits them

They are the most corrupt, dishonest and self-centered receptacles in this universe. They will pull any available resource in order to benefit themselves whilst shaming their targets in the process.

Look for example, in this article:
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Universities have long been known to be feminist propaganda training grounds, which condition the next generation to adhere to the the dystopian views of Feminism

Feminism gives women a “Get out of jail-free” card where they are able to commit heinous acts such as falsely accuse men of rape and ruin their careers and livelihoods without any remorse, regret or consequences.

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A Study showed that 41% of rape allegations are fake, women have been told now that any sexual interaction where they feel regret or uncomfortable, AFTER the act took place is now considered “rape”. A woman can Single-handedly destroy the life of a man just because she felt cheap after opening her legs to him with consent the night before.

The push for Feminists and SJWs to basically make women untouchable in terms of the law continues to abide by the loose definition put out by Heartiste back in 2013

The goal of feminism is to remove all constraints on female sexuality while maximally restricting male sexuality.

Now it extends beyond just sexuality, men are now almost institutionally oppressed with an eventual view of becoming merely tax payers and sperm donors.

This is not just in law, we see famous sports people now pull out the “Sexism” card like Serena Williams recently did.

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Calling a tennis umpire a “liar” and “thief” isn’t going to help your cause, but in her view, because she’s a strong (literally), black, and empowered woman, she can totally disregard her violations and bring up “Sexism”as a means to totally distract her disrespectful behaviour and destroy her 20 year old opponents’ moment in the spotlight after winning her first grand slam.

Instead, she’ll be touted as a hero by SJW controlled media and feminists, and her poor behaviour will probably be overlooked which is unacceptable considering the history of poor on-count behaviour she has demonstrated over the course of her career.

It’s sad to see the Western World of today crumble so badly with causes that destroy traditional values, and attack the family unit. Inter-gender relations will worsen and more and more men will drop out of the mating market in total.

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