Memes: Picard on Women, and Mid-Life Crises

The importance of memes is something I’m gearing up to write a lot about in a more structured way soon, but I’m just going to hang these two thoughts up on the internet while they’re fresh in my mind.

First, the more dangerous an idea is to the Cathedral, the more omni-present and unquestioned the memes suppressing it will be, and vice-versa.  Gender-psychology truths coming to light without being “re-touched” would be very dangerous, hence the meme that they are incomprehensible, even to icons we consider to be very intelligent:




Second, only in a culture so thoroughly controlled by the feminist hive-mind could we refer to that time in life when a man…

1) eclipses his wife in Marriage Market Value, and

2) has the time and money to pursue long-delayed interests

…as a “mid-life crisis.”  

To quote Willy Wonka, “But Charlie, don’t forget what happened to the boy who suddenly got everything he always wanted.”

Charlie: “What happened?”

Wonka: “He lived happily ever after.”


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