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    Hi folks,

    Here are some great books/writings to read to pass the time, or just gain more insight into many of the topics we discuss here, without further ado:



    If Men Have All the Power How Come Women Make the Rules: and other radical thoughts for men who want more fairness from women - by Jack Kammer

    If men have all the power how come women make the rules-Jack Kammer.pdf

    Description: A brief, fun, easy-to-read, pithy, wry and witty book. One man called it sheer, brilliant, life-changing insight. Some women, too, have said it's right on target. If you think or feel that something is not quite right about the idea that men have all the power, you are not alone. This book will help you deal with the balance of power between the sexes in a smarter, happier, healthier way.





    The Manipulated Man - by Esther Vilar

    the_manipulated_man.pdf

    Description: Esther Vilar's classic polemic about the relationship between the sexes caused a sensation on its first publication. Her perceptive, thought-provoking and often very funny look at the battle between the sexes has earned her severe criticism and even death threats.But Vilar's intention is not misogynous: she maintains that only if women and men look at their place in society with honesty, will there be any hope for change.

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    The Book of Zed the Zen Priest - by Zed

    book of zed the zen priest.pdf

    Description: (Jagrmeister adding his description here) Zed is a super-smart guy. He was a top contributor on MGTOW Forums and has been active in the men's movement for decades. His insights are compelling, analytical, and well said. This is one that I plan to dive into. I've often come up with some "insight" only to find that Zed has conceived it already and said it better.




    Sex-Ploytation (How Women Use Their Bodies To Extort Money From Men) - by Matthew Fitzgerald

    Sex-Ploytation - How Women Abuse Men Using Their Sexuality.pdf

    Description: This is a book about male-female relationships that deals with contemperary female duplicity in our modern society and refutes the false feminist propaganda about equal rights. The text takes off where The Manipulted Man by Esther Vilar left off 27 years ago when it was first published and points out How Women Use Their Bodies To Extort Money From Men.

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    The Predatory Female: A Field Guide to Dating and the Marriage-Divorce Industry - by Lawrence Shannon

    Lawrence Shannon - The Predatory Female - A Field Guide To Dating And The Marriage-Divorce Indus.pdf

    Description: This book will make you wonder how Americans ever wound up with a divorce court system that openly discriminates against men, when America has such a plethora of politicians who claim to support family values. This book should be required reading for every politician, lawyer and judge in the country because it clearly illustrates that a dent will not be made in America's high divorce rate until both litigants in a divorce proceeding are treated fairly and as equals. The author uses humorous anecdotes and metaphors to make his points, and some women may find these abrasive, but only those who use its techniques should be truly offended.

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    And yet more (from Return Of Kings)

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    A few more of writings by Devlin, and some historic quotes and stories on all that is woman;

    Rotating Polyandry - and its enforcers.pdf

    sexualutopia.pdf

    woman.pdf

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    Interesting reading. An excerpt from The Predatory Female - A Field Guide To Dating And The Marriage-Divorce Industry:

    Q. What is the matriarchal system?

    A. Like open range to a wolf, it is the operating
    medium of the predatory female. It is the
    unspoken mass thought process that supports
    her activities. Through the incontestable voting
    power of superior numbers of women, it
    controls politics, the media, and the church.
    Firmly entrenched, the matriarchal system is
    apple pie, motherhood, and the marriagedivorce
    industry. Nearly every citizen, like it
    or not, nourishes it. With a supporting cast of
    thousands including lawyers, doctors, clergy,
    and politicians, its influence reaches all phases
    of American life as it forever perpetuates the
    power of the predatory female. But even with
    the overwhelming voting power of females
    and their subsequent control of governmental
    functions, the matriarchal system could never
    operate efficiently without the hordes of male
    drones it has created. These men, preconditioned
    by their mothers and suffering from a
    self-imposed order of chivalry, consistently
    front for the system and its predatory female
    masters.

    Q. An example?

    A. The male dominated Supreme Court recently
    refused to allow the conscription of
    women into the armed services. The courts,
    fronted by male drones, are overjoyed at the
    prospect of helping a predatory female collect
    her alimony. But when it comes to the dirty
    work of protecting the very system fostering
    this alimony, they turn to the vast reserve of
    perpetual victims: the befuddled males.

    Q. How could this system ever get started?

    A. Prior to the turn of the century, the foundation
    was already in place with the popular
    pastime of glorifying and deifying the female.
    But shortly after 1900, when women were
    emancipated by a quaking and groveling male
    population, the female block took a subtle
    and permanent stranglehold on the legal
    process. Historically, a strong matriarchal
    system is always present in a morally declining
    society. Moreover, the higher standard of living
    a nation enjoys, the more likely it is to
    have an entrenched matriarchal system.

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    Re: Books and writings for you to enhance your MGTOW knowledge

    I'd like to invite anyone who's read these books to add a description or review of these books - for the benefit of membership. We all have limited time- so a description or even choice excerpts would be very helpful.

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    If Men have All the Power why do Women make all the Rules by Jack Kammer

    Jack Kammer has done one of the hardest of all tasks--writing a book that is such a smooth read and so enjoyable that it provokes the reaction, "Anyone could do that." Well, anyone couldn't do it, but fortunately one man could and did. Kammer, author of the excellent 1994 work Good Will Toward Men, could not find a publishing house willing to accept this book. Surely there is no work of comparable quality, accessibility, and substance in any other field whatsoever that would not be able to find publication. Kammer therefore took matters into his own hands, issuing the work in an attractive format through the Ruly Mob website.

    If Men Have All the Power combines humor, a broad range of quotations, and a number of unique insights with a highly accessible format. Kammer's book scatters 122 numbered thought-provoking statements and anecdotes throughout its pages, judiciously interspersing selected excerpts from authors on both sides of men's rights and a number of original pieces by Kammer himself.

    I enjoyed Kammer's question in item number 21 asking: "Young men are subject to the military draft in case of national military emergencies. Why aren't young women being drafted now to alleviate the day care crisis? Is one idea sexist and the other not?" For item 24, the author comes up with a delightful metaphor: "Women's power is the opposite of monumental. It's like wall-to-wall carpeting, or a snowfall, everywhere and unavoidable, not concentrated into a few narrow, vertical monuments, like men's." This has the added attraction of summarizing Kammer's point to his class as a new seventh-grade teacher in 1974. The new teacher showed his class that while boys' and girls' misbehavior patterns are different, their total "badness" is about the same. Boys tend to misbehave dramatically in short bursts, while girls more typically do "little" things like whispering or giggling, but for a much longer period of time. Kammer reports, "Naturally enough the boys were happy with this enlightened standard of justice and discipline. But to my delight, the girls, too, liked the fact that somebody had called them on their game."

    Calling feminists on their game is a specialty of Jack Kammer's. In item number 97 he proposes the following deal: "We'll make sure that women are equally represented in corporate boardrooms when they make sure we are equally represented among employees who take family leave." In item number 99, the author notes," It is widely reported that men's standard of living goes up after divorce. But did any financial advisor ever tell you to get married, raise kids and then have your wife divorce you so your standard of living would go up?" Kammer proposes that instead we "focus on the Standard of Loving, a measure of the affection, caring and closeness that one feels with one's children' it clearly plummets for most fathers after divorce." Particularly fascinating is the long list of items considered at one time to be effeminate that Kammer builds into a story about a football player. (Examples of historical symbols of a supposed lack of masculinity: a forward pass in football, wearing a football helmet, smoking cigarettes, wearing a wristwatch, using gloves, using an umbrella, undoing the top buttons on one's shirt, using hot water, using soap, wearing clean underwear.)

    Word-for-word, Jack Kammer has created one of the most accessible, quickest-reading, enjoyable and comprehensive surveys of the men's movement ever written. If Men Have All the Power would also make an excellent introduction to the issues for an intelligent, busy newcomer to our movement. I already referred my own brother to it!
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    Manipulated Man

    This is one of the most enlightening books I've ever read. Esther Vilar is one of the few women who dare to criticize their own sex and the way feminism is going. But she makes clear that she *does* want women to be emancipated - as long as they are willing to accept responsibilities the way men do. Vilar is able to explain why discrimination against women in the professional world is women's own fault: the pay cheque of a man who is prepared to support his wife for years is more valuable and necessary than the pay cheque of a woman who won't support a man and who insists on a money-earning husband.

    Quote: "The 'woman with a family' - the woman who supports a healthy man and his children all her life - is practically unknown in the professional world. Who should be held responsible for this situation: employer or woman?" (to be found in the last but one chapter, the one about Women's Lib)

    It may seem impolite when I say it, but it's a plain fact that most women only marry men who want to earn money and that women - at the same time - have the nerve to say that no man wants to stay at home anyway...

    It's also a plain fact that Esther Vilar has been the victim of censorship (however "unofficial" censorship it may be): in the most important Western country, the U.S., The Manipulated Man has been removed from many libraries, most of her other work is not even sold in English. TV stations, magazines and papers in most Western countries constantly ignore everything Esther Vilar writes and says. Coincidence? Besides, there are many people on the Internet who claim that they've read her books, but deliberately tell lies about her books: e.g. they say that Vilar is old-fashioned and that she wants women to stay at home - a simple lie. Some anonymous people even insult Vilar's fans, using offensive words - the main characteristic of those haters is their unability to discuss the real *contents* of Vilar's books and to give reasons for their opinions...

    ...and so I really wonder how much time will pass until everyone finally realizes that *both* men and women can benefit from this book. I like the text on the back of the cover which says: "[...] But Vilar's intention is not misogynous. She maintains that only if men and women look at their place in society with honesty, will there be any hope for change."
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    Sexploytation

    I have read all 72 reviews of this book. What Fitzgerald wrote about women is generally true and applies to MOST of the women MOST of the time. If you are a woman whom this material does not apply to and you're one of the few exceptions it still does not disprove what Fitzgerald wrote is GENERALLY true-the exception to the rule simply proves the rule is true. This book should be required reading for every twelve and thirteen-year-old boy (before their hormones fully take control and become blinded by their want for sex at any cost) they should have their fathers, uncles and or older brothers go over the material with them and help them fathom the expedient and subversive nature of woman before it is too late.

    Every young man should read this book, if only to rip the rose-colored glasses from his eyes and help him see women more realistically. If you're a man over 30 you won't find anything in this book that life experiences with women haven't taught you the hard way. And I commend the handful of women who reviewed this book and were actually brave enough to admit the truth to themselves and to the world that what Fitzgerald wrote is generally true. I had always wondered why my mother never told me about the nature of woman and what goes on inside her head when selecting a mate and after reading this book I now know why. And you ladies can malign Fitzgerald's jejune writing style all you like I don't believe his ambition was to win the Pulitzer Prize when he sat down to write this book as he stated in the introduction on pg ix, "This is an incendiary book."


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    Predatory Female

    "The Predatory Female" is nothing less than the all-time treatise on the subject of male exploitation by some [ok, most] females, and their host society. This hard-hitting yet uproariously funny book is so loaded with succinct, experience-based facts, that every man who has experience with women will see many or all of his ex-girlfriends and ex-wives within its pages. Only this time, those women will be revealed for what
    they REALLY are. It may make you angry, it will always make you laugh, but it will SURELY make you agree! And you will be better prepared for the next encounter.It is ironic that predatory females who read the book expose their own predation with remarks such as "No REAL man would ever agree with this," "Only little boys [or mama's boys] feel that way," etc. This is predictable, and a positive identification of a predatory female who attempts to control men via their egos [see: page 11, "Unhampered By Ego"].

    The fact is that all righteous women should be grateful for Shannon's book, as it provides men with a means to distinguish between decent women and predatory ones -- the good ones will only appear better by contrast. Now ask yourself...What kind of woman would object to that? A truly good-natured woman can only win when a man reads it.

    By the way, men who sharply disagree with this work are readily accounted for on page 25, in the last sentence under the section titled "The Volcano."
    In any case READ this book, even if you have to pay 10 times the cover price. It is still a lot less expensive than a divorce from a predatory female!! :-)

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    Part of the human nature is to exploit the opportunities which are offered to him on a daily basis 24/7 and in most cases its his personal benefit that trumps over the bigger picture and well being of mankind and society.
    That being sad lets think about it...if tomorrow women would be stripped of all their unequal and unrightful rights towards men, and true equality was applied, what would happen?
    So whos to blame here? The one giving the benefits (daddy "state") or the one exploiting them?

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    I have another book to recommend:

    Taken Into Custody: the War Against Fathers, Marriage, and the Family by Stephen Baskerville

    Mr. Baskerville introduces the book himself here. This book is an excellent and thorough discussion of the modern family court system - how it works, why it works, how it arose, why and how it is being ignored, who the victims and the winners are, and more. The author, with great courage, effectively destroys all myths, falsehoods, delusions and absurdities propagated by politicians and feminists. It is well-researched, at least where possible: Mr. Baskerville rightly notes that very little research is available on the subject, which is basically being hid from public view. Almost all important research information can be found here, as well as many quotes from intriguing columnists who have long realized the evil of the divorce industry. No anecdotal evidence is presented; journalistic pieces are used as to enhance the conclusions when data is lacking. This book is incredibly valuable and according to the author the first of its kind. It is well worth reading and giving to your friends and family to warn them for what's coming. These passages from the books' introduction suffice to introduce the author and his style:

    "Without the power to remove children from their parents -- and most often their fathers -- this industry cannot thrive, and these officials will have no business. And so it must declare that the parents are criminals and that the fathers have "abandoned" their children, even when this is plainly not true. Put simply, the first principle of the divorce industry, the basic premise without which it has no reason to exist, is the removal of the father from the family unit. ... Family Court today represents the most massive civil rights abuses and the most intrusive perversion of government power in our time. Not since the internment of Japanese-Americans during World War II have we seen mass incarcerations without trial, without charge, and without counsel, and what is happening today in on a much larger scale. Not since segregation have we seen the highest levels of government complying with the violation of the civil rights of vast numbers of American citizens. Never before have the president and vice president of the United States, along with cabinet figures and members of Congress from both parties, used their office as a platform to publicly demonize millions of private citizens who have no opportunity to reply in their own defense. And never before has the "health" secretary commanded a gendarmerie of almost 60.000 plainclothes agents, some of them armed, whose sole purpose is to oversee the family lives of citizens."

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    Anatomy of Female Power - Banned in US and Canada, now on GYOW.com

    Haven't started reading it yet because I have to cover other 3 books until 6th June, but here's the link to it for others:

    http://therawness.com/AFP.pdf
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    Re: Anatomy of Female Power - Banned in US and Canada, now on GYOW.com

    I think this would be a great addition to our books section in MGTOW 101 thanks VLazarusC!
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    Quote Originally Posted by livas View Post
    Part of the human nature is to exploit the opportunities which are offered to him on a daily basis 24/7 and in most cases its his personal benefit that trumps over the bigger picture and well being of mankind and society.
    It's an evolutionary fact. The human ape like any other animal seeks the greatest output for the smallest input. If one gender was given a free pass, then it would take a saint to not take advantage of it. Long-term consequences will be dealt by somebody else, so who cares.

    Animals respond to incentives, that's all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VLazarusC View Post
    Haven't started reading it yet because I have to cover other 3 books until 6th June, but here's the link to it for others:

    http://therawness.com/AFP.pdf

    I have read this book. IMO, the author is definitely a MGHOW and the book is an excellent GYOW book with very beautiful write up. I have posted some excerpts of the book in the following thread:

    http://www.goingyourownway.com/mgtow...ll-books-1573/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ancient Sunlight View Post
    I have another book to recommend:

    Taken Into Custody: the War Against Fathers, Marriage, and the Family by Stephen Baskerville

    Mr. Baskerville introduces the book himself here. This book is an excellent and thorough discussion of the modern family court system - how it works, why it works, how it arose, why and how it is being ignored, who the victims and the winners are, and more. The author, with great courage, effectively destroys all myths, falsehoods, delusions and absurdities propagated by politicians and feminists. It is well-researched, at least where possible: Mr. Baskerville rightly notes that very little research is available on the subject, which is basically being hid from public view. Almost all important research information can be found here, as well as many quotes from intriguing columnists who have long realized the evil of the divorce industry. No anecdotal evidence is presented; journalistic pieces are used as to enhance the conclusions when data is lacking. This book is incredibly valuable and according to the author the first of its kind. It is well worth reading and giving to your friends and family to warn them for what's coming. These passages from the books' introduction suffice to introduce the author and his style:
    "Without the power to remove children from their parents -- and most often their fathers -- this industry cannot thrive, and these officials will have no business. And so it must declare that the parents are criminals and that the fathers have "abandoned" their children, even when this is plainly not true. Put simply, the first principle of the divorce industry, the basic premise without which it has no reason to exist, is the removal of the father from the family unit. ... Family Court today represents the most massive civil rights abuses and the most intrusive perversion of government power in our time. Not since the internment of Japanese-Americans during World War II have we seen mass incarcerations without trial, without charge, and without counsel, and what is happening today in on a much larger scale. Not since segregation have we seen the highest levels of government complying with the violation of the civil rights of vast numbers of American citizens. Never before have the president and vice president of the United States, along with cabinet figures and members of Congress from both parties, used their office as a platform to publicly demonize millions of private citizens who have no opportunity to reply in their own defense. And never before has the "health" secretary commanded a gendarmerie of almost 60.000 plainclothes agents, some of them armed, whose sole purpose is to oversee the family lives of citizens."
    Here are 40 pages of excerpts from Baskerville's book: http://www.stephenbaskerville.net/de...Highlights.pdf

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    Old one.. but relevant..
    "Not Guilty: The case in defense of men", by David Thomas
    shows a number of things where men get the "raw deal"... (one example was that men were prime suspects in child sex-abuse cases almost 90% of the time in the late 80s.. but crime stats from that same period showed that over half of child sex-abuse was committed by women...)
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    Great resources. When looking back at all that has occurred throughout these years, we see the lie continues to progress, but the believability of it does now. The amount of people that are realizing, not just men, has reached an all new high. Women are becoming more desperate, hoping to stop the inevitable return of the pendulum. It is only a matter of time.
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    Re: Books and writings for you to enhance your MGTOW knowledge

    Quote Originally Posted by Uly View Post
    Great resources. When looking back at all that has occurred throughout these years, we see the lie continues to progress, but the believability of it does now. The amount of people that are realizing, not just men, has reached an all new high. Women are becoming more desperate, hoping to stop the inevitable return of the pendulum. It is only a matter of time.
    Every day I live single is another degree colder in the heart of some ruthless narcissistic gynocentric modern woman!

    Let the Ice Age go on forever as far as I'm concerned, I just don't care anymore, I'm indifferent...

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    Re: Books and writings for you to enhance your MGTOW knowledge

    My book recommendations red pill and MGTOW in a broad sense:

    1984 - George Orwell
    Animal Farm - George Orwell
    Road To Wigan Pier - George Orwell
    Brave New World -Aldous Huxley
    Everything you Need to Know But Have Never Been Told -David Icke
    Phantom Self - David Icke
    Spy Catcher - Peter Wright
    The Occult Origins of The European Union - Toyne Newton
    Your Thoughts are not your own - Neil Sanders
    Stalin's Englishman - Andrew Lownie
    Intercept - Gordon Carera
    The Outsider - Frederick Forsyth


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