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    "It Takes a Village" Mentality

    "It takes a villiage"...you know that little adage that basically means the who community is responsible for the raising of a woman's child. I was curious as to how the members feel about this thought process. Do you guys agree with it?

    I have made this post today because someone at work is having a baby and they keep putting all of her information out there. What is the baby's status? How far along is she? There are people here that are giving a play-by-play as if I (or anyone else) should give a shit. This got me thinking about the "it takes a villiage" philiosophy. I absolutely reject that philosophy for a number of reasons.

    The first reason is that child has a father. The only one that needs a thourough walkthrough of the "ins and outs" of the womb-goblin's status is it's mother and father. Stop trying to make this a community project!

    The second reason is that this is similar to how the "big-daddy government" operates. They kick the father out of the house via welfare incentives and make the government that child's "father".

    The third and final reason is that I did not ask to have any participation in the raising of that child so please stop with this nonchalant, passive implication, that I should give any fucks about that child's upbringing. Stop trying to turn a simple biological function of shitting out a kid a goddamn "miracle" we should all marvel over.

    Well these are my thoughts on "it takes a village". I was curious what the other members think.
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    Re: "It Takes a Village" Mentality

    If it takes a village to grow a child it means that it should be the village to decide how to spend the money for his upbringing...mommy cant be the one asking for help and deciding the shape of such help at the same time.

    Btw fully agree about the "I dont give a fvck thing" wheter its social networks or people spamming their kids pictures on whatsapp groups...

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    Re: "It Takes a Village" Mentality

    The "village" has straw roofs and feminism is a fireworks show with failing mortars and exploding shells showering them in fire.

    Sorry Ladies, YOUR womb turds are not my RESPONSIBILITY.

    As far as the hive is concerned, they can call us Raid, wasp and hornet killer!
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    Re: "It Takes a Village" Mentality

    I do not doubt that extended family and grandparents can be hugely beneficial for a child. A community will be even better.

    But I get what you are hinting at - many women who are usueless use this "it takes a village" mentality.

    I mean raising a child is hard work but it's not rocket science, give them attention, feed them healthy food, make the home a safe a comfortable environment and do your best when they ask you questions or for advice.

    And don't lie to them.

    If you cannot manage that - then a sterilisation programme doesn't sound like a bad idea at all.
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    Re: "It Takes a Village" Mentality

    It DOES NOT take a village to raise a child.

    There was a guy I knew exactly at the time I was dealing with my first baby kid, and he had a large herd of kids. When asked how did he managed all the work he stated: "there are problems that stop being a problem."

    And that is the point. People MAKE problems by being super protective and behaving like kids are made of glass. There is a bunch of new bad ideas for parenting that are a lot of work.

    But the most important part of this issue is that MOTHERS no longer want to take care of kids. Women are biologically adapted to that specific task, thus they have resistance to prolonged low level stress, and actually enjoy the emotional roller-coaster of family life.
    Men are the oposite, they are adapted to short stress, with high intensity, life threatening consequences, thus spend a lot of energy and require a lot of time to recover. And they like peace and quiet...

    Who is more adapted to raising kids?

    So, it requires a village because NOBODY wants to take care of the kids, thus you need a lot of small effort participants...

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    Re: "It Takes a Village" Mentality

    I don't really care about my children, so I'm not sure why I should care about anyone else's kids.

    But I live in a culture where nobody cares or even pretends to care about people
    1) outside their bloodline
    2) they've never met
    3) aren't their nationality

    I always wondered why people donate money to charities supporting people in foreign countries ....... let them die!

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    Re: "It Takes a Village" Mentality

    Quote Originally Posted by Opaque View Post
    I mean raising a child is hard work but it's not rocket science,
    This is a lie spread by women to justify them not having to work, and sit around all day.
    As a single dad, I can definitively say raising kids is really easy.
    About the hardest part is delivering them to school in the morning, and collecting them after.
    If I'd chosen a house a bit closer to the school, I wouldn't even need to do that.

    Feeding, I just cook a bit more of what I was going to eat anyway.
    Clothes, everything gets thrown in the washing machine together.
    Entertainment, mine had learned to operate the TV/Xbox/computer by the age of three.

    The more you have, the easier it becomes as the older look after the younger, and they entertain each other.
    Sure, they need an adult to circle around, but you can do your own stuff most of the time.
    Where's the hard work?

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    Re: "It Takes a Village" Mentality

    Men are the oposite, they are adapted to short stress, with high intensity, life threatening consequences, thus spend a lot of energy and require a lot of time to recover. And they like peace and quiet...
    This is interesting - I am slowly beginning to entertain the idea that this is biological difference. Yes, men are highly focused on a task and like to get things done very quickly. Women complicate matters, and worry about the most trifle details.

    I see this with my female manager - she constantly knackering and bickering about this or that detail, what might happen in the future, like some over protective mother. And we lose a lot of business because of her neuroticism.
    A mother cannot raise a boy to be a man, not because he needs a father figure; but because she favours team vagina over her own son.

    Tradcon women are the most manipulative of all kinds of women, because they infect you with false hope.
    Radfems are your best friend, because they hate you and verbalise it - that's honesty!

    The red pill rage is a process which takes many many years - so be kind and patient with yourself; you will overcome it!

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    Re: "It Takes a Village" Mentality

    Quote Originally Posted by Opaque View Post
    This is interesting - I am slowly beginning to entertain the idea that this is biological difference. Yes, men are highly focused on a task and like to get things done very quickly. Women complicate matters, and worry about the most trifle details.

    I see this with my female manager - she constantly knackering and bickering about this or that detail, what might happen in the future, like some over protective mother. And we lose a lot of business because of her neuroticism.
    My belief is that she is trying to control outcomes instead of putting in the work and letting the clients and customers dictate the outcomes. Shifting the paradigm and mindset of putting in work and letting others judge accordingly is a tough task for most of the human population and even more true for females. Females are used to having support from their peers when judged.

    Men take more risks because the pay off is higher by surviving trial and error.

    If you build it then they will come. Women don't want to take that type of risk so this is why they are more risk adverse and prefer a more protective role in anything they do, because they think they can control outcomes by mitigating risks.

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    Re: "It Takes a Village" Mentality

    Indian Reservations and Black Ghettos are petri dishes of experimentations on how to control/subvert a population. Men are discarded and in their place, you have an army of social workers and bureaucrats handing out gibs. There is a reason for the expression "Big Daddy Government". POC women are drawn to the message of "It takes a village" in many cases because this is all they have ever known. High status White women love this concept (best example is Hillary) because in many cases they are running the network of gibs. White women are starting to have rising numbers of illegitimate children, and need gibs to flow their way. "It takes a village" is another way of saying benefits without responsibility.
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    Re: "It Takes a Village" Mentality

    Quote Originally Posted by Otto Maddox View Post
    Indian Reservations and Black Ghettos are petri dishes of experimentations on how to control/subvert a population. Men are discarded and in their place, you have an army of social workers and bureaucrats handing out gibs. There is a reason for the expression "Big Daddy Government". POC women are drawn to the message of "It takes a village" in many cases because this is all they have ever known. High status White women love this concept (best example is Hillary) because in many cases they are running the network of gibs. White women are starting to have rising numbers of illegitimate children, and need gibs to flow their way. "It takes a village" is another way of saying benefits without responsibility.
    I don't think I could of said it better myself. My best advice is to never be the "beta bux". Always be the "alpha fux" (if you must engage with modern western women). These women do not deserve any sort of entitlement from a man's excess labor when they provide nothing in return.

    Always let the cucks and manginas pick up the "sloppy seconds" and provide for these whores. This may sound bad but I kind of like there are wimpy men out there that keep this charade going. They provide me cover.

    These women were told they could have it all. They could have all the promiscuous sex in the world and those decisions would be "backstopped" with men's money via taxation. My friends, do not participate in this system please. YOU ARE NOTHING BUT A TOOL TO THEM.
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    Re: "It Takes a Village" Mentality

    Quote Originally Posted by Bonobo Protocol View Post
    Always let the cucks and manginas pick up the "sloppy seconds" and provide for these whores. This may sound bad but I kind of like there are wimpy men out there that keep this charade going. They provide me cover.
    At age 65, I'm OK with sloppy seconds if they are under 35 years old, weigh less than 50Kg and don't charge more than $50 for 2 hours in bed. After all I'm a bit of a 'sloppy second' myself.


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