After 9/11, our government implemented drastic security measures and began the ‘War on Terror’ which goes on to this day.
Though I agree with the narrative for the most part, I have some questions about the events that occurred on 9/11. I have even more questions about the War on Terror.
Yet, when people like myself pose these questions, particularly about 9/11, we’re ridiculed. We’re labeled ‘conspiracy theorists’ or ‘anti-American.’ All from just wanting some answers.
This phenomena is not limited to terrorism and security. It’s common for many narratives in our society. One such narrative that must not be questioned, so we’re told, is the ‘War on Men’.
Feminists, politicians, and beta males scoff at the War on Men. People laugh at Alex Jones saying frogs and fish are turning gay because of estrogenic compounds. The late night hosts and Buzzfeeds of the world have a field day poking fun at these ideas.
But I’m not laughing, and neither is Sonny Arvado, author of the new and powerful book Of Tyrants & Tellers.
The War on Men and Western Culture
This book delves deep into the effort in the west to demonize and destroy the western male archetype. Particularly the menacing operations instituted by the ‘Shadow Brokers’, who are the hidden oligarchs who truly run the government, banks and other major institutions of our society.
So what exactly are they doing?
Here’s a few examples:
Estrogen is everywhere making men weak and effeminate.
Homosexuality, trannies and other degenerate sexual inclinations are glorified while the traditional family is ridiculed.
People jerk off to porn and hook up at nightclubs, but few are actually reproducing.
What do all of these have in common?
They lead to a decline in population.
A lower population is easier to control, thus giving more power to the ‘Shadow Brokers’. I’m not sure how much I buy into this theory, but I do believe it is more than a coincidence that all of these things are happening in our society.
Seeing as masculinity, Christianity, and heterosexuality are so demonized, men are being led astray.
The modern man says he wants: Success, money, women, happiness, etc. But deep down, what he wants more than anything is: Infrastructure and culture. This is what he needs now more than ever.”
Men must avoid being led off the path to happiness and success. This means avoiding many modern traps, particularly harmful ones like pornography.
The Porn Psy-Op
Porn has become not only ubiquitous in our culture, but it has become normalized. It’s simply assumed that men who can’t get laid jerk off to porn. And oftentimes they do.
We know that porn and masturbation can have devastating effects on the mind and body. But still, many of us have a hard time avoiding it.
This explanation seems all too familiar to me:
What tends to happen is you start off browsing around on the internet or Instagram and you see something that triggers you. It’s uslly a hot chick and because the shadow oligarchs have worked overtime to sexualize the culture, they are displayed everywhere. Instagram’s algorithms are programmed to promote e these types of posts for a reason…Once that happens you “snap” and before you know it , you’re down. You’ve become the hamster in the wheel.”
I couldn’t believe this when I read it. It rang so true and is something I had experienced personally in recent months.
This is one reason I recently removed Instagram from my phone, which I rarely used anyways. Occasionally, I’d like to look at travel photos, but would always get sucked into the hot girls on the main search screen. From there things would spiral out of control like Sonny describes.
Coincidence? You tell me…
As for porn, some ask why it is so bad?
Internet pornography is a weapon. It is a weapon of spiritual mass destruction. Long-term pornography consumption robs men of their masculine, fighting spirit.”
I’ve been addicted to porn. It’s not pretty. I felt sick and weak when I was at this low point.
Sadly, I know many men are suffering from porn addiction now. It’s something that men must get over if they ever want to reach their fullest potential.
Fighting Back and Winning the War on Men
One of my pet peeves when writing doom-and-gloom books on society is not providing any actual advice. Authors simply bemoan the state of affairs in our society and leave the reader to mope after finishing the book. This is not the case in Of Tryants & Tellers:
We do what men have always done best. We build. Talking about the war on men and examine all the evidence is useless without a plan of action. We’re not going to march. We’re not going to protest. You know who attends marches and protests? Professional victims.”
About halfway through the book, Sonny offer fitness advice. This is done to increase testosterone and muscle mass, which is one of the most powerful ways to fight back in the War on Men. Sonny provides a routine and the best exercises for each body part which is useful for novices (though seasoned lifters may skip through this section).
He also concludes the book with a powerful and motivating call to arms:
The individual is the building block of civilization. You have a greater responsibility to civilization because civilization is what ultimately matters. How are you going to leave a lasting impact and benefit civilization? It starts with you becoming the strongest version of yourself. Now start building it. You absolutely have the power to change the world for the better. This is your story and you are the hero.”
I was surprised with the quality and editing of this book. As someone who started out writing about fitness and dating, Sonny has really demonstrated his ability to write about the culture wars and more complex issues our society faces. He’s also put a ton of research into this based on the studies and media provided as sources.
While a lot of this content, at first glance, can be a bit hard to swallow, the book provides a grounded and in-depth look at the War on Men. This war is no doubt ongoing with no plans on stopping and Sonny provides the reasons it needs to be stopped.
Don’t sit idly by. Take action, starting with a copy of this book.