Sunday, March 3, 2013

Apocalypse NOW (National Organization of Women)

What should young men do for work with the vampires that exist in the feminazi/HR departments? My advice to our son and other Christian, young men is to acquire a skilled trade early and develop a STEM related field as they move on.

Jobs such as electrician, plumber, welder, machinist, mechanic, farrier, and carpenter are skilled trades that require limited training and provide any type of world situation production for monetary gain. Longer term education for men would include engineering or veterinarian. Very few other fields lead to opportunities for men to avoid the nastiness that is the Fempire. Starting your own business in one of the skilled trades is an excellent way to make your own way financially without the unnecessary influence of the society we live in.

Future investment should include tools to create wealth in their trade and land to grow the food necessary to provide for a family. Guns and ammunition never lose their value. Free times should be spent doing something that acquires abilities in a skilled trade or advanced learning (i.e. programming, small engine repair). Obviously, not all of a man's time will be spent being productive...I'm writing this right now. I also play Fantasy Baseball with my kids. However, time spent pursuing a psychology degree will not lead to a productive avenue for Christian men to earn a living. You don't need an MBA to run your own business. Non-STEM fields will lead to men being frustrated in their career field and surrounded by the very type of women they shouldn't marry. Career womyn. Welcome to having grandchildren with hyphenated last names.


  1. stg58/Animal MotherMarch 4, 2013 at 9:25 AM

    Industrial/Technical sales is a great place for a young man with STEM kmowledge. Most of the sales companies are small, independent outfits run by alphas. The advantage is that the company's sole purpose in life is sales, so no waste like an HR department. They are also run by men, and 95% of the sales force is male. They are there to get away from corporations.

  2. I did sales before the military. It's a tough life, but you're right about the atmosphere being more male centric.

  3. stg58/Animal MotherMarch 4, 2013 at 4:39 PM

    Not saying it is an easy life, but it is an honest one. You eat what you kill, and you quickly learn the value of time and money. Honesty, integrity, initiative, aggressiveness and hard work are also indispensable. If you don't have those qualities you will not last long. I did it for three years, and it was invaluable to my career.

  4. I agree. I did it for nine years. I had to have a second job waiting tables in the beginning in order to provide for our family. I sucked at it initially. It culminated in starting my own business. You learn a lot about what it takes for real commerce to happen.

  5. stg58/Animal MotherMarch 4, 2013 at 5:45 PM

    It also reveals the fact that more engineers start businesses than business majors. Business degrees are a bad idea. Say you have a bachelor's degree in business. What kind of business can you start? None, because you don't know how to do anything else. You can start a business as an engineer because you know how to do something. Business people don't have another skill to start a business providing. StEM does.


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