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You didn't win, Trump did

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November 10, 2016

Just a friendly reminder given all the recent posts about the election - he won, he achieved, he worked harder than the other candidate and he managed a much more intelligent campaign. Whether or not you wanted him to win, whether you're happy or sad, with or against the SJWs, just remember that this isn't an outcome of your life choices or your actions and behaviors. The outcome of this election does not define your virtuosity or your capacity for providing value.

Your own life won't change because Trump won, so stop reading facebook posts and feeding your revenge boner with the rallying cries of the liberal crowd. And if you're liberal, get the fuck over it and start doing something productive again. The world won't end, and likely very little will change.

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Title You didn't win, Trump did
Author rayyaal
Upvotes 729
Comments 388
Date 10 November 2016 04:09 PM UTC (4 years ago)
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[–]anibustr365 points366 points  (65 children) | Copy

Let people that have endured SJWs for so long have their fun.

If you have voted for him with this in mind, celebrate your victory, you've earned it with your patience.

[–]Mr_Andry68 points69 points  (61 children) | Copy

His constant presence is only going to make the SJWs more vocal in opposition.

[–]Tallsmarthandsome192 points193 points  (48 children) | Copy

Good. SJW's being vocal is why they loose elections

[–]MyUsername0_028 points29 points  (44 children) | Copy

Nah Hillary Clinton is the reason the election was lost, Bernie would have probably won tbh.

[–]RedBeorn50 points51 points  (5 children) | Copy

[–]LexaBinsr4 points5 points  (0 children) | Copy

Actually, yes. You joke but I saw people on Bernie subreddit saying how he was such a gentleman for allowing those two vocal black women to express themselves. People that supported him are liberal cucks that just wanted free shit.

[–]kasper1381 point2 points  (3 children) | Copy

Can't really argue with it. But who was the real loser(s) in those photos.

[–]RedBeorn13 points14 points  (2 children) | Copy

Probably the person supplicating to the losers, imo.

[–]kasper13832 points33 points  (1 child) | Copy

I'd say it was the black dipshits fucking over a guy who marched with MLK. But we can agree to disagree.

[–]jav2534 points5 points  (0 children) | Copy

Yeah an to be fair. If you watched the Democrat "bird dogging" video put out by those Republican spies that infiltrated them. You know those two BLM women were probably sent in by Clinton to screw up Bernie intentionally. But he cucked himself in the end. Trump threw the retards out, and said take their coats lol

[–]Tie5o1131 points32 points  (3 children) | Copy

Bernie's economic policies were never really challenged. He was given one tough interview in January and fell apart. I don't think he had a chance, TBH. His policies are demonstrably unsustainable and would be terrible for the economy.

[–]grewapair24 points25 points  (0 children) | Copy

Furthermore, the polls that said Bernie would win also said Hillary would win.

[–]MyUsername0_02 points3 points  (1 child) | Copy

Trump won because Hillary was that bad, not necessarily because people were enthusiastic about voting for him. I believe most people would have won against Trump.

[–]KhanWight1 point2 points  (0 children) | Copy

No, Bernie only had a chance since he was also running as an anti-establishment candidate. Any ordinary would've list to Trump.

[–]AnindoorcatBot17 points18 points  (30 children) | Copy

Dont think so. He wouldve been just another loser with less excuses to fall on. We wanted Trump we all voted for Trump.

[–]MyUsername0_060 points61 points  (23 children) | Copy

A lot of the states that gave Trump the victory were states that Bernie won in the primary, just saying lol.

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[–]CanisInvictus 1 points1 points [recovered] | Copy

How does winning the popular vote = trounced? Facts are facts

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[–]Keetex10 points11 points  (11 children) | Copy

If Bernie was running against him Trump would have geared the campaign for that. Given how much of a cuck he is it would have been much easier than the machiavellian Clinton machine.

[–]cuntweiner21 points22 points  (10 children) | Copy

That's not remotely true, Trump's campaign style would not have worked against Bernie, who was the only serious candidate with any kind of integrity. I'm a market researcher and 90% of the data suggests that Bernie would have beat Trump. This election was about getting people excited. Clinton could not do that. Bernie would have easily taken OH, PA, MI, and WI.

[–]ObsidianOne4 points5 points  (0 children) | Copy

All of Hillary's team's projections said she'd win without a doubt, do you really think you are that much better? Doubt it.

[–]Furell10 points11 points  (3 children) | Copy

You can't research something like that, what bullshit is that. How can you even say that after the polls had it so wrong, you can't predict stuff like this, you can only have a feeling and that is that Trump would've stumped cuck Bernie.

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[–]MrMolester3 points4 points  (0 children) | Copy

Both of them stands no chance of winning. The only reason she's putting a good fight is because she's backed by the establishment and the media. What could Sanders do?? His base almost exclusively the millennials (and they don't vote)

Do you think the working class would vote for Socialist Sanders? Who'd take even bigger chunk of their hard earned money??

[–]marvellousaccounts-4 points-3 points  (2 children) | Copy

Bernie would have lost. All Trump would have had to do was point out the flaws in his economic policies, label him a communist and game over.

[–]cuntweiner4 points5 points  (1 child) | Copy

Like what they did to Obama two elections in a row? No, you don't know what you're talking about.

[–]Gumpool-1 points0 points  (0 children) | Copy

Im an 99% asshole and my research told me that you are a 200% cuck

[–]Justin4290 points1 point  (3 children) | Copy

Who did Bernie win against in the primary? Remind me, if you will....

[–]MyUsername0_07 points8 points  (0 children) | Copy

Dude didn't have a chance with the DNC rigging that shit.

[–]Gravityflexo0 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy

I'm pretty sure Clinton won the popular vote though

[–]Godspeed3110 points1 point  (2 children) | Copy

Your facts are bad and you should feel bad bro.. More people voted for Hillary and don't you forget it.

[–]AnindoorcatBot0 points1 point  (1 child) | Copy

Lol what a loser. You're a loser.

[–]Godspeed3110 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy

You're going to have to elaborate if you want to make any sense. The facts speak for themselves in this case.

[–]gareiu0 points1 point  (1 child) | Copy

yea i think people was seeing bernie as pretty spastic to compete with other opposing candidates, its just the image and i also think that he didn't enter the game long enough, i mean the scene. the guy literally was known just 1 year entering the race from what i remember

[–]Salad_Fingers_1591 point2 points  (0 children) | Copy

He has been in politics his whole life and is a senator. Obviously not a reality show star like Trump or Secretary of State/First Lady Clinton, but the man has been in politics a very long time. Did you know who Obama was before he ran?

[–]joh21410 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy

I doubt that's true. People assume Clinton supporters will back Bernie but we knew good amount of people that would rather vote Trump that Bernie that were supposedly Dems. Probably more conservative Dems. I honestly believe Dems just had no good candidates. Bernie would have been catastrophic for the economy although out of all candidates he was probably the least corrupt guy.

[–]_the_shape_0 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy

I remember someone once saying that they were a Christian until ...they read the Bible. Imagine that.

I understand that SJW-ism is bound to spread too ("omg! They look so hurt! I need to come to their aid!"), but I'm betting on a good number of them being repulsed with their ways (assuming they already happen to belong to that camp) and deciding against aligning themselves with that sort of non-thinking (i.e. feelz before realz)

That is the proverbial "mirror", beckoning them to look at what their ilk supports, how they comport themselves, how they contradict themselves ("Love trumps hate, but I hate my opponents!! Ugh!!" and "violence is never the answer, but a Trump supporter got beat up? GOOD!" etc.), and ultimately, who they are.

[–]wanderer77919 points20 points  (1 child) | Copy

This is something I've noticed. Instead of realizing that this whole thing is just a reaction to the craziness of the left, they are digging their heels in deeper. WTF is it going to take to get these people to grow up? Personally I think they have gone too far to turn back. They are going to keep circle jerking about nonsense until they die of old age.

[–]yaboimoneymitch0 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy

They need some free rides in helicopters. I think Pinochet isn't so busy these days.

[–]haxurmind15 points16 points  (0 children) | Copy

His constant presence is only going to make the SJWs more vocal in opposition.

There goes safe spaces. grin

[–]anibustr13 points14 points  (3 children) | Copy

Surely if I was a sane democrat and SJWs were starting to become much more of a problem then I'd vote for republicans, as a reaction. I believe many democrats did so this election. Significant enough? Debatable.

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[–]yaboimoneymitch0 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy

Same people that handed Obama the presidency by big margins voted for Trump. The minority turn out also helped Obama, but they were the icing. The cake was working class/middle class whites

[–][deleted] 1 point2 points  (0 children) | Copy

Yes, but now the returning laughs can and will be heard too.

[–]Zacher80 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy

That's OK. They are really quite entertaining when they lack the power to be harmful.

[–]juliusstreicher0 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy

Who gives a fuck? What is to be feared is the guns of the Justice Department, which Obama used to back up SJW goons. Now, that weapon is gone.

[–]Endorsed ContributorWoujo4 points5 points  (1 child) | Copy

Let people that have endured SJWs for so long have their fun.

Is anybody dumb enough to think that Trump will stop SJWs from existing? If anything, he'll make them worse.

[–]juliusstreicher4 points5 points  (0 children) | Copy

Yes, but they will burn up with impotent rage. "Wailing and gnashing of teeth", as it were.

[–][deleted] -3 points-2 points  (0 children) | Copy

But now you have another version of SJW running rampant. Now your having these racist lazy white people cry about how terrible their lives are and how society is oppressing their stupidity. This election is having some very real effects in the way its devolving our society. Shit isnt "better", its just the opposite of what has been going on.

[–]Exidrial20 points21 points  (4 children) | Copy

"Your own life won't change because Trump won" so you're saying that politicians don't influence our lives?

[–]juliusstreicher9 points10 points  (0 children) | Copy

This here. Free speech would have been given a black eye, with Hillary. She would have used executive actions, illegally, against white males, gun owners, college aged males, all the while raising our taxes, and getting us involved in wars just for Bidens oil interests and the Clinton Foundation.

[–]DONT_reply_with_THIS0 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy

OP is a moron, disregard his post

[–]ControlBlue597 points598 points  (56 children) | Copy

Agree with you, but let us enjoy the thing for a couple more d... weeks.

This is the culmination of almost 4 years if you have been following that train since gamergate and discovering how much the world hate men nowadays. Seeing a strong man make it and that against the torrent of nastiness and entitlement that was thrown at him...

It is inspiring for us men.

[–]MacNulty135 points136 points  (12 children) | Copy

how much the world hate men nowadays

If you haven't noticed, the world hates everyone these days, black people, women, white people, mexicans, muslism, fascists, nationalists, globalists, climate change activists and deniers. Almost every label is hated by somebody, and that is because most people can not step outside their projection of their model of the world - you project inspiration on trump, while women who feel threatened project a sexual predator. The problem of this world is the emotion of hate itself, not subjects of it, and no country leader that can change that. In fact, they are more likely to use it to their advantage, because hate and fear are very useful emotions to those in power.

[–]stoicismexpress33 points34 points  (10 children) | Copy

This is really insightful, effectively determinist theory (which all red pillers should absolutely read and understand: )

When you realise that the people you disagree with aren't evil or (most of the time) stupid, you can fully understand their perspective and come to your own logic based (not emotional or instinctual) conclusion. Try saturating yourself for a week or two purely with the writing of your political opponents, and watch your thinking change slightly.

[–]ControlBlue3 points4 points  (3 children) | Copy

Relativism, the most poisonous for men and humanity.

No sorry, evil DOES exist, some people ARE stupid. And yes, this apply to us all, me included.

Instead of denying that that guy is stupid or evil so that you don't have to see yourself as such too, just accept it and work to be less stupid and less evil.

Try saturating yourself for a week or two purely with the writing of your political opponents, and watch your thinking change slightly.

If you end up bending your thinking, it means your thinking was not strong enough and thus got rightfully changed by a stronger thinking.

[–]stoicismexpress0 points1 point  (2 children) | Copy

Well from a determinist perspective, evil does not exist because if you were put through the conditions of an evil person (a combination of their genetics and environment), you would do exactly as they do, therefore they are not evil but rather the natural extension of their circumstances. This doesn't mean you have to accept their actions, it just makes it easier to understand, and therefore counter, them.

As for the second point, it's not so much bending your own thinking, it's about understanding the thinking of people that disagree with you. I came to TRP a socialist corbynite who could never understand in a million years why anyone would vote Trump (other than my pre-conceptions of his voters being evil or stupid). I am now a socialist corbynite who understands, though I would not, why people voted Trump into power.

[–]ControlBlue0 points1 point  (1 child) | Copy


Although all I can say is that by evil I do not mean absolute evil. Evil and Good are like everything in this universe, hard to define 100% for limited sentiences like the ones we have for now.

HOWEVER there are such a thing as limited-in-scope Good and Evil, you have what is good for you, what is good for your family, what is good for your city, your nation, and ultimately humanity.

If a person is incapable of determining what is evil for him, he is lacking and this will be an obstacle in his life. Same for your family, nation, and humanity.

We are very close to be able to determine what is good for humanity and what is evil. Those who are incapable of doing so are an hinderance to our species, and thus are a danger to everything we are trying to accomplish on this planet. Those people who cannot see evil for humanity, or worse those who do it, ARE evil.

[–]stoicismexpress0 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy

Ah okay, I understand what you're getting at. Yeah, looking at evil more as a scale of morality as opposed to the 'ultimate' more supernatural definition, you can definitely label actions as evil. I think the distinction that I'd make is that actions can be evil but people cannot. Obviously there are things I'd stand against, and pushed far enough, things I'd kill for. I just try to operate with the theory that the poeple committing them aren't doing it our of an inherent wish to do harm.

Out of curiosity, when you talk about people inhibiting our ability to accomplish as a planet, what kind of more specific accomplishments are you referencing? Like peace or progress etc?

[–][deleted] 4 points5 points  (5 children) | Copy

Doesn't change the fact their logic is wrong.

[–]MacNulty27 points28 points  (4 children) | Copy

Have you ever watched a movie with somebody and was later surprised to learn that they arrived at a different yet legitimate conclusion about what happened in it?

That's how people see the world. They see the same thing from different perspectives, but they are not aware that it's their own projection, so instead of trying to see the world from the perspective of the other person, they go around convincing everyone that they are the ones who got it wrong.

This is why the world is so mad; because you really cannot change anyone's mind, you can only shine up a mirror for them and hope that they will look into it with the intention of seeing what you see. That's why mirror analogy is so strong in the matrix, by the way.

Nobody's logic is wrong, they just arrived at a different conclusion.

[–]1Entropy-712 points13 points  (0 children) | Copy

Ask a trial attorney. You can have 10 witnesses who all saw the same thing and you will get 11 different stories as to what happened.

[–][deleted] 0 points1 point  (1 child) | Copy

Nobody's logic is wrong, they just arrived at a different conclusion.

Some people are wrong. Their logic is flawed.

I just can't be sure I'm not the one who's wrong.

[–]MacNulty0 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy

People's conclusions may be wrong, but it is not due to flawed logic but lack of awareness of how it works, or lack of awareness of the necessary arguments required to reach the correct conclusion. In other words, it is due to inability to see the greater picture. That is why knowledge is power, because people use it to put people in the darkness. And when you are looking for something in the darkness, you might be right, or you might be wrong about what you think you see, but it's not your logic that is flawed. It is your limited perception.

I just can't be sure I'm not the one who's wrong.

But you can have more certainty that you are right, if you first assume that you know nothing, and follow the rules of reasoning.

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[–]lets_move_to_voat1 point2 points  (0 children) | Copy

I gotta hand it to the libs, they did a lot with masculism in 4 short years

[–]1PantsonFire12341 point2 points  (0 children) | Copy

I'd say months dude, I want to rock my MAGA cap this summer while playing ball with my mates. Angry degenerates foul eyeing us from behind our sandwall at the beach.

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[–]EhrmantrautWetWork1 point2 points  (2 children) | Copy

BULLSHIT. Name one great man that people like

[–][deleted] 116 points117 points  (14 children) | Copy

I'll share my tweet on the subject.

Trump wins - I keep writing.

Hillary wins - I take a shot of tequila and keep writing.

The President doesn't dictate the level of motivation you bring to the table day in and day out. You do you, this election doesn't change that.

[–]rayyaal[S] 6 points7 points  (10 children) | Copy

Exactly, this is all I was trying to say put more eloquently. Somehow this post turned partisan.

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[–]Swelfie2 points3 points  (0 children) | Copy

Okay, technically it it was about one hundred thirty millionth part the result of your actions.

[–]ForgingFakes5 points6 points  (7 children) | Copy

Isn't the fact that Hillary won the popular vote against this point?

[–]TRPdoctor6 points7 points  (4 children) | Copy

Hillary won the popular vote by ~1%. This doesn't mean anything though (at least it doesn't mean that more people support Hillary than Trump). Many are arguing that the electoral college system stole Hillary's presidency but that's not entirely true,at least not in the way that most Dem's think of it. The reason popular vote doesn't matter is because of the electoral college. There are certain states where one partisan group will be less motivated to vote since it won't mean anything. Take for example California where 12% of the population exists. Many Trump supporters are less likely to vote in California since that state is strongly blue, which would skew the popular vote statistic.

The popular vote would be a valuable statistic if it was the way that we actually elected the president.

[–]Swelfie2 points3 points  (2 children) | Copy

And electoral college isn't a rigged conspiratorial system or antiquated either as many people believe because they don't understand it's purpose. The people get representation in the house, the republic (states) are represented in the Senate. Since the president's job is to be the final veto and act in matters of emergency, he is elected by a blend. Half of the influence of the election is the members of the republic (the states) with one member one vote, the other half is the popular vote. Otherwise the democracy would crush the republic, or the republic would crush the democracy. It's designed for consensus to enact law so that controversial laws don't get passed.

[–]1Entropy-70 points1 point  (1 child) | Copy

I heard somewhere that there is a movement afoot for state legislatures (who under the Constitution actually select the electors) to give their electoral college votes to whichever candidate carries the popular vote. If states representing half of the electoral college adopted this, then the presidency would always be determined by the popular vote.

[–]Azzmo0 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy

Seems treasonous.

If they're not looking at distributing the shares proportionally - and are instead just going to give their state's votes in a package to whoever got the most turnout 3000 miles away, then they're just giving more power to the majority over the minority. I hope this is not a popular notion. It spits in the face of the founding fathers of the nation.

[–]ForgingFakes0 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy

"the office of President will never fall to the lot of any man who is not in an eminent degree endowed with the requisite qualifications.”

[–]1Entropy-70 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy

So she gets a landslide on the left coast and in New York and then loses pretty much everywhere else. (I am speculating on this, but it is an educated guess.)

[–]gareiu0 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy

i have a friend who is just mortified from what happened because it will actually affect him, as to what /u/rayyaal say, change will indeed happen

he happens to come in here as a kid legally but decided to just stay and therefore he's an illegal immigrant, he broke the law but i know the dude as a hard worker who always tried to contribute as much as he can, but i'm pretty sick and tired of him crying and it is pretty stressful, i told him to nut the fuck up

trump will probably deport his ass and nothing he can do about it, the republicans will probably also kill that student temporary documented action obama did, but i'm also still scared for him, theres a number of good people that i know who might get affected and they literally have nothing to do about it. so i'm telling him we hit up the clubs and start acting like an alpha so we can get him a pussy to marry with

time to continue on all forms of life

[–]Theophagist7 points8 points  (0 children) | Copy

350 for this speech? Give me a fucking break.

[–]Fedor_Gavnyukov9 points10 points  (0 children) | Copy

to paraphrase the late George Carlin "I'm sure that right after the election your country will change immediately"

[–]GregFo317 points8 points  (0 children) | Copy

I heard some colleges and universities were postponing midterms and hiring grief counsellors. What the fuck is wrong with this generation!!!!??

[–]bragason12 points13 points  (1 child) | Copy

Hey fuck you man, I threw together a propaganda video and read hundreds of completely uninteresting emails from wikileaks in hopes of finding something. I'm deeply emotionally invested, let me celebrate.

[–]One_friendship_plz26 points27 points  (3 children) | Copy

This is ridiculously negative, for once..fuck opinions like this, my value isn't going to be based on what you think and I don't know why shit like this gets upvoted on TRP, I'm allowed to be proud & happy for ANY reason and fuck any idea of someone telling others to not be happy.

You care way too much what other people think of you, and it's sad that the rest of this subreddit is eating this garbage up.

[–]AzzyMcGee16 points17 points  (2 children) | Copy

You have to realize like I did that this sub has gotten too big, and has attracted the bottom of the barrel. It had a golden age but it's long past.

[–]lamentationsoftheir195 points196 points  (63 children) | Copy

This post is shit.

Whether or not you wanted him to win, whether you're happy or sad, with or against the SJWs, just remember that this isn't an outcome of your life choices or your actions and behaviors.

The fuck it isn't. I've been shit posting for Trump for months.

The outcome of this election does not define your virtuosity or your capacity for providing value.

It does define our collective values, though.

Your own life won't change because Trump won

LOL, this is fucking laughable. If you think the Trump presidency won't impact your life, you are literally living in a bubble.

so stop reading facebook posts and feeding your revenge boner with the rallying cries of the liberal crowd.

Why? I enjoy the energy. Relevant fucking username here.

And if you're liberal, get the fuck over it and start doing something productive again.

The only line worth saving in your post.

The world won't end, and likely very little will change.

Nostrafuckingdamus doesn't even know what age we are living in!

[–]Magnum25681 points82 points  (37 children) | Copy

You must be young or have a short memory because people were crying about the same shit when G.W. Bush won and again the same shit when Obama won. It's always the end of the world. It's always the game-changer. In the end very little changes. Trump might seem like he's different but obviously he's wealthy, elite, and likely has many political ties with people in both parties. He ran his campaign as anti-establishment but it doesn't actually mean he's anti-establishment.

We'll see what happens. I suspect he'll actually do better than people expect, maybe even leave some minor to moderate name-sake legacy behind (a la Obamacare) because he's proud, perhaps a little egotistical and/or narcissistic, and that will be it.

[–][deleted] 39 points40 points  (34 children) | Copy

Exactly. Trump is a smart man, he knows exactly who he's talking to. He perhaps performed the greatest hoax known to man.

You are kidding yourself if you think trump will actually make a difference, he's just as corrupt as Hillary, just in a different way. Shooting someone and strangling someone are different ways of killing, but it's still murder. You are also kidding yourself if you think there's actually a difference between dems and repubs. They've tricked you all and are laughing to the bank together. Smh when will people stop being so stupid. It's going to be the same exact way it's been for decades. Jobs go up, they go down. Shit happens. It's a calculated cycle.

[–]CharismaticNPC30 points31 points  (13 children) | Copy

Republican President Republican Senate Republican House. There will be changes. They have the power to put things through. Repubs and Dems have different ideologies.

This is different than Trump winning and Dems having Senate and House -- which would mean that he's a talking head, and has to fight the congress (which is what obama has been doing forever, fighting with congress for some give and take to get anything accomplished). Same holds true for a Hillary victory and republican house/senate. Trump has the green light right now to enact his plan.

Everyone on this sub should read his plan. He's the leader of our collective group called the USA, this is the agenda for the first 100 days. Whether you support him or not, why would you want to live in blissful ignorance as to what will happen. Sounds familiar...?

This sub is such an echo chamber sometimes.

[–][deleted] 6 points7 points  (12 children) | Copy

See what I'm saying is they both have the same ideologies and that's getting rich off the American people. The dems and the repubs are nowhere near as different as they'll have people believe. Maybe when it comes to climate change, which conservatives are completely morons about or just so greedy they lie because fuck the planet, they won't be around when it goes to shit, they're getting rich. They've just mastered the art of illusion. They pretend to be opposites to continue the monopoly they have

Trump will be just like every president we've ever had that makes empty promises. Name one that ever did even a quarter of what they said they would. What reasons do we have to believe that trump is any different? Don't give me that he's a businessman, he's not a real politician bullshit. If he wasn't a real politician, then he wouldn't be in politics. And don't tell me that he saw the way this country was headed and wanted to make a differences bc that's horseshit. He's running for president to promote HIS interests, just like every other egotistical, self-serving ass. He's just fooled the idiots dumb enough to give him their votes that he'll be different.

The president is a puppet for the real elite that own this country. That won't ever change, whether all branches are Repub, dem or a mix of both. If we want change we'd stop eating this shit up and start voting other parties. Competition breeds success and change, not a two man game where both players are on the same team.

Wake up, man.

[–]redrummilf10 points11 points  (1 child) | Copy

If Trump were one of the boyz, you would not have the Repub leadership backing away from him. You may be awake, but you ain't seeing how the "pieces" fit together properly.

[–]HeatseekingLogicBomb-2 points-1 points  (0 children) | Copy

Trump ran as a Republican, using mostly border policy and inflammatory rhetoric to gather support.

Two words: plausible deniability.

Get people amped up over some more blatant pandering and then claim "he's not a real Republican". When in fact he isn't, he's a lifelong Democrat. All he did was use less subtle versions of Republican demographical targeting. Had a short stint of yapping about independents awhile back, but he's been pretty much an illiberal.

This way the elite gauge the interest in things resistant to their agenda, protect part of their brand, they set themselves up with a perceived-patsy if wanted (nothing will happen to their boy himself) for market/currency issues (because Americans are reactionaries and go for the big name not the policy), and they set themselves up to further the neo-Marxist thought policing of the future.

[–][deleted] 8 points9 points  (2 children) | Copy

finally someone with some sense lol. that and this election failed to talk about shit that has the potential to really change the country. education issues (we are a dumbass country that really needs revamped education system), FUCKING WEED/DRUGS, environment issues, future of social security/other programs, how to get people off welfare, like shit that would actually change the future of the country and not this pitty party about peoples feelings and how brown people are the bain of everyones existance.

all i see politicians doing is fueling the narcissism and ignorance of america. not doing a damn thing to really help people. trumps campaign isnt bringing back old jobs that dont exist anymore or teach people new skills that can help them get jobs in a rapidly changing society. trumps just enabling the uneducated and poor to cry about their shit and blame it on others instead of growing up and figuring out how to make something of their crappy situation.

[–]RedBeorn0 points1 point  (1 child) | Copy

education issues

If you're referring to test scores, note that as the white population declines, so do the test scores. If you want to improve test scores, make sure that only whites, Asians and Jews are allowed to take the tests. Otherwise, no amount of money poured into "education" is going to fix the problem. If you're referring to the cultural marxist stranglehold on universities, then I agree, but there's little the president can do about that situation in a short period of time.

shit that has the potential to really change the country...FUCKING WEED

Has "dude weed" fried your brain or are you just being facetious?

future of social security/other programs, how to get people off welfare,

...these were all talked about.

[–][deleted] 0 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy

Are you trying to have a real conversation or just trolling since much of this doesnt make a lick of sense and no they didnt talk about social security AT ALL. Trump just says hes going to give people jobs, which is bullshit since no politician ever makes jobs. PEOPLE make jobs, not god damn politicians.

[–]waynebradysworld3 points4 points  (5 children) | Copy

You are sound asleep at the wheel, friendo. Where do you get the nerve telling someone to wake up? 🐏🐏🐏

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[–]waynebradysworld2 points3 points  (0 children) | Copy

Right but my point is that he obviously hasn't woken up yet, and thus doesn't have the authority to tell people to wake up 😈

[–][deleted] -1 points0 points  (1 child) | Copy

Well it's time for him to wake up, too much sleep isn't good for you. Why don't you add to the conversation or point out where you think I'm wrong, instead of chiming in with useless bullshit.

[–]waynebradysworld-2 points-1 points  (0 children) | Copy

I spent the last 20 months attempting to educate willfully ignorant tards. I'm burned out at this point and would rather just jeer at you 🙌👉👳👈🙌

[–]Keetex0 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy

A bunch of childish nonsense. I am guessing you are an immigrant that got trigged and lost emotional control.

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[–]Keetex2 points3 points  (0 children) | Copy

This is a break in a much larger cycle that is more than 50 years. It doesn't sound good when you talk big from a position of ignorance.

[–]PaulAJK12 points13 points  (11 children) | Copy

he's just as corrupt as Hillary,

Hell no he ain't. Hilary Clinton is the most corrupt politician of my adult lifetime who's name isn't Silvio Berlusconi. She's fucking monstrously corrupt.

[–][deleted] 7 points8 points  (5 children) | Copy

Then you know nothing about donald j trump, my friend. And if Hillary is the most corrupt politician of your adult lifetime, I'm guessing you haven't been an adult for very long. I mean have you heard of dick Cheney? Richard Nixon? I mean they're all corrupt and they're only as corrupt as the people they answer to tell them to be.

[–]PaulAJK18 points19 points  (2 children) | Copy

I'm in my forties, and I've been a political nerd for about 25 years. And yeah, she's more corrupt than Cheney, than Netanyahu, than Blair, than Rumsfeld, than Sarkozy, than anyone except Berlusconi. I was barely born when Nixon was around.

The Clintons have invented new ways to be corrupt that no-one had thought of before. The whole Clinton foundation thing is a smart way to accept bribes which are supposed to be to a charity but which never seems to spend any money but takes credit for things other charities have done. These guys are literally off the scale in terms of corruption.

[–]thetotalpackage78 points9 points  (1 child) | Copy

Funny when people bring up Nixon...he tried to cover for his friends for ONE crime where no one was hurt. Contrast that with hillary and what she did. She is Nixon corruption to the hundredth power.

[–]PaulAJK0 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy

No, he basicallyu set up his own intelligence agency.

[–]juliusstreicher2 points3 points  (1 child) | Copy

Actually, I'll go point to point with you in re Hillary v. Tricky Dick, and you'll go running home to momma!

People like to call Nixon corrupt, but there's very little substance to that, at least among politicians. He just got tagged that because back then, corruption was a gauge for electability, as opposed to now. Hillary and Bill would make LBJ look like St. Francis of Assisi.

[–][deleted] 0 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy

Ok. Go point for point with me. I'm not saying Hillary isn't corrupt, im saying they all are. Cheney started two wars for oil money. Checkmate.

[–]Endorsed Contributorvandaalen1 point2 points  (0 children) | Copy

I don't care about politics too much anymore, but I actually see one important gamechanger with Trump, that the others do not have.

He did not arise out of the swamp of politics, but is a capitalistic entepreneur through and through.

While he certainly did not accumulate his wealth through doing good deeds, he understands one thing that the politocal elite doesn't: you can extort just so much wealth out of the lower classes and just exploit them up to a certain level before you risk a revolt and or the collapse of the current system.

So while Trump might not been "a better world" for everybody or some other delusional bullshit it might mean an actual relief for what is left of the middle class and the working class, as well as a decrease in corruption.

We don't know though and much will depend on how he will be able to realize his projects.

[–]juliusstreicher1 point2 points  (1 child) | Copy

There are similarities, but, would George W, even, be pulling the shit with Syrian/Muslim refugees, while creating the war that makes them into refugees? Sure, he'd rob the nation, but, the cost to the citizens would be less than with Hillary in there.

If you want the difference between Hillary and the Republicans, its this: Republican s know when to stop robbing the country blind, even if its just to refill the coffers. Hillary/democrats just keep going until the bank is depleted.

[–][deleted] 0 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy

No, the difference between repubs and dems is the type of people they've chosen to brainwash. They decided together that they would be "different" in order to cater to the different ideologies in the country, that way they can control the people by distracting them. How do more people not see this? It's all an illusion of choice. The only way around it is to educate yourself, work on your own happiness and work to provide for yourself. You can be wealthy and you can be happy, but don't be fooled into thinking your voice matters because no matter who is in charge, they will only be allowed to do what the powers that be let them do.

[–]Endorsed ContributorWoujo5 points6 points  (1 child) | Copy

You are kidding yourself if you think trump will actually make a difference

He'll make a difference, but it will the difference the establishment wanted to use him to make. He has proven he doesn't give a shit about principles and will sell out for any amount of attention.

[–]thetotalpackage72 points3 points  (0 children) | Copy

He is as far from the establishment than any other person ever elected to the presidency. Republicans hated him, dems hate him, the media hates him, the bankers hate him, the war monger neoconservative hate him, corporations and silicon valley hate what establishment are u referring to for which he will do bidding?

[–]Endorsed ContributorWoujo-3 points-2 points  (1 child) | Copy

He ran his campaign as anti-establishment but it doesn't actually mean he's anti-establishment.

He is in no way anti-establishment. Hell, he was friends with Hillary Clinton for years and had a TV show on NBC. Plus all of his friends are wealthy New York liberals and he owes millions of dollars to big banks. The only way he could be more establishment is if he had Henry Kissinger's hand up his ass.

[–]theberg5120 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy

Have you never been friends with someone that you disagree with? I have plenty of friends that are liberal, but it doesn't make me one. Getting along with and respecting others despite our differences is what being a fucking adult is all about.

As for NBC, he was selling them a product. They were willing to pay for it because people were watching and they could sell advertising. You don't have to agree with someone politically in order to conduct business.

[–]VeganRedPill15 points16 points  (2 children) | Copy

Right? What a fucking moronic post. I donated hundreds of dollars to the Trump campaign, shitposted, researched, turned many votes myself ... as if Trump single handedly did everything?

[–]Alphadestrious3 points4 points  (0 children) | Copy

Congrats bro.

You saved America and will make it great again.

[–]cuntweiner-4 points-3 points  (0 children) | Copy

lol you donated hundreds of dollars to a billionaire's campaign? How fucking stupid can you get? Mate, believe me, you had absolutely zero to do with the outcome of the election besides your vote, so you can stop patting yourself on the back.

[–]BlackPigeonSpeaks 32 points32 points [recovered] | Copy

The media was for Hillary. The corporations and wall street were for Hillary. The DNC and much of the GOP establishment were for Hillary. The special interests and unions were for Hillary.

We, the American people, DID win.

[–]Endorsed ContributorWoujo-1 points0 points  (6 children) | Copy

The corporations and wall street were for Hillary.

You talk "the corporations" are one big thing. They're not. Tons of corporations and banks were for Trump. He took tons of special interest money after he said he wouldn't.

And the media MADE Trump. The only reason he became a viable candidate is because the media wouldn't shut up about it. Remember when he said he'd skip a Republican debate, so CNN instead televised his whole dumb veteran's event? That's a free campaign ad. The media isn't dumb, they knew what they were doing.

[–]waynebradysworld8 points9 points  (4 children) | Copy

They aren't one big thing. They are literally 6.

Why do you keep doubling down and talking out of your ass?

[–]Endorsed ContributorWoujo-1 points0 points  (3 children) | Copy

There are literally 6 corporations in America? What on earth are you saying?

[–]lamentationsoftheir2 points3 points  (0 children) | Copy

6 major corporations own all the media outlets.

[–]Azzmo1 point2 points  (0 children) | Copy

He probably meant this.

From there you can trace things back to the executives and major shareholders and ascertain their motives. Then you'll determine what the prescription is for the American mind.

In my opinion (and myself of one year ago would be horrified at me saying this), the US is being sabotaged from within by Zionists promoting diversity, fear, marxism, and gender conflict. Mud up our cities and our culture by promoting intermixing. Disincentivize procreation of the (white) people who are hardest to exploit. Put fear into those who are weak and unclever and make them feel marginalized.

[–][deleted] 0 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy

His campaign was not funded by big banks and the rothchilds.

[–]slay_it_forward27 points28 points  (0 children) | Copy

Spot on. Have a drink of whiskey. The alt-right earned it.

[–]TB3o317 points18 points  (1 child) | Copy

Why would a sub focused on the individual give two shits about collective values? The discrepancy wasn't even big.

A Trump presidency could impact my life heaps or barely, it depends on the person and you don't even know how he'll perform on his promises.

And fuck trump shitposts, they weren't even good shitposts.

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[–]Lsegundo7 points8 points  (0 children) | Copy

please make a meme with #blameHillary #itsherfault. Its annoying listening to the whining harpies blaming Jill Stein, wikileaks, racism, Russia, sexism, "a woman can't win even when she is better", etc The reason can be anything except Hillary because a woman is never responsible for anything.

This article needs 100 million shares. Every social media post blaming anyone besides Hillary for her loss should be linked to that article and told to STFU.

Hillary has no one to blame but herself

  • She CHEATED against Sanders
  • Tim Kaine was the exact opposite of a progressive
  • immediately hired disgraced Debbie Wasserman Schultz (part of the DNC/Clinton vs Sanders cheating scandal)

the article goes into more detail

[–]MAWL_SC-1 points0 points  (1 child) | Copy

Just as much as GLO is selling you on Trump, it's all bullshit. The truth is that it's all bullshit. It's a dance, a show, because the real truth is hidden, the real goals are obfuscated.

If you think anything has changed you're a fucking chump.

[–]lamentationsoftheir0 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy

It's a dance, a show, because the real truth is hidden, the real goals are obfuscated.

100% with you on this, but this chump believes Trump is outside the establishment. We're gonna drain the swamp. Watch.

[–]Gravityflexo-1 points0 points  (4 children) | Copy

If you think anything going to change I think your the one who's living in a bubble. Nothing ever changes for the average person, the only thing that affected me in the last 20 years was that under Obama I was able to get health insurance at a decent price. Over a decade of owning my own business, the ridiculously expensive insurance policies were not realistic for me. Now Trump wants to get rid of it, I don't see it happening there's too much invested and I think he just pandered to the people who hate Obamacare just because it's called Obamacare

[–]lamentationsoftheir-1 points0 points  (3 children) | Copy

If you think anything going to change I think your the one who's living in a bubble. Nothing ever changes for the average person,

You know, you're right. Things are exactly like they were in 1776.


[–]Gravityflexo-1 points0 points  (2 children) | Copy

What does that have to do with anything?

[–]lamentationsoftheir0 points1 point  (1 child) | Copy

You're making the argument that there won't be any significant changes under Trump. I'm trying to point out to you that since 1776, things have changed considerably, sometimes in quick jumps, sometimes in slow drags, but change is the constant.

If you think things aren't going to change, you are living in the bubble called "I haven't studied history yet". Things will change slowly, 100% guaranteed. The real question is what will change suddenly, in a quick jump.

[–]Gravityflexo-1 points0 points  (0 children) | Copy

Oh, that's why you said 1776. The government wasnt nearly as corrupt as it is now. Back even a hundred years, things did change because it wasn't all about big business and lobbying like it is now. What has changed in the last 40 years? Last big change was civil rights, now no matter who is elected things stay the same in the interest of corporations

[–]ikinone-3 points-2 points  (0 children) | Copy

You're exactly the kind of person this post was hoping to educate. Seems it's lost on you though. Feel free to tell yourself how awesome you are.

[–]i4mn3014 points15 points  (0 children) | Copy

So you're now the self designated principal of the RP highschool? Telling us supposed thumb suckers what to do and what not to?

I'll enjoy Trump's win all I want. And the fact that this was perhaps, the "most humiliating" defeat for Clinton and her beta cuck supporters, makes me jizz even harder.

[–]johnchapel28 points29 points  (2 children) | Copy

Hillary isn't in office. So yes, we all won.

Even those pissbabies crying and protesting won. They're just too cucked to know the bullet they dodged.

[–]sleetx-5 points-4 points  (1 child) | Copy

They're just taking a page from the Trump playbook.

"I'll accept the outcome of the election....ONLY IF I WIN."

[–][deleted] 0 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy

Yes, but they aren't candidates, they are randoms.

Clinton could try that play without delusion (could actually net smth), this people? they aren't taking a page, they are just taking away any shred of dignity that was still theirs.

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[–]fignootins26 points27 points  (3 children) | Copy

If you needed any further confirmation that this sub has went downhill then this post getting upvoted is it.

How fucking beta can some of you be to upvote a post telling you what you should and shouldn't do to celebrate a victory? The first "tenet" of TRP is to do your own thing and not give a fuck about what other people tell you to do.

Fuck off with this beta shit.

[–]One_friendship_plz16 points17 points  (0 children) | Copy

I got pissed off till I read the comments, thank you for showing that this whole subreddit isn't completely warped yet. I haven't been active on here recently and when I came back I thought TRP was going to be dead from now on.

FUCK OP, it's negative garbage telling us that we should base our values on what he thinks. My life doesn't revolve around anyone here, and they need to get that straight. I'm allowed to be proud & happy for ANY reason and anyone who tells me otherwise can go fuck their self.

I NEVER look down on happy people, I'm atheist but I'm happy for the religious people who are actually happy with their life. We don't all have to be "right" or "wrong" our life doesn't have some kind of greater purpose I'm sure 100% of us believes in some kind of bullshit that isn't true, all we need to do is be happy and for each person it takes a different approach, he's going to get this subreddit running in circles like a cult.

[–][deleted] 2 points3 points  (0 children) | Copy

Yeah, grown men should open a champagne if they so like.

People getting at it like me should cheer a while, then focus back asap because they ain't there yet.

As always the problem with TRP are the narrow targets of many posts and the huge demographic behind it.

[–]trudatness 14 points14 points [recovered] | Copy

I'm going to stroke my revenge boner a few more days until I move on. There still too much SJW salt to enjoy.

[–]king_of_red_alphas0 points1 point  (1 child) | Copy

That's fair (and honest). Honestly, as somebody who hoped Trump would lose, I would have been doing the exact same thing.

[–]anonymousapple1113 points4 points  (0 children) | Copy

I don't understand how hysterical the sjws are getting. Their campaign message was their woke 8 year olds telling their parents about how Trump is voldemort and Hillary was khaleesi in a pantsuit. Turns out that shit doesn't work. Instead of doing some introspection and soul searching, they are literally defecating in the streets and rubbing poop on Trump's posters. It's scary to live in a world where mentally ill women and manginas have serious political power

[–]Rooster198124 points25 points  (1 child) | Copy

Well said. Let's get politics out of this sub. Redpill is not a conservative or liberal exclusive ideology and there's been a big drop in quality of content ever since the elections.

[–]rockedup186 points7 points  (0 children) | Copy

Trump didn't do it alone, go ahead and celebrate. Be proud our team won and be kind to the losers.

[–]Endorsed Contributor3030303030303015 points16 points  (0 children) | Copy

I like to think whole USA won.

With Hillary as POTUS? Forget about it.

[–][deleted] 8 points9 points  (0 children) | Copy

Actually I did because I worked on his campaign and I'm getting promoted because of it. No brakes!

[–]NeoreactionSafe40 points41 points  (47 children) | Copy


Your own life won't change because Trump won...


No it will.

The best comparison was the transition from Jimmy Carter to Ronald Reagan.

That change in leadership sent vibrations through the entire culture and it lasted for eight years. It was an amazing time... in some ways the "Golden Era" for America. (I'm 55 years old and lived through it)

Trump will have more trouble because he's openly fighting the Globalist Tyranny so it might not be as successful a time as the 1980's were. (though Reagan was shot by a friend of the Bush family)

But it will definitely change things... a lot... don't kid yourself.

Women will likely take to behaviors that are more feminine because when the leader has a masculine presence the women respond to those cues.


[–]Endorsed ContributorInvalidity26 points27 points  (24 children) | Copy

You're greatly overestimating the effects of his presidency. In reality, we will see more conservative policies in effect and hopefully a repeal of the insidious ACA. But to believe that women will revert to their conservative ways? Feminism has simply done far too much damage, the only thing that will change women to traditional values is if men stop being pussified.

[–]poochman8 points9 points  (7 children) | Copy

Is it possible Trump will inspire the next generation of men to not be so pussified? Maybe the new Trump-conservatives start to fight back in the culture wars. Start putting up a fucking fight against the liberals in Media, Hollywood, and Academia. Bring masculine energy and role models back into the mainstream for young boys. That's my hope...

[–]Senior Contributorexit_sandman9 points10 points  (2 children) | Copy

Is it possible Trump will inspire the next generation of men to not be so pussified?

Well, maybe there's a lesson to be learned - he got away with everything they tried to pin on him. Who complained most about him? White women. But who did the majority of white women ultimately vote for?

[–]flavourrush11 points12 points  (1 child) | Copy

there is only one thing men and women agree on: dont trust women

[–]poochman6 points7 points  (0 children) | Copy

Women's suffrage - worst thing to happen to Western Civilization.

[–]joh21416 points7 points  (3 children) | Copy

I don't know my generation grew up calling each other faggots and gaylords and had the following role models; Dwayne Johnson, Arnold Swarchneggar, Terry Crews a little older. My generation still turned out to be mostly liberal crying little feminist pawns who hold the door and apologizes when the woman is offended by it.

Just having role models and bringing masculine energy isn't enough when the rest of society treats masculine behavior as "boys will be boys" or "men are pigs" or teach people to snitch on bullies instead of overcoming that obstacle yourself. Instead of helping kids overcoming being bullied, they put kids in these safe haven where one kid calls them a loser. Since they aren't used to being shitted on, they commit suicide over minor shit being said. Kind of correlates to how millenials are. My God one of my friends attempted suicide because his girlfriend ditched him. Get your head out of your asses and stop being pussies. OFC you can't say that to a suicidal beta emotional wreck. Needless to say beta minded society won turning most men in my gen into betas

[–]juliusstreicher0 points1 point  (2 children) | Copy

Am I the only one here who doesn't know who the fuck terry crews is??

[–]joh21410 points1 point  (1 child) | Copy

He's the guy who used to be in the Old Spice commercials.

[–]Senior Contributordr_warlock6 points7 points  (8 children) | Copy

Yeah, I dont think Trump will repeal any anti men laws or fight against the feminazis, he just wont add to the fire. He'll bang more bitches (as if hasnt done enough already), while the rest are stuck with the shit formed during Obama's era.

[–]the_calibre_cat4 points5 points  (0 children) | Copy

Oh I think we'll certainly see Title IX insanity rolled back just a bit.

[–]_penseroso_3 points4 points  (3 children) | Copy

The main thing I hope for is a serious overhaul of divorce law, spousal support, as well as the removal of "common law relationships " in law.

[–]2 Senior Endorsed Contributorvengefully_yours6 points7 points  (2 children) | Copy

Hope in one hand, shit in the other.

Nobody gives a fuck about men. Accept it.

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[–]2 Senior Endorsed Contributorvengefully_yours0 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy

That's why we say give a fuck about yourself.

[–]juliusstreicher0 points1 point  (2 children) | Copy

No, The Donald can reverse a lot of the damage that Obamas mob has done by simply NOT using the Justice Department, as Obama did, to harass people to enforce his madness. Think of Lynch's pronouncement about "hate speech against Moslems". Would any other administration , even Carter's made such an assault on the 1st amendment as this?? No, even by doing, literally, nothing Trump can aid democracy and freedom in a way far greater than has been done in a long, long time.

[–]Endorsed ContributorInvalidity0 points1 point  (1 child) | Copy

So you think the answer to all this is for this government is to harass people? That's laughable. There's already going to be much reform that no such actions will be necessary. Why do we need to stoop down to their level? Most of these leftists are already making fools out of themselves by holding these protests and riots.

I expect the Republican dominated branches to create the appropriate legislation that will benefit the people AND silence these extremists.

[–]juliusstreicher0 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy

So you think the answer to all this is for this government is to harass people?

No, my answer is for the government to NOT harass people. The current administration uses the DOJ to harass/extort people, which an acceptable government would NOT do.

I think that my post is/was clear, but, I'll see what I can do to clarify.

[–]NeoreactionSafe0 points1 point  (3 children) | Copy

Well let's just see.

I've seen women smiling today which they might not have done a week ago.

Once the spoiled crying stops the manipulation will increase... feminine behavior is getting what a woman wants, but being gentle in getting it.

Women are thinking:

"Time to switch to a different sexual strategy... feminine is back on."

(they know the bitch face won't fly anymore)


[–]the_calibre_cat0 points1 point  (2 children) | Copy

Well I think that's ridiculous, frankly. Nothing works out quite that nicely, least of all fucking women.

[–]NeoreactionSafe1 point2 points  (1 child) | Copy

The Red Pill (Manosphere overall) was a big factor in Trump winning.

Women are beginning to pick up on this desire to restore masculinity.

Trump embodies the type of Alpha masculine ideal we admire so they all go together well.

Women are attracted to masculine men so it makes sense that after they think about it a little (after a good cry) they might realize:


"Hey life might be better this way. Maybe it's time for masculinity and femininity to be rediscovered."


So they take off the "Bitch Face" and wear a smile.

People feel good about Trump... not all... but many are very satisfied.

Today it was all smiles... even old couples were laughing and smiling today.

The mood is very positive.


[–]the_calibre_cat0 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy

While I'm delighted and experiencing my sense of schadenfreude at the liberal pearl clutching going on, I agree that Trump is interesting, at the very least, and I am cautiously optimistic about what he might do.

That said, man, there are some folks who are understandably worried about him. It isn't all smiles and happy faces to me, and the left-media establishment is getting right down to business creating their cultural narrative to adapt to the new reality.

They aren't gonna sit this one out, the election's not the end of the fight. We have an existential obligation not to let the Republicans fuck up again.

[–]joh21418 points9 points  (19 children) | Copy

First the "amazing time" really only applied for fortunate white folks. America really wasn't that great back then either. What you're speaking of again is subjective and you buy into that whoever is president will significantly change your life. It won't. It won't change who you are. It won't change how American people feel or think. It won't stop Americans from being against Trump just like people were against Obama for 8 years. If you believe people magically change who they are just because the name of the leadership changes, then what are you doing on red pill? People are PUSHED to do something. You think all those liberals will magically turn to be like "Yeah locker room talk is OK, he's not sexist or racist?" No. People are lashing back harder because they believe he's the ultimate representation of those things. I'm not saying which candidate was right or wrong. There is no right or wrong in politics. That's what some of you retards who claim you swallow the red pill don't quite understand. It's a matter of opinion and honestly even if we became socialists or communists, our lives would go on and the sun would rise the next day and while the minor details of your life may change or your daily routine, who you are and what you do doesn't change or is really affected by it.

If it does, then you're swallowing the blue pill. Listening and adopting opinions that are someone else's. Basically doing as you're told. Some people treat it like if you're a good citizen under Trump, you must be a good American but if you did those same things under Obama, you're a liberal no good shitting dick sucker who's a socialist who wants terrorists to take over.

[–]juliusstreicher2 points3 points  (5 children) | Copy

Sorry, you're wrong. Things were better with Reagan than Carter. You're crying like a bitch about white people privilege, and you're full of shit, and confusing the issues. Also, you're lying about the facts. Blacks had every right that white people did, and were allowed to exercise them. Yada yada with your shit analysis.

Reagan had an excellent and pithy phrase that he used for the '84 campaign, and he couldn't be hit on it because it showed the improvement. It was "Are you better off now than you were four years ago?"

[–]joh2141-1 points0 points  (4 children) | Copy

I'm not bitching. I'm objectively speaking. This was around the time of crooked cops and the police brutality against blacks. The comment I replied to is in reference to the golden era of America. It was only golden era for a specific class of Americans making it a subjective viewpoint.

I'm not the one hamstering subjective views as universal so you can't really say I'm full of shit. Things were way more unified under Reagan (for voters & electoral at least) which is why many people can say they liked him. But some of Reagan's policies were absolute trash and it still affects us today.

[–]juliusstreicher0 points1 point  (3 children) | Copy

No, reread my post and dismiss yours if you want objective truth.

I'll give you an assignment: write out your criteria for better, get a consensus from 1member of both parties and races, then go to the library and research there. Doesn't have to be political science e stuff, just use newspapers. You'll find out that I'm correct and you are wrong!

Good luck.

[–]joh21410 points1 point  (2 children) | Copy

Yeah you do realize newspapers didn't report cops killing innocent black people for quite a while after Reagan; it just wasn't reported. I'm not implying there was a better party or alternative but anyone who denies how some of his policies still hurt us today is just out of touch with reality.

Listen again... you're under this bubble perspective. I am by no means these shithead liberals and I don't disagree with Republican views. But you're basically saying "This is my opinion and since it's my opinion it's fact." There is no real right or wrong in politics. It's just us vs them. If you can't understand that, I don't know wtf you learned in RP. Falling into these sects and beliefs dictated by a political party is pretty beta.

[–]juliusstreicher0 points1 point  (1 child) | Copy

Well, on your "newspapers didn' people", you're wrong. The papers DID report them. EXCEPT, that they weren't reported, as you have done, as "cops killing innocent black people". The default position is that a white cop is driving around, "looking for an uppity nigger" or a "DWB" so the racist cop will have an opportunity to kill him.

A. Innocent white people get killed quite as often as innocent black people, when an officer thinks that there is reasonable cause.

B. Compare whitecop/whitesuspect shootings. You'll see that the cops gun down the whites quite as freely as the black ones, and with the same impunity.Black cops are the ones who kill black citizens, usually. Usually. Note that, ironically in re your post, the reason that it is such a big thing NOW is the fact that white cop on black suspect is being reported by the newspapers, with the not so subtle subtext of it being caused by racism. Again, look at the facts in a whitecop/blacksuspect killing. Usually, once the facts are in, even YOU would agree that the killing, though regrettable, was justified.

C. It wasn't Reagan's policies that got suspects shot, or cops exonerated. All of those were handled at the local level; it was the IAD of Police departments that let the shooters off (when a bad shooting was the issue), and the local District Attorneys.

[–]joh21410 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy

Oh by his policies I'm talking about his drug campaign policies and how it evolved to today. As for cops, I'm not correlating anything that happens today with Reagan as the one responsible for it. Even Trump agrees about the nonviolent criminals shouldn't be in jail and getting worse, they should be getting help.

[–]NeoreactionSafe0 points1 point  (12 children) | Copy

The masculine tone will effect women.

Women have been exposed to a dysfunctional system where they learned all sorts of bad habits.

Place a masculine man at the top and subliminally the women all fall into line.

I've already seen subtle changes... women who now smile that might not have before.

Masculinity tends to calm women down, makes them more feminine.


[–]joh21412 points3 points  (11 children) | Copy

I've already seen subtle changes... women who now smile that might not have before.

Yeah must be because of Trump. /s

How are you TRP endorsed when you say stuff like that? I don't care what women think but you're RP endorsed. Yet you buy and fall into the same manipulation strategy politics puts on you. Feminism won't stop just because Trump is there. They're just going to wait. Women won't "fall in line." Once feminazi wave started, it was too late. Inherently western feminism is cancer because it evolved the average minds of women into hamstering morons.

Masculinity don't calm women down; it puts their guards up. You ever see a woman put her guard up on a beta pussy boy? No but she has her guard up against that alpha af guy. That masculinity is almost overreaching and threatening to her. Again I have to question TRP endorsed title... Your first comment had good amount of info in it I don't know what happened here.

[–]NeoreactionSafe2 points3 points  (8 children) | Copy

Hey I'm just giving real world feedback.

Women in my area seem exceptionally eager to be seen as "not like the Feminists" and smiling.

But I'm in Wisconsin which is an area that suddenly switched sides.

The mood of change has effected these women... bitch face gone... feminine woman returned with a smile.

If you are in a "deep blue" state I can imagine things are still deeply into the crying.

Seems to me the women cried once and are better now... ready to be feminine again.

Again... honesty is the root thing here... it's feedback from the real world... my own eyes.


[–]Endorsed ContributorJamesSkepp1 point2 points  (0 children) | Copy

The mood of change has effected these women... bitch face gone... feminine woman returned with a smile.

B/c Trump won and they ate attracted to his masculinity.


[–]aanarchist0 points1 point  (1 child) | Copy

part of me wonders is like, is trump president cuz i willed it. like the world is my playground, it can't be just a coincidence that as i'm actually starting to walk the red pill road to manhood that a non puppet president gets elected who actually acts like a man, and that i'm meeting a bunch of nice and positive people wheras once i was a cynic fuck who only met sadcunts. it's like things are starting to come together collectively. we're still in the baby steps, there's a lot of work ahead of us, but we'll get there.

[–]NeoreactionSafe1 point2 points  (0 children) | Copy

Partially yes it was because you willed it.

We are co-creators of reality.

The Manosphere (where the Red Pill is one small fraction) has had a large effect in waking people up.

Infowars now gets more viewers than the "Legacy Media".

The days when Blue Pill brainwashing was not challenged are over... free thinking is beginning to be restored.


[–]joh21410 points1 point  (2 children) | Copy

Real world feedback or just your personal opinions? I can make an observation about my real world experiences and my perception of them could be 100% wrong.

If I shave my pubes off and I saw a random girl smiling, do I think women get more feminine when I shave off my pubes? How do you correlate that to the other? I hate taking the feminists side but she's probably just trying to be a "gracious loser" to save face. Women are willing to be feminine if they are attracted to someone, not because some person became president it magically triggers her hormones. Doubly so if her perception of the man is pretty low.

[–]NeoreactionSafe0 points1 point  (1 child) | Copy

Just honest feedback that's all.

Maybe it was just the fact it was a sunny day and these girls (three separate examples today) were all in a good mood.

All I'm saying is that yesterday was the day the girls cried. (saw a few)

Today they seem over it and are quick to adapt to the new reality of a masculine president.

We haven't had a man like this as president for a long time.


[–]MolotovSalineIVfluid0 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy

Trump can do him... I will do me... but if he turns off women to masculine alphas then FUCK we alphas got a major problem... I hope women continue to think with their ovaries and not with logic of that I am like Trump a narcissistic asshole.

[–]king_of_red_alphas0 points1 point  (1 child) | Copy

Did it occur to you that you are radiating happiness now because you were elated about eh Trump win, so that elation was being reflected back at you.

When you were walking around bitter about the world, the world probably reflected that at you as well.

You sound delusional.

[–]NeoreactionSafe0 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy

Then how come the day after I saw girls crying... then the second day we see all smiles?

No... it's more realistic to say that something significant had occurred.

America "woke up" a little... and more will come.

What do we always say?


Enjoy the Destruction of the Blue Pill mythology.

"Kill the Beta". as long as the beta keeps dying (waking up) and women are smiling (Tingles) I think we (masculine men) are going to feel good.

"Feels Good Man":


[–][deleted] 0 points1 point  (1 child) | Copy

"Your own life won't change because Trump won"

Well right off the back, my taxes will be lowered... Meaning I will be ALLOWED TO KEEP more of the money that I EARNED. If someone doesnt consider that "changing my life" then idk what is lol

[–]NeoreactionSafe0 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy

Yeah this whole line of reasoning that this won't change anything is bullshit.


Things are not going to be the same... and it's for the best.


[–]grass_cutter29 points30 points  (34 children) | Copy

he won, he achieved, he worked harder than the other candidate and he managed a much more intelligent campaign.

It's doubtful he worked harder than Hillary. You can even argue he didn't even campaign smarter.

I mean, you can say his stance on key policy issues, and his charisma/ personality/ celebrity, won him the day.

You also can't discount the fact that his opponent, Hillary, has a past of complete corruption and ZERO charisma. And I'm a liberal.

No doubt he worked hard, but his positioning as an outsider/ brash tell it like it is, is his personality - not necessarily a calculated move.

His ground game was horrendous, he barely got endorsements, he alienated the Republican party (not as a strategy but as an emotional impulse), he got into Twitter wars with beauty pageant contestants and had a few October surprises.

Nah his campaigning way pretty crap; but his hardline immigration stance, position on TPP vs. Hillary's horrendous one, and his 'outsider non-PC' personality carried the day.

Your thesis that WORK HARD > GET RESULTS is not supported here. If anything it shows a person with a lot of charisma and status and background can actually make A LOT of technical fuckups and still win the day. This statement actually has a lot of carryover to seduction in general. Micromanaging every last "campaign move" may move the needle a little bit on women, but it's really "who you are" that will carry the day. And if you're good looking or alpha enough, you can be forgiven for A LOT of crap.

The election probably does have an impact one everyone's life, though maybe not "end of days" type shit like everyone is saying. As long as we don't go to war.

I don't think we'll see "radical change" when Trumpsters just "re-elected" most of Congress entirely, the establishment Congress, the Paul Ryan Congress. Not much a revolution when Trump has to get them to agree to everything he does pretty much. That's rose-colored glasses.

47% of the country voted for Trump. (vs 48% for Hillary, who admittedly, was also shit). Any single person who 'pats themselves on the back' for a single vote is a moron but eh. Trump's policies will either help the middle class, or they won't - and you get no special privileges if you voted for him, or not.

[–]Werewolf35b26 points27 points  (15 children) | Copy

He was doing up to five rallies a day. She didn't even have a press conference for 300 days.

He absolutely worked harder than her

[–]NightFire4517 points18 points  (9 children) | Copy

Trump definitely won because of timing and nothing else. The GOP had no viable nominees and then the DNC placed their most unlikable candidate possible. The GOP won with Trump trying to Fuck it up the entire time.

[–]Dr_Frogstein15 points16 points  (6 children) | Copy

Love reading these posts. As if Rubio or Cruz would have generated the necessary turn out to flip PA, Wisconsin, and likely Michigan. Lol.

[–]grass_cutter6 points7 points  (5 children) | Copy

Cruz was hated by both bases, so I'm not even sure why he was in contention. Honestly. True blue conservatives liked him maybe.

Rubio is hard to say, I feel like he's mostly a blank slate vs. Hillary.

As a liberal it's hard to assess the Republican candidates - I watched all their debates. They all DID seem like a gang of stiff losers and wimps vs. Trump, with the exception of Christie maybe, who never went after Trump.

I think Jeb Bush ... by any other name ... would have had a landslide vs. Hillary, if it weren't for his name. Like ... just a normal Republican candidate. Again, I'm a liberal talking here.

Romney even would have landslided Hillary.

On the flipside, I feel like Biden would have landslided Trump, Bernie harder to say but I think he would have fared a LOT better than Hillary as well.

[–]NightFire459 points10 points  (1 child) | Copy

Exactly, he was up against very very flawed candidates from beginning to end. As they say timing is everything and Trump timed his run perfectly (good on him). If the DNC didn't have their blinders on with Hillary they would have noticed that she was extremely un-liked and killed her nomination from the start. Instead they figured after a black president a female nominee must be a slam dunk. Maybe but Hillary is not that candidate. Trump won because Democrat voters were so put off that they didn't bother to vote.

[–]MultiverseWolf2 points3 points  (0 children) | Copy

My friend who's a milennial, Muslim of Arab heritage voted for Trump because he can't take how fucking corrupt Hillary is, and how the campaign keeps trying to guilt trip people into voting for her. And he said a lot of his Muslim friends does that too. So not only potential Dems voters were so put off not to vote, some of them voted for Trump, just out of despise for Hillary's campaign.

[–]Werewolf35b-2 points-1 points  (2 children) | Copy

"Again, I'm a liberal talking here"

Trust us, we know. Your faulty logic and lack of reason tell us you are well before you point it out.

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[–]supamario1321 point2 points  (0 children) | Copy

the timing of Comey's rehash was too perfect. Looking back, I feel like he fucked around so much because he knew he had that ringer ready

[–]juliusstreicher0 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy

Nope, Trump had a message and style. I think that style can kick the shit out of other qualifications in any election.

[–]slay_it_forward2 points3 points  (0 children) | Copy

He was just the face behind the same movement that had Britain leave the EU. Everything else is secondsry.

[–]waynebradysworld-2 points-1 points  (6 children) | Copy

How is this horrible terrible no good very bad post not buried at the bottom?

You are literally so wrong about so many things i can't even decide where to begin. I hope everything bad in the world happens to you, you, and only you.

[–]milano_siamo_noi2 points3 points  (1 child) | Copy

I hope everything bad in the world happens to you, you, and only you.

That's like the most alpha comment ever. Amused mastery at it's finest.

[–]waynebradysworld-1 points0 points  (0 children) | Copy

If you'll excuse me, I have to go put some water Grass_Cutter's mama's dish.

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[–][deleted] 6 points7 points  (0 children) | Copy

Actually a lot may change. I may lose my insurance. That's huge to me.

[–]50red2 points3 points  (0 children) | Copy

Yet our testosterone levels still spiked.

[–][deleted] 2 points3 points  (0 children) | Copy

I disagree. Those who fought to sway public opinion accomplished something, and they have a right to be proud of what they accomplished.

[–]mitzibishi2 points3 points  (0 children) | Copy

Can we stop with the politics now?

[–]frys1802 points3 points  (0 children) | Copy

And if you're liberal, get the fuck over it and start doing something productive again. The world won't end, and likely very little will change.

My fucking facebook feed. Jesus christ. I hated both of them but a lot of people on my feed don't know what it means to pick your shit up and go forward. So what he wasn't your choice. Adapt and move on.

[–]scramtek10 points11 points  (10 children) | Copy

Left with the choice between either a deluded megalomaniac or someone so evil, duplicitous and corrupt that you'd be hard pushed to find a more unsuitable candidate, the better option prevailed.
That being said, millions of Trump supporters seem to genuinely believe that a privileged billionaire who lives in a gold skyscraper is going to fight for the common man against corporate interests and the global institutions those corporations operate within.
I understand that a vote for Trump was a protest vote against the SJW/BLM insanity that neo-liberalism has become.
But Trump is no more anti-establishment than people thought Obama would be. How well did that 'Hope & Change' rhetoric turn out?
People seem to have such short memories. And an almost fatal optimism. A never-ending belief that 'it'll be different this time!'.
It's entirely irrelevant who is president, or which party they represent. Either way, the people lose and TPTB win.

[–]enfier0 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy

Every president we've had previously had gotten there through enormous amounts of wheeling and dealing and fundraising. The only way to win was to promise the farm to whoever was willing to write a check. I'm wondering what a candidate without those loyalties does. At this point, he doesn't even need money, his legacy will now be determined by his success or failure as president. In short, all the incentives are in the right place and he seems to be an intelligent man that's pretty politically centrist. Plus, he knows how to persuade and how to make a deal where even his enemies feel like they've won. It's surely no promise of improvement, but at least all the right ingredients are there.

[–]improve_myself0 points1 point  (6 children) | Copy

Trump was not funded by Goldman Sachs etc - it was far more from his personal money and small, individual donations. This is far different to Hillary and Obama. He absolutely is not an Establishment figure.

[–]scramtek0 points1 point  (5 children) | Copy

He's going to appoint Mnuchin, a 17 year veteran of Goldman Sachs as Treasury Secretary.

[–]improve_myself0 points1 point  (4 children) | Copy

His lack of corporate donations and unprecedented attack from the mainstream media, as well as figures within the Republican party, show how non-establishment he was.

[–]scramtek0 points1 point  (3 children) | Copy

Making the assumption that, because Trump did not make corporate donations is proof that he's 'non-establishment', is a logical fallacy.
One cannot infer his allegiance to corporate welfare solely from his level of campaign donations.

Is it not possible that he is so much a part of corporate establishment that it's not necessary for him to make donations? That not only does the corporate world know for sure that he's one of them, but that one corporate leader would never give free money to another corporate leader. It would demean both Trump and the recipients.
Let's wait and see what policies he tries to push through before we conclude who he's working for.
He may be someone who's going to fight for the common man. Or he may be the same as every president. Someone who promises that ideal and then proves otherwise.

Optimism can be a really helpful attribute. Those who have it in abundance are able to rebound quicker from negative events.
But it can also hinder the ability of people to reach an objective awareness about events.

[–]improve_myself0 points1 point  (2 children) | Copy

You've misconstrued my relatively short sentence, intentionally or otherwise. You've already stated 'Trump is no more anti-establishment than Obama' but now you want to wait and see his policies?

[–]scramtek0 points1 point  (1 child) | Copy

Personally, I have no doubt that Trump is part of the establishment.
When I said "Let's wait.." I was using the pejorative 'we', and was just trying to minimise the rude awakening you're in for when you realise as much a few months/years down the line.

[–]improve_myself0 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy

The only evidence you presented was him putting forward a previous Goldman Sachs employee. I can't see you not believing anyone is a member of the Establishment.

[–]Gravityflexo0 points1 point  (1 child) | Copy

Seriously, what makes Clinton so corrupt ? She took money from the Clinton foundation to find her campaign, that's what I gather is her corruptness. I just don't see that as being that big of a deal. Maybe I'm missing a big part of it, I dunno. But I thought all politicians did this to a less degree in lobbying

[–]scramtek1 point2 points  (0 children) | Copy

Watch Clinton Cash. A well made documentary that'll give you some insight into the Clinton Foundation.
If you're open to theories, check out The Clinton Chronicles. It covers the long list of people who get in the way of the Clintons and end up dead.

[–]Senior Contributor: "The Court Jester"GayLubeOil11 points12 points  (2 children) | Copy

I don't know bro CisWhiteMalestrom and I were Instrumental in creating the unique culture of The_Donald subreddit. This election has provided an opportunity for members of the dissident right to work together and meet each other through Skype.

Iv met some very big influential authors, went on television, and learned a lot about leadership.

A lot of things are going to change starting with Obango Care and Ending with a wall that keeps Guillermos and Juanitas from crashing our welfare state with no survivors.

[–]rayyaal[S] 0 points1 point  (1 child) | Copy

In your particular case, I would agree. If the victory is yours because you genuinely played a part in it, then it's your chance to celebrate your victories. You earn the right to savor victory.

But keep in mind, even given your greater than average involvement in the Trump movement you still didn't post a shit thread about it.

[–]trexiL1 point2 points  (0 children) | Copy

I'd give you gold for that last sentence if any of us gave a fuck about internet points

[–]perkam6 points7 points  (0 children) | Copy

If you don't think societal norms just got flipped on their head because of a Trump victory, you're living under a rock.

A better post would have been.

Trump won. Now get out there and never stop being a winner in YOUR life.

[–]grewapair6 points7 points  (0 children) | Copy

Bullshit. Trump wants to end the cheap H1-B visa workers that have capped engineers' salaries for decades. Hillary would have had her hand out and when enough "donations" to her foundation poured in, she would have handed out H1-B visas like candy.

That's just for starters. We all won because the corruption will be limited.

[–]francis_sandow11 points12 points  (4 children) | Copy

I'm glad you posted this because it's a message worth repeating. If you're serious about self improvement, who is occupying the Oval Office is irrelevant.

Women are crushed that Hillary didn't get the job. Woman are shaken to the core that seeing the first woman President take the Oath of Office won't happen for at least four years. Women are mentally shutting down because of the results of the election. And that's because they're women.

Their world is determined by the success and failures of others. Their self worth is determined by external events, and their happiness is linked to other's actions, not their own accomplishments. There's nothing wrong with existing like that, because it's all they are capable of and is the natural order of things. But we shouldn't fall into the trap of thinking that because a woman behaves this way, it's fine for a man to do the same.

[–][deleted] 1 point2 points  (1 child) | Copy

Their world is determined by the success and failures of others.

This is more true for men. Look at the passionate fans of any sports clubs. Look at religious fanatics. Look at gang members. Mostly men. Men love to identify with groups and that's good because it makes them better soldiers.

[–]Tie5o110 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy

I would love to see an expansive debate on this. I have no side at this time but I think there is a lot to discuss here.

[–]RedBeorn1 point2 points  (0 children) | Copy

Women are crushed that Hillary didn't get the job. Woman are shaken to the core that seeing the first woman President take the Oath of Office won't happen for at least four years. Women are mentally shutting down because of the results of the election. And that's because they're women.

Trump won the vote of white women by 10 points.

If you're serious about self improvement, who is occupying the Oval Office is irrelevant.

We are not individual atoms. We are all affected by a greater consciousness. Your defeatist, nihilistic attitude about life is what Nietzsche spent his life trying to fight.

What is self-improvement? Is it not increasing your own influence, your own power over the world? Whether that be power over your women, or other men, or your very environment? Does not a man with more value hold more power? One million men, exerting their influence in harmony have the power to change the world. "It don't matter, none of this matters" is the rallying cry of the defeated man.

I understand what you're saying: any man that allows himself to be consumed by the success or failure of other individuals has allowed himself to be enslaved. This does not mean that important events are "irrelevant."

[–]Ayubdj70 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy

Focus on what you can control. You can't control external events, only your response to them. Don't forget, though, that you can prepare for things so they don't catch you by surprise and doing your best can have a big influence on what happens next.

[–]aanarchist10 points11 points  (4 children) | Copy

yea that's some dumb shit how people are like we won, they say the same shit for their sports teams. it's like no bro, you didn't do shit, someone else did and you watched them win. this is why you don't watch news it's bad for you like it has nothing to do with you and your life.

[–][deleted] 6 points7 points  (3 children) | Copy

Yea, no

A sports team winning has no bearing on your life.

But trump winning over crooked hillary will have huge ramifications on our lives.

[–]aanarchist0 points1 point  (2 children) | Copy

i mean if he's gonna do it then show me, but regardless of what he does it doesn't change my life goals, it might open a few doors for me at most.

[–]AnindoorcatBot0 points1 point  (1 child) | Copy

This sub is full of brain damaged people now

[–]aanarchist0 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy

we're all damaged in our own way.

[–]F_Dingo4 points5 points  (0 children) | Copy

You're completely right that as individuals none of us "won" in the traditional sense. We didn't take the stage and deliver a victory speech. Despite that, I can take my own little personal victory from this all. Someone with my set of beliefs won and will be crafting national policy to reflect that. That in itself is my own little victory, and I'm going to savor it.

[–]eg140003 points4 points  (1 child) | Copy

"Our country is now in serious and unprecedented never before. This election is a total sham and a travesty. We are not a democracy! More votes equals a loss...revolution! Lets fight like hell and stop this great and disgusting injustice! The world is laughing at us. We can't let this happen. We should march on Washington and stop this travesty. Our national is totally divided! The phoney electoral college made a laughing stock out of our nation. The loser one! He lost the popular vote by a lot and won the election. We should have a revolution in this country! Well, back to the drawing board! The electoral college is a disaster for democracy!" -Donald Trump 2012

[–][deleted] 2 points3 points  (0 children) | Copy

Hilary Clinton won the popular vote over Obama in 2008 but I bet you didn't care then

[–]nrafield1 point2 points  (0 children) | Copy

I don't think anyone seriously thinks that Trump is going to improve average standard of living tenfold and take from rich and give it to the poor. That doesn't mean people can't be happy about it. Some people perhaps weren't quite sure if Trump stood for the right thing, or if anyone actually believed in him and his promises, and now are glad to know that they aren't the only ones who fell for it.

[–]1nonthaki1 point2 points  (1 child) | Copy

The coming days will either prove you wrong or right .

[–]Horus_Krishna_21 point2 points  (0 children) | Copy

I expect economy to get worse. no, not whining, there will be opportunities opening up due to that, so I'm changing my long term plan, had been assuming otherwise.

[–]joh21411 point2 points  (0 children) | Copy

Yeah people need to stop bitching on social media or act like they just invented a cure for cancer. Yes it'll affect us but it's not that big a factor where you need to cry endlessly about it. People who define themselves with political identity don't really belong in red pill.

[–][deleted] 1 point2 points  (0 children) | Copy

I'm going to stroke my revenge boner as much as I want. I love rubbing it in SJW faces that the general public thought that a piece of shit scumbag like Trump was better than their candidate

[–][deleted] 1 point2 points  (1 child) | Copy

Great job trying to drop politics from TRP.

[–]rayyaal[S] -1 points0 points  (0 children) | Copy

I know... It was futile. I think it's time for a break from this sub till shit goes back to normal.

[–]bigcitytruth1 point2 points  (0 children) | Copy

Trump won because Hillary was a shitty candidate. Projecting something more complex upon that is doing the redpill a disservice.

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You vote every day for a better world by having the opportunity to role up your sleeves, get to work, and make it better yourself.

Volunteer to help clean up your local parks, at an animal shelter, or work with kids at an after school program of some kind. Bitching on the internet accomplishes nothing.

Personally I don't like Trump. I don't like Hillary either or any of the third party candidates. But Trump's our new president and I have to respect the man for working his way to such a prestigious position.

[–]McLarenX1 point2 points  (0 children) | Copy

Yes but it encourages us to work hard because we know we will still have a future in 10-20 years.

[–]oxykitten80mg1 point2 points  (0 children) | Copy

What If I worked on the Trump campaign?

[–]HUGEbigtoe1 point2 points  (0 children) | Copy

My taxes increase under his plan, so there's that.

[–]Mckallidon1 point2 points  (0 children) | Copy

So much win my sector. No amount of salt can stop it. We're putting the miners back to work folks.

[–]Ayubdj71 point2 points  (0 children) | Copy

Focus on what you can control. You can't control external events, only your response to them. Don't forget, though, that you can prepare for things so they don't catch you by surprise and doing your best can have a big influence on what happens next.

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[–]TheGreatBalls1 point2 points  (0 children) | Copy

What if Trump was the one who rigged the election? That's fucked up.

[–]Ohboohoolittlegirl1 point2 points  (0 children) | Copy

Its just as stupid as people who get drunk and party cause a sportsteam won something.

[–]VivaCheeseWhiz2 points3 points  (0 children) | Copy

But the liberal tears are flowing and I can't help but quench my thirst.

[–]Trump_will_win_20165 points6 points  (1 child) | Copy

I NEVER say "we" when a sports team from my hometown for example, wins a game, that is pathetic and bitchy. But this election is another story, the characteristics and actions that Trump has taken to pull off the greatest upset in American political history can be applied to anyone's life. That is why i support him, because I support who he is as a person and have used the qualities he has displayed to improve my own life. Trump did not just win, Trump supporters did also.

[–]mklpo4 points5 points  (2 children) | Copy

tying your identity and self pride to any group shows a core weakness, though it is the most natural/deep of human instincts.

group can be political, racial or grown men chasing a ball.

[–]BlackPigeonSpeaks 2 points2 points [recovered] | Copy

Isolation shows a core weakness, as well as a bit of arrogant delusion.

We are tribal creatures. We evolved to be social and live in a community. We depend on each other. We live our lives for other people.

The individual is a pathetic ideal to live for. It is all wiped away with death.

[–]mklpo2 points3 points  (0 children) | Copy

you can keep your identity/pride not tied to groups and yet be healthily active in community, those are not mutually exclusive.

[–]Jcart1053 points4 points  (1 child) | Copy

Considering Trump getting elected might have single-handedly saved us from war with Russia, I'd say it affects our lives pretty significantly.

[–]zukoandhonor2 points3 points  (0 children) | Copy

I'm a trump supporter, i really agree with this post.

[–]justaskingman74 points5 points  (1 child) | Copy

Your own life won't change because Trump won...

That's stupid. For the one and obvious point being that if you gather inspiration or hope or whatever else from the victory.. then yes, your life will change. Even if you don't, it will change in some way of thinking or feeling, albeit if only for a little while.

This is half the reason why he won, because of shit cunts like you. How dare you tell me what to think or feel or act or whatever? Who the fuck are you? If I want to shove you to the ground and laugh at you because you're shitty candidate lost, as should have been the way, then I will. If I want to gloat, then I will too. I will do what I want.

What men do is they seek victory, and when they win or their team wins.. they are happy and fucking show it. It's another post against being masculine or manly, exactly what the election came down to and it was people like me telling people like you to not worry about it, you do you, we will do us. There are no safe spaces and if you really care about it - guess what, go away, don't read, deal with it, whatever.. but don't tell me to not gloat in a fabulous victory.

Oh and on the notion on being productive, people 'feeding their revenge boner' is very very productive. Pushing back and telling people they can fuck off is very valuable. Run the liberal race the whole way and you will shudder at the scenes you see, people walking around like mutes, safe spaces every 2 miles incase you're triggered, white male men disadvantaged as a result of the huge swing away from them by demonizing them for every single problem...

Fuck off.

[–]rayyaal[S] -1 points0 points  (0 children) | Copy

You're so far off the point you're lost.

[–]JohnnyRaz2 points3 points  (0 children) | Copy

Oh shut the hell up OP, you sound like a whiny bitch.

To say that Trump winning is not a victory for straight white men is stupid as all hell.

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[–]StoicRN-3 points-2 points  (1 child) | Copy

Great to see some logic. so tired of seeing this RP and MGTOW trump cock carousel.

and look at everyone in this thread.. "DONT TAKE AWAY MY ACCOMPLISHMENT Ive been posting about trump on the internet for months now!!! We earned this! Donald Trump is such a smart gifted man. What a man. and Obama, what a piece of shit."

you "republicans" look like bigger vaginas than the proverbial "liberals". "Oh all these oppressive laws against men :*( Trump will use his prejudices to save me from this culture of man-hatred!".

[–]trexiL-1 points0 points  (0 children) | Copy

Tired of seeing people assign bullshit labels to others out of disagreement. If it's not a collective achievement, what is it? Do you think Trump got elected all by himself?

I wonder if people like you think before posting, or if you just eat too many Alphabet Ohs before bedtime..

[–]AmazonExplorer1 point2 points  (0 children) | Copy

This post is just autism. No one is taking credit for Trump's victory, but every Trump supporter helped him get into the white house and deserves to celebrate.

[–]kanyewost1 point2 points  (4 children) | Copy

True, I don't mind Trump the man, hell he even was in the WWE lmao

I dislike his voters, living vicariously through another man

Trump would have openly gone on the Democrat Ticket if the Republicans booted him out at the start

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[–]Magnum2562 points3 points  (0 children) | Copy

I think one central figurehead is sort of necessary in dealing with international issues. Many issues aren't one dimensional, you can't just throw a finance minister, or an army general, or an environmentalist at a problem and expect to solve anything. Many issues have many layers and ultimately culminate at the top for the President to either communicate to whoever needs to know, or to make a final judgement. Sometimes we find ourselves in coin-flip situations where we either say yes or say no, when we decide to launch the nukes or not, and there needs to be one single guy at the top who makes that final and absolute decision, otherwise it's going to be chaos.

[–]cody00181 point2 points  (0 children) | Copy

Yeah seriously the person in office barely affects citizens at all. Congrats to Donald Trump.

[–]Viet_Lt1 point2 points  (0 children) | Copy

This election was a huge slap to all the feminists

[–][deleted] 0 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy

As someone from Sweden, this was the first time in 2 years I woke up with a smile. Let me have that. We had a left-wing Trump take away the leadership from Fredrik Reinfeldt who was appraised as leading the most competent government in the western world by WSJ, FT, Economist etc. But my fellow countrymen voted for SJW-Trump. So please, let me have this joy.

[–]WerewolfofWS2 points3 points  (0 children) | Copy

Fuck this guy. So people shouldn't be happy when their team or country wins in sports either I presume? All of us played a part - whether you posted a comment that someone else read and was influenced by but I can feel it affect my own behavior - it may be the testosterone increase from any time a team wins but suddenly, I feel more bold in my interactions and fuck yeah, using that as motivation to quote the Donald is gonna be HYUUUUUGE

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Trump's running mate Mike Pence is an illiterate on Evolution. He thinks that "Intelligent Design" is some sort of rational explanation of the world. It is pathetic to see people celebrate the victory of scientific ignorance, but what is relieving is that the weak kneed cuckolds of the Left have been beaten down.

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[–][deleted] 1 point2 points  (6 children) | Copy

True. I think that this election underlines the need to be patient with educating people and moving forward. It is very difficult, though, as an atheist to see the views that most of Trump's cabinet has on vaccines and evolution. Climate change is meh, but well.

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[–][deleted] 4 points5 points  (4 children) | Copy

Faith poisons everything. If only the great Hitchens were still alive. Maybe then Trump wouldn't have won and Sanders would have a better chance at getting the nomination. That is, of course, an assumption seeing that Clinton manipulated the Democratic nomination in the first place. We, as Atheists, have our work cut out for us, now more than ever

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[–][deleted] 1 point2 points  (2 children) | Copy

For far too long leftists have attempted to own atheism. It is time they learned WE CAN NOT BE BOUGHT.


rationality is not for sale, and Atheism has been plagued by the pink haired nutjobs for too damn long. What with the Atheism+ crowd and their influence on the college campuses. Trump is a symbol of the resistance, and he alone will be able to bring us back from the brink.

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[–][deleted] 0 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy

True. They believe in the Knight in Shining Armour, and atheism is just another way for them to be "included". I think Atheism has falsely allied itself with Feminism and Social Justice and has lost the plot in the process.

[–]AnindoorcatBot2 points3 points  (0 children) | Copy

How did this beta pussy loser talk get so many upvotes?

[–]Theophagist3 points4 points  (3 children) | Copy

How the fuck did this drivel get 150 more ups since I last checked? Did the platitude slinging assholes of r / getmotivated brigade us?

[–]frys1802 points3 points  (2 children) | Copy

It's because a lot of people can relate to what he's saying. I'm willing to bet your facebook is also filled with people upset at trump winning.

[–]Theophagist0 points1 point  (1 child) | Copy

So tell me what I know, and I identify with you! Come on now, we're not in high school anymore. Or at least, I'm not.

[–]frys1801 point2 points  (0 children) | Copy

I'm not necessarily 'against' what you're saying. Just wanted to give you a heads up as to why..

[–]trexiL0 points1 point  (1 child) | Copy

Bullshit. I voted for him. I debated countless leftists and SJWs on the merits of free market capitalism, the rule of law, and the role of government.

No, I didn't run the fucking campaign, but I can be proud of a collective achievement. Campaigns don't win elections, votes do, and I fucking voted. One better, I swayed 3 different Johnson voters to pull that lever for the Donald. Small? Sure, but it's a helluva lot more than most can claim.

Don't tell me what to not be proud of. OP talks about value while offering little in kind. Get this shit off the FP, it will be a net increase in this sub's relevance.

[–]AzzyMcGee0 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy

This. OP just wants to shit on the easily shat on. Nice try by won't work on those who actually put their heart and soul behind Trump.

[–]ScottyBrown0 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy

White male is being condemned by their daughters today. The bitches think we won

[–]Expectations10 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy

Federal elections dont have as much of an immediate impact as people make it out to be. They impact the lives of people slowly, for decades to come, through war, healthcare policy and budget setting. The same way the repeal of the glass-steagall act by bill clinton freed up financial markets to cause the global financial crisis, many years later.

The state government probably has more of an immediate impact for most people.

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This contains all concerned Hillary supporters (or even concerned non-Trump supporters) need to know about Trump's win.

"HOW COULD THIS HAVE HAPPENED!!!??????" -- Karen Straughan.

[–]pizzalover240 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy

It's better to laugh after Trump has achieved something or kept to his promises. If things go downhill, SJW would have proved their point.

[–]Transmigratory0 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy

I agree, people still need to remember the dynamics of politics. It would be a miracle if he can keep every promise he made prior being president.

[–]waldo8880 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy

Holy fuck even people in Canada are losing their shit over this lmao. Fuck though its definitely polarized out the people who can have a rational discussion vs. those who simply spout the shit they hear someone else say. I proudly support the Donald. Until he unlikely demonstrates he is a nutcase will I change my mind. But fuck I am scorned so often for speaking my mind its like no more free speech left. I now am a racist woman hater because "I kinda like the Trump". Retarded people everywhere. How to get though to these people and just be calm and have discourse for fuck sakes.

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I wouldnt say more intelligent, but a lot more RESOURCEFUL. Hillary had over a billion dollars spent on this election and lost. Trump had charisma, insane marketing skills, a never ending mouthpiece and the know-how to draw as much attention to himself as possible, which is key in this information-overloaded society. He leveraged all his resources into 200% overdrive, whereas Hillary had her participation award winning staff doing her makeup, counting down the days until her coronation. I didn't vote for him, but he sure as hell deserved the big W.

[–]KCMOVIEBUFF0 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy

Who the living fuck do you think you are to pronounce this bullshit? FUCK YOU, I'll do whatever I want to do. Jesus, another self-proclaimed leader who wants everyone to follow his example. I hardly consider it friendly to be hectored about how to behave.

[–]yleGerm0 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy

How anyone can stay a liberal after reading The Red Pill is beyond me.

[–]thekidracb0 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy're really trippin right now. Trump winning does change things, especially for minorities...look around, look at the hate that's been spread since yesterday. This doesn't stop me from continuing to be the best version of myself, but don't kid yourself...shit's about to get real...

[–]Waffle_squid0 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy

Lol, we won it, man. We voted for him, we worked with and for him, that's the way our country works. Of course, he was the one running and doing work as well, but it is a group effort. Maybe you should get off reddit for a while?

[–]ViceTerm0 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy

Completely agree. I think people are blurring the fine line between admiring the man and envying him. He is a great example of "wanting it" and its easy to talk about someone who we all know. We point out what characteristics we like and bring out our own. Saying "we" is to show that WE are all in this together.

[–]blackedoutfast0 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy

a LOT of people just had a big red pill shoved down their throat. most of us here already knew that the msm is biased and full of shit. but there are hundreds of millions of people who trust the msm and all the other blue pill institutions of society. for months, they have been saying that there is no possible way trump could win, the idea is laughable, look at all the polls. and they were fucking WRONG. this is a huge mindfuck because of they were so wrong about trump, what else are they wrong about?

[–]RedPillWintergreen0 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy

Hillary was going to make Sheryl Sandberg of Lean In fame Secretary of the Treasury. She talked about having half her cabinet being female for diversity's sake. To say nothing of the fact that Hillary, when it looked like she could lose, used one of women's oldest tricks and got surrogates to accuse Trump of sexual deviancy. This was a great victory/dodged bullet and a little celebration for short while is not uncalled for.

Edit: Also let's not forget the example a man like President Trump can set for young men.

[–]fcb982920 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy

Trump already won in life. Now he's got the chance to show if he can do half the things he talked about for the last 18 months. I hope he can. We don't need another politician.

[–]psycho1social0 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy

But it's so delicious watching the liberals rage

[–]1PantsonFire12340 points1 point  (0 children) | Copy

Your own life won't change because Trump won

Actually it will, the countries leader will be reflect on his citizens. Which means that having a white super Alpha as the helmsman of our ship instead of a black minority means I'm getting more favorable treatment. Call this racists, whatever, it is true.

You might not realize this but one huge reason we are in this situation right now is because of our failed leadership and the predicament they placed us in. This is why everyone of us was plugged in Beta at one point in life. That's why our women are preferring foreign cock. It's why our SMV is lower than that of our grand parents.

I know you're trying to shove another red pill truth down everyones throats in fear of people getting lazy. Just remember the laws of nature. Thoughts shape reality. Thoughts of an entire population shape it even more. Those of a pro-American, pro-West, pro-White president shape it also.

Someone joked once that Trumps victory would mean more pussy for everyone. Yet he wasn't incorrect. The changes in society and the combined hive mind though shift will make their men more red and women more receptive. It will also drive the taint and filth away we have endured so long, demoralize the lefties, shitlibs and swjs.

They are already scurrying underground, feeling oppressed again. And that's where they belong, now it is time for the killing blow so that this may never happen again.

[–]Pastelitomaracucho0 points1 point  (3 children) | Copy

spouting populist bullshit

intelligent campaign

I mean, it's clear why he won, but intelligent?

[–]baladash_malanore3 points4 points  (2 children) | Copy

I'm far from a Trump supporter, but his campaign was clearly ran much more intelligently than Hillary's.

[–]Pastelitomaracucho-1 points0 points  (1 child) | Copy

If the one and only objective was to win by reaching to the angry voters and telling them what they wanted to hear no matter what, then ok. You can call that intelligent. That is also called populism.

[–]rayyaal[S] 1 point2 points  (0 children) | Copy

Trump ran a better campaign without a doubt. Hillary was also an awful choice, the DNC fucked up.

[–]Drogba006-2 points-1 points  (0 children) | Copy

Yeah dude shut the fuck up. I'm gloating, I'm sick of all the "let's make peace" how about fuck those idiots for awhile? They called anyone like you every name under the sun and you're just gonna roll over because you're the "bigger man"? This is reality and it doesn't give a fuck if you're morally superior.

Gloat on motherfuckers

[–]Origami84-1 points0 points  (0 children) | Copy

Trump won, not me, true.... but all the concepts and ideals i approved in him are mine too, and they will now inspire the new POTUS. Thats reason enough to celebrate.

[–]Thedream17-1 points0 points  (0 children) | Copy

This is a victory for all people living in the United States of America.

[–]Gearski-1 points0 points  (0 children) | Copy

I find this post to be extremely cucked and I can't understand why it's being upvoted so much.

[–]McCoop_-1 points0 points  (1 child) | Copy

I'm not sure about you, but I have lost count of the number of women on my Facebook feed saying that Hillary lost simply because she is a woman in a misogynistic society. This is coming from a Canadian with Canadian friends asking Trump supporters to remove them on Facebook. Simply saying this attitude exists on both sides not excusing the behaviour itself.

[–]123TxB-1 points0 points  (0 children) | Copy

Goes to show that the strategies used by many Dictators of the past still works on the masses and even the TRP-minded. But not me, not me. I see through him and in this election, I'm like meeeh.

[–]123TxB-1 points0 points  (0 children) | Copy

Goes to show that the strategies used by many Dictators of the past still works on the masses and even the TRP-minded. But not me, not me. I see through him and in this election, I'm like meeeh.

[–]zelyios-1 points0 points  (0 children) | Copy

Why the fuck does this get uploaded on theredpill? This is out topic. People on most places of reddit turn reddit dumber everyday. Idiocracy at its best. When did you stop thinking before posting? Once I used to feel smart reading reddit, not anymore

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[–]DEVi4TION-5 points-4 points  (2 children) | Copy

Why does this sub love Trump so much? He's a fucking idiot.

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[–]mercurymarinatedbeef-1 points0 points  (0 children) | Copy

Actually, I won't have to be paying for that one bitch's gas. Or her mortgage. Oh wait...actually I won't have to be paying for the special snowflake gimmedats of millions of those assholes.

Yup, keep harping up that I gain nothing, you butthurt cryptolibtard. BTW, it's going to be pretty sweet when Obongocurrrr is GONE.

[–]guymanthing-2 points-1 points  (0 children) | Copy

If you work in politics your life will change for certain. I don't get why posts like these get upvoted

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