#metoo in Singapore

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Talon’s deep recce mission into the progressive paces of Singapore started a few months back when he started working in an industry that put him straight within the SJW scene in the nation. The regressives he interact with think he is just another average unwoke Singaporean and he uses that to bait them into revealing their ideologies, strategies and long term objectives. The bounty has been good.

Now he tells you what you as a Red Pill masculine man need to do to fight regressive infiltration in Singapore.

Most of you who are somewhat media-savvy would have been aware of the latest progressive moral panic sparked off by some Hollywood liberals that turned out to be sexual predators.

To say that this is a moral panic is somewhat of an understatement, it is more of a witch hunt with a flaming bandwagon where feminists, reeling from the various setbacks of the past year with the shitlord uprising sparked off by the weakening liberal narrative, have been scrambling head over heels to regain the capitalise on- basically by using it as an memetic weapon to regain the initiative.

The strategy is simple: use the moral panic to get as many women on board their cause as possible via an all-encompassing meme that conflates all negative interactions with men as sexual victimisation, and use that to force in their other ideological claims along with demands that things be changed to better suit them.

It won’t work in the long game of course, feminism is now the empress without clothes and more people are seeing it each day as the various absurdities of feminism grow moreĀ egregious, in part fuelled by increasing Red Pill awareness. However this does not preclude the reality that the #metoo moral panic remains a potent short term weapon in the regressive arsenal.

They seek a state of affairs where feminism holds all the cards holding the power to arbitrarily define and accuse men of sexual misconduct, having the power to completely destroy everything a man has worked for in reputation, career and social connections on the mere power of an accusation, regardless of merit. As a Red Pill man you need to know how to defend yourself from this latest feminist memetic weapon.

Naturally #metoo was as attractive to local feminists as garbage is to flies, it didn’t take long for all my millennial feminist coworkers to start sharing their various #metoo experiences, most of them largely revolving around unpleasant encounters with creepy beta men or loosely defined street harassment that involved men staring or making them feel unsafe.

Undoubtedly many of the accounts were embellished for dramatic effect, being the feminists that they are (remember SJWs always lie), and capped off with demands to take the one-sided stories of many of the #metoo posts as gospel truth.

It didn’t take long for the #metoo posts to devolve into social media demands that men take action about it, which in their minds meant becoming grovelling feminists allies and “improving” themselves. Some of the beta men took the bait, and a couple of manginas and white knights saw it as a chance to raise their near-zero chance of attracting women by proving they were “better” men.

All in all it was a pretty good team-bonding virtue signalling experience for the sisterhood at my workplace, and they probably felt that their feminism was energised by the tribal belief in their shared victimisation.

The various ideological problems with #metoo have been covered in many manosphere and mainstream articles, so I won’t reinvent the wheel here. What I am going to talk about is the implications it has for men here, and what Red Pill men should do about it.

Fortunately Singapore hasn’t gone full libetard the way of the west yet, although it is gradually shifting that way and it doesn’t help that the incumbent government is starting to humour regressives, probably as way of staying relevant to the younger crowd.

Built on pragmatism, Singapore is naturally SJW-resistant, meaning the #metoo hash was largely trending among the english educated liberal demographics, which are (still) a minority. Nevertheless we are seeing a rise of local liberal online publications that present progressive shibboleths as if they are majority opinion.

The real battle for Singapore is not over the present, but the future. Never look at the present and think that you are safe or things aren’t so bad yet. Remember that in times of abundance feel-good progressive ideologies will progress as there are less penalties for entertaining bad ideas.

So while the social impact of #metoo is limited to local liberals making noise to get on the bandwagon and some online progressive media outlets covering it, one can only expect the importation of SJW moral panics to become increasingly common in the future. The people in my workplace certainly hope to make this a reality.

The main use of #metoo for the local Red Pill man is in it being a sounding board and litmus test for just how far along the taint of progressiveness as crept in his social circle. The way someone shares a #metoo provides useful intelligence on how radically left they are.

While a good deal of the #metoo posts are just shared as people jumping on the bandwagon of an internet trend, it is also used by many local progressives to virtue signal. Look out for signs such as the use of SJW buzzwords and long polemics involving progressive gender dogma. These are useful in knowing the disposition of your enemy and how they think. Even the way casual bandwagoners share a #metoo can provide you insight into how far along they are in accepting progressive dogma as the mainstream moral standard of behaviour.

All this information is useful for the Red Pill insurgent, it allows you to know who your enemy is and where they are. It allows you to also locate potential recruits and allies, plan accordingly. Be on the look out for those who express scepticism and criticism of #metoo, more so if they drop a nugget or two of subtle Red Pill truths in there. They are possibly fellow social insurgents.

Remember in the new battle grounds of the culture war you are surrounded and outnumbered. Your enemy currently has the advantage in that they have gotten their dogma to be recognised as the de facto moral authority and standard, and are ever pushing things their way in small steps. You are also outnumbered by the large number of Blue Pillers who go long with the enemy without knowing that they are actually acting against their interests.

However know that you have the Red Pill knowledge on your side along with the antifragility and flexibility of an insurgent force that can fade into the background and choose it’s time and place of battle. Use your enemies tools for your own means to gather intelligence and locate allies.

The culture war is already on for the Singapore narrative, and you need to fight with every tactic that you know. The only other choice is surrender.

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