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Friday T&A: Smiley Face Edition

by | Mar 6, 2020 | fat girl jihad | 5 comments

What a roller-coaster of a week it’s been, eh, lads?

We all thought that Joe the Gaffe-Factory was left for dead before South Carolina’s primaries last Saturday, but his firewall turned out to work more or less as advertised, and Creepy Uncle Joe stuttered and stammered his way to victory over the Commie Pinko Jew despite all of the odds.

Then came Super Tuesday, and he not only won, but won decisively – resulting in both the Jewess and the Fairy dropping out, and endorsing him instead. Indeed, it would appear that Daemoncratic machine politics is now in full swing, because the Jackass Party has decided very clearly that, if the choice is between a senile doddering forgetful old man and a grumpy Communist Jew, the lesser of two evils really is the way to go.

Those of us who thought that Creepy Uncle Joe would not be the nominee were wrong in spectacular fashion, not for the first and certainly not for the last time. There are more than a few surprises yet to come as we move toward November.

Nonetheless, I maintain my position that we will see a truly EPIC TRUMPSL!DE in November, one that will see His Most Illustrious, Noble, August, Benevolent, and Legendary Celestial Majesty, the God-Emperor of Mankind, Donaldus Triumphus Magnus Astra, the First of His Name, re-elected with a YUUUUGE majority.

It’s all enough to make one’s head spin like Linda Blair’s character in The Exorcist. (Don’t watch that movie in the dark or alone, is all I’m gonna say.)

So to put things back on an even keel, calm your stomachs, and lift your spirits, here is a truly gorgeous young lady to get your mind in the right place for the weekend.

Her name is Galina Dubenenko, and she is Russian (of course), hailing from St. Petersburg (a truly lovely and spectacular city, I’ve been there twice and think very highly of it), and is about 24 years old.

She is simply spectacular in every way, but the absolute best thing about her is that lovely smile. I doubt that many women read my blog, but for those who do: girls, always remember that the easiest and fastest way to snag a high quality man is to be young, fit, well-groomed, and – here’s the important part – happy. Grumpy girls, or ones who have empty soulless smiles, do not do well in the dating and especially the marriage market.

All right, gents, you know the routine. Get plenty of rest, avoid the blessings of Corona-chan, sleep, shoot, hunt, fish, lift, and do other righteous manly things until Monday, where we’ll see y’all back here again when the CRUSHING!!! resumes.

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Hi. I wish you good mood 🕊💗

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Relax time 🤤 📍@astarte_suites

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Summer everyday 💦

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Passion 🖤

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Got a bit sun kissed today ☀️

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Now or never

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5 Comments

  1. Johnny

    Didact,

    This one is hot too. Another 9.5+

    Now, back to the ugly business of getting red pill about India :

    1) Last time, you mentioned 'genetics' as a factor contributing to the subpar looks of Indians. That ties to the fact that the indigenous fraction of the Indian genotype comes from a race similar to Australoids. This is well-established, and that is the only one out of the two possible candidate races that were in Southern India first (the other being East Africans).

    The Sentinalese/Andamanese are examples of this.

    Lastly, the only race that Austro-Aboriginals resemble at all are South Indians/Sri Lankans.

    2) I don't think it is true that it harder for a qualified Indian to immigrate to the West. As I pointed out, Canada is taking in more Indians than ever (over 50,000 in 2018, which is a huge number given Canada's small population). In the US, you ought qualify for an O-1 visa if you have the qualification you have described.

    Immigration to Canada by country :
    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Immigration_to_Canada#Sources_of_immigration

    3) On one hand, I understand what you were saying about Indian men being brainwashed into finding Indian women attractive. On the other hand, another part of their subconscious knows better. As I have pointed out, if a white girl who is a 6 is present in some high-profile gathering of Indian business execs, they are all desperate to interact with her.

    I am pretty sure that a white 7 could turn Sundar Pichai or Satya Nadella into a groveling beta. Well, white tech billionaires are equally beta, but still, I think you know what I am getting to.

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    • Didact

      This one is hot too.

      Russian. "Nuff said.

      That ties to the fact that the indigenous fraction of the Indian genotype comes from a race similar to Australoids

      Yes, but there has also been a significant amount of genetic blending due to all of the various invasions of and migrations into India over the past 10,000 years or more.

      I don't think it is true that it harder for a qualified Indian to immigrate to the West

      It is, and it's getting more difficult every year. With good reason. Canada, Britain, Australia, and New Zealand all have, or are adopting, points-based systems of immigration, and it is true that a great many Indians meet those requirements. I'm going through that process myself right now. However, it is not nearly as easy as you think. It is not merely a matter of meeting a points cutoff score – you have to submit a huge amount of very onerous documentation, then you get placed in a pool of candidates, then you might get selected from that pool, and then you apply for permanent residency. The entire process can take a year or more and is very expensive.

      In the US, you ought qualify for an O-1 visa if you have the qualification you have described.

      The "Einstein visa" requires rather more than just an excellent qualification. It requires published papers in peer-reviewed journals and a written opinion from high-ranking people in the field of work. And it's still just a temporary non-immigrant visa, by the way.

      if a white girl who is a 6 is present in some high-profile gathering of Indian business execs, they are all desperate to interact with her

      In fairness, I've seen the same thing happen in a room full of execs and representatives at an energy risk management conference.

      This was in Houston in 2008, and there was this one vendor that brought along a smoking hot girl to stand at their booth. When lunchtime arrived, there was an actual rush from the male participants to get to her table and sit there. My company had a booth near theirs and the next morning, when we realised that she wasn't there anymore, one of our reps went over and asked one of theirs what had happened.

      The bloke standing there looked at our rep, grinned, and said, "I sent the hooker home". Turns out, they'd literally hired a stripper, given her the "elevator speech" about energy risk, told her to turn up in high heels and a reasonably professional dress with good makeup, and scored a major coup by distracting the hell out of everyone else there.

      True story.

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    • Johnny

      Didact,

      Yes, but there has also been a significant amount of genetic blending due to all of the various invasions of and migrations into India

      Perhaps, but the entire 'Dravidian' block seems to be very Australoid in nature. This explains the shambolic looks of women in South India, and how the aesthetic pollution is at least a 40-60% across North India and most of Pakistan.

      Ultimately, Australoid is the only candidate that makes sense, since the only other candidate for Dravidian cousinhood is East Africans, and Indians would be *much* better looking if the non-Caucasoid half were Somalian/Ethiopian, rather than Australoid.

      This was in Houston in 2008, and there was this one vendor that brought along a smoking hot girl to stand at their booth.

      But you are talking about a 'smoking' hot girl. I am saying that the Indian Execs behave this way with a White 6. That means they ultimately know that even a White 6 beats Indian woman, and their own wives were 4s and 5s on their wedding day.

      So if Indian men know this, why aren't they demanding more of Indian women. Or are they just totally 'low expectation having', as Chris Rock would say?

      This is about to become more widely known across the world due to globalization, and Indians (both men and women) will become synonymous with bottom of the barrel SMV.

      Reply
  2. Kapios

    The posts about Indian women remind me about the Indian race troll in Roosh V Forum. Roosh even mentioned this guy in a Q&A on youtube. Lol.

    Honestly, I feel blessed for not being born in India.

    Reply
    • Johnny

      To be fair, to be born the average South Asian man in South Asia is better than being born in :

      i) Sub-Saharan Africa (or Haiti)
      ii) North Korea
      iii) Any country with a very high murder rate (which India is not)
      iv) Any active war zone.

      Those four categories are worse places to be born in as an average man, than India.

      Reply

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