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Friday T&A: Saving the World Edition

by | Aug 21, 2020 | fat girl jihad | 7 comments

Boys, it’s official. We have it straight from the President’s mouth:

That’s right. His Most Illustrious, Noble, August, Benevolent, and Legendary Celestial Majesty, the God-Emperor of Mankind, Donaldus Triumphus Magnus Astra, the First of His Name, may the Lord bless him and preserve him, is saving the world from true evil.

I’m being 100% absolutely sincere, in case you’re wondering. The God-Emperor is correct. He is saving the world in a very literal as well as a metaphorical sense, from some of the very worst evils that have wracked it for far too long.

If it looks like evil is winning, then ask yourself why the last four years have seen such a giant surge in Satanic evil, not just in the USA, but around the world.

Look around you at what we’re seeing right now: riots in the streets, America’s greatest cities sinking into oblivion, the Communist Party of China – and Communism is the very definition of Satanic evil – working hard to undermine the Christian West, degeneracy and filth of every kind on television through streaming services, plague, famine, and horror all around.

You think it is coincidental that all of this is happening right now, when a certain Donald John Trump is President of the USA and is, somehow, one of Christianity’s toughest and strongest defenders?

I mean, this is a billionaire playboy whose sexual conquests are legendary and whose ability to stay faithful to any of his women is… limited, at best.

This is a man who, on the campaign trail, had considerable difficulty in telling an interviewer what his favourite passage in the Bible was, and said, “TWO Corinthians” instead of “Second Corinthians”.

This is a man whose marriage to a Slovenian supermodel of formidable talent, intelligence, and achievement is quite odd, and it is difficult to understand how the two of them can possibly make it work.

And THAT is the man that has done more to protect and defend the True Faith than ANY President for FORTY YEARS.

If ever you doubted that the Lord uses broken tools to work His wonders, then wonder no longer. That is how the Big Fella Upstairs does things. Just sit back and let Him do what He needs to do to fix the shit that we broke.

Now, obviously the POTUS was not claiming that he was on board with QAnon. He sort of sidestepped the whole issue and addressed that snarky bitchy reporter’s question with humour and grace. And there is simply no getting past the fact that Q has missed the mark on some pretty heavy predictions.

That does not mean that Q is wrong or false, because there is also plenty of evidence to suggest that Q knows something that we don’t. Just look at the very first prediction about massive domestic unrest and calling up the National Guard, and compare that with what’s happening right now.

Q ain’t no Nostradamus, but then again, Nostradamus wasn’t that great a prognosticator either.

So have a bit of faith, lads. The God-Emperor of Mankind is a hugely flawed man who has been a major disappointment in many ways and who continues to maintain his foolish civic nationalism in the face of mountains of evidence that it doesn’t work. But he is still doing God’s work even so.

With that cheery thought in mind, let’s get to the Instathot.

This week’s Friday eye-candy is named Brittany Oldehoff, age 31 from Fort Lauderdale, FloriDUH. She’s actually a legitimate model, not just an Instathot. She appeared on some TV show called Project Runway – anyone have any idea what that is? – when she was 20, won the Miss Florida USA contest in 2014, and placed 4th in the overall Miss USA pageant that same year. She has walked runways for various fashion brands and has a significant portfolio of actual achievements.

Happy Friday, gentlemen. As always, get some rest and relaxation time in with your families, and prepare for what is coming. We’ve got a long and difficult road ahead of us, so gather your strength while you can – you’re going to need it, your families will need it, and your tribes will need it before very much longer.

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I’ve been having dreams. ❤️

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Something’s been missing. ♥️

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She’s a different kind of party 💕

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Let's get lost. 💋

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I miss this balcony & this sunset 💕

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7 Comments

  1. Johnny

    Back to Roosh :

    With all his talk about becoming one flesh with a woman, why a man should live with his parents until marriage, be a virgin, etc., he sounds just like what I imagine some 70 year old Indian who advocates for arranged marriages would sound like.

    Tell me if I am wrong.

    The thing is, he KNOWS about hypergamy, and how almost no young womens are virgins by age 22, and certainly not by the time they marry. There is an element of his new writing that aims to ignore the hard probabilities around this. A man taking up Christianity won't get him a similarly pious woman. Dalrock covered all this for a decade. I still think Roosh's flailing is partly because of the vacuum Dalrock has left.

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    • Didact

      With all his talk about becoming one flesh with a woman, why a man should live with his parents until marriage, be a virgin, etc., he sounds just like what I imagine some 70 year old Indian who advocates for arranged marriages would sound like.

      It's the weirdest thing – that was EXACTLY my thinking when I saw his article about how men should live with their parents until they get married.

      The only major difference between him and the typical Indian blue-pilled, blue-balled Beta at this point is that Indian men live with their parents AFTER they get married too. The Bible makes it very clear that a man must leave his mother and father when he gets married, and I think Roosh believes the same.

      That being said – Roosh is also on pretty shaky Biblical ground as well. There are a LARGE number of cases of holy and virtuous men in the Bible who either explicitly did not live with their parents, or were not shown as living with them. That includes none other than the Big Cheese, JC Himself. And it includes most of the prophets, including Elijah, Samuel, and Isaiah, as far as I'm aware.

      Moving out of the house of one's parents is meant to reflect the realities of the human relationship with God. We were given free will, at literally unbelievable cost to God, and that includes the freedom to sin – and the freedom to repent.

      Grace comes from repentance. Repentance comes from sin. It is very bad to sin. It is far worse to deny free will, and that is why God didn't do that. He permitted His creation to sin, knowing exactly what would happen as a result.

      There is an element of his new writing that aims to ignore the hard probabilities around this. A man taking up Christianity won't get him a similarly pious woman.

      Yes, there is a bit of that. He does also claim that he's being contacted by a whole different class of women than in his past life. He could very well be right – I don't know. I do think that Roosh has a very optimistic view of the very hard work of marriage and relationships. Even for Christians, it's REALLY DIFFICULT, though it gets a lot easier when God is put front and centre as arbiter and uniter between Man and Woman.

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    • Johnny

      He does also claim that he's being contacted by a whole different class of women than in his past life.

      I highly doubt this, and the few that have emerged are probably not attractive. No matter what Roosh says now, he is not suddenly going to be attracted to 4s and 5s.

      Again, Dalrock's entire blog (and commenter archive) is full of men who were Christians all along. The consistent theme is that most 'Christian' woman are not Christian in practice, all churches are dominated by feminism, and the few women who really follow the book are unattractive (which is nothing new).

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    • Didact

      Yeah, but you're missing another aspect of Dalrock's writing: men must provide leadership roles within and outside the Church to set things back on track, and this is extremely hard and thankless work which most men will fail to do.

      Dalrock's guidance is sorely missed, but I remain optimistic that Roosh will find his way eventually. God always steers those who love Him and His Truth back to the right path – though the process of getting there is often EXTREMELY unpleasant.

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  2. Bardelys the Magnificent

    I love this site and it's commenters. Every Friday Didact posts a thot, and I check the next morning and see comments, and I know instinctively that the comments have nothing to do with the thot in question. Rarely am I proven wrong. Keep up the good work, gentlemen.

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    • Didact

      Amen, Reverend ))

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  3. Post Alley Crackpot

    "This is a man whose marriage to a Slovenian supermodel of formidable talent, intelligence, and achievement is quite odd, and it is difficult to understand how the two of them can possibly make it work."

    This is about class: she has it naturally, as in the grace of someone who naturally fits within high realms of hierarchies. He understands it, respects it, admires it. They're a better match than any he's made in the past at the least.

    That's how while all of this panic-borne inanity is going on that she can focus on a landscape design restoration project at the White House.

    Lately she's been restoring the architectural vision of someone with the last name of Mellon.

    In essence, she's saying with her actions something that would offend every Communist, every Socialist, every Liberal …

    Lineage matters.

    Restoration projects matter, especially the projects that express the desire to remember better days and also to go forward to them.

    Bringing back a vision of the Kennedy era?

    All of this is not just symbolic: it expresses a strength of character that says through action that despite the worst, we are still here.

    Most people have no idea how long this fight's been going on.

    The Deep State?

    A new faction in a multi-factional battle that's been raging for centuries.

    "The God-Emperor of Mankind is a hugely flawed man who has been a major disappointment in many ways and who continues to maintain his foolish civic nationalism …"

    You might too if you were convinced that there wouldn't be enough people on your side to be able to affect the balance of power.

    The opposition certainly isn't a bunch of florists, even if they are pretty much everywhere.

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