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Domain Query: Blue Pill Programming

by | Sep 29, 2022 | Domain Query | 0 comments

The Domain Query series is finally back, after a long hiatus. This week’s question comes from a reader and subscriber to my Telegram channel – be sure to subscribe if you have not done so already, it’s a great community of like-minded men who banter back and forth and just generally have a lot of fun ribbing me about my awful taste in music and women. (I can’t help it if my critics are all Philistines…)

Anyway, reader MK asked the following:

Dear Didact,

I hope this missive finds you well, and I thank you again for your extensive response to my last domain query…

Today, I write to you on behalf of my friend, we’ll call him Z. Z asked, with respect to the Pajeet Code phenomenon, whether or not Indian culture raises its men to be more gamma than the Anglosphere does. And I see his point: the act of Pajeet coding – to shortcut code that sort of works for now – is how gammas deal with every problem. As one of the few men who understand both Indian culture and the SSH, what do you think? Is Z onto something? Are Indian men more gamma than the Western norm?

Since I intend to relay your response to him, I would strongly prefer something that can be easily shared as a response. Thank you again for your time, for all your work, especially that on the 404 War.

In Christ,


I am certainly happy for this response to be shared, though keep in mind that a lot of blue-pilled types will probably find it off-putting. I cannot help that, the truth is what it is, but we must not shy away from it.

In this Domain Query, I explain where this particularly awful phenomenon comes from, its consequences for the Indians who suffer from it, and how it can potentially be fixed. (Spoiler alert: it’s not likely to happen anytime soon.)

As always, many thanks to my readers for writing in with questions and suggestions, I am happy to answer queries from my readership, so feel free to reach out and ask if there is something you would like me to unpack.

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