Once upon a time, the Internet Zone known as the Manosphere was a collection of blogs and websites dealing with things like Men's Rights, Anti-Feminism, self-improvement, advice for men in our misandryist culture, and similar themes. Then, a few years back it began to drift. A cultish movement called Game began infiltrating and taking over the Manosphere. Suddenly, one was no longer an MRA unless one went through the Conversion Rite of taking the Red Pill. Which today means swallowing a lot of White Male Supremacist stupidity along with your red pills.
Anti-Semitism is deeply embedded in the Red Pill rhetoric. Vox Day, Heartiste, Roosh V, Matt Forney, and many others are among the most blatant; while others give anti-Semitism a decided wink and a nod. They largely blame their hatred for women and sexual frustrations on some nebulous Zionist Conspiracy. There is, of course, no room for hatred of the Jew in Conservatism. The Jews are conspicuous not only at home but worldwide for their commitment to our shared values of democracy, human rights, and the free market.
So it should come as no surprise that the Gamers and Red Pills are hooting down the tragedy which occurred in Pittsburgh on Saturday as a false flag. Now they think that they can get away with this because much of the shooter's social media has been taken down. However, a commenter on another blog managed to get some snippets from Gab of Robert Bowers' posts and reposts. Among just the couple dozen that the commenter posted, we ran into a lot of familiar sights.
Surprise, surprise. It seems that Robert Bowers is another Alpha. Actually, when one thinks about it, who else but a Red Pill 'Alpha' would post something saying "Screw your optics, I'm going in!" right before assaulting the Synagogue?
I'll bet that readers can't guess what else is going turn up. That's right: links to Red Pill blogs:
So Bowers was a reader of Diversity Macht Frei and Chateau Heartiste. At least that's two that we know of. But there were others. We caught some headers by various people whom Bowers reposted. All of them are regular commenters at various Red Pill blogs:
Bear in mind that all of these were gleaned from a link only about two pages long. Is it any wonder that the Red Pill gurus are scrambling to cover their well-exposed rumps before any of this came to light?
Patrick Little, one of the knotheads who featured prominently in Bowers' fan club, formerly ran for Senate as a Republican in California. The California GOP gave him the boot and banned him from their Convention. This is the kind of 'deplatforming' that we really need. Republicans and Conservatives need to follow California's principled stand and push these guys back to the fringes where they belong.