If the events of the last year have proven anything, it's that the real pandemic in America today is the dearth of anything remotely resembling real manhood. 30 years of emasculating our society has done its work. Instead of inspiring American men with a positive role model for the last four years, President Trump became the target of their envy. America elected---or at least allowed to be appointed---candidates more reflective of their own interpersonal dynamics: the weak man controlled by the dominating female.
This social pathology was also on full display during Obama's term; especially the 2nd term when the contrast between the effeminacy and weakness of the American President stood in stark contrast to the virility of Russian President Putin and Chinese President Xi on the world stage. Obama's jealous passive-aggressiveness was often unleashed upon smaller countries whose leaders he also despised.
So yesterday on Youtube, we got another sad glimpse of the state of American so-called 'manhood.' A Norwegian vlogger I follow named Bjorn Andreas Bull-Hansen announced that his recent video had been taken down by some Youtube bureaucrat as 'offensive'. Hansen is a former businessman and professional skier who recovered fully from a broken neck to become a successful novelist and authority on the Viking Age. His vlogs are mostly about Viking lore, social commentary on what it means to be a man, and bushcraft skills. Hansen offended the metrosexual mob at Youtube by what they called "spreading medical misinformation." Hansen claimed that 13 Norwegians had died from taking the COVID vaccine. His source was VG, Norway's second-largest news service; which, in turn, was quoting numbers from the Norwegian Ministry of Health.
The interview itself was nothing remarkable: just a few softball questions thrown at Fauci who reeled off the usual Big Pharma talking-points. What was especially revolting was seeing four late 20s/early 30s American males in their natural element. Bear in mind as you watch this, that these are not homosexual males. One is actually engaged to be married, and the other's partner recently had a baby. As one of ROTC's commenters said, "These guys look like the types who'd cry if you threw them a football."