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Did you have a red pill father or grandfather?
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RE: Did you have a red pill father or grandfather?
My grandpa was major red pill. I remember him telling me that men fight with their fists cause that's how men deal with disputes, not with words like women. He killed many japs with his hands in WW2. Japs came aboard of his ship at night. Caught them by surprise... I wasn't allowed to talk to him about it my dad said. I was scared as fuck of him as a child, he had this powerful energy I would give one of my legs to have. He was married to my grandma for just over 50 years. He would just stare at me and my brother when we misbehaviour and we both would submit and not say a word. Hard worker, fit as can be. A real man!! It was very sad to see this warrior have a stroke and turn into a vegetable! RIP grandpa!!

My dad is a major beta and so is his brother. I believe he was never this way but due to social conditioning he just accepted it and become beta. I see some alpha in him from some wedding photos. He would do anything for me without a second thought. Great dad to be honest where I've throw some Red pill down his throat in the last 10 years and he has man up a little. He understands but he just doesn't want trouble and just goes with the flow. Doesn't talk much! Cause he was beta, when I was teenager, we never really got along cause I know now I needed a man but he is a big softy. I couldn't stand to be around him. I feel bad thinking about it now cause I was a very angry teenager. He loves to build things and has taught me allot recently where I wasted my life playing video games as a child. I get along well now with them both now after visiting Eastern countries. I was always the out of control black sheep... My brother (1 brother, 0 sisters) has a disability (aspergers) so I was always in the wrong when something happened.

My parents have been married for nearly 50 years now where my mum is from a traditional family. She always went to the gym and looked after herself (housewife) but we never really got along to be honest cause she has insecurity issues and way to overprotective. Use to fight all the time from a teenager to 30 years old. I couldnt be in the room with her for more than a minute for most of my life.

They both know how mess up women are today! They just accept the way the world is and tell me to just live my life without worrying about it!

I've found peace with my parents now cause I know they could kick the bucket soon and I don't want the last thing I say to them to be hurtful.
(This post was last modified: 01-09-2017 08:27 AM by easternwomenrule.)
01-09-2017 07:32 AM
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RE: Did you have a red pill father or grandfather?
Both were.
My granddad was a boxer, hung around with our citys pimps when he was young, was raisin my dad well, was a good husband for 50 years, started as a barber and went to become an entrepreneur and had a lot of friends. And i mean real friends. I was to a lot of funerals in my life but his one was special. Powerful people coming to our city from all over Europe. He was like the smartest dudes I know, he could make fun of everyone without the people realizing. Well, after 60 years of smoking he died cause of that.
My dad was like the alpha male of the end 70s, beginning of 80s. Always money, good cars / bikes, own apartment with 17, good relation to family, doing karate, always with hot chicks, powerful friends, knowing how to use tools and how to fight, travelled a lot to Asia (once even by car), etc.
I dont know why I didnt adopt all of his characteristics when I was young. Guess I just wanted to "rebell", just being someone else than the parents without a reason. I also always made money or had a good relation to my family, but still I was becoming a skinnyfat loser. Well since he was born and raised like this, he never could explain how to change my attitude.
Well, I turned the corner gladly some years ago.
01-09-2017 09:19 AM
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RE: Did you have a red pill father or grandfather?
My grandpa. Son of a Cristero soldier, who fought gainer the atheistic government of Plutarco Calles in the 1930s.
01-09-2017 10:16 AM
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According to my dad, my great grandpa was very red pill. It's a shame since my dad is, for lack of a better word, a cuck.
01-09-2017 11:22 AM
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my dad's a pretty good guy. pretty red pill all things considered. he wasn't always the best father growing up. his old man bailed on them when he was like 12 so he never got to see how it was supposed to be done. that said, we never wanted for anything really growing up, and we always had food on the table. he's never gotten drunk in his life and he's been a hard working mechanic for 40 years now.

so my grandpa on my ma's side was the only one that was ever around. and he was a bitch. was in the army and then later went into insurance and always made good money for himself. had his picture up on a few billboards back in the day even. so he was pretty respectable on paper, but was a dick with his family. he cut my mom off because he thought my dad was too low class for her. i think him doing that caused more damage in her life than my dad could've ever done. goes to show you can't always judge a man based on his bank account or the suits he wears. that guy never even took us fishing once when we were kids.
01-11-2017 01:26 PM
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RE: Did you have a red pill father or grandfather?
My father is discreetly red-pilled in political matters, but it is something that he only shows occasionally; he is, perhaps intelligently on his behalf, loath to express political opinions publicly, although he was quite vitriolic during the Salou clashes and had the misfortune of encountering ‘new arrivals’ on a trip to Austria, which was certain to produce an impression. He was also greatly disturbed to see Conchita Wurst winning Eurovision; even if he is not overly critical of homosexuals, I lost count of the times I heard the word aberración, for which I thank him as it alerted me to put up my guard for that which appears to be gaining societal acceptance. On the subject of women, though, I cannot say; he did end up divorcing my mother, but he hasn’t been unjustly deprived of his assets.

My paternal grandfather is rather based, but he is of the old guard; men like him are now very rare in Spain. His father, whom I would have liked to meet, was a good Basque Carlist or, as the left will say, a Spanish (ergo, Catholic) mujahid. He does not belong to the admittedly moribund cause of his father’s youth, or even retain his fervent Catholicism, but there is in him a pronounced disdain for the left, the eunuchised right, and nationalists (separatists). Despite this, I cannot say he has been a great influence on my life. Living outside of Spain, I only see him once or twice per year, and we have never maintained a relationship that I would describe as special.

I cannot in good conscience post this without mentioning someone who is neither my father nor one of my grandfathers: my maternal grandmother. The best advice on women I have received was from her, not my parents; I can confidently say that she has the best internal sensors for gold-diggers and whores, and I cannot possibly describe her scorn for hembras (females, but used for animals in this sense). Most importantly, the pious lady was sure to make a good Catholic of her grandson, taking me to Mass whenever she could (we’ve never lived in the same country) and teaching me the Lord’s Prayer in Latin, albeit with the Ecclesiastical Latin pronunciation derided by past teachers of mine. The significance of these things, of course, only came to me with time. It is good, I suppose, that the maternal side of my family is only of Spanish blood, not Spanish birth; the country has indubitably decayed.

My mother, I must add, is a bit of a champagne socialist and, despite being self-professedly Catholic, adheres to a series of postulates that I could only generously describe as heterodox. She is fearful of the peaceful soulmates themselves, but the images of suffering children have their natural effect on women.

(01-09-2017 10:16 AM)DeusVult Wrote:  My grandpa. Son of a Cristero soldier, who fought gainer the atheistic government of Plutarco Calles in the 1930s.

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01-12-2017 01:41 AM
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RE: Did you have a red pill father or grandfather?
I think what you really mean is being an alpha male and being successful, not red pill. It's not the same thing. Red pill is about knowing some (uncomfortable) truth. Especially about male-female relationships.

When regarding my grandfathers, I would say they simply didn't have to be as red pill as it is necessary nowadays with male-female relationships being totally destroyed by cultural marxism. They were just typical Germans, very Christian conservative, hard-working men, and had conservative, lasting marriages. It was only in the generation of my father that women had deteriorated so much that a divorce was necessary, and my father had to face some uncomfortable truth about women.

Whether my grandfathers were alpha males and successful is a completely different story. I would say yes. As soldiers, in their careers, and as fathers.
01-12-2017 04:08 AM
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RE: Did you have a red pill father or grandfather?
Both purple pill, so we get along in some ways and don't in others.

For instance, my father is, in layman's terms, an alpha at work, beta with mom, and gamma with me. Alpha at work is good, beta with mom: meh, he was raised that way. Gamma with me though is annoying as hell, and when I call him out on it he doubles down.

My grandfather usually handles disagreements in a more alpha way with shitlording, but still concedes to his wife and family far too much, particularly the 'troubled' parts. For example, he's bailed out several drug addict siblings who died from OD later anyway. Just not very smart moves.

So yeah, redpilling is latent in most previous generations, but they still have some ingrained brainwashing from Jewish influence.

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01-12-2017 06:59 AM
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02-15-2017 03:04 AM
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RE: Did you have a red pill father or grandfather?
Didn't know my Grandfather, as he passed the year I was born. But he was a WW2 Vet so I'm sure he was.

My dad definitely was. As a kid riding in the car, he would always lash out and complain about 'terrible women drivers'. My mom would get so upset she would be in tears sometimes. Obviously I didn't understand just how fucking bad women were as drivers until I started driving myself.

And I remember my dad telling me at a young age (sometime in the 80's) that me being a white male was going to be the worst thing in modern society. He said that the best race/gender to be was a Black Female, as society was going to favor them and shit on white males. I don't know how he had that insight back then, but he was right.

Today my dad is 70 but he isn't as Red Pill as he used to be. I can see that years of constant Blue Pill conditioning has worn him down. Although I know deep down, the Red Pill still burns. I'll carry the flag for him now.

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02-15-2017 02:27 PM
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