The Vox Day thread

El Chinito loco

Crow
Gold Member
Agree on most of this. He is a good commentator and has an audience. The message he has is important and would be better received if it wasn't packaged in a such a callow way, however.
And the whole Joe Rogan thing is a head scratcher; says he could beat him but won't fight him. Then just shut up about it, Vox, because it's put up or shut up.

He also lives in Italy so he really has no dog in the fight in the USA, which I'm not sure he can even come back to.

Vox just exhibits your typical boomer mentality. Talks a lot of tough guy shit but will back nothing up. As much as I dislike Joe Rogan’s politics and social views there is no doubt he would destroy Vox any day of the week. Rogan is a legit BJJ black belt and has a ton of experience. Vox is a gay blowhard pumped up by his equally gay and delusional fans.

The highest ive rolled with is a purple belt who was about 10lbs lower weight than me and it was already a pretty humbling experience. A BJJ bb would annhilate.
 
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Pendleton

Pelican
Vox just exhibits your typical boomer mentality. Talks a lot of tough guy shit but will back nothing up. As much as I dislike Joe Rogan’s politics and social views there is no doubt he would destroy Vox any day of the week. Rogan is a legit BJJ black belt and has a ton of experience. Vox is a gay blowhard pumped up by his equally gay and delusional fans.

The highest ive rolled with is a purple belt who was about 10lbs lower weight than me and it was already a pretty humbling experience. A BJJ bb would annhilate.
Vox is an adult man in his 50s. He shouldn't be watching random celebrities' workout videos and talking about how he could totally kick their asses or how his dojo "was the closest thing to Cobra Kai". Unless his audience is 14 year olds from the 1980s, it doesn't sound tough. It is embarassing.
 

El Chinito loco

Crow
Gold Member
Vox is an adult man in his 50s. He shouldn't be watching random celebrities' workout videos and talking about how he could totally kick their asses or how his dojo "was the closest thing to Cobra Kai". Unless his audience is 14 year olds from the 1980s, it doesn't sound tough. It is embarassing.

I live in southeast asia you’d be surprised how many retired boomers living in asia used to be CIA black ops delta force vietnam vets according to them.

The boomer delusion is real. They literally see themselves as some kind of character like James Bond most of the time. They have created their own cinematic universe where they are the star and sometimes they get to be the world class lover, fighter, and savior of the people depending on the current events and storyline.
 
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Easy_C

Peacock
How did that quote get attributed to me?

And personally the way I choose to enjoy movie delusions is when I’m working out. Wanting to look like Dante is surprisingly good for gym motivation.
 

Easy_C

Peacock
Since it’s an interesting point..

It’s something unique to Americans not boomers. (Disclaimer: generalizations for simplicity and punchlines) Chicks in the cities all think they’re living their own Sex and the City show. Fighter pilots all think they’re top gun. For awhile every finance bro thought he was Leonardo DiCaprio. For awhile the biker scene was overrun with morons who thought they were Jax Teller.

Americans have this bizarre form of narcissism where they project reality as them being a hero of some movie, TV show, or game they’ve been exposed to. I’ve only ever seen it with Americans who’ve been socialized as Americans. Other people might be huge fans of something but it doesn’t bleed over in reality to the extent they internalize it as their reality.
 

El Chinito loco

Crow
Gold Member
Since it’s an interesting point..

It’s something unique to Americans not boomers. (Disclaimer: generalizations for simplicity and punchlines) Chicks in the cities all think they’re living their own Sex and the City show. Fighter pilots all think they’re top gun. For awhile every finance bro thought he was Leonardo DiCaprio. For awhile the biker scene was overrun with morons who thought they were Jax Teller.

Americans have this bizarre form of narcissism where they project reality as them being a hero of some movie, TV show, or game they’ve been exposed to. I’ve only ever seen it with Americans who’ve been socialized as Americans. Other people might be huge fans of something but it doesn’t bleed over in reality to the extent they internalize it as their reality.
I think there is a lot of truth to this. I do think many Americans substitute a sense of culture and identity with what they see on TV and archetypes promoted by the Jewish media. I've lived abroad for a very long time now and when I meet an American tourist or newer American expat they often come across as very try hard.

Back when I was living in the U.S. I didn't notice it as much but after living abroad for awhile you definitely start to see all the more annoying subtle nuances of a culture and people you used to be accustomed to.

I remember one particularly hilarious example of this where one guy literally went around jabbering like a fucking moron to every random food vendor annoying them because he was trying to be like Anthony Bourdain or act like one of those celebrity chef douchebags on the food network.
 

Yatagan

Pelican
Gold Member
It is also a catch-all term for his own negative qualities. It seems that most of the time when he rants about "gammas", he is criticizing some trait that he has exhibited to an extreme degree. For example, his need to contantly say "he totally 100% doesn't care what anyone else thinks" when it is obvious he cares quite a lot.
Yeah, which is why he tried to sue Gab over users hurting his fee fees, or his shutting down of his chat and making pre-recorded youtube vids cause he can't handle comments.

It's reminiscent of how he has to constantly go on about how "smart" he is.
 
Yeah, which is why he tried to sue Gab over users hurting his fee fees, or his shutting down of his chat and making pre-recorded youtube vids cause he can't handle comments.

It's reminiscent of how he has to constantly go on about how "smart" he is.
I don't understand why you would follow someone who has such transparent disdain for his audience. And if you think all the people following you are morons, I think that says more about you than about your subscribers. I like my audience specifically because they're smart and often challenge me on things I say or suggest new books that I end up loving...I don't see what the point is of building a base and then constantly patronizing them about what "stupid gammas" they all are, unless the entire thing is just a big ego trip and his subscribers are into being verbally abused.
 
Ironically enough, the one Alt news dude with any recognition who actually doesn’t give a crap what people think (Unless he’s forced to) is someone that I’m sure Vox would regard as a gamma, but is in reality far closer to a “sigma” than Vox himself is.

There’s also a few others who exhibit dramatically more “alpha” qualities than any of the well known ones but who aren’t as well known.

If you want a commentator who actually is an Alpha watch Terrence Popp.
Could you recommend any other commentators similar to Terrence Popp? Some of his videos are pretty good.
 

debeguiled

Peacock
Gold Member
I don't understand why you would follow someone who has such transparent disdain for his audience. And if you think all the people following you are morons, I think that says more about you than about your subscribers. I like my audience specifically because they're smart and often challenge me on things I say or suggest new books that I end up loving...I don't see what the point is of building a base and then constantly patronizing them about what "stupid gammas" they all are, unless the entire thing is just a big ego trip and his subscribers are into being verbally abused.

Careful. It is a dangerous time to be an anti-Voxer.
 

Redcrosse

Sparrow
I think there is a lot of truth to this. I do think many Americans substitute a sense of culture and identity with what they see on TV and archetypes promoted by the Jewish media. I've lived abroad for a very long time now and when I meet an American tourist or newer American expat they often come across as very try hard.

Back when I was living in the U.S. I didn't notice it as much but after living abroad for awhile you definitely start to see all the more annoying subtle nuances of a culture and people you used to be accustomed to.

I remember one particularly hilarious example of this where one guy literally went around jabbering like a fucking moron to every random food vendor annoying them because he was trying to be like Anthony Bourdain or act like one of those celebrity chef douchebags on the food network.
It might just be a reflection of Hollywood being in and of America. For all intents and purposes the entertainment industry was American throughout the twentieth century. Who knows, maybe Sex & the City and Top Gun had Nigerians or Koreans imitating Sarah Jessica Parker or Tom Cruise for all I know, but I think it’s a lot easier to get sucked into that hollow imitation game if you’re the same nationality - and race - as the actor/character.

And when Hollywood reached its heights of commerce, it pretty much supplanted any other American culture. High culture and local/regional culture got crowded out by ubiquitous pop culture, so the latter became the only game in town. Because it’s not really possible to get your bearings in the world without some kind of culture.

People who don’t read books or attend church are not uncultured per se, but their culture comes exclusively from TV shows and movies. Usually bad ones.
 

BasedBaker

Sparrow
In my opinion the lunacy of Owen Benjamin has rubbed off on Vox. Up until mid-2020 I throughly enjoyed reading Vox Popoli daily and he has put out some of the most insightful material regarding nationalism and history. He's also usually over the target when it comes to economics. But if you notice the lunacy of Owen and Vox's Qtardation both run parallel to each other. Owen has to come up with more and more outlandish statements to keep the Bears hooked and coming back for more. Vox seems to be following his lead and doing the same to keep the Q folks ready for their next fix. It's very unfortunate because I believe Vox can be a great source if not for the Qtardation. His blog used to have outstanding comments, now they are all Qtards. He should look at the way Bronze Age Pervert handled the Trump failure. BAP was pretty bought in to the Q narrative yet when it was plain to see that it was all a pipe dream he didn't hang on or make excuses. Acknowledged failures. Let's hope Vox will eventually see the error and move on to more fruitful endeavors.
 

Pendleton

Pelican
In my opinion the lunacy of Owen Benjamin has rubbed off on Vox. Up until mid-2020 I throughly enjoyed reading Vox Popoli daily and he has put out some of the most insightful material regarding nationalism and history. He's also usually over the target when it comes to economics. But if you notice the lunacy of Owen and Vox's Qtardation both run parallel to each other. Owen has to come up with more and more outlandish statements to keep the Bears hooked and coming back for more. Vox seems to be following his lead and doing the same to keep the Q folks ready for their next fix. It's very unfortunate because I believe Vox can be a great source if not for the Qtardation. His blog used to have outstanding comments, now they are all Qtards. He should look at the way Bronze Age Pervert handled the Trump failure. BAP was pretty bought in to the Q narrative yet when it was plain to see that it was all a pipe dream he didn't hang on or make excuses. Acknowledged failures. Let's hope Vox will eventually see the error and move on to more fruitful endeavors.
This is the current level of discourse being provided by Vox Day.

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RonaldB

Pigeon
In my opinion the lunacy of Owen Benjamin has rubbed off on Vox. Up until mid-2020 I throughly enjoyed reading Vox Popoli daily and he has put out some of the most insightful material regarding nationalism and history. He's also usually over the target when it comes to economics. But if you notice the lunacy of Owen and Vox's Qtardation both run parallel to each other. Owen has to come up with more and more outlandish statements to keep the Bears hooked and coming back for more. Vox seems to be following his lead and doing the same to keep the Q folks ready for their next fix. It's very unfortunate because I believe Vox can be a great source if not for the Qtardation. His blog used to have outstanding comments, now they are all Qtards. He should look at the way Bronze Age Pervert handled the Trump failure. BAP was pretty bought in to the Q narrative yet when it was plain to see that it was all a pipe dream he didn't hang on or make excuses. Acknowledged failures. Let's hope Vox will eventually see the error and move on to more fruitful endeavors.
I completely agree that there was a before and after Owen Benjamin. Vox used to be very accurate with his observations especially in his book "SJWs always lie". He was one of the first persons who correctly saw through Jordan Peterson's heretical views of Christianity. Also, I find very odd that he tends to associate and defend people who are not only heretics (Owen Benjamin) but have a very anti-Christian worldview like Cernovich, or degenerates like Milo.
 

Yatagan

Pelican
Gold Member
I completely agree that there was a before and after Owen Benjamin. Vox used to be very accurate with his observations especially in his book "SJWs always lie". He was one of the first persons who correctly saw through Jordan Peterson's heretical views of Christianity. Also, I find very odd that he tends to associate and defend people who are not only heretics (Owen Benjamin) but have a very anti-Christian worldview like Cernovich, or degenerates like Milo.
He also associated with porn whore Mercedes Carrera, who along with her husband, were criminally charged for child sex abuse.
 
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