The internet didn't used to be this censored. Like boiling a frog they've essentially made it unrecognizable. I had been following and reading up on conspiracies and manosphere content since around 2012. That led me to Roosh and ultimately to Orthodoxy. Someone just operating on the censored internet today can surely never find this place. I bet if you took us right now and had us try to google around to find rvf without using any obvious keywords it would be downright impossible if you put yourself in the mind of someone just starting to take the red pill and searching basic questions.Also, as the mainstream internet entrances are shutting down in real time more and more, to the extent that hasn't been the case already, will there even be ways to come to the truth like we had? We had a complete open internet a few years ago, with Youtube and other mainstream channels basically broadcasting whatever was out there. We saw a door to go to. Think about Roosh, would you've been here without following him first on Youtube? You've got to be deep underground now to find this forum or his work. I feel like the vortex to even step into the portal towards truth, towards the other side, has diminished 95% over the last 3 years or so, and I fear that this generation will not be able to a large extent to climb out of the hole they'll find themselves in in 10 years, leading to extreme despair, confusion and a state of nihilism never seen before since the dawn of human existance.
All of those zoomers who earlier would've found here or other similar places are all contained in 4chan now with constant fedposting, demoralization, race baiting, and pornography to lead them astray. Even just a few years ago there was plenty more alternate media sources on youtube before anyone to the right of Charlie Kirk got banned.