I actually have a pretty cool article in the pipeline – in my eyes, anyway – but I want to try and get it on ROK for fame, shits and giggles. It probably won’t work out, as my writing style is … different. But anyway, since you guys have been missing me so terribly, here is an absolute game changer (or a relative one?).
Ladies and gentlemen, I introduce to you the term: mommy-whipped.
To not make it too complicated and convoluted (are those the same?), I’ll just give you a checklist a la DSM aka pseudo-professional mental illness labeling:
You are mommy-whipped if:
- You will defend and justify any deed done by a woman towards her children with: She loves you.
- You think a mother can not be abusive towards her children emotionally, physically or sexually.
- You think a mother is more important to a boy than his father and/or can replace him by putting in hard work and sleepless nights and doing a hell of a job!.
- You put your mother or mothers in general above other women. Hint: Read stupid Bible quote below this list.
- You put the Mother Archetype above other Archetypes and see her as something like the Ultimate Deity and Creator or whatever.
- You view your mother or mothers in general as something pristine, unspoiled, holy.
- You think your mother is somehow different from other women, especially regarding typical red pill truths.
- You think that your mother has some mystical infathomable thing called a mother’s love to give you that you can never ever obtain anywhere else, especially not in yourself.
- You think you need your mother’s blessing to make personal life decisions and/or you feel the need to tell your mother about your life.
- You consider it wrong on principle to cut off contact to one’s mother.
- You firmly believe that you must honor your mother no matter what.
- You worship the mother as the giver of life. Hint: The zinc “spark of life” requires both egg and spermium.
- You do not dare to establish boundaries with your mother and let her talk to you about stuff that is none of her business, including psychological stuff, your relationships and other intimate matters.
- You think kids are indebted towards their mother for her so-called sacrifice. You feel you owe her your life.
- You think a mother always knows what’s best for you. Hint: A typical Western mother will eventually claim this.
- You worship the mother for having such a tough job and being strong etc and think she deserves tremendous respect. Hint: Life has equipped her with the ability to be a mother and other people have done great and difficult things as well.
- You put your mother’s needs and emotions before your own.
- You think you must take care of your mother when she gets old.
- You see mothers as some kind of unappreciated martyrs and do everything you can to help when she displays some ‘negative’ emotion like sadness.
- You let your mother chastise you for your expressions and talk differently to her than to other people. Aka feminine politeness.
- You like to use the phrase: But it’s your mother!
- You confuse guilt and shame with love and reason.
- You tolerate infantilizing behavior from your mother and accept her saying things like: To me, you will always be my little baby boy.
- You think that your mother’s sadness over you establishing boundaries and living your own life is a sign that you are doing something evil and hurtful.
- You blindly trust your mother’s judgment of your capabilities, dreams, aspirations, looks, personality.
- You think your mother has some kind of magical empathic connection to you that makes her feel whatever you feel and thus know what you feel. Hint: She is not telling you what you feel, but what to feel.
- You want to make your momma proud by being a so-called good man.
Stupid bible quote
(Mark 3:31-35; Luke 8:19-21)
While Jesus was still speaking to the crowds, His mother and brothers stood outside, wanting to speak to Him. Someone told Him, “Look, Your mother and brothers are standing outside, wanting to speak to You.”
But Jesus replied, “Who is My mother, and who are My brothers?” Pointing to His disciples, He said, “Here are My mother and My brothers. For whoever does the will of My Father in heaven is My brother and sister and mother.”
I actually got this from a movie with Willem Dafoe who plays a kind of bad boy Jesus. The movie is called The Last Temptation of Christ. In the relevant scene, his mother comes to him with some bullshit and someone says But she is your mother or something. And Jesus replies: I have no mother. I think he also says something about only having a father in heaven or some bullshit like that, but his mother weeps and is shocked as he marches on to follow his mission. Which is quite damn cool and also harmonizes with other red pill ideas like: A man’s mission must come before the women in his life. And for whom must this be more true than for his mother?
Anyway, this of course does not mean that the mother is not to be loved at all or anything like that.
It just means that mother should not be loved more than anyone else. And after all, Jesus did say something like Life thy next like you love yourself. Which means: Not more, not less, but equally. Although I personally think that love must always start with the self.
Got the idea for this article due to a few African guys who added me on Facebook. One of them actually posted some quote by some bitch who whined about how today, kids no longer obey their mothers despite their mother’s sacrifice. I thought for a second I had accidentally added a girl to my friend list. After pointing out the nonsense, he replied with: Wake up, Tom! It’s the joy of motherhood! Hint: If it is the joy of motherhood, how is it also a sacrifice? Bitch, please!
I think it is the ultimate challenge especially in a modern man’s life to not be mommy-whipped. Or: To become un-mommy-whipped. There are no intitiation rites at an early age that help a boy transition from being devoted to his mother towards having the metaphysical umbilical cord cut off by his father to grant him transition into the world of men. To be his own man, and not his momma’s boy.
And in fact, I think that a man can not truly love his mother unless he is independent of her. What he feels before the transition is not so much love as it is submission and attachment.
Hope I have not missed anything in my list above, but if I have, I will expand. Feel free to point out more signs of being mommy-whipped.
So long, bitchezz.