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He can leverage his Western citizenship to find the future mother of his child without worrying if she will divorce him and take all his money simply because she’s “bored” and no longer has “butterflies” in her stomach.
I expect the Jezebel crowd to soon associate foreign social networking sites to “sex trafficking,” “pedophilia,” and “online harassment.” The reason is simple: Anything you do that increases your ability to be sexually successful while decreasing your dependence on dating American women will result in them trying to isolate and disparage you.
The kicker is that you don’t need masterful game to land a feminine woman in Eastern Europe—being a standard issue beta male will actually get you a serious girlfriend just as fast, if not faster, than being a cocky alpha who is a pro at fucking American sluts.
For either type of man, taking a dive into this part of the world yields immense benefits in the form of healthier and more fulfilling relationships, even on a casual level.
I started by mass-friending, picking women who looked friendly enough to not blanch at a random request from an American, and attractive enough to have possibly been hit on by recently divorced guys slumped over their keyboards in middle America. Going after attractive women in a foreign country for a relationship is creepy, but American women who cruise for cock on OK Cupid or Craigslist is not?
Thankfully, the average beta male with absolutely zero game now has options if he wants a feminine woman, whereas ten years ago he was stuck.In his chronology, the events of the New Testament those of the Old Testament—and in any case, most of the stories are concocted to reflect later incidents.Joan of Arc was a model for the biblical character Deborah.Aristotle instructed Alexander the Great, who was a tsar, in Moscow in the 1400s.Early English history—from the accepted names and dates to the apocryphal legends of a post-Roman King Arthur—is actually a carbon copy of Fourth Century Byzantium, which is itself a fiction based on late Medieval events.
Can you recall your middle-school social studies lessons?