We knew this day would come. We’ve talked about it endlessly. And finally, it is here.
This has been long coming. The phenomenon of the incel-motivated massacre made its debut way on December 6, 1989 with Marc Lépine and the the École Polytechnique massacre, roughly a quarter-century after the beginning of the sexual revolution. That was the first bubble to rise in the pot. Even though mass murders over the next two decades may have been carried out by incel or nearcel perpetrators, it’s hard to say if any were specifically incel-motivated…that is, until 2009, when George Sodini carried out what was categorically an incel attack on women at an LA Fitness in Pennsylvania. But things really went into high gear when Elliot Rodger knifed, gunned down and ran over people in the 2014 Isla Vista massacre, mainly because the killer made his reasons very well known in a series of videos and a 141-page manifesto that took the phenomenon of incel into the mainstream, and blew the lid off the online incel movement.
Although there have been incel attacks since then, such as the college shooting in Roseburg, Oregon and probably some others that don’t come to mind…you know, perhaps they don’t come to mind because they didn’t give their motives the optics that Elliot Rodger did. Well, we’ve now reach the tipping point where two back-to-back incel massacres – the recent Toronto truck attack and the Santa Fe, Texas school shooting – have brought Incel right into the forefront, and incels are well on their way to becoming public enemy #1, if the tone of the conversations today tell us anything. What was the spark that set it all ablaze? Well, the timing of the Texas shooting immediately afterwords was definitely a splash of gasoline to really get it started, but the spark that really kicked off the “revolution” was the words of the killer in Toronto, calling for revolution and invoking Elliot Rodger
The Incel Revolution, with the ghost of Gen. Elliot Rodger leading the charge… For some, a hilarious farce, but for those who know that this is not going to end well, it’s the beginning of a very real crisis.
Oh, and MGTOW is being lumped in with it. Sorry guys, I didn’t do it, I promise.
Move over, gun control debate, because it’s now also a conversation about incel, about virgins, and in particular, those who talk about it online. We’ve talked about it becoming open season on incels, and now it’s here. If you have or have had any kind of presence in the online incel community, you had better be ready for a knock at the door. If you’re a virgin or you’ve never had a girlfriend, get ready to start coming under suspicion with those around you. It’s the official beginning of the SHTF days of incel, and if you want to keep your reputation, your dignity and even your freedom, you’d better be ready and not be caught flat-footed. This isn’t like being a Jew in Germany, 1939 where you can get out while the getting’s good – you can’t run, you can only hide. Both the political right and left are joining forces to go after this most marginalized group of all, incels, so you’ve got no allies to help you – you’re truly on your own, except for maybe the online anonymous support system we all know, but that may be brought to a halt with no warning. Prepare yourself.
Oh, and uh…the Southern Poverty Law Center just added incels to their list of online hate groups. So, if women aren’t attracted to you, and you’ve never had sex, you’re now officially part of a hate group, according to the premier clearinghouse of hate groups (if you take them seriously).
Here are the current videos…
This one is from the Young Twerks, which doesn’t say much but the obvious. No need to watch the last half, as it’s nothing but Cenk menstruating about Trump over the issue…
This is a CBC/VICE propaganda piece on it, and much like other commentators, they are talking about “the black pill”, which is supposedly different than the red or blue pill in that it preaches hopelessness… Gee, up until this point, I’ve only heard the term “black pill” from Omega Virgin Revolt (bad time to have a block with that in the URL) when he changed it up to “The Black Pill”, which I gather was more of an expression of incel + black separatism. Anyway, they advocate “policing” incel forums by deeming it hate speech.
Here’s a 40-minute long mush-headed CBC forum on it…
This is Joe Rogan’s first bite of it… I have faith in Joe, so he needs to let this idea brew for a while..
With Bill Maher, on the other hand, there is no hope for. Sorry, Alexius, but even these commie fuckers won’t agree to your government-gets-girlfriends idea. But seriously, it’s such a joke how there are always guests on Real Time who always have to menstruate out the most immature left-wing narratives. Of course I agree with what is said about prostitution, but it was probably only said because they know that there’s no way. The “Mormon answer” from Evan McMullin is indeed what you would call a typical Mormon answer, yes.
Here’s the earlier Infowars broadcast on it – you’ve already seen the more recent ones on my other post. “Man up and get a woman!” Nope, they are winners, and as such, incapable of understanding. To Alex Jones, incels are a “disgusting group of people”. He also manages to conflate incel with Islam. Good thing Alex Jones is knowledgeable about many other things, because he’s clueless on this one.
Fox News only has titles and music in this short, but hey, at least they did enough research to capture the part about how incel forums and women don’t mix:
I could go on forever posting videos of mainstream news coverage of incel, but of all the hubbub about it, the most clear-headed and rational assessment of it all comes from F. Roger Delvin (no surprise), in this interview. This probably deserves its own post.
So, if you’re incel, take heed; if you’re not, remember the plight of incels, and bear witness to a true slow holocaust in our day…
…Oh, and be glad that you didn’t take part in the Love-Shy documentary. Sorry, Advanced.
Let the games begin…