The economic collapse of Greece may not appear to be an issue that affects MGTOW as a whole, but it is an omen for other western countries that will inevitably face the same fate because the policies that have led Greece to their current crisis are mirrored nearly everywhere in the western world. Just as the social problems in the black community are more pronounced there due to the relative size of the black community, and yet are spreading to all communities; the economic problems in Greece are more pronounced due to their relative size, and yet are spreading to all economies.
So what happened to Greece in the first place? This was the birthplace of western civilization, the home of Leonidas and the the Spartan Warriors. How did they go from an empire to a collapsing joke, with an economy smaller than that of Dallas Texas? The answer is one-word: welfare, or if you prefer another word: socialism.
However, when you examine the implementation and execution of welfare and socialist policies, the primary beneficiaries are women, and the primary contributors (i.e. taxpayers) are men. Thus, if the words “welfare” and “socialism” are too specific, how do gynocentrism, feminism, or simply “women” tickle your fancy?
Even though socialism favors women, it was a woman, Margaret Thatcher that coined the phrase “The trouble with socialism is that eventually you run out of other people’s money”. This is what has happened to Greece. They listened to the voters that demanded lavish benefits, but refused to pay for them. They wanted to have it both ways, which is a quintessentially female attribute. As the country was beginning to collapse, and had to implement cuts in benefits and higher taxes (known as austerity), the voters responded by replacing their leaders with a new party that promised to keep the free money flowing and stop the cuts.
The funny thing about nature is that you can’t supercede it with laws passed by government. All the Feminist laws in the world will never make women biologically equal to men, and government cannot create wealth from nothing, regardless of what the voters say. The government might as well ban gravity, and expect everyone to begin floating around like they’re in outer-space. The government can indeed print money, but that merely causes inflation, as printing fiat currency doesn’t increase the amount of actual goods and services in the economy, and does nothing more than raise prices.
Facing a choice between the mandates of its people, and certain economic collapse, the leaders in Greece (who again, were elected to end austerity) have made a deal with the European Union to continue austerity, and even privatize formerly socialized banks. The people are furious and are rioting, even at the time of this writing. However, the government in Greece must now be forced to submit to the laws of economics, the voters be damned. This is the end of democracy for the very birthplace of democracy, and it happened because of welfare and socialism.
Greece is done as a sovereign country, at least for the foreseeable future. It will now be a client state, answerable to her masters in Germany and the European Union. If they refuse to bow down to the EU, they will be forced to accept less favorable terms from Russia, effectively trading one set of masters for another. There is no scenario where the current welfare state survives, and without welfare, and without the power of democracy, what power to the women of Greece have? They can vote in a new government made up entirely of Feminists, but they will still face the choice between submission or death, or in this case, austerity or collapse.
This is what I will term a “soft collapse”. As I outlined in my videos regarding the Traditionalism Cycle, and other videos regarding society: gynocentrism and feminism eventually collapses a society economically. In ancient Rome, the collapse was quite abrupt, and ended in the sacking of Rome by the Visigoths in 410 AD. As the world has become arguably for civilized, countries rarely invade other countries anymore, but instead seek to establish client states, because it maintains the facade of democracy, while the patron state is able to control the client state not under penalty of violence or war, but through debt and austerity. Under this system, democracy is a joke, as the voters will be handily ignored by any politician facing the choice of possible electoral defeat and certain economic dissolution.
As Greece is forced (kicking and screaming no doubt) to rollback its welfare programs and learn to live within its means, it will be very interesting to see how this affects the situation regarding gynocentrism and feminism.
A Greek Feminist blogger that teaches “feminist theory” in Crete University writes that the universities have become a “public dump”, and the universities needs to redirect funds from preserving benefits to maintaining the infrastructure. Again, this isn’t just any old Feminist, but a Feminist professor that teaches “feminist theory”, arguably a member of the class that leads and directs Feminism itself, calling for a reform of welfare because she sees the country physically collapsing around her.
Feminism can only exist and be maintained in a state of economic abundance, wherein women feel secure enough to make demands on the men and assert themselves. As those conditions deteriorate, Feminism will end, but make no mistake that female nature will not. While you may see a respect for men and masculinity return as important work needs to get down, the men of Greece should be keenly aware that this respect is temporary, and will end as soon as the work is complete, and their masculinity is no longer required.
While the current soft collapse is not likely to bring back a patriarchy, it’s worth considering that Greece is not the end, but only the beginning. What began in Greece will spread throughout Europe and the western world. However, like Greece, these countries will be unable to reform the welfare laws leading them to economic collapse because women will never allow it.
However, when these socialist countries run out of men’s money, and are forced to accept the terms of countries with money to lend, that is as much a collapse as the fall of Rome in 410 by the Visigoths. One of the reasons China is in a strong position to capitalize on this reality over the west is because they don’t tolerate Feminism, and while it has a social welfare system, it caters to those who produce (workers, i.e. men), and is not extended to the entire society (i.e. women).
China ostensibly has a communist government, and yet has more sensible welfare, and a more respectable stance on feminism than the west. In reality, China is more capitalistic than America, and abandoned communist economics in 1994, shortly after the fall of the Soviet Union. In a bitterly ironic twist, the victors of the Cold War adopted and expanded the policies of the loser, while the loser adopted and expanded the policies of the winner.
Why? Because of women! China was able to fundamentally retool their economy because they have nothing to fear from irrational voters with a natural affinity to being provided for, and thus demand the establishment and expansion of economically-crushing welfare programs, for which they do little or nothing to contribute to, nor earn, other than vote for those politicians which will provide the benefits they seek. While people can vote in China, including women, the officials they can vote for are restricted to the local level and handpicked by the national party. The ruling party of China is not subject to women voters, and is thus not suicidal like those in the west. #patriarchy