Manosphere Theodore "Teddy" Beale / Vox Day / Vox Popoli / Teddy Spaghetti - pretentious self-imporant Ultra-Right Science Fiction writer and publisher, jealous of Jordan Peterson.

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That must've been a year or so back, when Vox was having a gay feud with ROTC before he had a gay feud with DavyCrocko.

Also, Teddy must've hit a manic phase recently considering how intent he has been on publicly humiliating those who step out of line:

Man, isn't it funny how all the people who disagree with Teddy are all totally delusional gamma secret kings?
Also Vax Dai, the IQ 147 stable genius, is absolutely incapable of weeding out these perfidious wretches unless they reveal themselves.
Also he and his posse of sycophants use it the same way Scientologists use "Suppressive Person".
What people follow such a utterly faggy cult, hanging onto every word uttered by a mediocre rich kid stumbling through life.
 

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That must've been a year or so back, when Vox was having a gay feud with ROTC before he had a gay feud with DavyCrocko.

Also, Teddy must've hit a manic phase recently considering how intent he has been on publicly humiliating those who step out of line:

Man, isn't it funny how all the people who disagree with Teddy are all totally delusional gamma secret kings?
Also Vax Dai, the IQ 147 stable genius, is absolutely incapable of weeding out these perfidious wretches unless they reveal themselves.
Also he and his posse of sycophants use it the same way Scientologists use "Suppressive Person".
What people follow such a utterly faggy cult, hanging onto every word uttered by a mediocre rich kid stumbling through life.

Ted doesn't care about this lowly gamma nobody. He doesn't care about him so much that he posts hundreds of words about about their internet slap fight in multiple posts half a day apart.

And then we have this part here:
"And there is the tell. Gammas love to feign that they are above the conflict, and posture in a way that is intended to suggest that the conflict merely amuses a superior being such as himself."

MY. SIDES. Teddy Spaghetti's complete lack of self-awareness is his best feature. It's what keeps me reading.
 

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Ted doesn't care about this lowly gamma nobody. He doesn't care about him so much that he posts hundreds of words about about their internet slap fight in multiple posts half a day apart.

And then we have this part here:
"And there is the tell. Gammas love to feign that they are above the conflict, and posture in a way that is intended to suggest that the conflict merely amuses a superior being such as himself."

MY. SIDES. Teddy Spaghetti's complete lack of self-awareness is his best feature. It's what keeps me reading.
Here's a new term I invented which fits VD to a tee:

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*Alpha-Omega male:

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Alpha-Omega males are the Omegaist of Omega males in existence; they're so Omega that their sheer Omega-ness has the ability to repel hot chicks from light-years away - to the point that even if an Alpha-Omega male was the last man on earth, a woman would rather be raped by a post-apocalyptic mutant created from nuclear waste than spend more than 10 nanoseconds in the vicinity of an Alpha Omega male.

Common traits of an Alpha-Omega male:

*Has a name with the initials "VD" and actually thinks it's cool

*Blames women for not being attracted to him, when he looks like Dr. Evil on roids, and women of higher status can afford to shop for a better offer

*Worships a game-show host who he reverse as the "God Emperor", with all the reference that a prison bitch does Bubba and his big black d-

*Strongly implies that he's so undesirable that he can't reproduce consentually (which makes him two loveshys away from a Russell Greer - as well as near the bottom of the evolutionary psychology hierarchy which he butchers)

*Has no macho credentials whatsoever - never served in combat, no credentials in martial arts, street fighting, competitive weightlifting or any contact sport (unless keyboard warrioring on Twitter with his "troll army" counts); couldn't even kick the ass of a Jean-Claude Van Damme body pillow real life

*Gives himself self-appointed titles like "Supreme Dark Lord", which almost make calling yourself "Captain Awesome" sound cool in comparison

*Has an army of whiny, pussy-whipped Omega followers who masturbate to the sound of his every fart, and can't wrap their minds around the fact that a grown man obsessed with bad comic books, Gamegate, and ugly Frog memes is the bane of "Western Civilization" (or civilization period)

*Is in his 30s and bald

The list continues

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So far Venereal Disease is the spitting definition of an Alpha-Omega male
 

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So it sounds like Benjamin and Vox are actually going to win against Patreon?

 

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So it sounds like Benjamin and Vox are actually going to win against Patreon?

On the one hand, tech companies get no sympathy from me.

On the other hand, Vox is going to be even MORE insufferable after this.
 

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Rekieta has been following that case and did a new video on it today.


The basics are that Patreon had a clause in its ToS saying that any legal disputes with them had to be settled via arbitration instead of lawsuits, which is a fairly standard thing tech companies put in ToSes to keep their butts out of court. However, California law was changed such that companies with such clauses had to burden the bulk of arbitration fees and pay them promptly. Patreon also said in their ToS that a patron sponsoring a creator through the site had a contract with the creator, apparently so that any disputes regarding unfulfilled rewards and such would have to be taken up with the creator rather than Patreon. When Patreon then shut down Owen Benjamin's Patreon campaign, hundreds of Benjamin's patrons took up an arbitration case against Patreon for tortious interference with that contract, and now Patreon is facing hundreds of thousands of dollars in arbitration-related fees and is begging poor to the actual courts. So Patreon is kinda getting hanged legally by their own ToS clauses attempting to keep them from getting legally encumbered in stuff. I might have some of the details wrong but that's my takeaway from Rekieta's coverage.
 

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Rekieta has been following that case and did a new video on it today.


The basics are that Patreon had a clause in its ToS saying that any legal disputes with them had to be settled via arbitration instead of lawsuits, which is a fairly standard thing tech companies put in ToSes to keep their butts out of court. However, California law was changed such that companies with such clauses had to burden the bulk of arbitration fees and pay them promptly. Patreon also said in their ToS that a patron sponsoring a creator through the site had a contract with the creator, apparently so that any disputes regarding unfulfilled rewards and such would have to be taken up with the creator rather than Patreon. When Patreon then shut down Owen Benjamin's Patreon campaign, hundreds of Benjamin's patrons took up an arbitration case against Patreon for tortious interference with that contract, and now Patreon is facing hundreds of thousands of dollars in arbitration-related fees and is begging poor to the actual courts. So Patreon is kinda getting hanged legally by their own ToS clauses attempting to keep them from getting legally encumbered in stuff. I might have some of the details wrong but that's my takeaway from Rekieta's coverage.

If Owen and Vox end up having one of their stupid plans succeed I will be stunned. This was quite possibly their dumbest stunt yet. And yet it might actually produce something.
 

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Rekieta has been following that case and did a new video on it today.


The basics are that Patreon had a clause in its ToS saying that any legal disputes with them had to be settled via arbitration instead of lawsuits, which is a fairly standard thing tech companies put in ToSes to keep their butts out of court. However, California law was changed such that companies with such clauses had to burden the bulk of arbitration fees and pay them promptly. Patreon also said in their ToS that a patron sponsoring a creator through the site had a contract with the creator, apparently so that any disputes regarding unfulfilled rewards and such would have to be taken up with the creator rather than Patreon. When Patreon then shut down Owen Benjamin's Patreon campaign, hundreds of Benjamin's patrons took up an arbitration case against Patreon for tortious interference with that contract, and now Patreon is facing hundreds of thousands of dollars in arbitration-related fees and is begging poor to the actual courts. So Patreon is kinda getting hanged legally by their own ToS clauses attempting to keep them from getting legally encumbered in stuff. I might have some of the details wrong but that's my takeaway from Rekieta's coverage.
That was also the broad strokes Viva Frei explained in his videos. Making this all sound somewhat legit.
 
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If Owen and Vox end up having one of their stupid plans succeed I will be stunned. This was quite possibly their dumbest stunt yet. And yet it might actually produce something.
If you keep swinging, you'll eventually hit something.
It'll be annoying if Vox wins the Lawsuit Lottery; although it may be funny to see how fast he manages to piss away any damages.
 
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Rekieta has been following that case and did a new video on it today.


The basics are that Patreon had a clause in its ToS saying that any legal disputes with them had to be settled via arbitration instead of lawsuits, which is a fairly standard thing tech companies put in ToSes to keep their butts out of court. However, California law was changed such that companies with such clauses had to burden the bulk of arbitration fees and pay them promptly. Patreon also said in their ToS that a patron sponsoring a creator through the site had a contract with the creator, apparently so that any disputes regarding unfulfilled rewards and such would have to be taken up with the creator rather than Patreon. When Patreon then shut down Owen Benjamin's Patreon campaign, hundreds of Benjamin's patrons took up an arbitration case against Patreon for tortious interference with that contract, and now Patreon is facing hundreds of thousands of dollars in arbitration-related fees and is begging poor to the actual courts. So Patreon is kinda getting hanged legally by their own ToS clauses attempting to keep them from getting legally encumbered in stuff. I might have some of the details wrong but that's my takeaway from Rekieta's coverage.
I'll actually be quite happy if one of these big tech companies gets smacked down for biased penalization and sleazy use of legal loopholes, even if it is by two speds like Owen and Teddy.
 

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I don't watch any of Rekeita's videos, literally the only content I've seen of his was the ending of his stream where he reacted to the audio of DSP's 341 meeting, and he predicted Phil was going to get into deep trouble for all his blatant lies and obfuscation. He ended up being wrong and I never felt any urge to listen to his expert legal opinions after that. Evidently Teddy likes him, though.

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I find his fondness for Rekeita sort of odd. I don't know anything about the guy, but I've read people saying that he made it out of law school and practiced being a lawyer for a couple years, then when he became popular on YouTube he quit his job and is just a content creator now. But Teddy has repeatedly referenced that some of his drone fans are lawyers, nicknamed them the "Legal Legion of Evil," and tried to intimidate people by saying he could sick these lawyers on them. But he still needs to watch Rekeita's videos to understand this case? A dude who never even practiced in the state where this case is happening? None of these people he claims are members of his personal army have the knowledge that Rekeita does?

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Not only that, but apparently he found the time to appear on this guy's stream? I know Teddy appeared on Alex Jones's show two or three times, and I wondered at the time if he was hoping to reach a wider audience of people who might fall for his various grifts and send him money to fight the SJW menace. If he's now appearing on the streams of popular YouTubers as well, the same thought pops back into my head.
 
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I find his fondness for Rekeita sort of odd. I don't know anything about the guy, but I've read people saying that he made it out of law school and practiced being a lawyer for a couple years, then when he became popular on YouTube he quit his job and is just a content creator now. But Teddy has repeatedly referenced that some of his drone fans are lawyers, nicknamed them the "Legal Legion of Evil," and tried to intimidate people by saying he could sick these lawyers on them. But he still needs to watch Rekeita's videos to understand this case? A dude who never even practiced in the state where this case is happening? None of these people he claims are members of his personal army have the knowledge that Rekeita does?

I think it is fairly likely that legal legion does not exist and that Teddy doesn't understand the cases, but him saying that he is going to watch it doesn't really mean that. People often watch stuff to reaffirm their existing opinions.
 

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I don't watch any of Rekeita's videos, literally the only content I've seen of his was the ending of his stream where he reacted to the audio of DSP's 341 meeting, and he predicted Phil was going to get into deep trouble for all his blatant lies and obfuscation.

He was right, though. In any properly run proceeding you would not get away with that shit. If you or I did that we'd be getting reamed by the bankruptcy court or even going to jail.

A dude who never even practiced in the state where this case is happening?

Bankruptcy is federal. The only state law is what exemptions you opt for.
 

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I find his fondness for Rekeita sort of odd. I don't know anything about the guy, but I've read people saying that he made it out of law school and practiced being a lawyer for a couple years, then when he became popular on YouTube he quit his job and is just a content creator now. But Teddy has repeatedly referenced that some of his drone fans are lawyers, nicknamed them the "Legal Legion of Evil," and tried to intimidate people by saying he could sick these lawyers on them. But he still needs to watch Rekeita's videos to understand this case? A dude who never even practiced in the state where this case is happening? None of these people he claims are members of his personal army have the knowledge that Rekeita does?
Rekieta (note spelling) did not quit his real lawyering gig completely. He seems smart enough to know that his YouTube/Patreon career could disappear in an instant so he's not putting all his eggs in that basket. He's probably able to be more selective about the cases he takes on currently, though. His popularity grew as he covered cases in specific fandoms; first the Dick/Maddox lolsuit, then the Meyer v. Waid case which kicked off in the early days of ComicsGate, then the Vic Mignogna case at the center of Weeb Wars. In all of these he covers the cases in an entertaining, non-impartial, non-PC way and breaks things down so that even idiots like me can get them, and drinks and cusses and hangs out with trannies while still being one of the most wholesome trad-dads you'll ever meet. It's quite a show, and I've learned a lot from it.
 

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Today's post from Ted [archived here] featured this hilarious bit about how playing nerdy board games in high school is much better than a law degree.

Teddy Spaghetti said:
Sadly, this excludes me, as I am not, and I have never been, a Patreon user. I just like to read rulebooks. Frankly, if lawyers knew anything at all about wargames, the first questions they should ask an opposing disputant is if they play Advanced Squad Leader and for how long. If the answers are "yes" and "more than 10 years", immediately advise the client to settle.

The intricacies of case law and legal theory are like retarded child's play compared to the ASL rules for everything from routing to vehicular attacks. Consider, for example, the procedure required to calculate the correct Firepower (FP) total while conducting an Overrun attack on exposed infantry by a vehicle.

So if you can figure out the hit dice of a dragon, then that's basically a lot harder than a couple of easy classes in contract law.
 

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Today's post from Ted [archived here] featured this hilarious bit about how playing nerdy board games in high school is much better than a law degree.



So if you can figure out the hit dice of a dragon, then that's basically a lot harder than a couple of easy classes in contract law.
As usual Teddy way overplays what could be a fair point.

Or at least, if you CAN'T follow complex rule interactions and anticipate opposing moves in a board game, then you have no business being a lawyer.

And like any profession, lawyers have their idiots too.

Doesn't mean Teddy is ready to argue cases before the supreme court.
 
JCW is a late life convert to Catholicism and very devout (like many late life converts). Let's just say if he's not authentic, then I question how anybody can be.

So much so he actually says nothing about the pope. I suspect he believes it's not his place as a newbie. (Kind of like how I have no opinions on how Null runs this place.)

Not sure what that means. Very devout. Aha. Every Christian who takes his faith seriously has to live a devout life, and this has little to do with becoming one late or early in life. I was born-again at age 30 3/4, mostly due to Vox Day's influence. I now have to endure this crappy existence I never asked for, otherwise I'd have tried to kill myself again. As Luther wrote in his first thesis, the Christian lives his whole life in repentance.

STEM people he must have learned to disrespect on his idiot father's knee, he routinely disrespects all things STEM in his blog writings, and that's part of what makes him unable to effectively lead them in private, as I've detailed about his gaming and *Galactic efforts.

I think his criticism of STEM has more to do with the fact that most scientists are atheists and try to push their philosophy onto people, using science as authority. And this has rightly to be called out, since not only is it wrong -- science has nothing to do with God's existence, except if you count theology a science -- and secondly, this pervasive meaninglessness contributed to my hanging attempt (ten years ago, in my early twenties).

And he is certainly correct that many of the STEM people that are lauded are really not too bright, and they especially lack a solid education. Most of them have no idea about anything outside their own niche. Vox Day is not the only one to critize science in this regard. Even atheists like German philosopher Marcus Gabriel have called out neuroscientists for their mushy and childish attempts to "show" that free will does not exist, and their continued attempts of trying to force their philosophical views on the public.
Let us not forget that greats like von Helmholtz knew Latin and Greek fluently; that Clerk Maxwell read Greek and Roman classics (in their original tongues) every morning to start his day. You don't find this level of education among most scientists of today. I think Maxwell was also a Christian, Faraday too.
Imagine a Polkinghorne forcing his Christian belief down peoples' throats: Dawkins and co. would get a heart attack, screaming and yelling about how he misuses science.
(And Feynman even admitted to having lived a life of debauchery and decadence, a vulgar imbecile basically.)

A Christian scientist would simply do science to try to understand God's creation, without forcing his own theological views on anyone. And this is, again, also happening in Germany. (What is even dumber, of course, is that these atheists in charge allow women to kill their children -- but I wasn't allowed a fifty cent barbiturate to kill myself only! Not that I am pro-suicide -- as a Christian, this is not possible --, but it's dishonest.)

I can understand that maybe she married him when he was much younger, had more hair and more perspectives for the future. But it's hard for me to imagine that he was ever attractive as a person (I don't mean looks here, I mean personality alone)

If you dont talk about looks, why mention his hair? I did not choose my genetics, and this is one reason I stopped reading his blog: his commenters have a hard time accepting that genetics is destiny. His Hypergamouse comic was so idiotic that I simply had to point that out. I would not have chosen my genetics had I been given the choice. Man, is this so hard? In fact, you cannot choose your environment either. Does anybody think being a mentally ill ugly hunchback with a four-inch wiener is great?

I wrote some of my thoughts down some time ago, but ultimately stopped adding to it. However, I did upload a copy:


(I've attached an image that wasn't archived there. It's an article I found on twitter by Harold Blake Walker about the right to life being great, but not for those who are unwanted.)

Now Vox isn't Catholic, which is no surprise given this post and his unbelief in the Trinity, God's omniscience and other Catholic dogma. But this also calls into question his Christianity, as he DOES believe in Hell. What Vox is saying, whether he realizes it or not, is that it is better for an entire race go to hell than risk having their culture changed. In which case, he should retract all his posts condemning neopaganism.

No, he doesn't want them to go to hell. And I personally find it rather distasteful when people talk rather lightly about the possibility of eternal damnation. Because this is a horrible fate. Show me that God does not exist, or that suicide won't damn my soul to hell and I'll gladly commit suicide.

There are Protestants who believe that Catholics go to hell, for example. Fact is, one can repent of one's sins in the Kalahari desert -- it's Christ Who saves. With which I'm not saying that the Church is unimportant, but I think Vox Day is correct when on the one hand he says that we are called to attend Church, but on the other hand he rightly asks those who claim that without the Church you're damned what good it does to sit in a converged Church, especially if you're not raising your voice and speak out against it.

Personally, I simply cannot bring myself to attend Churches that are into destroying Germany and the West as a whole. Mass immigration is a disaster. I got "lucky" and was "only" bullied to the point I had to leave school at age 15 -- 90% of bullies were Arabs, Turks, Lebanese. They were also the most brutal ones --, but others are less so, getting raped or even killed by people who should have no business being on European soil.

Udo Ulfkotte wrote his last book on the increase of sexual violence in Germany after 2015, published posthumously by his wife. Most of his sources, he wrote, aren't in german, but are from british or french newspapers. So no, I don't see how immigration is a Christian topic at all. I hate my life anyway, so maybe this is why I wouldn't emigrate even if dirt poor -- and I am mentally ill, part of the dregs of society --, since I'd rather find death and have this useless existence ended.

Still, Vox Day was the first smart chap who talked about Jesus Christ being Lord and Savior like as if it was a fact, and who also wasn't a sissy and opposed the horrible destruction of the West via mass immigration. Further, he is an avid reader, which I liked, since books were and are my refuge. The Christians I know usually wanted even more immigration. It has changed my country -- I live in Western Germany -- to the point of it not being German anymore in various places. I also liked his ruminations about history, his ability to say things that would get you into prison in Germany. And all this without any hatred or being "foaming-mouthed".

Still, I stopped reading his blog due to his laughable criticism of MGTOW, where I take the position of Andy Nowicki (he also made a video titled "Vox Day swings and misses on MGTOW" -- but I prefer his writing). It wasn't possible for me anymore to bear the constant insults of people, always calling them "Gamma". As Nowicki notes, this is no different from older insults like "nerd" etc., and he further remarked that apparently, "Gamma" men are those who disagree with him. I'm closer to Nowicki as regards my views on sexuality. And I personally find it distasteful to to brag about having had lots of women, since this is not only vulgar and immoral -- especially for a Christian … -- but it's one of the reasons we're in this mess in the West in the first place. And also why I'm alive, being flung into this vale of tears (Ps. 84:6) by a horny and useless solipsistic (he even called himself that) father who only cared about himself and did not raise me, since he simply left. Not that he would have been a great father anyway, for he is a useless clown, a sex-obsessed, useless, lazy and debaucherous piece of dirt. With crappy genetics on top! But enough of this.

I also reject his view of life being a "gift". That's where he starts to echo the Sunday School theology he otherwise rejects. The Bible teaches that God's Grace is the gift, not our physical life (bios). Even Cardinal Martini, in his exchange with Umberto Eco, got that right, but phrased it differently, of course. And Vox Day found this exchange crappy as well, in fact he listed it among the five or so biggest disappointments in his life (it's on his blog -- he loves Umberto Eco and interviewed him twice, as far as I know, so Eco's trite trash he uttered in there was even more disapponting to him than it was to me).

So, summing up, Vox Day has his flaws like everyone else; some of the criticism put forth here, especially by Besachf Jhakut, I found reasonable and agree with myself to a certain extent. InfoGalactic simply did not take off. I even once was part of the Burn Unit. Pretty disappointing. It also seems to be true that Vox Day has retreated more and more, and the commenters are some of the worst I ever encountered.

Amazon's algorithms recommended Vox Day's SJWs Always Lie several times to me, but I actually first really knew about him due to following Molyneux. I was mostly interested in Molyneux's interviews with "IQ researchers", i.e. psychologists like Linda Gottfredson, Nyborg etc., since I wanted to know how heritable IQ is, given that I failed school and felt like a loser. Now I have to accept the fact that I'm an average joe and live with it, but this + atheism? Is suicide. Even Nietzsche lived only because he was able to be creative, as he wrote in 1882. I had no interest in living a lousy, rotten, stinking existence; Kierkegaard and Pascal were hunchbacked as well, but they were also brilliant geniuses.

I don't follow him anymore, in fact I hardly follow anyone online anymore at all. To me, it's now mostly a waste of time. I started reading IQ-related material in 2012 or so, and in 2015, when Germany became a "hippy state," I followed "Alt-Right" blogs to better understand the politics and decisions behind it. I was also quite upset, given that the city I live in has changed drastically in the last 10-12 years in terms of demographics. Since I became a Christian in the process, suicide is off the table; something I still mourn to some extent, because, again, I hate existence, I hate my life (Jeremiah 20:14-18; Ecclesiastes 4:3; Job 3:3; Philippians 1:21-23 etc.)

P. S. Due to mental illness, I am unable to engage further in this topic, since it upsets me too much.
 

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