27 11 / 2012


Casanova didn’t come “straight from the ghetto” and Porfirio Rubirosa wasn’t the product of Jewish machinations. Some Jews have certainly been behind the recent push to spread the pickup artist lifestyle, but even The Game’s Jewish author Neil Strauss advocates marrying and having children. His book itself shows the most well-known modern pickup artist, Erik “Mystery” von Markovik, as a histrionic, suicidal manic-depressive who seemingly spends more time crying than picking up women—hardly as anyone to emulate

hey here’s a white nationalist writer extolling the virtues of PUA in an article called “Pickup Artists, Game, & White Nationalism”
bet you never thought you’d see that!
(source)

Casanova didn’t come “straight from the ghetto” and Porfirio Rubirosa wasn’t the product of Jewish machinations. Some Jews have certainly been behind the recent push to spread the pickup artist lifestyle, but even The Game’s Jewish author Neil Strauss advocates marrying and having children. His book itself shows the most well-known modern pickup artist, Erik “Mystery” von Markovik, as a histrionic, suicidal manic-depressive who seemingly spends more time crying than picking up women—hardly as anyone to emulate

hey here’s a white nationalist writer extolling the virtues of PUA in an article called “Pickup Artists, Game, & White Nationalism”

bet you never thought you’d see that!

(source)