Thoughts on the Treatment of Ebola, and Why It Won’t Happen

Now that it’s here, in the US, we need to discuss how to treat Ebola.  Part of the problem is the so-called experts can’t even agree on the vector of transmission.

Dr. Thomas Frieden, director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, insisted before Congress on Thursday that he was confident Ebola would continue to spread exclusively through bodily fluids.

“We don’t believe it is spreading in any other way,” he told a hearing of the House Energy and Commerce Committee, according to the Times. “We are confident this is not airborne transmission.”

Meanwhile, there are dissenting voices:

Dr. Jane Orient, director of the Association of American Physicians and Surgeons, told Newmax TV on Thursday that she could see the possibility of Ebola being transmitted by air.

Specifically, Orient said, the germs could pass via “aerosols” that are created by sneezing or coughing.

“Your body fluids have to go through the air, unless you touch somebody,” she said. “You generate an aerosol if you cough or sneeze or vomit or have explosive diarrhea — and it makes droplets of different sizes.

“The ones that are really, really tiny can get through your mask, around your mask, down into your lungs,” Orient said, adding that these droplets could infect “target cells down in your lungs.”

There is a good historical example of an “incurable” virus that was cured because one man was willing to try something different.  I’ve linked to several articles below, both of which are worth reading.  During the 1940’s and 1950’s, Polio was killing almost a half-million people every year, world wide.  By the time the mass vaccinations got underway in the late 1950’s, the United States saw a peak of over 58,000 cases a year.

Most people think that Jonas Saulk cured polio.  He wasn’t the first, because Dr. Frederick Klenner cured a polio outbreak in 1948 in his small town of Reidsville, North Carolina.  But, you can’t patent vitamin C, and even though kids were dying left and right, the medical establishment ignored Dr. Klenner.  The following is excerpted from an article by Dr. Klenner, published in the July 1949 edition of Southern Medicine and Surgery:

In the poliomyelitis epidemic in North Carolina in 1948, 60 cases of this disease came under our care. These patients presented all or almost all of these signs and symptoms: Fever of 101 to 104.6°, headache, pain at the back of the eyes, conjunctivitis, scarlet throat; pain between the shoulders, the back of the neck, one or more extremity, the lumbar back; nausea, vomiting and constipation. In 15 of these cases the diagnosis was confirmed by lumbar puncture; the cell count ranging from 33 to 125. Eight had been in contact with a proven case; two of this group received spinal taps. Examination of the spinal fluid was not carried out in others for the reasons: (1) Flexner and Amoss had warned that “simple lumbar puncture attended with even very slight hemorrhage opens the way for the passage of the virus from the blood into the central nervous system and thus promotes infection.” (2) A patient presenting all or almost all of the above signs and symptoms during an epidemic of poliomyelitis must be considered infected with this virus. (3) Routine lumbar puncture would have made it obligatory to report each case as diagnosed to the health authorities. This would have deprived myself of valuable clinical material and the patients of most valuable therapy, since they would have been removed to a receiving center in a nearby town.

The treatment employed was vitamin C in massive doses. It was given like any other antibiotic every two to four hours. The initial dose was 1000 to 2000 mg., depending on age. Children up to four years received the injections intramuscularly. Since laboratory facilitates for whole blood and urine determinations of the concentration of vitamin C were not available, the temperature curve was adopted as the guide for additional medication. The rectal temperature was recorded every two hours. No temperature response after the second hour was taken to indicate the second 1000 or 2000 mg. If there was a drop in fever after two hours, two more hours was allowed before the second dose. This schedule was followed for 24 hours. After this time the fever was consistently down, so the drug was given 1000 to 2000 mg. every six hours for the next 48 hours. All patients were clinically well after 72 hours. After three patients had a relapse the drug was continued for at least 48 hours longer—1000 to 2000 mg. every eight to 12 hours. Where spinal taps were performed, it was the rule to find a reversion of the fluid to normal after the second day of treatment.

For patients treated in the home the dose schedule was 2000 mg. by needle every six hours, supplemented by 1000 to 2000 mg. every two hours by mouth. The tablet was crushed and dissolved in fruit juice. All of the natural “C” in fruit juice is taken up by the body; this made us expect catalytic action from this medium. Rutin, 20 mg., was used with vitamin C by mouth in a few cases, instead of the fruit juice. Hawley and others have shown that vitamin C taken by mouth will show its peak of excretion in the urine in from four to six hours. Intravenous administration produces this peak in from one to three hours. By this route however, the concentration in the blood is raised so suddenly that a transitory overflow into the urine results before the tissues are saturated. Some authorities suggest that the subcutaneous method is the most conservative in terms of vitamin C loss but this factor is overwhelmingly neutralized by the factor of pain inflicted.

Two patients in this series of 60 regurgitated fluid through the nose. This was interpreted as representing the dangerous bulbar type. For a patient in this category postural drainage, oxygen administration, in some cases tracheotomy, needs to be instituted, until the vitamin C has had sufficient time to work—in our experience 36 hours. Failure to recognize this factor might sacrifice the chance of recovery. With these precautions taken, every patient of this series recovered uneventfully within three to five days.

See that?  That was published in July of 1949.  A CURE for POLIO.  The US medical industry is responsible for every death and paralysis from Polio from 1950 onward.  There should have been 60 point headlines in the New York Times.  There weren’t.  Because you can’t patent a vitamin and make an obscene profit.

The biggest irony of all was Jonas Salk donated his discovery to the general public, releasing it free of charge with no patent.  That later resulted in an unprecedented meeting between representatives of every major pharmaceutical company and most of the minor ones, presided over by a former chairman of the FDA.  The purpose of that meeting was to ensure there would never again be another Jonas Salk.  That meeting is actually part of my family history…

Dr. Klenner published another article in 1971 in the Journal of Applied Nutrition, which is well worth reading:

Observations On the Dose and Administration of Ascorbic Acid When Employed Beyond the Range Of A Vitamin In Human Pathology

While admittedly tangential to the discussion of treating Ebola, high doses of intravenous ascorbic acid (IVAA) have been very successful in treating various forms of cancer.  If one reads the articles, one discovers that IVAA is quite efficacious in treating everything from snakebite to measles to hepatitis to polio.  Unfortunately, this ‘wonder drug’ won’t be used unless you do it yourself.  Sorry, folks.

If one reads the articles it becomes apparent that *somebody* ought to be trying this with the Ebola epidemic.  That, however, is extremely unlikely to happen, and the reason is you can’t patent a vitamin.  There’s no way for a pharmaceutical company to make an obscene profit, which is exactly what will happen if they come up with a vaccine that works.

So, be advised, anybody that really wants to can obtain sodium ascorbate for injection, along with appropriate syringes and needles.  I’m sure you’ll think up something to tell your veterinarian.   As I type this, I’m looking at a 100 ml bottle of ORTHO-CS 250, produced by Merit Pharmaceuticals.  It has 250 mg of sodium ascorbate per 1 ml of solution, so a single injection from a 50ml syringe will deliver about 12.5 grams of sodium ascorbate.  This can be delivered by direct injection or mixed with an IV (Ringers or D5W, but NOT sterile water).  As soon as the body gets the sodium ascorbate, the liver goes into overdrive trying to eliminate it.  The object is to get a high enough plasma level to get the job done, and that means dropping in a heavy load.

I’m not a doctor and this isn’t medical advice; you are responsible for your own health and there are numerous health-care professionals who will provide intravenous ascorbic acid therapy.  Google is your friend.

 PS.  Just because somebody can hang MD after their name doesn’t make them a health-care expert.  In fact, the training they received may prevent them from getting the answers they need.  Another historical point:  Smallpox.  It has never been proven what the vector of transmission of smallpox was.  A cursory search will give answers, but if one digs into the literature it becomes apparent that it has never been proven what the vector of transmission for smallpox is.  Think about that.  They have never proved how it’s spread.

Dr. A.R Cambell was a pioneering physician in San Antonio, Texas at the turn of the 20th Century.  He discovered the vector of transmission for smallpox, which was the bedbug.  Read the link and read the linked pages.  He was uniformly ignored.  If you want a copy of his book, it’s available from the Soil and Health Library.  While some of his practices were appalling, he did get results.  Why does this matter?  Because the current medical experts don’t know much more about Ebola than the medical experts knew about smallpox a hundred years ago.  When the WHO went on a rampage vaccinating everyone after WWII, they also had sanitation teams that sprayed the hell out of everything with DDT.  Thus ended the smallpox outbreaks.  It wasn’t a vaccination that killed smallpox, it was DDT.

 

Feminism, Feral Women and the Unequal Treatment of Men

Just a few links to stories that demonstrate just how feral women are still able to take advantage of men.

Liz Jones recently wrote a long article about trying to steal a guy’s sperm in order to get pregnant.

Just one of the money quotes:

Of course, not every woman in my position would resort to extreme measures. But I do believe that any man who moves in with a woman in her late 30s or early 40s should take it as read that she will want to use them to procreate, by fair means or foul, no matter how much she protests otherwise.

A 2001 survey revealed that 42 per cent of women would lie about using contraception in order to get pregnant in spite of their partners’ wishes

But what if it’s worse than that?
Down in Houston, a woman stole her ex-boyfriend’s sperm, had it stored at a sperm bank, and after they broke up, she had herself inseminated via IVF.  She later sued him for child support and won.
And over in Louisiana, a woman walked into a sperm bank and literally stole her ex-boyfriend’s sperm by simply asking for it.  Now, she wants child support as well.  According to the article, “Under Louisiana state law, the ex-boyfriend, Layne Hardin, is expected to pay $1,000 dollars a month in child support for the now two-year-old boy.”

But, what if the situation were reversed?  Up in the great white north, a Novia Scotia man was found guilty of sexual assault for poking holes in condoms in hopes his girlfriend would get pregnant.
I won’t bother linking to the stories of women raping underaged boys (they can’t legally give consent, making it statutory rape) but I recall one case where the judge ordered the boys parents to pay the child support until he’s old enough to get a job.  How bad does it get?
Can anybody possibly imagine a 46 year old male teacher who tried to get a 10 year old girl to come to his house and have sex with him not being jailed?

I laughed until I cried.

It is very seldom that I read the reviews at Amazon, other than a couple deemed “most helpful.”  However, following some links I ran across a product that took me (mentally, anyway) straight back to Jr. High.  Reading the stories of how this stuff was used, well, I laughed until I cried.   I highly recommend one not read the reviews at work and be aware it’s got 1100 reviews.  There are a half-dozen real gems and at least 30-40 good ones.

Enjoy, but remember to sort the reviews by “Most helpful first.”

Eschatology, Meet Feminism. Feminism, Meet Your Doom

There are many, many different creeds and catechisms with a broad variance as to what any particular group claims to believe within the realm of what we call Christianity.  I believe the study of eschatology (study of end times) has the widest divergence of belief. The book of Revelation is particularly problematic, as are the prophetic parts of Daniel, Ezekiel, Isaiah and the Lord’s discussion of the end times in the Olivet discourses.  One of the problems with Revelation is that it isn’t exactly in chronological order.

What does this have to do with feminism, you might ask?  Plenty.  Biblical scholars have often noted that there is no mention of the west in any of the end times prophesies.  From what I can see, only two things remain to take place before the “end times” begins.  First is the consolidation of power by the antichrist and the second is what Isaiah refered to as Israel signing a “covenant with death” which is a defense treaty with the antichrist.  But why would Israel need protection from the antichrist?  Isn’t the US it’s protector?  Well, what happens if the US isn’t around to help any longer?

Take down the US and you take down the world’s financial system.  It leaves a huge, gaping hole in the geopolitical spectrum.  Just the sort of thing that would allow the antichrist to take over and consolidate things.  A new financial system would have to be put in place and if one is starting over from scratch, why not go full-monte and have everyone get a biometric chip?  The tech is here and people respond best to unreasonable demands when they’re scared and looking for security.

There are many (and I’m one of them) who think that New York City is the modern-day Babylon described in Revelation 18. The “Fallen, fallen is Babylon the Great” at verse 18:2 was the twin towers falling on 9/11.  However, that didn’t destroy the city, because after that a loud voice from Heaven said “come out of her my people, that you may not participate in her sins and that you may not receive of her plagues” in verse 4.  Verses 17 and 18 fit with 9/11 being the “fallen, fallen” as well.

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National Park Service photo, the twin towers burning, view from the harbor.

So, if you can buy that, check out verse 21, which occurs at a later point in time:

“And a strong angel took up a stone like a great millstone and threw it into the sea, saying, “Thus will Babylon, the great city, be thrown down with violence, and will not be found any longer.” Revelation 18:21

I believe the United States is already under judgment (Romans 1:18-32) and it always ends in destruction if the people don’t repent. Anybody seen much repentance lately? Yep, that’s what I thought.  I haven’t either.  You’ll find a “great stone” here that if cast into the sea will create the exact conditions described in verses 22-24, meaning no life left.  The stone “like a great millstone” is a pretty good description of a chunk of rock 15 km wide, 25 km long and 1.4 km thick.  Ward and Day did some computer modeling of what would happen if that piece of escarpment broke off due to volcanic eruption induced earthquakes. The result would be a massive tidal wave that would hit the Eastern Seaboard of the US six hours later as a series of tidal waves 10 to 24 meters high.

The pictures you’ll want to look at are on page three of this paper:

Think about the panic.  Instant gridlock, no way to evacuate more than a small percentage of the population, and where would they go?   Then come the waves.  Port facilities and terminals, telecommunications facilities, refineries…  poof.  Gone.  But what if there was no warning?  Well, there would be some warning because the coast of Africa would get pounded with 50-60 meter tidal waves within an hour.  I’m sure somebody would figure it out and the news-vultures would go nuts.

The computer model shows “a great sequence” of tidal waves between 10 and 25 meters high hitting all along the east coast of the US that (in my opinion) would be sufficient to destroy NYC, but what if it’s worse?  What if the lead waves were 50 meters tall?  Think about the cargo ships and tankers that would get picked up and slammed into the buildings.  The skyscrapers were never built to a standard to withstand multiple 100+ foot tidal waves that just keep coming and pounding.  For a period of perhaps half an hour to an hour those waves will keep pounding and the entire East Coast will be either badly damaged or just plain gone. A rolling blackout would take down the electric grid in much of the country and there goes the financial network and suddenly nobody’s plastic will do anything. There will be millions of refugees and who knows how many dead.

There will be so many dead and the destruction will be so massive, just from a public health standpoint the only way to deal with the problem of all the dead bodies would be to quarantine all but critical areas and let the bodies rot.  This would be a TEOTWAWKI event for the US and indeed, to one extent or another, for the rest of the world.

The shooting will start within hours and nothing will ever be the same again.  I say that because if we had riots starting after just 12 hours of the EBT card network going down, when everything else was working, how are things going to play out when nothing works and there was six hours of non-stop media coverage of the tidal waves coming to destroy the East coast?

You might say that the power would be brought back up pretty quickly in most places.  Perhaps, perhaps not.  Power grids are all about load management and balance.   I don’t know that anyone ever tried to model the entire East Coast being taken out, power plants destroyed and fuel supplies cut off because the pipeline terminals were destroyed.

Consider that the nation’s food supply is transported around in trucks on a constant basis. Interrupt that flow of trucks and stores have no food within a day or two, but add panic buying to that and they’ll be empty within hours.  How many OTR truckers will drive into a war zone, or down roads where they’re subjected to being shot so their truck can be looted? No way for law enforcement to use typical swarming tactics because they’d be stretched too thin. Stores would be looted and there wouldn’t be a single flash-point, every population center would be a flash-point.

When people get hungry, they get crazy. Racial tension will boil over. If it happened in winter, I’d predict massive starvation in many areas as the food and fuel runs out. We’re looking at population reduction on a massive scale as many can’t get enough food and starve while others fight over fewer and fewer available resources (with resultant casualties) to stay alive.  Hungry, panicked, well-armed people does not combine well with a collapsed supply chain.  Martial law declared?  I have no doubt it will be, but martial law requires force projection to enforce it.   Depending on how fast people get organized, there may well be a civil war going before services are fully restored.

What about all those combat vets now interspersed through the population? What about the well-armed and well organized criminal gangs?  What about weaponry? The US has been manufacturing and selling over 2 million rifles and shotguns annually for the past several years and that doesn’t include numbers from 2012 and 2013 (BATF delays releasing the numbers). No figures on imports, but just on what’s being manufactured and sold in the US, we’re talking about sufficient weapons to arm a couple of infantry divisions being sold every single day for the past several years. Every time Obama opened his mouth people went out and bought guns. The ammo shortage caused people to panic-purchase ammo and keep purchasing it after it became available again. The US population is now insanely well-armed and this place is simply a powder-keg waiting for the fuze to be lit.

I don’t think anybody could realistically come up with casualty figures because nobody has ever seen the collapse of infrastructure in a nation so heavily dependent on that infrastructure.  We could literally have a different country within a matter of hours at any time and I guarantee you that one of the first casualties will be feminism. It’s ironic that in the famine that follows the fatties will have the best chance of making it but they’ll have to have men to protect them.

The definition of “high value man” will change overnight. Got food? Good. Do you have the capacity to produce food and store it? Better. Can you defend it?  Then you da man… Got some useful young lads willing to follow your lead who can shoot and scoot? If you can feed them, then you da local baron, duke or whatever you want to call yourself.  At that point protecting you and yours will be the name of the game and people are going to be looking for leadership and protection.

Now…  I know a lot of people who don’t take the book of Revelation seriously, but if one studies chapter 18 with the idea that it’s describing a real event, and when one considers that “great stone” sitting across the pond on Cumbre Vieja, well, think about it.  If God wants it to happen it will.  I believe it’s going to happen at some point, I just don’t know when.  God told Abraham that his descendants would come back in 400 years to occupy the land, because the sin of the Amorites had not yet reached its full measure.  So I’m thinking that when that sin reaches its full measure, the East Coast is not the place to be.

For those who can’t handle the idea of God doing it or even predicting that it’s going to happen, look at it this way:  If Ward and Day’s analysis is correct, Cumbre Vieja is the ultimate asymmetric warfare threat to the US today.   The ultimate force multiplier.  All the bad guys need to do is go in as a seismic survey team, get the data, analyze the data and stick a couple of nukes right where they’ll do the most good.  Who would ever know?  Now… how many countries have nukes, even a couple of them?   And how many of them are haters?  What about rogue operations?  What about a straight up decision that America has to go because the US has finally “crossed the line” and meddled too much? Call it whatever you want to call it, just don’t be on Long Island when it happens.

Further Reading  Leaked Diplomatic Phone Call Causes Furor.

Utah’s Prohibition Against Polygyny Struck Down In Federal Court

In Brown v. Buhman, the US District Court of Utah, Central Division, Judge Clark Waddoups struck down a portion of the Utah Bigamy statute, removing the phrase “or cohabits with another person” as being unconstitutional.

The Utah Bigamy statute, Utah Code Ann. § 76-7-101, provides:

  •             (1) A person is guilty of bigamy when, knowing he has a husband or wife or knowing the other person has a husband or wife, the person purports to marry another person or cohabits with another person.
  •             (2) Bigamy is a felony of the third degree.
  •             (3) It shall be a defense to bigamy that the accused reasonably believed he and the other person were legally eligible to remarry.

As I have written before, there is nothing in the Bible that prohibits polygyny nor is there any condemnation for the practice.  The practice is regulated in God’s Law, God took credit for giving King David multiple wives and Isaiah 4:1 says that polygyny will occur in the Millennial Kingdom.

It is my opinion that polygyny (in the form of a written cohabitation agreement (marital covenant)) is the only way for a man to avoid the dangers of Marriage 2.0.  Likewise, it meets the needs of the High-N sluts who are (by their own choices) now wholly unsuitable for monogamous marriage.  Such women self-selected to ride the carousel and share a man with other women.  Fine, let them share.  Three or four such women should band together, move in together and solve their interpersonal problems.  Once they’ve done that they need to go husband hunting and when they find one they all agree is suitable, make him the offer of a lifetime.

This case will in all likelihood be appealed, but only because they’re elected officials and a majority of the voters think polygyny is wrong.  As the Salt Lake Tribune put it: “[Judge] Waddoups was probably aware an appeal was likely and that’s why he took almost 11 months to write a 91-page opinion.”  Having read the opinion, if the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals makes a hash of this and tries to overturn the ruling, I think this is headed for the Supreme Court.  Waddoups reasoning is well cited and tight.  The fact that the State basically didn’t even respond to any of the seven significant constitutional points raised by Brown is not going to help.

I call this a victory for privacy and a strong blow against Marriage 2.0

Craigslist, the Go-To App For Hypergamy

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Many of the social myths about women and feminism are being exposed and destroyed by the internet, social media and cheap, ubiquitous digital cameras.  A record of behavior is being created that will establish for all time that women are at least as likely to cheat as men and probably more so given their greater ability.  Consider the college girlfriend home for the holidays without her boyfriend.  What does she do

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Craigslist is probably the most convincing proof for blue-pill people (and even some of the red-pill people) of female hypergamy and promiscuity.  Virtually all the contested issues show up on Craigslist, such as the young women now focused solely on education and career that they don’t have time for relationships and aren’t interested in a relationship anyway.  But when the biology catches up to them… like this one…

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Sometimes they aren’t focused on themselves, they’re single because they’re alpha widows.  Consider the following narrative of a woman who’s been pining away for 14 years for her personal Alpha.

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Many of them do winding up slutting their way through their twenties and with their biological clock ticking, they suddenly come to a decision.  Notice the sense of entitlement in this young woman’s post and the fact she won’t be lying to men anymore…

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Unfortunately, most of these girls (if they do marry) wind up settling for a guy they really aren’t attracted to.  What happens, after a period of time, is predictable.  Take this example of a husband that’s working his ass off to provide for his family.  How does his wife handle that?  She’s on Craigslist!

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Or this one, in which she makes it plain that while she wants to stay married, she wants the tingles and evidently that’s absent at home.

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Some are more discrete, such as the presumably married woman out of town on a business trip making plans to find someone younger, with *stamina* and discretion.

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Some wives take a different path toward trying to solve the problem of unhappiness with their husband. Take this wife, for example:

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Many will agree that women will willingly share a high-value man, but as I’ve stated before, some of them discover that they like the arrangement.  If one goes to any major-city Craigslist and looks in the “women seeking women” category of personal ads, there will be numerous ads by couples seeking a woman to join their relationship and swing both ways.  It’s become a specific category (mw4w) under the “Casual Encounters” section and while one might not think this is popular, the numbers tell a different story.

Keep in mind that Craigslist is populated (from what I can see) gamma and omega men for the most part.  The women tend to be either quite good-looking or completely cringe-worthy.  Keep in mind also, I’m only using data from the Casual Encounters segment of the personals and comparing the mw4w with the m4w sub-categories within Casual Encounters.   I point this out because there is another major category called Men for Women but that’s not where I pulled the data.

Typically (unless the ads are flagged and removed) they stay up for 60 days or until the 2500 max number of ads in that category has been reached.  In Houston, the men for women category maxes out and the ads drop off within about three days.  There’s also the issue of flagged ads being removed, which happens a lot more often in the m4w and w4m categories than it does in the mw4w category.    Indianapolis had 439/2500 ads, Phoenix had 1037/2500.  Evansville, IN had 103/1228, Boise, ID had 241/2500.  Des Moines had 185/2500, Houston had 1043/2500, Ashville, NC had 141/1932 and good old Ann Arbor, MI limped in at 100/1394.

Evansville, Ann Arbor and Ashville all demonstrate that couples looking for another woman represent about 7% to 8% of the number of men placing ads for women.  What does this tell us?  Other than it’s happening a lot more than most people would believe, not much.  It appears that it’s driven more by the women than the men, though, just from a casual read of some of the ads.  A very good friend who once identified as a lesbian and is now identifying as heterosexual (not bisexual) told me that her husband wanted her to recruit another woman to share their bed.  She asserts that many of the women are doing this because their husbands want them to.  Without serious research we won’t know.   I predict the next generation of dissertations covering this phenomenon will be interesting reading.  I will admit that while currently it seems to fall into the area of kink, it’s producing a school of thought like this, taken from a recent Craigslist ad by a couple looking for another woman:

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When you hear blue-pill people say “women aren’t like that” just direct them to the Craigslist personals… but not while at work.

Ashley Madison (ashleymadison.com) is also proof that a lot more wives cheat on their husbands than many would imagine.

Women, be careful

On this thread at Sunshine Mary’s, Deti said:

My position is that MANY women would cheat if right time, right place, right guy, low risk of detection. Not most, and certainly not all, but a significant minority.

What he is describing is what I’m going to call “the perfect storm” theory.  I hold the view that when a wife is faced with her “perfect storm” it’s going to happen far more often than most are willing to admit; especially if she’s ovulating and fighting with her husband.  Consider this scenario:

Out of town on a business trip with a co-worker she’s somewhat attracted to, the day after an epic fight with her husband and right after the surprisingly flirtatious liquid lunch in the hotel bar… they’re now headed upstairs to their rooms because they don’t have anything on the agenda for the rest of the day and “should probably get some work done.”    Still flirting playfully, they get into the elevator.

The red flags in the arc of this short narrative are everywhere, but I think the real issue is it isn’t just what she will or won’t do, it’s also him.  What if his major goal for this business trip was to get her in bed… that he wanted to nail her from the moment he first saw her, he’s attractive and he has a good understanding of game?    She won’t realize he’s worked for months to develop comfort and repoire at work while keeping the attraction building on a very low key.   Likewise the “innocent” flirting.   It worked and she doesn’t see him as a threat and she doesn’t know she’s being gamed.

He now has her completely isolated in a hotel in another city.   He’s been pouring drink into her  and working to develop attraction based on the previously established comfort and she’s now showing obvious attraction and their flirting is very overt (they’re anonymous in this city- who will know?).   He’s stepped up the physical touching and she’s responding.  They had two (rather strong) drinks and then he suggested they stop so she won’t think he was trying to get her drunk, and they should probably go to their rooms and try to get some work done.  More comfort and the setup for the endgame.   The alcohol has dropped her inhibitions a bit and her comfort level is back up.  They continue flirting in the elevator.

Will it be a surprise, when he invites her into his room with some excuse or another that she’ll walk through the door and continue flirting with him?  And when he kisses her and she finds herself responding hungrily, will it come as a surprise to anyone that her clothes come off in short order?

The problem is the scenario didn’t start when she made the decision to go into his room, or even when she agreed to the trip with him,  it started when she got the job working outside the home.  Everything after that was simply a progression of decision points, like when she “innocently” flirted with him the first time, or shared emotionally intimate details of her life with him.  And then agreed to come on the trip with him.  And then chose to have drinks with him at the bar, drinking on an empty stomach.  And while having those drinks in an anonymous hotel bar in another city,  allowed him to flirt openly with her and surprise!  She enjoyed it!  Walking into his room with him, not to come out until the next morning, was merely the final step in this predictable progression.

Am I saying that women who work outside the home will cheat because they’re working outside the home?  No.  Am I saying that SAHM’s don’t cheat?  No.  I am saying that working outside the home (usually) offers much greater opportunity to develop relationships with men other than the husband and opportunities to be alone with them.  It can cause friction within the home for lots of well-documented reasons.  All this is a recipe for creating the “perfect storm.”  It doesn’t mean it will happen, it doesn’t mean she can’t make it through the storm if it does happen, I’m just saying the odds of such a storm ever hitting are higher when the wife works outside the home.  If and when it hits other issues come into play.  In her relationship with her husband are they fighting, is she attracted to him and how does he compare to this guy?  Where she is in her menstrual cycle?

It isn’t productive to try to isolate this at the point of her getting out of the elevator with his hand gently on the small of her back and say the real decision is which door she walks through.  Yes, which door she walks through is almost the final decision point, she’s responsible for it and part of her knows exactly what will happen on the other side of his door and can’t wait.  One never knows, she might offer some last minute resistance and he could blow it, but odds are that if she walks into his room it’s over.  The reason is that the work-relationship that produced comfort and repoire came first, then came the fight with her husband and within that context the isolation, inebriation and flirting that led to her arousal are all key points in this narrative, not merely the tingles that have her hamster in full control when she walks out of the elevator.

So don’t read this as me disparaging the married ladies, I’m just pointing out there are some men who prefer  married women.  Some of those men will go to great lengths to create the circumstances and provide the logistics under which a wife is isolated, inebriated, teased, aroused and then *BANG*  It just happens.  It may not have all those elements, but when all the elements come together under the control of a very attractive man who created the situation specifically to seduce said wife, she will be facing her perfect storm.  If she has the wisdom to run while she can, she should.

Otherwise, later may come the wail of “I don’t know how… it just happened!”

What used to be reasonable and prudent steps to avoid even the appearance of evil are now viewed as ridiculous and both men and women are put in situations in which isolation is followed by inebriation, teasing, flirting, arousal and finally, *BANG*  It just happens.

Or, perhaps it doesn’t because despite the best efforts of some very attractive guy, the strength of the wife’s character, her depth of faith, her fear of her very alpha husband’s wrath or even God’s direct intervention with a phone call from her child combines to remind her of what she is about to risk losing and brings her to her senses.

[*EDIT:  What I'm trying to communicate is that Christian wives are particularly at risk because their husbands are having "submission to wives" and "servant leadership" pounded into them by the feminist-infected church.  Their husbands are being taught and trained to do things that will cause their wives to be contemptuous of them.  Because of the contempt the wives have for their husbands' supplicating behavior, the wives are at risk.

The unhappy, unfulfilled and frustrated Christian wife who tries to "take it to Jesus" may very well wind up with a holier-than-thou attitude or give off that vibe.  If she's an attractive woman, she's just set herself up as the ultimate challenge to the sociopathic home-wrecker.  I'm not saying that she should get fat (and I suspect that there's more than a few of them who subconsciously do it as a defense), but ultimately the garbage the church is teaching men and women puts her at risk for seduction by a dominant, attractive man.]

The only way to win is not to play the game.  Even then, the game may come to you.  It may be in church (yes, Virginia, there do be wolves in church) or the neighborhood or any social setting.  However, the SAHM that’s homeschooling her children almost always has chaperoned accountability, so developing a relationship with her would be very difficult and she would be almost impossible to isolate.

There Are Reasons To Be Thankful For Not Being Rich.

Years ago I made the acquaintance of someone who has a security and investigative agency (not in this country) that caters to the top echelon of the social/political circuit.  They provide high-end security and monitoring, bodyguards and investigative services.  They also provide a special service for those who want to divorce without losing their money.     It’s a Catholic country with really hairy divorce proceedings and for some who want out of their marriage, there is a lot of money on the table as well as intermingled business relationships between the two families.  Getting out of such marriages can be a very tricky business and the holy grail in such situations is documented evidence of adultery (especially if there’s salacious video). Understand, in that country and at that level, there are no rules, but it certainly isn’t the only country where such services can be obtained.  Often it’s as simple as documenting an existing adulterous relationship.  But what if the spouse is faithful?  They’re targeted for seduction.

This agency guarantees results.  Her clients submit to an interview in which they’re asked a very proprietary set of questions about their spouse.  Computers have spyware installed.  Phones have their data copied for analysis later.  Very soon, the target’s life is an open book.  Based on that, they’re targeted by an appropriately attractive person for an adulterous affair that will be documented with video and witness statements.  Her success rate with men approaches 100% and the success rate with women is over 80% without the use of drugs.

For the women, its all about getting the man into her proximity in a socially acceptable way.  Perhaps the husband hires the man to work in the home (yard-boy, gardener) or he’s brought in as a contractor on a long project, or introduced as a business associate or old friend, perhaps he has to have an apartment in their building.  This is not a cheap service, but one way or another an opportunity to develop a relationship will be created.  Not unlike the way women who work outside the home have an opportunity to develop a relationship with men other than their husband.  Once some attraction has been developed for the other guy, the husband is told to insult the wife and tell her she’s fat or ugly, and then leave for a few days.  That kicks in the “I’ll show him” response.   Results are predictable.

She told me that for the men it’s all about cracking their shell of entourage, bodyguards and business associates.  It’s much harder to get access to the top tier men and she may even have to recruit a specific woman for the task, but once access is gained, usually all that’s needed is the right type of woman showing up regularly with a smile.

She told me drugs are unnecessary and actually counterproductive because with drugs (scopolamine, in particular), while its 100% guaranteed to get really nasty evidence (homosexual/interracial/pedophile) the person knows they’re a victim and it motivates them to fight, perhaps even try to have the person responsible killed.  She said the guilt of the person knowingly cheating is what really causes them to accept the terms of the divorce and they don’t ever realize they were set up:  They think they attracted that really attractive person all by themselves and simply got caught by the detectives.

So, yes, I hold the view that at the right time, under the right circumstances, for the right guy, it’s going to happen far more often than most want to admit..   And while I realize that being specifically targeted for seduction by professionals is somewhere in the realm of fantasy for 99.999% of the population, there are still plenty of attractive men who target married women for seduction.  For the guy that’s after the thrill of the chase, what’s more challenging than the attractive, conservative Christian wife?  The more devout, the bigger the challenge and the bigger the emotional payoff for putting the horns on her husband.  Most of these wives are married to beta husbands and they won’t compare well.  If he sets it up right and other circumstances fall into place… it won’t end well.  If you find yourself saying “men don’t do that” just reflect on the term “Dark Triad.”

Of the four professing Christian women I’ve known who cheated on their husbands, three out of the four rationalized it as not being their fault.  For at least one of them, I’ll go so far as to say that she wound up in a position in which she never had a chance and I used the rough details of her story in the narrative above.  Afterward I heard things like:  “It’s not like I was on AshleyMadison or anything!” and “I don’t know how, it just happened!”  In each case it was a guy they’d known for at least six months and had gradually developed a flirtatious or otherwise emotionally intimate relationship with. Once that relationship was in place, when the circumstances created the right situation, “it just happened.”

Only one of them admitted she made a conscious decision to step out on her husband and then regretted it, but afterward it was “things will never be the same” so she divorced him and now claims it was his fault she cheated because she didn’t feel loved.

Again, the only way to win is not to play the game.  Everything devolves to accountability.