Weimerica Weekly – Episode 60 – The Tragic Weimerican Male

Welcome to Weimerica Weekly Episode 60. The podcast airs every Tuesday.

This week’s podcast is about how Bruno Clement of The Elementary Particles was the harbinger of the tragic Weimerican male.

Weimerica Weekly is a podcast hosted by Ryan Landry that touches on the cultural, political and sexual topics that fill the mindspace of our United States of Weimerica. The politicization of all cultural and social degeneracy is examined with a focus on how it fits together.

Weimerica Weekly is produced by the Hestia Society and distributed by Social Matter.

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  1. Good podcast. That list at the beginning of things a man is, if this or that, was very true. No matter what it is, there’s some cunt trying to cut you down. The reality of the man’s real motivation is irrelevant. The modern woman is insufferable. If it weren’t for the reality of wanting children, I’d have written women off years ago.

    Seeing how things are going, maybe things like arranged marriages and no voting rights weren’t “patriarchal oppression” but rather men acting to prevent the adult-child known as women from ruining society.

    1. Flavius Stilicho February 28, 2017 at 1:08 pm

      Men no longer have any purpose in this cesspool of a society. The very idea of masculinity is “toxic” and “hateful.” Men exist solely to slave away at meaningless jobs to create tax revenue that the state redistributes to women to fund and subsidize their irresponsible life choices.

    2. Chiraqi Insurgent February 28, 2017 at 8:34 pm

      It’s true that women are bitching about everything nowadays, but who cares about their opinion anyway? When we stop caring (and not just about women’s opinion of us but anyone’s in general) about others’ opinions then we can begin moving society in a healthier direction. Have a healthy disdain for the masses. It’s well-deserved.

      Flavius, I couldn’t agree more. We just need to create purpose ourselves. Waiting for society to do it wastes time and energy.

  2. Laguna Beach Fogey February 28, 2017 at 11:22 am

    Very good. I found it a striking book as well. I still have somewhere a folder of clippings from newspaper and mag reviews.

  3. SecretForumLurker March 1, 2017 at 11:10 am

    Whatever-Elementary Particles-Platform make a tremendous trilogy for Houellebecq’s meditation of the state of gender relations and sex in the West.

    1. Houellebecq’s analysis and descriptions of the New Age movement, it’s inevitability and purpose (fill that void) via Bruno in The Elementary Particles is spot on. I remember a beach scene in Platform where the character alludes to ‘adults’ who “never grow up”. Permanent childhood is a Weimerican tragedy.

      1. “Permanent childhood is a Weimerican tragedy.”

        When do you think this started? Of course millennials and Xers living at home for a decade or more after they reached majority is sure evidence. But, I would argue that Boomers are, in many cases, even more immature and childish. They simply grew up in a time where most people could make it on their own with minimal effort. As Boomers age (A teenager’s fucked up in the head/Adults are even more fucked up/And elderlies are like children,) they seem to grow even more immature. They get divorced after 30 years of marriage, have “mid-life crises,” start worrying about their “legacy” and if people will remember them when they are gone, join new yoga cults, etc.

        1. Oddly, I’ve had that line from “Pets” rolling through my head frequently this week. Maybe this week’s Weimerica Weekly… A hazy answer to your question would be the post WWII commercialization of everything and the “you can have it all” (of course one can’t) state of mind that emerged from it. I’m thinking of a Steve Sailer article where he likened Woodstock (American and British acts, one and all) to a delayed victory party for The Second World War.

        2. “When do you think this started?”

          Easy: the moment it was possible.

          In the postmodern world there is no real need for being a grown man. To be a grown man means to be a tragic and dark character that has to face the dangers and ugly sides of the world day by day to secure the playground for the little ones and the womenfolk that is just as emotionaly immature as them.

          There is no way around this: we need a war.
          I will welcome almost any war. Muslims in europe? Bring it. War with Russia? Cool. China? Even better. Everything is okay to end this perverse degeneracy by the means of force and brutality and murder.

  4. This mental retardation and delayed adulthood will continue as long as it is possible. The key is to not make it possible anymore. For that day our own need to be mentaly able to handle the situation and in that regard they are not able yet. And they will not as long as they have just the same means of therapeutic distraction as the normies they so despise do. In a way the secound world war saved europe from itself for maybee another 15 years untill the inevitable happend anyway. And now were here.

    1. Formal communism saved Eastern Europe and Russia from political correctness, multiculturalism, cultural Marxism, etc. After these countries emerged from decades of formal communism, they were far less damaged culturally than the “free” West

      1. Communism didn’t save anything. You are making the same Mistake Conservatives make over and over again when they visit communist societies where there is strong nationalism and family bonds, just because their poverty and unfreeness makes it necessary. Its not a choice these people make. The choice they make every day with their remote controls is a choice for the free west where people talk back to their parents and you get your appetites pleased without the demands of traditional society. So don’t try to sell me impotence as chastity.

        If you realy want to trade political correctness and these other buzzwords i doubt you know the meaning of for eastern block style social culture, youre truly lost to all what makes the West the best.

        1. I’m not saying either path was desirable, but as it turns out, the Soviet state was less damaging to Western culture. Srdja Trifkovic has written about this. He said that in many communist countries, it was possible to live a parallel life where you cynically gave lip-service to the goals and leaders of the communist state, but in private, with your family or neighbors, it was possible to speak about real issues. Certainly, these societies haven’t been as corrupted by homosexual, transgender, minority rights, etc. propaganda, to the degree that western Europe and the US have.

          1. So you have a scenario where the KGB tortures people who listen to too much western music and wear jeans and people are forced to lie to everyone, including their own neighboors and familiy, and yet you are able to cherry pick the few renemants of basic human survival like family and nationalism because of what? Because of blue haired feminists screeching about micro aggressions? Seriously? This is bankrupt. This devalues all these freedoms because you get triggered to much by fags and catladies.
            Compared to the first scenario, its ridiculous to even speak of propaganda when it comes to nonsense issues like transgender. I choose the degenerate western societies of today over communism and its illusion of “parallel life” over the day by day in a communist country any time.

  5. Asian Reactionary March 7, 2017 at 10:38 pm

    Another wonderful podcast. Well done, Ryan.

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