I present to you a feature interview which has taken a lot of effort to put together the topic is “What Is MGTOW?”. We have been working on this interview for weeks now and I can honestly say that it has brought me more than a few watershed moments.
Below is the transcript of an interview held with a man who can answer the types of questions about MGTOW that I have been wanting to ask for years now.
He requested his identity remain anonymous so we will refer to him at Mike going forward.
Remy: Hello Mike. Thanks for accepting the interview. Why are you guys so hard to find and so hard to get an interview with?
Mike: We keep to ourselves. There is generally nothing beneficial that can come from sharing our ideas with the mainstream.
Remy: Why can’t you use your real name
Mike: There is a gender war going on. Don’t you see it. Control of the internet and the media has been lost to the feminists. Court systems and families were lost a long time ago. Most people are still blind to it. Quite a few MGTOW men have made their identities public only to be tracked down, publically shamed, ridiculed, attacked to the point of losing their jobs and reputations at the hands of false claims.
Remy: How many MGTOW’s are there?
Mike: Not enough to make any sort of serious impact but even if there was millions of us the impact could only even be a by-product of what we do.
Remy: What do you do then?
Mike: We stand on our own two feet, protect our sovereignty and don’t let anyone (woman or government) take away our god given freedoms.
Remy: How do you do that?
Mike: Firstly, by educating ourselves on other people’s natures, motives and agendas then identifying their expectations of us and refusing to play the game. Walk out own path, for our own good.
Remy: What’s the aim, what’s the long-term vision for MGTOW? How do you know when you are achieved what set out to do?
Mike: There is no organized structure or direction to speak of. We don’t have a plan, we don’t want to help you guys achieve anything. About there only agreement there is with respect to the future is that western societies are on a trajectory of collapse and no one is driving the bus.
Remy: How do you guys share your ideas or align your thoughts then?
Mike: We post our videos on internet forums like YouTube, reddit, mgtow.com all over the place really. It is a scattergun of different individuals all doing their own thing. There is no alignment required because we are all free to walk out own path.
Remy: There is some big MGTOW YouTube content creators. Last time I looked a few had over 100,000 subscribers. Is YouTube the central hub for MGTOW content.
Mike: It is definitely the highest profile at the moment (2017) but Youtube is quickly expelling MGTOW content. The feminist owners don’t agree with our message and every week you see MGTOW channels being deleted by google under the guise of community guideline strikes.
Remy: So, feminists are your enemy then?
Mike: Feminists should be everyone’s enemy. They are hell bent on destroying the fabric of society and they are doing a bloody good job without even getting a lot of backlash towards them. Feminists are just the puppets though, being controlled by a group of elite banker type of aristocrats who are hell bent of making more money and taking more control over everyone.
Remy: How do the governments fit into your view then?
Mike: Governments are the enforcers of the agenda. It is the legislation that give the women their right to vote, their right to no-fault divorce etc. and it is the lack luster biassed enforcement of those laws that allow things like false rape claims, false domestic violence claims or strategic restraining orders to go unpunished.
Remy: What’s your back story then. How did you come to be a MGTOW?
Mike: I was living the great American dream once upon a time. Got married in my mid-twenties, two kids, finished my trade and worked my way up to a management gig then started my own company and employed half a dozen carpenters, we built a series of family houses to live in, each one getting bigger and bigger and bigger until one day the boredom and monotony of married life got too much for the ex-wife too and as she puts it “she pulled the pin on her escape plan.” The very short story goes like this: Police turned up on my doorstep out of the blue one day while we are all at home together; served me with a restraining order and escorted me out of my own house. The wife actually said to me on my way out “sorry I need the house so you have to go.” It was that simple, once the restraining order was in place it set in motion the all too common sequence of more false claims, charges, money grabs, alienation from children, isolation and eventually financial and emotional ruin.
Remy: How often do you get to see your kids now?
Mike: I am lucky now I get to pay for the privilege to see my own kids for 4 hours every second weekend in a supervised access center. The kids hate it, I hate it. Sometimes I think it would be easier to just walk away go to Alaska and take up professional ice-fishing.
Remy: Is this a typical story of other MGTOW’s you have met?
Mike: No, there is nothing typical about MGTOW’s at all. Sure, a lot have been burned by society in one way or another but there is also a lot (old and young) who have learned from the experiences of other men before them and just never entered into the fray. MGTOW is kind of like a protective measure for them.
Remy: How do the younger guys or less experienced guys learn from the elders and what sorts of things are worth them knowing?
Mike: Education and philosophizing the nature of things seems to be a very important aspect of life for a lot of MGTOW. It is pretty rare that you can openly voice your opinions let alone find someone who can openly agree with you when you are in you day job so we turn to the internet. A lot of men (and probably women) will agree with us when they look deep inside and find their morality but they would never openly admit it. Too much of a big deviation from the mainstream path of gynocentrism and too much work to reconcile all their own actions.
Remy: Do you think MGTOW has been a big help in your divorce recovery and rebuilding?
Mike: Definitely. I thank my mate Joey every week for sending me that first video which woke me up to the world of MGTOW. Without those shared experiences with other men and the sense of community I fear I may have become one of those thousands of middle age male suicide statistics that no one cares about.
Remy: What would you like to pass on to other men battling through their divorces by themselves?
Mike: First up, don’t do it alone. Once your broach that subject with other men you will be surprised how many of them have already walked in your shoes. It is quite eye-opening and scary how many men’s divorce stories are all very similar. There seems to be a standard script that the divorce lawyers and the police pull, very unimaginative and very nasty if you are on the wrong end of it (the male side). There is a wealth of information being shared by MGTOW which will help you through it. If your wife left you for another man (or woman) search up hypergamy or monkey branching. If she was just a bored gold digger search up solipsism, narcissism, female nature, Briffault’s law, all with MGTOW in the title as well. There is also a lot of men telling their stories which you will find great solace in. If you don’t find what you are looking for certain content providers like SANDMAN will take requests and customize a video for you. Join into the forums and find yourself a support group.
Remy: Do you guys have meetings or is there a central point of access?
Remy: Thanks for agreeing to answer my questions, I feel like I haven’t even asked any of the right questions yet. Can we sit down for a part 2 interview in the next few weeks when I can get my head back into the game again.
Mike: Certainly, as long as I get to ask some questions next time too.
Hi there, My friends call me Remy. I am a middle aged divorcee that has decided not to walk the path other people decided to set down for me. I have gained the most strength in my life from my failures. Resilience is a very powerful attribute if you can manage it, I am still building mine up but stick with me and we can forge ahead together.