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By Sam Zanahar (2007)
I would like to be the kingpin of a political, revolutionary movement, not because I would like to lead mankind to a better future, but because it could be a grand solution for sexual opportunities.
My reference point is Mao Zedong, who initiated the Cultural Revolution not because he would have cared about culture, but because it was an ideal vehicle to maximize his own power, and to turn all of China into his privet playground, in which he was adored and could monopolize as many women as he wished.
The genius of Mao is how he handled power for his own benefit, not the content of his ideology.
By contrast, conventional political careers are not attractive at all because they do not give politicians any real personal power. Conventional politicians are mere instuments of existing political systems.
Pivotal for the political strategy is to have a loyal following of attractive females. Apart from allowing me sexual opportunities along the way, this will generate a male following automatically, as males will want to impress (in order to be granted sexual access) such females who are already part of the following.
Addressing males with the idea of building a movement based on male solidarity is futile, and a naive concept. I would just receive moral support from males who encourage me to do the political work for them, of which they would want to enjoy the results. I am not a hero. I would be a fool to sacrify myself for other men.
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