by Tim Beckley
RE: —“What do you mean by meeting the demand of female preference ourselves?”—
The short answer is that there’s a natural demand for art among all people, and particularly those with a strong feminine cognitive bias. But the subversion of the West by Marxism/Feminism/POMOism in our very recent history involved the relinquishing of our arts to our enemies.
They also happen to have a strong feminine bias and so it’s not surprising that they gravitate toward the creative industries, and given their other strengths, are quickly overrepresented.
Predictably, most of the art (pseudoart) that they produce is either unintentionally or intentionally subversive. What’s worse is that they’ve successfully monopolized the markets in film, music, fiction, visual arts, performance, all of it, and are now busily making art of the news, science, history, politics, and law as well.
That our women and others in our cognitively feminine classes should become hostile in response to the increasingly hateful and dishonest representations of our cultural shouldn’t be too surprising either.
My suggestion is that we recognize the importance of the arts and invest accordingly. I see them as an essential means of information exchange, one that not only reveals the psychological (or spiritual, in archaic parlance) condition of our various populations, but also provides a highly effective way of influencing their behavior.
The female brain evolved a highly empathic capacity that seeks connection and group cohesion. The arts evolved to help meet this demand. Properly functioning, they unify the group and make the cognitively feminine feel secure. Arts in the hands of our enemies do the opposite, largely by design.
—“Outstanding thanks. Of course the first question that comes to mind is something like, “How do people with hard-wired masculine thought processes adjust to the world of making dramas that have enough of the soap opera element to keep women interested?”
Good music actually has always had a sort of right-wing undercurrent because the reality principle applies ruthlessly: People only listen to it if it’s not just good but GREAT. Hence so many of the best 60s guitar players gradually oozed into becoming right wingers.”—Michael Churchill