In this video, we discuss the basics of interpreting body language, and how it can be a useful tool for keeping yourself safe and strengthening relationships.
Paranoia does not make safety. What does is the right amount of attention at the right times. In this video, I talk about the different levels of attention using a handy and simple tool called Cooper's Colors.
You are so cuckable. Actually, anyone with an ounce of decency is. But you need not be. In this unscripted video, I examine one of my own such failures, and point out the numerous red flags with surgical precision. The question is not merely what unstable people are capable of, nor of their scrupulousness since you can't control that. The question we NEED to ask is what about us makes us so damn appealing to them so we can do something different.
Knowing the hill you want to die on is crucial. If we fail to prioritize our values against one another, we invite failure. Knowing what things to pursue first and what things can wait until later is critical for achieving the more complex goals. In this episode, I illustrate this with one of my grandfather's stories, then examine common things in light of Maslow's Needs Hierarchy and the Survivalist concept called The Rule of Threes.
Not all offenses are direct. In this video, we'll look at the three major types of offensive strategy (Annihilation, Attrition, and Exhaustion) and their differences. We'll also spend some time on the undervalued Exhaustion strategy, which is very useful when you're out-manned and/or out-gunned.
An old story teaches us about the importance of practical action versus bold, dramatic ones. We also discuss using discomfort to strengthen us, drawing on Jason's story of recovering from post-traumatic stress disorder.
We have plans. We make budgets. We set goals. And, inevitably, we fail. We do not fail because of our lack of interest. We fail because we base our efforts on things that lie outside our control, and we ignore those things that we can control.
Living tactically means using your resources in the most effective way possible. You want results. In this video, we will discuss the first step on the way of the modern barbarian: that of putting your mind to the things that you can control. I’m your host Jason, and this is Martial Lore.
"Sometimes the fear is worse than the actual thing". Alinsky teaches his followers to exploit an opponent's overactive imagination. In this video, we explore two historical sources: Bobby Fischer and Zhuge Liang, who used similar techniques. We then analyze how this works, and best practices for not falling vulnerable
What do velociraptors and the Zulu wars have in common? Strategic Pressure - Alinsky's Rule 8 - is crucial to almost any SJW's campaign, and it's responsible for much of their success in destroying innocent people. In this video we discuss what it is, why it works, and how to defend against it.
With the summer heat, we're not the best at taking care of ourselves. So Feral J. Catt is coming to the rescue with a great tip that will keep you safe from a dire emergency in this summer heat
I love stories. Especially old stories about trolling. And I'm sharing them since you young people love nothing more than stories by old people. This one is about how that dipshit Napoleon got punked by his best frenemy Talleyrand during a hunting expedition.
In this video, I discuss the techniques, defenses, and counterattacks to Alinsky's rules 4 through 7, along with a great example of how Talleyrand made Napoleon into a laughingstock. Twice. In one day. The greatest defense against the type is NEVER to take them too seriously.
The SJWs are always on about looking at things through a different lens, so I will. In this re-uploaded video, I look at the actions that the SJ movement uses to force obedience upon its subjects through another lens: Does it fit into the same destructive patterns that cults use?
In this (re-uploaded) video, we look at some of the ways that the current intersectionalist zeitgeist focuses on the victim mentality as a prize--and how that focus on victimhood holds gay men back from reaching their fullest potential. We also discuss the long-neglected masculine virtue of self-reliance and how it works better than playing the victim.
This is a re-upload of my second video, which was over ways that we can benefit from and nurture masculinity in our daily lives. This is a distinctive departure from the current intersectional narrative that looks upon any masculinity as "toxic" if it exists outside of the control and slavish devotion to the feminine--which is NOT healthy.
After the recent SCOTUS ruling in Masterpiece Cakeshop v. the Colorado Civil Rights communication, many are feeling defeated. In this video, I talk about the disadvantages of cases like these, and how they often hold back progress. We'll look into the beginnings and success of the Asian-American community for a model of earning acceptance while minimizing discrimination, and come up with a better way to garner public support. Stay tuned!
Created 2 months, 3 weeks ago.
Feral Catt is an Appalachian-American androphile, who questions dominant LGBT culture and talks about men's issues