From his latest article "Sexual False Consciousness and the Blue Pill: Two Concepts, one Truth"
http://kshatriya-anglobitch.blogspot.co ... -blue.html
Some of the funniest, most incisive writings on Anglo-American men’s issues can be found on the SlutHate forum (replacement for the ill-fated PUA Hate). These comments on the Blue Pill Nonsense Parents Tell their Kids show real insight:
All well and good. But what the radicalized manosphere calls ‘Blue Pill Nonsense’ is really better described as Sexual False Consciousness. The latter concept has much greater depth and explanatory power because it is rooted in a long-standing body of discourse originating in the 19th century, not something recently devised to cope with the vagaries of female mate-choice.
The British crime writer Colin Wilson developed the concept of ‘sexual disenfranchisement’ several decades before the Manosphere even existed. He argued that men have traditionally displayed status via wealth, power or even spiritual standing. However, in the modern era they principally display their status via sexual conquests of the young and beautiful. In short, the American Dream has become the American Sexual Dream. Consequently, the nature of revolt has changed.
Redefining the MRA Blue Pill as sexual false consciousness greatly expands its explanatory power. The Manosphere is no mere collection of incel misfits – it is a counter-hegemonic movement. Males such as Elliott Rodger or Cho Hui Seung were not mere psychotics – before death, they achieved a certain insight into their sexually disenfranchised condition. And the Anglosphere's myth of universal sexual liberation/bounty is no mere chimera – it is a contrived hegemonic narrative maintained by the elite to nullify the male masses.
Not so sure about the last sentence. I see it more like this:
A horizontally transmitted (and maintained) fantasy.
Like the American Dream, SFC [sexual false consciousness] encounters little resistance because most American males have bought into the delusion they can achieve it. And because the sexual rewards for success are so alluring (and the price of failure so catastrophic), they cannot accept that most of them will never have sex with actresses, models and other attractive women.
The dream of sexual success hangs before every American man like a shimmering mirage, binding his consent to elite narratives even as he studies and toils. In fact, SFC is now the true opiate of the male masses; their primary existential motivation.