"Okay, in lab rats, whenever another alpha male comes around, it can spike testosterone, driving up sperm counts." -- Daddy's Home
The other night, I found myself watching the 2015 comedy Daddy's Home. Though a comedy, it's the must-see movie of the year, for every reason described here.
No matter how much we try to deny it, human nature can only be suppressed for so long.
It finally dawned on me over what's happening with the Trump Phenomenon sweeping America (and soon, the entire Western world): the alpha male has returned.
Sen. Ted Cruz, the evangelical clown tried to absorb the positions Trump took into his own campaign, but the beta facade has become glaringly obvious: it only works in convincing those whose worldview is dominated by apocalyptic visions (of dubious historical veracity peddled), who dub those who dare believe in the practical notion of improving this world without celestial reinforcement "sinners" or "blasphemers."
To paraphrase a great man, "You sit there, and you thump your Bible, and you say your prayers, and it didn't get you anywhere. Talk about your Psalms, talk about John 3:16 - Trump 3:16 says, "Because we live here."
The rise of Trump is spiking testosterone nationwide. [Protesters pummel Donald Trump lookalike as the GOP front-runner addresses California Republican Party convention, NYDailyNews.com, April 29, 2016]:
Protesters wreaked havoc outside a Donald Trump event in California Friday — attacking a Donald lookalike who had to hurdle a bush to escape the angry mob.
Decked out in a dark suit and a red "Make America Great Again" hat, Christopher Conway, 51, was heading to the Trump appearance inside a Burlingame hotel when he was surrounded by nearly a dozen demonstrators.
"F--- Trump," the crowd shouted.
Conway was punched in the back of the head and forced into a metal barrier as a female protester hurled repeated insults.
"You're a racist," she yelled. "You don't belong here."
A pair of officers intervened, giving Conway space to clamber over the barrier and hop a bush to safety.
"I was punched and kicked but I'm good," Conway, a mortgage broker, later told a Los Angeles Times reporter. "I walked through and these guys felt free to hit me in my hometown of Burlingame. I don't stand for that."
Trump was in Burlingame to address the California Republican Party convention.America is irredeemable.
Large portions of the population, however, are not.
One of my favorite quotes comes from the much-maligned, but thankfully Morgan Freeman-free 2010 Robin Hood: "Rise and rise again, until lambs become lions."
The ultimate alpha has arrived, and though there seemed permanent erectile dysfunction in seeing normal Americans "rise" with the courage of their ancestors that once helped build this great nation (sadly, now being stolen from them), testosterone is surging nationwide.
And with this surge in testosterone, comes a healthy surge in nationalism.
The only thing to fear is the awakening of the white man.