It’s sort of a rambling post, but it probably communicates a lot of what many men are thinking, but not willing to express themselves.
From the conclusion:
Depending where you live, there are still plenty of nice American girls who want nothing to do with radical feminism. These girls want to get married and have families just like you do. Sure, odds are you’ll probably wind up getting raped in divorce court someday and losing it all, but the risk might be worth it. While they may not be as reliably submissive as their third world counterparts, American women at least speak the same language as you, grew up learning about the same heroes and possibly will have even watched the same cartoons as children(unless there’s a huge age difference and you’re robbing the cradle, in which case… good for you.) For low time preference individuals, the bond of shared history and common ancestry is too strong to be broken by the frivolity of modern feminist brainwashing and “interracial male bonding sessions.” At least, we hope it is, for the sake of our children and the world they will have to live in. Short of a massive alien invasion or diabolical female plot to take over the world, that’s unlikely to change.
Something like this has generally kept me away from expatriation over the last several years.
Part of it has to do with the fact that as much as I sometimes dislike American culture and politics, it’s still mine. This might be, also, a similar impulse keeps other people in unfathomably terrible and lowly little countries around the world.
I can’t really say that I’ve ever been that tempted by foreign women. Even when I was a good progressive about race, I just never felt much of any xenophilia. It’s really about the hair for me.
Xenophobe goes on to say:
The thing is, I simply don’t hate feminists enough to embrace multiculturalism. While radfems like to talk tough, at the end of the day they are more of a nuisance than anything. As soon as we collectively decide we’ve had enough of their crap, we can put them in their place whenever we feel like it.
Although feminists occupy many places of influence, in the world of everyday people, they have almost no influence. They influence the legal structure and the ambient culture, but most women that you meet about town have no inkling of real feminism beyond maybe a class or two that they attended in college. They exist in larger numbers in the major cities, but even there, they’re not all that prevalent in an absolute sense.
Most Americans, even among whites, don’t attend college. They receive little strong indoctrination. Even those that go to ‘good schools’ can be talked into or out of anything if you’re glib and persuasive enough.
The larger problems come from parenting, moral values, social groups, and expectations. While it may be trivial to argue most women into anything you want her to believe as soon as you have her hooked, it’s not nearly so easy to get that same person to actually be all that useful as someone who could be an effective wife and mother. And after the marriage, she has every legal incentive to cook your goose in court.
Most of them, even the ones with nominal religious belief, have been partying (a funny euphemism) since their early teens or before. The lifelong acculturation that used to go in to producing cooperative family life is not present any longer. For that matter, neither is the career orientation or work ethic that used to be instilled into American men. Standards have declined across the board.
It’s less the ideology, and more the passive absorbers of the ideology who cause the problems for most people. Those people have to be the ones whom you harden against the message, more so than angling to debate the people creating that message. It’s less the ideologue, and more the girl who can’t cook and has bad manners. The latter is endemic. The former is a tiny, loud minority.