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RED PILL AWARENESS: THE MASSES ARE AWAKING

#1
Ktalker mgani ameamdika hii article safi ?
http://www.ghafla.com/ke/daddy-owens-heartbreak-lessons-kenyan-men-should-learn/?

This definitely must be an elder here....there is no way an average Joe blogger could have mastery of this 'secret society' awareness :D:D


Daddy Owen’s heartbreak: Lessons Kenyan men should learn

#1. Never date or marry a single mother.
Never in a million years date a single mother seriously. Enjoy the ride and then get off when things begin to get serious. And for the love of God, do not commit and marry single mothers. These relationships usually have some major problems. First, let us start with the fact that she clearly has poor decision-making skills which led her to end up with the child of a man who didn’t want to be a father. Secondly, you will never be allowed to discipline her children as if they are your own. you will constantly be reminded they are her children.
Add to this the fact that it doesn’t benefit a man to help raise crotch-goblins not of his genetic makeup who will constantly be cheeky and remind you that you’re not their father. They will go through life with a chip on their shoulder and you will be served with dealing with the emotional damage that comes along with having been rejected by their fathers.

#2. Daddy Owen is a weak man
Why was he mourning and moaning about this failed relationship? He should have sucked it up and moved on. Clearly, the people within his circles are just as useless as he is because they are the source of this information about him. He needs to rethink who his friends are and to quickly move on to only trusting one or two people and only shedding tears in their presence. The rest of the world doesn’t need to know about his suffering. As a man, showing a chink in the armour is taken as weakness. That is why when word first broke about his failed marriage, Kenyans mocked him rather than sympathized and empathized with him.

#3. Just like Daddy Owen realized, men are human doings, not human beings
When he was the biggest star in Kenya, he was happily married. When he was making money, his wife, Farida was happy to make a home for them and their children. Now that he has fallen off and most of the shows have dried up, her love for him too has dried up. Men are only as valuable as what they do for their partners, their parents, siblings and society. The minute you as a man fall off, society will move on as you no longer have utility.

#4. Never pedestalize a woman
Daddy Owen would speak about his wife as if she were a veritable goddess. The problem with putting people up a pedestal is that they have no other way to look at and address us but by looking down at us and talking down. He used to treat her like a superstar so she treated him like a groupie. That is why she has moved on with her life so quickly; in both their minds, he is nowhere near her level.


#5. Learn to lead
According to Daddy Owen, whenever they would get into a heated argument, Farida would begin speaking in Kikuyu. This is something that shows a lack of leadership because he is incapable of even setting rules within his own home that govern their interactions. How can you not lead in your own home and not expect things to go awry? It is something as simple as letting the other party know how to deal with differences in opinions. He should have let her know that he was not the one to talk Kikuyu to and when she broke this rule, he should have walked out of the house and withdrawn attention. Instead, he kept silent about this disrespect or he ignored it.
 
#6
Ningekuwa mungu, ningekuwa nikifungua wavulana macho wakiwa std one. Ama pp 2.
Sometimes it is better to learn the hard way...that is why there is a room for growth in life. You cannot feel somethings unless you experience them. May be our brother was fore warned about the woman but chose to turn a deaf ear and listened to his d*ck head and married the woman he desired. He took the risk to experience "the LOVE"........
Sometimes what we did does not hurt us that much but we painfully regret what we did not do. Daddy owen will never regret why he got married but will regret why he did not find himself an understanding, respectful woman since he had the money and time to do it.
 

Makiadi

Village Elder
#8
The best ever redpill advice a man should ever know is Kunguru hafugiki. I remember Daddy Owen's days in Buru with Dunco and his bro Ruffton. He was among the richest musician in Kenya during the mid 2000s. Waah, enyewe things can take a sinister turn. No matter how Alpha, Famous, handsome, Rich, tall, mascular, good in the sack, bad boy you are, if you slack off, stop being funny, or go broke ndugu utaachwa high and dry. Angalia Jonny Depp, many basketballers, Louis Otieno etc unaachwa my friend. Kuta vitu ingia msituni or ocassionally cohabit, but commitment will finish you.
 
#9
The best ever redpill advice a man should ever know is Kunguru hafugiki. I remember Daddy Owen's days in Buru with Dunco and his bro Ruffton. He was among the richest musician in Kenya during the mid 2000s. Waah, enyewe things can take a sinister turn. No matter how Alpha, Famous, handsome, Rich, tall, mascular, good in the sack, bad boy you are, if you slack off, stop being funny, or go broke ndugu utaachwa high and dry. Angalia Jonny Depp, many basketballers, Louis Otieno etc unaachwa my friend. Kuta vitu ingia msituni or ocassionally cohabit, but commitment will finish you.
..and you have forgotten this key point..INVEST in yourself na tu BIACHALA hapa na pale ....tu rentals hapa, ka hardware pale, ka bar and resturants kwa ile kona, ka taxi kamoja ka kula vako.......ka brothel chini ya maji :D:D yani cheza ki tycoon
 

Idias

Village Elder
#11
U can never understand anyones situation and not everything is like an equation. No one is perfect daddy owen will learn and grow from this whichever direction he takes.Most of these MGTOWs have no clue about the sacrifice it takes to unite two families and work on it daily. Children etc so let's give him a break he was doing right by his marriage, Even the almighty was betrayed by Adam and Hawa. So it's a path on life he will be cast on steel thereafter and rise better kama Willis raburu :D:D:D
 

thesavage

Village Elder
#12
U can never understand anyones situation and not everything is like an equation. No one is perfect daddy owen will learn and grow from this whichever direction he takes.Most of these MGTOWs have no clue about the sacrifice it takes to unite two families and work on it daily. Children etc so let's give him a break he was doing right by his marriage, Even the almighty was betrayed by Adam and Hawa. So it's a path on life he will be cast on steel thereafter and rise better kama Willis raburu :D:D:D
In ada words: Usingojee kuambiwa ati kuchomwa kisu ni chungu, jinduge mwenyewe ujisikilie
 

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