Here is episode 16 of the Bold and Determined Podcast.
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In the last episode we discussed: Victor Pride's thoughts on love, the fear of going into business for yourself, the only optimal human diet, the natural state of humans (happy), the best books I read this year, cooking methods (and lack thereof), the great work of the Bear, and so much more.
In this episode we discuss: Reasons for the decline of whites, the role of plants on the carnivore diet, dealing with loneliness, fighting the downfall of society, the best dad advice, and the supernatural power of positive thinking.
Wolf asks… (1:55)
Hello Victor, What do you think is the biggest threat for the decline and the slow eradication of the white man? Do you think it is right to say eradication or genocide or do I sound like a victim? I believe white men decline because they lost their pride before themselves. They are too anxious. It is so embarrassing to see what happened to the great nations of Europe. Germany, France, United Kingdom, Spain, Portugal ruled the whole world. There were so many big wars in Germany but we always stood up like a phoenix from the ashes. It makes me so fucking furious when I see how Germany looks today.
In the early German history you learn about the barbaric Germanic tribes. They were simple farmers, hunters and warriors. They lived in true harmony with nature and loved their forests while the Romans have cleared all their forests. The Roman Empire was an undefeatable super power in these days. One day the Romans decided to conquer the rest of Germania. One of the Roman commanders was a Germanic immigrant who betrayed the Romans on this day and two or three whole legions where totally defeated in a battle in the forest. They fought a couple of days. The Roman were so scared they were never able to conquer Germania. One of their writers described the Germanic people as huge beasts with blonde hair and deep blue eyes. This story gives me goose bumps. You never hear this in our schools. You just learn how great and powerful the Romans were but never about the strength and the endurance of your own people. I am so proud that my ancestors were so savage and freedom-loving.
White people are afraid of being white. White people have completely lost their connection to nature and to the spirits that inhabit nature. Our true religion has been completely lost and decimated. We are not giving praise or thanks to the spirits we are not placating them and they are angry with us. We hold our ancestors in contempt. We have lost the connection to family and live in isolation. We have let greed for modern comforts blind us. We have left the world of reality to live in a virtual world. The real world is no longer real, social media is the real world. We've gone insane, schizoid, delusional. Social media has become the real world and the real world has become the fake world. We are not living in reality, we are living in a delusion. We are emotionally and spiritually dying. Our ancient history and knowledge has been burned. Our history is hidden from us. Because of this, we don't know who we are.
The things that threaten us include: Greed, isolation, egotism, incompetence, cowardice, fear of truth, belief in authority, susceptance to brainwashing, our misguided belief in our own moral superiority that we try to push on others.
Wetiko is an Algonquin word for a cannibalistic spirit that is driven by greed, excess, and selfish consumption. It deludes its host into believing that cannibalizing the life-force of others is a logical and morally upright way to live.
So blinded were they by self-referential ambition that they could not see other life as being as important as their own. They could not see past ideological blinders to the intrinsic value of life or the interdependent nature of all things, despite this being the dominant perspective of the Indigenous populations they encountered. Their ability to see and know in ways different from their own was, it seems, amputated.
“We have a great weakness of not learning from the Eskimos, but teaching them.” – Vilhjalmur Stefansson
But our biggest threat are our own traitors who do deals with the devil for quick wealth, our belief in their authority and the belief that authority will correct the problems that it created. It is up to use as a people to fix our own problems. We cannot outsource to China the rebuilding of our blood. We will have to do it ourselves.
Leo asks… (12:39)
Victor, what are your thoughts on this tremendously insightful article and does it resonate with the other things you’ve read about our masters?
How much of the history we learnt in school was real? Were we (whites) really behind slavery or where we brainwashed and financed by parasites?
Our entire history is hidden. Nothing we are told is the truth.
“The most effective way to destroy people is to obliterate their own understanding of their history.” -George Orwell
Andrew asks… (17:51)
This may be a politically incorrect thing to ask, but why are the Jews the way they are? I haven’t gotten a straight forward answer from anyone on this subject. Everyone always wants to avoid this topic. Jews were responsible for hundreds of millions of deaths in the Soviet Union and have done bad things to inflation and have promoted degeneracy. Definitely not all Jews are bad, but it seems like there is something terribly wrong.
Stan asks… (19:04)
What kind of information do you think the library of Alexandria may have contained? Also what’s your views on the history of education and knowledge?
Sebastien Heart asks… (21:35)
If plants are all bad for us and the carnivore diet is superior, why are most of the ingredients in red pct 2.0 and other red supplements from fruits, vegetables and seeds?
Plants are medicine, not nutrition, though herbs and plants play a part in nutrition, as healers, cleansers, and detoxifiers.
Vermont asks… (23:48)
What’s your opinion on current sv3rige views on carbs? In his two interviews he stated you need to add about 100g of carbs to increase your weight. Please describe your specific views on carbs and your personal plans about it, I mean if you want to eat carbs ever again and if so what would it be. Carbs are big mystery for me since I ever started to think about diet (keto etc). I’m waiting for new podcast, I’m sure great as always.
Chris asks… (26:33)
Vic, you say that building muscle comes from eating protein & fat. How do you reconcile this with muscular cows that eat grass? I’ve seen vegans use this argument and am not sure the answer.
All plants are glucose (sugar) but cows do not digest the sugar. Amino acids build bodies but cows don't eat amino acids. The plant eating animals have bacteria in their stomach or colon where they ferment the plants. They do this so they can feed on the bacteria that was feeding on the plants. These animals don’t require the amino acids because they bacteria builds their bodies. Very little glucose gets absorbed because it's all been fermented. Cows are actually in ketosis.
- Vegans Are Carnivores in Denial – The Meat & Fat Deficiency
- The Human Apex Predator vs. Mentally Disabled Vegans (Censored Version)
Also watch this lecture to understand how cows can digest plants and humans cannot: Want to Go Vegan / Vegetarian? Watch This First – Dr. Natasha Campbell-McBride 2017
Malver asks… (28:41)
Is full carnivore truly the best? Full carnivore is dubious to me because the best, best athletes would be using it if it were ideal. If full carnivore were the best, wouldn’t the most competitive men in the most physically demanding sports do this? We don’t see this.
No top athlete follows pure carnivore, let alone raw, all the time. If it were the best, why aren’t the best men, who are searching for the slightest edge over competition, using this diet?
My sense is that balance is useful in life, and even Weston Price mentioned that the healthiest, most balanced populations ate meat with fresh rye bread, and properly prepared grains/vegetables. This includes the Masai who ate blood and milk BUT ALSO 50% of calories came from a corn porridge properly prepared.
Please clarify. In nature, our ancestors didn’t always get big game. They needed to get insects, some grains, roots, leaves, at times too, all of which went into our genetic makeup!
The traditional Masai diet is meat, blood, milk, and honey as well as some herbs for cooking and tree bark tea. As the Maasai have grown in number, and can no longer produce enough food for their own consumption in their traditional ways, they have been forced to include more and more foods from other sources in their diet, such as corn and millet. This means the Maasai’s diet is now far richer in carbohydrates than before. Corn is a modern crop and played no part in their traditional diet.
Aston asks… (31:57)
Hi Vic, few questions:
1) Carnivore diet, once you’re on it, prevents you from going back to any other food. Shawn Baker got gastritis after eating a small apple. How is this diet making us robust if it makes us this sensitive to any other food? It sounds like it makes us more sensitive. Shouldn’t we eat a large amount of animal products, saturated fat, and then also have a few vegetables or a few other things? I want to be robust, not pathetic and crippled with pain after eating a piece of lettuce like Shawn Baker. And he has diabetes. What’s going on?
Joe says: “Shawn Baker does not have diabetes. High performance low carb athletes develop something called glucose sparing that allows their body to hang on to blood glucose their body produces for exercise purposes. You really need to look at the entire picture of his bloodwork before you parrot things your read online, his tests all show he has a perfect insulin response and is at one of the lowest risk factor percentiles for metabolic or cardiovascular disease.”
A Toothless Vegan Whackjob asks… (35:46)
Why do modern bodybuilders eat a low fat, high carb diet, but bodybuilders of the past ate more fat?
One word: Insulin.
Back to Aston… (37:37)
2) You mentioned Anthony Napoleon but it seems like he’s a vegan. Why would such an intelligent man otherwise follow veganism? It makes me think veganism has some small credibility, because I have great respect for him and he appears super smart; if veganism makes brains smaller, not sure if he’s just a prodigy.
Kevin asks… (39:18)
Victor, Has being a vegetarian/vegan in the past permanently ruined my body? I now eat mostly meat, but I still feel the effects from when I was a vegetarian/vegan. My bones, chest, sides and legs ache or have sharp pain from time to time even though it has gotten a lot better since including meat into my diet. I still burp a lot. But I still feel like I’m about to die at times. Would it be a good idea to go see a doctor?
Back to Aston… (41:03)
3) What do you mean certain books are “forbidden”? Like 200 Years Together by Solzhinetsyn? Or are you saying there are books that we don’t even know of like secret occult rites and stuff, which the public can’t even buy or have even heard of? I notice there are occult books where there’s only one copy on ebay for like 400 bucks.
(41:54) Do you think the elites have bona fide super powers, like communicating with other galaxies, teleportation, etc, crazy as it may seem?
They understand economics, astrology, numerology, psychology, the elements, magic, ritual, alchemy and they believe in many gods and devils. They don't have super powers, but they do have super technology.
Maximillian asks… (43:04)
Hey Vic, thanks for answering my previous question! A follow-up question to your answer:
#1 You mention that “casual sex” is empty but if a man’s peak sexual market value is around 34-40 then should a man simply go monk-mode until then? Or should he suck it up and choose a woman who is his age (even though he is in his early 20s) and commit to her knowing full well that soon his sexual market value will far outrank hers? Why cash-in before you hit the jackpot AKA peak SMV as this is when you will have the most high-quality options?
(44:56) Also, I have moved to Thailand and have been here for a little over a month now. It is quite sad to see but the smartphones are taking over here as well. Also, I have noticed that there is fluoride in most of their water brands and all their convenience stores sell 99% junk-food. It’s almost as if the elite are taking advantage of Thai people’s kindness, passivity, and lack of education.
Niko asks… (45:42)
I listened to your old Q&A podcasts and you said that you only envisioned writing for B&D for a few more years before moving on to other ventures. Is this still your plan or do you foresee a different future for Bold and Determined.
Nate asks… (46:03)
Hey Vic love the podcast, quick question- What is the best way to find info online with my phone? I find google is not much help.
Anthony asks… (47:00)
How do I get over my feelings of loneliness from not having a caring girlfriend?
Martin asks… (47:50)
Hi Vic, do you have any suggestions for men about increasing the chance of conceiving a male child? I have seen some stuff online which lists several ways which could influence a future offspring’s sex and would be interested to hear your thoughts on this subject.
Thomas asks… (48:23)
Vic, what do you use to shave?
Elk blood and a bowie knife.
Rohan asks… (48:29)
Hi Victor. What are your thoughts on Republicans/Conservatives? I know they are politicians and all politicians are more or less not good people, corrupt, and are slaves for the higher ups and elites. However, would you consider the right the lesser of two evils (the other evil being the left)? Even though I know you don’t like politics, you strike me as someone whose values align closer with the right.
R.H. asks… (50:46)
What will you do when you see a gay/lesbian couple kissing and touching each other during meal in a restaurant? Will you look away or keep your eyes on the scene? How not to give them the satisfaction of “scaring” you off or being looked at? How should a straight man treat gay people he encounters in his everyday life?
GettingStronger asks… (51:30)
1.) What is your opinion on raw honey? Is is healthy? Or should i avoid it?
2.) Are sexual diseases a scam –> Population control through fear of having sex without condoms.
3.) Is hemp protein healthy? It has all essential amino acids, or is it save to use as a supplement.
Bart asks… (52:33)
1. do you return to the USA for 6 months in order to spend time with your family? If not, what is the reason for returning to the USA for that long?
2. would love to hear about your dad, what he’s like and your relationship with him.
Ocon asks… (54:34)
You mentioned in the last podcast you didn’t want to contribute to the downfall of our people? Is there anything else we can do to make sure we aren’t contributing to the downfall of our people?
Have children. Don’t use dating apps, don't use social media, be in the real world outside not in the virtual reality, turn off all television, avoid and ignore all advertising, support local ranchers and farmers, support small-scale content creators never the large networks. Open your eyes and never believe the lies.
Alex asks… (55:23)
How do you feel about using countdown timers to increase conversions. Would you use them if you tested them and your conversions increased more than 10%?
RobertV asks… (55:51)
Hi Vic, Your podcast is quickly becoming the best around in my opinion. Anyway, onto question. I have experienced really shitty self-esteem and severe loneliness all through my 20s and I have some anger issues, possibly due to unconscious psychological pain. I was considering taking up a martial art to help with these things. Would you recommend this? And specifically, do you have any experience with muay thai? I live in Thailand for six months each year so the option is there to train with really experienced coaches.
Samgar asks… (58:24)
Hi, Vic. Thanks for answering a previous question. What do you think of tattoos? I know the opinion in the manosphere is that a woman with visible tattoos (or any tattoo) is a red flag? What do you think? What about men who get tattoos? Is it a sign of degeneracy? or criminality? Can one wear tattoos tastefully?
Uncle Vic's Long Lost Nephew asks… (59:24)
When eating one meal a day, is it better to have your one meal for lunch or dinner?
Roi asks… (1:00:10)
Hey Unc, Thanks for giving us wisdom on my previous question of coaching/developing a woman’s thoughts & behaviors. Question for the next podcast; How would ol’ St. Vic go about communicating sex-without-ejaculation to his female partner? Is it best to just act accordingly, without explaining the ‘sex transmutation’ concept?
Gus asks… (1:00:48)
What are your thoughts on creatine? Does it actually do anything other than just give you a pump?
Chiyan asks… (1:01:24)
Have you heard of ‘hidden message in water’ by masaru emoto. Is this real?
“In this New York Times bestseller, internationally renowned Japanese scientist Masaru Emoto shows how the influence of our thoughts, words and feelings on molecules of water can positively impact the earth and our personal health.
This book has the potential to profoundly transform your world view. Using high-speed photography, Dr. Masaru Emoto discovered that crystals formed in frozen water reveal changes when specific, concentrated thoughts are directed toward them. He found that water from clear springs and water that has been exposed to loving words shows brilliant, complex, and colorful snowflake patterns. In contrast, polluted water, or water exposed to negative thoughts, forms incomplete, asymmetrical patterns with dull colors. The implications of this research create a new awareness of how we can positively impact the earth and our personal health.”
Warren asks… (1:03:24)
For guys who are not beginners in the gym (training at least a year), have ok muscle development and ok bodyfat, but want to take it to the next level – should they get leaner before getting bigger, or bigger before getting leaner?
Until next time.