When I’m bored, one of my guilty pleasures is watching funny prank videos. Those that involve pugnacious black people are usually the best. That’s why I’m probably the only alt righter who enjoys watching Tyrone (real name Naphil Hitson) harass and insult the average Joe. For those of you not in the know, Tyrone’s whole shtick is to aggressively accost random men – especially if they have girlfriends or wives – and make a disparaging comment about their looks, which he caps off by saying that he’s going to “fuck your wife, long dick style.” Fortunately, this post does have a purpose; I’m not simply trying to lay bare my occasional immaturity. But for starters, check out one of Tyrone’s videos below, and skip to 1:51:
For now, I’m going to charitably ignore the white hipster who would undoubtedly achieve a perfect score on our wimpy white test. I’m also going to presume that Tyrone’s two targets were not in on the prank, and were not conscious of being filmed. For all they knew, some buff black guy was serious about fucking somebody’s wife.
With all of that in mind, the reaction of the white woman with the skrillex haircut is quite telling – and a brilliant refutation of feminist talking points. Her threat to fuck Tyrone up is laughable; her claiming that he’s “lucky” is downright hilarious. Of course, we all know that if those two fought in earnest, Tyrone would kill her in a heartbeat.
So what compels her to exhibit such brave petulance? After all, according to just about every feminist under the sun, women have to constantly be on guard around men. Whether it’s sexual harassment, rape, or even murder – I’ve lost count of how many feminists have cited Margaret Atwood’s quote that while men fear that women will laugh at them, women fear that men will kill them – women’s safety considerations always color their day-to-day decisions.
Those looking to refute such feminist garbage might inevitably turn to the myriad anti-feminist articles that gave the manosphere its name. But why bother? That skrillex girl in the Tyrone video alone is enough evidence to refute the claim that we live in an anti-woman rape culture.
Just ask yourselves this: if the US were a genuinely patriarchal, misogynistic rape culture, would women feel emboldened to behave in such a defiant and confrontational manner, especially in a big city like Philly? Of course they wouldn’t; they would adjust their behavior accordingly. As Dota rightly told me during one of our conversations, human beings are sensitive to danger, and will alter their behavior in order to avoid harm.
For example, following a wave of migrant sexual assaults in Cologne, Germany, Cologne’s mayor reflexively told German women to follow a “code of conduct.” As much as liberals savaged her for blaming the victims, it goes to show that when danger rears its head, a woman’s natural response is to exercise caution; it certainly isn’t to get in the face of a potentially violent man. The same thing also applies to men. Since the hipster with the Freddie Mercury mustache (yes, I was going to get back to him) recognized his innate weakness and knew Tyrone could beat his ass, he instinctively cowered. I’m sure he also subconsciously recognized that nobody would white knight for him if he foolishly started a fight and lost.
That woman, however, consciously or subconsciously, understands that if confrontations with men like Tyrone go south, white knights, cops, bouncers, boyfriends, and other men will have her back. Otherwise, she would rationally retreat when confronted by a truculent Tyrone. That she doesn’t betrays her feelings of invincibility, which are enabled by our increasingly feminized culture.
In conclusion, wisdom can come from the unlikeliest of sources. As the hilarious Naphil Hitson demonstrates, a brief prank can be worth a thousand words.