Some Red Pill Titans

It is not easy these days to find well-known people who are not interested in political correctness and are instead unapologetic truth tellers.  Those who are not interested in winning over the media, the brainwashed masses, and are willing to risk controversy and notoriety.

For the benefit of our readers, here are a few well-known men who we believe are either overtly or covertly red-pill:

Scott Adams: The famous creator of the Dilbert cartoon strip, and an acclaimed writer.  We highly recommend his blog, and his book How to Fail at Almost Everything and Still Win Big.

Donald J Trump: A real-estate businessman currently in the race to become the next President of the United States.  His book, The Art of the Deal, is a classic.

Nassim Nicholas Taleb: A philosopher and an economist.  He writes, and he dead-lifts.  He has written many books, but an anthology of his parables is highly recommended: The Bed of Procrustes.

Bill Burr: A famous stand-up comedian and media personality.

In India, well-known redpillers are very rare, because of lack of freedom of speech and repressive laws.  And because most public personalities in India have now sold out to the market.  But these men and women from India come close to being recommended by us:

Madhu Kishwar: A realist and an ex-feminist who disagrees with her radical feminist colleagues.

V S Naipaul: He writes about India without eulogizing its supposed heroes.  He has Indian ancestry, though he is from Trinidad and Tobago.

Justice Shiv Narain Dhingra: A famous judge of the Delhi High Court who was well-known to have taken on corrupt woman advocates, and who criticized the biased misandrist laws.  Though he has also been known to give many anti-male judgments.

Do let us know if you know of any other well-known redpillers, either in India or in the West.

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4 thoughts on “Some Red Pill Titans

  1. Dear Purushatma,

    I was really surprised when i found your blog. An Indian with Red blood in a country that bleeds Blue came as a surprise. I am not sure if you would really read my comment, if you do please reply.

    1) First of all Shoutout to all Indian RPers.

    2) Thank you for creating this blog, Who was your Morpheus?, When did you take the pill?

    3) My personal journey started from Darshan Chande darshanchande.blogspot.com /* Gone Private since about an year 😦 */ Did you used to read him?

    4) Do you know any Indian RP sites?

    5) Do you read IHM?, Its a Desi version of Jezebel.

    6) Can i send you some of my Essays? if you would comment on them?

    7) Do you intend to publish Desi-relavent Fitness advises? And Philosophy is the near future?

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    • 1. Thanks! Yay!
      2. My Morpheus was my observation of the misuse of the legal machinery in India by women.
      3. There are quite a few red pill bloggers, and Mr Chande is certainly a good writer. We wish him well.
      4. There are quite a few sites which deal with the legal landscape for agggrieved husbands, but we are trying to fill a void.
      5. What’s the URL of IHM?
      6. Sure. By all means, please email them to us (purushatma@mail.ru). If we like them, we’d love you to be a part of this blog as a regular contributor. We recommend you get a mail.ru address as well.
      7. Yes, we have done so in the past. Please see the category “Self-Improvement”. There is much more to be written.

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      • I just observed that Deepika Bharadwaj is not in the list. She is one of the RP women out there. I am the “lalgoli” commented above. Can you please have a look at my post and comment/advice on writing. I am quite interested in philosophical aspects of the Redpill

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    • Hey, where do I read your article? Please feel free to send me your writings.

      As for Deepika Bhardwaj, she is good but not very well-known out of the manosphere. I wanted to write about mainstream folks who are also red-pill.

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