Red Pill Report (XII)

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Red Pill: Strict gun control will not stop spree killings

Red Pill: Elliot Rodger – a product of modernity

Red Pill: Refreshing rationality – Why NOT believing in conspiracy theories is a sign of retardation

Red Pill: The case for abolishing the TSA

Red Pill: Honorary doctorate for P. Diddy shows that degrees are becoming more irrelevant by the day

Red Pill: Dental tourism in Merida, Mexico. 1/8th price of the USA, and better quality

Red Pill: The Russia-Chinese alliance has taken a great leap forward

Red Pill: The minimum wage loophole that is screwing waiters and bartenders in the U.S.

Red Pill: 33 painfully true facts about everyday life

Red Pill: National Park visitors are a better class of people

Red Pill: Gasoline consumption plummets by 75% since 1998

Red Pill: The 10 Algorithms that dominate our world

Red Pill: ‘Canners’ are living off our debris in New York City

Red Pill: USA – first in health care, last in life expectancy

Blue Pill: Salon writer describes Elliot Rodger as “White Guy Killer Syndrome” (though he’s half Asian)

Blue Pill: Guardian writer says California shooting spree is proof that “misogyny kills” (not mental illness)

Blue Pill: CNN thinks that Michelle Obama can sign bills into law

The red pill and its opposite, the blue pill, are pop culture symbols representing the choice between embracing the sometimes painful truth of reality (red pill) and the ignorance of illusion (blue pill). The terms, popularized in science fiction culture, derive from the 1999 film ‘The Matrix’.