Video of Mr. Blond's appearance with Mr. Philip K. Howard in NYC last month is not available yet.
Peter Hitchens, We have failed to keep faith with the men who died for us and Mr Belisha’s Beacons, and the Passing of the Zebra crossing
Robert Araujo, SJ, Equality and the Rule of Law
Christian Manning Up
Novaseeker on the Only Game(s) in Town
First, it should be clear that much of what constitutes the “traditionalist right” can never be the ally of either Game or MRA — their goal is not to help men, but rather to erect a social/moral/political system that reflects their traditionalist ideologies, and make men confirm to their vision. This is the case both for religious traditionalists as well as secularists who may long for more societal traditionalism. “Helping men”, as men, is not really one of their key goals, as such. To the degree that they sympathize with men and men’s issues, it is only to call into question the entirety of the current socio-political system in an effort to convince one to support an alternative total system — it is not to assist men in the current system, at least not in any significant way that would contradict what the utopian traditionalist version of reality would look like. This does not mean that individual Gamers or MRAs cannot, or do not, hold some views that could be characterized as “traditionalist”. It simply means that the traditionalist movements, as a whole, cannot be seen as allies, in any meaningful way, of anything in the MRA or Game movements. They are, in fact, more of a hindrance to MRA and Game goals than they are anything else.