The Cultural Apertures that Enable Online Scammers to Prey on the Most Sensible

There is nothing wrong with long-distance online dating. Some times you’d have to set up your next relationship. If you must evade psychological trickery, you’ve got to validate your lover’s identity or determine physical contact. The best way to do that is to meet and get laid. Do not solve the tremendous intricacies of someone who you have not kissed, cuddled, or fucked. The first rule should be that they prove their commitment to you in marriage. If that is a stretch, then physical romance is the best way to get your validation. Transfer from the computer to the physical world as soon as possible. Get that kiss. Get physical. Make sure it’s real. That is the first step. Get to know your online partner in real-time.

Maybe a little jell in his hair, a beard, and sunglasses. That’s it. He could be the most prominent criminal, and it wouldn’t matter. If his dad put a trust fund in his name and he drives a nice ride?”

Once you’ve done that, you should also become aware of your cultural or social bias. One huge preference is that of race. I’ve run into a lot of white men who find it easier to be trusted. Some do not even have a qualification. I’ve always said, a white dude only needs to wear a v neck sweater over his collared shirt, throw a scarf on his shoulder, with smart pants and shoes. Maybe a little jell in his hair, a beard, and sunglasses. That’s it! He could be the most prominent criminal, and it wouldn’t matter. If his dad put a trust fund in his name and he drives a nice ride? Forget about it. The scammers know this. That is why you will come across a victim’s story and ask how could they have fallen in that trap?

It’s because of their cultural bias. They trust a particular model. The scammers use their image of a superhero to connect with them. There could have been a guy in their town who could have been their perfect match. But they could also accuse him of harassment if we went up to them and asked them out. He may be a black or Hispanic person that does not fit the cultural description of a superhero. Because of deeply embedded cultural biases, the would-be victim ignores that person but welcomes a stranger on the internet. Would he have dated a black woman and given her all that money? How many Aboriginal men have met a wealthy and hot Caucasian lady who bankrolled his lagging profession? I’ll wait.

That, in turn, influences their choices. Therefore, a coronal in one of the most powerful military in the world would upload photos of himself in his highly decorated uniform on his social media.”

Here is the predicament as I recognize it. My analogy could be completely wrong, but this is my theory on how this type of scam became possible. Due to our desperate need for political correctness, social engineering, and radical feminism, many heterosexual men do not know their value. That, in turn, influences their choices. Therefore, a coronal in one of the most powerful military in the world would upload photos of himself in his highly decorated uniform on his social media. All that talk about misogyny, patriarchy, toxic masculinity, chauvinism, rape culture, etc. has softened him to be passive. Psychologically, he feels the need to demonstrate that he is not one of those terrible things. So he drops his guard.

He cannot act too proud or too masculine because someone will punish him or classify him as the boogieman. In that state of mind, he lowers his standard and behaves like an ordinary person, even if he has reached or attained very high status. In that blinded state of vulnerability, his identity becomes available to crooks who recognize his real power and understand how to use it in the real world. The criminal can use the skills this man has that he is even unaware of, in ways that he cannot imagine. On the other hand, on the female side, you have the same dilemma in reverse. For the woman, it is a state of false confidence. Political correctness, social engineering, and radical feminism make her feel durable.

Now she lives in this big house or apartment, has access to all this money, and is all alone. That situation is compounded when the woman is older. In the end, nature will ring her in.”

That’s why countries like Canada is a hotbed for these scammers. It is a radical feminist’s heaven. Vulnerable women, who feel strong, powerful, and secured, often live alone with or without children. It is fertile soil for a scammer. The government trains and pays these women, while the culture bastardizes their men. They break up or separate from the man in their life. Now she lives in this big house or apartment, has access to all this money, and is all alone. That situation is compounded when the woman is older. In the end, nature will ring her in. She is lonely because instead of being content and working with that flawed man who would otherwise die to protect her, she dumped him when he screwed up.

She was bred to think she is equal to all men. Again, my theory may be completely wrong. I could be a crazy rapper who is entirely delusional. But, what if I’m not? What if I’m just a street veteran who sees what you cannot see? I’m not saying women cannot do everything a man can do. I’m saying if we create a culture that teaches all women to believe that they do not need a husband for safety, provisions, or even sex, we could make her unwittingly vulnerable to the experienced scammer. They can identify the disadvantages of such a situation. In her state of independent solitary, the con man sees a healthy, fat, and juicy seated duck. The crazy part is just by explaining this, one risk being misunderstood. 

The scammer creates a fake profile and uses his identity to attack that independent woman who also doesn’t know she is a helpless seated duck. The scammer is then able to hold on to her heart…”

The crook takes the identity of that powerful and well-accomplished man who does not know his value because his natural prowess has been banned. The scammer creates a fake profile and uses his identity to attack that independent woman who also doesn’t know she is a helpless seated duck. The scammer is then able to hold on to her heart and use some very sophisticated manipulation tactics to get her dancing to his tune. On the one hand, the man who must protect his wife is weakened and cast out, while the women who have access to wealth are left alone. In reality, our civilization is what makes these scammers exist. The scammers use a loophole that is embedded in our culture.

The same online dating scam can also work against men. He may have risen to prominence, but can’t find a woman who will love him the way he wants. Here you have a man with money and power, but no woman to stroke his ego. He has to pay servants to do the chores for which he doesn’t have time to do. He has to hire exotic dancers and prostitutes to give him sex in the vexatious ways that turn him on. This man has tremendous power, but there is no perfect woman with the right mindset to help him find the peace and balance he craves. He lacks the yang to his ying. A scammer can identify that, create a fake profile of the perfect woman he needs, and use that to connect with him.

Basically speaking, when we are blinded by our cultural bias, we do not even see the trojan horse. He wants a woman who looks like a hot and sexy supermodel to stroke his self-esteem, make him feel treasured and dominating. He wants a faithful woman who will not accuse him of being the patriarchal boogieman, one who does not use his mistakes to hate him or envy his success. She will not divorce and take away his wealth and his children. That is what the internet crook knows. She wants a sensual and romantic man who showers her with poetic nothings. And oooooh, do they fall for it. Not only will they fall for it, but they will pay heavily to have just one small taste the forbidden fruit.*

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