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Nathan and Meshelle Larson

Nathan Larson is the red pill libertarian candidate in the Virginia's 31st House of Delegates district election, 2017. Election Day is 7 November 2017. The central theme of this campaign is: Restore, strengthen, and defend the family.

What is a red pill libertarian?

A red piller is someone who recognizes and is aware of (1) the way that feminism, feminists and their white knight enablers affect society; (2) the dark truths surrounding human sexuality; and (3) hypergamy, women's AF/BB strategies, society's feminine imperative, sexual differences in emotional attachment, and women's attraction to DT traits and sexual dominance/violence. The red pill is extremely politically incorrect, and one may expect reflexive social ostracism for even mentioning the Red Pill in polite society.

A libertarian is a believer in smaller government, lower taxes, and more freedom.

So, a red pill libertarian is a fusion of the two. This is both a political and a cultural campaign, in which my red pill awareness informs my policy stances, and in my political goals influence my involvement in the culture war. For a more detailed explanation, see my essay: Running for office as a red piller.

Proposed House Joint Resolutions

Press releases

Issues

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"It used to be taken for granted that the best indicator of a nation's health was its citizens' desire and capacity to reproduce. And it should still seem self-evident that people's willingness to have children is not only a sign of confidence in the future, but a sign of cultural health. It's a signal that people are willing to commit to the most enduring responsibility on Earth, which is raising a child." — Gobry, Pascal-Emmanuel (12 August 2016). "America's birth rate is now a national emergency". The Week. 
  • Issues related to family
  • Issues related to marriage
  • Issues related to young people
  • Issues related to justice
  • Issues related to economics
  • Issues related to transportation
  • Issues related to governance
  • Miscellaneous

How I would have voted

District maps

Contact information

Nathan can be reached by email at [email protected].

See also

External links

Related to the election

Manosphere / The Red Pill

Blogs

Videos

Wikis

Twitter

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