On Paris Attacks, ISIS, The Refugees Crisis & Islam

by John Deus

Many people have asked me to talk about the recent attacks in Paris and all of these related topics.

On MySupremacy.com, I will be aiming to cover every aspect of masculinity and what concerns the modern man, except politics.

I have chosen not to discuss politics in here not out of lack of experience but rather because it is – a complete waste of your precious time – an aimless discussion for 99% of men out there that have no actual thing to do with politics.

Therefore, in this article, I won’t be discussing who to blame or any of the conspiracy theories going around the internet.

If you are the “conspiracy” Men-in-grey-suits-hiding-in-the-shadows freak, this won’t be of any interest to you.

Regardless of what you think, regardless of who’s story you want to believe.

A number of people have lost their lives this Friday. A number of people lost their most precious thing, their only real thing.  

A number of people, young/old, male/female, good/bad, lost their chance to experience, to change, to make a difference. 

By a bunch of fucking cowards, regardless of their cause, a bunch of inhuman cowards. 

That day someone lost a brother, a son, a daughter, a mother, a father, a cousin…

That day someone lost a lover, a friend… 

Someone that once meant the whole world to them, they were taken away, with no right, with no warning.

And that what fucking matters.

Not who did it or why.

Whether you are right or wrong, whether your cause is worth it, you should not cause such harm to people. 

You won’t understand how it feels like until it happens to you. 

And hopefully, it will never happen to you. 

What happened in Paris, Syria, Palestine, Lebanon and every other place where a punch of idiots killed innocent people for whatever reason.

It is all wrong, it is all equally wrong, regardless of how much media coverage that event got.

But does that mean I am completely against killing humans? 

Yes and No. 

I am capable of killing someone, with or without a weapon. 

I have never killed anyone 🙂 and do not plan to. 


If I feel that someone is an immediate threat to someone I care about, If I was in a situation where I either act now or someone I care about will lose his/her life. 

Then I will not even hesitate. 

And I hope with all my heart to never ever be put in such situation. 

How is this related to what happened in Paris? 

In my opinion, from how I see the world

The police killing the terrorists in Paris was right. Bombing the shit out of them back in Syria is wrong. 

There are plenty of other options to cause even more damage to ISIS rather than bombing them along with innocents. 

This act is creating a vicious circle of more killing. 

If you kill one of mine I will kill one of yours. 

And both of us will move on believing that we did the right thing. 


When you lose someone in such a sudden and horrific way, you hate who did it, you hate humanity and you hate yourself for being this helpless in keeping your loved ones safe. 

So you go into inhuman lengths to express that hate and anger. 

Then how can we defeat ISIS? 

ISIS are not the problem, the idea behind ISIS is. 

You see, they are X number of fighters, with no actual training and not much of war experience. 

The Jordanian Army alone can finish them in a week. 

But even if you kill every single terrorist within ISIS, you will not kill the idea behind ISIS. 

And that idea is, using a religion in seek of power and world domination. 

So Islam is to blame for this? 

Yes and No. 

Islam is religion, based on a text. whether it is right or wrong does not matter. It is a collection of texts, these texts can be manipulated to mean whatever you want. You can take these texts and turn them into the most peaceful teachings ever, or the most aggressive ones. 

It all depends on what you highlight in it. 

And this is where the whole world is going wrong in their fight against ISIS. 

People blame Islam for all these recent terrorist activities that are happening. And I can understand where they are coming from, it is an obvious link between all the terrorists in the past 10 years. 

They are all Muslims. 

But if you look into the bigger picture, you will see that there are 1.7 Billion Muslim in this world. 

And that is not going to change anytime soon. 

So when you force a stereotype that Muslims are terrorists, this will  rectify the idea  that 1.7 Billion people on this earth are either terrorists or potential terrorists. 

Which is wrong and stupid to say. 

Because we know that, if 1.7 Billion people out of 7 billion people want to terrorize our planet, they would have been done already! 

The only thing we are doing by blaming Muslims is causing them to feel closer to the terrorists within them than to the rest of the world. 

What we should rather do is blame these terrorists as individuals for their acts. 

Shame them for using that religion as a cause, and support the moderate Muslims in rectifying the peaceful image of Islam. 

This way we win the 1.7 Billion Muslims to our side, and successfully kill the idea behind ISIS and minimize it into just a small group of insane, bloodthirsty cowards. 

Regardless of the correctness of such strategy, it is still our best strategy to use with our war on terror. 

Maybe Islam is the most bloodthirsty religion ever, but since someone is saying it is not that and it is all about peace. 

Then we should support that saying and make it the dominant definition.

This way, others who think otherwise are thought to be outsiders from the community. 

Now, What about the refugees? 

Blaming the refugees for these incidents is exactly like blaming the jews for Hitler. 

They are fleeing war and ISIS. 

But the European policies in dealing with them are outright stupid! 

It is a no-brainer that there will be ISIS members between them. 

You just can’t let them blend in with the rest of the society like this, you need more filtering to make sure that these silent cells are fully discovered first. 

Jordan strategy is a much more optimal in dealing with the refugees. 

Hence that even while Jordan being exactly in the middle of a very fucked up place, there has been 0 successful attacks from ISIS on Jordanian soils. 

What can you do to help with such a situation? 

Apart from donating money and volunteering to help the refugees, there is not much an average man can do. 

You need political power and influence to be able to join such a risky game. 

I will go into how you could develop a local political influence in upcoming articles. 

It is easier than you think, but it is a game that you do not really want to be involved in. 

What I think we can and should do as humans wanting to be active in our communities, wanting to see more humanity in today’s world…. 

Is to understand and overcome this kind of thinking and behavior in humans. 

The suicide bombing, the unnecessary aggression… etc. 

It is due to many reasons, look up the psychological research done on terrorism if you are interested to know more of that

But for this article, I want to focus on one thing. 

Abandonment and lack of belongingness.

When you go through some shit in your life, when you get abused and fucked over.

When you get fucked over by people and have no actual power to defend yourself. 

You start hating these people and slowly move into hating humanity. 

Your victim identity manifest itself to create this spiral of hate and anger that is magnified by every small act that you do not like. 

And day by day, act by act… that hates become dangerous. 

But you and I can stop these cycles from getting bigger and bigger. 


Good Fucking Vibes. 

Leave everyone a little happier than you have found them. 

I know you probably double checked that you are actually reading Mysupremacy.com right now.

You probably even scrolled up to make sure that this article is written by John Deus. 

It is much different from my usual “Fuck bitches till they can’t walk properly” articles. 

Different from all the ego and self-centeredness, the narcissism and no fucks were given attitude. 


Yes, be a little selfish, yes be all about yourself and your journey. 

But after all, it doesn’t take much to make someone happy. 

It doesn’t take much to smile at a random girl in the morning on your way to work and tell her she looks pretty. 

Not as a pickup technique, not as a way into her pants, just as a genuine compliment. 

It doesn’t take much to tell the nerdy guy at your school that he has cool glasses, or to ask how is his day going. 

It doesn’t take much to thank the bus driver before you get off the bus. 

It doesn’t take much to smile at the cashier, the pizza delivery guy, the security guy.. etc. and tell them to enjoy their evening. 

It doesn’t take much to tell a family member how much you appreciate him/her. 

To tell your friends how much you are grateful for having them in your life. 

To take a day out to make your wife/girlfriend feel like the most beautiful girl on the planet. 

Not by buying her gifts or trying hard to make her laugh.

Just by your attention, just by your presence. 

By making her feel that you desire no one as much as you desire her that night. That you are literally holding yourself back from ripping her clothes off. 

It doesn’t take much to put some actual effort into learning how to fuck her good. 

How to give her some shivering orgasms that would leave her stress-free for a week. 

Whoever is in your life should have a better life just because you exist in it. 

Radiate the good energy gentlemen. 

If you can’t make this world better now, at least make it happier. 


John Deus



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Mike November 20, 2015 - 12:03 am

I’ve read every word on this site. I am never disappointed with the content. Thank you John Deus I appreciate the wisdom the insight and the entertainment.

Stephen November 20, 2015 - 12:45 pm

Speechless…fucking love the way you think! P.S: It is like you’re using the pull&push on us,you write something FUCKING AMAZING and then you stop for a while letting us want more and more!

Jelous November 20, 2015 - 5:24 pm

Your girlfriend is the luckiest girl alive!

MadManX November 20, 2015 - 5:26 pm

I like your view point on this, it is unusual to see someone with the player vibe and a an actual brain.

Great article, would like to see more of your view points on issues around the world.

I have sent you an email with some suggestions.

Alexander November 20, 2015 - 5:27 pm

John Deus for president!

Paul Pogo November 20, 2015 - 9:23 pm

Well I have to admit that you have a point here. But yous see it’s pretty simple USA’s economy is based on war and benefits that it brings (tons of new working places, oil, gold etc …) that’s the main reason why there are these fights in syria and in northern africa. Let’s take a look at Lybia before death of Muammar Khadafi and USA kicking in :
1. Electricity was free for every citizen.
2. Banks were all runned by government as the result of which every debt was basically free (no loan rates).
3. Newlyweds had a support from their country they got 50000 USD to buy a apartment or house.
4. Many other things which i don’t remember right now.
And after Demaocracy it’s just basically a scrapyard with ruins. For me everything is organized to look like being made by some terrorists meanwhile is aims in humans freedom. Right now 84% of French people would give out some of their civil rights to be protected from these “terrorist” attacks. And European Union is now forcing more strict gun owning laws :http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2015-11-18/crackdown-begins-europe-just-passed-strict-controls-make-it-difficult-acquire-firear.
Remember the society that can’t defend itself can’t fight for their rights too. Thank you for your time.

Korah November 25, 2015 - 6:04 pm

Thank you Paul – coming on here looks as if I have finally found people with working brains! Giving up freedom for the sense of security will never solve the issue, but education will! Motivated, optimistic and educated citizens will lead to less ignorance and violence which will kill this type of poison at its route!

Thank you.

Remus November 26, 2015 - 7:56 am

I can’t tell you how relieved I am to find one prominent blogger in the manosphere who’s fucking talking sense.
I can’t read more than half the guys anymore cause they talk such a big game but are essentially keyboard jockeys. They talk so casually of things like war and death, you’d think they would do something other than blog endlessly.
Hats off to you.

John Deus December 23, 2015 - 12:44 am

Thank you.
I was more evolved in war since a young age. I was born and raised in a 3rd world country. I know how dark these things are and I wish them on no body.

Regards, J.Deus

Joanna November 28, 2015 - 1:39 pm

This article teared me up.

Thank you for your humanity

LueW November 28, 2015 - 7:02 pm

John get an editor, and you will become one of the biggest bloggers ever.

John Deus December 23, 2015 - 12:41 am

I will get an editor soon. Thank you for over looking the bad editing.

Kourtney February 9, 2016 - 3:25 am

It’s like you’re on a misoisn to save me time and money!

Haris Tak January 1, 2016 - 4:10 pm

John I totally agree with you on this one. It is Islamophobia, not Islam which is pushing Muslims towards extremism.


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