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Here’s an explanation of what Gamma males are as a function of resource scarcity (mindset) and greed, using selected quotes from the article Alpha Behavior, which I’ve rearranged in a logical sequence.
A layman’s definition of stress is: The belief that you don’t have the resources necessary to deal with a problem.
Alphas Allow Others Their Place
It is perhaps here that the absolute worst misconception about alpha behavior is made. It is also one of the fastest ways to spot a beta trying to ape an alpha. One version of this attitude is “I’m the alpha, I get the best, you get the scraps.” Another version is “Everything is mine and you have no place.”
Realize humans are social animals. We need other humans in order to exist. The nature of the social hierarchy is two-fold. One is so the greatest number of people can ‘get by’ in order for the group/species to survive (it organizes and protects the group). Two is it allows individuals within that group a place of security to obtain what that individual needs in order to survive.
Before you can understand what an alpha is, you first need to understand something about the nature of power. Namely: Power is granted to you by the group. You don’t have power unless other people give it to you.
Here’s the catch, the group gives you power on the condition that you look out for their needs. That’s the deal. You get extra power to serve them. If you violate this trust then you will be stripped of your power by the group.
Basically Caesar [Milan]’s summation of an insecure alpha is a beta dog that is thrust into a leadership position. This dog lacks alpha attributes. Most of all it doesn’t have the calm assurance of a true alpha. As such it is unstable and overly aggressive. An additional problem with this is other dogs in this situation also become unbalanced and aggressive.
This resource-hoarding anxiety explains why even birds hate Gammas.
Therefore I propose that the male SSMV hierarchy may be reduced to two binary factors (a 2×2 matrix) ranked as follows:
Insecure Beta (Delta)
Insecure Alpha (Gamma)
Then you also have:
Secure outsider/introvert/foreigner/alien (Sigma)
Insecure outsider/introvert/foreigner/alien (Omega)
What it comes down to is that purely male hierarchies, e.g. hunting parties, are chiefly concerned with getting work done, defending the common resources, and redistribution by the high-ranked member(s).
If you introduce even a single fertile woman, it changes this dynamic from “insiders against the world” to intragroup competition. But of course you can’t have civilization without women, which we define as the organized, collaborative protection of the insiders’ women and children; the trick appears to be keeping women away from the workplace to encourage male cooperation rather than rational, psychopathic competition.
Lambdas are interesting because they can collaborate with male hierarchies in the workplace, but they will refuse to collaborate in the protection of women and children, who are not worth dying for if you’re gay. In mass society they are hyper-competitive, comparable to Jews, because they practice nepotism. I worked at a kitchen once where all six of the managers were gay, and their boss was a woman.