Recently, I find out that the great Victor Pride is leaving along with Bold and determined. This is a shocking revelation to me cause out of all people, I didn’t expect him to be leaving.
His reason for leaving his business is because he became a born again christian which is ironic since he seems to be agnostic just like me. Don’t believe that’s his reason? See for yourself: Let It Be Known
Ever since his announcement, He took down all of his articles, Red Supplements is going out of business, all of his eBooks are now free to download, and he permanently removed his last eBook, Monk Mode, due to being satanic and it’s coming from the words of Victor Pride himself. This shows how serious he is. I couldn’t believe what he said about his eBook since I really liked it.
In the end, if he is happy then so be it. I am not one to judge him for wanting to get religion. It’s true the saying, “nothing last forever” and Victor Pride is no different. My suggestion to you is to get all of his eBooks while they are still free to download before they are lost forever. There is a lot of knowledge to be learned in them and I strongly recommend it as I have read them all. His legacy will always be remembered in the red pill and blog community.
My message to Victor Pride
Victor Pride, I just want to say thank you for everything you have done. It’s because of your teachings from your books and articles that helped me become the man I am today. Your the reason that AKR is created in the first place. You gave me the motivation for me to always become the best man I can be which I have always believed in but you enforced it. I always remembered your lesson that money doesn’t buy happiness but it buys freedom. I will never forget you lessons and you memory will live on with the books I still have which I always go back to remember especially 30 days of discipline and body of a spartan.
I hope that you are truly happy by becoming a born again christian. the only thing I ask of you is this: Stay Red Pilled
Goodbye Victor Pride. You will be missed. I will make sure I pass what I learned to my future sons.