>not realizing that Nazism was the greatest beta uprising ever
Adolf Hitler was a failed artist with an abusive father. During his 12 years in power in he murdered millions of his enemies and made Germany into a strong feared state.
Dude was the DEFINITION of Alpha.
Yes, far right reactionary movements attract "beta" individuals. This is day one shit, anyone who needs to be told that is an idiot. You're misinterpreting the meaning of it though, and seem to be far too stupid to understand the broader effects of that concept.
>Yes, far right reactionary movements attract "beta" individuals
But so do far left ones.
I argue that the "betas" attracted to the right have a sparkle of alpha in them somewhere, because they want to improve themselves and become something greater, while the leftist betas merely want to destroy everything that threatens them by manipulating those stronger than themselves. If they think the police, army, etc. are going to follow them, they've got it wrong. Traditionalism, fascism, it's all the way of nature. Humans always return to it when they've fallen from the graces of the universal balance, as we're doing right now.
>But why are betas always the ones who spur these moments
Betas, robots, whatever you want to call them, are sitting on the sidelines, they aren't in the game called life that the "normies" are completely invested in and overtaken with. Robots see things from an external perspective, they see the disorder that the normies cannot. This is why the robot is so dangerous, he often feels as though he's dead inside, but he's capable of great things.
So you're basically in the "I don't have any real values or principles but I like to signal my pseudo-intellect by being against authority" camp.