Galting is a by-product of non-altruist thoughts which leads those on the inceldom spectrum to believe that they should financially act in a tit-for-tat manner towards personalitist oriented normies of society for its apathy towards inceldom. This is done by contributing as little tax as possible, through either the off-gridder lifestyle, by refusing to betabux or other similar lifestyle choices wherein taxation is minimal. It is a form of protest characterized by economical subversion of society, such as participating in brain drain, refusing to invest within society, divestment from pro-feminist companies and boycottage of bluepilled brands.
The term galting derives from the fictional character John Galt in an Ayn Rand novel Atlas Shrugged (1957). The mysterious figure called John Galt is persuading other business leaders to abandon their companies and disappear as a strike of productive individuals against the looters. The novel ends with the strikers planning to build a new capitalist society based on Galt’s philosophy of reason and individualism.
- See also: Satyagraha