I am not red piller but I don't see how that particular post debunks it. Humans are much closer to chimps than to wolves and chimps do live in tribes (not just families) and there is such thing as an alpha chimp. Part of being alpha chimp is indeed display of dominance, but the catch is that you also have to be diplomatic -- which is something red pill doesn't know how to do.
I don't think this post proves or disproves anything.
We all know that in human interaction, there are passive and active individuals, weak and strong individuals or shy and self confident individuals. Even if we don't call them "alpha" and "beta", the power struggle stays the more or less the same.
> Slightly off-topic, but the whole "alpha male" philosophy is nonsense in and of itself.
The person then goes on to say things that are irrelevant. Humans are not wolves.