Tuesday, January 24, 2017

The Murder of the Father

"Warriors, mythologically, lift their swords to defend the king." - Iron John, Robert Bly


It didn't surprise me at all that the overwhelmingly majority of those protesting at the Trump inauguration were women (women should not be allowed to vote unless they are married and have children – which is ironical when you realize how many of these unattractive childless women are obsessed with Trump and other Presidents “keeping his hands off my ovaries.” which is a cliche with these women). The few men protesting, well, they’re just manginas.

These women of course are Leftists, and Leftism is feminine. The bad feminine, actually. And Leftists always want to destroy just about everything – and the worst of them believe in Chaos, which is a Hell on earth. The late Eric von Kuehnelt-Leddihn understood what Leftism is based on: he said it is about "the murder of the Father." The archetypal Father, meaning patriarchy in whatever form (there have never been any matriarchies, contrary to the hallucinations of the invincibly ignorant).

The humorist P.J. made the comment (and it's a true one): "Without men civilization would last until the next oil change" (I have never seen a woman who is even capable of changing a tire). Leftist women think they can maintain civilization, which is amusing because they can’t.

Carl Jung, whom I have quoted before, said women are biologically indispensable because they have the babies and men are culturally indispensable because they created/discovered/invented/maintain everything.

I know some women who attended Trump's inauguration. They said they were "feminists," although none of them have a clue as to what it really means. Not at all surprisingly they weren't very attractive (imagine that!) and of course weren't married and didn’t have children.

Protesting with others is how they get their meaning and importance and community in life. That fact their protesting does no good whatsoever is not the point, although somehow, they seem to think they can effect some change, somehow.

Mythologically speaking, Trump is a king (some have referred to him as "an emperor"). And if those who believe he is somewhat of a mythological king then they also believe he is trying to do a sacred thing in trying to make this country a better place. That’s the power of mythology.

By the way, von Kuehnelt-Leddihn also said a monarchy was more “erotic” in the ancient Greek sense, which meant love, why why I think Trump is really is a patriot. And he’s not going to quit, which is something Leftists desperately hope.

The Mainstream Media, which is Leftist, is never going leave him alone for the next eight years. And to quote Kuehnelt-Leddihn again, Leftists have no honor and lie all the time, which is true of the media. And of course, one of the easiest things in the world is to lie to your self – and people who do it don’t even know they are doing it. They think they are defending the truth instead of lies (Satan is referred to as “the father of lies”).

The Mainstream Media will tell every lie they can get away with for the next eight years. They want to destroy Trump because is acts like the Father and, again, Leftists want to murder the Father. (I’ve also mentioned that Hillary Clinton is an Evil Queen wannabe – and thank God her political career is over. Mythologically she’s the Bad Mother, who wants to oppress and destroy men, as all Leftists want to do).

All this means Trump’s supporters are going to have to support him unceasingly. To the hilt, you could say.

Amazing what you can learn from the study of mythology, isn’t it? After all, the stories are the distilled wisdom of the human race.

6 comments:

LosAngelesKing said...

One of my favourites from Eric von Kuehnelt-Leddihn is this: “For the average person, all problems date to World War II; for the more informed, to World War I; for the genuine historian, to the French Revolution.”

The other was:“People are rarely diabolic or bent enthusiastically on evil. As a rule, they are only weak; they cannot resist temptation and thus give way to their evil drives.”

I read his work when I was a wide-eyed teenager, and like Thomas Sowell, and Patrick Buchanan influenced my thinking in ways that can't even begin to be quantified.

Glen Filthie said...

I dunno if anyone is taking them seriously anymore. It used to be that when a woman said "I'm a feminist." the guy would smile indulgently and say 'That's cute."

Now he's more likely to tell the feminist to FOAD. I think America is fed up to the gills with 'nasty women' like Ashley Judd.

One Fat Oz Guy said...

I liked Pauline Hansen's response when asked about the women protesting Trump: "it's probably a good thing, they need some sunlight and exercise" (paraphrased).
She's an anti immigration politician whose party won a lot of seats at the last election.
Both the main Left party (Labor) and Right party (Liberal) didn't do well enough to form a clear majority at the last election.
Pauline is looking more appealing to a lot of voters.

insanitybytes2 said...

Just try to keep in mind, 30 million women protested back in November by marching into a voting booth and electing Donald Trump President.

Bob Wallace said...

All the women I know voted for Trump excerpt for a never-married feminist.

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