Friday, October 25, 2013

Women Can't Get Their Lives Together Without a Man

"A desire to give them the same education, and, as a consequence, to propose the same goals for them, is a dangerous chimera. . . . The day when, misunderstanding the inferior occupations which nature has given her, women leave the home and take part in our battles; on this day a social revolution will begin, and everything that maintains the sacred ties of the family will disappear." - an amusing quote from 1879.

Oh, if only parents or schools or churches had told us these things!

I'm old enough to see what happens when women don't have a man in their lives. You know - home, husband and children. It's not pretty. Actually, it's pretty ugly. And it's clear that most women are less happy after feminism.

I first began to notice this problem in college, when I started to encounter overweight, plain/unattractive girls with hostile attitudes. Even then I knew they had problems with men, obviously because they couldn't get any - except maybe for a one-night stand, after which the guy said, "See ya."

Such girls are why I often wonder if ugly girls shouldn't get free plastic surgery.

Then when I graduated I began to encounter divorced women, usually without children. Again the hostility, and just like the college girls, blamed all their problems on men. In fact, the hostility and the blaming men just oozed out of them.

Some of these divorced hostile women were pudgy, but most were scrawny, and often said such bizarre things I always suspected they were on psychiatric medication. But then, 25% of women are.

It was the same things over and over: hostile and blaming their problems on men. And every one of them had a failed relationship with a man.

Because of my experiences, I think that what most women want is home, husband and children, and when they don't get those things, they permanently blow a gasket. Most especially after the understanding hits them that their ovaries have shriveled up.

Since to have home, husband and children, it has always been necessary for men to be highly-paid, so they can support the family. That doesn't happen anymore. So now women have to work, and I have found many end up not liking that and want out of it.

I was recently standing next to three women, who were talking about their families. One said to the others, "I wish I could go back to being a stay-at-home mom. I had it so good."

I don't particularly believe in "educating" women. Many of their jobs are make-work. Degrees in Human Resources, followed by a make-work job. Parasites. And women with Liberal Arts degrees? More parasites.

Now if a woman can get a degree in something useful, say STEM, more power to her. As for women who say, "I'm happy with a career and no husband and children," there's one thing that bursts their bubble: men created everything in the world. Of course, these women will say they're "oppressed by patriarchy" and the rest of that silliness. In other word, they're blaming all their problems on men!

So all women are unable to get their lives together without the accomplishment of men, present...and past.

Men are supposed to be patriarch/protectors. Women are receptive/reactive (which means they react to what men do, which is why we've basically screwed ourselves by setting things up so women reacted the wrong ways).

But I have found it never works when too many women are working. Families never form or break up easily. And as for single mothers - monsters. The problems associated with the children of single mothers are legion. And the women often ignore those problems and blame them on other people. Specifically, men.

The family is the basic unit of civilization. Once it goes, so goes society.

I have never seen a divorced/older spinster who had her life together and was happy. The MSM pretends they exist, but I have no respect for them and don't believe a thing they say. It's all propaganda.

This almost appears to be a conspiracy. Some think it is. I don't. But whatever the cause, it's exactly what is needed to make society go backwards to the point it collapses.

"I see a lot of women without kids, in their 40s, who are miserable and I see a lot of women after they have children saying, ‘What the fuck was I doing? Why was I doing fashion PR? I was doing seating plans for a fashion show telling what people sit in what chair. Now I’m shaping human life." - Gavin McInnes

"Women need feminism like fish need hooks." - Karol Traven.


mothersmurfer said...

Some people make the mistake of thinking that the smallest unit of humanity is an individual. I think the smallest unit of humanity is a mated pair who can reproduce.

Anonymous said...

When one researches The Frankfurt School, Marxist/Communist thought, stumbles across statements such as "Feminism is Marxism and Marxism is Feminism", voiced by uber-feminist Catherine McKinnon, sooner rather later one must conclude that in fact there was and is indeed a "conspiracy" behind all this.

"Nothing happens in politics that isn't planned", chimed socialist/communist president Franklin Delano Roosevelt. He also said, "Some of my best friends are communists", and sooner or later you are the friends you keep. The destruction of the core was essential for the destruction of the whole, and whether "we" like to admit it or not, the destruction of the family is the destruction of all.

"Atomized" is what we have become, a motley collection of damaged souls, hearts and minds. None of what has occurred is accidental. Spielberg has been quoted as saying essentially "film is the greatest weapon ever devised." the seeds for the current social malaise were planted long ago, and the planter of such was metaphorically no different than the character who planted the tares in the biblical tale in the New Testament. And "evil one."

Add to the seed and soil a fertilizer of incessant propaganda from the social studies curricula developed in the 30's by the Frankfurt Bunch and brought to academic maturity by the time the "Boomers" were being "educated/programmed" by the "Silents" and "Greatests" in the public school system mixed with mind-imprinting movies, television as well as feminist literature hitting the shelves by the Betty Friedan's of the world, no one can conclude that this was simply an accident of history. When one discovers, and that by her own admission, that the seed money for Gloria Steinem's "Ms. Magazine" came directly from the Central Intelligence Agency, well folks, you actually have a conspiracy here. And it is ongoing - Period.

Lenin referred to those who, at least for a period, enthusiastically did the bidding of their overseers as "useful fools" who we later to be discarded when their "usefulness" had come to an end. See his book, "What is to be done?"

These Useful Fools" became "Change Agents" and they indeed brought change, for by 1980 the point of demographic "critical mass" had been crossed. "Feminism" was in place, both de facto and de jure.
(Read Christopher Burchfield's book "The Tinder Box - How Political Correctness Destroyed the U.S. Forest Service." No conspiracy? De Facto became De jure, and it was an act of conspiracy.)

In Bob's essay he related examples of "lamentations" by women who became "useful fools" and in many cases they regret such later. Far more than once I've heard the utterance "Those bra-burning bitches fucked it up for all of us" from women caught in this destructive tide.

Now the circumstances are so dire they are almost impossible to correct without the assistance of a massive societal upheaval that allows for an environment in which to do so. A "collapse" perhaps? Likely, nothing less will do.

Such a scenario begs the following question - If/when such events unfold, are there enough actual "men" left to reverse this tide and reconstruct civilization and the proper order that made it?

Anonymous said...


Read the following and then tell me that the current circumstance wasn't the result of an act of conspiracy -

Conspirare - Latin, "to breathe together."

Like it or not, damn near everything is "conspiracy." I cannot recall who stated the following but remember it well: "One man's business plan is another man's conspiracy."

Some peoples "business plans" are just a tad more grandiose than others. Perusing works such as Zbignew Brezinski's "The Grand Chessboard" makes that assertion crystal clear. Spending many long winters nights digesting the contents of Dr. Carrol Quiqley's tome "Tragedy and Hope" clarify the living hell out of it, at least if you have "eyes to see and ears to hear."

You've got enemies whether you like it or not. Politics is business and as the old adage goes, "You may have no interest in politics but politics has an interest in you."

Glen Filthie said...

I think the same goes for men too, Bob. I know the manosphere is chock full of fellas that claim to be foot loose and fancy free but I don't buy it.

Most guys want a family, a nice house, a decent car and maybe a dog to chase the kids around. Who WOULDN'T want that?