Monday, October 12, 2009

More Evidence that Women are Oppressed

I wonder if anybody needs a trigger warning for this. . .


Anonymous julie said...

I got a surprise when I opened the link and found a NZ article.

Hey, you can tell you like the podcasts. 3 small posts in a row.

2:11 AM  
Blogger NotNOW said...

Fidel, a little OT, but the trend-setting offender is running out of money, and can't manage its "citizens" anymore.

The machine that women built that wants to hold men in bondage is collapsing.

3:48 AM  
Blogger Fidelbogen said...

@NotNow: Nothing that pertains to the cause is off-topic. I thank you for sharing.

Oh. . . I should rather say "feminists" than "women".

Here's something else in a similar vein, also from England:


Yup, you nailed it! Funny, but I was wanting to record a pod today, but I've got a scratchy throat, so I'm afraid I'd sound a tad froggy. . . ;)

Glad you enjoyed the link. I can well imagine the joy it brought to your heart.

The person who sent the link to me, is located in NZ, so I guess that explains a few things, eh?

4:08 PM  
Anonymous julie said...


Glad you enjoyed the link. I can well imagine the joy it brought to your heart.

lol. Well, being technology ... I just read it for info and let it go. It is too far off from what I am doing.

Yup, you nailed it!

Funny that. You have moved into something new and I have moved into a slot. Great timing.

Gosh, I really like Teri Stoddard. She is a winner IMHO and now that she is working in the DV area I am over the moon. (she has totally re motivated me)And being Domestic Violence month is an extra bonus when it comes to writing because it is a popular subject on some men's sites at the moment.

Oh, oh, oh, I also like Carey Roberts cause he is really into DV as is one of my favourite men's advocate; Glenn Sacks. The bonuses are adding up.

Also, I feel really happy concentrating on one thing and doing it well. Plus I just love teamwork compared to working alone isolated.

Happy days. :D

8:11 PM  
Blogger NotNOW said...


Women are known as a group to be more collectivist, while men tend to be more individualist. Feminism caters to women's innate collectivism; governments worldwide seek to consolidate their own power, and feminism provided a convenient vehicle to do so, by overtly aiding in the marginalization of those most likely to resist government, namely men.

Britain is an advanced study in this. Subvert men, subvert the individual to the collective, exalt government power, embrace central control of everything, including economics. We know from history that this doesn't work, but "hope" springs eternal and we keep trying it.

Britain has sown the wind and is reaping the whirlwind. The British currency is a dead man walking (second time in 100 years); the US dollar isn't far behind (we have defaulted twice in the past 100 years). Britain has embraced total gun bans, and now even knife bans, in a final mighty bow to government authority. It is failing totally, as it must.

It all fits together. It is all interrelated. Central planning doesn't work, even when you eliminate all of your opponents by taking away their kids and telling them if they don't behave they'll never see them again.

The risks here are huge: Weimar-like currency collapse leading to a nationalsocialist police state, or a new French Revolution where political prisoners are freed. Anything is possible, and a genuine crisis is likely.

Interesting times.

7:53 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"Women get to a certain point in their careers when they have to juggle both home and work life and there's a lot of extra pressure on them," said a Dell official."

There's a simple solution to that,my dearies, GO.@#!&ING.HOME.

Your family will thank you.

10:45 PM  
Blogger trent13 said...

Interestng to read all the comments - and to the last, I couldn't agree more.

@ notNOW:

That is a new perspective to me on societal relations/political theory, that women are fundamentally collectivists and therefore promote big government, while men are individualist and want less government involvement. I don't think I agree but I would have to contemplate it some more and perhaps it would help if you might explain your view more succinctly.

While I agree we are definitely heading down the road to totalitarianism, I'm not following your explanation of how we are going to get there.

And just in case it is too far off this thread topic - if you have a blog or would care to take the time to email me,, let me know please.

1:09 PM  

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