Tuesday, March 16, 2010

Women are More Compassionate

Women are more compassionate than other people. Women are more in touch with their feelings than other people. Well, aren't they? That's what I've always heard!

By way of demonstration, note the following:

http://gata.org/node/8434


Now, the bloodily-expectorating bloke described in this story was undoubtedly a deadbeat dad and a reprobate scumbag. The story furnishes scant detail in that direction, but hey, he got arrested and thrown in jail, so evidently he was a good-for-nothing! After all, nice people never get arrested and thrown in jail under any circumstances. . . do they? And this guy was arrested for not paying child support even though he willfully concealed a gold mine in his mouth, god damn him!!

Under the circumstances, he was oppressing a woman—namely the putative mother of his child—and so we can hardly expect another woman (charged to uphold the law!) to react other than compassionately . . . can we? As is entirely fitting. . . isn't it? Lt. Mayhew's mayhem happened for a god-damned good reason. . . didn't it? Of course it did!

In conclusion, we all know perfectly well that people other than women start wars and duck their support payments, and we know equally well that when women at last occupy all the seats of executive authority in this world, wars simply will not happen any more, and child support will be compassionately extracted . . . or else! Right, kids?

14 Comments:

Blogger ScareCrow said...

I've always been told this too.

However, by my own observations (and I'll admit, it might just be the group of people I am "in" with), it seems like MEN are way more compassionate than women.

Evil is a lack of empathy.

That seems to describe most women I have met - since they identify only with themselves and their own problems - and rarely the problems of others.

7:27 PM  
Blogger Fidelbogen said...

"Evil is a lack of empathy."

That is undoubtedly a big part of it. But more than that, evil is simply a case of (pardon my vulgar Latin) having your head up your ass. From this factor many other factors will cascade - e.g. lack of empathy as you have stated.

Feminists and other bleeding crocodile-hearts are quite fond of the word "compassion". They toss it around quite a bit, anyway, and the nearest I can arrive to what the term really means in THEIR mouths, is:

compassion = narcissistic sentimentalism.

8:18 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"But more than that, evil is simply a case of (pardon my vulgar Latin) having your head up your ass."

I think it's more than that.

Women are the only people on earth who fantasize about being raped and use childhood sexual abuse as a slur against other people who they do not like.

I honestly believe that women operate on basic animal instinct most of the time and are almost sexually aroused by the most twisted forms of brutality the human mind can devise. They are drawn to it, the way a wolf is drawn to a squealing eviscerated rabbit.

We often hear about bad men in the news, but I believe "bad" men are the outliers, as are "good" men (such as Gandhi, MLK jr.,etc.), with most men being morally neutral or both good and bad, but your average woman would probably put people like Henry Lee Lucas, Caligula, or Adolf Hitler to shame, if their daily thoughts were known.

2:15 AM  
Blogger Fidelbogen said...

"your average woman would probably put people like Henry Lee Lucas, Caligula, or Adolf Hitler to shame, if their daily thoughts were known."

Okay, lemme guess. You're really a feminist provocateur posing as an anti-feminist dude, making misogynistic statements which I am expected to "denounce" on pain of implicating myself in the crime of misogyny should I fail to do so?

How'd I do? Did I guess right? ;)

As you will note, I am very good about not moderating comments. I almost never do that, actually.

Oh, very well then... consider yourself... denounced!

And I am being mighty generous in saying that, since there is nothing in the now-voided social contract which requires that I take ANY such action!

As for the nature of women: I tend to think that they are fucked up, but in a different way from men - who are equally fucked up, but in their own way, of course.

3:23 AM  
Blogger ScareCrow said...

WOW.

You never cease to impress Fidelbogen.

Do you really think that last post was from a feminist in disguise?

In what ways do you think women are f**ked up, and in what ways do you think men are f**ked up?

I am guessing that you wrote about it in an earlier entry in your blog...

9:29 AM  
Blogger trent13 said...

compassion = narcissistic sentimentalism.

great definition, F

"your average woman would probably put people like Henry Lee Lucas, Caligula, or Adolf Hitler to shame, if their daily thoughts were known."

Really?! The AVERAGE woman? Caligula? You don't think that just might be a wee, wee bit of an exaggeration? Someone def HATES women...

10:20 AM  
Blogger NotNOW said...

Lt. Mayhew certainly was in touch with her feelings.

10:44 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

after reading that story i wonder if the prisoner might have approached the guard about pulling his grill.

think about it for a second (this means assuming the best about people): the man obviously could not pay his child support and if it were me and many other men, this would weigh heavily on his shoulders.
he may have asked the guard to do it, knowing a lawsuit is the only way to obtain the money legally.

but yeah it's a huge stretch because men (women too) willing to take serious pain for the well being of their families are a rarity.

3:27 PM  
Blogger Joab said...

-Evil is a lack of empathy.-

Nice one. :-)

Yeah, I love that bit about women leaders being more compassionate. Like Madeline Albright bombing the shit out of Serbia for the crime of not wanting to be occupied by Muslims. Or Queen Elizabeth I executing Catholics. Or Cleopatra, or Indira Gandhi...

You see, the list of compassionate women just goes on and on!

10:34 AM  
Blogger Fidelbogen said...

"Yeah, I love that bit about women leaders being more compassionate. Like Madeline Albright bombing the shit out of Serbia for the crime of not wanting to be occupied by Muslims. Or Queen Elizabeth I executing Catholics. Or Cleopatra, or Indira Gandhi..."

The feminists have already answered this in their way. They will tell you that when women gain seats of power (as in your examples) they are surrounded and controlled by the patriarchal power structure and therefore have no choice but live up to patriarchal norms.

See, the feminists want to get women off the hook NO MATTER WHAT!

But when I think of all the women who have done vile, abominable things when it was entirely evident that nobody was forcing them in any way, then all of those shabby feminist tergevisations become disgustingly transparent to me.

Women (in high stations OR low) have a capacity for unspeakable crime and violence - as do men - and they certainly don't need men to inspire them.

9:54 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Here's another "compassionate" woman for you.

http://www.philly.com/dailynews/local/20100318_Cops__Woman_s_lie_about_rape_led_to_lover_s_beating__sodomy.html

5:25 AM  
Blogger ScareCrow said...

Just a quick wise-crack:

Excerpt from Angry Harry:

"People do not CHOOSE to spend hundreds of hours immersing themselves in material that disgusts or appals them."

He says this in reference to women talking about (or rather being obsessed with) domestic violence, rape, child molestation etc...

I think he makes an excellent point

Why do these women spend so much time talking about it (obsessing over it)?

Why did my psychology book say that "forced sexual intercourse" was the #2 fantasy of women (#1 was "replacement of current partner)?

Often, when I hear about a man - like the man that held that girl captive for like 10 years - and fathered two children with her (sorry, I forgot the names involved) - I am so disgusted, I have to change the channel...

I know that the media exaggerates how often these things happen - and they are in fact rare, but why do some women (and men for that matter), spend so much time obsessing over them - rather than being sick - and wanting to just change the channel?

11:40 AM  
Blogger trent13 said...

"They will tell you that when women gain seats of power (as in your examples) they are surrounded and controlled by the patriarchal power structure and therefore have no choice but live up to patriarchal norms."

What gets me is that anyone could ACTUALLY believe that - psycho

5:59 PM  
Blogger Fidelbogen said...

"
I think he makes an excellent point..."


He does indeed.

I too recall the story about the man who held the girl captive. I remember being briefly interested, studying a few articles on the web (with maps and photos), thinking it was all very sick and sad, and then . . . forgetting all about it. Until just this minute.

And to think, that certain people (feminists!) build entire careers and cultures upon obesessing about rape, child abuse, DV. . . ad nauseam!

I sort of, somewhat, FORCE myself to think about those things too, since I wish to understand and refute what my enemy is talking about. And I guess you might say that I "choose" to do this - although it is not a choice that I would "choose" if I had any other choice! :(

I should say that I would far rather immerse myself in material that delights me - as my latest post (re:Telemann) is meant to suggest.

6:43 PM  

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