Feministing Posts a Fluff Piece
About the IGAF Meeting
The article is, I assure you, a complete waste of reading time for its own sake. But for the sake of monitoring the developing political weather patterns, it is informative. What we are witnessing is their very first spontaneous "twitch" -- before they've had time to digest, or look into, or process the implications of , the thing they are twitching about. It is their "think fast" moment. And I'm wondering if they learned about the AGAF conference here--at this blog--first?
The bulk of the article consists of a quote from Ulf Andersson, followed by one or two paragraphs of poison chipmunk-chatter from authoress Chloe, who has difficulty comprehending what is meant by the phrase 'return things to normal'.
All right Chloe, I will explain. Returning things to normal means holding feminism accountable for its crimes and correcting the present system of sociopolitical abuses against men. Any questions?
Yet to be honest, I am pessimistic as hell. I seriously wonder if things will EVER return to "normal" -- that is, short of a violent social cataclysm of one kind or another? For the present, I can only see things rolling further and further down hill, growing steadily more and more abnormal until we reach a breaking point where "something's got to give". And. . . I fear it will be ugly. Frankly, I see a WAR ahead. . .
Well no, not "ahead" at all. In fact, the war is already here and has been ongoing for a good long while. But I fear it can only escalate. War has been declared on men, by feminism, and men all over the world are becoming aware of this. So they are proselytizing, organizing, mobilizing, networking, discussing things, making plans and ultimately, lining up feminism in the sociopolitical crosshairs! There will be more and more of these conferences, springing up everywhere, and I'm afraid there will never be enough fascist thugs to shut down all of them.
You cannot stop men from convening as men, and talking about things as men, and existing politically as men, and banding together in the defense of their common interests as men. The wheels are turning, and men are here for the duration. They have been around for a good long while and I'm pretty sure they won't be leaving town any time soon.