Word Travels Fast on the Street
And yes, an abnormally large amount of the entry traffic was targeted to that post page specifically!
I'm not sure how this happens. By what magic do all of those people suddenly know what is going on? Does the info get "shotgunned" into an e-mail tree all at once by just a few individuals? Perhaps. But then again, I see no evidence in my web stats. (You can tell when somebody arrives from an e-mail link, and I'm not finding much of that!)
Finally, is it enemy traffic, friend traffic, or a bit of both?
All right, I think I will continue along the same vein as yesterday's post, when I ruminated upon the texture of the political landscape which the feminist regime has imposed on the world. And when I say "the world" I mean, of course, the non-feminist sector. That's us -- and we didn't ask for this!
Men and women are now separate political power blocs. We have no good reason to assume otherwise. This is a plain, simple, objective, pragmatic, hard-headed fact. And it is not hard to understand why this has come about, given that feminism has worked so hard for so many years to raise political consciousness among women, and to form the female collective psyche upon the paradigm of "sisterhood". Women have been taught that they are victims to whom compensation is owed, and this meme has taken deep root as a cultural narrative among critical numbers of the female population. It has become self-sustaining and self-validating, which was the intended outcome all along.
Women, in short, are politicized. The Redstockings Manifesto (as a prime example) laid the plan out years ago, and we are living with the fruit of it today. A lot of women nowadays (under feminist tutelage) think that women are "special" and due for special treatment, and a host of laws, policies, institutions, and lobbying groups stand ready to cater to this expectation, while a host of feminist agitators work to foster the growth of ever deeper and moar elaborated expectations. And in the midst of all this hustling and grabbing, the well-being of half the human race -- the male half -- is frankly not much noticed or talked about. The feminists are fine with that, and they even have a special, light-hearted saying which is akin to "let them eat cake". This special feminist witticism is: "What about teh menz?"
Men are being run over -- sometimes with malice aforethought, other times in sheer ignorance, but either way the consequences are on a par. In fine, it is not a fine thing, to be run over.
Bearing in mind what we have lately touched upon, it is easy to understand why men and women are now separate political power blocs. Political self-awareness is widespread among women, but up until recently, very limited among men. This means that men aren't much of a power bloc at all, but more like a power vacuum. For whatever power men might have, it is not self-aware power of men-as-a-group distinguished from that of women as a group. Sisterhood is currently thicker than brotherhood, and men, putting it briefly, do not exist politically as men. They lack what, in Marxian terms, would be called a class consciousness.
And lacking such, they are patsies and pushovers in the path of feminist aggression.
It is never the nature of power bloc A to be altruistically concerned for the health of power bloc B, for if such were the case, their differentiation as blocs would never have come about. And if power bloc B is politically unaware of itself, it will take the worst end of the business in most cases. Men, then, are power bloc B. And men must, both for their own good and for the good of the non-feminist revolution, agree to bond in brotherhood and solidarity. This needs to happen one way or the other.
Once again, men must exist politically as men or they will be thrown under the bus. In saying this, I am grimly aware of how unhealthy it is for the human race that men and women should be separate political interest groups. It is simply not natural, and a house divided against itself cannot stand. But, the house is already divided against itself anyway! Feminism made this happen, and feminism is a war against men. Therefore, if feminism is to be counteracted, it is MEN who must take the initiative in bringing this about. Men, being themselves the ground zero of feminist aggression, are in a unique position of understanding and therefore uniquely qualified to undertake the necessary operations.
And so, the pro-male men's movement (as opposed to the pro-feminist men's movement) will always be, and must always be, a key force in the non-feminist revolution as a whole.
Whatever is good for men, is bad for feminism; whatever is good for feminism, is bad for men; whatever is bad for men, is good for feminism; whatever is bad for feminism, is good for men. . .