Monday, August 13, 2012

Oh, Lighten Up About This!



Here is a quick little snapshot of mainstream popular culture. This is comedy, of course, as you can tell from the laugh track...right? Needless to say, it is only fiction. And yet it is represented as funny, or at least nothing to get worked up about. Well I don't know who should be most offended by this: men, whom women are being taught to deceive in the most treacherous way imaginable? Or women themselves, who are being depicted as the most vile creatures imaginable?

It is, however, difficult to imagine a feminist getting riled about this unless she (or he) could find some way to put an anti-male spin upon it. That is what feminists do, after all.

Now, go and download the Agent Orange files if you have never done so:

agentorangefiles.com

I would have you observe the very consistent male-negative or male-exploitive pattern which runs like a bright red thread through all of the culture. The tired old argument that radical feminists are only a tiny cult of fringe extremists sounds weary indeed when you reflect on the prevalence of anti-male attitude, in one strength or another, throughout the social fabric. No, the radfems are not the "fringe". They are the concentrated, uncut, undiluted center. Always remember that.  

7 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Fidelbogen:
To answer the question you pose: yes, feminists will put an anti-male spin on it. Since, as you recently pointed out, women consider men to be subhumans, then logically they should feel neither guilt nor remorse about manipulating men.

To give mundane example, if you were training a horse, you wouldn't consider your actions 'scheming' or 'manipulative'. You'd understand that a horse's natural inclinations is not to pull a carriage, so he has to be conditioned to do so by his instincts and inborn tendencies. And feminised women look at men in the same light.

9:08 PM  
Blogger Fidelbogen said...

Hey, I would never let slide from my keyboard such a statement as "women consider men to be subhumans". That would be misogynistic. What I probably said was that feminists consider men to be subhumans.

9:47 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Fidelbogen:
You're right, you did say it about feminists. Living in America, it's hard to keep the concepts of 'feminist' and 'women' separated in one's mind! LOL

I wonder sometimes if there shouldn't be a word that draws that kind of distinction. Maybe speaking of normal women as 'ladies' again...

12:19 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

feminism is scientology for women. if you think about it, you wouldn't go in for something like scientology unless you already had a problem. women who go for feminism, and stay with it, already have a problem, and that problem, in my opinion, is something which is innate to women. it's already there, feminism just takes advantage of it, and increases it.

if i had to describe that problem i would say it has to do with narcissism, shallowness, and a strong internal desire to control others.

oh, and lack of sense of humor. but perhaps this is just a symptom.

6:54 AM  
Blogger Fidelbogen said...

Feminism = scientology for women.

Okay, I can roll with that! ;)

When you say "innate to women", I would rather say "innate to the particular women in question."

That way, I am not saying something "misogynistic".

Of course, for your average feminist, any negative word about any WOMAN, is "misogyny". That is because feminism does not hold women morally accountable.

See how that works?

10:27 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

i think you're right, except there are frailties innate to humans, but it seems like some are more likely in females, others in males. also i seem to encounter a lot of women who seem innately controlling and feel very entitled to do so, so it does skew my view some.

on the other hand i just heard from 'mala265' on youtube that wives are there to "double his happiness and halve his worries"... she should be the keynote speaker at next year's radfem.

11:06 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Fidelbogen & Anon:

There are certain innate tendencies in all women generally (as there are in men) which serve biological functions. For example, the tendency towards being controlling that Anon mentioned is normal since women biologically need the protection and support of a male, especially after reproduction and as they grow older.

There's nothing inherently wrong with these biological tendencies provided that civilization recognizes them and takes steps to control them. But feminist 'liberation' is anti-civilization and perverts a lot of these normal tendencies into misandrist behavior patterns.

I agree with Fidelbogen that women have to prove themselves worthy, but a strong presumption can be made about an individual female depending on the woman's cultural background.

12:38 PM  

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