Following the comments of my wee sister Cillhouette I find myself coming back to a question that has been on my mind for some time: Does female group-think make a mockery of democracy? Given in-group bias, female group-think is always going to veer towards whatever appears to favor women as a whole.
It’s not just a matter of how women vote (although there is evidence that women are more likely to vote for the Left and big government). It’s more a matter of women bolstering the special interest pressure groups that have hijacked democracy : feminism, political correctness, the crusade for “diversity” and the SJW brigade. These groups don’t need votes. They just need lobbying and pressure power.
As the world is now, democracy is for women. Feminist administrations are entrenched in Western Europe, North America and Australasia. Female group bias renders women incapable of recognizing this. Because of their bias, they continue to confuse equality of outcome with equality of opportunity and conclude that they are hard done by. The group bias of women, and the lack of it in men, results in pro-female institutions, laws, media, education, and allocation of government and state funding.
The flip side of Feminism, the crusade for diversity, is wrecking civilization as we speak and the men are too weak to stop it. Feminism has done untold damage to masculinity. Anyone been to Sweden? It’s hard to believe those emasculated men are descended from the Vikings.
Democracy is tyranny against men. The feminist disaster will continue for as long as it is allowed to bully the cowering MSM and governments and institutions of the western world.
Jess Phillips gives us an unsolicited demonstration of female in-group bias:
Now listen (below) to her hopelessly inadequate attempts to justify her position regarding men’s issues. The most worrying thing about it is her absolute inability to even begin to recognize her own bias against men. She actually crusades for her own incurable bias. To an independent, rational-thinking person, this is simply ludicrous. If she wants to see why there are less women than men in positions of responsibility, she only has to look in the mirror.
Adult males see and hear examples of female in-group bias every week, if not every day.
With the exception of very rare women, such as the ones who comment on this blog, women are quite incapable of dispassionately discussing feminism with a man. A woman’s automatic reaction will be to take it as a personal attack on herself (unless she has the tingles for the man, in which case she’ll be too attentive to feel insulted). Her reaction is no more rational than a man interpreting a criticism of communism or capitalism as a personal attack on himself.
Almost every post on this blog contains articles and comments that give references to or examples of group-bias or group-think. They mightn’t use the labels “group-bias” or “group-think” but that’s what they are.
Feminism is group-think. Feminists are incapable of fair government. A man should not vote for a woman unless she’s an avowed anti-feminist at the least.
The sound of a feminist parliament (Muahahahaha) :
That would be…