Leverage


Previously commenter Cill stated

Man’s greatest flaw is his weakness for female flesh.

I believe that we all understand that, but it needs to be said explicitly.  It allows women to manipulate men individually and as a whole in so many ways.  Here is the latest attempt at this,

A married couple in Ohio have launched a new website called “Vote Trump, Get Dumped” which calls on activists to withhold sex from those who support Donald Trump. The couple compared the importance of stopping Trump to previous movements in which women abstained from sex in order to force their husbands to achieve some social goal.

“To cast a vote for Trump is to agree with his sexist, perverted, demeaning, backwards, offensive treatment of women,” the website declares. Its motto is “Those Who Vote Trump Should Understand This: No Sex. No Dates. No Chance.”

In a statement to PJ Media, website founder and anxious wife Chandler Smith explained the effectiveness of this sexual protest:

“This has a proven history of getting men’s attention when our intellectual, moral, and philosophical pleas fall on deaf (or dumb) ears. If [the website and petition] do well, Donald Trump will not be a candidate for president of the United States. Then we will go back to our normal, sexually active lives in the land by the people, for the people, and of the people.”

Women have leverage and they use it.  As everybody here knows, they have too much leverage, and use the excess for their short term gain (once again both at the individual can collective levels).  For some unclear reason, they can never see that this has negative long term consequences for all.

In this particular case, we have Donald Trump.  He is the candidate of the those who hate PC nonsense and  those who feel for the poor prospects of middle/working class white men.  And why are these men so unhappy?  Because Feminists and their cohorts have denied them jobs (affirmative action, lots of government women’s jobs, hostile K-12 and university campuses), sex (you don’t make enough money) and respect.  Furthermore these men have been told to shut up about the issues that affect them (PC nonsense).

Probably for many men, there is no woman in their life, so women have no leverage with respect to withholding sex.  These men have kittens to lose and are now pushing back.  As are many men who do have women in their lives, and are standing up for themselves and their brothers.  Things must be of a serious nature if women are explicitly advocating this sex-withholding strategy.  Normally women never make their strategy explicit.  We shall see how this turns out.  It might not be pretty.

 

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131 comments on “Leverage
  1. Spawny Get says:

    Would it be as not pretty as this?

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  2. Spawny Get says:

    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lysistrata

    Lysistrata (/laɪˈsɪstrətə/ or /ˌlɪsəˈstrɑːtə/; Attic Greek: Λυσιστράτη, “Army Disbander”) is a comedy by Aristophanes. Originally performed in classical Athens in 411 BC, it is a comic account of one woman’s extraordinary mission to end the Peloponnesian War. Lysistrata persuades the women of Greece to withhold sexual privileges from their husbands and lovers as a means of forcing the men to negotiate peace—a strategy, however, that inflames the battle between the sexes. The play is notable for being an early exposé of sexual relations in a male-dominated society[citation needed].

    Sounds about as funny as the fannytastic new Ghostbusters.

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  3. Yoda says:

    Be careful what women wish for they should.
    Men not beholden to them unpredictable they are

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  4. Yoda says:

    At least women in the phot know what vowels are.
    Used the word “lxquor” they did not

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  5. Yoda says:

    Clueless the establishment would be,

    This is an interesting article.

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/the-fix/wp/2015/10/26/3-sentences-that-explain-just-how-clueless-establishment-republicans-are-about-2016/

    It’s obvious that the author can’t figure out what the problems are. How clueless to not see what’s happening to the country and the effect that that’s having on most people. It has to be Washington clueless.

    Back in the day Star Trek had his episode about the cloud people and the ground people.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Cloud_Minders

    This dichotomy didn’t exist when Star Trek was being shown for the first time back in the 1960’s. Even in the creative and government areas of society there were enough well grounded people to keep things from going completely off the wall. Well that’s changed. See the Whole foods crowd for an example.

    http://www.realclear.com/funny/2015/10/30/reasons_to_never_step_inside_a_whole_foods_again_12295.html

    The typical Whole Food customer has no real contact with the people who work so hard to get that food to the store. They are insulated from their concerns . For the typical Whole Food customer, a terrible event is if their kid doesn’t get into the right school or the painters screw up the decorating before a party. The Whole Fooders just don’t get down far enough on Maslow’s pyramid to even begin to understand the consequences of the policies that they inflict on the rest of us.

    Listening to then news channels or just regular TV and some other media you get the feeling that these people have no understanding about the things that are happening out in the middle of the country outside the enclaves of the cloud people. They can’t seem to connect with the fact that people are really hurting out there where the work that sustains everybody gets done. Ergo Trump.

    https://theartsmechanical.wordpress.com/2016/03/11/cloud-people-and-ground-people/

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  6. Yoda says:

    Then we will go back to our normal, sexually active lives

    Wonder about the “normal sexually active” part I do

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  7. Yoda says:

    A misprint they did make.
    “Yoga” “Yoda” it should be

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  8. Yoda says:

    Also add that “Ask me how” included it should have been

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  9. Choicy says:

    I’m just waiting for Trump to fall into the trap of “appealing to women” that Cillo talked about somewhere. The best way for Trump to be more popular than ever would be for him to NOT FIND WAYS TO APPEAL TO WOMEN. If he tries to appeal to women his popularity will slump. He will sink into PC, mark me. Fuck appealing to women.

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  10. Yoda says:

    If being alpha to women Trump does desire,
    effectively ignore them he will

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  11. The chances of the legs of the gals this effort is aimed at of looking like that are…. Slim!

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  12. Choicy says:

    These people have a herd of roos loose in the top paddock, Farm Boy. When men for example Cillo or myself want sex we go to town and sex comes our way. They are likelier to ask us “do you want a girlfriend?” than “who do you vote for?” That’s the way it is, and a bunch of dizzy bitches crossing their legs makes as much difference as a chocolate fireguard to the way things work with the ladies in town.

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  13. Choicy says:

    BTW finding ways to appeal to them has nothing to do with it either. Zilch nada nixt. Not even Bryll Cream my mates.

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  14. Choicy says:

    Hahahaha! Well siad Bloom.

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  15. Choicy says:

    I have a very important job to do now my mates, which is flying to town to pick up my mates from the land of the long white cloud. I’m as happy as a fox in a chook house. It’s hard to resist a cold can of Fosters, I tell you. For your company as always I am grateful my mates, but it’s exit time for this digger.

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  16. Yoda says:

    Bernie’s Commies attack Trump supporters at a Trump rally they do,

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  17. Yoda says:

    Chicago community activist Quo Vadis said hundreds of protesters had positioned themselves in groups around the arena, and that they intend to demonstrate right after Trump takes the stage. Their goal, he said, is “for Donald to take the stage and to completely interrupt him. The plan is to shut Donald Trump all the way down.”

    This is beyond bad dudeism. The left is attempting to “shut all the way down” the leading contender for the presidential nomination of one of our two major political parties. If the left has its way, Trump will not be able to speak in public. He will have to run the modern equivalent of a front-porch campaign.

    With no sense of irony, the protesters, having successfully shut Trump down, chanted “this is what democracy looks like.” Many of them also chanted “Bernie,” suggesting that they really mean “this is what Democratic Socialism looks like.” In so, they probably aren’t wrong.

    http://www.powerlineblog.com/archives/2016/03/leftist-mob-forces-cancellation-of-trump-rally.php

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  18. Wow that’s disturbing! That they would think that’s ok, I mean. What’s next? Burning him on a stake?

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  19. Dragonfly says:

    LOL this is crazy! I’ve never understood why women use sex to manipulate… I guess it must work sometimes, but this is going to backfire. The men that are voting for Trump are not going to be manipulated by loss of sex, pretty sure they’ll find someone new.

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  20. Good point dragonfly, probably not simpering men who are the ones behind Trump! Shows how deluded some women are!

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  21. Dragonfly says:

    Yes, Bloom, got the response from my husband when I showed him the picture that the men will just find someone else or go to a strip club.

    It must be a common thing… this manipulating using sex. He actually surprised me a couple days ago and thanked me for never doing that. It was actually really sweet (I’m sappy). He had seen an a short clip on FB where the long-term relationship girl got her guy to do something he didn’t want to do by offering him sex. …. :/

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  22. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Yoda,
    I read that link about Whole Foods. It brought back bad memories of working in retail in California. Whole Foods is going to be challenged because I can’t see how their workers can maintain their sanity in the face of that for forty hours a week. I am not kidding, it is poisonous.

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  23. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Yoda,
    That is the first time that I have heard of a political speech shut down. That i happened to the front running canidiadte is a real shock. They got away with this once. That is all they get.
    While they claim that they are for Bernke, I don’t think Bernie approves of this.

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  24. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Getting back to the original post, if women want to make this presidential campaign about gender, fine. What they are fighting is a political tide away from liberalism and feminism. We have had a President owned by feminists for the last eight years. How has that worked out for us?
    If it comes down to Hillary and Donald it will be about gender. Hillary can claim single women but, that is only twenty three percent of the vote. To add to that, a lot of women don’t like her.

    The women that want to with hold sex can go to the store and buy batteries. I don’t want to buy them dinner and a movie.

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  25. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Women in tech? How no to hold a soldering iron.
    https://goodbyeamericainaphoto.wordpress.com/2016/03/11/feel-the-grrlpower-heat/

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  26. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I just saw Mister Metokur’s video. It looks as if Michelle Fields is going to sink the concept of “listen and believe”.

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  27. Tarnished says:

    Women in tech? How not to hold a soldering iron.

    Yeah, that picture is pure stupidity, Fuzzie. The iron is obviously not plugged in…her hand would be seared like a frickin steak. I’m not in “tech”, and I’m not an engineer by any means, but I at least know how to solder Gameboy batteries. The least they could’ve done prior to snapping this pic would be to watch a YouTube video or just ask someone who uses soldering tools.

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  28. Tarnished says:

    Women have leverage and they use it.

    If she is immoral, yes.
    If she is not, then no leverage will be used. After all, a woman would not desire to be with a man who uses his strengths against her…so why should the opposite be allowed?

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  29. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    “Women have leverage and they use it.”
    To expand on what Tarn said, if a woman make sex transactional or conditional, tun auay. Run very fast!
    The people promoting this are presuming that it is normal for sex to be conditional. If that is the case, as much as it pains me to say it, “normal” women have to be avoided. Celibacy may be a refuge.

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  30. Tarnished says:

    He had seen an a short clip on FB where the long-term relationship girl got her guy to do something he didn’t want to do by offering him sex.

    Eww. I’d be absolutely insulted and more than a little revolted if my guy tried to use sex as a bargaining chip against me. How do these people live with themselves after doing so?

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  31. Tarnished says:

    To expand on what Tarn said, if a woman tries to make sex transactional or conditional, run away. Run very fast!

    Excellent advice, Fuzzie.
    Sex is only conditional when it comes to matters of health (obviously you wouldn’t want sex with your partner if they’ve got the stomach flu or are recuperating from surgery). Likewise, the only “transaction” taking place should be the back and forth exchange of pleasure. Anything else opens up the relationship for manipulation.

    Anyway, our D&D game is over now, so I’ll be driving back home. Ta, all.

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  32. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Tarn,
    The girl that posted that on facebook was proud of manipulating her long term partner with sex. However, posing on facebook, while it winns points with her gal-pals, putsit out there where he can see it. Tht’s rubbing his nose in it. She should card but, Iguess that she doesn’t.

    Sandman has a new video about online dating. Something tells me that the industry has a lot a of pull. His last one on Online Dating was deleted by youtube.

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  33. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Spawny Get,
    I saw that earlier. In it, he lays out a lot of reasons why it is better to be single. To be married, men do give up a lot.

    This business in Chicago is worrisome. I know the SJWs hate Donald Trump but, they are going to take this to a very ugly place. It could mean that they are despeate..

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  34. Liz says:

    Her: “I won’t have sex with you if you’re voting for Trump”
    Him: “Sure thing, baby. I’m not voting for Trump. How’s about something a little special?”
    Her: “Oh yeah….”
    (frim/fram)
    Him, next day: Goes to the voting booth. Votes for Trump.
    Sure is hard to fool a girl.

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  35. This is interesting, apparently Trump’s pro “Made in America” rhetoric is already influencing biz? http://www.usatoday.com/story/travel/hotels/2016/03/10/marriott-towel-off-us-cloth/81542452/

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  36. Liz says:

    That’s awesome Bloom!
    I didn’t know we even had any looms for making fabric left in the USA.

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  37. Yoda says:

    Here is what the hxstery people want they do,

    . But their existing demands show how well-intentioned students in an ideological bubble can rally around measures that would destroy their institution. This is especially so when their agenda is thick with ideology and bereft of fact-finding or empiricism. They evince very little understanding of the fences they want to tear down.

    * * *

    The student activist demands are posted here.

    They call for a new “College of Power and Liberation” to teach social justice ideology, enough funding to hire 10 tenure-track faculty members, and activist “decision-making power over the hiring of faculty,” guaranteeing viewpoint discrimination.

    The activists call on administrators to construct a brand-new building for the college; to build and fully staff a new library to serve its students; to create work study positions for at least 20 percent of the new college’s students; and a $50,000 “opening event” that will bring together “eminent scholars from the interdisciplinary fields that have grown out of social-justice movements, marking the beginning of the momentous history of the College of Power and Liberation and the reemergence of a serious commitment to Ethnic and Gender studies on Western’s campus.”

    Despite their call for tens of millions of dollars in new outlays in the near future, no information is presented about the effect that these changes would have on tuition; nor about how many present or future students––including students from historically marginalized groups––would enroll in such a college or major in its subject areas. Would the new college best meet the needs of disadvantaged students? Or would it most benefit students, including white students from wealthy backgrounds, who want to pursue collegiate majors inflected with social-justice ideology?

    The Committee for Social Transformation would also control a new dorm, reviewing applications and deciding who could live there. The likely result would be the ideological segregation of students, undermining the intellectual diversity that is a core benefit of residential life.

    The petition goes on to call for $45,000 annually to compensate “students and faculty doing de-colonial work on campus” and the creation of a 15-member student panel, dubbed the Office for Social Transformation, “to monitor, document, and archive all racist, anti-black, transphobic, cissexist, misogynistic, ablest, homophobic, Islamophobic, xenophobic, anti-semitic, and otherwise oppressive behavior.” This panel would have the power to investigate and discipline students and faculty members and to fire even tenured faculty members.

    “We demand the recognition of an unsafe classroom environment due to the oppressive behaviors articulated above as a severe offense,” the petition states, “and a justifiable cause for an investigation of tenured faculty that could lead to discharge.” It is difficult to imagine Western Washington University attracting high-quality hires, or maintaining a classroom environment conducive to free inquiry or vital discussions about race, so long as a student panel could revoke tenure for thought-crimes.

    http://www.theatlantic.com/politics/archive/2016/03/self-defeating-radicalism-at-western-washington-university/473316/

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  38. Yoda says:

    Hillary not allowed to be gracious she is,

    liberals lashed out at Hillary Clinton for saying kind things about Nancy Reagan at the former first lady’s funeral today, particularly about how Reagan drew attention to the 1980s AIDS crisis.

    Ron Reagan Jr., who was a ballet dancer during that time and saw colleagues stricken by the deadly virus, has said that Nancy helped drive home to President Reagan that the crisis was more widespread than perhaps his advisers were reporting. Additionally, the death of friend and actor Rock Hudson made the crisis more than an “abstract” as Nancy pressed her husband to channel more into AIDS research.

    Clinton attended the Simi Valley, Calif., funeral in a first ladies’ delegation of Michelle Obama, Laura Bush and Rosalynn Carter. President George W. Bush attended in the place of his mother, 90-year-old Barbara Bush. President Clinton was campaigning in Illinois on his wife’s behalf.

    At the Reagan Presidential Library, Clinton told MSNBC that she and Nancy Reagan “had occasion as first ladies, both present and former, to be involved in promoting good causes, to see one another on occasion.”

    “And, you know, I think that she had not only an incredible relationship with her husband and supported him in every way, but she had a lot of courage and grit. Her grace and strength after the attempted assassination was extraordinary,” Clinton said. “And the work that she did in later years on Alzheimer’s, standing up for research and pushing the agenda forward, is something that I deeply respect.”

    https://pjmedia.com/news-and-politics/2016/03/11/hillary-lambasted-apologizes-for-praising-nancy-reagans-aids-advocacy/

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  39. Yoda says:

    Wonder how world would be if men desired the flesh half of what they do…

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  40. Yoda says:

    Interesting thought experiment I did state.

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  41. Tarnished says:

    Wonder how world would be if men desired the flesh half of what they do

    They’d have the same libidos as 98% of women…Or maybe it’d still be more than the typical woman? I remain unsure how some parts of average female desire works, honestly.

    Would men be more motivated to be creative, or less?
    Would greater philosophical, artistic, and technological advances be ours today, or fewer?
    It’s probably a more layered and individualistic question than it might appear on the surface…

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  42. Yoda says:

    Perhaps much of evil patriarchy was about compensating for the weakness for the flesh it was

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  43. Yoda says:

    Time to pile on Ghostbusters more it is,

    Comedy is hard. Comedy that translates to a global audience is harder still. Hollywood, in their endless search for a joke that even lost Amazonian tribesmen will get, seems pretty content to play it safe in this trailer, which is a poor omen for the movie. The original Ghostbusters, though it certainly had its clever moments, relied heavily on the charisma of a great cast to knowingly wink their way through a goofball plot while (and this is the important bit) not being ironic or patronising. They were snarky sure, but they were sincere. Thirty years on it may seem like a no-brainer, but that’s a difficult comedic line to tread.

    The trailer for the new Ghostbusters movie doesn’t seem interested in winking at the audience so much as reaching through the screen and moving the audience’s mouth up and down while making ha ha noises. With a whole comedy movie to choose from, this trailer decided to deliver us such a timeworn classics as “Aw, heeyll no!” and “That’s gonna leave a mark!”. They even go as far as to lift a scene directly from Young Frankenstein and make it the star joke of the trailer.

    http://www.caverns-and-creatures.com/blog/2016/3/5/why-the-new-ghostbusters-trailer-sucks-ectoplasmic-balls

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  44. Yoda says:

    Instead of “Leverage” “Cleavage” the post titled it should be.
    More titillating this would be.

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  45. Yoda says:

    Commie Bernie’s thugs,

    Protesters have a right to attend rallies held by candidates they oppose, but they have no right to disrupt them. If they do so, they should be removed, forcibly if necessary. If they hit someone, they should be hit back–twice as hard, as a notable American once said.

    As Paul noted earlier, Trump’s rally in Chicago was postponed due to a threat of violence by pro-Bernie Sanders protesters and other assorted lefties. Actual violence seems to have been minimal, and canceling the rally may have been an excess of caution. Still, knowing how Trump’s left-wing opponents have behaved, it may have been prudent.

    Weirdly, in my view, many critics have blamed Trump for the violent and disruptive antics of the extremists who have infiltrated his rallies. See, e.g., Ruth Marcus in the Washington Post. MSNBC applauded the borderline violent demonstration that shut down Trump’s Chicago event, and Chris Matthews and his guests suggested that Trump had it coming. Even Ted Cruz laid blame at Trump’s feet for the fact that scuffles have broken out at his rallies.

    Blaming Trump for inflammatory rhetoric would make sense if his followers were roaming the streets attacking passers-by, or infiltrating Clinton and Sanders rallies and attacking Democrats. But they aren’t. Not a single such instance has occurred. On the contrary, every violent or disruptive event has involved people associated with the Democratic Party trying to prevent Trump from being heard. Whose inflammatory rhetoric has inspired them? Certainly not Trump’s. The brownshirts are all on the left, as usual.

    Leftists are the instigators here, and they deserve unqualified condemnation. There is no excuse for trying to shut down a speech by a politician with whom you disagree. None. And it is shameful that many liberals, and even a few conservatives, have seized the opportunity to blame anti-Trump excesses on Trump.

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  46. Yoda says:

    Hard not to like this it is,

    Trump berated and ridiculed the disruptive protesters from the stage, as well he should:

    “They’re allowed to get up and interrupt us horribly and we have to be very, very gentle,” Trump said in response to one of the interruptions. “They can swing and hit people, but if we hit them back, it’s a terrible, terrible thing, right?”

    He panned the protesters as weak “troublemakers,” ordered them to “go home to mommy” or “go home and get a job” because “they contribute nothing.”

    http://www.powerlineblog.com/archives/2016/03/for-once-i-am-on-trumps-side.php

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  47. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    The first thing that i see on my home page is that Trump was nearly attacked in Dayton OH. These people hate beyond all reason and fervently.

    Someone, somewhere, made the observation that the “patriarchy” is code for societal restriction on women. Those restrictions were put in place to keep worse things from happening.

    I don’t think that Nancy Reagan would have thought well of Hillary. Hillary should have just kept her mouth shut. Nancy Reagan would, as did the rest of the First Ladies.

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  48. blurkel says:

    Dragonfly says:
    12 March, 2016 at 5:21 am

    He had seen an a short clip on FB where the long-term relationship girl got her guy to do something he didn’t want to do by offering him sex.

    This is the norm for the women I’ve known since I was in high school, back before dirt was as common as it now is. It only takes a few failures to deliver as promised for this tactic to not work anymore – until a new woman enters the scene.

    fuzziewuzziebear says:
    12 March, 2016 at 6:11 am

    The women that want to with hold sex can go to the store and buy batteries. I don’t want to buy them dinner and a movie.

    Hear, hear, Brother Bear! They can pay their own rent as well!

    Tarnished says:
    12 March, 2016 at 7:30 am

    After all, a woman would not desire to be with a man who uses his strengths against her…so why should the opposite be allowed?

    Come now, Tarn! Just because you are gender dysphoric doesn’t mean you are blind to Rule #1: Women can do or say anything they want to to achieve their goals and desires no matter how many men are harmed in the production. Certainly you’ve seen this behavior in the women you know.

    fuzziewuzziebear says:
    12 March, 2016 at 7:45 am

    The people promoting this are presuming that it is normal for sex to be conditional. If that is the case, as much as it pains me to say it, “normal” women have to be avoided. Celibacy may be a refuge.

    This is what I aim to teach young men of the world, if I may be so bold.

    Tarnished says:
    12 March, 2016 at 7:53 am

    Eww. I’d be absolutely insulted and more than a little revolted if my guy tried to use sex as a bargaining chip against me. How do these people live with themselves after doing so?

    See Rule #1 above. The end result ALWAYS justifies the means of achieving it, provided the achiever is feminine.

    Yoda says:
    12 March, 2016 at 4:08 pm

    Wonder how world would be if men desired the flesh half of what they do…

    There would be many more happy men and far more Boston Marriages.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Boston_marriage

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  49. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Getting back to the opriginal post, the women who would threaten to withhold sex have to already be doing it. How potent is a threat to do more of the same?

    Upthread, Yoda alluded to what the world would be like if women couldn’t leverage the male sex drive. The answer is very much different. It seems that feminism has aggrivated this.

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  50. Yoda says:

    As for what Hillary done she should have,
    Bake cookies she should have.
    If done so, the world a better place it would be

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  51. Mrs. Yoda says:

    Agree with Yoda about Hillary I do.

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  52. Spawny Get says:

    So, Boston marriage complete with lesbian bed death and increased domestic violence.

    What happens when three guys decide to have fun?

    They’re making the new series with a loud mouthed, obnoxious ginger tosser, an American actor, a German woman and a couple of black guys.
    http://www.dailyrecord.co.uk/entertainment/tv-radio/chris-evans-team-player-bbc-7465465#wkCt6KfpxmIxrLhP.97
    So there’s your diversity covered. This is going to go Ghostbusters. Gangbusters…? Nope, right the first time.

    The original team are off to Amazon.
    http://www.getsurrey.co.uk/whats-on/whats-on-news/top-gears-former-presenters-souped-10991222

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  53. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Hillary really did say that.

    I wish that she had stayed home and baked cookies too.

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  54. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    “So, Boston marriage complete with lesbian bed death and increased domestic violence.”
    Yes, a lifestyle must be provided to women that allows them to live well without men.

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  55. Spawny Get says:

    It’s just the right thing to do, Fuzzie.

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  56. Yoda says:

    Hope Patriarch talking about “baking cookies” he is with respect to “right thing to do”

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  57. Yoda says:

    False rape accusations

    Jay Cheshire was cleared of rape in June. Allegations made against the 17-year old were withdrawn by the complainant just weeks after being filed, resulting in the investigation being closed. Yet, two weeks after the teenager was acquitted of the charge – and with his adult life still ahead of him – Jay was discovered hanging from a tree in his local park.

    According to coroner Grahame Short, Jay was a sensitive young man who had “found it difficult to cope with the police investigation” – a conclusion reiterated by the boy’s mum, Karin, who said of the accuser: “She accused him of rape and said he was a sexual offender. He was absolutely distraught.”

    Jay Cheshire took his own life earlier this year after being falsely accused of rape
    Jay Cheshire took his own life earlier this year after being falsely accused of rape Facebook

    To prosecute an individual for rape – or indeed sexual harassment of any type – is notoriously difficult. However, since the tragic events surrounding the death of Jay Cheshire, those opposed to the current laws and practices concerning sexual harassment have become increasingly active in voicing their criticism of the system.

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/men/thinking-man/11912748/Guilty-until-proven-innocent-life-after-a-false-rape-accusation.html

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  58. Spawny Get says:

    Quick! While Cill, Choicy and the gang are busy glugging tinnies

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  59. Spawny Get says:

    I meant leave the harpies to each other…

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  60. Yoda says:

    Here the Patriach dancing like a ‘roo he is

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  61. Spawny Get says:

    Not dancing, just watching Josey Wales.

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  62. BuenaVista says:

    Choicy, I take it you can land on any unoccupied road out there? What’s your aircraft?

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  63. Spawny Get says:

    Your media is making al ja beeb ah look like honest truthtellers right now. Quite a feat. Well done.

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  64. Spawny Get says:

    I think you’re best off just Berning it all down to the ground and starting again. They’re all a disgrace.

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  65. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Spawny Get,
    Good link. To answer Bearing’s question, a bank that believes in the wage gap myth should not have depositors or investors.

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  66. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Spawny Get,
    I find it difficult to believe that the media and Trump’s ooponents are giving these guysa pass. His ooponent have to realize that they are next.

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  67. Spawny Get says:

    You’d think, Fuzzie, you’d think.

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  68. Yoda says:

    Unpredictable this is,

    Still, it is doubtful the Left has actually shut the Donald down. They’ve most likely supercharged him. Saul Alinsky taught his disciples that confrontation — of precisely the kind that just transpired in Chicago — radicalized people far more efficiently than speeches, and exhorted organizers to seek every opportunity, not to “get along”, but to let it all hang out. By that standard the Trump supporters have been given a master class in radicalization. Because the rally has merely been postponed or relocated, it’s better than even odds that tonight’s fireworks will attract as many people for the rematch as it repels.

    “If you build it, they will come,” goes the line in movie Field of Dreams. In this case, who built what keeps ’em coming. President Obama recently told CBS that he didn’t create Donald Trump and assigned the blame to the Republican Party. But then he also said he didn’t cause the “s**t show” in Libya or Syria: David Cameron did.

    The plain fact is that something keeps them coming. To the last rally and probably to the next rally. It may be that not even Trump himself packs them in, but something beyond himself which he for whatever reason channels.

    https://pjmedia.com/richardfernandez/2016/03/12/chicago/?singlepage=true

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  69. Yoda says:

    The record straight I shall set.
    Support Cruz in the Degoba Caucus I did

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  70. Spawny Get says:

    It strikes me that what the GOPe is using on Trump is just the sort of thing that the dems can use on them. Then it’s a competition as to who can throw the most dollars to mollify the minorities…the dems are the only winners of that (until the money well dries up, then everyone loses)

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  71. Tarnished says:

    Come now, Tarn! Just because you are gender dysphoric doesn’t mean you are blind to Rule #1: Women can do or say anything they want to to achieve their goals and desires no matter how many men are harmed in the production. Certainly you’ve seen this behavior in the women you know.

    I have indeed, brother Blurkel. On more than a few occasions, as a matter of fact. My statement was more of a How It Should Be type though, not even remotely a How It Is.

    See Rule #1 above. The end result ALWAYS justifies the means of achieving it, provided the achiever is feminine.

    *shakes head*
    Great, just what we need:
    Machiavellian feminists. Sorry, but I’m not a believer in the ends justifying the means in most instances. The steps taken to react a solution/conclusion are just as important as the end result.

    The women that want to with hold sex can go to the store and buy batteries. I don’t want to buy them dinner and a movie.

    Hear, hear, Brother Bear! They can pay their own rent as well!

    Interestingly, today I not only sent out my bill payments for the month and treated my guy to a movie…but I also bought some AA batteries. 😉

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  72. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Remote control?

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  73. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I am hoping that what happened in Chicago is aq one shot. I have never heard a venue for a candidate for President being shut down by a mob. It will take some sand but, the authorities will have to arrest and haul them off the next time. Who knows how many laws they are breaking but, they are messing with the right to free asssembly.

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  74. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Tarn,
    What you see as “how it should be” is how it should be. Short of that, it is bad behavior.

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  75. Tarnished says:

    What you see as “how it should be” is how it should be. Short of that, it is bad behavior.

    Yup. And like yourself, I believe that women…just like men…have the ability to decide what actions they take, and understand what the consequences (both good and bad) will be. The issue is not that women are mentally childlike but rather that there are too many safeguards for immoral female behaviors.

    Remote control?

    …sure. We can call it that. It is used for turning things on. 😈

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  76. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Tarn,
    Attributing agency to women does get me in trouble in this corner of the internet. What gets to me is that modern women have regressed in that area. Maybe it’s the avoidance of respnsibility.

    I wish that your FwB lived across town.

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  77. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I had hoped that Paul Nungesser would get a big payday from this suit. That would sloe down universities that would see dur process and civil rights trampled. While I don’t know the finer points of law, the message seems to be that the judicary is giving a green light to universities to run rughshod over men.

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  78. Tarnished says:

    Attributing agency to women does get me in trouble in this corner of the internet.

    Same here, though it’s really weird when I’m told *I* therefore don’t have agency. Ummm, yeah…I most assuredly do. Lack of agency (or autonomy, since that’s what we’re really talking about) is not a sex-linked trait. It’s something to be spoken of in sociological and philosophical terms, not biological ones.

    What gets to me is that modern women have regressed in that area. Maybe it’s the avoidance of responsibility.

    I’m of the belief that you can’t avoid what is not given. This doesn’t mean women have *no* responsibility, but they do have a much larger “safety net” in our society than men, and for some this translates into juvenile or even immoral behaviors. If you know doing X is beneficial to you, and illegal and/or unethical *but* there is a low risk of getting severely punished (or punished at all) for carrying out X…would you do it? Those with low moral standards would, those with high moral standards would not. Unfortunately, teaching and upholding praiseworthy behaviors seems to have been placed fairly low on the priorities list nowadays.

    There is also the sociological concept of reflexivity. A person with high reflexivity is capable of self-mediation/examination and carving out their own niche, which reflects their individual preferences, discernments, and norms. Likewise, a person with low reflexivity will be a follower of trends, and will be largely shaped by their group/environment. Some people have naturally high levels of this trait, and others are nutured to consciously grow it. A good example of this would be Cill’s family.

    I wish that your FwB lived across town.

    Yeah, me too. :/

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  79. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Off topic but a subject we talk about a lot looked at from different perspective.

    I found this linked in its own post over at AVfM. Could it be a peace offering to MGTOWs?

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  80. SFC Ton says:

    Riddle me this Batman…. if women have moral agency, why has feminism failed? Not just in the here and now but all its various attempts in all it various forms throughout the ages?

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  81. David Foster says:

    FWB…”I am hoping that what happened in Chicago is aq one shot. I have never heard a venue for a candidate for President being shut down by a mob”

    I am afraid that there will be more of this. Over the last two decades, the tactics of political intimidation has been tolerated in American universities…while administrators and some professors have eagerly encouraged the belief that people shouldn’t have to put up with anything that ‘offends’ them. This spirit of intolerance has predictably spread from academia into the larger society.

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  82. Yoda says:

    Twenty three years old I am not.
    Perhaps wait a few years before speaking these people should

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  83. Tarnished says:

    Riddle me this Batman…if women have moral agency, why has feminism failed?

    Feminism fails in spite of individual women with moral agency because it is an ideology supporting the female half of the population and human nature is inherently selfish.

    Feminism gives Group Woman all the rights, privileges, and otherwise good things that Group Man gets under Patriarchy but then purposefully neglects to also give Group Woman any of the responsibilities, detriments, and disadvantages that Group Man had to put up with to gain those perks in the first place.

    Instead they rely on cheap tactics like affirmative action, historical revisions, wholesale denouncement of Group Man, and blatant propaganda to prop Group Woman up as some long-suffering martyr who has only recently broken free. All in the name of a bastardized “equality” which leaves Group Man out to dry.

    Thus when society as a whole is taught their moral agency via feminist doctrine from a young age, is it any wonder why the majority of women and a decent portion of men uphold said failing system? It is all they know! Only those who have higher levels of social reflexivity and are predisposed towards independent thought take the time to meditate on what is really happening…in this case, how Orwellian it ultimately is to use equality of outcome instead of equality of opportunity to run civilization.

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  84. SFC Ton says:

    That does not address why it has failed through out history and if women had moral agency in larger numbers, wouldn’t larger numbers of them reject the team woman vs team men thing?

    Your position doesn’t hold up to any sort of inspection

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  85. Yoda says:

    Democrats really fear Trump. They know he heads a true populist movement. He is growing a huge following, which threatens the system of billionaires buying off millionaire politicians. This is not about party labels or liberalism and conservatism. This is about preserving those do-nothing jobs and influence in Washington. The Establishment fired a warning shot on Friday.

    http://donsurber.blogspot.com/2016/03/law-and-order-is-not-just-tv-show.html

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  86. Yoda says:

    The snow across the northern USA recently melted it did.
    Wonder if male or female the snow was.

    Probably male it was
    As nobody cares about a white male’s demise

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  87. Tarnished says:

    …if women had moral agency in larger numbers

    I don’t think women have moral agency in larger numbers than men or in general, though. In fact, I don’t think most people of either sex have significant amounts of good/worthwhile moral agency today…or if they do, they don’t make use of it. Like I said above, humanity is generally selfish. It is individuals who are moral, not the masses. Just go to YouTube and watch ABC’s What Would You Do social experiments, for example. The sheer number of men and women who ignore those in obvious need before the rare person stops to help is downright depressive.

    wouldn’t larger numbers of them reject the team woman vs team men thing?

    Pfft. Are you serious? Of course not.

    Ton, you know how many times we’ve reiterated on this blog alone the fact that women💢 are more predisposed towards group mentality than men are. If the overall consensus in society is that Feminism = Good and women see that it benefits them by giving rights without prerequisite responsibilities, why on earth would they reject it? Even the women who don’t call themselves Feminists profit from this system, and so many do nothing to change it, much less question it. And I’m sure you recall that those female anti-feminist groups aren’t pro equality either…they just want men to get back on the farm, tradcon style.

    Given these factors, it is borderline miraculous that any women are pro-MGTOW or egalitarian at all.

    💢NAWALT, but EWALT

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  88. Spawny Get says:

    Spring has sprung in Patriarchshire (for now at least) and I’m off to the pub for my Sunday dinner. Beautiful blue sky. No clouds. Sun still in the sky at 17:30, England is beautiful.

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  89. Spawny Get says:

    Both the Replicrats and Democlicans ought to fear people saying that if their favourite Trump or Sanders doesn’t get the nomination, they’ll vote for the other Sanders or Trump. People are, I hope, starting the reject the ‘vote for our shit sandwich because it’s smaller than their shit sandwich’. How about we stop voting for shit sandwichs???

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  90. Tarnished says:

    Spring has sprung in Patriarchshire (for now at least) and I’m off to the pub for my Sunday dinner.

    Sounds awesome, Spawny. Meeting anyone there, or enjoying a solo meal?

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  91. Spawny Get says:

    The landlord is pretty friendly. Mr and Mrs San Miguel are most welcoming

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  92. Farm Boy says:

    People are, I hope, starting the reject the ‘vote for our shit sandwich because it’s smaller than their shit sandwich’. How about we stop voting for shit sandwichs???

    England invented the sammich. Did it also invent the shit-sammich?

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  93. Yoda says:

    Exit polls suggest significant success for the populist right-wing AfD in three key state elections. Chancellor Merkel’s CDU saw losses in two out of three states, which have been attributed to her refugee policies

    http://m.dw.com/en/german-state-elections-success-for-right-wing-afd-losses-for-merkels-cdu/a-19113604

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  94. Spawny Get says:

    Shit-sammich aka Teh Labour Party. A bit unfair, I suppose, they were at least relevant > 100 years ago. Now it’s The Welfare Class Party effectively.

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  95. Yoda says:

    A large difference between this and slut-walks there is

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  96. Liz says:

    “A large difference between this and slut-walks there is”

    In outfit, yes.
    In attitude, no.

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  97. Yoda says:

    Donald Trump isn’t the only billionaire in the eye of a seemingly treacherous Florida hurricane that threatens to destroy us all or at least change our world as we know it. Three others — one or more of them far richer than Trump — are singing “Bye, bye, Miss American Pie.” Only it’s not a Chevy they are taking to the levee. It’s a Tesla.

    They are Peter B. Lewis of Progressive Corp., Linda Pritzker of Hyatt Hotels, and, of course, George Soros of practically everything. These three billionaires are the principal backers of MoveOn.Org, an organization whose devotion to our constitutional republic, specifically its First Amendment, is somewhere between suspect and non-existent. It is MoveOn that has instigated many of the demonstrations against Trump and may be inspiring “lone wolves,” one of whom may sooner or later do what “lone wolves” are prone to do.

    These supporting billionaires are fueled by a moral narcissism that knows no bounds, so convinced are they that they are “right” on practically everything. They have enabled the (most often) young people at MoveOn who undoubtedly believe that they too are “right” and have the “right” to suppress the speech of those with whom they disagree. They behave as if they think it their noble duty. This is the not-so-royal road to totalitarianism and is the tragic consequence of the miseducation of our young for which those billionaires are also, in part, culpable.

    https://pjmedia.com/diaryofamadvoter/2016/03/13/billionaires-battle-for-americas-soul/

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  98. Farm Boy says:

    Trump’s support is also concentrated in counties with high levels of unemployment, high numbers of voters with a high school diploma and nothing more, and low housing values. These are the people that globalization left behind, who fifty years ago would have had decent paying jobs in factories or even performing manual labor, and who could hope that their children would have the same. Instead they see their towns characterized by vacant buildings, drug problems, and government dependence.

    But it goes well beyond economic issues. What drives this quest for “authentic” candidates is also cultural. I would ask my readers to consider: How many people who staunchly oppose gay marriage do you know? How many people who are “pure” creationists – who believe that God created the world largely “as-is” – are in your circle of friends?

    I would guess that for a large number of readers, the answer is quite close to “none.” Yet these are not obscure viewpoints; in fact, the “pure” evolutionary viewpoint is a minority view in America. The odds of having no one with these views in your circle of friends are, literally, astronomically small. We’ve self-segregated as a society, and people who adhere to what we might call a cosmopolitan worldview or morality system increasingly fail to interact with people who view the world differently. As a result, cultural traditionalists have been otherized.

    Cosmopolitans also happen to occupy the commanding heights of American culture, and they’ve become increasingly aggressive in promoting what one of my friends called a “sneering disdain” for traditionalists—an attitude I myself sometimes struggle to keep in check. So it is unsurprising that when the RAND Corporation recently polled candidates’ supporters, “people like me don’t have any say” was the strongest indicator of support for Trump, beyond education, beyond income, and beyond antipathy toward Muslims and Hispanics.

    To bring this back around to populism, when people see the genteel politician in a crisp suit talking about the long term economic benefits of immigration and trade, they look around their neighborhoods and see a detachment from reality. They also – and I would say this is of equal importance – see someone who likely looks down his nose at them and believes he is better than them.

    So when people look at Donald Trump or Bernie Sanders, with their heavy accents and awkward hairstyles, they see themselves (sure Donald Trump was born wealthy, but he has a distinct nouveau riche affect; he can hardly be described as patrician). And when people mock them for their hair or their straightforward manner of speech, it channels every cultural slight these voters have faced in the past decade. Sadly, this is unlikely to get better before it gets worse; this growing cultural divide shows no signs of abating.

    http://www.cato-unbound.org/2016/03/11/sean-trende/perils-promise-authenticity

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  99. SFC Ton says:

    Women do not reject team woman etc because they lack the moral capacity to understand the harm they do, all they see is the power and the feelz and what not and they lack the capacity to but others above themselves in any meaningful way

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  100. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    SFC Ton,
    Women have agency. That our society does not hold them accountable or responsible is the product of feminism and gynocentrism. Women are capable of doing the moral thing. If they don’t, it is because they choose not to.
    I think you may have difficulty in allowing women to be responsible for their actions. If you saw them as responsible, you would have to chalk up the evil that they do to their account.

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  101. Farm Boy says:

    Women do not reject team woman etc because they lack the moral capacity to understand the harm they do, all they see is the power and the feelz and what not

    It is difficult to argue with this

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  102. Farm Boy says:

    A new post there is.

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  103. Tarnished says:

    Women do not reject team woman etc because they lack the moral capacity to understand the harm they do, all they see is the power and the feelz and what not and they lack the capacity to put others above themselves in any meaningful way

    Incorrect. While this may be true for those with very low intelligence, it is just as true for males with low IQs. Ton, you are smarter than this. Do not allow the women in your life to manipulate you with coyish, ultra innocent behaviors and fluttering eyelashes.

    It is difficult to argue with this

    FB, it is precisely because few people argue with this that we see laws catering to adult women as though they were naughty children, and the “big bad men” in their lives forced them to commit crimes, including not only homicide and thievery, but even sex crimes. Toysoldier has post upon post with 30+ year old women getting mere slaps on the wrist for such heinous activities as running child pornography rings or forcefully sleeping with their 13 year old students…both male and female.

    The more our broken society refuses to “argue” in and out of the courtroom that women are cognitive adults who are to be held responsible for their actions, the longer female criminals will be able to actively manipulate their way out of the punishments they deserve.

    Women have agency. That our society does not hold them accountable or responsible is the product of feminism and gynocentrism.

    Yes. Women, as a whole, benefit from this form of gynocentric society. If they cannot be held responsible for their actions, for whatever BS reasons, then they have free rein while men are still wearing the bridles.

    Women are capable of doing the moral thing. If they don’t, it is because they choose not to.

    Precisely. And if they are moral and ethical people, it is likewise a conscious decision. The only good trait one might be able to argue as “automatic” is empathy, as I don’t know if such a thing can be taught. But yes, there are women who have this capability as well.

    I think you may have difficulty in allowing women to be responsible for their actions. If you saw them as responsible, you would have to chalk up the evil that they do to their account.

    As he, and every smart man, should. To deny agency and autonomy to adult women but heap it upon adult men is to keep +51% of the population in a juvenile state while forcing the other 49% to pick up the slack. This is not fair to either side.

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  104. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    There is something more. If women did not have agency, could they be trusted to look after their own children? That is as basic as it gets. That we survive as a species is evidence of this.

    Tarn,
    I have noticed a trend in jurisprudence in the last few years to not offer women as much leniency. It’s still bad. I think that it was Mike Buchanan that said that if men in the UK were prosecuted as vigorously as women it would reduce the prison population by eighty percent. Minimum sentencing requirements are causing most of the rise in femle prison population.

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  105. Farm Boy says:

    Tarn,

    I think that Ton’s statement is more about an acknowledgement of the Feminine Imperative

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  106. Farm Boy says:

    And also about not caring to do anything about it. They have the choice, and they choose wrongly

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  107. Tarnished says:

    There is something more. If women did not have agency, could they be trusted to look after their own children? That is as basic as it gets. That we survive as a species is evidence of this.

    Good point, Fuzzie.
    Of course, there are women who sacrifice their children on the alter of selfishness in various ways, be they via neglect, abuse, deliberate murder, or even just by knowingly staying with a violent man…but thankfully this is not the majority. Still far too many, but not as bad as it would be if women as a sex had no agency.

    Tarn,
    I have noticed a trend in jurisprudence in the last few years to not offer women as much leniency. It’s still bad.

    That’s only for the worst cases, Fuzzie. Any crime that doesn’t make a significant blip on the news radar still means heightened leniency towards female criminals much of the time. I’m not as politically or large news savvy as most of the other commenters here, yourself included, but that’s because I keep up more with what occurs in my local area. Which obviously means it’s difficult to talk about without giving too much away…
    But yeah, take time to read your local paper or even go down to your local open court once in a while. It might surprise you.

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  108. Tarnished says:

    I think that Ton’s statement is more about an acknowledgement of the Feminine Imperative. And also about not caring to do anything about it. They have the choice, and they choose wrongly.

    In which case, my argument still stands. The FI is not the end all-be all of how one navigates the world and interacts with others.

    Humans are animals and therefore have instincts, yes. It would be foolish to deny such a biological truth. But we also have amazing brains, and the minds that accompany them. This gives both sexes the ability to go above and beyond our basic “programs”.

    To continue to allow women to use the FI as a cop out for poor choices and bad behavior is to say more than half of our species is too dumb to not rely purely on instinct.

    And I thought *I* was the misanthrope here…

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  109. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Farm Boy,
    Do you think this is confusion between the goals of the Feminine Imperative and what women are capable of?
    I can see the FI encouraging women to get more authority and shed responsibility. Such goals lead to a vey unbalanced society. That would leave men with all the responibility and no authority. From your time in business, you have to have observes that people put in the position that I described for men do not last long and that those that are in the positons that are like what I described for women, cause a lot of damage.

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  110. Tarnished says:

    A personal anecdote:

    Both of my biological parents are clinically diagnosed as bipolar, albeit in varying levels. As such I have quite a temper on the rare occasion I get angered about something.
    When my father is angry, he punches holes in walls, rips doors off their hinges, and physically threatens those around him. When my mother is angry, she throws dishes at the ground, cries hysterically, and locks herself in her room for 3+ hours at a time.

    Growing up with this in both households and trying to shield my step-siblings from such behaviors made me realize that I never wanted to be like my parents. That even though the possibility of it was undoubtedly part of my genetic code, it didn’t have to be a part of how I acted in real life or towards others. There is always a choice, after all.

    So when I’m angry I remove myself from the situation mentally by simply stating I cannot talk about it at the moment. Then I remove myself from it physically, most usually by taking a walk. This allows my anger to dissipate safely, and for my unclouded, rational mind to resurface so the situation can be looked at and talked about from an unbiased position.

    On the incredibly rare occasion I cannot physically get away from the situation, I will forcefully box up the negative emotion side of my mind and let it be dealt with internally.

    This is a different example than that of the FI, but it is the closest I can come to in my personal experience. Just because one is predisposed to act in X manner has little bearing on whether one must act as such. Most adults have fully functional minds. They should use them.

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  111. Tarnished says:

    Do you think this is confusion between the goals of the Feminine Imperative and what women are capable of?

    That is a definite possibility.

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  112. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Jiminey Christmas, Tarn! Both parents??? Now, I understand why you got out of there at seventeen.

    Whenever someone doubts that women have agency, I think of my paternal grandmother. Her whole life refutes that.

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  113. Tarnished says:

    Whenever someone doubts that women have agency, I think of my paternal grandmother. Her whole life refutes that.

    Now I’m curious about your grandma, Fuzzie. What kind of woman was she?

    Jiminey Christmas, Tarn! Both parents??? Now, I understand why you got out of there at seventeen.

    Yeah…it didn’t matter if I was at dad/stepmother’s house or mom/stepfather’s house. The cray-cray and other stupid stuff was pretty constant. It was better to leave. Unlike what TSK said back at Bloom’s place though, I don’t think I’m broken…just a bit cracked. 😛

    Anyway, I’m off to the movies now, so everyone have a lovely time! 👍

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  114. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Tarn,
    I can’t say too much about my grandmother. She is a rare bear.

    What you went through would wreck a lot of people. That you function is a victory.

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  115. Tarnished says:

    I can’t say too much about my grandmother. She is a rare bear.

    Ah. Probably an Andean bear, then. They are very rare, illegal to hunt, only live in the Andes, and are the only bears native to S. America left.

    What you went through would wreck a lot of people. That you function is a victory.

    A lot of people have been through worse but also successfully survived and function in daily life, Fuzzie. I think it has a lot to do with having hope that things can eventually get better.

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  116. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I like that my grandmother is being speculated as to what kind of bear she was.
    About Latin American bears, I read that Mexico is reintroducing black bears to their highlands. Previously, they were hunted to extinction. Good bear news.

    I am glad for you. Parents have a lot of infulence and it is hard to recover.

    About agency, I had a stray thought. It is as if feminism has promoted women to goddesses and demoted men to slaves. The one characteristic that mortals can take from mythology is that the gods are not restrained by scruples.

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  117. SFC Ton says:

    None of that rather large wall of verbiage explains why the various forms of feminism failed long before any of us was born; woman lack the moral ablity to operate at levels above themselves

    When my grand mother was alive the full weight of patriarchy was in effect until well past her SMP prime. that’s what keeps women well behaved. That and a decent pimp hand/ strong frame/ game

    also women are horrible to children! fucking horrible. Look how many mothers break up families, kill children in the womb, commit child abuse etc. It really isn’t a good idea to trust them with the unsupervised safety of children

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  118. Yoda says:

    Back in 1997 I made a prediction in my book The Dilbert Future that seems to be coming true. It stated:

    In the future, the media will kill famous people to generate news that people will care about. – The Dilbert Future (May 1997)

    Three months later, the media chased Princess Di into a tunnel and created a dangerous situation that killed her but was terrific for television news ratings. The media didn’t plot to kill anyone, but they created a situation that made it likely someone important would die because of the way their business model works. That was the basis for my prediction.

    Fast-forward to today and we see the media priming the public to try to kill Trump, or at least create some photogenic mayhem at a public event. Again, no one is sitting in a room plotting Trump’s death, but – let’s be honest – at least half of the media believes Trump is the next Hitler, and a Hitler assassination would be morally justified. Also great for ratings. The media would not be charged with any crime for triggering some nut to act. There would be no smoking gun. No guilt. No repercussions. Just better ratings and bonuses all around. . . .

    I could go on, but you see how easy this is. The mainstream media can either portray Trump as Hitler or non-Hitler. So far, they have chosen (subconsciously I assume) the Hitler analogy all the way.

    http://blog.dilbert.com/post/140995102361/the-trump-riots-that-are-mostly-my-fault

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  119. SFC Ton says:

    To clarify my point

    matriarchal societies have never taken off

    Through out time patriarchal societies have grown soft and extend certain privileges to women which has accelerated that society’s decline in rather predictable ways. What we are experiencing with our own doomed experiment in mass female moral agency is no different then what the Romans or whoever faced when they tried it.

    If large number of women had a fully developed moral agency, one would think the experiment would work out just once and make a society stronger, more prosperous etc

    Mountains of text and oceans of words cannot side step the hard reality of female moral agency

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  120. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Yoda,
    While I hoped that a dark horse candidate would have appeared by now to unite the country, it looks like it will come down to Hillary, vx. Donald. There is one good thing to come from this. Gender, as an issue, will come to the fore.

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