Herd And Punishment

Over at RPG’s, RichardP states,

I read an article around the time that Ruth Bader Ginsburg was seated on the U.S. Supreme Court. The general theme was about her introversion and how she would likely be attacked by women. There was a statement that I wrote down but can’t find at the moment – something to the effect that men’s basic instinct is to xxx (don’t remember); women’s basic instinct is to punish.

That really grabbed me, because I instantly recognized the truth in that statement based on my experience with life up to that point.

So, that “instinct is to punish” quote is now joined by Johntheother’s recommendation that men should avoid women .

An aha moment of sorts. Previously, I’ve more or less agreed with the observations made throughout the manosphere about why Eve needs to be “ruled over” by Adam, as God said she would be. But this thought has just occurred to me:

Women are in the ascendancy, in college, in business, etc. Social media has given their voice a platform like they’ve never before had in history. And what do they do with this platform? Encourage the minorities they champion? Teach them to think carefully, rigorously, and logically? Be fair and impartial in determining truth and meting out justice? Join with other like-minded women to start technology and manufacturing companies from the ground up? Praise the men who gave them a hand up on the way up? Or the men who create the labor-saving devices that give us all the idle time so we can attend college (or not)? Or the who enable her sewage and garbage to be funneled far from her ever-so-sensitive nose?

Maybe some do, somewhere. (We know who those women are around here)

But all I see mostly is them grabbing the platform to “out” men and “punish” them by humiliating them. Everywhere. And all the time. Because of the way the men made them feel.

Gives me a new understanding of why not to let most women not take the platform. Seems they are mostly only interested in informing the world that they feel bad when they do. In addition to the turmoil generated by them stirring the pot, their time on the platform takes time away from focusing on other issues of importance to everybody – like raising money (from where) to rebuild (by whom) roads and bridges and dams and power plants and other things essential to the modern way of living. Women could be using their newly-established platform to raise their voices in support of the general well-being of all. Where are those women’s voices?

This is not meant to diminish the impact of genuine sexual assault when it occurs. I agree that is horrible. But those interested in justice, rather than grandstanding and punishing, are those who take action in an appropriate time frame and in the proper venue when they have been sexually assaulted. Those who could have, and didn’t, carry the burden of knowing they let a genuine menace to other women keep on keeping on, when they maybe could have stopped him by raising their voice in a timely manner and through the proper channels. I wonder if that thought has ever occurred to them – those who are only now protesting, publicly, over something they claimed happened decades ago. Because they respond to his call to come to his bedroom. ?????

Yes, now that one mentions it, women do seem to live to punish (though they can reward also).  This is different than fellas, who approach interpersonal dynamics differently.  Men operate as teams with leaders in opposition to other teams, with sometimes the members of the teams changing.  As a result, men evaluate if others should be guided down the better path, ignored because they are not relevant at this time (but may be in the future), or opposed (leaving many choices in manner).  Underlying all of this (at least in times past) was the possibility that things could get violent, with decisions made based on calculations of such.

Women on the other hand have the herd (and sub-herds), with one being on the inside or outside.  Those not in the herd are punished.  This, as mentioned by RichardP does seem to be the default behavior of many women.  Notice how many seem to go out of their way to punish their ex-husbands.  Naturally enough, men notice this, but in reality they punish those who are in their out-group.  In the olden days, the herd and its definition was greatly influenced by the Evil Patriarchy.  This was mostly a good thing, as it get the situation under control.  With modern semi-feral women, this situation is rather depressing; with women women punishing men, each other and pretty much everybody else with their unrestrained behavior.  This is not sugar and spice and everything nice.  Still, it feels good to them (at least in the short run), is naturally what they do, and men still supplicate and follow because they want to get into women’s favor (the supplicating beta orbiter cliche).

Short answer — in the modern world, beware of punishing women.

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48 comments on “Herd And Punishment
  1. Yoda says:

    Men operate in many manners they can.
    Women operate “in group” or “out group” and “reward” or “punishment” they do

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  2. Yoda says:

    Team “her man” — “in group”
    Team “her divorced man” — “out group”

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  3. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I think Team Woman has gotten a whole lot more powerful since feminism came into existence. It may be coincidental. With the demise of assortive mating and the rise of divorce, “Team Her Man” does not seem so viable anymore, since marriage is a condition that can change and the herd is there forever. So, the influence of female peers is more powerful than that of her husband.

    Farm Boy,
    “Short answer — in the modern world, beware of punishing women.”
    There are two ways to take that. First, cautioning men not to discipline their wives. That would run afoul of Domestic Violence laws. Even the use of logic is prohibited. The second would be to avoid women who punish. That may be all of them.


  4. RichardP says:

    In reading through my comments quoted above, it ocurrs to me that the point I was trying to make did not come through clearly. Which is:

    Women seem to consistently get offended when allowed into the company of men. That offense, coupled with their basic instinct to punish those men for their offenses, leads to all sorts of unsettlement and the stirring of the pot in general society. I don’t think all of that group emoting in public really helps build society up into something worth living in. And all of that unsettlement and the stirring of the pot can be quashed / avoided simply by restricting the ability of women to come into the company of men – something the Patriarchy of old has been accused of doing.

    My aha moment was the recognition of that point. Perhaps the Patriarchy did not “control” women for all the major reasons bandied about in the manosphere. Perhaps they “controlled” them, kept them in the home and out of the society of men, as a means to keep the peace. “If men offend you so when you are in their company, we will do you a favor and keep you in your place (home and children). You should suffer very little offense there, and our lives will be much more peaceful as a result.”

    Shortly after I posted my comment at Bloom’s (as in, several minutes), I ran across the first article of the gal accusing President Bush, the man in the wheel-chair, of sexually abusing her two or three years ago during a photo opp – while he was in a wheelchair. Punishing a former President, in public, over a perceived slight. Words escape me. I have this sick feeling in the pit of my stomach.

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  5. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    You have a point. I think gentlemen’s clubs were in business for that purpose.
    I have to agree about HW Bush. He is in a wheelchair and it looks like he has be declining for a long time. He may not be as sharp as he used to be. The whole thing sounds like a cheap shot.

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  6. Spawny Get says:

    This seems to be the ideal thread for this

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  7. Spawny Get says:

    Just throwing it out there, someone (else) might get a laugh out of it

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  8. Spawny Get says:


    War bows, the type used in medieval warfare typically took over 100 lbs to draw them, with archers learning their skill from the age of 12. Skeletal remains recovered from the Mary Rose show significant deformities caused to the bodies of archers by the regular and frequent practise with such heavy bows

    http://www.maryrose.org/discover-our-collection/her-crew/the-people-on-board/#The Archers-link

    Over 130 longbows and several thousand arrows were found on the Mary Rose, so she must have been carrying a number of longbow archers. Examination of the skeletal remains shows that many men had a condition called os acromiale, which affected their shoulder blades. Modern professional archers today have a similar condition. It’s caused by stress on the arm and shoulder muscles when shooting an arrow. The condition gives us a good idea of which of the men were archers.

    The Mary Rose?

    Good documentary over all. The archery/os acromiale is at 16 minutes in.

    Bit retro with the goldfish bowl dive masks and ABLJs rather than the more modern Stab Jackets.


  9. thedeti says:

    Off topic, bitches:

    So now it has been revealed that George HW Bush, Pres 41, is an alleged harasser.

    And so is Eric Bolling, formerly of FoxNews.

    And so is Bill O’Reilly, also formerly of FoxNews.

    And so is Mark Halperin of uber-liberal MSNBC. He’s been suspended indefinitely.

    And so is Joss Whedon.

    Everybody’s a harasser.

    I’m a harasser, he’s a harasser, she’s a harasser, we’re a harasser

    Wouldn’t you like to be a harasser too?

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  10. Spawny Get says:

    I’m very sorry Deti but being off topic is de rigueur around here.


    ‘Fair Wage’ Pizza Parlor Touting ‘Economic Justice’ Shuts Down, Lays Off Staff Due to Low Profits

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  11. Spawny Get says:

    As any non-normie will clearly know Shia has tried to set up another He Will Not Divide Us flag. In Nantes, Brittany, France. How’s it going, you ask.

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  12. Spawny Get says:

    Culture, innit?

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  13. Spawny Get says:

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  14. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Farm Boy,
    The pretty one I think is from Star Trek. Was it the original pilot, The Cage?

    [“Man Trap” the episode was.
    Apparently women need to apply not]

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  15. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    To respond further to RichardP’s comment, #metoo has made women go crazy. They are telling all kinds of stories and I’ll bet a doughnut most of them are untrue. This is worse than men telling stories about fish. The only problem is that reputations are being harmed. I am not too worried about the size of fish being exaggerated, nor are the fish.


  16. molly says:

    “Wouldn’t you like to be a harasser too?”

    No an accuser! I want to have a harasser of my very own!

    Hmm.. who to accuse…


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  17. molly says:

    Jar Jar Binks?

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  18. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Please don’t accuse me! While everyone knows there are no bears in New Zealand, that is not enough of an excuse.
    Burrito, burrito, burrito.
    I saw this and thought you might be interested.


  19. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I can see Big Red abusing you by using you as a football. That is, in your furby form, not in real life.


  20. Well at least Killary didn’t win. That somehow gives me hope. I know he’s just a mere mortal but the Donald is my hero for stopping that train wreck.

    It amazes me people are still doing the “resist” and all the rest nonsense. For goodness sake move on!

    I know when I check my retirement fund it makes me smile to see it go up up up since Jan! Up 25% in fact! Love it!

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  21. Someone pulled into my driveway in a red truck w a huge blue trump flag the other day and I waved and gave them two thumbs up! Lol. I don’t know who they were but they were clearly deplorable! Lol

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  22. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Where would we be had she won?

    Something to play on November 8 when they all do their screaming.

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  23. molly says:

    Bloom me too! Funds! We backed a winner!

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  24. @Spawny

    The worst thing about that Pizza Parlor story is that no lessons will be learned.

    “I don’t think anyone is looking at it as a failure,” said Dudley Dough team leader (and complete idiot) Luther Pinckney.

    The store is closed and everyone is out of a job. What would you consider to be a failure, moron?

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  25. They “participated” maybe? Everybody gets a trophy?

    Or they just can’t admit it but know deep down.

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  26. Yoda says:

    Eventually, Soell was able to cut a deal with the school to have her referred to by her preferred pronoun, “they,” but Soell said the harassment didn’t stop, so she finally hired an attorney and prepared to file an official complaint.


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  27. Yoda says:

    Oregon’s state government released a set of guidelines for schools Thursday informing educators that students must be allowed to use whatever locker rooms they want and play on opposite-sex sports teams as long as they say it reflects their chosen gender identity.


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  28. Yoda says:

    A University of Southern California professor says he stands behind his tweets that include obscenities directed toward President Donald Trump, calls for whiteness to be “destroyed,” and the promotion of violence against the “white supremacist heterosexist patriarchy.”


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  29. Yoda says:

    art on the packaging.

    The Battle Creek, Mich.-based cereal and snack maker said on Twitter Wednesday it will replace the cover drawing of cartoon characters shaped like corn kernels populating a shopping mall. The corn pop characters are shown shopping, playing in an arcade or frolicked in a fountain. One skateboards down an escalator.

    What struck Saladin Ahmed was that a single brown corn pop was working as a janitor operating a floor waxer. Ahmed, current writer of Marvel Comics’ Black Bolt series and author of 2012 fantasy novel Throne of the Crescent Moon, took to Twitter on Tuesday to ask, “Why is literally the only brown corn pop on the whole cereal box the janitor? this is teaching kids racism.”


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  30. Yoda says:

    During the discussions the players said they were upset the team owners would not publicly support their protests. The players demanded the owners support them in protesting the US anthem and flag.

    One of the owners said, “The inmates can’t be running the asylum.”


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  31. molly says:

    Crooked lefties hung out to dry!

    I am full of glee


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  32. molly says:

    Drain the swamp

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  33. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Race is not the primary issue in this story. If you ignore race, it is about an addict crossing her dealers. The good news is that she is now in rehabilitation. If you continue to put race ahead of every consideration, you will see innocent men stand trial for rape when the police have seen no merit in the case and you will condone the murder of career Coast Guardsmen by police for being late on child support payments.


  34. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    This is what happens when people put race ahead of any other consideration. A white South African family has been refused refugee status to enter Canada. On the face of it, their claim is more than legitimate.


  35. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    For those whose memory is unclear about the Coast Guardsman shot by police.


  36. SFC Ton says:

    The race angle is there is no shortage of stories of negroes attacking Whites. Such as the polar bear hunting game. So we have anecdotal evidence galore to back up the crime stats posted earlier

    All evidence points to the low intensity and unorganized anti White race war large number of blacks wage on Whites here in the usa.


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