Over at Dalrock’s, The Traveler states,
Everybody who pushes “grrrrrl power!” and “You go, grrrrrl!” absolutely must realize–even if only at a subconscious, visceral level–that it is just nonsense. Otherwise, they wouldn’t have to keep pushing it.
That which is real, true, and virtuous, doesn’t require ceaseless, hysterical advocacy that silences (usually brutally) any opposition. Self-evident truth eventually wins out, because even the most powerful propaganda for wickedness gets overtaken by reality, and collapses under the weight of its own corruption.
Two old sayings for your consideration.
“The truth will out in the end.” (Of course, “in the end” may be a very long time, indeed–in human terms).
“If you chase Mother Nature out the front door with a broom, she’ll sneak in the back window.”
The problem with the “truth will out” POV is single women. The is no concept or belief so absurd, self-contradictory, or illogical that single women won’t believe it if told to them by someone w sufficient status. Mass and social media persuasion means that primal female fear of being socially outcast and their desire to conform to views of high-status members of their social group can be leveraged to literally make single women believe anything. That is why it was so important for progs to destroy families. My wife is top 2% IQ but has been known to ask me “what do we believe about x again”.
So here we have the herd again. Is there anything it can’t do? Both good and bad.
Let’s face it; the world needs intelligent and practical fellas figuring this all out, then imposing some discipline on the herd for its own good. If only there was a word for that. Maybe we could invent one here. We all look up to the Glorious Patriarch; perhaps he could be of help.