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Don't Forget: Tomorrow, March 8 is Women's Day in Poland!


ZIMMY 6 | 1,602
18 Mar 2013 #91
Final note for now; the following link shows just how much our society favors women in our western culture. Feminists weave their power in almost every aspect of life and are very Orwellian in their tactics

the-spearhead.com/2013/02/26/feminist-intimidation-tactics-at-tech-conferences

The above is just one example of many areas where such tactics are used. Of course, one of my pet peeves is in advertising where virtually all the idiots are men. Now that's power. Read the whole thing to 'get it' when it comes to who has 'political correctness' and who doesn't.
kondzior 12 | 1,221
18 Mar 2013 #92
What are you talking about? are you blaming women for fallacies of democracy? that is an absurdity if I ever seen one.

Another problem is that a lot of men have that Victorian sense of duty and obedience that sees them loyally marching to their doom. If a liberal Supreme Court rules 5-4 on an issue once, the next time it will be 8-1 or so, because conservatives readily accept liberal ideas and have a strong sense of following precedence, but never vice versa. One's the fast forward button, and the other is the pause button. There is no rewind.

This ultimately damns any Nordish nation with a typically high respect towards law. Authority is still given its traditional reverence, but people in those positions are no longer the same. What you end up with is a nation not only falling apart, but tearing itself apart due to its ideals being perverted. Nations like Japan or China, that rely heavily on social taboos, Confucian style honor, and large social networks over simply the word of law, tend to be more resistant to globalization and decadence.

We would call it corruption. They call it the traditional way of doing things. Though it's not absolutism, it's not exactly savage relativism either, and it works. Western attempts to expect immigrants to behave the same are folly.

I dislike the insane policies that women seem to relish, but the politically correct jackboots are always worn by men. It's the consequence of a population that feels more comfortable as slaves than free. The mass has arguably been this way forever, but it has now infected the minds of the elite.
Grzegorz_ 51 | 6,161
19 Mar 2013 #93
Do you guys agree?

No. What kind of answer did you expect :))) ?
Carlson - | 5
19 Mar 2013 #94
To rozumiemnic: Thank you very much for the link! I don't know how to do that quote/reply thing, but this saves space anyway.

To Zimmy: Yes, I remember the "war on women" catch phrase phase. Our media latched onto Limbaugh's 4-letter comments, Lisa Brown, VA's ultrasound shenanigans, etc. like a dog with a new bone to manipulate people and support party division. Disparity and hypocrisy serve those purposes. I can recognize it and think it counts but it won't change because it benefits groups/people more powerful than I. When it came to men's health, I remember seeing an interview with the president about healthcare reform in a men's magazine but that's it. To be honest, I don't think any mainstream publication/program is going to openly admit that they ignore men's health or any other important issue before an election. It is hard to be fair and balanced when it's increasingly hard to find fair and balanced sources.
kondzior 12 | 1,221
19 Mar 2013 #95
As I said, suffrage was a mistake.

She subjectively spins out inside in her own brain and ends up curled inside her own belly-button in a self-referencing circular logic tornado of cognitive death.

Remember, women loved Hitler. Why shouldn't they? He had good teeth, spoke with self-confidence and acted like he knew what he was doing. He was Clinton except with a better dress sense. That's all you need to get the girls voting for you. Lots of men thought the guy was a bad idea in the way that only guys (and not many) can see another dude may have a lot of self-confidence but is basically full of crap. Act like a real stud (aka Obama) and it doesn't matter if you have no idea what the f**k you are doing, the females will flock to pull a lever for you. They are witless that way. It's all about impressions with women, not about the reality.

Studies show that schools of fish will invariably follow a fish who has had the inhibitory portion of his brain sliced out with a scalpel. The other fish figure he acts really confident like he knows where he is going so they all follow him dutifully right into the mouth of a shark.

Witness the current bailout, which is perfect female management of the problem. It doesn't matter if the bailout is insane and contravenes the laws of economics, the important thing is that it gives us an excuse to do something and give the impression things are going to get better. Most women figure that's really all that is needed is adjusting how we "feel" about the prospects of baby eating and other upcoming American contact sports.
OP jasondmzk
19 Mar 2013 #96
Remember, women loved Hitler.

What?! You realize this is a public forum? That the things you post are seen by others? So, you hate Clinton because women loved him, or you hate women because they preferred Clinton? And this Hitler stuff?

Lots of men thought the guy was a bad idea in the way that only guys (and not many) can see another dude may have a lot of self-confidence but is basically full of crap.

Would you really say something like that if you had said it in your head first, before committing it to record?

Act like a real stud (aka Obama) and it doesn't matter if you have no idea what the f**k you are doing, the females will flock to pull a lever for you.

I voted for Obama. Every guy I know voted for Obama. I don't know any women that voted for Obama, but I'm from Alabama, so maybe that means something. Probably not. You realize the impression you are giving is that you loathe anyone whom isn't despised by women? That begs the obvious question. So obvious I shan't ask it.
kondzior 12 | 1,221
19 Mar 2013 #97
What?! You realize this is a public forum? That the things you post are seen by others?

The really funny thing is that crimes against women, particularly sexual assault, were once only a tiny fraction of what they are today. In the old days when women *were* put on pedestal (why shouldn't they be, they are the backbone of society) when somebody committed rape they had better pray the law got to them before that woman's husband, father or brother did. In Poland they would end up hacked to pieces with sabres. In Texas it was quite common for a man to get blown away in public at point blank range for simply insulting or fondling a female on the street by the relatives and the courts were likely to let that man walk every time.

After the Civil War, the North basically made gang rape legal in the south for their enrichment squads and this was the first time in about a thousand years that European males got a system of government that actually forced them to grin and bear it when their women were assaulted. Normally such males had a very short life expectancy - nowadays its a career choice and often a successful social strategy to go around date raping. Feminism has never done anything but strip women of all human dignity in all regards - and it has resulted in a dysgenic strain of males flourishing.

Let people follow their natural human instincts and I expect rapists would once again start to lose in the genetic sweepstakes. Unfortunately the government forces us all to swallow improvementation and enrichment now at gunpoint.
ZIMMY 6 | 1,602
19 Mar 2013 #98
Another problem is that a lot of men have that Victorian sense of duty and obedience that sees them loyally marching to their doom.

So true; these white knights enslave themselves to the old traditional standards of chivalry (which women want men to keep) yet men receive no new freedoms which advantage them. Women don't need to register for military service , are given many more dollars and programs in healthcare, insurance premiums are lower and of course there is that general deferment to women in areas of social conduct.

As Warren Farrell a male feminist who once headed the New York chapter of the National Organization for Women (NOW) noted; The political genius of the feminist movement was its intuitive sense that it could emphasize expanding the rights of women while avoiding expansion of any rights for men. In short, women were to retain all traditional deferments while at the same time demanding full equality in top management in business and government. Even female quotas are used for these top positions but rarely for ditch-digging, log-haul trucking, oil rig working, crane operations, etc, etc, etc. . Such a deal, eh?

To Zimmy: Yes, I remember the "war on women" catch phrase phase. Our media latched onto Limbaugh's 4-letter comments,

Just to be accurate; the phrase "war on women" was started by feminists who love to repeat it (note Sandra Fluke of the "I'm discriminated against because my university doesn't give me free contraceptives" fame).

I don't think any mainstream publication/program is going to openly admit that they ignore men's health ......

Most journalists come from cookie-cutter academic institutions that crank out liberal beliefs. It shows in the stories and articles which they deem relevant and in those they totally ignore.

It's all about impressions with women, not about the reality.

You are touching on a subject which is controversial yet empirical experience suggests much validity to it. Women have even used 'emotion' as a defense for doing something criminal, including murder.

I give you this link for your scrutiny........
heartiste.wordpress.com/2013/02/28/women-are-more-emotional-than-men-because-of-biology/#comment-415711
I certainly don't totally agree with it but .................

From the link: "Women are more emotional, intuitive and illogical than men. Anyone who's lived a day in his life knows this. In the worlds of corporate industry, war-making and invention, perhaps these traits are setbacks. But women should not be measuring themselves by those standards, the standards of men. They should seek succor in the standards of women, and there - in the worlds of family, social cohesion, lawfulness, empathy and child-rearing - women excel and men struggle"

"Boys and men right now are off to a bad start from day one and those who don't go along with the female -privileged society are stuck on the sidelines. A boy's typical day might be one with a single mom, mostly female teachers who rarely give him a break, a culture that tells him he is a pervert, TV shows, bulletin boards and news shows portraying him as a rapist and domestic violence abuser and all around bad guy. It's no wonder men have opted out of an economy and culture that values them so little."..............................................Dr. Helen Smith (psychologist)
Paulina 13 | 3,459
22 Mar 2013 #99
"Boys and men right now are off to a bad start from day one and those who don't go along with the female

You know, when I read this I thought "I bet she's from the South" and guess what? Bingo! lol Knoxville, Tennessee :)
(Sorry, guys, I didn't want to interrupt your "a pat on the back" conversation, I just wanted to share this fun fact :D)
OP jasondmzk
22 Mar 2013 #100
You know, when I read this I thought "I bet she's from the South" and guess what? Bingo! lol Knoxville, Tennessee

Well done. Fun Fact! She also hosts a show on the website "Pajamas Television"!
ZIMMY 6 | 1,602
22 Mar 2013 #101
when I read this I thought "I bet she's from the South" and guess what? Bingo! lol Knoxville, Tennessee :)

I've always admired hard working southern women who understand their hard working men :)
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I didn't want to interrupt your "a pat on the back" conversation,

Your 'verbus interuptus' is always welcome (besides, you are not a name-caller)

She also hosts a show on the website "Pajamas Television"!

Isn't it nice to run into a woman who actually exposes the reality of our "politically correct" world?
Carlson - | 5
23 Mar 2013 #102
Initially I figured the men's rights movement was only a backlash but after some experiences at school and work I became curious. I definitely notice a fringe in what little I've read. It's one thing to hear men badger another when they think he's acting feminine but to see anti-feminine attitudes associated with men's rights is troubling and makes it hard to take seriously. It's like radical feminists who just hate men.

Yeah Zimmy, universities have many liberals and it can be a tug-of-war, but it makes great classroom discussion when you have a nice mix of locals and out-of-state students. The other day we discussed a study that found some women treated students differently, boys more harshly and girls more kindly. It surprised me when the professor said the only solution was to hire more men as teachers. Besides the benefit for these students to have more men as role models, I don't trust that it'd prevent students from being treated differently. The underlying cause for the personal biases of those women may also have influenced the men. Also, boys and girls develop differently and at different rates and their behaviors aren't always the same in the classroom. Teachers need to adjust responses and this is really subjective. Every study I've seen so far has had different results . . . men are more affectionate, women are more distant, men reinforce feminine-preferred behavior more often, no, women reinforce feminine-preferred behavior more often, men make boys leaders more often, no, women make boys leaders more often, etc. Teachers/students are human and maybe their responses in this context are just too subjective.

Anyway, I haven't meant to antagonize with my comments and I get the impression so far that around here if your posts don't antagonize someone then you're not doing it right. Ha! I agree with Paulina that women and men are different and this never had to mean one group was better or worse than the other.

Random Women's Month bit:
Martha Stewart served her prison sentence in Alderson, WV. We were all "really excited." Oh boy, a real celebrity and so close! Her prison name was M. Diddy and I can't knit worth a crap or I would make a shank cozy . . . for my shank . . . because I have lots of those.

Now I'll go see what "Pajamas Television" is.
beckski 12 | 1,617
23 Mar 2013 #103
Hate to break the news to you guys... It's no longer March 8th!
ZIMMY 6 | 1,602
23 Mar 2013 #104
By extension, we're celebrating "Womens' Month" which is March.

Yeah Zimmy, universities have many liberals and it can be a tug-of-war,

Our universities and colleges have become infested with doctrinaire lefties who goose-step to "political correctness" in too many ways for me to note here. It would take pages. The following link is just one example of how men are downgraded. even in the sciences.................

openmarket.org/2012/07/10/quotas-limiting-male-science-enrollment-the-new-liberal-war-on-science

From the link: "Quotas limiting the number of male students in science may be imposed by the Education Department in 2013.......................................President Obama celebrated the fact that 25 percent fewer men than women graduate from college, calling it a "great accomplishment" for America. Ironically, he lamented the fact that a smaller gender disparity - 17 percent fewer women attending college than men - had once existed before Title IX was implemented. To Obama, gender disparities are only bad when they disfavor women. Under his strange idea of equality, equality means men losing out to women."

Martha Stewart served her prison sentence in Alderson, WV. We were all "really excited." Oh boy, a real celebrity and so close!

She is the first woman who became a billionaire on her own (not inherited). She aced out Ms Oprah Winfrey who had a great lawyer. He pushed her into syndication and told her where and when to sign.

As an aside, Ms Stewart is also of Polish ancestry and actually speaks some Polish.
beckski 12 | 1,617
23 Mar 2013 #105
Martha Stewart was quite a dish during her younger days. She was a Chanel model!
ZIMMY 6 | 1,602
23 Mar 2013 #106
To celebrate March; here are some discriminated against women who continue to struggle in the patriarchy;



Only one more day and "womens month" of March will be over with. To celebrate feminism, I give you some of the international goals of feminists in northern European countries. Of course censorship.plays a prominent role.

the-spearhead.com/2013/03/29/antifeminism-might-become-illegal-in-the-nordic-countries

don't be so homosexual about it,

This is the dumbest comment I've ever read in these forums.

most women are more mindful than men and are able to tolerate criticism delivered their way better than men.

Is that why feminists pass out cards to men at tech meetings threatening them if they say anything remotely negative about women? Is that why men in television are shown to be fools while the women are the smart ones; same goes for tv commercials. Is that why the nordic feminists in my link above cannot tolerate any criticism and indeed are attempting to pass draconian censorship laws?. Is that why men have to tiptoe in office work situations and be careful as to what they say? Unlike you, I've hired men and women and women get away with much more when it comes to comments. The list of examples is incredibly long but I'll stop here because your non understanding of the current realities is too embarrassing to comment on.


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