Wednesday, November 20, 2019

Your Pronouns Are Not Wanted Here...

Apologies for the extended absence. Been busy. Just a quick snippet here, and then something more substantial to follow later in the week.
If you needed any further proof that (leftist) women are fucktarded, here it is.

Apparently, it's a victory of some sort to insert "she" in place of "he".

A major accomplishment! A successful blow struck for aggrieved ladyparts everywhere!

And to make it all such a sooooo wonderfully excitingly fantastic victory -- certainly on par with Trafalgar, Gettysburg, Iwo Jima, and all the rest, it's been done by a Female O' Color!

You've come a long way, Baby.

Actually, once you think about it, what an incredibly low bar.

The gist of the article is that Americans are programmed to assume "President" means "Man", and if you wade through the emotionally-overwrought subtext, this is crushingly oppressive to vaginas everywhere. So oppressing that to even speak of a female president is considered beyond the pale, and so Kamala the Baloney Smoker must be lauded for being "brave" and "bold" for daring to break social conventions and gender stereotypes to include "her" in a sentence related to the presidency.

(It goes unremarked upon in the article, but does this knuckle-dragging, drooling, limited-mindset somehow not extend to other women who have traditionally voted for Men? Are they being sexist, too?)

Excuse me while I laugh,

Now, this just might be a uniquely American point of view, but the historical record of countries ruled by females is hardly a very good one.

There are exceptions, to be sure -- Elizabeth I, Isabella of Castille, Margaret Thatcher, Golda Meir -- but it seems that female rulership isn't usually conducive to stable, peaceful, prosperous nations.

Who would want to be lorded over by Angela Merkel?

Who wants to be the next Corazon Acquino?

How well did Indira Gandi and Benazhir Bhutto navigate the complexities of multi-cultural societies, leaving them better than they found them before their own people assassinated them?

Have you seen Evita, for cryingoutloud?

Enjoy your Bloody Mary at your next brunch: it's named for a woman who had heretics burned at the stake.

Anyone remember Boudicca, Queen of the Iceni?

Does the world remember the names of Vigdis Finnbogadottir, Suhkbaataryn Yanjmaa, Mary McAleese, Han Meyong Sook, and Vasiilikki Thanou?

Fuck no.

And do you know why?

Because if you look at Iceland, Mongolia, Ireland, South Korea, and Greece, in fact, most of the places where women have achieved the goal of Head of State, they all have one thing in common:

They were mostly shitholes before a woman took power, and they remained shitholes long after the broads left.

Now, The Overlord is NOT saying that a woman could NEVER be an effective Head of State, it's just that several thousand years of history have produced so few of them of proven ability. By that track record, I don't expect one to come down the pike anytime soon. Certainly not in the form of Elizabeth Warren or Kamala Harris.

Which has NOTHING to do with fucking pronouns.

Neither Hillary nor Kamala will raise the female batting average, I promise.

But it just goes to show how pathetically minuscule the feminist case is, the mindset that goes with it, and exceedingly low goals it sets, that the feminist believes -- with all of her tiny, black heart -- that she's so oppressed that a three-letter word denoting an identity the Left collectively insists no longer exists (see: Trans-gendered, genderfluid, etc.) suddenly changes the entire landscape of electoral politics.

It's a sad phenomenon.

But kinda funny, too.


Ireeesh said...

That history also speaks to the fact that women aren't really as downtrodden as they want everyone to believe. We just don't experience
that in life

Matthew Noto said...

Without a doubt. Feminism is a primarily Western female phenomenon, and no one has benefited more from "oppression" than the Western female. It (this so-called "oppression") has fed, housed, clothed, protected, educated, made her healthier and enfranchised her and made her life less-laborious over 4,000 years of Western Culture than any other system.

And we've done it so well that bored females have time to complain about how BAD they have it compared to, say, women in Africa or the Middle East.

Feminism is never about problems, let alone solving them. Feminism will not cure cancer, stop war, or feed the hungry -- it's always about STATUS, as in "who gets paid", "who gets what job", etc, etc.