Important: Check back on Wednesday for an episode of Anarchy Moment in which I conclude and follow up this episode of Stating The Obvious.
Captain Capitalism strikes again. Go read the link below then listen to this podcast. Quotes in these show notes are from The Captain’s Post.
Blame Women (Disproportionately) for the Collapse of Western Civilization – http://captaincapitalism.blogspot.com/2015/09/blame-women-disproportionately-for.html
Where have you heard this before? Yup. Right here. Only The Captain says it without bad language and has charts and numbers to back it up.
Trigger Warning: This podcast will trigger everyone who isn’t a white heterosexual man with a job.
Women and men are different. Men vote for independence and responsibility. Women and feminized men vote for dependence, security and socialism. Men vote logic. Women and femi-symps vote emotion.
- Men create.
- Women consume.
The most environmentally destructive animal on the Earth is the human female.
The Captain writes (emphasis is mine):
Your average female voter is a by product of her evolution, environment, genetics and upbringing. And therefore your average female voter is stuck in “stage one” thinking where she:
1. Wants to solve a problem, but
2. Doesn’t know how much it will cost, but
3. Doesn’t care because she never looked at the budget anyway because
4. She thinks “the government has unlimited money” because
5. She really doesn’t know the difference between a million and a trillion
6. Votes for more government spending anyway.
The problem is she LITERALLY does not realize that money just doesn’t come from “poof” out of nowhere. And she CERTAINLY does not understand how the government just “printing off more money” would result in hyper-inflation. Thus, in a very naive and child-like way, she will do what is logical to a 7 year old. Vote for more government money, consequently voting the country that inch further into tyranny and enslaving us all that micro-second more in taxes.
What points have I made over and over?
- The 99% have the same world view they had when they were 8 years old.
- Women get their power from being either victims or children.
- If you don’t need the State the State doesn’t need you.
- Anyone who is not a victim, a victimizer or a child is not of use to the State.
What happened when women were allowed to vote by the State? This.
The solution? There is none. Regardless of what all the anarcho-capitalist on the interwebz say there will be no freedom. The slaves will always be the 99% because the State is designed to breed slaves.
There will be no market demand for freedom. There will in fact be market demand for more slavery. People born into slavery have no reference point for freedom and without abandoning their child-like world view will never be able to conceive of freedom.
Millennials can not conceive of an airport without TSA and thus will never ask for the TSA to go away.
Statism is here to stay.
If there is going to be democracy and voting what should it look like? And yes, this is only a thought experiment. Nothing is going to change. In fact I can foresee the day when poor people get extra votes because they are poor.
The problem is easy. I’ve identified it. So has The Captain.
You don’t get to vote simply because you are alive. You get to vote by earning it. And this will never happen because democracy and Statism are in direct opposition to merit and responsibility.
Here is where I think The Captain comes up 5% short. His solution?
The Captain writes (emphasis is mine):
Very simply, if you want to vote you need to have paid taxes.
If you collect a government check. No.
If you’re on EBT. No.
Are you on TANF? No.
Social Security? No.
Housing assistance? No.
Attending a state university and getting a subsidy from the taxpayer? No.
You MUST BE a contributing member of this society, paying into the government to have a say in how the country is ran. You must NOT BE a parasite collecting a government check making you by definition a ward on the state. This discriminates against no one, but ensures those who are paying for the government are the ones determining how it is managed, and is thus far in my economist’s mind of thinking the best way to award the right to vote.
Who has said all this before? The Great One, Himself. But wait. The Captain forgot a class of people I have long said should also not be allowed to vote.
Who might that be?