Linkage: 18 July, 2017 #TheTriggering
Marina Abramovic scene (The Great Beauty/La Grande Bellezza)
This is what “art” looks like to SJWs and libtards. Jeb is having none of this shit. Watch as Jeb engages in real journalism. Not the CNN Fake News style journalism.
That is the message the Feminine Imperative used to subtly and indirectly imply to Betas-in-waiting. Now with the comfort of Open Hypergamy this message is published in best selling books by influential women:
“When looking for a life partner, my advice to women is date all of them: the bad boys, the cool boys, the commitment-phobic boys, the crazy boys. But do not marry them. The things that make the bad boys sexy do not make them good husbands. When it comes time to settle down, find someone who wants an equal partner. Someone who thinks women should be smart, opinionated and ambitious. Someone who values fairness and expects or, even better, wants to do his share in the home. These men exist and, trust me, over time, nothing is sexier.”
― Sheryl Sandberg, Lean In: Women, Work, and the Will to Lead
. . . . .
The primary reason I spent the last year compiling Preventive Medicine was to help men see past the compartmentalization of women’s phases of maturity, but also to help them see past their own immediate interpretations of those phases as they’re experiencing them. Long term sexual and intimate deprivation (i.e. Thirst) will predispose men to convincing themselves of the part they believe they should play in the social conventions of the Feminine Imperative. Their own cognitive dissonance is a small, subliminal price to pay when they believe they’re finally being rewarded with a woman who’s now ready to give him her best.
What inspired me to this post was reading a cutesy photo-meme on Facebook. The syrupy message was “My only regret was not meeting you sooner so we could spend more of our lives together” superimposed over some kids in black & white holding a rose. Then it hit me, this was a message a guy was posting to his girlfriend; the one he’d met after his second divorce was finalized.
What he didn’t want to think about was that if he’d met her sooner she’d have been too busy “discovering herself” to have anything to do with him.
Great Beauty – Rooftop Scene
Jeb takes down the “Strong Indipendent Woman (TM)”.
This isn’t to say these men will be dreams come true (they won’t be), but if you’re clinging to the notion that these women will hit “the wall”—that there will be abject loneliness, cats, and dildos with (really dark) butthole ticklers serving as the only things keeping them company, then I’m afraid you’re mistaken. The wall is nothing more than a chain-link fence at this point, and there are desperate and clueless men sitting at the ready with bolt cutters in hand, just waiting for the opportunity to cut out a nice hole for these low-rent skanks to pass through.
This can be extremely frustrating.
If men won’t hold these women to any kind of standards, then what incentive is there for them to become something that resembles decent human beings? Things will never get better until men collectively tell these women that they’re straight-up not fucking good enough—because they’re not.
When I see men rewarding these women with committed relationships, or, worse yet, moving in together and marrying them, I often find myself thinking of this quote from Orwell’s Nineteen Eighty-Four:
He wondered, as he had many times wondered before, whether he himself was a lunatic. Perhaps a lunatic was simply a minority of one… But the thought of being a lunatic did not greatly trouble him; the horror was that he might also be wrong…
Chances are this will strike a chord with you because often, out in the real world, you’ll be the only person you know who actually thinks about anything beyond the topical and the frivolous. You’ll see men shacking up with society’s unflushable turds and find that you’re the only one saying, “What the hell is wrong with all of these guys, what are they thinking?”
The fact of the matter is they aren’t thinking. Much like Winston Smith lamented how he was possibly the only man to see the Party for the sham it truly was—that only he possessed the common sense and clairvoyance necessary to see deep into the truth of things—you may also find yourself feeling similarly isolated and disillusioned. You’ll be “a minority of one,” an army you, and you alone.
Democratic senator from California Jerry Hill is fighting to make child marriage illegal in his state, but faces several sources of opposition; including groups like Planned parenthood and the American Civil liberties Union (ACLU).
Although the current age of consent in California is 18, children can legally marry at any age regardless of the age of their spouse, the San Francisco Chronicle reports. Senator Jerry Hill set out to fix that fact, proposing legislation to set the marriage age at 18. The ACLU and Plant parenthood are having none of it.
Another group, The National Center for Youth Law, defended child marriage as a fundamental human right, arguing that there is no evidence of children being harmed by child marriages.
Meanwhile, The United Nations currently labels child marriages as a human right violation, which threatens children’s lives and health:
However, like many movements in society, many people make their living off of it. And once the movement is over and achieves its goals, these people are faced with the prospects of finding a new career and a new job. Sadly, many of these people would rather keep an obsolete movement going, no matter how unnecessary it is, even if it damages the group/people/original members of the movement, because they’re, frankly, too lazy to return to the real world of work.
For example, is there a more hated group in the world than feminists?
Sure, Susan B. Anthony and Elizabeth Stanton were feminists, but at a time when they were calling for the right to vote and the right to own property. Once those rights were achieved, the women’s rights movement has since morphed into a warped and twisted monster where everything is rape, women are always oppressed, the false “wage gap” is constantly hounded upon, and men are enemy #1. The costs to society of propagating this obsolete movement past its usefulness are horrible. Families are now broken up. Divorce is on the rise. False rape accusations are more common than real ones on college campuses. Government checks have replaced fathers. Schools have replaced mothers. Men don’t trust women. Women don’t trust men. And we’ve effectively ruined the sexes for one another. But it’s all alright, you see, because thousands of women’s studies professors, activists, lawyers, and other professional feminists got decades-long careers out of this past-its-due-date movement.
Understand that nearly all of the left’s reasoning and rationality for the theft of other people’s money is based on victimhood. And this victimhood is defined by a trait or characteristic you were born with or have that is outside of your control.
And the newest and fastest-growing trait, your made up mental illness.
This allows a leftist (regardless of stripe) to intellectually-dishonestly claim they are oppressed by the “majority” and are not only disadvantaged, but are also entitled to special privileges in society AND some of the majority’s money. Furthermore, if any criticism or mere pointing out of this victim-whoring, is immediately met with accusations of racism, sexism, ageism, ableism, etc., as they cowardly hide behind their traits (and never own up to their personal actions that led to their lot in life). The only thing more shocking or disgusting than this rank and cowardly parasitism is the right’s failure to call them out on this as they are too afraid of being called an “ist” or an “ism,” and thus this pathetic strategy actually works.
But the left faces a long term problem with their victimhood strategy, particularly in its chief application – racism. By about 2045 whites won’t be the majority in the US anymore and victims who play the race card won’t be able do so (at least honestly).
From Kindergarten to High School, America’s youngsters are taught that education is the key to success in life. The underlying explanation is simple and straight-forward. In order to land a high-paying job, you must be able to think critically and display a good deal of mental agility. After all, if you want to be engineering, you must have a solid grasp of science and mathematics. If you want to be a lawyer, you must be verbally proficient and if you intend to enter medicine, there is an altogether different body of knowledge you must master. What about all of the other, less intellectually rigorous professions?
As for that, our guidance counselors would say that a degree makes you stand out. If you want to be a book-keeper or a financier, you’d have a much higher chance of getting hired with a degree. Today, more people have academic credentials than they did decades before. Previously, a degree offered one a way of standing out from the crowd, today, it has become the new norm. In other words, a Bachelor’s degree is the equivalent of a High School degree in the 70s.
As appealing as this comparison may seem, it is a false equivalency. In the 70s, employers had considerable confidence in the quality of education High Schools offer. As such, they were able to justify their preference for applicants who finished High School over those who did not.
At that point, it seemed clear that High School graduates displayed superior intellectual, practical and interpersonal skills to those of Middle School graduates. Yet, can one say that today’s graduates are superior to High School graduates in these respects?
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