This fallacy is where we get the NA*ALT (not all ____ are like that) absolution of the most unflattering parts of human nature. Not All Women Are Like That is standard feminine-primary boilerplate for women and sympathizing men (White Knights) who’d rather we all ignore the aspects of female nature that shine a bad light on what are easily observable truths about their behavior and the motives behind them. The social convention relies on the idea that if there is even one individual contradiction to the generalization (always deemed an ‘overgeneralization’) then the whole idea must be wrong.
Of course, this individual exceptionality rule only applies to the concepts in which equalists have invested their egos in. When a generality proves an equalist’s ego-investment, that’s when it becomes an ‘endemic’ universal truth to their mindset. A binary over-exaggeration of this effect is the reflexive response for concepts that challenge their ego-investments. Thus, we see any and all of the (perceptually) negative aspects of masculinity (actually the totality of masculinity) painted as evidence of the endemic of ‘toxic’ masculinity as a whole. The individualist exceptionality in this instance is always ridiculed as ‘insecurity’ on the part of men even considering it.
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I’ve stated this in many prior threads, but, I do not believe in “equality”.
I don’t believe in equality because I can objectively see that reality, our respective environments, our personal circumstances, etc. are all inherently unequal.
Everyday we encounter circumstances in life which we are eminently unequalled for in our ability to address them. Likewise, there are circumstances we can easily overcome without so much as an afterthought. Whether these challenges demand or test our physical, mental, material or even spiritual capacities, the condition is the same – reality is inherently chaotic, unfair and challenging by order of degree. To presume that all individuals have equal value in light of the nature of reality is, itself, an unequal presumption. To expect sameness in the degree of competency or incompetency to meet any given challenge reality throws at us is a form of inequality. And it’s just this inequality that equalists ironically exploit.
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The greatest danger to the West is not Islam, nor is it unfettered immigration, poor economic policy, or even cyclists. The greatest danger to the West is our inability to respond to such external and internal threats. And the great modern inhibitor to decisive action is the feminization of our societies.
An insightful comment yesterday from regular commenter Allen on my post on women in politics.
There are five phases to this.
1. The beachhead, the one woman enters the field of play.
2. The reinforcement, she works so that more and more women are added.*
3. The consolidation, any competent men or women are slowly pushed out.
4. The meltdown, the now totally incompetent group comes under intense scrutiny for lack of ability. Misogyny is ruled as the culprit. It often includes tears.
5. The fratricide, sisters be damned, not when it means maintaining their own status as they are shown the door.
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One thing that I did not think to mention in yesterday’s post about women in cabinet supporting one another’s ideas is the contrary stance that would naturally arise from such a position.
In other words, if they are supportive of women’s ideas due to their origin then they must by definition be unsupportive of men’s ideas for the same reason. Their sexualised political stance is not and cannot be one-dimensional. Such posturing does not exist in isolation.
We’re gonna need a bigger pimp hand to save Western White women from themselves.
The femcunt complaint about “toxic masculinity” is pure skankological projection to assuage their guilt over feeling less than enthused about the effeminate thirsty males who gravitate into their orbits. The women of the West are begging for the masculinity that has gone missing in the men of the West. What Western White women need now more than ever is a Masculinity Detox. Masculine White men will release the latent femininity of their White women, and prevent more women from infection by the Androgyny Strain.
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“The State Street Corporation, a financial services company that put the Fearless Girl statue on Wall Street to promote the importance of women working in corporate leadership roles, will pay $5 million after an investigation found that it underpaid female and black executives,” Camila Domonoske of NPR reported…
But wait, there’s more….. the company doesn’t pay black people equally either: