Mixed feelings

…from the quill of Antisthenes the Younger

 I have mixed feelings about many things; and when it involves women… it is perhaps better to let the women speak. The western society deteriorated to a stage when a normal discussion is becoming impossible; or rather it is barely possible if you can handle the abuse – racism, misogyny, antisemitism, islamophobia etc. The political, medial and academic usurpers of the ‘elite’ mantle with the IQ of a retarded amoeba, unable to argue intelligently, are ever lengthening the list of untouchable topics. So far they control the media and are thus able to stifle any meaningful discourse. One can only hope that this will not last for ever and that the new generation, i.e. children now three to six years old, will, despite all the efforts of the socialist educational systems and apathetic, primitively materialistic parents, became rational and independent thinkers.

 

In the mean time the “human rights” groupies are searching for more trophies. Pathetic Asange is loosing attraction, as even the intellectually challenged realize that he is a few pixels short of a human face.

So comes the next poster boy. At this stage it is too early to say whether the ex-NSA junior employee Snowden is just a frustrated post-teenager (in the same sense as a ‘post-modernist’) or a decent human being; all indications point to the former. Revelation that the United States’ agencies spy on everybody, including its citizens, is about as much of a revelation as that the earth is not flat. Even I, with the minimal interest in the so called information technology, read about it many years ago in various IT pages of the main stream newspapers and in computer magazines. If he had any interesting technical information to reveal he would be snatched by either Communist China or Putin’s Russia and we would not hear of it.

 

Let a woman speak. Michelle Malkin writes about the more obnoxious aspect of the groupies phenomena:

 

I would like to declare a war on women — namely, all those cringe-inducing ninnies who lust after every celebrity criminal defendant with big muscles, tattoos, puppy-dog eyes or Hollywood hair.

 You know who I’m talking about, right? America’s Bad Boy groupies. They’re on the courthouse steps with their “Free Jahar” signs, cooing over how “hot” and “cute” the bloodstained Boston Marathon bombing suspect is. He “can blow me up with babies,” one moral reprobate quipped shortly after his capture. “I’m not gonna lie, the second bombing suspect, Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, is hot. #sorrynotsorry,” another young girl boasted.

Among the callous accused killer’s victims, in case you’d forgotten: 8-year-old boy Martin Richard, who had been cheering on his dad and other family friends at the race. But who cares about an innocent dead child blown to bits by pressure cooker bombs in the name of Allah? Jahar is HAWT!

Far from a minuscule fringe, the Ja-harem is a growing social media phenomenon. Its members mimic Justin Bieber’s Beliebers, adopting the last name of their Tiger Beat terrorist and doodling hearts around his mug shot. In heat or in jest, these depraved females continue to spread viral photos, memes and hashtags of their Islamist Idol. One woman showed up at Tsarnaev’s court appearance Wednesday donning a “Free the Lion” T-shirt. Another sported a “Dzhokhar Tsarnaev is innocent” tee, while her gal pal shouted, “Exonerate!”

For those ladies who prefer jocks to jihadis, there’s accused murderer/NFL star Aaron Hernandez. He’s “fine as wine,” one woman lusted. He’s “too damned sexy to go to prison,” another lamented. “He can come to jail at my house,” sighed yet another. In response to one of gangsta Hernandez’s Glock-wielding Instagram pics, one sick chick slavered, “Soooo hot with the combination handgun-mirror selfie.”

Fugitive cop-killer Christopher Dorner also had his own fan club. Parked in front of their TV sets, women cheered on the “kinda sexy” homicidal maniac as he terrorized Southern California before perishing in a cabin inferno. “I’d honestly hide Dorner in my house,” one fan girl enthused. Tens of thousands “liked” Dorner’s various support pages on Facebook.

Harmless Internet chitter-chatter? Don’t kid yourselves. While some of the murderers’ panting minions may be joking, it’s irresponsible women like these who end up enabling, marrying and conspiring with public menaces.

They’re your neighbors and relatives, suburban gals like Colleen “Jihad Jane” LaRose and Jamie “Jihad Jamie” Paulin-Ramirez of Colorado, who agreed to wed Muslim terrorists and conspired to kill Swedish cartoonist Lars Vilks. Paulin-Ramirez dragged her 6-year-old (whom she renamed “Walid”) to Ireland to assist with the plot. Family members said she was “easily influenced” and that “any man that came along … she kind of followed like a lost puppy.”

It would be one thing if these morally stunted followers segregated themselves in enclaves outside the American mainstream. But some of these damaged goods end up on juries, entrusted to weigh evidence fairly, digest complex instructions, and render impartial verdicts in matters of life and death. Indeed, they are aggressively sought after by predatory defense lawyers. I’ll never forget the female jurors of the first murder trial of confessed parent-killers Lyle and Erik Menendez. Star-struck by “glamorous” defense lawyer Leslie Abramson, the women of the Menendez jury told Los Angeles reporters that “they admired her wardrobe and biting wit.”

Their swooning for the hunky Menendez brothers, whom they praised as “bright” and “nice,” was obscene. After a mistrial was declared, Abramson arranged for “her jurors” to meet the boys. Soon after, talk show queen Sally Jesse Raphael hosted a program on “women who would leave their husbands to marry a Menendez.”

From Menendez mania to Free Jahar, the pathologies persist: Easily led. Emotion-driven. Desperate for male approbation. Prone to acting with their lady parts instead of their lady smarts. Heckuva job, feminism! All the equalization and parity in education and the workplace are for naught if women can’t distinguish right from wrong and “hot” from evil.

Lesson learned: You can indoctrinate generations of American women in the ways of gender empowerment, but you can’t make a goodly portion of them think straight. Hormones trump basic human decency and good judgment in the crowded coven of sociopaths.

Oh, those women.

 

 

About Antisthenes

A Greek philosopher, a pupil of Socrates. Led a revolt, with Diogenes, against the demands of the city-state and the sophistication of life. Accepted the interrelation of knowledge, virtue, and happiness; and sought the ideal condition for happiness in return to primitivism and self-sufficiency. Rejected all social distinctions as based on convention, scorned orthodox religion as a fabrication of lies, and studied early legends and animal life in order to arrive at a true understanding of natural law. The individual was free and self-sufficient when he was master of his passions, secure in his intelligence, impervious to social or religious demands, and satisfied with the poverty of a mendicant. Needless to say, a person who on the Fog of Chaos adopted the Athenian philosopher's name has nothing whatsoever in common with him.
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15 Responses to Mixed feelings

  1. Taurus says:

    How many of them? 5% ? 50% ? I’m afraid that secretly more than 80% or more admire violent men.

  2. cheap trick says:

    Women have only themselves to blame.

  3. Chantel says:

    I also have mixed feelings. And btw – have you abandoned your blog?

  4. mulberry wall says:

    Those femininists are the greatest enemies of decent womenhood.

  5. Monika says:

    It is hard to be a woman in the feminist age.

  6. ugly man says:

    They don’t mean well, those feminists.

  7. C Barita says:

    Women will have to sort out their silly sisters all by themselves.

  8. Machial Permoe says:

    It is revealing that the groupies are around the most worthless members of society – singers, “artists”, actors, murderers. Hardly ever around scientists or miners, farmers etc.

  9. G Kirchsall says:

    The female adulation of the terrorist Mandela is another good example.

  10. Class act says:

    Mixed? Me too.

  11. Men's Spirit says:

    It’s time to fight!

  12. cheap joke says:

    You expect women to be smarter than men? Come off it.

  13. Ben Makup says:

    It is good.

  14. whole mole says:

    Michelle malkin is right.

  15. Jordan says:

    Me too!

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