…from the quill of Antisthenes the Younger
It would be easy to become a misogynist today. Yes, I do mean a sobriquet feminazis try to attach to anybody who does not follow their drums and whistles. In the original meaning of the word, before the coven of silly sisters got power to edit dictionaries, it was someone who hates women.
Feministas, perhaps not aware of who their masters are, are taking over publishing of what used to be called news. Recently, on-line El Pais changed its graphic, no surprise, but shortly thereafter I noticed the change in tenor. It used to be mildly left and then turned strongly left. Again, no surprise in 21 century. Then I noticed that most items are by females. That is the trend everywhere – American Scientist; Archaeology, New Scientist, at least in publications I know of. By the way -are they paid less than men? I doubt.
If you happen to get your hands on any of those materials, you would see that men have hardly anything good to do with anything. There are rare exceptions, of necessity. Females are unlikely to buy magazines, other than those dealing with abortion, make-up, sex and their successful, more promiscuous sisters, entertainment industry.
The main thrust is globalisation, socialism, obedience to the ruling elites, anti-Americanism (even Pol Pot’s crimes are America’ fault.) That thrust is sometimes overt, but mostly covert. The masters believe that thousand times repeated lie…
The telling sign is hypocrisy – the ignoring the plight of their sisters in Muslim countries, in Cuba or China they skilfully verbalise perfect complains about inconsequential matters as long as men can be blamed or at least made to pay.
For example, the cost of cosmetics is ignored. I will not mention the estimated value worldwide of cosmetic industry for you would not believe me; it would keep all African rulers in gold Mercedes for years. Search it yourselves. I am not against cosmetics as such, though they are obviously unsustainable and planet destroying. People, even women, will age anyway. A friend, born in Kenya of solid English stock, living there most of her life, and with almost perfect skin, despite her age, sixty plus, said to me that she had used only water on her face, following her mother’s advice.
Harpies wail against anything men do, but their own amusements and toys are sacred. Imagine if a half of what is spend on frivolous cosmetics was used for something worthwhile, say men’s health?