Tuesday, April 26, 2016

Quickies: An Uncomfortable Truth

     We all know about Al Gore’s fraudulent An Inconvenient Truth, right? A “documentary” that contains fewer actual facts per frame than any “documentary” not produced and directed by Michael Moore – so fraudulent that it was thrown out of English classrooms by judicial decree. Well, Gentle Reader, any man – meant to designate a member of the male sex this time -- who dispassionately studies the history of the First World over the past five decades is likely to arrive at an uncomfortable truth:

     The female of our species has a biological purpose. That’s to find a suitable mate, bear children and raise them to sexual maturity. That’s nature’s assignment to women. Anything else is either in support of that purpose, frivolous or in opposition to biological necessity.

     The result of a century of feminism is a society that works against the interests of women. Young men are no longer obligated to get married and be family men. In fact, being a traditional male is routinely mocked by popular culture. All the pressure on men is to not get married. Instead, males have easy sexual access to females, to whom they have no obligation, other than cab fare to the abortion clinic.

     It’s not just young females who are suffering from a century of feminism. Middle-aged women have always faced a difficult time. The kids leave and the mother’s purpose expires. Every man over the age of 40 understands that women often go bonkers at this stage of life. They get into weird causes or begin to obsess over trying to look young. Because we live in an age where so many women made it to this age without bearing children, we now have a surplus of women like Melissa Click.

     Indeed. Biological purposes are primary purposes. They must be served for the race to survive, much less flourish. To demote them in favor of some secondary or tertiary purpose is a shortcut to extinction. Feminism is the label our era has given to that demotion.

     Some First World women do understand this. Some of those, however, have dedicated themselves to denying it and destroying anyone who proclaims it. What are the various percentages? I cannot say...but I fear we’ll find out the hard way.

1 comment:

Jack Imel said...

Feminism... Pah! I've tried to ignore the movement, and to what extent I have succeeded is because of a sensible, God-loving spouse who brought me two children who have been a blessing for nigh unto 50 years now.
There ain't nothing feminine about feminism.