Wednesday, 3 September 2014

Feminism as Unthinking Hatred

Judgy Bitch throws up a guest-post from The Observing Libertarian, about how feminism is hate-speech. Examples are provided in the post (it's a long one and well-worth reading).

My comment added to the discussion:
Such vocal twisted hatred from a minority, with many of their attitudes spreading like a disease amongst the ordinary, makes me less and less inclined to be around people. I think that as I've become more aware I've noticed these things far more. It has gotten to the point where I cannot tolerate it, their reflexive distrust and despising of men makes me physically nauseated at times. 
With attitudes like this on display, going your own way and enjoying the decline becomes the more sensible option. To heck with civilization - the next generation is going to get lumped on worse than we are now. I don't want to bring children into a world like this, it would be an act of unparalleled cruelty. 
This must truly suck for those women who actually do want a decent life. As I've stated to others: "If you do not explicitly speak out against it, then you are implicitly endorsing it." Yet when we (men or women) speak out against it the hatred flows back redoubled, reflexively, from almost anyone with the slightest infection of the feminist memes and privilege. 
It appears that Idiocracy is the bleak outlook for the future, as the socialists vote themselves more perks. Those tired of being hated for speaking out fall silent and stage their own quiet individual revolt of non-participation.
These drive the bleaker moments in my life, possibly the same for many other MGTOW. An unending litany of hatred if you don't toe the line at every turn.

Even though I can charmingly bust their chops about it, even though I can make them giggle uncontrollably as I tease them for being feminist, it becomes wearing. I don't like having to be "invincibly charming" all the time. My natural introvert state finds it unbelievably tiring - and distrusting in that it feels both overbearing and fake.

Acting like an extrovert so I don't get hated, or remaining silent so I don't get hated. The latter is easier, in a world where everyone puts on a disgustingly fake surface of political correctness just so they can get along in life without being bothered by unthinking idiots and people with an agenda.
Feminists - the West at war with ourselves, sex vs sex, when there are more important things in the world to worry about. Like these statements from the Hadith:
Hadith Malik 362:1221 Ibn Fahd said: "I have some slave girls who are better than my wives, but I do not desire that they should all become pregnant. Shall I do azl (withdrawal) with them?" Hajjaj said: "They are your fields of cultivation. If you wish to irrigate them then do so, if not keep them dry."
Hadith Malik 511:1588 The last statement that Muhammad made was: "O Lord, perish the Jews and Christians. They made churches of the graves of their prophets. There shall be no two faiths in Arabia." (During the caliphates of the first four Caliphs this edict was fully carried out and all non-believers were removed from Arabia.)
Sexual slavery and intolerance built right into the religion - I wait for Eurabia to become real, as the foolish in Europe import Islam into their countries to displace their own.

Enjoy being Dhimmi in the land that your fathers built.


I forgot to attribute the second part to a recent post by Uncle Bob - April 2006 Message from Dan. Apologies for that'n Bob.


  1. Sounds like it might be best to turn women into slaves! John Norman thought so.

    1. Islam seems to have that idea - as I saw once in a documentary. Damn, where was that now?

      Thanks for your comment Bob, I just realized that I forgot to attribute the second part of the post to your latest post. Will fix that now.