Lion of the Blogosphere

OK to hate men, but not OK to hate women

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An op-ed in the Washington Post:

Seen in this indisputably true context, it seems logical to hate men. I can’t lie, I’ve always had a soft spot for the radical feminist smackdown, for naming the problem in no uncertain terms. I’ve rankled at the “but we don’t hate men” protestations of generations of would-be feminists and found the “men are not the problem, this system is” obfuscation too precious by half.

So at the same time that the fakestream media is attacking any sort of “misogyny,” for example men complaining that they can’t get any sex is “misogynist” and they should be fired from their jobs, but it’s OK for major newspaper to print an op-ed endorsing hatred of men, and the person writing it actually got paid for her opinion!

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June 10, 2018 at EDT pm

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  1. Once you open your eyes to it, it’s pretty shocking just how gynocentric Western society is. How much contempt for men there is. How much men are expected to sacrifice and how little gratitude or appreciation there is for those sacrifices. How little regard there is for male concerns and well-being.

    What’s funny is that women are children and everyone subconsciously knows it, even feminists. It would be the same thing if a child wrote an essay complaining about adults. For the most part people would humor the child. It’s the same reason people instinctively blame men when women trade sex for opportunities with those men. Because everyone subconsciously knows that women are children who shouldn’t be held responsible for their inevitably bad judgment.

    In principle, I have no problem with the idea of putting women first and humoring their nonsense. We just need to keep them out of positions of authority and responsibility like we do with children.

    fortaleza84

    June 10, 2018 at EDT pm

    • Sadly true. Men sacrifice for society, always, as a general rule as part of the social contract forced on men to permit them to exist. Women, unless they have a family, don’t sacrifice for anyone.

      Panther of the Blogocube

      June 10, 2018 at EDT pm

    • “It would be the same thing if a child wrote an essay complaining about adults.”

      David Hogg?

      Curle

      June 10, 2018 at EDT pm

    • Not sure this is an apt comparison. Could children eviscerate social norms, dismantle religion, seize control of the media and academia? Women may be lacking in some capacities but what they excel at is emotional manipulation. Sometimes I think feminism’s impact on society is essentially a mass emotional manipulation on a global scale. Dismissing women as fluff thinkers is probably a tactical error. Think of all the soccer games that have been lost when an overconfident powerful team goes up against a lesser team.

      toomanymice

      June 10, 2018 at EDT pm

      • “Could children eviscerate social norms, dismantle religion, seize control of the media and academia?”

        Yes, of course, if society (1) gave them adult-level authority and power; (2) insisted everyone pretend that they are as competent as adults and that all their shortcomings were due to mistreatment by adults; and (3) allowed them (when it’s convenient) to demand and receive the deference and protection they have traditionally enjoyed.

        “Women may be lacking in some capacities but what they excel at is emotional manipulation. ”

        I disagree. Men are hard-wired to seek and value female validation, and women can and do take advantage of this. But it’s not women’s skill at work, it’s men’s weakness. Imagine an online forum where nobody knows anyone’s name and everyone is assumed to be male. Would women get ahead due to the emotional manipulation skills? Of course not.

        Actually, you can do an experiment on this subject, just join an online forum (non red-pill) and use a female name. Very quickly you will notice male posters tripping over eachother to do stuff for you. That’s emotional manipulation for you.

        fortaleza84

        June 10, 2018 at EDT pm

      • “Actually, you can do an experiment on this subject, just join an online forum (non red-pill) and use a female name. Very quickly you will notice male posters tripping over eachother to do stuff for you. That’s emotional manipulation for you.”

        When you play World of Warcraft as a girl, the male players give you free stuff.

        Lion of the Blogosphere

        June 10, 2018 at EDT pm

      • “Could children eviscerate social norms, dismantle religion, seize control of the media and academia?”

        No. But, children aren’t doing those things and neither are women. They are imitators and followers.

        Yes, there are a couple of women in the boardroom at some Hollywood studios, perhaps a few sprinkled around finance but not running things, a few in low significance jobs in BIGLAW but again running nothing. Even where they hold leadership positions they are almost entirely dependent on some male underling. My ex, who has a high visibility position, is just a female plant for guys running the show.

        Curle

        June 10, 2018 at EDT pm

      • Part of the danger of feminism is that it plays so much into male vanity and fantasies. The simple truth is that women are winning. They have a higher standard of living by any reasonable standard and almost every single person of any influence believes those discrepancies only ought to be exacerbated and that is exactly how things are trending. It’ll be years and years before the trend can even start to reverse itself.

        But the idiots in the comment section here think that since the woman writing this article is ugly that means men really must have it great.

        Magnavox

        June 10, 2018 at EDT pm

      • “Part of the danger of feminism is that it plays so much into male vanity and fantasies. The simple truth is that women are winning.”

        Women in the West have always enjoyed greater protection than men and greater concern for their well-being, needs, and desires. That’s gynocentrism and it’s been around for a long time. Probably it’s written into our genes at this point since females — not males — are the limiting factor in human reproduction.

        It may be true that feminism has some appeal to some men since it falsely asserts that men are the privileged group and the beneficiaries of discrimination, but I doubt that this is a big factor. Consider the feminist myth that there is a huge problem on college campuses with male students raping and sexually harassing female students. This is a lie which doesn’t flatter men in any way, and yet colleges are still bending over backwards to deny basic due process rights to male students accused of sexual assault in order to appease feminist demands.

        fortaleza84

        June 11, 2018 at EDT am

      • . Consider the feminist myth that there is a huge problem on college campuses with male students raping and sexually harassing female students. This is a lie which doesn’t flatter men in any way, and yet colleges are still bending over backwards to deny basic due process rights to male students accused of sexual assault in order to appease feminist demands.

        It does flatter men because it presents a fairytale where men get to rescue women from evildoers.

        Magnavox

        June 11, 2018 at EDT pm

      • “It does flatter men because it presents a fairytale where men get to rescue women from evildoers.”

        By that standard, pretty much any negative statement about men could be spun to be flattering to men. Therefore your point is meaningless.

        fortaleza84

        June 12, 2018 at EDT am

    • I’m sorry, but I can’t identify with these sentiments. White men still call all the shots in my world. I had one female boss when I was 25, since then all men. When I became a boss I had a male CFO and male COO. One woman in charge of sales, and she was pretty manly. In years of management consulting I have worked with dozens of corporations across America and international – always men in charge. I have met two female CFOs in my life and one female CEO. The investment bankers are white and South Asian men, the hedge fund managers are white and Middle Eastern men, the private equity teams have the occasional woman. I have never met a black executive either. My wife quit her job to raise her children, and so did most of my friends’ wives. Maybe I am the one who lives in a bubble, but it’s a pretty nice bubble. I have one relative whose wife henpecks him and who is now divorcing him and taking the assets, but fair enough. She is driven and intelligent and he is an aspergery man with no sex appeal. I kind of get why blacks and women complain, they have no real power and no real say what happens in society.

      Peter Akuleyev

      June 11, 2018 at EDT am

      • This is what’s known as the fallacy of the peak. People look at who holds the most high-status positions in society, see that it’s mostly men, and conclude that there must be discrimination in favor of men.

        Of course to adequately appraise things, one needs to look at the entire picture. Who does the most dirty, dangerous, demanding and unpleasant jobs? Who endures miserable commutes and long hours? etc. etc. It’s all men, and pretty much none of them are (or ever will be) CEOs.

        fortaleza84

        June 11, 2018 at EDT am

      • If talent/abstract intelligence tends to be more fat-tail distributed among men it makes sense that men are more visible both on the top and bottom of society.

        Peter Akuleyev

        June 11, 2018 at EDT am

      • “I have one relative whose wife henpecks him and who is now divorcing him and taking the assets, but fair enough. She is driven and intelligent and he is an aspergery man with no sex appeal.”

        It’s “fair enough” to plunder a man’s assets because he has no sex appeal?

        Kyo

        June 11, 2018 at EDT pm

  2. If you follow Feminism to it’s logical conclusion, this makes sense.

    Mike Street Station

    June 10, 2018 at EDT pm

  3. Don’t any of these these women have father, brother and sons?
    It is all craziness.

    Rosenmops

    June 10, 2018 at EDT pm

  4. Surprised she said all men and not just eeeeevil white men. I guess that constitutes progress.

    Lee

    June 10, 2018 at EDT pm

    • The funny part is that she focuses on violence. I mean, come on, violence? Like violent CEO’s? LOL. She probably also thinks too many “people of color” are in prison. Uh, the ones in prison are the violent ones, sister. She is a sociology prof. No wonder she has no grasp of sociology.

      not too late

      June 12, 2018 at EDT am

  5. Rule of ‘indisputable truth’ I guess.

    Rejected lesbians can never blame the target of their spurned affections. Have to blame the preferred other.

    Curle

    June 10, 2018 at EDT pm

  6. This is just now occurring to you, lion? It’s true of men, whites, and christians. The people that are supposed to be sticking up for those three groups (conservatives and republicans) only care about helping the rich and big businesses. And most of the cucks here go along with it. Even you lion, are willing to go whole hog on metoo because you think it will help republicans (so that they can just give away more stuff to the rich and big businesses while screwing over their voters).

    Magnavox

    June 10, 2018 at EDT pm

    • I’m not rich and I’m benefitting greatly from the Trump/Republicuck tax cuts.

      hard9bf

      June 10, 2018 at EDT pm

      • You would benefit much more from increasing your taxes, paying down the national debt, while drastically cutting housing, education, and health care costs. Any money you’re getting right now is just more debt.

        Magnavox

        June 10, 2018 at EDT pm

      • “You would benefit much more from increasing your taxes, paying down the national debt, while drastically cutting housing, education, and health care costs.”

        Utterly ridiculous. More tax money sent to the government means more money thrown down a bottomless pit and wasted.

        Pete

        June 11, 2018 at EDT pm

      • “More tax money sent to the government means more money thrown down a bottomless pit and wasted.”

        That’s caveman thinking.

        1. It’s a post-scarcity economy, scarcity is more of an illusion than a reality. Your are letting you caveman instincts get in the way of understanding the modern financial system (for which we did not evolve to understand from an emotional pespective).
        2. You shoult think of taxes as a way to prevent inflation rather than an actual transfer of value-creating assets form one person to a government.

        Lion of the Blogosphere

        June 11, 2018 at EDT pm

      • Pete: You’re almost certainly going to consume more in goverment spending then you give in taxes, making you one of those parasites you think you’re better than.

        Lion: Taxes go towards necessary spending. There’s trillions of dollars in waste, but the waste is all supported by republicans and the (idiots to a tee) commentors here because it’s giveaways to big business. But if I piece together what you said here with some other posts you made in the past, you make an excellent point: that since to much consumption is evaluated in relative rather than absolute terms, tax breaks don’t really make poeple any better off since everyone around them has more money as well.

        Magnavox

        June 11, 2018 at EDT pm

  7. She says: “maybe it’s time for us to go all Thelma and Louise and Foxy Brown on their collective butts.”

    Thelma and Louise is a movie about two women who murder a man who offended them at a bar, and who eventually drive off a cliff to commit suicide.

    This is pretty close to publishing a threat to kill.

    Roger

    June 10, 2018 at EDT pm

    • Thelma and Louise was simply a feminist version of Wakanda.

      Curle

      June 10, 2018 at EDT pm

  8. She sounds like the Farrakhan of feminism. It’s worth noting that she’s a lesbian and a professor of “gender studies”. I don’t want to paint with too broad of a brush. But there are a lot of homo haters out there. And, by that I mean. homosexuals who hate straight people and society in general. It’s like they’re mad at the world for being gay and just want to burn it down. While only a few gay men are like that it’s damned near unanimous among the lesbians who dominate feminism. Whatever made the men gay seems to have taken some of the aggression away. Contra, whatever made the women lesbian seems to have driven many of them over the edge with hatred, in general, and hatred of men, in particular.

    I’ve been hit on by homos and it was slightly annoying but never made me angry. I think a percentage of guys would fly into a violent rage over it, though. I also think lesbians are like that. Whatever made them lesbians also made them the equivalent of violent homophobes among straight men. Only instead of a straight man having a murderous rage against homosexuals it’s lesbians having a murderous rage against straight men. Because the lesbians are kind of like men, see? It’s the old joke of a straight man trapped in a woman’s body. That’s the irony of these crazy lesbian feminists — they’re basically the most extreme and violently homophobic men trapped in a woman’s body. And the idea of being ogled and hit on by men drives them into a murderous rage just like it would for some men.

    Anyway, I don’t doubt this lesbian feminist would eagerly spout how awful and violent men are towards women in intimate relationships. That seems o be tone of their biggest talking points — as if lesbians need to worry about that! Regardless, let’s compare. The National Violence Against Women survey found that 21.5 percent of men and 35.4 percent of women living with a same-sex partner experienced intimate-partner physical violence in their lifetimes, compared with 7.1 percent and 20.4 percent for men and women, respectively, with a history of only opposite-sex cohabitation.

    Did you see that? Homosexuals are MUCH more likely to abuse their partners than heterosexuals. With lesbians being almost TWICE as violent against their female partners as heterosexual men are. It’s almost twice as high as the domestic violence rates among gay men as well. So it takes a helluva lot of nerve for that lesbian feminist to try to paint domestic violence as an issue of “toxic masculinity”. But is it any surprise that a population so prone to domestic violence would also be more hateful?

    destructure

    June 10, 2018 at EDT pm

    • Are you saying lesbians experience men hitting on them? I’ve never seen or heard of it. In Berkeley, where I spent almost every day for 15 yrs., you’d often see black men hitting on women in the most explicit and stereotypical ways, but even they always seemed to pass over the shorthair dykes who resembled this woman.

      Marty

      June 10, 2018 at EDT pm

      • “Are you saying lesbians experience men hitting on them? “

        No. I said “the idea of being ogled and hit on by men drives them into a murderous rage just like it would for some men.” Obviously, a homophobe is likely to lose it if they’re hit on by a homo. But they don’t have to be hit on to hate homos. Similarly, lesbian feminists don’t have to be hit on to hate men.

        destructure

        June 10, 2018 at EDT pm

    • That is the unloved Face of Hate right there.

      She’s certainly no lipstick lesbian (i.e., an attractive woman raped or molestered as a child and, thus, can’t have a normal sexual relationship anymore but still craves a semblance of it).

      Her choice is between an ugly low-status man or an ugly woman. Hobson’s choice.

      hard9bf

      June 10, 2018 at EDT pm

      • She’s not that ugly. Either way I don’t understand the notion only attractive women can get married. I assume you all have gorgeous mothers?

        toomanymice

        June 10, 2018 at EDT pm

      • She has a normal face, no reason why she couldn’t be married at 18. It’s because of attitudes like this that I’m a feminist.

        Yakov

        June 10, 2018 at EDT pm

    • In an earlier epoch, with a mug like that, she’d be a nun.

      hard9bf

      June 10, 2018 at EDT pm

    • She may be ugly but she’s on the winning side. All the men commentors here are on the losing side and I imagine most of them are ugly too.

      Magnavox

      June 10, 2018 at EDT pm

      • The point of posting her picture is not to suggest that feminism/misandry is not ‘winning’ but rather to suggest that her psychological ugliness and resentment is driven by a fundamental wound that being rather unattractive inflicted on her. As a result, she lashes out at men.

        Being so inept at understanding human behavior takes a special kind of talent.

        Panther of the Blogocube

        June 11, 2018 at EDT am

      • There are a number of feminists who were pretty attractive in their youth: Susan Sontag, Gloria Steinem, Jane Fonda, and Susan Sarandon come to mind.

        I do think that there is a relationship between physical attractiveness and feminism, but I think it’s more complex than simply disaffectation due to ugliness during one’s formative years.

        Even this woman would be decent looking if she were 30 or 40 years younger; grew her hair longer; and made an effort to look feminine.

        fortaleza84

        June 11, 2018 at EDT am

      • I agree that very few white women are so ugly that they aren’t desirable if they have feminine hair and clothes and are under the age of 30.

        Lion of the Blogosphere

        June 11, 2018 at EDT am

      • “very few white women are so ugly that they aren’t desirable if they have feminine hair and clothes and are under the age of 30.”

        Yes, well…keeping themselves under 145 or so pounds seems to be the hard part.

        Pete

        June 11, 2018 at EDT pm

      • There are a number of feminists who were pretty attractive in their youth: Susan Sontag, Gloria Steinem, Jane Fonda, and Susan Sarandon come to mind.

        Plus virtually all the girls at good colleges. It’s not rare at all.

        The point of posting her picture is not to suggest that feminism/misandry is not ‘winning’ but rather to suggest that her psychological ugliness and resentment is driven by a fundamental wound that being rather unattractive inflicted on her. As a result, she lashes out at men.

        Being so inept at understanding human behavior takes a special kind of talent.

        I don’t know if the last part is aimed at me or what. But anyone with unconventional views (within the context of where they were raised) got that way by being excluded. Popular, successful people don’t reject the societal arrangements that gave them status. I don’t know what this woman’s background is but there are plenty of women like her who were raised in far left environments and actually were successful and popular even as teenagers, looking the same way and espousing the same views. She’s certainly successful and popular now as a gender studies professor.

        Magnavox

        June 11, 2018 at EDT pm

      • It’s also just stupid beyond belief to make this woman;s physical appearance any kind of argument against what she says. How many ugly, low status scientists made major, incontrovertible breakthroughs?

        Magnavox

        June 11, 2018 at EDT pm

      • Yeah, I am not seeing an irredeemably ugly face there. If she got a makeover, she would be okay. If she were a sweet person, people would overlook her plainness rather than focus on it. Maybe potential mates wouldn’t, but the rest of us would.

        not too late

        June 12, 2018 at EDT am

  9. OK to hate men, but not OK to hate women

    True gender equality means hating both.

    The Undiscovered Jew

    June 10, 2018 at EDT pm

    • True. If you ain’t misanthroping, you ain’t doing it right.

      driveallnight

      June 10, 2018 at EDT pm

  10. When males stop being givers and start being receivers like women as rabai Shalom Arush, point out in “Garden of Peace: A Marital Guide for Men Only”, then women couldn’t live with them and start hate them.

    Males needs to recover their Manhood first which mean to be givers and not receivers and then thing will start change. The lesbian phenomenon is just result of this situation.

    י.ד.

    June 10, 2018 at EDT pm

    • If “giving” includes imposing male discipline and male leadership on women, then I would agree with you. Unfortunately, people have a tendency to see male authority and leadership as inherently abusive — anything but a gift.

      fortaleza84

      June 10, 2018 at EDT pm

      • I think you missed me. These are receiving behavors and not giving behavors (comes from the places of rulling demand).
        To be giver you need to come from a place of desire free. You are dating with a girl. You are not accept anything from the girl. No rulling, no joy (of course she has to be acceptable by you), and no sex demands (eslpecially oral sex demand which are against her nature). The nature of women is to be receivers and not givver and when you reveal your desires it confused her.
        When she reveal her desire to be with you, be with her and even then stay giver and not receiver.

        י.ד.

        June 11, 2018 at EDT am

      • So women will start behaving better when men do more to cater to their desires without asking for anything in return?

        fortaleza84

        June 11, 2018 at EDT am

      • “So women will start behaving better when men do more to cater to their desires without asking for anything in return?”

        I don’t understand that part. Sounds like a strategy that worked well in the 1800s that’s obsolete today.

        Lion of the Blogosphere

        June 11, 2018 at EDT am

      • “I don’t understand that part. Sounds like a strategy that worked well in the 1800s that’s obsolete today.”

        Perhaps things are different if you live in an ultra-Orthodox Jewish community. In such a community, women are under intense social pressure to stay with (and be faithful to) their husbands; to keep problems within the community; to obey their parents; etc. Also, women typically marry young and have many many children.

        Under such circumstances, a woman has far less opportunity and power to make problems for her man than in a secular Western relationship.

        fortaleza84

        June 11, 2018 at EDT am

      • I don’t say the conditions of Westren secular society are similar to the conditions of Jewish orthodax community. The state of polygamy in American colleges is clearly against the intrests of most male, and the intrest of females in long run.
        And still the way of behaving most males behave, harden the situation. Most females don’t feel males are behave as givers (i.e. males) but as receivers (i.e. female). Thus the question arose: why to bother?

        And just to add I and my wife are not ultra orthodax but academic modern orthothox and we got some kids.

        י.ד.

        June 12, 2018 at EDT am

      • “I don’t say the conditions of Westren secular society are similar to the conditions of Jewish orthodax community”

        What you have said is not very comprehensible. You claim that men need to “be givers and not receivers” but you don’t really explain what that actually means. Does it mean that men should cater to women’s desires without asking for anything in return? I have no idea and probably you don’t either. Probably you are parroting some argument made by some rabbi without actually understanding it.

        fortaleza84

        June 12, 2018 at EDT pm

  11. Interesting bit of advice from Mike Thurston, a British fitness trainer whom I follow on You Tube. It runs from :50 to 1:12 of the video, just 12 seconds, but is something every man with Oneitis must know.

    Peter

    ironrailsironweights

    June 10, 2018 at EDT pm

  12. Historically feminism has a point. I remember growing up hearing that women cant drink beer, why? The rumor goes that Bikram, whom I like a lot and who was 2 times India’s Asana champion, stopped his wife from competing after she had won the championship 5 times because it was hurting his ego. I’m a feminist, mates. This is the right thing to be. Abortion argument is totally absurd though. A fetus is residing in a woman’s body and it doesn’t belong to her. Did she put it there? No. Is it gonna stay there forever? No. If illegals have a right to stay, why not the fetus? I’m a feminist with a common sense.

    Just woke up from a dream. I was talking to the King of Portugal and sailing under the Portuguese flag. I had told the king that I was a monarchist and believe in the absolute monarchy, which I’m don’t in real life. I’d honored the king with raising the flag of the ship and I kissed the flag and the king’s hand. Who can interpret this dream? Lion, do you have interesting dreams?

    Yakov

    June 10, 2018 at EDT pm

    • Sounds like a fragmented memory of another incarnaton. Judaism has a concept of reincarnation, gilgul, as I’m sure you know.

      [If illegals have a right to stay, why not the fetus?]

      This is just about the most brilliant thing I’ve ever read on this blog. lol

      toomanymice

      June 10, 2018 at EDT pm

      • I don’t believe in gilgul.There is no mention of it in the Talmud and earlier sources. Rav Saadia, 10th century sage, considers it a heretical belief.

        Yakov

        June 10, 2018 at EDT pm

    • ” I remember growing up hearing that women cant drink beer, why?”

      For one thing, it’s harder for women to metabolize alcohol than men. For another, when you combine alcohol with the sweet foods women constantly crave, it’s a recipe for serious weight gain.

      fortaleza84

      June 10, 2018 at EDT pm

  13. Great thread on ResetEra about Trump dissing the G7: https://www.resetera.com/threads/trump-pulls-out-this-time-g7-agreement-via-twitter-obviously.47967/

    It’s worth checking out just for the disproportionate chimpout. Because, at the end of the day, I mean, who cares? I understand chimping out over immigration or tweets against the NFL, but trade disputes? Give me a break.

    some gems:

    “He complains about Russia not being part of it and now actively breaks with all allies. He can’t be stupid enough to not see how everyone sees what’s clearly happening.”

    “It’s worse than that. Far worse. He’s just demolished the „West“ as we knew it. The US has transformed from being the cornerstone of that system to becoming it’s wrecking ball. Instead of promoting freedom over the world and being its undisputed leader, the US now officially declared their Western allies and their behaviour “security threats”, while at the same time they strife for good relationships with other countries like Russia, or that one country which lets snipers take down unarmed nurses at its border.

    I know some people hope that #46 will redeem the US, but the damage which is done right before our eyes here in real time is so massive that we are talking about generations which will be negatively affected by it.

    I mean, the US just proved that they are capable of electing an imbecile who doesn’t give a single flying fuck about the decision of his very own predecessors. Lesson learned here is that this could happen again every time now.”

    “As much as a I loathe Trump, it’s not often like this that he makes me this anxious and upset.
    As destructive as he is on a number of issues, actively taking aggression toward our allies really draws a line.”

    “I feel like I know more about this orange piece of shit than many other individuals in the world. It’s been an unhealthy obsession since he announced his run, I read the politics subreddit everyday, I kept thinking of him when I was reading a book about body language recently (yes from his body language he is deeply insecure and a narcissist, of course!). I will never forgive the idiots on That Other Forum for never taking him seriously, constantly quipping “can’t stump the trump” when he did something horrible, and imploring him to get past the primaries. Then that feeling of despair towards the end. Fuck you idiots.”

    “It is time for the European Union to draw in Canada, and start replacing those international organs between the EU and the US with more tightly integrated ones. Replace NATO with a European army to drop the US and Turkey as they are no longer reliable, strengthen the EU economic collaboration and come out as one country for the G20 and others, …”

    Otis the Sweaty

    June 10, 2018 at EDT pm

    • I usually hate on Trump but liking the whole alienating western allies. We need to drive away Canada, Germany and France some more. Can’t believe im typing this but rooting 4 Trump to wreak some more havoc.

      mpt

      June 10, 2018 at EDT pm

      • What is your motive for wanting to drive them away?

        destructure

        June 11, 2018 at EDT am

      • You really think Russia will be a better ally to the US than Canada/Western Europe? At the most basic level Russia doesn’t need our weapons, doesn’t want our Hollywood and cultural crap (at least officially), prefers German cars and French cheese, is trying to reduce its dependence on our ag exports, and sees us as a major rival in the energy sector. We will never have a strong economic relationship with Russia. Maybe it makes Trump feel good to spit on people he sees as feckless and soft, but long term we still need Europe.

        Peter Akuleyev

        June 11, 2018 at EDT am

    • It’s getting hard to discern the trolls from the respectable people. Did you see the front page of the New York Times today? Total insanity; Peter Baker says the United States is openly in war with Canada now. Just dumb, dumb shit.

      Richard

      June 10, 2018 at EDT pm

      • There’s a movie I’d watch, Gunboats of Lake Erie.

        Curle

        June 10, 2018 at EDT pm

    • Who’s taking advantage of the US “piggy bank”?
      China – $636 billion traded with a $375 billion deficit.
      Canada – $582 billion traded with an $18 billion deficit.
      Mexico – $557 billion traded with a $71 billion deficit.
      Japan – $204 billion traded with a $69 billion deficit.
      Germany – $171 billion traded with a $65 billion deficit.
      The largest categories were automobiles, petroleum, and cell phones.

      cesqy.

      June 10, 2018 at EDT pm

    • “He’s just demolished the „West“ as we knew it.”

      Funny, the West seemed to survive Japanese auto quotas in the 1970s.

      Curle

      June 10, 2018 at EDT pm

      • ResetEra is likely full of berniewhytes and NAM mediocreties peddling their edukashin

        These people are incapable of reasoning from themselves and drawing concluaions from data

        Paul Ryan's Sickly Old Lap Dog

        June 11, 2018 at EDT am

      • ResetEra HATE Bernie. The woke Left loves free trade and Wall Street.

        Otis the Sweaty

        June 11, 2018 at EDT am

  14. The hilarious thing is, after wishing hate upon us, she asks us for support. (“Lean in… Only vote for feminists…etc.”) She doesn’t seem to understand that men owe her nothing.

    raoulduke2767

    June 10, 2018 at EDT pm

  15. She’s clearly an idiot and a symptom of a stupitopia (idiocracy was taken).

    Such an obviously – and I mean remedially obvious – narrow spectrum view of history used to inductively conclude hatred of all men is not discourse; not reason; just psychobabble used to reverberate with those discontented women who chose the path of mammon over love and are frustrated it can only get them so far whilst living a void, spiritualless, life of essentially self-aware decay. I.e. there are many women who cannot accept their sex’s historical mediocrity is a function of sexual dimorphism.

    A Dilettante

    June 10, 2018 at EDT pm

    • Outstanding comment.

      Two in the Bush

      June 10, 2018 at EDT pm

    • That’s a great comment. However, I wouldn’t be too quick to dismiss women’s “historic mediocrity”. Every great man had a mother. In fact, the greatest thing a woman can be is a mother. I hope every smart women chooses to be mothers rather than chasing a career. Someone else could always do that job. But who else can have her children? I tell you honestly, that if one of my daughters had to choose between a distinguished career and having children that I hope she’d choose the latter.

      destructure

      June 10, 2018 at EDT pm

      • Do they know that?

        not too late

        June 12, 2018 at EDT am

  16. These SJW women are profoundly sick and twisted. If it wasn’t for the Western civilization they enjoy, courtesy of white men, they’d still be living in grass huts.

    Polar Bear

    June 10, 2018 at EDT pm

    • I think you mean, getting raped in grass huts.

      Paul Ryan's Sickly Old Lap Dog

      June 11, 2018 at EDT am

    • No, they’d be dead of dehydration and starvation in a few days.

      Panther of the Blogocube

      June 11, 2018 at EDT am

      • Nah, they would be digging grubs to eat from muddy river banks. Their children would be starving, however.

        not too late

        June 12, 2018 at EDT am

  17. Making fun of women and minorities is the equivalent of making fun of Down’s Syndrome kids and cripples.

    Gazza90

    June 10, 2018 at EDT pm

    • What if society demanded we all pretend that Down’s syndrome kids are just as smart as everyone else

      fortaleza84

      June 11, 2018 at EDT am

  18. Camille Paglia has argued that the problem with feminism is that aggressive lesbians will always dominate such groups and such organizations, and since their mindset and desires are completely at odds with normal women feminism (under such a regime) is doomed to cause women nothing but misery.

    PerezHBD

    June 10, 2018 at EDT pm

  19. One odd thing about the op-ed. I expect an article of the type “I hate X group” to include a comment that some members of the group are worthy of respect. It might say, “some of my best friends are X”, or “some of X are respected scholars”.

    Instead the article says, “I love Michelle Obama as much as the next woman”! Michelle Obama is a woman, not a man.

    Roger

    June 10, 2018 at EDT pm

    • I thought for eight years that Michelle was the man in the Obama WH.

      cesqy.

      June 10, 2018 at EDT pm

  20. We haven't reached the bottom yet

    June 11, 2018 at EDT am


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