Politicians Tweaking the Nose of Radical Feminism

by careyroberts on August 5, 2011

Two weeks ago Debbie Wasserman Schultz, Democratic National Committee chair, met her match in one Rep. Allen West. It seems that Wasserman Schultz waited until West left the House floor, then cut loose with a liberal jeremiad for the congressman’s support of the GOP-supported Cut, Cap, and Balance Act.

Apprised of the incident, the former Lieutenant Colonel fired back, calling her “the most vile, unprofessional, and despicable member of the House of Representatives…If you have something to say to me, stop being a coward and say it to my face.”

It wasn’t the first time the libber-turned-congresswoman saw her grandstanding tactics backfire.

A couple months ago Wasserman Schultz accused House Republicans seeking to cut off taxpayer abortion funds with waging a “war on women.”

In the past, the slightest suggestion of a GOP “war on women” would be enough to bring out the white flag a-flutter. But this time the stiff-spined GOP refused to be buffaloed by the high-octane rhetoric. Within days a group of Republican women fired back, calling Wasserman Schultz’s demagoguery “baseless” and “inaccurate.”

For years, feminists have succeeded in dictating the parameters and vocabulary of the gender debate. By trotting out a sympathetic victim, playing on lawmaker chivalry, or resorting to outright falsehoods, feminists have been able to maintain hegemony over the public discourse. Politicians, newspaper editors, even university presidents learned to toe the feminist line, or else become tagged with the “anti-woman” moniker.

All that changed on February 18. That’s the day the U.S. House of Representatives’ continuing resolution bill scrapped the funding for Planned Parenthood’s abortion business.

In short order, revenue-pinched state legislatures took up the same refrain. Planned Parenthood funding cuts were approved in Indiana, Kansas, and North Carolina. Indiana Governor Mitch Daniels signed HB 1210, prohibiting abortion providers from receiving state funds.

Another sacred cow of radical feminism is the near-automatic award of child custody to a divorcing woman. The fact that children who lose contact with their loving fathers are far more likely to drop out of school and get in trouble with the law doesn’t seem to register with feminist logic (forgive the oxymoron, if you will).

But in recent weeks, a bevy of Republican presidential candidates, including Herman Cain and Gary Johnson, lined up to pronounce the current system deeply flawed. Newt Gingrich castigated the “extreme anti-male bias” of family courts.

Another gem in the feminist diadem is the Violence Against Women Act, which is used as a slush fund by domestic violence groups to support lobbying efforts for a broad array of radical causes. But two weeks ago, House Judiciary Committee member Ted Poe vowed to make the law gender neutral. “I certainly agree with equal protection under the law. And maybe a name change is in order,” the Texas congressman explained.

And it’s not just politicians who are poking holes in the feminist catechism of gender victimhood.

Following its embarrassing overtime loss to the Japanese women’s soccer team, Bryant Gumbel of HBO Sports revealed the double-standard that permeates sports reporting these days. “Had a men’s team turned in a similar performance,” Gumbel commented, “papers and pundits nationwide would have had a field day assailing the players, criticizing the coach, and demanding widespread changes to a men’s national team that flat-out choked.”

Then the cheeky “Everything I Do Is Wrong” campaign by the California Milk Processor Board that lampooned clueless men and hormone-addled women. The campaign triggered the wrath of the feminist Politburo, with Ms. Magazine demanding an immediate end to the “sexist” campaign.

The Ms. Magazine antics elicited this rejoinder from columnist Jenn Taylor: “What better way to expose portrayals of women as irrational whiners and hysterical bitches than by whining irrationally and bitching hysterically?”

It gets worse.

It’s one thing when conservative knuckle-draggers delight in the excesses of feminism. But when a fellow liberal debunks a feminist sacred cow, that’s hitting below the belt!

That’s exactly what the current issue of Time magazine does – it puts to the lie the shibboleth that working women pull a second shift when they come home, facing a pile of dirty laundry and shrieking kids, as dad lounges on the porch to watch the Dodgers game. According to Ruth Davis Konigsberg, “Quantitatively speaking, we have no grounds to stand on. And it’s time that women — myself included — admit it and move on.”

It’s getting harder and harder for the gender guerillas to play the victim card. Things are looking grim.

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Iurnman83 August 5, 2011 at 06:08

Seems like people may be waking up a bit. I wouldn’t expect a revolution because of this, but one can never tell what happens.

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Quartermain August 5, 2011 at 06:13

Bad house guests often get evicted.

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AfOR August 5, 2011 at 06:40

Those who light (arson) fires always plea for clemency and understanding when their own house catches alight.

Don’t be fooled by it, and don’t do anything to put the fires out.

Grab your marshmallows and weiners and a six pack.

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djc August 5, 2011 at 06:42

I like Adam West. The dude speaks his mind, and doesn’t care who likes it or not. We need more men in Congress like him. Unfortunately, most of them are spineless maggots like Harry Reid.

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UncreditedSource August 5, 2011 at 06:58

It will take time. But the era of Slave Morality is coming to an end. When the entitlement ship sinks, the idiots will be trampling each other for a spot in a lifeboat.

The answer is to build your own ship, run it tightly, and throw overboard anyone who can’t row their own weight.

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Robert August 5, 2011 at 07:01

Politicians should be punching radical feminism in the nose.

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Robert August 5, 2011 at 07:14

Let karma reek upon them and their ilk what they have reeked upon all men and boys.

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greyghost August 5, 2011 at 07:29

I knew something was different Welmer. You posted an article about a women that was shamed for filing a false rape claim with police in the seattle area. The police report with the comments of all parties include comments about the odor of the false rape claimer’s vagina was publicly displayed. Showing the reason for the claim was her shame and embarressment vindictiveness at being called out by a guy that turned her down for sex due to her “stinks”. I was very surprised that was made public.

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greyghost August 5, 2011 at 07:33

Also feminism is a policical philosophy of affluence. The money has run out.

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John Boy August 5, 2011 at 07:36

Feminism is now competing with many other minority groups for resources, resources which are becoming increasingly scarce. As a consequence, they are becoming a luxury item fewer people want or can afford. Worse, MGTOW means not just political support but the money that follows. The last two generations of women have left wreckage in their wake and are now calling again for men to help out their cause. Like an adult child still living at home, its time feminists get a job and start paying their share of the bills. They are not children any more.

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Smh August 5, 2011 at 07:42

Bryant Gumbel’s analysis is absolutely right, but he isn’t the only one calling out the coddling treatment the US Women’s Team is getting. This is from the Dallas Observer:

“Let me get this straight: The U.S. entered the competition in Germany as the No. 1-ranked team in the world. In the final they played a Japanese team they had beaten the previous 25 matches. They had leads of 1-0 late and 2-1 even later…

Why are we cheering for choking? And how does Solo (US goalie) end up on the cover of Sports Illustrated…

We’re supposed to treat the women as equals. But when they suffer a devastating, embarrassing loss to an inferior opponent in the most important game of their lives they aren’t criticized, but lauded for some heroic achievement.”

http://blogs.dallasobserver.com/sportatorium/2011/07/wait_the_us_womens_soccer_team.php

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mananon August 5, 2011 at 07:44

This is good to read – slowly but surely some people in the US are waking up. Of course, it’s probably not a coincidence this is happening now that the US government is indebted up to its eyeballs; some polticians are probably waking up to the fact feminism is expensive, and in hard times unnecessary and wasteful follies are usually the first things to be trimmed.

What mystifies me is why no senior Democratic party members have the gumption to see what many Republicans see – that feminism and feminist programs are expensive, unjust and unneeded.

As for the UK, well I await to see if and when Britain goes bust what will happen to feminism here…

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Poiuyt August 5, 2011 at 07:46

The economic shit hit the fan this last monday the 1st of august when entitlementalism, political pork, big government, slush funding and state sponsored pet programs, hithertoe peddled as the holy grail of culture and politics, at the point of a gun over a cowed people, was recognised as unsustainable.

15 trillion dollars and more, worth of USA indebtedness, with nothing to show for it, except unemployment, deep social conflict and moral degeneracy, was just too much a measure of national economic bankruptcy for even the most rabid totalitarian statists and big government worshipers to support.

It is the same imminent economic collapse due to social and moral collapse with UK, Europe, Canada, Australia and Scandanavia. They have all pushed marxist genderism and liberalism too much and the pillars of their societies are collapsing. And how can it not be so, when only a half by gender of their growing populations are obligated to produce something, to work, to be accountable and to be responsible ?

Because as most ordinary folks know too well, social, moral and political bankruptcy can be ignored or even boasted of as an ideal situtation, as long as a people can also boast of prosperity or at least economic solvency. But the instant economic collapse and insolvency is threatened as a consequence of too much nonsense, irrationality, ideology and bigotry, it becomes time to examine the hitherto acceptable untruths and perverse suppositions.

There is going to be a gigantic national roll-back of femalism, femaleist genderism and the attendant bigotries of chivalry and chauvenism that support it in the west. That is, because the powers-that-be have starred over the precipice into the social, moral, political and economic abysss and decided not to go there.

The belated realization, that a people cannot be economically enslaved by national indebtedness as well as moraly and socialy bankrupted, means that genderist bigotry, white knighting and liberalist chauvenism is comming to an end. All the previously accepted anti-male attitudes leading to institutional discrimination, misandry and thus economic bankruptcy, will increasingly be frowned upon, rejected and even themselves criminalised.

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Will August 5, 2011 at 08:10

Quote Poiuyt:
“There is going to be a gigantic national roll-back of femalism, femaleist genderism and the attendant bigotries of chivalry and chauvenism that support it in the west. That is, because the powers-that-be have starred over the precipice into the social, moral, political and economic abysss and decided not to go there.”

Or alternatively there may be EVEN MORE attempts by the STATE to transfer FINANCIAL RESPONSABILITY for the upkeep of Women (and Children) onto Individual Men & Men Collectively. For Instance if you even associate with a female who has children beconing liable for child support or the imposition of a BACHELOR Tax or the equivalent.

Its going interesting to watch what happens regardless.

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Troll King August 5, 2011 at 08:16

OT.

Man gets cancer and medicaid wont help him because he isnt a woman.

http://www.midlandsconnect.com/news/story.aspx?id=648330#.TjvybReR5xw.reddit

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Towgunner August 5, 2011 at 08:26

As we face certain austerity measures and as the economic woes continue to weigh on everyone (this has been going on since 2007), except for the state sponsored “diversity” hires, which are usually very un-diverse being mostly young, white, good looking, women from mid to upper class backgrounds, people are increasingly becoming ‘real’ about…everything. It’s a growing realization that we are facing a world of limitations. Hitherto, the artificially low interest rates enabled by our soon to be replaced status as the global reserve currency gave the impression that nothing would ever stop our prosperity. Hubris. With that, people are learning from their mistakes (slowly) and that the idea of excess into perpetuity is indeed too good to be true. Our entitlement society is being re-accessed and with that the biggest recipients will be scrutinized. women being ½ of the population are the largest entitlement set in all of history, so, we should continue to see cracks in the feminist foundation. Let’s face it, feminism got to where it was by being weak, playing the victim card, whining and complaining. I sometimes think that much of the conservative placating was a function of the perceived never ending wealth machine that was America. Simply, we had the philanthropic ‘margin’ if you will to do it, when the markets were going parabolic etc. This also applies to other special interest groups that made their name by being weak and appealing to the collective pity of others, namely the gay movement.
Importantly, one group that is NOT applicable in any way are Blacks, their unfortunate plight was mutually exclusive from this. As such, they are extremely capable and great people, moreover, Black men know about the destructiveness of feminism better than anyone.
We are entering a new paradigm of limited resources. Those components of our society that were a derivative of excess should be rightly seeing their positions wane. Without question, feminism is a gross excess of recent history and a symbol of post-modern hubris. After all, it’s the spiting of reality and nature. As many of us here continue to predict, the collapse of our systems will collapse feminism.
One thing I see as opportunistic for our forum is to be the true vanguard in shaping the post-entitlement and post-feminist world. An important direction we can take is to engage in male empowerment. Theignoredgender youtube channel does an excellent job highlighting misandry in the media. I completely support exposing and fighting the clear sexism that occurs, but, what these adds and tv shows are is a not-so-sophisticated attempt to oppress men because women are afraid of us living to our full potential. Now is the time to live to our full potential. We can do that by being our own champions!

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criolle johnny August 5, 2011 at 08:36

Poiuyt 15 trillion dollars …
A million seconds is 11-1/2 days.
A billion seconds is 31 years
A trillion seconds is a bit over 31,688 years.
It took Bush II eight years to generate a trillion $$$ deficit.
It took Obama less than 90 days to match it.
This years budget has a 1.4 trillion $$$ deficit.
At $1 per second, it will take about 50,000 years to pay just THAT deficit, without interest.
There . is . not . enough . money . in . the . world … literally.

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keyster August 5, 2011 at 08:49

“What mystifies me is why no senior Democratic party members have the gumption to see what many Republicans see – that feminism and feminist programs are expensive, unjust and unneeded.”

The single largest identifiable voting bloc for the Democratic Party are single women, that’s why. Without the single woman vote, the Democratic Party is sunk. Go to any Democratic legislators web site and “Women’s Issues” will be listed as a major concern.

And there are more single women now, as a percentage of the population, than ever before in our history…because they’re delaying marriage to try and be more like men, until for so many, it’s too late.

This shift in awareness of feminist mythology would never have been possible without the internet. Feminists can’t figure out how to cuntrol it. It’s the Pandora’s Box of truth, now opened for all to see.

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Troll King August 5, 2011 at 09:06

What is interesting is that even NOW is afraid and getting on the president and VP asses over the budget. Apparently Biden told the president to hold a meeting about the budget a while back and he didn’t want any women or feminists to attend. NOW got angry and sent a petition to the VP and president.

NOW has also been going crazy over social security and medicare and other issues that “will affect women and their children.”

The debt ceiling agreement reached by the White House and congressional leaders over the weekend deals a serious blow to women’s economic security. If approved by both houses of Congress, the agreement will impose $1 trillion in cuts to programs such as family planning clinics, food stamps, college tuition assistance, child care and a host of other programs that disproportionately serve and employ women. But that is just the first part of the agreement.

This initial set of cuts is to be followed by an even more ambitious deficit-reduction package designed by a “super committee” composed of an equal number of Republicans and Democrats from both houses of Congress. The super committee’s proposal would be put to an up-or-down vote later this year — thus relieving elected officials from doing their job of crafting legislation through a deliberative, committee-based process. So-called triggers in the super committee’s charter are designed to make it more likely than not that the ultimate product will include cuts in Medicare, Medicaid and possibly Social Security (and possibly military spending), but not meaningful taxes on the wealthiest or corporations.

From here:
http://now.org/press/08-11/08-01.html

It is obvious that their desire to tax the wealthiest is due to needing to fund their special interest and government programs that benefit them and harm others.

Here is another link:
http://www.now.org/issues/economic/2012budget/

To quote:

bbing women to pay millionaires and corporations will not save the economy. We need jobs — not harmful cuts to key government programs. The people of this country overwhelmingly know this to be true, but wealthy elites are demanding tax breaks for themselves and spending cuts for the rest of us.

Social Security, Medicare, Medicaid, food stamps, college grants, Head Start and many other programs that disproportionately serve and employ women are on the bargaining table. The administration is holding out for $4 trillion over 10 years in the most gut-wrenching program cuts ever, but at least the president also wants to require the wealthy to pay some taxes. Republicans thus far have refused to agree to taxes to raise new revenues. We CANNOT allow the White House or congressional Democrats to accept a bad budget deal that throws women and their families under the bus to go forward.

Here is a link on VAWA:
http://now.org/issues/violence/VAWTestimonyTerry7-12-11.pdf

It is interesting how much they need government to even stay afloat. This says a lot about women, or feminists, and how they deny women agency and responsibility. Either that or all women really can’t compete with men and need big daddy government to tilt the playing field in their favor.

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demirogue August 5, 2011 at 09:17

Fathers are important. But saying that, you won’t see true progress until women ditch their maiden PATERNAL names when they marry. Once they let go of that mentality, the one of being an individual within a marriage, things should start to improve.

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ahamkara August 5, 2011 at 09:41

This could be an opportunity for republicans to steal some democratic votes. I’ve been a lifelong liberal, but boy did I start to think that one over after going through family court. I still hold a lot of liberal principles, but kids come first. If the only candidate willing to take on family law is a republican, I might be willing to choke down the parts of right-wing political philosophy that I don’t agree with. I never thought I would say that, but seriously… it’s my kids. You want to fuck with that, great way to lose a supporter who was otherwise blindly devoted.

If the republicans can’t do it, where to go from there? Libertarians? Hell I’d run for office myself except I am too busy saving my own ass at the moment.

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Uncle Elmer August 5, 2011 at 09:54

Even Salon is joining the stampede to crap on feminism, though they don’t know it yet. Or perhaps they do, as male commentators routinely demolish their idiot forums, and the click traffic reveals where the money is to be had.

Maybe the politicians have been reading the manosphere and feel emboldened to take a stand.

Would that Democrats realize that feminism is eviscerating their party and driving thoughtful men into the open where they can be harvested by Republican headhunters.

Wednesday had an essay on “world’s hottest bod” 66-yo that we are supposed to agree with.

Thursday an essay on “the sugar-daddy phenomenon”.

Today, these gems :

I’m through dating jerks but nice guys bore me
I want respect. But where’s the spark?

http://www.salon.com/life/since_you_asked/2011/08/04/dating/index.html

This is why I’m fat
After untagging yet another horrifying Facebook photo, I had to admit the truth about myself

http://www.salon.com/life/body_wars/index.html?story=/mwt/feature/2011/08/04/this_is_why_im_fat

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keyster August 5, 2011 at 09:54

“The debt ceiling agreement reached by the White House and congressional leaders over the weekend deals a serious blow to women’s economic security.”

Why can’t they wander the streets looking for cans and bottles, sleep under bridges at night and beg for spare change at intersections? Our White House and congressional leaders seem to be fine with MEN living like that.

Women have always and will always trade vaginal access for economic security from men. It’s either that or government welfare. The sisters can’t do it for themselves. That’s NOW’s cuntundrum. Women need help because they’re inferior, not because they’re an “oppressed” victim class.

Everybody knows this, but broaching it is akin to saying, “you’re just in a bad mood because of your period”. Men are TRAINED to avoid these discussions.

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continent August 5, 2011 at 10:02

If a man had touched this person’s breast area and convicted, would he had to register with sex offender registry? Or charged with VAWA?
http://www.baltimoresun.com/news/maryland/baltimore-county/bs-md-co-mcdonalds-beating-plea-20110804,0,1587469.story

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mananon August 5, 2011 at 10:10

@Keyster August 5, 2011 at 08:49

“The single largest identifiable voting block for the Democratic Party are single women, that’s why. Without the single woman vote, the Democratic Party is sunk. Go to any Democratic Party legislators website and “Women’s Issues” will be listed as a major concern.”

So judging from your answer Democratic Party members/politicians aren’t ignorant of the problem, but are actually quire willing to jeopardise their country for the sake of appealing to their electoral base. And their voters are quite willing to let them carry on doing that.

Feminism is just another self-serving interest group leaching off of taxpayers.

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John Boy August 5, 2011 at 10:10

The feminist economic position has always been women and children (to the lifeboats) first. After they have taken their “fair share” men can fight over whatever crumbs are left, assuming there are any. The policies they put forward as well as their rhetoric treat men as if they don’t even exist. Their behavior is as if they have been operating in a vacuum where their actions never harm or impact anyone else so they needn’t worry about anybody but themselves.

This is one reason that this economic downturn is such a rude surprise. The reality is that many of these Princesses are quite expendable. Feminists have foregone the age old strategy of cooperation through marriage and thinking they could do better on their own only to find out that they are the ones who are not needed. That old joke about a fish and a bicycle must not seem so funny anymore.

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Towgunner August 5, 2011 at 10:21

@ John Boy,

After all MEN made everything in the world. Good post.

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Anonymous August 5, 2011 at 10:47

TSA at airports; Do you know what gender is groping you?
http://www.breitbart.com/article.php?id=D9OTHTD82&show_article=1
quote
“Yang started living as a woman and taking hormones to feminize her appearance in 2006, two years before she applied to work for TSA. Her interviewer never doubted that the delicately featured candidate with artfully applied makeup and finely arched eyebrows was a woman, she said. Her California driver’s license identifies her as female. “

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Ollie August 5, 2011 at 10:55

@Uncle Elmer
That Salon article is pure gold. It looks like her rationalization hamster had a heart attack:

?”There is no excuse for how I got like this. I don’t have a thyroid condition. It’s not raining Goobers in New York City. Every ounce of padding came in through my mouth, via my hand. Nobody did this to me. I did it to myself — one bad decision at a time.”

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continent August 5, 2011 at 10:58

TSA dilemma at airports, how do you know whatgender is groping you and can you get offended by opposite sex feeling your privates?
http://www.breitbart.com/article.php?id=D9OTHTD82&show_article=1
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“Yang started living as a woman and taking hormones to feminize her appearance in 2006, two years before she applied to work for TSA. Her interviewer never doubted that the delicately featured candidate with artfully applied makeup and finely arched eyebrows was a woman, she said. Her California driver’s license identifies her as female.”

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Tom August 5, 2011 at 11:02

It is ridiculous that the politicians would throw silly double standards our way, and that the public would buy into it. In this society, the word “equality” is taken to mean female supremacy. I might believe that this society is for equality when:

A female politician (or male) sends only women to the front lines of a war.
A mother instructs her daughter to “never hit a boy”.
An newspaper article says “2,000 thousand Men and children died, Can’t we do something about it.” A charity is started that addresses
this.
The parents of a boy, tell his female date, “Have him home by ten, or else”
There is a government program for Men with Infants and children (MIC)
After a teenage boy is gunned down by a gang in the city, the mayor holds a forum to address Violence against Men.
A elementary school has a poster that says “Boys can do anything”.
A deadbeat mom is hounded for child support, and has to get a second job to pay for it.
Women are instructed to hit on guys in bars, (or they are left without a partner), and are called a pervert, if they do the initiation “wrong” (Or right.)

Well, you get the idea. Tell me if you agree with this list. And add some of your own lists. Forward these ideas to as many people as possible. Their idea of “equality” doesn’t work.

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Ollie August 5, 2011 at 11:08

@Troll King:

“programs such as family planning clinics, food stamps, college tuition assistance, child care and a host of other programs that disproportionately serve and employ women. ”

Government handouts, along with the largesse of some very wealthy social engineers (i.e. foundation money), are the fuel that powers the femocracy. When the govt money runs out, their system won’t completely collapse, it will be on a lifeline of foundation cash. It’s up to us to seize the moment and exorcise the demon when it reaches this weakened state. The way we do it is to continue to spread the message of the MRA movement, and continue exposing the truth behind the demonic fematrix. I suggest we follow the game plan that was taken to eradicate nazism after WWII- constant repetition of the message, coupled with emotional portrayals of the damning evidence.

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Uncle Elmer August 5, 2011 at 11:25

@Uncle Elmer
That Salon article is pure gold. It looks like her rationalization hamster had a heart attack:
———

The thought of an obese woman pole-dancing is pretty funny though. Would make a great kinetic sculpture.

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Ollie August 5, 2011 at 11:26

@Keyster

“The single largest identifiable voting bloc for the Democratic Party are single women, that’s why. Without the single woman vote, the Democratic Party is sunk. Go to any Democratic legislators web site and “Women’s Issues” will be listed as a major concern.

And there are more single women now, as a percentage of the population, than ever before in our history…because they’re delaying marriage to try and be more like men, until for so many, it’s too late.”

The question is:
Once the spigot of money coming from Big Daddy Gov is shut off, will that voting bloc return to the polls to try to get it to turn back on, or will they be so demoralized (and busy actually earning their [entire] living for once) that they won’t show up?

Even if they do stage an electoral crusade for more gubmint cheese, it’s not going to work because the money simply isn’t there. The issue then is to get the idea of the welfare state out of their heads as quickly as possible. It will definitely keep them out of the electoral process, because we all know damn well they only get involved when [they think] there’s a juicy payoff at the end. The quicker this happens, the quicker we can put the right candidates in office without interference from the pandering twits that started the mess to begin with.

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Born Free August 5, 2011 at 11:55

Thank you Mr. Roberts for keeping an eye on these events and reporting on them. I hope they are a collecctive sign that the tide is turning for the Men’s Rights Movemet.

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Peter-Andrew: Nolan(c) August 5, 2011 at 11:55

OT….

Well worth a read. An article on Anders Breivik and his fatherlessness.

http://www.onlineopinion.com.au/view.asp?article=12409

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TFH August 5, 2011 at 11:56

I dare say that one of the reasons we are seeing more mainstream pushback in 2011 is in some small part due to the URLs @ Urinals campaign, described here.

This flyer campaign is very outward-facing, and scatters red pills amidst the general male population in a very scalable, amplified way. At this point, many tens of thousands of men have seen these flyers.

Do you want to see 10X the pushback that Carey Roberts has listed? Then spend an hour or two and post flyers in high-visibility locations, as described in the link.

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TFH August 5, 2011 at 12:09

TrollKing,

It is interesting how much they need government to even stay afloat. This says a lot about women, or feminists, and how they deny women agency and responsibility. Either that or all women really can’t compete with men and need big daddy government to tilt the playing field in their favor.

Why either/or? Why not see that both statements are true (because they are).

I often say that far from helping women, feminism has actually made women look a lot more inferior than they ever did even in 1950. Feminism forces women into situations where their basic limitations become exposed for all to see, and aspects of female abilities that would otherwise not be noticed now ARE getting noticed.

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Anonymous August 5, 2011 at 12:15

I clicked on the contact page, but it says it the site no longer offers that service. Anyway, somebody seriously needs to write on the below article. Apparently, Missouri has banned facebook interaction between teachers and students, because teacher-student sexual misconduct instigated on facebook has become endemic.

http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/44034102/ns/technology_and_science-tech_and_gadgets/

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Taqman August 5, 2011 at 12:36

Well worth a read. An article on Anders Breivik and his fatherlessness.

I stopped reading that trash after the first paragraph where it said “Anders was abandoned by his father, Jens Breivik, when he was only one year old.”

Breivik was not abandoned by his father. He was stolen away by his mother, a woman who went on to ride the cock carousel and became crippled by an STD after the divorce. His father fought the mother’s custody but was ultimately defeated in court.

The author is yet another sanctimonious christian moralizer who refuses to place the blame on women.

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Jim R. August 5, 2011 at 12:39

And the wall came a tumblin’ down.

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W.F. Price August 5, 2011 at 12:52

I clicked on the contact page, but it says it the site no longer offers that service

-Anonymous

The site was very slow for a while, so I turned off the forms to see if they were the culprit. Eventually, I discovered I just needed to upgrade WP. The form is back up.

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P. Gibson August 5, 2011 at 13:18

shallowness reigns in the feminist world.

and words are their only defense/excuse/work.
It gets them more stuff – like a squeaky wheel – like a hungry parasite.

men do stuff. end of story. Getting things DONE has always been our forte – real things like roads, bridges, science, and producing food to consume.

Women sit back and talk about what we do. Some contribute, not so much any more. They go for the least resistance path – like divorce – when they want to change-up their lives, perhaps to suck the lifeblood out of another manly host.

Which would YOU rather be ?

I’m an accomplished man, whose works stand permanently as a record of my existence.

a woman’s goal is that she merely be heard.

Glad I’m a fellow. I’d kill myself if all I had to contribute to society was complaint after complaint about how life is “sooooooo unfair”, and only to their singular gender.

Here’s a clue – life isn’t actually FAIR for anyone – man, woman, or child. But bawwwwwwwl like a banshee and you’ll get what you think you need- recognition of an open mouth.

If all you have is that, a nature of being strident and querulous, then I’d have to admit that I wonder why I ever liked any of them.

perhaps it was I who become shallow just looking at them. = the chameleon effect. After all, I did want to know what all the fuss about sex was about.

Oh, I found out alright. Then I really found out about “shallow” needy minds.

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Avenger August 5, 2011 at 14:18

The worm has turned. I predicted that eveything you have seen in the past 20 years is going to come crashing down in the next 1-2 yrs.Most of the guys here are in their 20′s and 30′s and they have never known anything else and believe it will always be this way. At 20 you’re not even conscious and even in your 30′s you don’t always see the big picture. There will be a big backlash not only against feminism but against the police state esp.of the past 10 yrs. Time goes by, people become adults and any excuse for these police state measures from 9/11 becomes dimmer and dimmer. Obama is very like Carter who everyone believed would be reelected running against the “radical” Reagan. Thatcher started it in 1979 and Reagan was elected in 1980. When Thatcher took over from Labour (communist party) the top tax rates were just confiscation which is why there were many tax exiles who stayed out of England in the 70′s so they wouldn’t have to pay. When Reagan took over the top tax rate was 50% which he brought down to 28%. And even though Labour gets into office they will never do what they did in the 60′s and 70′s where you had strikes all the time, the brain drain where many top scientists etc left the country and the tax exiles.
Dr. Ron Paul will be running for President and is giving up his seat in Congress where he’s served 11 terms to devote full time to the election. In the last election there was almost a blackout on even mentioning his name in the media even though he raised more money in 1 day than any candidate and set a record. This time it’s different and his name is coming up a lot in the media even among Republicans who didn’t like him. He will be the next Reagan and like Reagan they will criticise him for the same things (he’s too old, too conservative blah blah blah) but it won’t mean a thing. Contrary to what most of you believe, Reagan had a lot of support with Uni students as does Paul. Whether he can be elected or not, he will certainly push the debate in his direction and candidates will have to move to the right. If elected ,or even if just more seats are gained in Congress with people of like mind, they will cut the money off from these feminist groups and all the other PC whiners and “victims”. Combined with the large group of men who are fed up with the PC, feminism, and misandry of the last 20 yrs. things are going to change and it’s going to turn into a steamroller and wipe all of this crap out.

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oddsock August 5, 2011 at 14:25

UK athletics legend charged with battering husband

http://uk.eurosport.yahoo.com/05082011/58/athletics-legend-charged-battering-husband.html?page=4&order=date#co

The comments are quite revealing, perhaps the worm is slowly turning ?

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Vortac August 5, 2011 at 14:43

Tom said: “Well, you get the idea. Tell me if you agree with this list.”

Okay, I will. I do agree with the list, and I think your whole comment (apart from the ‘society’ part, but that’s not really your fault) is brilliant.

It shows very clearly how differently men and women are treated, and how the ‘mating market’ favors women and thus also works very differently for both genders.

Your list was so great, that I took the liberty of copying and pasting it to a finnish relationship-blog (that is really an MRA-blog though). I hope you don’t mind.

Thank you for writing the list, it makes me feel good to see there are men who see things as they are despite all the brainwashing and indoctrination that has been going on for who knows how long – and who can write about it in a clear and thought-provoking manner.

- Vortac

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Avenger August 5, 2011 at 14:48

Or alternatively there may be EVEN MORE attempts by the STATE to transfer FINANCIAL RESPONSABILITY

And what happens if a 150m men just tell them to go to hell?

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Uncle Elmer August 5, 2011 at 15:24

“This time it’s different and his name is coming up a lot in the media even among Republicans who didn’t like him. ”

Gary Johnson has a lot of credibility yet gets willfully ignored by his own party. He’s one repub I could vote for.

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Avenger August 5, 2011 at 15:54

These females just can’t keep it in their pantss lol

A city high school teacher was arrested Friday for bedding an underage student at a hot-sheets motel in Long Island, police said.

Tara Driscoll, 33, an english teacher at the Campus Magnet high school, in Cambria Heights, Queens, is accused of having the sex tryst with the unidentified student on March 19 at the Capri Motel in Lynbrook, Nassau County police said.

The boy, who is under 17 years old, was a student at Campus Magnet, but it’s unclear if Driscoll taught him.

When the student’s mother learned of the encounter, she alerted police, cops said.

Driscoll, who has worked as a teacher for city since 2006 and earns nearly $57,000 a year, surrendered to special victims investigators Friday morning, cops said. She was charged with rape and criminal sexual act.

Driscoll is still employed by the city, but has been reassigned out of the classroom, the city Education Department said.

http://www.nydailynews.com/news/ny_crime/2011/08/05/2011-08-05_nyc_high_school_teacher_arrested_for_sex_with_underage_student_in_motel_cops_cha.html

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Paradoxotaur August 5, 2011 at 16:06

@John Boy: “thinking they could do better on their own only to find out that they are the ones who are not needed.”

Especially the older, less fertile ones. The Daily Mail article linked above about older women being like protozoa- barely visible- was hilarious. Forty years of women telling men how stupid, useless, dirty, smelly, lazy, unnecessary, unwanted and stupid we are . . . and we lose interest in unfertile, desiccated, sagging, self-absorbed problem vortices. Who would have thought?

@Ollie: “The question is:
Once the spigot of money coming from Big Daddy Gov is shut off, will that voting bloc return to the polls to try to get it to turn back on.”

I think it will be even better than that. Working single women (as well as some married working women) will look at their pay stub – focusing on the taxes extracted – and think about why they’re working so hard to pay some other woman to sit at home popping out babies, for some other woman’s child care, to pay otherwise useless women staffing the multiple, overlapping women’s shelters that do little other than to provide cushy jobs for the old cows that work/live there, and all the other female entitlements while she runs around with her pants on fire trying to earn enough to make ends meet. I’m quite certain those women’s enthusiasm for such social welfare programs will diminish. Particularly if disparities along tribal lines are perceived.

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keyster August 5, 2011 at 16:41

“Feminism forces women into situations where their basic limitations become exposed for all to see, and aspects of female abilities that would otherwise not be noticed now ARE getting noticed.”

That’s the essence of it right there.
The MSM can’t cover up for them anymore since the manosphere really took hold the last 5 years. Feminists were truly convinced women were capable of competing head to head with men in every aspect of typical male pursuits. Then opinions, articles and stories started to burst out and gain traction from uncensored blogs and YouTube channels. A meme started. A meme that calls feminism out loud and clear.

Guess what people? For every lame stream media story of female “independence and empowerment” crammed up our asses, of women now doing something men had always done…there are thousands of abject failures; women who don’t want to compete with men because they didn’t know it was going to be that hard. The majority lack the spirit and the resourcefulness it takes…and quite frankly the smarts.

It’s unnatural for men and women to compete, yet they tilt the playing field (gender neutralize) and make it so; frustrating everyone. They FORCED something on men and women they’re not naturally inclined to do….beat each other at something, win something against the other…and learn to distrust or even hate each other.

They’re mommies.
They need to accept and embrace their life purpose.
And feminists need to stop pretending this isn’t what defines a woman.
Pretending, and making everyone else pretend, that women are men.
Patriarchy didn’t make these rules up, it’s simple human nature.

Let women be women again, not incompetent, emotional males in female bodies. It’s THEN men will step up again.

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Avenger August 5, 2011 at 17:19

and think about why they’re working so hard to pay some other woman to sit at home popping out babies, for some other woman’s child care, to pay otherwise useless women staffing the multiple, overlapping women’s shelters that do little other than to provide cushy jobs for the old cows

That was just one of the points I made about why a pop. with 10% men would work out fine and to the men’s benefit.

Of course, the rad fems like the idea because they are man haters and think this would control men but actually the opposite would happen. 10% men would be an ample % for the men to control all of the important jobs including government(females won’t vote for other females) while the females do most of the boring grunt work. The females won’t vote for benefits for other females when they have to pay for them from their taxes (females are bastards this way and only want it when men are paying for it) Men will become more valuable due to their rarity and will have an average of 10 females each thereby making each one less valuable and competition for men will be stiff which means we won’t have a nation of fat fugly lazy females. They’ll be so occupied with cutting each other’s throats to get a man that they won’t be annoying us and entitlement queens will be a thing of the past. All men really need females for is sex and other than that have nothing in common with them. Boys won’t be “falling in love” which is a delusion anyway when they know there’s always another willing female available. Kids? If a man wants a kid he’ll choose a qualified female and the kid will be his. All other females will be freemartans who will be used for sex and working the drone jobs. It’s time to create a modern world where men aren’t always being killed at dangerous jobs (machines and the excess fugly females can do that work) or fighting in wars which is just a competition over females and resources. It’s actually really the competition over females more than resources that causes most of the trouble in the world. Men fight over resources because there is a limited number of females (with kids etc) that demand these things for sex(all females are whores to a degree and trade the only thing they have for resources) They won’t be able to do this in a world where there’s an excess of pussy.It’s time that men really managed the world and stopped living like monkeys. Marriage is absurd and is like trying to get a cobra and mongoose to live together in the same area. A husband is no better than being a slave and in fact the word husband taken from the anglo saxon husbonda means like a tamed houseboy.

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Carnivore August 5, 2011 at 17:26

These are hairline cracks in the dam – it’s only the start. I’d expect the feminist gravy train to be first to dry up. It’s mainly middle class white women who benefit. If they are cut off, what’s going to happen. Not like the people on top (e.g. military-industrial complex) who have all the power, involving billions. And the welfare for the people on the bottom just prevents riots in the cities – can’t afford to cut that – YET.

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Taqman August 5, 2011 at 19:09

The End Result of the Feminist Destruction of our society:

This should dispel all your illusions about a collapse being beneficial to men. In the end, everyone will loose.

Economic Collapse & Security: I Am Your Worst Nightmare

By Jeff T.

I am the leader of a band of 8-to-12 looters. I have some basic military training. We move from place to place like locusts devouring everything in our path. My group is armed with light weapons and can develop and follow simple plans of attack. We take what we want by force of arms. We prefer none of our victims survive because that could cause problems for us in the future. It has been six months since the grid went down. You and the other five members of your party have settled into what may be a long grinding existence. The every day tasks of growing and gathering have now become routine. The news from the outside is extremely limited but you don’t really miss it much. Life is simple but physically demanding.

Although things may seem stable you will need to keep your team focused and alert. This is your first and most important layer of defense. You should hold an immediate reaction drill once per week. Keep things simple. Practice a specific response to such threats as injury, fire, attack and evacuation. Despite the challenges you must maintain contact with those around you such as neighbors for vital clues that trouble is brewing. Regular monitoring the radio will be critical in providing an early warning of trouble. You may be able to safely interview refugees with risking your party. Keep in mind the information you get from them may not always be reliable.

While you have been farming I have been learning the best tactics to employ to seize your property and your goods. I have been refining them since we hit the road right after the lights went out. I have conducted eight “hits” so far and have been successful seven times. Here are some of my “lessons learned”.

Intelligence gathering and target selection is critical to my success. Targets include those who have large quantities of fuel, food and other valuable supplies. My posse is constantly questioning anyone and everyone we contact searching for this our next victim. Anyone who has ever had knowledge, even second hand, of your preparations is someone of interest to me. I may approach them directly or indirectly. If anyone knows something I will find out about it. Who seems well-fed? Who still has transportation? Who has lights? Who was prepared? Where are they exactly? Somebody talks, either in person or on the radio. They always do.

We search for victims night and day. During the day we are listening for the sounds of machinery, cars, tractors, gunfire or generators. Day or night without a lot of wind those sounds can carry for miles. At night I look for any sort of light. Even a small flash indicates somebody with electricity and that means a rich target. I always have somebody listing to the scanner for any news, leads or insecure chatter. Operational Security (OPSEC) is an important concept for your entire group to understand and maintain. If somebody outside your circle doesn’t have a real need to know about your plans, preparations or procedures then they shouldn’t know period. Develop a cover story and live it like was a bulletproof vest. It is no less important to your protection and survival. During an event you need to blend in with the surrounding environment. Carefully observe noise (such as generators and other engines) and light discipline especially at night. If you need to test fire weapons do it in one sequence to avoid a prolonged noise signature.

Once I find and target you reconnaissance of your retreat is my next step. Only a fool would try to rush in and try to overwhelm a group of “survivalists”. We had a bad experience with that during our second hit. Now we spend at least a day or two trying to size up a large opportunity and the best way to take it down. I will observe retreat activity from a nearby-concealed position. I will get an idea of your numbers, weapons, routines and so much more by careful surreptitious observation. If your group seems alert, I will try and trigger a false alarm with a dog or child to watch your reaction to a threat. That helps me know how you respond, where you are strong and how to attack. I may also obtain a topographical map of the area to identify likely avenues of approach and potential escapes routes you will try to use. I may coerce your neighbors into uncovering a weak spot or access point or other important intelligence. I also have a Bearcat handheld scanner. I will be listening for any insecure chatter from your radios.

Regular patrols at irregular intervals focused on likely observation points and avenues of approach could keep me at bay. You could put down sand or other soft soil in key choke points as a way of “recording” if anyone has recently traveled through the land. Dogs, with their advanced sense of hearing and smell are able to detect and alert you to intruders well in advance of any human. Motion sensing infrared video cameras as a part of a security plan could play a part in your layered defense as long as you have power. A 24 hour manned observation point equipped with high quality optical tools is a must. It should be fortified and if possible concealed. It should have a weapon capable of reaching to the edges of your vision. Seismic intrusion devices, night vision and thermal imaging are phenomenal force multiplying tools. They can give you critical intelligence and warning. You should use them if you have them. Understand they are not fool proof and I can often neutralize them if I know you have them.

These tools and techniques provide you reaction time. Time to plan your response and time to execute that plan. Recognize that a “defender” is always at a disadvantage. By definition a defender will be reacting to my attack. Modern warfare has emphasized the ability of the attacker to operate faster than opponents can react. This can be explained by the OODA loop. Below are the four steps of the classic OODA loop. These are the steps a defender goes through when under attack.

1. Observing or noticing the attack.

2. Orient to the direction, method and type of attack.

3. Deciding what the appropriate response will be.

4. Acting on that decision.

As an attacker I will try and operate at a pace faster than you as a defender can adjust to. I will change my direction, pace, timing and method to force you to continue to process through the OODA loop. This creates confusion and wastes your precious reaction time. As a defender you will need to disrupt or reset your attackers timing with a counter-attack. When you are successful you become the attacker. Your defensive plans should utilize and exploit this concept. Here are a few scenarios:

1. Snipe & Siege

I will begin the attack when I can engage at least half of your party’s military age personnel in one coordinated effort. I will infiltrate my team into concealed positions around your retreat within 50 to 75 yards. I will target any identified leadership with the first volley. Two thirds of my people will be engaging personnel. The other group will target communications antennas, surveillance cameras and any visible lighting assets. I want your group unable to see, communicate or call for help. The members of my band will each fire two magazines in the initial exchange. Two thirds of my group will change to new concealed positions and wait. One third will fall back into an ambush of the most likely avenue of escape. We will stay concealed and wait until you come out to attend to your wounded and dead. We repeat the attack as necessary until any resistance is crushed.

Ensure you adjust the landscape around your retreat so that I don’t have anyplace offering cover or concealment within 100 yards of your residence. You can create decorative masonry walls that can be used to offer cover for personnel close to your residence. Fighting positions can be built now and used as raised planting beds and then excavated for use in the future. These can be extended or reinforced after any significant event. These structures or other measures such as trenching must be sited carefully to avoid allowing them to be used effectively by an attacker if they are overrun.

2. Trojan Horse

For one hit we used an old truck. We forced a refugee to drive it to the retreat gate. We concealed half our group inside the truck. The truck was hardened on the inside with some sandbags around the edges. The other half of our group formed an ambush concealed inside the tree line along the driveway. We killed the driver to make it look good and had one person run away. Those preppers almost waited us out. After nearly three hours they all walked slowly down the driveway. They were bunched up in a group intent on checking out the truck and driver. It was like shooting fish in a barrel.

They could have worked together as group to sweep the area 360 degrees around the truck and they would have surely found us. A dog would have also alerted the residents to our presence. They could have taken measures to eliminate the vegetation offering us concealment on the road near the gate. They could have used CS gas or something similar to “deny” any suspicious areas. Lastly they could have done a “reconnaissance by fire”. Shooting into likely hiding spots, including the truck, trying to evoke a response. They should have established an over watch position with the majority of their group. This over watch group would have provided visual security and an immediate response if there were an attack. They were not expecting any additional threats. They didn’t consider that there might be additional danger lurking nearby aside from the truck and they died.

3. Kidnap & Surrender

A few weeks ago we surprised and captured a couple of women out tending a garden. It was totally by chance. We were traveling through a very rural area on our way to another town when somebody heard a tractor backfire. We immediately stopped and I sent a small team to recon the noise. They bumped into a small party tending a field at the edge of their retreat. They seized two women and immediately dragged them back to our vehicles. We began negotiations by sending a finger from each one back to the retreat under a white flag. The rest was easy.

This didn’t need to happen. Better noise discipline would have kept us from discovering their retreat. Some simple boundary fencing or tangle foot could have delayed us. The women should have been armed and aware of such a threat. If they has established an over watch for the garden they could have engaged us before we took our hostages or at least alerted the others that there was a problem. They also could have had a quick reaction Standard Operating Procedure (SOP)developed prior to this incident. That Quick Reaction (QR) force could have followed the kidnappers back to our vehicles and set up an ambush of their own. Rural retreat security is a full time job. If you snooze you may lose everything.

4. Fire and Maneuver

I don’t like this option but sometimes the prize is just too tempting. We typically infiltrate quietly at night to prearranged start points. We begin our attack just before dawn when your senses are dulled by a long night watch or from sleep. Based on our reconnaissance we divided your retreat into positions or zones that need specific attention. We prepare for battle by using an air rifle to target any lights or cameras. Our first priority is to engage any site and destroy or degrade them as much as possible. I split my forces into two supporting groups. One group keeps the target position under constant fire. The other group also fires and maneuvers, closing on the target and destroying it with gunfire or improvised weapons. Many times these positions only have one occupant and the task is relatively easy. Often these positions are easy to spot and are too far from each other to provide any effective mutual support. We will work from one position to the next. In the darkness and confusion most of the defenders are disoriented and ineffective. They fall like dominos. We have also used motorcycles to negotiate obstacles and speed through cuts in the perimeter fence. Then throw Molotov Cocktails into any defensive position as they roar past. If you fall back into your residence we will set up a siege. If we can maneuver close enough, perhaps by using a distraction, we will pump concentrated insecticide into your building or we may introduce liquid Propane gas from a portable tank into the house and ignite it with tracer fire.

If there was enough warning time from your OP you could execute a pre-planned response. Your planned response should be simple, easy to understand and execute. Half your group occupies your fighting positions, two to a position. The rest of your party establishes an over watch and concentrate its fire at the enemies trying to fix your positions. If you had more than enough prepared positions the enemy might not know where to attack. It would also provide more flexibility in your defense based on the direction of attack. I would use Night Vision if available or illumination from flares or lights as a last resort. Rats hate light.

Usually people keep main access points blocked from high-speed approach. Likely avenues of approach should also be blocked or choked and kept under observation. Remember though what keeps me out keeps you in. Typically the common techniques of parking vehicles in roadways will only delay my approach not stop it altogether. An ordinary 12-gauge shotgun, shooting slugs, can stop most types of non-military vehicles at close range.

Don’t forget the threat of fire or other non-traditional weapons in your defensive plans.

You could create the illusion of a “dead end” for your main access road by positioning a burned out trailer home or a couple of burned out cars at the false “end” of the road. Concealing the fact that the road actually continues to your residence.

Lastly, develop a plan to evacuate and evade capture. When faced with a significantly superior force it may be the only viable option. This should include simple, reliable communications or signals such as three blasts on a dog whistle. Your fighting positions and barriers need to be constructed to allow coordinated withdrawal in an emergency. You should establish a rally point and time limit to assemble. I believe this should be a priority in your practice drills. During a real emergency you may be able to rally, rearm and plan your own version of the “snipe and siege” to retake your retreat.

Key messages:

Your rural retreat defense can be visualized as a set of concentric rings:

Location – Location – Location: High and remote are best OPSEC – Think of it as a form of armor or shield: Practice it and protect it. Observation Post / Listening Post: Your first best chance to counter attack Gates / Fences / other barriers: May slow me down. Might keep you in. Fighting positions: Must provide mutual support and allow for evacuation. Residence: Last line. Don’t become trapped People, Planning and Practice

Remember:

An aggressive and unexpected counter strike can win the battle. Stay alert for multiple threats or diversionary tactics. Criminals excel at feigning weakness to lower your guard.

Don’t underestimate me.

My reason for posting this is obvious but should be a reminder survival is always best done as a community. During difficult times there are always things to be done and no one can do everything and still sleep. Everyone can bring something that aids the group. Just a little friendly reminder. – NewAmericaNow

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Aaron Swanson August 5, 2011 at 21:25

However it’s all bullshit, they waged total terror on men for 50 fucking years an now when the WHOLE SYSTEM IS ABOUT TO COLLAPSE suddenly everyone decides to get on mens good graces

Too late bitches, give me 12 virgin Asian wives & a Government-less society free from Tyranny & control freak assholes, go die out in the cold for all I care with the wolves to keep you company!

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evilwhitemalempire August 5, 2011 at 22:18

“In the past, the slightest suggestion of a GOP “war on women” would be enough to bring out the white flag a-flutter. But this time the stiff-spined GOP refused to be buffaloed by the high-octane rhetoric. Within days a group of Republican women fired back, calling Wasserman Schultz’s demagoguery “baseless” and “inaccurate.”

Let’s not kid ourselves here. Republican men wouldn’t dare to say anything if they didn’t think THEIR women would back them.

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Anonymous August 5, 2011 at 22:33

Wow, I don’t think/hope it won’t come to that.

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Avenger August 5, 2011 at 22:43

Taqman-you’re been playing too many kid video games and reading too many comics.

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Robert August 5, 2011 at 23:01

“Another gem in the feminist diadem is the Violence Against Women Act, which is used as a slush fund by domestic violence groups to support lobbying efforts for a broad array of radical causes. But two weeks ago, House Judiciary Committee member Ted Poe vowed to make the law gender neutral. “I certainly agree with equal protection under the law. And maybe a name change is in order,” the Texas congressman explained.’

Why make VAWA “gender” neutral? Scrap it totally and remember what the waste it was. Also remember the men and boys lives it ruined/destroyed.

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Anonymous August 5, 2011 at 23:07

Ok, W.F. Price. Thanks.

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Geography Bee Finalist himself August 5, 2011 at 23:08

Debbie Wasserman Schultz confirms the worst stereotype of the Jew who tries to treat her religion as though it were an ethnicity and an immutable characteristic.

She wanted the month of May to be “Jewish American Heritage Month” saying “Judaism is unique, because it is both a ethnicity and a religion.”

No, Debbie Wasserman Schultz, Judaism is a religion, not an immutable characteristic. Anyone can leave Judaism of his/her own accord. I cannot stop being a McGuinea (a person of Irish and Italian heritage). Allen West cannot stop being black, but he can leave his current religious affiliation behind.

As a side note, Jews have a worse track record for finding the epithet “kike” offensive than Roman Catholic males have for finding the epithet “priestfucker” offensive. Either way, if the epithet is that bothersome, leave your faith behind.

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E August 5, 2011 at 23:11

John Boy

Feminism is now competing with many other minority groups for resources, resources which are becoming increasingly scarce. As a consequence, they are becoming a luxury item fewer people want or can afford.

The top 20% of society owns 80% of all the wealth. It is this 20% “elite class” that essentially calls the shots.
Feminism came to become mainstream precisely because the elites made it happen. If they have the power to lift it up then they also have the power to push it down. We all know what happens to useful idiots after they have outlived their use. That’s what’s happening to Feminism right now.
(for whatever reason: save for another discussion) The elite class has turned their backs on Feminism.

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Avenger August 6, 2011 at 00:46

The top 20% of society owns 80% of all the wealth. It is this 20% “elite class”

@E- the top 20% is not the elite it’s just the middle class. The elite is that fraction of 1% at the top.

And any patterns that you see in the US are common throughout the world and were the same in the USSR under communism.

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Avenger August 6, 2011 at 01:22

No, Debbie Wasserman Schultz, Judaism is a religion, not an immutable characteristic

@Geography-like most Americans you’re very confused about certain things. Debbie was correct when she said that Judaism is both a religion and ethnic group. It’s sort of like being a Sikh where you can become an atheist or Catholic but are still an ethnic Sikh. You can be an atheist or Buddhist and still become an Israeli citizen based on your background so it’s apparent that they consider the ethnic group more important than the cult you follow and to them Jew is an ethnic group regardless of any diversity within it.
Nationality just means that you’re a citizen of a certain country. For example, people who say they’re French cna be from a number of ethnic groups. The south may be Mediterean, Burgundy may be Germanic, Normandy may be Scandinavian, then you have the Alpine people etc.

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fmz August 6, 2011 at 02:46

“Women sit back and talk about what we do”

… and complain how unfair it is that they did not.

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Geography Bee Finalist himself August 6, 2011 at 03:12

Avenger “Debbie was correct when she said that Judaism is both a religion and ethnic group.”

Roman Catholics would need an exceptionally large amount of good luck and goodwill from non-Roman Catholics to persuade the latter group that Roman Catholicism is a trait that is incapable of being changed between birth and death by any means.

Roman Catholics would also need a very large amount of good luck and goodwill from non-Roman Catholics to persuade the latter group that Roman Catholics from the Polynesian, Micronesian, Melanesian, Australian Aborigine, Northeast and Southeast Asian, South Asian, Sub-Saharan African, European, and Native American biological races are all basically part of the same Roman Catholic culture. Biological race or combination thereof is an immutable characteristic, as is ethnicity or ethnicities within that/those biological races. Various biological traits are more common in some ethnicities and less common in others.

If religion were in fact an immutable, fixed trait, there would be no point in Mormon missionaries intercepting me anywhere I go because there would be no way for me to join their religion as I would not be logistically able to do as they would like. It would be as pointless as “race” missionaries.

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Michael August 6, 2011 at 03:19

Avenger,

Go hack to the children’s library. You can worship your country without any nasty adults ruining your fantasy.

The socialists killed over 200 million men that said fuck off I wont pay. 150 million American men is child’s play. You understand child’s play yes?

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Avenger August 6, 2011 at 04:15

Michael is a good example of why kids should NOT have computers.

He’s not smart enough to know that in a country that is heavily armed it’s the politicians and cops who have to worry. But violence wouldn’t even be necessary because without money coming into the treasury to pay the government enforcers they will just quit. Nobody is going to work for nothing. You can force them out of office if you bankrupt the treasury enough and then just form a new government and write a new constitution and get it right this time without all of the ridiculous compromises that were put in 200 years ago.

And tell me what country killed 200m men lol

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Quartermain August 6, 2011 at 07:13

Avenger,

The Iowa Straw Poll is coming next Saturday. I’m no Reagan man, but I would follow Dr. Paul into battle, if necessary. Wish us luck. I’m trying to get at least 10 people to go with me. I’m nervous and my fingers are crossed. I can only do what I can and hope for the best.

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keyster August 6, 2011 at 08:02

When you have a large swath of disenfranchised men, with little ambition to work hard or work at all and compete with women for jobs, you have a diminishing tax base and an economy in decline.

I would argue men are on a misandry strike already and we just don’t know it yet. For all you prognosticators going on about the end coming soon, I think it’s already here.

What incentive do men have to work? Construction and manufacturing jobs are gone, replaced by very feminized “inclusive” office environments where if a man says “good morning” to a woman he might be accused of “creating a hostile workplace”. F*CK THAT!

If a man can have all the sex he wants while barely sustaining his other basic needs, he’s not going to progress and either is the economy. You turn women against men, you redefine the “family” as “single parent household” and allow family courts to destroy what’s left of marriage by skewering the male half everytime…how do you expect men to react?

He’s certianly not going to want to contribute to a society that blames him, accuses him, berates him and ridicules him every chance it gets. He’ll adjust his priorities and adapt…and not the way women expect, nay DEMAND, he do either. Doubtful the female is even a serious part of his life plan anymore. Men ALWAYS have other things to do.

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john August 6, 2011 at 10:32

feminists vote democrat so I vote republican…feminists live and thrive in the democrat party

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Perseus August 6, 2011 at 16:50

Brilliant article.

Hunt feminist filth.

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E August 6, 2011 at 22:35

Avenger

@E- the top 20% is not the elite it’s just the middle class. The elite is that fraction of 1% at the top.

So according to your naming system, 80% of society belongs to the lower class. Okay I can work with that.

However it’s important to understand that there are different levels within the lower class system. In slave based societies there was a hierarchy even within the slave class. A slave whose job was to clean out his master’s chamber pot was two steps above a slave whose job was to shovel horse shit.

Just because you enjoy a comfortable position in the top part of the lower class does not mean your position is secured. It can go down.

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Attila August 7, 2011 at 01:12

It’s too late to put the genie back into the bottle — the cycle will have to play itself out- and that may take decades. In the meantime – it’s only going to get worse.

Maybe we need another world war, but this time , let’s draft women as well as men for combat!

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Attila August 7, 2011 at 01:17

I have never met a Jewish woman who didn’t have “penis envy” tattooed on every pore of her body and psyche. When one looks at the ranks of radical feminism – it’s loaded with Jewish names (Dworkin, Friedan, Steinem, Brownmiller, etcccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccc).

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Michael August 7, 2011 at 01:32

It was Marxist countries comic avenger.

It began around 1917. You know when the red army took over a well armed populace. What’s that? Yes Russian peasants all had arms and the right to bear them.

Lenin had about 2 mil
Stalin had around 40 mil gulag withstanding.
Mao around 50 mil.
Pol pot had around 8 mil or was it 16 oh well its just stat.
what’s that Korean dudes name ah ill 4 mil and counting.
Castro and Hitler only have around 7 mil together. And let us not forget the good ole US of A. A few million natives a couple hundred thousand phillipinoes a few thousand Cubans, a couple million Iraqis. Two nukes for the Japanese

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Michael August 7, 2011 at 01:35

Of course you’ll have to get out of the children’s library comic avenger. Say which one are you?

Oh right Captain America.

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Avenger August 7, 2011 at 02:02

@E-only about 50% of workers pay income tax.A lot of females say they pay tax but it’s really only withheld money which they file a tax return to get back and many also get an earned income credit so they’re really paying no tax and get money for working. SS is entirely different and goes into a fund but even here workers are only paying 1/2 of the SS 15% tax and the boss is paying the other 1/2. Self employed people have to pay the entire 15% themselves.

As far as class I’d say that perhaps 1/3 of the people can be classified as middle class . A fraction of 1% are upper class and the rest either working class or complete losers below that. Many people especially females will describe themselves as middle class but in reality they are working class. Class is a combination of many factors like background, education, lifestyle and yes assets etc not entirely money earned. No entertainer or athelete will ever be upper class or even middle for the most part regardless of what they may earn.

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Avenger August 7, 2011 at 02:13

It began around 1917. You know when the red army took over a well armed populace. What’s that? Yes Russian peasants all had arms and the right to bear them

The peasants were largely uneducated with no money and no arms.

Two nukes for the Japanese?

That was a war kid and it had nothing to do with communism.

You’re very confused just as I said especially about the numbers.

And let us not forget the good ole US of A. A few million natives

What does that have to do with communism? And let’s remember that whatever happened took place over a period of 400 years to the “Indians” in N and S America and was more a matter of attrition with the more advanced culture dominating the more primitive.

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AntiFeminist August 7, 2011 at 06:17

“I have never met a Jewish woman who didn’t have “penis envy” tattooed on every pore of her body and psyche. When one looks at the ranks of radical feminism – it’s loaded with Jewish names”

Ditto. Gloria Steinem, Naomi Wolf, Betty Friedan, Andrea Dworkin… they’re all Jews. Naomi Wolf now writes feminist articles for Al-Jazeera: obviously someone put her there so she can continue -on a cultural level- the western feminist war on Middle East countries.

As for Jewish racism, this one is a good interview, it explain very well the difference between those who see Judaism as a religion and those who see it as an “ethnicity”:

http://gilad.co.uk/html%20files/talensinter.html

The concept of a so called “Jewish People” is a relatively new invention, as explained very well by israeli historian Shlomo Sand:

http://www.amazon.com/Invention-Jewish-People-Shlomo-Sand/dp/1844674223

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Michael August 7, 2011 at 07:55

Go pick up some gramsci Captain America.

He would love you.

What does the USA have to do with communism???

Really. Have you read the manifesto? You know the Communist one. You are quite a good little commie based upon your commentary.

Okay here we go. The 10 planks.

1. Abolish private property and apply all rents to public access. (14th amendment to the constitution) And other such niceties as eminent domain.

2. A heavy or progressive graduated income tax. (umm yeah look at your paystub)

3. Abolition of all rights of inheritance. (okay so the IRS lets you have the first million after that you pay most of it to Uncle Sammi)

4. Confiscation of all property of emigrants and rebels. (Executive order 11490 sections 1205) Also known as asset forfeiture laws.

5. Centralization of all credit in hands of the state by means of a National Bank with exclusive monopoly. (Federal Reserve System)

6. Centralization of the means of transportation and communication in the hands of the state. (FCC, FAA, TSA) the internet did screw this one up a little.

7.Extension of factories and instruments of production owned by the state, the bringing into cultivation of waste lands, and the improvement of the soil generally in accordance with a common plan. (Superfund, EPA, Farm subsidies.)

8. Equal liability of all to labor. Establishment of industrial armies, especially for agriculture. (Government Labor Unions, and private trade unions those states which only allow union work. e.g. New York, Pennsylvania.

9. Combination of agriculture with manufacturing industries, gradual abolition of the distinction between town and country, by a more equitable distribution of population over the country. (Planning and Reorganization act of 1949)

10. Free education for all children in public schools. Abolition of children’s factory labor in its present form. Combination of education with industrial production. (hmmm this one is in full effect right now)

Seems like America is but one of many Marxist nations eh?

Captain America stated that 150 million armed americans will tell the pols where to stick it. I stated 200 million alone were killed by governments in the last century, and of those the Russian peasents were just as well armed as the Red and White Armies of the Russian revolution, yet still who won?

Here is a book from an adult library child. You can have a free preview.

http://www.scribd.com/doc/3398379/Black-Book-of-Communism

If you can manage to tear yourself away from the blog comments for a bit you can buy a printed version from just about any bookstore there is.

Now when you are ready to learn about how your american founders were no better. let me know sonny.

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Phloridian August 7, 2011 at 08:52

All this is but a drop in the bucket in so far as tipping the balance away from feminist hegemony.

There are state, local and federal laws that need to be repealed before I will get excited about anything. There are court precedents that need to be overturned before I get excited about anything. There are feminist and feminist-enabling public officials that perpetuate anti-male bias in the provision of public services who need to be replaced before I get excited about anything.

The silver lining to this economic malaise is that “fluff” programs like Women’s _____ Programs (fill in the blank with your choice) will be chopped up and defunded before many other programs. I hope this economy tanks so that we starve the monetary support of feminism and we cease to export it around the globe.

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Kris W August 7, 2011 at 23:23

Purely diversionary. They will do a quick “srry let’s move on”, then when they think no one will be looking they will be back to their old antics.

They are hoping this cool’s our jets and we lose momentum. That is why we must demand justice, we must demand reparations. We have to keep stating that feminism is nothing more then a female supremacist hate movement.

We have to keep the pressure and hostility up, in-fact we would be best served to take it up a notch or two.

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Kris W August 7, 2011 at 23:27

@Attila

The Western nations lost the moral authority to conscript it’s young men. If another world war is to be fought to defend Western Civilization it will be off of the backs of the West’s young women or the West will fall.

Everything that society normally did for young boy’s to justify conscription young girl’s got instead. So let them pay the price for receiving such things.

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Kris W August 8, 2011 at 00:51

@Poiuyt

It is all going according to plan, almost. In order to create a stable fascist society you need two things. 1) A large, over entitled female populous that is growing fearful. And 2) a large, under-privileged/disenfranchised male populous that is utterly hopeless/ in a state of total despair(so the unthinkable becomes thinkable as modern society show’s morality is a mostly male concept).

The only oddity is the MRM. It is a monkey wrench, they failed to hijack it by bringing it into the Matriarchal traditionalist fold. And they failed in such a spectacular way in their attempts to hijack it and absorb it into a kind of “neo-feminism” that almost emerged(but because the co-opting of the MRM failed all that happened is that it de-evolved into “slut walks”).

I don’t think the concepts of scorched earth and MAD(which is exactly what MGTOW is) ever crossed their minds. Normally they would use a major conflict to re-align society; but I “think” they are scared of using that option because of how unstable the manosphere is(meaning they could go to war and find themselves in a situation of not having anyone fighting for them).

I think the Middle East uprisings/Conflicts are about burning off the set-up’s for the next big conflict(disarming them for another generation). I would be worried though if they begin a massive witch-hunt of feminist’s(there are so many law’s that feminist’s willfully broke… Heck they could even use felony fraud against feminist teachers/professors en mass) and a massive reparations program(unless the traditionalist, right wing branch of the matriarchy is made to pay as well. If they protect traditionalism that means they want to protect male gender role). As this would mean a total war is about a decade or less away.

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Michael August 8, 2011 at 08:01

I guess that red pill was a bit much eh?

A little hard to swallow the fact that you’ve been playing to the marxist narrative this entire time?

Here I’ll go with one of your favorites whom you all seem to have forgotten.

Sun Tzu:

Be extremely subtle, even to the point of formlessness. Be extremely mysterious, even to the point of soundlessness. Thereby you can be the director of the opponent’s fate.

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Dont Pay Taxes August 8, 2011 at 11:51

Men, people your hard earned income & FICA taxes are excluded from spending:

Man With Breast Cancer Denied Medicaid Coverage Because He’s Not a Woman
http://abcnews.go.com/Health/breast-cancer-patient-denied-medicaid-coverage-man/story?id=14241171

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