The Great Pussy Purge of 2012

by W.F. Price on November 13, 2012

This has been a season of shakeups in the US armed forces, including an unprecedented number of generals getting canned for fooling around with women. Just a couple months ago, General Jeffrey Sinclair was arrested for “inappropriate relationships” with subordinates, and alleged “sodomy” as well (probably oral sex). Then Petraeus gets sacked, and now yet another general, John Allen, is implicated in “potentially inappropriate” communication with a woman. In particular, the woman who blew the whistle on the Petraeus affair.

The allegations against Allen are said to involve emails between him and Kelley written from 2010 to 2012. Asked if they were of a “sexual nature,” a senior defense official would only say the messages were, “potentially inappropriate and they bare looking into. The Department is currently reviewing between 20,000 and 30,000 (pages of) documents connected to this matter.”

CBS News senior correspondent John Miller, a former deputy director of national intelligence, says the investigation into Allen “is fallout” from the FBI’s digging around in the inboxes of Petraeus and Broadwell.

He says the Pentagon realizes that if there is any indication of impropriety, they need it to come out now, not during Allen’s confirmation hearing to become the next NATO commander – a nomination which has now been put on hold.

Given that even members of the top brass cannot behave themselves, I wonder whether Obama is rethinking his decision to put women on nuclear submarines. The last place we need a torrid affair is hundreds of feet under polar ice in a multi-billion dollar, reactor-powered vessel loaded with nuclear ballistic missiles. If anyone doubts that a woman would think it would be hot to get it on with a high-ranking officer on the hard edge of American imperial power, they don’t understand women very well. In fact, that would make a great setting for a steamy romance novel:

The silence was deafening. Jessica stood, frozen, on the dark missile deck, surrounded by pillars of awesome power, capable of wiping out entire civilizations. She could hear, ever so slightly, footsteps and the soft rustling of blue cloth heading purposefully closer. Panic rose within her heaving breast as a muscular, square-shouldered figure filled the narrow walkway, blocking what light remained, coming nearer, and nearer still. A strong hand grasped her shoulder, and another her waist. The panic instantly gave way to a flood of desire; a desire so strong it burst over the levee of regulations and codes of conduct…

But that’s merely one setting among countless others. We could have love in the mess hall, clandestine couplings in the barracks, sex in the forward operating base, and lust in a Stryker vehicle. Or, even better, an affair with an Afghan chieftain. And hasn’t Prince Harry been in Afghanistan? What red-blooded American soldier girl wouldn’t want a piece of that action?

The way things are going, we’re going to need a gay military…

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meistergedanken November 13, 2012 at 13:24

Another disturbing angle is that Allen and Petraeus look to be textbook white knights. Please take a moment to read this infuriating article:

http://www.nypost.com/p/news/national/battle_john_allen_also_helped_jill_YjkEYUNY2INC4smBMEYqUI

Intervening in a custody case so the divorcing sister of their cute “liason” can keep her kids away from her husband, even though she is emotionally unstable? Sounds shoddy, but the whole thing reeks from one end to the other.

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Zorro November 13, 2012 at 13:28

“General Nathan Lane.”

We’re doomed.

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Uncle Elmer November 13, 2012 at 13:32

What the world needs to see are the threatening emails.

…You think you’re a fucking Kardashian, Fatass Bitch? You stay away from Patty or I am going to give you a war you won’t believe…

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zed November 13, 2012 at 13:37

Another disturbing angle is that Allen and Petraeus look to be textbook white knights.

Which is why I have absolutely no sympathy for them – they are the biggest promoters of the petard on which they have now been hoisted.

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Drama November 13, 2012 at 13:43

It really does offer up some options for the romance novel industry.

However, knowing how much gays love to let loose I don’t think it would be any less sordid.

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Steve_85 November 13, 2012 at 13:56

This just in: wimminz want to sleep with men in positions of authority.

Who knew?

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Uncle Elmer November 13, 2012 at 14:00

“…his purple-helmeted love missile…”

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Avenger November 13, 2012 at 15:57

“a senior defense official would only say the messages were, “potentially inappropriate and they bare looking into”

Shouldn’t that be bear?

And what’s wrong with these pussy whipped Generals?They should all just get together and demand that all of this nonsense stops or they’ll all resign and collect their pensions. Then the girls can fight the wars. let’ssee how the goverment likes that:)

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Avenger November 13, 2012 at 16:04

It’s good to know that we have such competent Generals like Petraeus who are too stupid to write e-mails and text messages in code lol

When he wanted her to come over to give him a bj he should have written something like ‘why don’t you come by for tea and we can go over the book”

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Jean Valjean November 13, 2012 at 16:27

Your premise, while amusing, would require a good deal of people in power to view women as equal actors or even initiators of relationships.

As we know from 40 plus years of feminism is that women are only equal to men when it comes to doing good things. When it comes to bad things like adultery and violating regulations; well those are always men’s fault.

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Eric J Schlegel November 13, 2012 at 16:28

The way things are going, we’re going to need a gay military…

Pure gold Welmer. It never fails to amaze me the absolute disconnect between real life and PC. We all know what goes on, as the thirst always wins, yet, those in high positions of power go *GASP!* whenever what naturally happens happens. But for me, a lesser beta living in BumFuck NY, I enjoy such termoil amoungst the powerful.
Burn, Galactica, BURN!

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Mickey T November 13, 2012 at 16:38

A little off topic, interesting-

Word is that White House officials indicated to reporters that Susan Rice, UN Ambassador, is being considered to fill Hillary Clinton’s position as Sec’y of State.

That’s the same Susan Rice who went on FIVE talk shows to say the Benghazi event, where 4 Americans were killed by terrorists, was only a spontaneous event by a mob and not an act of organized terrorism. Of course we now know that isn’t true. And that’s the same Hillary Clinton who headed the Dept of State during the whole Benghazi episode and who plans to be stepping down shortly. Who, BTW, is being asked to appear at the House Intelligence Committee for the Benghazi event, but is unable to because she out of the country.

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zed November 13, 2012 at 17:08

The way things are going, we’re going to need a gay military…

Well…
it did seem to work rather well in the past for some armies.

Perhaps more to the point – we may need to re-institute the practices of the Chinese and Ottoman empires, which only allowed top administrative positions to be held by eunuchs. After Holly Petraeus gets done with old David, I expect he will qualify. ;)

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oddsock November 13, 2012 at 17:46

Zed

“Perhaps more to the point – we may need to re-institute the practices of the Chinese and Ottoman empires, which only allowed top administrative positions to be held by eunuchs.”

Avenger, looks like you could land a top admin job. LMFAO.

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Cultural_Expat November 13, 2012 at 18:04

Ripe. Prior to the outing of General Beta-Traues, he went on record, as did several other DOD folks, countering Obama’s assertation that he was not aware of the situation in libya and he did not tell the forces that could have helped to stand down. Ripe, I thought then, and even more so now, as crazy as this sounds…for hostile military takeover of the government. The govt is in chaos as Chicago politics vs Military Priviledge, misguided american adulation, and ultimately the real power…not just political power. What catalyst will the military….ie…pretorean guard possibly use…i would think illegitamate election returns showing up in more and more countys across the country. Precincts with 1000′s of voters whereby not a one…not even by accident…was cast for a republican. In ancient Rome, emperors needed to worry most about those closest to them…those protecting them…obama’s run roughshod over them, and embarassed them for behavoiur that is likely routine in all of politics and upper echelon military commands.

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gunner451 November 13, 2012 at 18:36

As an interesting aside a lot of the higher ranking female officers are lesbians and even with the don’t ask don’t tell they were quite open about it with no repercussions. Even now the military tends to sweep under the rug any misbehavior by these high ranking lesbos. It is only the males that get this type of treatment, far more than you hear about, senior NCO’s are getting zapped all the time because they can’t help bonking that cute E1 that just transferred in, mid-level officers, same thing. Put men and women in a close environment and nature takes its course every time.

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Mark Plus November 13, 2012 at 18:44

“Or, even better, an affair with an Afghan chieftain.

I’ve wondered what would happen if America collapses HARD, and the service people in shit holes like Afghanistan get stranded and find themselves in an Anabasis-like situation with no easy way to return home, or even if they would want to. Perhaps the American women would enter the harems of the local Afghan warlords and create a kind of mixed-race society like the Greco-Bactrian kingdoms Alexander’s army left in its wake in the same part of the world.

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Thin Skinned Masta BETA November 13, 2012 at 19:10

They need to consider something new to decorate the veterans of these kinds of “affairs.”

The Crimson Heart perhaps? Or just leave it at the Scarlet Letter?

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beta_plus November 13, 2012 at 19:28

Well, at least it’s clear now:

Obama is not Hitler – He’s Stalin clearing out potentially dangerous Generals.

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MKP November 13, 2012 at 20:19

About a year ago, on the comment section of this web-site or another very similar to it, I read a perfect formulation of my own feelings with respect to “issues” such as this. As best I can remember, it was something as follows:

“The U.S. military is essentially the strong-arm enforcement branch of the global banking cartel, and I therefore couldn’t care less what makes it more or less effective.”

I wish I could remember who wrote that in the first place. Whoever it was, he deserves praise for his very way with words.

And no, I couldn’t give a shit whether our best generals (somehow defined) are forced to resign over some idiotic scandal, nor what effect that has on the future of our military. I’ll take my chances with the “Islamo-fascists.”

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Rod Van Mechelen November 13, 2012 at 20:29

Well written and hilarious, I like it!

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Rebel November 13, 2012 at 20:43

” Sinclair, Petraeus”,shouldn’t the names be switched to Woodpecker and Woodcock, respectively?
Wouldn’t it be more appropriate?

LOL!!

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Huck Finn November 13, 2012 at 21:22

“I wonder whether Obama is rethinking his decision to put women on nuclear submarines”

No, of course not. Any short term price is fine to pay in the quest to re-mold American society into Obama’s NWO.

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El Bastardo November 13, 2012 at 21:29

The last place we need a torrid affair is hundreds of feet under polar ice in a multi-billion dollar, reactor-powered vessel loaded with nuclear ballistic missiles. If anyone doubts that a woman would think it would be hot to get it on with a high-ranking officer on the hard edge of American imperial power, they don’t understand women very well.

Follow this piece by the rest and I now most definitely have my favorite article of yours you have ever written.

Muahahahahahaa

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TFH November 13, 2012 at 21:55

I used to have the highest regard for military men.

For many of them, I still do. But there seem to be two rather unsavory aspects to military service.

1) Many senior officers seem to be committed whiteknights. Their zeal for warring against Muslims is because they think they are rescuing women (they don’t stop to think that a lot of women actually *want* to live under Islam, since quite a few Western women are converting to Islam as it gives them gina tingles).

2) The military seems geared to take gullible 18-year-olds and train them into thinking they exist to be expendable. All this ‘die for others’ rhetoric is just to make young men expendable for the benefit of a female-centric society that is very ungrateful to them. The cultural norm of male expendability is in part driven by the military.

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TFH November 13, 2012 at 22:03

Perhaps the American women would enter the harems of the local Afghan warlords and create a kind of mixed-race society

Mixed-race?

Under US law, Afghans are already classified as white. Until 2010, Pakistan and India were categorized this way too.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:White_Americans.png

You may not agree. But that is the present law.

An Afghan, Saudi, Egyptian, Libyan, or Yemeni immigrant to the US gets classified as white.

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Skeptic November 14, 2012 at 04:16

She offered her honor,
He honored her offer,
And all night long he was on ‘er and off ‘er.

Thank you and goodnight…….. you’ve been a wonderful audience….!

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Mickey T November 14, 2012 at 05:42

RE: Nov 13, 2012 16:38

BTW- Hillary is out of the country on a wine and cheese tasting trip in Australia.

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Uncle Elmer November 14, 2012 at 06:10

Is it past time you engaged in a “Courageous Conversation?”

http://www.forbes.com/sites/margiewarrell/2012/11/13/courageous-conversation

elmer delves into the meaning of mass communication in the age of the Great White Male Comeuppance :

Here’s another tip for having a great conversation : don’t all talk at once, like the multi-ethnic crowd in your stock photo. Looks like they need a white man to control the situation and get something done. Maybe it’s from the Future, when all the straight white males have been purged from industry and everyone (except white men of course) has a great career and nobody is old and fat either. As usual, the white women are center stage and in charge. Looks like “The Last Supper” with the black man hanging his head low like Judas. Notice how he and “East Indian Male” are exchanging daggers.

As a collector of ridiculous stock photos, this one’s a keeper.

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Uncle Elmer November 14, 2012 at 06:22

What Advice Would You Give To Younger Women Deciding To Make Tech A Career For Themselves?

http://www.forbes.com/sites/quora/2012/11/13/what-advice-would-you-give-to-younger-women-deciding-to-make-tech-a-career-for-themselves

elmer is mean-spirited and crabby :

“Software Engineering” is a crappy profession, if it could be called that. The more female “software engineers” that are in an organization (and defense contractors are the worst example), the worse it is.

If you want to pursue this type of work you should be less concerned about encountering almost nonexistent “sexism” from males and have your antenna up for the females who are going to kneecap you any chance they get.

As for choosing a company culture that accomodates all your feminist demands, good luck. The companies that are rewarding “experience-ism” (you are running out of ridiculous things to append “ism” to) are the ones making a profit; the rest are merely ossifying toward inevitable collapse.

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Uncle Elmer November 14, 2012 at 07:07

How about the Great White Male Purge?

It’s only been 1 week and this White Anti-White Racism is already old.

All these clowns suffer from a delusion that our economic structures existed eternally and white men just rudely shoved everyone aside and parked their asses in industry’s ergonomic office chairs where they could selfishly enjoy the “perks” and “privileges” of white male locustry.

Obama needs to reward the inclusive and progressive white demographic (who showed the world that they are open-minded about race relations and not at all like those evil racist white males (like, from “The South”)) for their investment of their votes in him by leading a great new migration of Blacks into Maine and Vermont, where the houses are not getting shabby, and never is heard a discouraging word about blacks and white-racism all day.

Romney Is President

http://www.nytimes.com/2012/11/11/opinion/sunday/dowd-romney-is-president.html?ref=maureendowd

Listen closely and hear the death rattle of the white male patriarchy.

After the White Establishment, What’s Next?

http://ideas.time.com/2012/11/14/after-the-white-establishment-whats-next

This moment in history, and its accelerating demographic shift, could give us zero-sum politics fueled by white status anxiety. Or it could give us the opportunity to at last detach Americanness from whiteness.

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brigadon November 14, 2012 at 08:30

actually, from what I understand, more asian-american voters voted for Romney.
The only people who voted for Obama were people who believed their ‘skin color’ or their ‘sex’ was the most important things to them. cast aside humanity, or nukes, or the deficit… It’s amazing how bigoted the minorities are.

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keyster November 14, 2012 at 08:30

Oh just great!
We’re having a fun discussion about sex and intrigue among the highest ranking military men in the US, and Mickey T wants to talk about boring stuff like Benghazi and Hillary and Susan Rice lying. Rumor was that the Libyan ambassador had been raped before his death too – – BORING!

Just as he slid his throbbing manhood deep inside her quivering moist love crevice, she heard over the crackle of the intercom, “Fire torpedo 1, Torpedo 1 away!”. It was almost as if she was being taken by the large underwater craft itself, each thrust in rhythm with the moan of the engines. “Fire your torpedo deeper, deeper into my lust craven loins.”

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shmiggen November 14, 2012 at 10:44

The Ensign leaned upon the railing, gazing out on the water becalmed under an azure sky. She had just graduated from the Academy and been assigned to the guided-missile destroyer. As she stood there her heart skipped a beat, for she saw a group of tall, broad-shouldered enlisted men begin performing routine maintenance of the anchor chain. She admired the masculine swiftness of their movements, and the forearms which pulsed with muscle. She turned and looked to the sea again, but not before she glanced a handsome officer striding her way. Her bosom flooded with passion. It was Lieutenant Brock Shackleford, the man who first welcomed her aboard. His chiseled features and rugged good looks made her nipples erect, which she did not try to conceal. She would wait for him tonight in shaft alley, in the engine room, and take him inside her….

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Mickey T November 14, 2012 at 10:57

You think that is boring, just wait til we find out the real reason for all these sex scandals. But, not to worry, we can still talk about the real reason Elizabeth Warren wanted to go to DC was to be in the proximity of the Washington Monument. Rumor has it that she and some friends want to take turns strapping on to use as a dildo.

Not bad, Keyster. Got a good chuckle. Is all that yours??

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keyster November 14, 2012 at 11:09

actually, from what I understand, more asian-american voters voted for Romney.

Wrong.
Asians broke about the same as hispanics.
They’re the invisible “special interest” demographic.

Looking at a breakdown of the 2012 election exit polling, Obama won the 18- to 29-year-old vote 60% to 37%, in spite of the fact that half of all recent college graduates are unemployed or underemployed.

He won women by 11 points and unmarried women by an incredible 36 points. The marriage gap was far greater than the gender gap.

Obama won African-Americans with 93% of the vote, virtually unchanged from the 95% he won in 2008.

Latinos, one of the fastest growing demographics, went 71% to 27% in favor of Obama. And he won with Asians by a similarly enormous margin.

Among those who make less than $50,000 a year, Obama won 60% to 38%.

There weren’t votes cast for Obama.
There were votes cast AGAINST the “privilaged white male class”, of which Romney and Ryan clearly represented.

I’m all for diversity and inclusivity provided said “protected groups” are competent and trustworthy; and don’t oppress white males. Unfortunately tokenism and reverse discrimination is already happening on a grand scale.

Tammy Duckworth beat out evil white-male Joe Walsh for a congressional seat. A disabled military female minority. Had she only been gay too, she might have run for president. The next level of Identity Politics Chic is the Trifecta candidate – female/minority and something else such as gay and/or disabled. If you’re a hetero-normative white male you might as well not even try running for political office – especially under any GOP ticket.

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ballyhoo November 14, 2012 at 11:09

The real story behind the story?
Take your chances
http://original.antiwar.com/justin/2012/11/11/a-covert-affair-petraeus-caught-in-the-honeypot/

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Joeb November 14, 2012 at 11:12

Uncle Sam sucks cock now , What did we think . We went to work for 20 years came home one day looked up and Uncle sam turned into a cock sucking hippie .
We though there would be no impact on are culture . LOL

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stormin glormin November 14, 2012 at 11:15

…here’s a paranoid thought…what if the spin on these scandals will be to insinuate that we can’t trust men to be in charge of the country’s armed forces (their penises make them too hard to control!). What if the exposure of these scandals are just a first step towards pushing the idea of putting a butch feminist woman in charge of the armed forces…

…yeah, that’s probably paranoid. (I think.)

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meistergedanken November 14, 2012 at 11:18

And yet, Nancy Pelosi, the top Democrat of the House, said today:

“The point is if America is to reach its full fulfilment as a nation,” says Pelosi, “we must lift up women leadership in the economy, women in healthcare, in academia, any subject you can name, is more wholesome and successful with women involved.”

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keyster November 14, 2012 at 11:18

On a personal note the local Human Services office just confirmed I’m eligible for $200 of food stamps (it’s now a card) per month, of which I will be excepting. It was cool waiting in line with all the madres and their adorable anchor bambinos this morning. They had to find a clerk that could speak english just for me.

Ain’t no love for the beleaguered old white guy on the job hunting beat. Great weather for golf right now. Obama is king! Life is good!

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keyster November 14, 2012 at 11:29

“we must lift up women leadership in the economy…”

Code for “we must accelerate affirmative action initiatives to promote women into upper management positions proportional to white males.”

The White Male: The hardest working, most innovative demographic, and arguably the back-bone of America – needs to step aside. This message was sent loud and clear on November 6, 2012. We ain’t seen nothin’ yet friends. Either embrace your inner Obama or go Galt.

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zed November 14, 2012 at 11:29

And yet, Nancy Pelosi, the top Democrat of the House, said today:

“The point is if America is to reach its full fulfilment as a nation,” says Pelosi, “we must lift up women leadership in the economy, women in healthcare, in academia, any subject you can name, is more wholesome and successful with women involved.”

Well, of course – women have, after all, “eaten of the fruit of the tree of knowledge of good and evil” and are just in every way morally superior to men – at least in their own minds and the minds of the White Knights and manginas.

And, if we don’t swallow what women try to feed us, the WK&Ms stand ready to cram it down our throats.

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Mickey T November 14, 2012 at 11:32

Hope I’m repeating- Atty General, Eric Holder, knew that General Petraeus was being investigated for his extramarital etc affairs by the FBI in September, but he didn’t tell the President until the day after the election.

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Mickey T November 14, 2012 at 11:34

Hope I’m NOT repeating, of course.

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zed November 14, 2012 at 11:37

“we must lift up women leadership in the economy…”

That must be because women do tend to see farther when they are standing on someone’s backs.

Men – welcome to your new role as footstool.

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Mickey T November 14, 2012 at 11:41

Last year Brazil got their first Female president, Dilma Rousseff, who was quoted as saying during here swearing in speech:

“This is the century of the women”

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Norm November 14, 2012 at 12:33

meistergedanken November 14, 2012 at 11:18
And yet, Nancy Pelosi, the top Democrat of the House, said today:

“The point is if America is to reach its full fulfilment as a nation,” says Pelosi, “we must lift up women leadership in the economy, women in healthcare, in academia, any subject you can name, is more wholesome and successful with women involved.”

Hmmm… Botox Pelosi and her mangina husband’s wealth increased dramatically since she got into politics. Yet the employees who work for the Pelosi’s are non-union, yet she claims to support unions etc.

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keyster November 14, 2012 at 12:39

I spent the day at a temp agency yesterday. Seven very harried whirling dirvish women flitting about, chaotic, out of control busy bodies…phones ringing, copier not working, “the system is slow today”, etc.

All the people waiting to talk to someone were white guys, about a dozen of us – some seemed pretty desperate for work..construction, assembly or manufacturing…not enough seats so some just stood like Tom Joad might have. Eventually a woman and then a mexican guy joined us, but for a while there the juxtuposition of the self-righteous busy office ladies against the lowly men waiting to talk to them about a job, was striking in contrast, if not prophetic of what’s to come….or is it already here?

I asked if they were hiring as they seemed to be short staffed, one just laughed and said it’s always like this. “This” being what work is supposed to be like in their minds – – inefficiently pushing paper around, lack of process control and utter confusion about how to get things done.

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Anon November 14, 2012 at 12:54

Women quotas for executive team and company board memberships … but no such women quotas for less salubrious areas, like coal mines or jails.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-20322317
“The European Commission has defended proposals for there to be at least 40% women non-executive directors on the boards of big listed companies by 2020.”

http://conservativehome.blogs.com/platform/2012/07/claire-perry-mp.html
“Claire Perry MP: Prison for girls is not the answer. Claire Perry is the Member of Parliament for Devizes. Follow Claire on Twitter.

Generally speaking, girls are much better behaved than boys. That isn’t some ludicrous Victorian stereotype, but a fact drawn out by crime statistics… …This has two significant consequences: it creates a youth criminal justice system built with boys in mind and it very often means that, for those girls who have ended up caught up in lives of crime, something must have gone very wrong.”

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migu November 14, 2012 at 13:12

I think it’s grand theatre. I can’t wait to see how big this beaver trap really is.

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Mickey T November 14, 2012 at 16:27

Isreal and Hamas are shelling each other at the Gaza Strip. As of the writing of this post, 8 are dead including 2 small children and experts say the conflict could easily escalate.

Isreal is our closest ally in that part of the world so Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu telephoned the White House for assistance of some kind. The White House put Joe Biden on the telephone to speak to the Prime Minister. It is not clear what happened after that call, but the Prime Minister was finally able to contact the President and the President was quoted as saying to the Prime Minister “We’re with you.” Nothing further was reported.

As we know, it is unfortunate, at this critical time with so many lives hanging in the balance, Sec’y of State, Hillary Clinton, is not available because she has an engagement in Australia tasting fine wine and exotic cheese.

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Sam November 14, 2012 at 17:31

Man, don’t you see where this is going? You are not going to keep women out of the submarines, the accusations of sexual assault and rape are not going to go away. When will end up taking over the military and reworking it to suit themselves. If males are allowed in, they will be segregated “for the women’s safety”, as opposed to keeping women out because of the potential harm to men.

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Jaego November 14, 2012 at 18:21

The imitation is the Enemy of the Real. Just so, the Republican Party is the ultimate Enemy of the White Man and his Civilization. It’s GOT To GO.
http://www.counter-currents.com/2012/11/the-republican-party-must-perish/#more-33111

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Wilson November 15, 2012 at 04:51

Don’t forget the purge of the Secret Service, one of whom committed suicide. Really wonder if this power structure can maintain itself, since the next spy or bodyguard might be less passive. Obama is going to need a Amazonian Guard like Gaddafi.

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Stallywood November 15, 2012 at 08:29

“The White Male: The hardest working, most innovative demographic, and arguably the back-bone of America – needs to step aside. This message was sent loud and clear on November 6, 2012. We ain’t seen nothin’ yet friends. Either embrace your inner Obama or go Galt.”

Sad, but unfortunately very true. There are a shitload of idiots in this country, ….the fact that Obutthole received ANY votes, proves this.
These morons are going to get exactly what they deserve….But since I have the bad luck to live in this country, I am gonna have to share in the crap storm. Liberals will be doubling down on all their AA bullshit, and even as productivity goes to crap, Women will be touted as the greatest thing since sliced bread……
On a brighter note, I spose we will find out what he promised to the Russians, after the election. (sarcasm)

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Stallywood November 15, 2012 at 08:42

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y5OdQGbVNa4&feature=related

“The effects of Emasculation” … gets me angry all over again, watching this. Especially the part where the woman is beating on the man, (in front of the police), and everyone is laughing. Or the part where the man hits the woman back in self def, and the manginas give him a beat down… and are Proud of it.

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brigadon November 15, 2012 at 10:28

Jaego, consider the alternative. Satan may be evil, but Cthulhu is infinitely worse.

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Mickey T November 15, 2012 at 15:21

Cheer up, Stallywood. These may be the good ole days when we look back in 20017 and find Hillary and Bill back in the White House again.

BTW- I believe it was the same poll ,where 42% of those who voted for Obama used his reaction to Hurricane Sandy as a major deciding factor, that 15% of the voters used that the only factor.

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zed November 15, 2012 at 15:39

And… the story just keeps getting stranger, but paradoxically making more sense.

http://dalrock.wordpress.com/2012/11/13/hussygate-a-manosphere-special/#comment-61735

The cheating is the least of Petraeus’ crimes, as pathetic as it is. Even if he were a perfect husband, father and military general, this:
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/11/13/jill-kelley-sister-custody_n_2124316.html
is reason enough for me to hate the man.

Grayson Wolfe got custody of his children in an American court, because it was proven that his ex-wife, Natalie Khawam, was an unfit parent. Petraeus and John Allen meddled in the relationship of this man with his children, used their position to have the ruling reversed, and put those children in danger. In the article it says that this bitch beat her kids so badly after this pathetic white knighting, that they ended up in hospital.

Think about this. Here are two establishment assholes, pillars of the system, who are victimizing little kids, taking them away from the father that loves them, all so that these same two white-knight losers can impress some over-the-hill, aging, dried-out, wall-hitting snatch.

I saw in another piece about this fiasco that the emails from Allen to Kelley numbered in the tens of thousands of pages – while Allen was supposedly overseeing our failed operations in Afghanistan during which thousands of young men died. Perhaps our military would have done better if Allen had kept his mind on his duties instead of playing “child custody expert” and intervening on behalf of Kelley’s sister.

White Knights will be the death of us all.

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American November 15, 2012 at 16:01

Zed says…“Perhaps more to the point – we may need to re-institute the practices of the Chinese and Ottoman empires, which only allowed top administrative positions to be held by eunuchs.”……………………………………………

American says…. eunuchs seem to make good administrators, and were functional with a strong patriarch at the top post who could counter-act the eunuch’s unsustainable influence on the masses.
In America right now we have alot of eunuchs in top positions in the media/ military/ and education with no strong patriarchy to counter the “Eunuch Influence”.

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American November 15, 2012 at 16:11

The eunuch has his position, just like the court Jester had his position. But the “eunuch influence” with no strong patriarch to counter-act this, has led to what we see around us today, the vilification and persecutions of the hetero-male, the hetero-family unit; which is not only perversely un-fair to innocent men and boys, but is also “unsustainable”.
We in fact may be dealing with an American “Eunuch revolt”, that will have to get more perverse and sick, before it gets better.

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