Watch out, guys. ‘Real women’ are (apparently) something else….
Whilst cruising around the ‘net, I came across this peach of an article – one which struck a nerve:
Now, I like this because it’s true – oh so true. And I as a real woman really would appreciate it! But no! We can’t have that bcuz:
Now, what if I reverse this, and write:
Real MEN provide. Real women RESPECT it.
Can you see what she’s doing wrong here? She’s taking a superior tone – can you imagine the furore if the sign had read that?
Well the ‘wimin’ of North Carolina are in uproar, so much so that they are planning to hold a protest the against the sign in Winston-Salem, and are planning to put up their own signs all around the town.
I despair of my (ungrateful) sex sometimes. Where is the love, ladies? Where is the love?
You can read the rest of the sorry tale here: Link
Yes, I know, but bear with me, please. It’s been one of those weeks… I hope this at least amuses you a bit!
Soap dishes became, for me, an emblem of what society has become. You see the eco trend, and Agenda 21 would never have been mooted had the patriarchy not been smashed. If we still had a patriarchy in place, just how many designs of soap dishes would there be in the world?
Now, stop laughing, I’m serious!
Just look at any of the stores you’ll find locally that stock homewares – they all have multiple different designs of soap dishes! I don’t think I have ever owned a soap dish. The bathroom beaker I bought when I first got married is the very same one I use today – maybe this is poor ‘womaning’ on my part, but I was brought up that you didn’t replace what wasn’t broken, and you didn’t buy things you didn’t need. Basins are designed, in this country, to accommodate soap without soap dishes, thus making a soap dish an affectation which is just uneccessary in my view (according to my upbringing).
So what’s my point here?
We’re in trouble if we think that Agenda 21/Agenda 2030 is anything to do with the environment – if it was, this example clearly shows that returning Europe to a patriarchal system would solve the eco crisis almost immediately.
Secondly we’re in trouble because mostly-indecisive and fickle creatures are now effectively running a fair part the world’s economy (if you exclude oil/gas/steel and armaments). Pandering to materialistic women is a full time job for the advertising industry – and of course there IS NO ECO crisis or this would have been stopped altogether.
And what’s worse is that a lot of women are seriously stressed! They are stressed by the power they have had given them by the NWO. They deal with that stress by trying to control absolutely everything around them, and everyone, because they can see what needs to be done, yet lack the instincts of men when it comes to outcomes. They feel un-supported by their men, and this only then adds to their ‘lonely-at-the-top’ feelings, and that feeds, often, into a somewhat-narcissitic belief that they are somehow greater than men, because men don’t care about minutiae. And they don’t…
I’ll share here a brief tale I may have shared before. A friend of mine was complaining about her ex-boyfriend. She said he wouldn’t use a coaster (there’s another one RIGHT THERE! A soap dish MKII). She said he’d always put his cup down and leave a ring on the coffee table. I said to her, “Varnish it – because he’s never going to care.”
She looked horrified. It was for her, easier to imagine subduing and oppressing this man – in fact she had left him, and one of the petty annoyances which had stayed with her enough to repeat to me was that he left rings on the coffee table.
WE HAVE BIGGER THINGS TO WORRY ABOUT NOW, SWEETHEART – like rapey-eyed Muslims and Somalians. We have psychotic leaders who want to push us towards war. We have BIGGER FISH TO FRY than the damned coffee table sweetheart.
Ladies, we must sit up and take note! I know the majority of you reading this are already on the same page, but that doesn’t mean we don’t benefit from hearing it again.