|January 2018 AD
2017 Civil War on Men
There can be no doubt that handing women the right to vote was a vicious evil imposed upon this country.
Not a single woman voted for the 19th Amendment giving women the right to vote, and yet, where do we stand today?
today are held in utter disdain by women. By women in Hollywood,
by women in business, by women in media and by woman in political
office, especially the lady last running for President, Hillary
Men are being driven from power in all four segments
of power in America: the Hollywood entertainment business, the MSM
media business, regular business and politics.
How did this feminist coup e'tat happen?
Through propaganda for the passage of the 19th in the year 1919, many promises were made to
American men about how noble it would be to have the "civilizing
influence of women" in politics.Civilizing influence?
first "civilizing" battles of women actually came the year before the
19th Amendment, in 1918, where primarily at the behest of women's
18th Amendment was
to take the bottle away from "the drunken man who abused the poor
wife", or "the drunken man who lost his job and did not provide for the
poor wife (and HER children)." Women pushed male legislatures to pass
Prohibition. Perhaps we should have
seen how badly that worked out for America before ratifying the next
19th Amendment was approved by a totally male Congress in 1919, and
ratified by totally male States the next year in 1920. Its
influence was felt immediately in the freed women who became the
flapping floozies in the Roaring 20's. Never before were
women so "liberalized". No drunken husband...hell, no husband at
all. What politician, who now needed the women's vote, was ever going to disagree from now on?
We repealed the 18th Amendment with
the 21st Amendment after America was besieged with criminal mafia
organizations, bloody Saturday Night Massacres, and illegal
Speak-Easies for the dedicated drunks who were getting their drink
anyway - at a tremendous bootleg cost - who was now coming home totally
broke to beat the poor wife.
The 18th was an utter failure causing more drunken evil than sober
civilization. But we should have repealed the 19th Amendment as
also a huge mistake, for far worst evil was on the horizon.
- Women fought to overthrow the "Law of Man" in regards to
marriage. "No woman should be forced against her will to remain married
to any man" said the final rendition of "no-fault divorce". But all divorced men shall be forced to pay for divorced
mom to sleaze around with other men in front of his kids, so decreed women-backed politicians.
fought to overthrow the "Law of Man" in regards to sexual reproduction.
The pill was legalized, and divorce after marriage was needed no more for "freedom", as women were now free to
"shack up" before marriage without the unwelcome consequence of
children. Thanks woman-backed legislatures.
the children came anyway, and
women once again overthrew the "Law of Man" in regards to abortion
laws. Women wanted the godlike power to judge when and where their
children would be born and women-elected politicians gave them that
power. Abortion laws were overthrown, so that women would have the
privilege of being not just allowed, but protected by government, when
murdering of their own children.
civilized in what men do best -- fighting wars? The answer here
is HELL NO!!! Women voters also threw away the "Law of Man" in regards
to the morality of war, but not in a peaceful direction.
Seems when only men ran
things, men didn't necessarily want to go out to risk their neck,
unless for a
very, very good cause. That is, freedom from a tyrant English king,
freedom from a tyrant Mexican dictator Santa Anna in the case of Texas,
freedom of black men in the Civil War, and the manifest destiny wars of
the anti-Catholic Mexican-American and Spanish-American Wars. Since
women obtained the right to vote,
women-backed politicians seem more than eager to send young boys off to
First 2 World Wars, then the Korean War, the Vietnam War, the Cold War,
and the Middle Eastern wars. Women-elected politicians seem to have no
priority to win either, so we had to fight Germany twice, will have to
fight Korea twice, Iraq twice, and lost in Vietnam in a stalemate, but
would have had to fight them again of we still had any backbone at all
Hey, it's not women voters who have to die on a battlefield. A
country who cherishes "no taxation without representation", I have
always said should also cherish its opposite just as well, "No representation
without taxation. In regard to women though, we should also
cherish "no representation without haven given their own blood".
The same women who believe they have a right to kill their own
children in their womb, seem to have no guilt conscience in sending
their 18-year-old sons off to senseless battlefields overseas as well, where we
do not win a war we have no interest in its outcome. After women became voters, why are we only fighting across the
Atlantic and Pacific oceans against nations of no threat to us - until we allow their men to come here to threaten us?
overturned the "Law of Man" in regards to immigrants. Since these women
are not going to have to fight these evil illegal immigrants, they are
not concerned about their personal safety. Probably look at Muslim and
Mexican men as more manly than American men, even as many seem to
prefer black men to white men. Not that American men are not enticed to
Asian and Hispanic women over unfeminine overbearing American women.
America has arrived at the final insult. All men are sexual harassers
against all women.
In earlier years, men who were in favor of the woman's movement were
given a pass; hence, Teddy Kennedy was reelected time after time after
Chappaquiddick. Roman Polanski could get under aged girls drunk and
rape them for a movie role, because he was producing liberating movies
for women, and women swooned over him. Bill Clinton could do no wrong
against women so long as he was pro-abortion. While Harvey Weinstein
was handing out movie roles for women, he was tolerated. In Hollywood,
hired prostitutes to star in their pornography of young ladies
sleeping around in romance shows AKA Sex in the City, really bad
prostitutes in the Bad Moms Christmas movie, and a TV comedy like SMILF
where the pornography is in the title of the TV show itself. It
Jewish directors and producers being accused by the prostitutes
they hired of being forced onto a "casting couch" to get their job. Not
a one of these "ladies" have been outed or been accused of sending a
director a picture of herself with the initials DRR written over it.
Director's Rights Respected are young women wanting to beat the
competition by trading their body for a starring role. We just thought
Hollywood was nothing more than Sodom and Gomorrah reincorporated, but
now we find all the men sleeping with underage men, women sleeping with
underage women and men actually sleeping with the women under them are
than auditions for roles in Jewish produced R-rated movies. And
that reflects upon all of America. It expanded from there. Into
the MSM media entertainment business, everyday business and politics.
caused all this? Women have "come a long way baby" from 1919. The year
2017 was the year women saw themselves finally in total control of the
country with a feminist icon as President. Instead, feminist-icon
Hillary Clinton lost
the election to a man's man in Donald Trump. This is what caused the
2017 civil war
So I have finally
arrived at the belief that the 19th Amendment must go the way of the
18th Amendment, AFTER the 17th Amendment has been repealed.
16th, 17th, 18th, and 19th Amendments, they have all been Progressive plagues upon this country.
Areas women do not complain
when using their sex against men
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men (and a few Christian men) cannot figure out why they are being
imprisoned for accepting this open invitation to them.
doubt one of the things 2017 will be remembered for was the cascade of
sexual harassment allegations and resignations rolling through the
worlds of entertainment and politics, beginning with the spectacular
fall of once-untouchable Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein.
opportunists should not be allowed to distract us from the devastating
indictment of centralized power and the hypocrisy of the political
class delivered by the “#MeToo” story.
serial abuse of women in Hollywood has become the stuff of dark legend,
and the extent of his efforts to silence his victims is astounding. A
great deal of the motion picture industry was corrupted by Weinstein
over the years, ranging from high-profile actors who knowingly kept his
secrets to mafia-style intimidation tactics involving numerous giant
film corporations and talent agencies. In fact, a lawsuit has been
filed against Weinstein under the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt
Organizations Act (RICO) because his operation so clearly follows the
model of organized crime.
was powerful enough to destroy the careers of anyone who threatened
him, allegedly causing a few up-and-coming star actresses to vanish
from the silver screen by privately blacklisting them with top
directors. Former employees of his Miramax movie company have described
it as a “brainwashing cult,” the “cult of Harvey,” a kingdom ruled by a
mercurial tyrant whose sexual predation and cover-ups destroyed
countless careers and drove some of his employees to alcoholism and
Weinstein horror is a story about the abuse of power on a breathtaking
scale, conducted with the assistance of an industry that regards itself
as morally superior to ordinary Americans and never stops telling them
how to live their lives, spend their money, and vote. The industry that
shapes American culture more than any other force was a vast spider web
with a bloated predator lurking at its heart.
down the list of participants in Weinstein’s conspiracy of silence, or
the list of other Hollywood figures accused of harassment and assault
after Weinstein went down and the floodgates opened, and you’ll see any
number of people who have lectured Americans on morality, attacked
industries they disapproved of, and even testified to Congress as star
sexual harassment scandal rapidly spread to the other vital organs of
centralized power in America: politics and journalism. One trusted
journalist and respected political leader after another went down. Many
of them held prominent positions of high public trust for decades
before their predatory behavior was revealed. Many of them were
arrogant moralizers who postured as champions of the little guy and
defenders of the little gal.
American people were unquestionably lied to by their media Gatekeepers
of Truth to protect these powerful predators. Stories were spiked at
news organizations to shield them. More stories we’ll never know about
are probably buried in unmarked graves behind television studios and
newspaper offices. Journalism and entertainment were corrupted for
generations for the sake of enabling harassment, the way light bends
around a black hole.
for the political predators, some of them were in power for
generations, too. Taxpayers are still struggling to digest the
revelation of a congressional slush fund to quietly settle sexual
harassment complaints. Veteran journalist Cokie Roberts suddenly let
slip that women in the Washington press corps knew who the predators
were, and did what they could to avoid getting cornered by them, but
kept them secret from the public for years.
political and journalistic campaigns of intimidation against victims
and witnesses were less breathtaking in scale than Weinstein’s but
followed the same model of powerful men threatening fragile careers if
a strict code of silence was not observed. As with Hollywood studios,
the halls of power in Washington and the newsrooms of New York are
places where a few quiet words from a powerful man can destroy the
career a woman has worked hard and sacrificed much to build.
number of people who knew about these terrible “open secrets” for ages,
but kept silent even after the rise of social media, is astonishing in
retrospect. The Alabama Senate race turned on allegations of a
different sort of sexual misconduct, but a common factor with the other
stories was the remarkable number of people who knew about the
situation for years but said nothing. The great national outpouring of
disgust over Weinstein and the other scandals made many voters
skeptical of Republican candidate Roy Moore’s denials and unwilling to
dismiss his objectionable activities from three decades ago as “old
news.” At the moment, there probably isn’t any “old” news about rich
and powerful men (and a few women!) abusing their authority to satisfy
their sexual urges.
is an aspect of the sexual harassment nuclear meltdown that we have not
yet come to terms with as a society. We celebrate those who are
stepping forward today as heroes, but we are reluctant to dwell on the
fact that they kept their silence for so long. Today it’s “#MeToo”—but
where were you then? Why didn’t you say something and spare countless
women who came after you from suffering at the hands of a powerful
telling that Time’s “Person of the Year” award was given to the
“Silence Breakers,” the women who have spoken up since the Weinstein
scandal exploded, but no mention was made of the man who actually
defied Weinstein’s power and broke the silence, journalist Ronan
Farrow. (As a consolation prize, Time’s editors were nice enough to
mention Farrow as one of several “determined journalists” who did
“phenomenal reporting” in 2017 when they explained why they gave Person
of the Year to someone else. Farrow wasn’t even the first, second, or
third name they mentioned!)
course, no one wants to be unkind to women who were victimized and
terrorized by monsters like Weinstein, so we’re naturally reluctant to
criticize them even slightly for being intimidated into silence by
tyrants who could easily have destroyed their livelihoods. It’s much
easier to turn our ire against millionaire stars who participated in
Weinstein’s conspiracy of silence but were not directly assaulted
a society, we have sworn to do better in the future, and part of that
effort must include making it easier for victims to come forward. That
goal will not be made easier to reach by criticizing anyone from the
last wave of victims for holding their tongues so long. It’s also
important to appreciate just how thoroughly the most powerful of these
predators could destroy a woman who threatened them, with weapons
ranging from gigantic lawsuits to character assassination. The stakes
were much higher for many of these women, and for witnesses to the
abuse, than merely losing a really good job.
do we do better next time? Reflexively crediting all accusations from
every accuser—the standard resigning Senator Al Franken demanded for
young men in college, but was suddenly reluctant to embrace for
himself—is a recipe for abuse and a violation of due process. There are
already murmurs that the sexual harassment crusade might be going too
far, calls to regain a sense of proportion about which allegations are
serious, credible, and actionable. The American people don’t need
front-row seats to an endless blood sport in which activists use
sketchy harassment allegations to knock out politicians they don’t like.
are well-founded concerns about political opportunists latching on to
the sexual harassment crusade, especially after the Alabama Senate race
put the scent of political blood in the water. The suspiciously-timed
raft of left-wing op-eds admitting that Bill Clinton is a sexual
predator who should have been punished more seriously for his crimes
felt distinctly opportunistic—a battening down of the hatches before
Democrats sail into a new “War on Women” political narrative and fire
broadsides at every male Republican in sight.
speculate this was a generational shift brought about by young
left-wingers finally learning the full story of the Clinton presidency,
venting their disgust at the hypocritical old-guard feminists who gave
Bill Clinton a pass, and proving they are more serious about the
dignity of individual women than the political hacks of the Nineties.
Others wonder if the “Second Look at Bill” boomlet was more about
purging the Clinton influence from the Democratic Party and keeping
names like Monica Lewinsky, Kathleen Willey, and Juanita Broaddrick
from complicating the Democrats’ 2018 midterm election narrative.
of that narrative will clearly involve resurrecting the harassment
narrative against President Trump. Ronan Farrow wasn’t mentioned in
Time’s “Person of the Year” article, but Donald Trump somehow slipped
in there over a dozen times, even though the charge against him was
merely that he used some crude language in a conversation. Three women
who accused him of more serious misconduct suddenly reappeared in the
media in December, even though there were no new developments and no
fresh evidence to support their charges.
Trump denies these allegations, and his defenders say they were
litigated thoroughly in the court of public opinion during the 2016
think the “#MeToo” scandals are an opportunity for a little double
jeopardy. They hope to build a narrative sturdy enough to tarnish the
GOP at large, and loop in a few policy proposals they can run on in
2018’s sequel to the blockbuster 2012 “War on Women” extravaganza.
will be expected not to dwell on the fact that so many of the worst
predators revealed in the sexual harassment meltdown were staunch men
of the left and big Democratic Party donors, and to forget that
Democratic Party leadership was quick to scribble out sexual harassment
free passes for liberal “icons,” a tradition that stretches back to
in all this political maneuvering is the lesson Americans really should
learn from the sexual harassment meltdown: the dangers of centralized
is not a scandal that coincidentally just happened to affect
entertainment media, journalism, and politics. Those are the three
pillars of centralized power in the United States, and they are
symbiotic. They depend on each other for story content, influence,
political contributions, access to newsmakers, and the ability to
silence accusers. In what other industries would so many politically
active, outspoken, charismatic, and financially secure women keep quiet
about a tidal wave of crimes that strike at the very heart of feminist
is the bait that lures victims, the fuel for arrogance, and the milk
that nourishes the sense of childish entitlement displayed by so many
of the men who walked out of the shower naked in front of female
subordinates, or pushed buttons to lock them in offices until they paid
proper tribute to the big star. Power is the prize that makes
influential people abandon their principles in pursuit of some greater
long ago became the substitute for personal honor and moral judgment in
our political class, which most definitely includes top journalists and
the culture-makers of Hollywood. They share a common belief that policy
positions are the true measure of morality. As a “feminist” infamously
put it at the height of the Lewinsky scandal, Bill Clinton was entitled
to a few blowjobs for keeping abortion legal. To this day, despite
mountains of evidence to the contrary, some insist that Democrats with
solid left-wing voting records simply cannot be misogynists or racists.
There is a reason Harvey Weinstein’s first response to the exposure of
his misdeeds was to declare war against the National Rifle Association.
does anyone in their right mind think it’s a good idea to give the
political class even more control over our lives after discovering it’s
filled with predators, opportunistic hypocrites, eager sycophants
willing to keep the darkest of secrets, and egomaniacs who view
ordinary men and women as disposable fodder for their appetites?
course, we’ll be told “#MeToo” is an indictment of all men everywhere,
not the titans of the peculiar industries that actually produced and
enabled the scandal. We’ll be told even greater government power over
the lives of ordinary people is the only way to prevent future abuses.
Don’t believe it for an instant. The sexual harassment meltdown is
eternal proof that power is the problem, not the solution.
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