Woman Begs Men: "Rescue Us from Suicidal Feminist Brainwashing"
October 30, 2014(left, feminist YouTube makes heterosexuality a crime and a sickness)
A woman explains
how feminist brainwashing
has petrified heterosexuals.
She asks men to be much more
not less assertive.
"Most women now react like they are super models. We feel insulted when a man approaches us, unless his social status is visible.... in that case, we feel very flattered...But with most men, we feel suspicious, we feel insulted: how dare he talk to me? How can he approach me? What does he have to 'offer' or to give me? And we react very aggressively, very arrogantly, sneer at whoever does not look 'rich'."
by Anthony Migchels
Thursday the war between the "Social Justice Warriors" (aka Red Guards) and men centered around a particularly nasty meme: a video by a woman walking through New York, claiming to be 'harassed' by cat calling and men saying hello. It has received more than 10 million views.
But our women are learning too, and when they do, they immediately become a force for good again............
The two main things that are visible in this video are the incredible body language of the young woman, walking and looking as if she's constantly spit upon, and the generally friendly and good natured, albeit it sometimes somewhat primitive greetings from the men.
Yes, the scene with the guy walking alongside her for while was a little over the top, but the woman could easily have stopped it, by simply slowing down or halting, forcing his hand.
The message is that male attention is harassment. The Communists ('Feminists') want to end natural, pleasant relations, by mind controlling women into thinking this is male interest is 'harassment'. Men have no right, apparently, to be attracted to a pretty young women, let alone make it be known.
And, unopposed, it works. Plenty of women fall for it, as many comments showed. However, when asked directly, many women said that cat calling and nice gestures by men are not at all unwelcome in themselves, when not overbearing.
Here's what a friend Saba who lives here in Amsterdam had to say about it, an insightful, sad and simultaneously uplifting view.
"In the 70s and 80s, we were forcefully told that men were all rapist, violent, controlling and oppressors by nature and it would only be a matter of time and opportunity for them to show their real nature.
Women have also been taught, through the magazines, TV, advertising etc. that we are all 'goddesses' within and that it is for us to let the goddess within us shine.
(left, Saba, visiting Bali)
In the 90's, a new cult was forced upon us: the super model cult. You remember that group with Claudia Schiffer, Cindy Crawford, Karen Mulder, Naomi Campbell etc.... Interesting to point out that it did not last, I think it was not meant to last, but its effects are visible now.
Most women now react like they are super models. We feel insulted when a man approaches us, unless his social status is visible.... in that case, we feel very flattered...
But with most men, we feel suspicious, we feel insulted: how dare he talk to me? How can he approach me? What does he have to 'offer' or to give me? And we react very aggressively, very arrogantly, sneer at whoever does not look 'rich'.
Modern men, who for the most part have been raised by their moms alone after she got rid of the dad, are now petrified to say hello to woman or simply smile at her.
Men seem to be troubled by so many thoughts that kind of paralyze them and prevent them from making a move toward someone they find attractive: 'she is too beautiful for me, too rich for me, too intelligent, out of my league' etc.
And when a woman smiles back, we have a weird situation: they now think 'OK, what is wrong with this one? Why is she smiling back? She must be the cheap kind' etc.
This has happened to me....
But women are still women and our genetic code has not changed (not yet!). And we still want the same thing, which is: we only want men to love us.
Society has provided us with great 'diversion' so that we do not see through it, so that we do not think about our deep loneliness and misery, so that we fill up the gap only a man can fill. These diversions are our jobs, friends, shopping, 'social life' (think Sex and the City), but the older we get, the more the spell fades away.
Often, it is too late. Women still dream of the same thing our grandmothers did. But we do not understand why men do not approach us; we all wonder where have real men gone.
We think and are told by the magazines/TV/ads, that we are not beautiful enough....And so we go to the gym, we diet, we dress in a way that we know you will like. We read more women magazines to get tips on how to wear make up, dress, even make love. We do all this for you.
But you do not react and so we undress more and more; all this to get you to look and smile at us.
You do not react because you are so scared to. And when some of men do react, then we repel them (if they do not look rich).
It is a vicious circle that can only end once women realize that they have been taken for a ride and get off the feminist bandwagon.
Western men are the ones who do not react. Arab men and black men do and are the only ones because they have not been yet emasculated.
There was a time, not so long ago, in the 1990s, where Latin men did as well. These were my student years and I remember them very well. And now, even Latin men have been reigned in. And the greatest losers of this situation is us, women.
Trust me Anthony, believe me, all women, when alone or amongst each other, we all wonder where have men gone and we all dream of them coming back...."
And Saba added:
"I was surrounded by gay men, in all my London years: gay men are very 'masculine' in their bodies and cultivate the macho look to the extreme. But THAT is ok.
Straight men who want to look like men and not like metro-sexuals, are called macho and that is an insult, which women use the same way we use 'fascist'.
'Don't know how to treat a lady, don't know how to be a man'.
Women no longer act like women but want to be treated like ladies. But we are scared or suspicious when a man does treat us that way or acts like a man and so we reject them.
How on earth can we get out of this impasse? What can we do, what can be done?"
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Anthony Migchels is an Interest-Free Currency activist and founder of the Gelre, the first Regional Currency in the Netherlands. You can read all of his articles on monetary on his blog Real Currencies and other highly opinionated articles on Making Sense of the Senseless.
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