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PostSubject: Re: Feminism Sun Apr 10, 2011 10:54 am

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Did this dude just say men are becoming like braided chocolate on your cappuccino?



Quite obviously women's lib was funded in this direction by the government for a larger workforce and more production for their true end goals to be reached. Nazi/Ashkenazi backed 100%.

When that woman was talking about men still having the upperhand because of being the rule makers, she basically showed what I mean about how women (and blacks) etc do not fully understand what the hell they're doing or why they want what they claim they do. It's not a matter of winning their game. The only way to ever 'win' is through destruction/dismantling to pave the way for a new creation. This is not made possible for inferior spirits/intellects or the mediocre masses. Those that want complete peace and harmony want a degradation; a slowing process. They only postpone their own demise, and are demised because they desire to postpone, and etch away from the core until they're fallen.

Just because you can't see it, doesn't mean it's not there ;]

Trust me when I say the cleansing is taking place, the rulers are where they're supposed to be, and everything is going according to plan......while the world wastes away in everyday slave-life.


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PostSubject: Re: Feminism Sun Apr 10, 2011 7:47 pm

Retard....you must learn to separate your self from the specimens and the evidence, otherwise you participate in your own evaluations and you turn into a bubbling fool .

Retard....learn to detach yourself from the reactions to the actions or else you become a participant in the very experiment or phenomenon you use to evaluate reality objectively.

Retard...even the testament of a simpleton is valid if you learn to separate the crap from the fact.

Isn't Brian coming out soon?
No, try Adam or John.

And good luck dear.

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PostSubject: Re: Feminism Sun Apr 10, 2011 9:01 pm

What does that have to do with anything? Where have I failed to separate myself from evaluations being made? It looks more like you need to take your own advice and leave your bitterness behind.....
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PostSubject: Re: Feminism Tue Aug 30, 2011 12:31 pm

An interesting Thesis, no doubt -- but nothing radically new, nothing offensive or different (which is, admittedly, what I was expecting) which I suppose is anticipated by your quoting Orwell. I've been sifting through it; it's more reading material than I can take on, right now. I think you're drawing out the logical implications of a physiological-reading of Nietzsche, grounded in biology. Interesting. Worth writing, for sure.

On another note, you're from Quebec? I'm from Ontario. You have a son? I hadn't anticipated that...
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PostSubject: Re: Feminism Tue Aug 30, 2011 7:49 pm

I never claimed to be original, as I deny the very idea of uniqueness.
Even Einstein's Theory of Relativity was not something out of the blue.

Everything innovative and creative is a recombination of what already is.

What is "radical" about my thesis is my positions on race and sex and liberalism, which go against the established doctrine.

I quote Orwell, since you liked him:

Orwell, George wrote:
During times of universal deceit, telling the truth becomes a revolutionary act.

And...
Orwell, George wrote:

We have now sunk to a depth at which restatement of the obvious is the first duty of intelligent men.
If I am to be accused of stating the obvious, by some, then it is because this obvious is denied by the vast majority.

I am surrounded by stupidity, drowning in it. I am threatened by it, and still morons, like Fausty on ILP, think it is harmless, because he secretly finds agreement and comfort in it.
If I remain silent then I lend it credence; when I respect a retard repeating the common mantra, then I become culpable in the lie.


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PostSubject: Re: Feminism Wed Aug 31, 2011 1:00 am

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If I am to be accused of stating the obvious, by some, then it is because this obvious is denied by the vast majority.
Well put. My intentions weren't to demean, insult or otherwise critique your approach at all; I was merely articulating my first reaction to the bulk of your thesis. In any case, I'll be sure to read through it entirely in due time.

I recently had a run-in with Faust on ILP; he polluted one of my threads with his half-mocking urges that me and my kind were taking philosophy too seriously, that sometimes one needn't dig too deeply, that one ought to accept the common opinion on the matter. It should go without saying that I abhor Faust's brand of "philosophy."
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PostSubject: Re: Feminism Wed Aug 31, 2011 11:13 am

I have to agree to a large extent....

Humor is actually an indication of higher intelligence.

Faust doesn't always show it in serious ways...

However, he is one of the few people who can take on debates with me and keep up ;]]

And he knows logic like the back of his hand! :]
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PostSubject: Re: Feminism Wed Aug 31, 2011 11:43 am

Who are you on ILP, Poison? I'm not speaking of humour, I'm speaking of his lack of philosophical integrity, his willingness to concede to common-opinion -- such is his approach, but one would be hard-pressed to find implications of higher intelligence within it.
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PostSubject: Re: Feminism Wed Aug 31, 2011 11:44 am

He's a social person I guess :p

I've known Faust for many years :p
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PostSubject: Re: Feminism Wed Aug 31, 2011 6:54 pm

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If I am to be accused of stating the obvious, by some, then it is because this obvious is denied by the vast majority.
Well put. My intentions weren't to demean, insult or otherwise critique your approach at all; I was merely articulating my first reaction to the bulk of your thesis. In any case, I'll be sure to read through it entirely in due time.

I recently had a run-in with Faust on ILP; he polluted one of my threads with his half-mocking urges that me and my kind were taking philosophy too seriously, that sometimes one needn't dig too deeply, that one ought to accept the common opinion on the matter. It should go without saying that I abhor Faust's brand of "philosophy."
Which makes this bit a bit more interesting:

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What a beautiful display the woman Silhouette put on.
All venom and hatred...but she would call ti despising to feel like she's being faithful to her creed.

I guess your shared conclusions means you also share the same judgment.
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PostSubject: Re: Feminism Thu Sep 01, 2011 1:26 am

I imagine you're referring to the statement of mine that "I do believe some of the posters to be capable of productive thought. Satyr, no doubt, being one of them. Though he has little interest in filtering from his posts what I've mentioned plagues the forum, and so his ideas are hard to take seriously."

I do find a good chunk of your posts riddled with insults and condescension: this seems to be part of your style. I have trouble with it, personally. But it isn't a repudiation of your thought, not at all.

Do what you will.
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PostSubject: Re: Feminism Thu Sep 01, 2011 7:16 pm

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I imagine you're referring to the statement of mine that "I do believe some of the posters to be capable of productive thought. Satyr, no doubt, being one of them. Though he has little interest in filtering from his posts what I've mentioned plagues the forum, and so his ideas are hard to take seriously."

I do find a good chunk of your posts riddled with insults and condescension: this seems to be part of your style. I have trouble with it, personally. But it isn't a repudiation of your thought, not at all.

Do what you will.
Why do you think I will "do" anything?

I've explained why I insulted others, or how this was an expression of my honest opinion.
presumably being honest is not even allows on anonymous forums.

If you check my posts - and I think you are referring to the ones on ILP - you will find most of them riddled with insults, in between content.

But why are you so affected by insult?

On this forum, at least, you can insult, say, what you wish.
The only rule in this regard is that your post be about the subject.

For instance, if you think someone is a moron, in a thread about god, you can tell him/her, along with your arguments against his posts.
Simply posting insult with no content is prohibited, unless you start a thread specifically dedicated towards this.

So, if you think Satyr is a moron, but cannot find counter-arguments against his opinions, you can begin a thread focused on Satyr's hypothetical stupidity in the appropriate sub-section.

But in regards to the link, it was also about little Silhouette and her reply to you.
I thought it was brilliant.

I've never seen someone ignore me with such gusto.
She overlooks your post, thinking that you are agreeing with her about me, personally, and she goes off on her self-congratulating tangent.

That kind of stupidity can only be told what it is.

But, alas, little Fausty will get his panties wet...Just the possibility of banning me offers him satisfaction.
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PostSubject: Re: Feminism Thu Sep 29, 2011 8:39 am

Camus, Albert wrote:
In contrast to the ancient world, the unity of the Christian and Marxist world is astonishing. The two doctrines have in common a vision which completely separates them from the Greek attitude. Jaspers defines this very well: “It is a Christian way of thinking to consider that the history of man is strictly unique.” The Christians were the first to consider human life and the course of events as a history that is unfolding from a fixed beginning towards a definite end, in the course of which man achieves his salvation or earns his punishment. The philosophy of history springs from the Christian representation, which is surprising to a Greek mind. The Greek idea of evolution has nothing in common with our idea of historical evolution. The difference between the two is the difference between a circle and a straight line. The Greeks imagined the history of the world as cyclical. Aristotle, to give a definite example, did not believe that the time in which he was living was subsequent to the Trojan War.

Christianity was obliged, in order to penetrate the Mediterranean world, to Hellenize itself, and its doctrine then became more flexible. But its originality lay in introducing into the ancient world two ideas that had never before been associated: the idea of history and the idea of punishment. In its concept of mediation, Christianity is Greek.
In its idea of history, Christianity is Judaic and will be found again in German ideology.

It is easier to understand this dissimilarity by understanding the hostility of historical methods of thought toward nature, which they considered as an object not for contemplation but for transformation. For the Christian, as for the Marxist, nature must be subdued. The Greeks are of the opinion that it is better to obey it. The love of the ancients for the cosmos was completely unknown to the first Christians, who, moreover, awaited with impatience an imminent end of the world. - The Rebel

Camus, Albert wrote:
The earth for Maistre is nothing but “an immense altar on which all the living must be sacrificed, without end, without limit, without respite, until the end of time, until the extinction of evil, until the death of death.” His fatalism, however, is active, as well as passive. “Man must act as if he were capable of all things and resigns himself as if he were capable of nothing.” We find in Marx the same sort of creative fatalism. Maistre undoubtedly justifies the established order. But Marx justifies the order that is established in his time. The most eloquent eulogy of capitalism was made by its greatest enemy. Marx is only anti-capitalist in so far as capitalism is out of date.

Another order must be established which will demand, in the name of history, a new conformity. As for the means, they are the same for Marx as for Maistre: political realism, discipline, force. When Maistre adopts Bossuet’s bold idea that “the heretic is he who has personal ideas” —in other words, ideas that have no reference to either a social or a religious tradition—he provides a formula for the most ancient and the most modern of conformities. The attorney general, pessimistic choirmaster of the executioner, announces our diplomatic prosecutors.

It goes without saying that these resemblances do not make Maistre a Marxist, nor Marx a traditional Christian. Marxist atheism is absolute. But nevertheless it does reinstate the supreme being on the level of humanity. “Criticism of religion leads to this doctrine that man is for man the supreme being. From this angle, socialism is therefore an enterprise for the deification of man and has assumed some of the characteristics of traditional religions.

This reconciliation, in any case, is instructive as concerns the Christian origins of all types of historic Messianism, even revolutionary Messianism. The only difference lies in a change of symbols. With Maistre, as with Marx, the end of time realizes Vigny’s ambitious dream, the reconciliation of the wolf and the lamb, the procession of criminal and victim to the same altar, the reopening or opening of a terrestrial paradise. For Marx, the laws of history, reflect material reality; for Maistre, they reflect divine reality. But for the former, matter is the substance; for the latter, the substance of his god is incarnate here below. Eternity separates them at the beginning, but the doctrines of history end by reuniting them in a realistic conclusion.

Maistre hated Greece (it also irked Marx, who found any form of beauty under the sun completely alien), of which he said that it had corrupted Europe by bequeathing to its spirit of division. It would have been more appropriate to say that Greek thought was the spirit of unity, precisely because it could not do without intermediaries, and because it was, on the contrary, quite unaware of the historical spirit of totality, which was invented by Christianity and which cut off from its religious origins, threatens the life of Europe today. “Is there a fable, a form of madness, a vice which has not a Greek name, a Greek emblem, or a Greek mask?” We can ignore the outraged puritanism. This passionate denunciation expresses the spirit of modernity at variance with the ancient world and in direct continuity with authoritarian socialism, which is about to deconsecrate Christianity and incorporate it in a Church bent on conquest. - The Rebel


Camus, Albert wrote:
That is the mission of the proletariat: to bring forth supreme dignity from supreme humiliation. Through its suffering and tis struggles, it is Christ in human form redeeming the collective sin of alienation.
It is, first of all, the multiform bearer of total negation and then the herald of definite affirmation. - The Rebel

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PostSubject: Re: Feminism Mon Oct 31, 2011 11:13 am

Within these quotes the decline of the family and the deterioration of human character, void of respect for self and others, lies hidden.

Evola, Julius wrote:
• Only in recent times has aristocracy, like royalty, taken on a mere secular and political character. In the beginning, aristocracy and royalty were based on character, race, honor, valor, and faithfulness, on noblesse d’epee and on noblesse de coeur. In later times a plebeian view of the aristocracy arose that denied even the privileges of blood and tradition.

• The ritual and sacral element was the foundation of the authority of both the higher castes and of the father in the ancient patrician family. In Western Aryan societies such as Greece and Rome, the pater familiae originally enjoyed a status similar to that of the priest-king. The term pater was synonymous with the king (hence the words rex, αναξ, βασιλευς); it conveyed the idea of spiritual authority as well as that of power and majestic dignity. According to some views with which I totally concur, the state is an application on a larger scale of the same principle that in the beginning constituted a patrician family. Therefore the pater, though he was the military leader and the lord of justice of his relatives and slaves, in primis et ante omnia was the person entrusted with performing those traditional rites and sacrifices proper to every family, the rites and sacrifices that constituted its nonhuman legacy.
Decline in dignity, in spirituality, this sense of disillusionment and modern disconnect, the seeking out of alternatives to fill in a void few can explain, are revealed here.

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PostSubject: Feminism Wed Jan 04, 2012 10:56 am

Exerts about or from feminists.

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PostSubject: Re: Feminism Wed Jan 04, 2012 3:50 pm



The flip of the air expose a stress.
So, let me get this right, "third wave feminism" is a feminism adapted to modern circumstances? Is it a much more fluid form of the same crap.

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PostSubject: Re: Feminism Tue Jan 10, 2012 3:56 pm



Doesn't this relate tot he link I posted on choice?
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How sad that women are now discovering that their expectations are not going to be met and that with every gain there is a loss.
Perhaps, if they were more honest, they could admit that the only way to their "promised land" of parity is to redefine sex altogether, or to do away with it completely.

You can't have your cake and eat it too, princess.
You can't hold onto the label of female and then dismiss what it is based on or why it was necessary at all.
The true message of feminism, as with all post-modern ideals, is the end to distinction or nature.

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PostSubject: Re: Feminism Fri Jan 20, 2012 7:25 pm

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6- Feminism as a direct consequence of Judeo-Christian philosophy, which branched out into socialism and liberalism, simply seeks an equivalence in value, since all now are feminine in all ways.

I find this highly improbable. Do you have any particular reason for placing philosophical viewpoints as cause for psychological changes? According to my reasoning, every philosophy begins as a manifestation of one's psyche, specifically, one's state of mind. It is an attempt to intellectually justify one's emotional state. Given the humans' tendency for rationalization, it is therefore more likely that Christianity, Budhism, socialism, liberalism etc. are the consequences of socialization, not vice versa. This would be more in line with your writings on feminization, no?
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PostSubject: Re: Feminism Fri Jan 20, 2012 9:13 pm

In my view once you accept a supreme "higher" Being, you relegate all as inferior to it.
Equally so, as there is no position next to this absolute power.

Ergo female and male are equalized under monism...as all is made but a variation of it.

The social instincts, for me, is a necessary adaptation. It is a result of an organism being unable to survive, successfully, on its own.
This creates the need for self-repression and for further adaptive alterations so as to integrate otherwise selfish organisms into one cohesive, harmonious whole.
The Golden Rule is an example of the end result of this necessity. Karma is another.
What they represent is reputation within the group...that they were given a spiritual context was meant to make them more than what they truly were....like the Ten Commandments.

In the west it is only with the advent of Judeo-Christianity - usurping he Hellenic/roman mindset - which makes all men and women equally sinful or equally the products of a one authoritarian Deity.
He is the alpha and omega, the dominant male, and so all are feminized beneath Him, to one degree or another.
As such a woman was holy or she was protected by Holy Law...God would avenge any man who took advantage of her...as He would with any one who took advantage of the weak.


A female could not prance and mouth-off, and go out half naked because she was protected...she had "rights" under this authority.....later becoming a secular Deity the Law.
Sher no longer needed a man because she had this abstraction this Religious icon later developing into an institution that protected her.
Now she could be a "strong woman" under the tutelage and sheltering embrace of the system as only the feminine , methods of competition were allowed to a emasculated populace.
Remember violence although natural is strictly prohibited to all except the institution....all who yield force are only allowed to do so in the name of an institutional abstraction.

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PostSubject: Re: Feminism Sat Jan 21, 2012 1:21 pm

I get all this, but my field of interest is "How does it begin?" "Where is the ground zero?" The reason behind such a caution is a simple fact that no one can turn from pussylovers.com to pussies.com simply because some God said so. Something must have instigated the initial spark at some point and let it simmer a while before it's finally displayed and made obvious. I'm inclined to theorize that this process lasted longer than it is believed - it started, in it's primordial form, at the dawn of civilization, somewhere between 8000-6000 BC.

Humans had deities long before the first communities were formed, but their notions were largely different from tribe to tribe. There was no equality imperative, because tribes openly competed for resources and that competition was a given, no one was feeling any "guilt" over it. When their numbers started increasing rapidly, having had exterminated all major predators, including most herbivores, it created the need mentioned - socialize or perish. Some anthropologists believe this was the time when most Alphas were killed by what they call "the coalition of the timid" - the Betas and especially the Omegas seized the opportunity to take over the scene and drastically increase their chances of reproduction. That, in my view, was the milestone that planted the seed for all subsequent psychological, neurochemical and physical changes.

After that point, it was all pretty much inertia - one effect after the other. Monotheism came only after the ground had been prepared, which is why it was so successful throughout history - it would destroy any potential resistance before it had a chance to resist.

So far I have not figured out a way to reverse the process, other than what you said on ILP, venturing out into space and starting from scratch. Recently my imagination was tickled by the notion that one might use feminism against itself and the whole feminization process bu turning females against the feminists (by that I only mean "male" feminists) thus eliminating one of the major players and shifting the balance to the other side. If it can be done, it would take decades and it would imply a real live "conspiracy practice". If there is will, of course.
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PostSubject: Re: Feminism Sat Jan 21, 2012 5:50 pm

It begins as a survival tactic.

In social animals where males are included into the group (wolves), or tolerated by the alpha-male, the males experience, out of necessity, a drop in testosterone levels and routinely submit to mock displays of mounting.
They are emasculated so as to be included within the group.

In species where the dominated males are run off or killed, (lions) this is not the case.

So, this emasculation process is a survival tactic...for the males it is a way of being accepted into the pack, for the pack it is a way of increasing their numbers and their efficiency.
As groups increase in numbers, such as with large herbivore herds (buffalo)...the feminine traits are more conducive to social participation because of the role the female type plays in heterosexual reproduction.

The religions of monism were perfect for groups that has reached a certain size. Here the level of emasculation had to be ratcheted up because the older way of intimidation by the alpha - now replaced by an authority figure (kind, priest) or an institution (church, government) - was not sufficient. there had to be some divine power from whom not even death can protect you.

In the east the idea of karma and reincarnation enters the scene way before anything like it did in the west. Here the fear in increased because your reputation follows you through multiple lives. Your behavior is judged by the community standards or the authority who speaks for the masses.

In the west this came via the Jews.
The ideas had preexisted there, especially in ancient Greece, but now with increasing populations and a need to harmonize populations it found fertile ground, infecting the body politic form the bottom up.
For those in power this was a perfect way to control the inferior or those that would threaten their status.
If you breed docility and you promote altruism into the herd you make it less likely for any one of them to challenge authority. Making ego a vice and pride a sin, was a perfect ruse.


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PostSubject: Re: Feminism Sat Feb 25, 2012 11:02 am

Women suddenly discover how wrong feminism is and what a female really is like after they've had a child and it is a boy.
I had a woman cousin of mine once comment about her two boys that she feared for them knowing, as she does, how women are.
I suspect that in her early youth this comment coming from another would have made her angry and would have accused anyone who said it of being hateful and misogynistic and someone who just cannot get laid and so harbors a resentment towards women.



But women want equality and chivalry....they want ro be respected but not bear the responsibilities of her own decisions and actions....she wants to be considered a human being but she does not want to let go of her femininity.





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PostSubject: Re: Feminism Mon Mar 05, 2012 10:16 pm

Briffault, Robert wrote:
BRIFFAULT’S LAW
The female, not the male, determines all the conditions of the animal family. Where the
female can derive no benefit from association with the male, no such association takes place.

There are a few corollaries I would add:

  1. Past benefit provided by the male does not provide for continued or future association.
  2. Any agreement where the male provides a current benefit in return for a
    promise of future association is null and void as soon as the male has
    provided the benefit (see corollary 1)

  3. A promise of future benefit has limited influence on current/future
    association, with the influence inversely proportionate to the length of
    time until the benefit will be given and directly proportionate to the
    degree to which the female trusts the male (which is not bloody likely).


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PostSubject: Re: Feminism Tue Mar 06, 2012 10:12 pm


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PostSubject: Re: Feminism Sat Mar 10, 2012 10:53 pm



Nigga knows, ha ladies?
He da man!!!
Dat's why nigga get laid.

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