Zero Tolerance for Feminism

I haven’t posted much here about Sarah Palin for various reasons. One is that work’s been kind of overwhelming lately. Another is that I made a couple of posts critical of her to my personal LJ, and to my surprise, my fellow Republicans were outraged. (At this point I no longer really consider myself a Republican, as the GOP has now proved that it’s no longer conservative. For the time being, I’m still registered with them. I’m not sure how long that will last.)

Incidentally, I posted about Palin months ago, as an illustration of why women with small children shouldn’t be holding public office. The article says she was a possible McCain running mate, but I didn’t expect it to actually happen.

I knew most Republicans aren’t anywhere near as conservative as I am, but I really didn’t expect them to be so furious with me for pointing out that a woman with a five-month-old baby is in no position to hold public office. They were, though.

If you’re reading this, you’re probably thoroughly aware of the problems caused by parents not raising their children. Ironically, we male chauvinists have a deeper understanding of the importance of women to society than anyone – in the capacity of mothers.

I do understand why most Republicans are cheering her on. If they didn’t pretend to themselves that things are fine, they’d have to face the fact that not only America but the entire West are falling apart rapidly. And then they would be bummed, like all of us here are.

As I watch all these dames on TV dragging their babies and toddlers into the office, shrieking that there is no reason a woman can’t care for five children and run a state at the same time, etc., my conviction that men must take back the reins of power has become stronger than ever. During the first half of the twentieth century, we came the closest in history to getting it right. Those few women who actually had the ability and desire to take part in public life could, but no one believed that a woman with small children could do the same kinds of jobs that a spinster or an older woman whose children were grown could. The universal assumption was that most women would get married and raise their children. There was no pressure on ordinary women to live a life that pretty much only lesbians would want.

Now, of course, women are constantly indoctrinated with the lie that they can “have it all” until some of them apparently actually believe it, despite overwhelming evidence to the contrary. Further, they believe that they should.

Before Women’s Lib, women who took part in public life, in a man’s world, were tolerated on condition that they behave themselves, make the necessary sacrifices, and actually do their jobs. Feminism changed all that. Now women believe that they are “entitled” to these things.

And once you tell women that, it is completely inevitable that large numbers of mothers will neglect their children, seize jobs they are incapable of doing, and take their babies to their offices.

Allowing women into the workplace as if it were their right to be there – rather than a privilege which they must prove themselves worthy of – is incompatible with preserving civilization. Things aren’t going to improve until we reform the divorce laws, making custody and alimony customs favorable to men, abolish the possiblity of suing for “sex discrimination” and instead treat sex discrimination as the virtue that it is, and basically put women back in the home where most of them belong. Sarah Palin has made it clear that she is not sufficiently responsible to take care of a goldfish, let alone a child; putting her “a heartbeat away from the presidency” is only going to make things worse. She needs to be at home under the authority of her husband, who in a civilized era would no doubt have demanded that she cook healthy food for the family instead of expecting her six-year-old to make her own sandwiches and supervise the teenagers enough that they wouldn’t get knocked up. Like nearly all straight women, Sarah Palin desperately needed a husband who had authority over her. The times deprived her of that, and the result is tragically obvious.


8 Responses to “Zero Tolerance for Feminism”

  1. Mild Colonial Boy, Esq. Says:

    May I bring this Martin Luther quote to your attention, Madame.

  2. Mild Colonial Boy, Esq. Says:

    May I bring this Martin Luther quote to your attention, Madame.

  3. Mild Colonial Boy, Esq. Says:

    May I bring this Martin Luther quote to your attention, Madame.

  4. karen Says:

    Sarah Palin actually believes conservative men will for her for POTUS in 2012. What a dolt!

  5. Melanie Says:

    My admiration grows with each post I read.

  6. Female Misogynist Says:

    Melanie, thank you!

  7. MMN Says:

    Maybe the solution is a referendum to end women's suffrage?

  8. Phoenix Says:

    The author is a beacon of light in the dark

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