A New Way Of Seeing The World
Posted by Nancy on January 6, 2010
We have been raised on misogyny. We all “know” that women are at a disadvantage because of mysogynistic men who hate and oppress women, and the societal bias that has created.
I would like to introduce you to an article about misandry. I’ll wait while you check the definition, as we haven’t heard much about it.
I just read the most thought-provoking, insightful article I have read in years; one that deserves a wide audience. It puts to words thoughts that may not be politically correct, but which explain many things about the current state of our country.
Why does it seem that American society is in decline, that fairness and decorum are receding, that socialism and tyranny are becoming malignant despite the majority of the public being averse to such philosophies, yet the true root cause seems elusive? What if everything from unsustainable health care and social security costs, to stagnant home prices and wage stagnation, to crumbling infrastructure and metastasizing socialism, to the utter decimation of major US cities like Detroit, Cleveland, and Pittsburgh, could all be traced to a common origin that is extremely pervasive yet is all but absent from the national dialog, indeed from the dialog of the entire Western world? [snip]
The Western World has quietly become a civilization that undervalues men and overvalues women, where the state forcibly transfers resources from men to women creating various perverse incentives for otherwise good women to conduct great evil against men and children, and where male nature is vilified but female nature is celebrated. This is unfair to both genders, and is a recipe for a rapid civilizational decline and displacement, the costs of which will ultimately be borne by a subsequent generation of innocent women, rather than men, as soon as 2020.
The Misandry Bubble at The Futurist is very long and contains many links to references that illuminate the point of the well developed thesis. I recommend reading it in its entirety, then going back and reading it again. Don’t neglect the links.
I have lived long enough to witness some of the changes wrought, and remember how it used to be. Those times are now ridiculed, yet what has been lost?