Nabuquduriuzhur Wrote:
Jul 02, 2013 7:03 PM
Note: the translation "silly" would today be translated as "weak", and that is a good term for it. From National Wave of Foolishness (I wrote it, so I'm giving permission to myself to put it here): "One result of the teaching— conditioning— is that Feminism made many of the women of the Boomers and Generation X weak. Huh? Isn't that the opposite of the claims? The songs? The propaganda? Lack of personal responsibility and personal discipline characterize a weak person. A weak person blames others for their own actions. A weak person expects others to take responsibility for their own mistakes. A weak person expects someone else to do for them what they should do for themselves. A weak person expects someone else to "take the fall" for their mistakes and evil actions. A weak person hates others for the results of their own actions. You don't become strong by constantly pushing your responsibilities on others. You don't become strong by never taking on responsibility. Women were strong in prior generations because they had to be. Taking on responsibility and duties through both good and bad times makes a person strong. Life is a series of battles and the Feminist is trained to be a capitulator and collaborator in those battles. "Let someone else do it," and everything is someone else' fault. As a Feminist, you can rationalize anything you want to do, rationalize any behavior, treat anyone any way you like and it's "their fault" if they react badly. Everything is always "someone else’s fault" and someone else has to clean things up for you. That was taught by many teachers who taught Feminism in schools in the 1980s and 1990s. It was pushed in the media, in legislatures and at the Federal level. Many women adopted that ideology. A large number didn't grow up. When older generations have often been surprised of late at media stories of women in their late 30s and early 40s acting like the shallowest of teenagers, there are reasons for it. (I grew up with this group, saw what was taught, saw how the women ended up and while it's ceased to shock me, I tend to avoid GenX women today because of how so many of them act.) Three reasons for this continuation of the selfish, immature mindset appear to be 1. Feminist training received as kids, 2. The supports for irresponsible behavior in our culture and governments, and 3.The drugs some of them started in as teens and continued to use, even years later. "