Black Racists <b><i>Created</i></b> White Nationalists

Black Racists Created White Nationalists


Black racists: you don’t like white nationalists? I don’t either, but I didn’t help make ’em…. you did! You’ve been telling all white people that they’re racists because they’re white, and that you hate racism, and that, therefore, you hate white racists… and, by the way, all white people are racists… How did you not understand that you were busily making White Nationalists?!?  

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The Death Knell for Feminism: “A little over two years ago I had a son…”


For all that’s supposedly wrong with men, no one would have any of the creature comforts they enjoy — the astonishing advances in science, the miraculous medicines, the toys, the leisure time, the security and prosperity, and (where there’s peace) the peace they now enjoy… without men’s incredible industriousness, resilience, stamina, tenacity, courage, self-sacrificing nobility, decency, calm, stoicism, ability to endure pain — both mental and physical — and… sheer strength. Continue reading The Death Knell for Feminism: “A little over two years ago I had a son…”

I Wish… (Part II)

I Wish… (Part II)


Men are awesome. Awesome! I wish they knew it. And I wish they knew it the same way that real women know it. Real women. What’s a “real woman,” who knows how awesome men are? She’s one who has dealt with men, has ignored feminists’ ignorant crap, and has remained clear-eyed to observe how men really are. Yes, they have warts, these men, but they have far, far more nobility, gracefulness, quiet generosity, a genius for doing the right thing the vast majority of the time, and self-sacrificing greatness than the feminist-inspired caricature of them currently polluting our American thought process. Continue reading I Wish… (Part II)

Feminist: “Can you imagine a world without men?”

Feminist: “Can you imagine a world without men?”


I do wonder what it would be like to be enfolded in the grip of someone whose first and foremost desire is to protect ME. Man! it seems like it would be a nice thing! To sleep a worry-free night, safe and sound, knowing that someone much bigger than I am is there, and that he cares deeply about my happiness and my safety? Wow! Ever since the Great Banishment, though, I haven’t had that for even a moment, let alone one entire night. Maybe, we should let men come back…  Continue reading Feminist: “Can you imagine a world without men?”