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Feminism Causes Ruin Of Countless Families And Tens Of Millions Of US Children...

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posted on Feb, 1 2017 @ 12:50 PM
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originally posted by: Krazysh0t
a reply to: ColdChillin

Yes. You have to pick your battles. Learning the fine art of satire helps too. Then you can make fun of them to their faces and they don't realize it.


Yes because sarcasm translates so well in text, but you feel better snickering behind your keyboard so I guess, good enough. Interesting tactic coming from someone who lectures others about intellectual dishonesty so often, but at least you can tell yourself you "won".
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posted on Feb, 1 2017 @ 12:55 PM
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originally posted by: ColdChillin
a reply to: redhorse

Perhaps but you are not representative of 98% of your bretheran


You have no idea. How much time have you actually spent in rural America? I'm going to guess absolutely none. Unless you have lived it or at least broken bread with "American rednecks", shut up.



posted on Feb, 1 2017 @ 01:01 PM
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a reply to: redhorse

I'm actually good with the feminist part, though. Gender equality is a beautiful thing.



posted on Feb, 1 2017 @ 01:06 PM
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a reply to: redhorse

I lived in rural America for 17 years. I've been around the gun rack and pickup truck crowd for not quite half my life, actually. Then one day, I deduced that the anger and fury towards people not like themselves comes from tiny bubble contemplation, compartmentation and lack of proper education. Further, the lack of interest in gaining additional education is what keeps them in that tiny world of BS. Once I received that enlightenment, I've traveled to 16 countries and lived in 14 states (31 cities).
Please continue.



posted on Feb, 1 2017 @ 01:10 PM
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a reply to: redhorse

I mean, it isn't like they are totally without merit. They are incredibly loving with their families...Depending on the geography, VERY LOVING with their families, if you catch my drift...Lol. Past that Mason Dixon area, family values are solid and their communities, pretty incredible. I think GA and TX are my favorites, though. But none of those things support your cause (feminism) nor do they even respect it. Which brings us back to my original point. If they are unwilling to accept new ideas or philosophy, then I suggest THEY are the ones bringing down humanity through the willful disregard of progressive thought and that there are a lot of those kinds of people here. It would seem that there are even more of them within the mod community on ATS. Not very tolerant of people who think differently.

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posted on Feb, 1 2017 @ 01:19 PM
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a reply to: ColdChillin

Most of the lack of education that you speak of is because of a lack of opportunity; rural America is poor America. Fewer options economically and educationally, and they/we are hampered by poverty, lack of infrastructural support and social bias. If you witnessed anger it is as much from that as much as anything.

As far as the inbreeding reference, I have never seen anything like that, but whenever you have isolated populations I suppose the bar for consanguinity gets lowered. Where I am from everyone knew how everyone was related so they could avoid inbreeding (in part). Sort of tribal in how kinship groups are tracked and woven into the social fabric.

If you have lived in rural America, which I am skeptical of because all you do is vomit stereotypes and tropes, then your lack of compassion, empathy and social intuition certainly have as much to do with your apparent contempt and frustration with the culture than any genuine conflict with the culture itself. In other words, it's all you babe. You're just a useless, nasty human being.


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posted on Feb, 1 2017 @ 01:22 PM
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originally posted by: ColdChillin
a reply to: redhorse

I lived in rural America for 17 years. I've been around the gun rack and pickup truck crowd for not quite half my life, actually. Then one day, I deduced that the anger and fury towards people not like themselves comes from tiny bubble contemplation, compartmentation and lack of proper education. Further, the lack of interest in gaining additional education is what keeps them in that tiny world of BS. Once I received that enlightenment, I've traveled to 16 countries and lived in 14 states (31 cities).
Please continue.


I like that.

I've always been thankful my parents left Ohio for Southern California.

People insult Southern California all the time, but I can attest to the fact it is a place of open mindedness and I do not have to unlearn any negative thoughts or behaviors.



posted on Feb, 1 2017 @ 01:23 PM
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originally posted by: redhorse
a reply to: ColdChillin

Most of the lack of education that you speak of is because of a lack of opportunity; rural America is poor America. Fewer options economically and educationally, and they/we are hampered by poverty, lack of infrastructural support and social bias. If you witnessed anger it is as much from that as anything. As far as the inbreeding reference, I have never seen anything like that, but whenever you have isolated populations I suppose the bar



That is an excuse, ya know.

There are plenty of people from rural America that have become successful.



posted on Feb, 1 2017 @ 01:29 PM
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a reply to: Annee

Yeah, I was born and raised in Southern Ohio. SE, specifically. I've lived in Long Beach, West LA, South Lake Tahoe and Huntington Beach.



posted on Feb, 1 2017 @ 01:36 PM
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originally posted by: Annee

originally posted by: redhorse
a reply to: ColdChillin

Most of the lack of education that you speak of is because of a lack of opportunity; rural America is poor America. Fewer options economically and educationally, and they/we are hampered by poverty, lack of infrastructural support and social bias. If you witnessed anger it is as much from that as anything. As far as the inbreeding reference, I have never seen anything like that, but whenever you have isolated populations I suppose the bar



That is an excuse, ya know.

There are plenty of people from rural America that have become successful.


Bull#. The same socioeconomic barriers apply regardless of whether it rural poor or urban poor. It is much harder when fewer opportunities are present and holding up a few examples of people who have become successful in spite of the barriers is flawed. I could be included in that minority who have made it so-to-speak, but I understand how fortunate I was and why it is so rare.



posted on Feb, 1 2017 @ 04:18 PM
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a reply to: redhorse

Actually the thing that matters most concerning children and feminism etc is not IQ but our heart for our children and their future. If we have big hearts for them we will prioritize them more and our own selfish needs less.



posted on Feb, 1 2017 @ 04:22 PM
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originally posted by: Gaussq
a reply to: redhorse

Actually the thing that matters most concerning children and feminism etc is not IQ but our heart for our children and their future. If we have big hearts for them we will prioritize them more and our own selfish needs less.


Great idea.

Let's design human society after elephants.

It's a female society, that only calls on the males when needed.



posted on Feb, 1 2017 @ 04:23 PM
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a reply to: dawnstar

Did you know that in the world´s biggest country, China, its mandatory for the husband to send his whole paycheck to her bank account every month? And then he has to beg her for pocket money.. This is not a myth - its reality and if he doesnt promise to give her all his money she wont marry him!

There are tons of other stories from China showing who is the King of the family there.



posted on Feb, 1 2017 @ 04:27 PM
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originally posted by: redhorse

originally posted by: Annee

originally posted by: redhorse
a reply to: ColdChillin

Most of the lack of education that you speak of is because of a lack of opportunity; rural America is poor America. Fewer options economically and educationally, and they/we are hampered by poverty, lack of infrastructural support and social bias. If you witnessed anger it is as much from that as anything. As far as the inbreeding reference, I have never seen anything like that, but whenever you have isolated populations I suppose the bar



That is an excuse, ya know.

There are plenty of people from rural America that have become successful.


Bull#. The same socioeconomic barriers apply regardless of whether it rural poor or urban poor. It is much harder when fewer opportunities are present and holding up a few examples of people who have become successful in spite of the barriers is flawed. I could be included in that minority who have made it so-to-speak, but I understand how fortunate I was and why it is so rare.


Still an excuse.

There've been plenty successful people from rural poverty areas and ghettos.

The real problem is the "culture of failure". The culture where you put down anyone trying to break away and improve themselves. The culture of "its always been the way we've done things", etc.

The culture - - not the poverty.

I fell victim to that myself for a short period.

You know, "you can't be cool if you're a nerd", etc.



posted on Feb, 1 2017 @ 04:33 PM
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a reply to: Gaussq

but, I don't live in china, do you?

and, maybe I am wrong, but I think it was china that I was hearing stories about about women dropping babies in the middle of the fields that they were working in.... tough women, ya, they can work up to delivery, and then have the baby in the rice fields and go right back to work...

gthemidwife.com...



posted on Feb, 1 2017 @ 04:41 PM
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a reply to: Annee

I have friends here in virginia that grew up in these mountains...
they grew up with no indoor plumbing... I think it was molasses that one was describing how they would make it...
maybe it was something else, but they would make in into one heck of a party, build a fire outside, bring out this huge pot and all the kids would take turns stirring it all day...

www.youtube.com...



posted on Feb, 1 2017 @ 04:48 PM
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originally posted by: ColdChillin
a reply to: Annee

Yeah, I was born and raised in Southern Ohio. SE, specifically. I've lived in Long Beach, West LA, South Lake Tahoe and Huntington Beach.


I'm in Tri-City (Redondo, Manhattan, Hermosa). Born and raised in surrounding area.

I've talked to people from other areas. We just don't have the burden of having to fit a certain culture or belief.



posted on Feb, 1 2017 @ 04:55 PM
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originally posted by: dawnstar
a reply to: Annee

I have friends here in virginia that grew up in these mountains...
they grew up with no indoor plumbing... I think it was molasses that one was describing how they would make it...
maybe it was something else, but they would make in into one heck of a party, build a fire outside, bring out this huge pot and all the kids would take turns stirring it all day...

www.youtube.com...



Oh, I think a lot of things like that would be great.

Me being from the 50s before so much regulation we were able to do a lot more then can be done today. I'm on the beach, so we used to have great beach parties with open fires.

I think there is something special about every culture, but if you're ostracized by being different, that's a problem IMO.

SOCA is more of a Live Let Live - - except in certain areas, of course



posted on Feb, 1 2017 @ 05:11 PM
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originally posted by: InTheLight


Did you ever wonder how radical or non-radical feminists, or women and men who do not define themselves as activists were able to convince the male-dominated realm of the law to adopt their ideologies and enact new laws and throw out the old laws? One thought comes to mind, that being, for justice and fairness.


Let´s consider this issue about all democratic governments pushing the marxist agenda.

All the modern cultural stuff are marxist stuff including feminism, atheism, man bashing, materialism, urbanization, central banks, communist dictatorships, modern art and music etc etc..

Marxists are honest in one thing: they want to overthrow our whole civilization and grasp absolute power and then children are primary targets to subvert for them - generation after generation. Most if not all of us in here have been brainwashed by them. Thats why so many of us think that all the modern culture is so great.

BUT, BUT THERE IS A FORGOTTEN QUESTION - THE CRUCIAL QUESTION......

What is the purpose of modern marxist culture?? To enslave the whole world in a global state(globalism is popular in MSM as you might know) without any old religion, ethnicity, property, culture, tradition, family etc etc. And to do that they want to steal and treat our children in a non-human way by taking them away from their mother to the government care asap and then brainwash them with marxist stuff. No safety or love for them. It happened to me and probably at least 80% of all people in here.

Secondly impose a new world religion and install the marxist rulers as Gods of all the slaves in the herd(like Marx, Soros and the other bankers look at themselves as Gods today). Yeah first depopulate down to 500 million btw - look at Georgia Guidestones.. How many modern people look healthy and strong today after a life of marxist brainwash, modern fast food and internet surfing while not believing in any good old moral standard like ten commandments?....How long can these people make it if there is a food shortage in the cities?..

Atheism, do you know how they laugh about how they managed to cheat all the people into that alley?... And how they will use it in the end to show everyone its craziness in order to create and get support for their new world religion..

Feminism - do we think women will be able to have any kind of freedom or power in their future world?... It´s just used to weaken the children and men in order to grasp absolute power easier without resistance. Many people forget that there is evil out there and evil is not stupid - its intelligent and knows how to control and deceive people into false safety. This is a military strategy.

Many communists have spilled the beans about these matters but most people never read anything outside MSM news. Psyops and deceptions are the most powerful weapons that exist but people forget it and think about their own personal desires that grow endlessly and weaken them endlessly.

Instead of discussing more freedom for women we should discuss how to improve our moral standards(which brings strength) and our harmony in society including how to be responsible and loving to babies, spouses and children. Because if people dont realize the problem of cultural marxism there will be trouble and less freedom than the people loving marxism could ever imagine... Just my two cents.

A short video intro on communism in our modern society: How Communism Dominates Us

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posted on Feb, 1 2017 @ 05:18 PM
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originally posted by: Annee

originally posted by: redhorse

originally posted by: Annee

originally posted by: redhorse
a reply to: ColdChillin

Most of the lack of education that you speak of is because of a lack of opportunity; rural America is poor America. Fewer options economically and educationally, and they/we are hampered by poverty, lack of infrastructural support and social bias. If you witnessed anger it is as much from that as anything. As far as the inbreeding reference, I have never seen anything like that, but whenever you have isolated populations I suppose the bar



That is an excuse, ya know.

There are plenty of people from rural America that have become successful.


Bull#. The same socioeconomic barriers apply regardless of whether it rural poor or urban poor. It is much harder when fewer opportunities are present and holding up a few examples of people who have become successful in spite of the barriers is flawed. I could be included in that minority who have made it so-to-speak, but I understand how fortunate I was and why it is so rare.


Still an excuse.

There've been plenty successful people from rural poverty areas and ghettos.

The real problem is the "culture of failure". The culture where you put down anyone trying to break away and improve themselves. The culture of "its always been the way we've done things", etc.

The culture - - not the poverty.

I fell victim to that myself for a short period.

You know, "you can't be cool if you're a nerd", etc.



Well there is something to that certainly. Where I grew up good grades in high school was fine, but a secondary education can be looked upon as getting too big for your britches. There is a lot of pressure to stay and ranch or farm but you still need to be entrenched in the cultural norms which includes a lot of alcohol. If you don't do these things then you must think you are better than everyone else. Plenty of good, smart people had their success annihilated by alcoholism.

There are attitudes and ideas that keep people down, but part of that is about maintaining the status quo of egalitarianism that is necessary in these isolated communities. Again, very tribal in its way, and the impetus for that is similar I think even for the urban poor that rely on community for a sense of identity and support. Its a give and take. Support of the community and continue with what you know, leave the community and lose that support but you may be ( big maybe) more successful, or go against the grain of the community in order to succeed (which I can tell you is ridiculously difficult).



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