Women have always had theirs – won’t shut up, forever intensely on about something, never rest, never relax.
Throughout literature and the historical record, women have been on about self-empowerment, men about macro topics such as politics and the question of the day.
It’s always been there and marriage has also always been there, not only because social mores dictated it.
The Importance of Being Earnest is a good commentary on it.
Let’s just say that things were within acceptable limits, give or take some highly publicized blips.
The world of boys and girls has also had its stereotypes. Boys have always been obnoxious in a Tom Sawyer or Huck Finn way, girls were always doing the ‘butter wouldn’t melt’ while being more like Lucy in Peanuts. Think St. Trinians and it’s always been SO important to a girl to be seen as bad to her peers.
But as long as it was within certain limits, as long as teenage girls were kept away from pregnancy and boys kept out of juvenile prison, things were OK. Acceptable by and large.
That there has been a social revolution or rather – dystopic creep – deliberately undermining society for a long time is not in too much doubt. Many younger than 50 are too inured to it to see it. Gaming is a perfect example of the transfer of sick values from the late 70s on. Film and music are other portals.
The Frankfurt psychos were the most visible behind all this because they wrote of it. The term critical theory was their invention. Regarding men, it produced the chav, the ASBO, the feckless ones putting their seed about.
Regarding women, it sprouted in the form of feminism, soon to descend to feminazism and the hatred of all things male [Minette Marrin's term for it]. There’ve been more than enough posts on that sickness. What feminism did was take something fairly legit – that women needed better conditions – and then prostituted the idea, twisted it into gender hatred.
In a similar way, the world of the teenage girl was always hell on earth – hormonal, bitchy, subject to bullying at school or else involved in it but most girls came through all that and became women. Their development did not meet some stunting factor such as feminazism which then controlled them. They were still able to meet a man, marry him and love him even, to a point.
Teenage girls – histrionic about unfairness to themselves or about an injured bird or bunny but utterly merciless to other human beings, particularly parents or fellow girls. What I’m saying is that all of that is just life and if there is a way through, a way to transcend it, then it’s just a phase, is it not?
Feminism plays on women’s natural instinct that they’re being treated unfairly, that they’re missing out on something. For that reason, it is evil because it knows it’s playing on this. But feminism is not the only evil to have reared its head in the world of the female.
Another – altogether worse, is the Leanne Black or Julia Merfeld. The utter sociopathic pitilessness of it stems from her never having grown up. The 2 year old is a psychopath – completely into himself, entirely self-absorbed – but we expect that to end by late childhood. We expect a socialization process to have taken place.
We expect it of a Julia Merfeld and it’s not there. She’s never seen any moral need to consider the needs of others. There is a female edge to this as well. Girls are already ahead of boys in the need NOT to comply. While many girls are compliant and ‘good little girls’, while boys are seen as tearaways, truth is the social pressure on boys when they become men – even in something as innocuous as starting to wear jackets and ties, having been dressed in t-shirts and jeans – is far more than on girls.
An example. Go to a sports enclosure and watch the members – the men are clones but the women have vastly more room to move. Not moaning about it – it’s the way it’s been. But the need not to comply, to use the daddy’s little girl charm to get her way – they put the girl ahead of the game for a start.
If you then apply the same dystopic process to both, boys react in violent ways – gangrape, beatings, whilst girls are far more subtle, e.g. hiring a hitman to rid her of a pesky problem. That the father of her children was a pesky problem to her stuns most people – how could she etc.
I can see it easily. What we have here is a pretty visage, a shell which looks nice but inside is a monster. And you never know it’s a monster sometimes. So you have an argument over the groceries – most men might storm out of the house or start shouting or whatever. The Leanne Blacks, Amanda Knoxes, Casey Anthonys, the Clara Schwartzes, the Julia Merfelds – calmly organize someone to do the deed on the object of their ire.
It’s so close to what every woman remembers as a girl – the pouting lip, the narrowed eyes, things from her girlish days – that it’s hard to see that because of a combination of social factors, not least the suppression of any sort of good moral code in the absence of Christianity after its suppression – that such people as these are emotionally stunted, they’ve never developed as humans. Sex and drugs early as part of a lifestyle they’ve never known other than – sick values constantly streaming in through social media, media generally, even in the unwillingness of schools and parents to stand up to it until it’s too late – all of these have sapped away at these former humans to the extent that they are, simply, monsters in pretty shells.
There’s no melodramatic picture of such sociopaths – they look exactly like the girl next door, exactly like your own daughter – except that now you don’t know if she’s organizing your death if you cross her. And if you explore Julia Merfeld’s family background – I’d lay odds it would not be normal [for the past]. Even were she to be with the original parents, there is something there which is not right – even down to her shutting herself away in her room with social media.
They’re the pod people with a vengeance. And you can’t stop them, you can’t reverse the process, if people across the nation accept what is happening. Like a drunk at AA – you first have to admit and be able to define the problem in order to sort it out.
One commenter wrote:
The most shocking thing about true evil is that it seldom comes with horns and a forked tail: it’s often sweet and young and pretty.
And from Agatha Christie:
“Women are never kind,” remarked Poirot, “Though they can sometimes be tender.”
“But really, Poirot – I won’t believe for one moment – “
“That is natural, mon ami. As for me, I am not so sentimental about beautiful young ladies,” said Poirot. “I know too well what they are capable of.”
One lady commenter wrote:
Can’t understand any of this. She must be dead inside.
Yes Sue, she is. She’s a modern girl – the living dead.