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Spearheader to feminists: No, YOU’RE the malignant solipsistic predatory narcissists without conscience!

And another thing …

Some threads on The Spearhead are virtual gold mines of crackpot misogyny. Today, from the same thread I drew upon for a post the other day, I present to you yet another long-winded antifeminist manifesto from a dude who doesn’t know shit about feminism. This time the dude in question is someone calling himself Darryl X.

Here’s his little screed:

There is only one kind of feminism. There is no first- or second-wave feminism. There is no ecofeminism or radical feminism or socialist feminism. There is no left and right. No conservative or liberal. (With which many feminists would hope to rationalize their egregious misconduct and criminal behavior – “Oh, but I’m not THAT kind of feminist.”) …

Feminism = the Borg

There is only feminism and it is evil and civilization depends upon its complete and utter elimination. Feminism is the product of false constructs and straw men and false flags and lies and fraud and is a political campaign of hate against men and children. Period.

And apparently Darryl loves the word “and.”

It has coopted our financial and legal and political and social institutions to affect the enslavement

[citation needed]

and murder

[citation needed]

and imprisonment and exile

[citation needed]

 of men and the forcible separation of children from their fathers. It is responsible for the collapse of our economies worldwide and the fall of civilization.

[citation … oh, forget it. Every single thing he says needs a citation.

Feminists are comprised of mostly women but there are some men (manginas and white knights and other descriptions).

Manginas represent!

Feminists are psychopaths and malignant narcissists, without conscience and driven to do evil. They are solipsistic, manipulative, opportunistic, parasitic and predatory. They are compulsive pathological liars and deceptive and manipulative. They have no empathy, remorse, shame or guilt. They have no analytical skills and cannot plan ahead and are short-sighted. They are shallow of affect and are remorseless and are insincere and disingenuous. They are faithless and in the absence of any analytical skills, they do not have faith in the analytical skills of others, no matter how much evidence there is of its benefits. They are career and life-long con-artists.

Huh. Are you perhaps familiar with the psychological concept of “projection,” a defense mechanism whereby you project some of your own characteristics – particularly your most unsavory ones – onto someone else, or perhaps a group of people?

Just curious.

No matter how we define or relate to one another as men in the MRM, understanding the distinction between men in the MRM and feminists is more important. That is the enemy which must be destroyed. The other men in the MRM from which each of us are different are our brothers and the only important difference is that between men in the MRM and feminists. That’s the difference which defines us and on which civilization depends.

I’m going to go out on a limb here and say that the future of civilization doesn’t actually depend on a bunch of bitter, hateful dickwads grousing on the internet about how much ladies suck.

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Sharculese
10 years ago

yeah, im pretty sure aceofsevens has been around before and is not an asshole

maybe yall are confusing him with aceofspades of ‘play-do and bacon’ fame

http://obsidianwings.blogs.com/obsidian_wings/2007/04/scary_monsters_.html

Ruby Hypatia
Ruby Hypatia
10 years ago

And feminism is the reason he burnt his toast this morning!

Yes, I’m a libertarian feminist, unlike liberal feminists. And just as compassionate.

kirbywarp
kirbywarp
10 years ago

@Shadow:

Oh, aceofsevens was being sarcastic? …

@aceofsevens:

If you were being sarcastic, I offer my sincere apologies.

katz
10 years ago

And just as compassionate.

Maniacl Goblinoid Nightmare Woman
Maniacl Goblinoid Nightmare Woman
10 years ago

There’s just something about the cyclical, self absorbed stupidity in the last part that reminds me of Derek Zoolander’s…

“Do you understand that the world does not revolve around you and your do whatever it takes, ruin as many people’s lives, so long as you can make a name for yourself as an investigatory journalist, no matter how many friends you lose or people you leave dead and bloodied along the way, just so long so you can make a name for yourself as an investigatory journalist, no matter how many friends you lose or people you leave dead and bloodied and dying along the way?”

So now I’m re-reading it all in that voice.

Also; his version of civilisation appears for too dependent on captive breeding, high body counts and people too short sighted to notice they’re being led by sociopaths so er…no thanks.

Cliff Pervocracy
10 years ago

Yes, I’m a libertarian feminist, unlike liberal feminists. And just as compassionate.

COMPASSIONATE rape advocacy!

See, some people advocate rape willy-nilly. You make sure only to say it’s “funny” in cases where doing so would be compassionate.

Also poor people should starve–compassionately!

kirbywarp
kirbywarp
10 years ago

@Ruby:

Yes, I’m a libertarian feminist, unlike liberal feminists. And just as compassionate.

“… Unless you’ve committed a crime that I deem as bad as or worse than rape. Then I laugh at your rape.”

Dracula
Dracula
10 years ago

And just as compassionate.

Liar.

Sharculese
10 years ago

Yes, I’m a libertarian

your a wingnut masquerading as a libertarian because you think it sounds smarter, just like
most internet libertarians

And just as compassionate.

words mean things, dummy. you dont get to just call yourself compassionate, you have to show compassion. and so far all youve show is nasty, mean-spirited glee at other people’s suffering.

Shadow
Shadow
10 years ago

And just as compassionate.

HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

hellkell
hellkell
10 years ago

Aceofsevens, if that was sarcasm, I apologize.

Ruby, shut up.

Cliff Pervocracy
10 years ago

words mean things, dummy. you dont get to just call yourself compassionate, you have to show compassion. and so far all youve show is nasty, mean-spirited glee at other people’s suffering.

Also, maybe you shouldn’t call yourself a libertarian if your opinions on the prison system come down to “it’s awesome, but I wish there was a smidge more inescapable brutality.”

Sharculese
10 years ago

you can’t just give yourself a label and make everyone treat you as if you are that thing, and you can’t have an indignant little tantrum when people tell you that words dont work that way.

this has been another edition things that are obvious to everyone beyond the age of fifteen

Sharculese
10 years ago

i’m a platinum selling rapper and the world’s greatest expert on horse medicine. now that ive said that you cant tell me im not because that’s strawmanning me and if you do i will post in all caps over and over again about how much i dont care what you think.

Kyrie
Kyrie
10 years ago

Compassionate people don’t go “nope, you’re a bad person, you deserve no right and no respect, even raping is funny”. Ever. Even on a bad day.

katz
10 years ago

I think it’s possible to be a libertarian feminist in terms of being focused on women’s freedom from oppressive governing (i.e., abortion restrictions, legal presumption that mothers will be caregivers, government/police protection and coverup of predators) without buying wholesale into “but that man should be free to harass you!”

Yeah, see, this still doesn’t make sense to me because for each bit of government oppression, there’s at least as much oppression from private sources, and they’re usually linked.

So abortion laws, yes, but then there’s private healthcare wanting to charge women higher premiums and not provide birth control. Police protection of abusers, yes, but then there’s trying to kill VAWA. And I can’t actually think of many examples where the law pressures women to stay at home: it’s all the private sector wanting to pay women less, not provide maternity leave (and especially paternity leave), etc.

Trying to get rid of misogyny in the government but not the private sector doesn’t suggest “I care about misogyny” so much as “I care about how the government is evil and I’ll address misogyny if it makes the government look eviller.”

Sharculese
10 years ago

thirdpost: it’s kind of awesome how the conclusion of our discussion was ‘yeah, a conservative can be a feminist but theres maybe things to account for’ and rubys response was another snotty little ‘fuck you’ without anything behind it

kirbywarp
kirbywarp
10 years ago

@Kyrie:

Well, on a bad day they might. But it’s not an opinion they’re gonna continue to hold when the days turn non-bad, nor is it one they’re gonna try to defend.

Sharculese
10 years ago

@katz

i totally agree with you, but there’s a difference between libertarians who posit alternate solutions to those problems that i ultimately find unconvincing and the ones who are like ‘while i care about these things, the more pressing problem is that poor people have things’ and the first group deserve a respect that the second group dont

Sharculese
10 years ago

granted, the second group also vastly outnumber the first, in the us at least

Kyrie
Kyrie
10 years ago

A really bad day, maybe, what do I know. But it would cause quite a bite of shame in the aftermath.

kirbywarp
kirbywarp
10 years ago

If there’s a theme of this comment thread at the moment, it would be the question “How many parts/which parts of a group’s ideology do you have to agree with before you can consider yourself part of that group?”

Argenti Aertheri
Argenti Aertheri
10 years ago

One of those comments is self-contradictory…

“They are compulsive pathological liars and deceptive and manipulative….They are career and life-long con-artists.”

versus

“They have no analytical skills and cannot plan ahead and are short-sighted…They are faithless and in the absence of any analytical skills, they do not have faith in the analytical skills of others, no matter how much evidence there is of its benefits.”

Either feminists are con artists, or lack planning, but can’t very well have it both ways here.

aceofsevens — “Isn’t it awful how feminists paint men with such a broad brush?” — …what? Did you get feminists and men crossed and mean to say…no you’d still need men to mean MRAs for that to work…anyways, you meant “Isn’t it awful how (most/some) MRAs paint feminists with such a broad brush?” right? (If sarcasm, ignore me, I just woke up)

Ruby — “And just as compassionate.” — you find prison rape hilarious and justified in circumstances you get to choose, that is basically the definitional opposite of compassionate.

And an html lesson since it seems relevant — you want these things < > not these things [ ] — and [strike] is <del> in html.

Cliff Pervocracy
10 years ago

i totally agree with you, but there’s a difference between libertarians who posit alternate solutions to those problems that i ultimately find unconvincing and the ones who are like ‘while i care about these things, the more pressing problem is that poor people have things’ and the first group deserve a respect that the second group dont

This.

There’s a big difference between “nongovernmental entities and actions can solve the problem of sexual harassment” versus “people should be free to sexually harass others if they want.” I think they’re both probably wrong, but only the second is wrongity wrong wrong.

ostara321
ostara321
10 years ago

Yes, I’m a libertarian feminist, unlike liberal feminists.And just as compassionate.

Yes, thinking rape is A-Ok for “some” people is SOOOOO compassionate.

I’m curious too why Ruby feels the need to distance herself from “those” liberal feminists. What, do we have cooties or something?

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