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Women shouldn’t inherit property and also are a different species, MGTOW of the Day says

Civilization was doing great until the ladies came along and ruined everything by inheriting shit

Today’s MGTOW of the Day post is actually based on a comment from 11 days ago but don’t get on my case, I never specified what day the “of the day” part of “MGTOW of the Day” means, and also this is my blog and I make the rules.

Anyway, today’s 11-day-old MGTOW of the Day comment touches on history, law, education, and biology, as some dude named Lowmetal argues that it’s all been downhill for civilization ever since women were first allowed to inherit property. Also, women are actually a whole different species than us dudes.

Lowmetal 2 points 11 days ago The problem started when women could inherit property. In ancient Persia a rich men's wife inherited his wealth and guess what she did with it? She founded the world's first university. Braining washing has always been their tactics. Why do we see women as human? A man of a different race merely looks different but we share a similar nature where as a woman of any race has a fundamentally different nature. In many cultures a women walking on the street alone would be treated as lost property.

Damn those not-actually-human ladies and their love of civilization-destroying EDUCATION, something that Lowmetal is clearly not a big fan of.

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cat
cat
4 years ago

ahh yes. i remember when i went to Alien Girl School and they taught me the dark art of braining washing.

CMH
CMH
4 years ago

I also wonder just how women are supposed to survive.

Oh, women aren’t supposed to survive, women aren’t supposed to have any existence at all outside of serving their manly menfolks! These doodz have fantasies about sexbots because that’s exactly how it will work, they think – as soon as they want something the bot fulfills their desires, and as soon as they have no desire for anything that bot just powers down and goes into stasis or something. It seems to me that plenty of people think that way about other people, that as soon as there isn’t direct contact with them they cease to exist and to need any kind of resources.

Haise, the husky puppy
Haise, the husky puppy
4 years ago

Since mgtows` talents involve insecure projection, I’m assuming it’s them who feel like they’re a different species from other men / male-aligned individuals.

dlouwe
dlouwe
4 years ago

But if women aren’t humans, then how is babby formed?

TiredTexan
TiredTexan
4 years ago

Men commit 90% of violent crime, start 99% of all wars, commit 95% of terrorism, own the vast majority of the world’s assets, and control almost all political institutions. One of the leading causes of death among women under 50 is being killed by a partner.

But according to these guys, women who work are stealing from men. Women who stay home are stealing from men. Women who vote are stealing political power from men and should shut up because women really control everything. Any women who sleeps with any man other than the one complaining about her is a slut. Women who won’t sleep with men are teases and stuck up bitches. The women who refused to sleep with Elliot Rogers are at fault for him killing those people. Women who are hit by their partners deserve it. Women have irritating voices. Whatever they wear is inappropriate. They laugh too loud or they are humorless. They are too emotional or don’t care enough. They control everything with their sexy butts. They are weak pitiful snowflakes needing of safe spaces when harassed viciously, but should never criticize a man who harasses them as that is horribly cruel (remember how offended MRAs were when women criticized a European scientist for wearing a shirt with naked women on it for a televised appearance during a satellite launch?). Women are illogical, emotional and weak-minded.

Yet, the facts clearly show that women aren’t the ones who often lose control, attack others, start wars, commit terrorism, rape and pillage, shoot up schools.

So which gender is more illogical, emotional and weak-minded?

Alan Robertshaw
Alan Robertshaw
4 years ago

@ tiredtexan

commit 95% of terrorism,

There are, and have been, loads of women ‘terrorists’. I’m not saying that in a ‘not all men’ sense. I just think it’s a bit dismissive. Erases women like Liela Khaled and Ulrike Meinhof. Women are often at the forefront of terrorist/resistance groups, and the most effective. It’s no coincidence that one of the major works on counter-terrorism is called “Shoot the women first”.

I know you mean well but it’s a bit like Michael Moore’s “women didn’t contribute to the atom bomb” thing.

Ohlmann
Ohlmann
4 years ago

@Alan : I agree. That whole string of statistic seem directly out of an ass.

I also find that existentialist : in the end, there isn’t much difference between men and women, most of which is cultural. The answer to “which gender is more illogical, emotional, and weak-minded” is “neither, variations between individuals is way higher than the average difference between man and women”

Ohlmann
Ohlmann
4 years ago

I meant essentialist, not existentialist -_-

numerobis
numerobis
4 years ago

Just saying, “word of the day” isn’t a word that was coined that day.

No need to excuse yourself when you post a mgtow of the day that was posted a week and a half ago.

Alan Robertshaw
Alan Robertshaw
4 years ago

@ olhmann

Well you’re all philosophers at heart over there. It’s probably a ‘Cartesian Slip’ sort of thing. 🙂

Brian M
Brian M
4 years ago

Women are not innocent of warmongering, either. Did Hillary Clinton or Condaleeza Rice ever meet a war they were not in favor of?

No…warmongering is a human failing. Not JUST a male problem*.

*Not denying the demographic realities. Just noting this is not a universal case.

Gussie Jives
Gussie Jives
4 years ago

Yeah, when I went to university, I graduated top of my class in “braining washing.”

Oh wait, that was Materials Science and Engineering. And I wasn’t top of my class. I certainly did graduate though, which more than this brainiac did given his contempt for post-secondary education.

It’s funny… when I read Cat’s Cradle in the ninth grade, I really couldn’t see the significance of it in a world where Bill Clinton was President and every piece of pop culture from The X-Files to The Matrix made government look so airtight and hypercompetent that they could not only hide aliens but experiment on their citizens with impunity without leaving a shred of proof.

Fast forward 18 years and not only am I seeing the right-wing echo chamber as a kind of 21st century Bokononism where comforting lies are not just the norm but a requirement, but we’ve got Papa Monzano as President of the United States with his finger on the Ice-Nine trigger and whole bunch of little Felix Hoenikkers running around the Internet treating people as little more than a game. But that’s just me… remembering parts of my education again. High crimes these days, apparently.

Damn you, Vonnegut! Why must you write such terrifying futures?!

Hambeast, disorderly she-tornado and breaker of windows
Hambeast, disorderly she-tornado and breaker of windows
4 years ago

wwth said

Doesn’t that whole university founding thing contradict the usual manosphere claim that men are responsible for all of civilization and women never made any contributions?

Of course not! For two reasons:

1. Invented by a feeeeemale! (which invalidates your argument because reasons)

2. Universities are places of higher learning where ideas are exchanged. IDEAS!! ideas that might conflict with your own! So, obviously NOT good for civilization, more like a poison-pill in the grand scheme of things, amirite? /mgtow

I might be spending too much time here…

Alan Robertshaw
Alan Robertshaw
4 years ago

@ gussie

Bokononism

I can’t imagine Bokonon would have had much time for the alt-right; can’t imagine them indulging in mutual foot rubbing either. 🙂

Love that book though, and every time I read it I find a new interpretation. It was only this year someone pointed out to me that Ice-Nine was designed to rid the world of mud; and what does Bokonon say about how humans came into existence?

Austin Loomis
4 years ago

kidvelociraptor: From the ages of 5 to about 12, I believed, or at least felt like, I was actually from Jupiter. I think it was the 12-year orbit that spoke to me. I later learned that Jupiter was the traditional governing planet of my zodiac sign (before they discovered Neptune). Even later, I learned that Sai Thame, the governing intelligence associated with the planet we call Jupiter, is associated with the brunette gender by the Aristasians (if you’ve never heard of them, they’re sort of the Rule 63 version of migtows, even to the point of considering themselves a separate species from “masculi and femini”).

Francesca Torpedo, Femoid Special Forces Major
Francesca Torpedo, Femoid Special Forces Major
4 years ago

Jailbird is a critically overlooked classic.

Everything about it is just so good. It’s extremely relevant and topical to current events. The main character is a former confidante of Nixon’s.

It examines topics such as police brutality, violence against protesting citizens, the American phobia of communism, the giant, faceless corporations that roam the American landscape like devouring titans (RAMJAC is practically Google, right down to the wacky meaningless name), and it’s terribly quotable.

Fist-fucking films.

Re: Space people elsewhere in the thread

When I was about the same ages as you guys, I used to have a fantasy or a recurring dream or daydream that a Y-Wing Starfighter from Star Wars would crashland on my neighborhood street and I could get in and fly away from this planet.

Alan Robertshaw
Alan Robertshaw
4 years ago

@ fran

“Me, an alien? Is this one of your human jokes?”

Victorious Parasol
Victorious Parasol
4 years ago

Speaking of men whose feelings are easily hurt, and the awesome Alamo Drafthouse mentioned a few days back….

https://www.themarysue.com/no-boys-allowed/

Francesca Torpedo, Femoid Special Forces Major
Francesca Torpedo, Femoid Special Forces Major
4 years ago

@VP

I’m not sure how to feel about them describing transwomen and enbys/genderqueer people as ‘people who identify as women’. That’s kind of an unfortunate and awkwardly worded descriptor, but ¯\_(ツ)_/¯, at least they acknowledge us.

Ohlmann
Ohlmann
4 years ago

Out of topic : I take a plane tomorrow to a relatively big wargaming competition (warmachine, a competitor to the more well known Warhammer)

It’s the first tournament I do entirely in (spoken) english, so I am sort of extremely nervous about that. My pronunciation isn’t super good, and there’s a bunch of random thing I tend to trip on, like saying individual letter (turn out the french pronunciation isn’t adapted here) or numbers (I tend to say ninety instead of nineteen or vice-versa)

It’s not super helped by my absolutely genial idea of changing what I would bring here like yesterday. So I need to finish assemble one particulary fiddly model, then paint it, and paint like three more to be sure, in less than a day.

Despite that I feel confident that this will be a fun trip. I hope it will be the regular kind of fun, and not the dwarf fortress fun :p

Dalillama: Irate Social Engineer

What Fran said.

Viscaria the Cheese Hog
Viscaria the Cheese Hog
4 years ago

@kidvelociraptor, my stepdad had a running joke that we were both aliens from the same planet, which was one of the ways he made up for the lack of a biological bond. My stepdad, it must be said, is good people.

Aunt Podger, Ketchup-Spewing Feminester
Aunt Podger, Ketchup-Spewing Feminester
4 years ago

Whole thing is so silly smacks of agente provocateuse to me, like “I don’t need femsinsn because…” Twitter account. Or… cats against feminism.

Francesca Torpedo, Femoid Special Forces Major
Francesca Torpedo, Femoid Special Forces Major
4 years ago

@Dalillama

Good afternoon, Person Who Identifies As Female.

Lovely weather we’re having.

What? No, I am not a sex robot. What gave you that idea, Fleshbag?

[beep]

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IgnoreSandra
4 years ago

@Francesca

Why yes, hello fellow human woman. It’s certainly a wondrously stormy day to be human. I am saying these words with my genuine human mouth as I type them, and certainly am not physically incapable of pronouncing human speech due to my cartilaginous tentacle-mouths.

It’s such a wonderful day to be human, with their skin and bones and nutritious blood vessels, and definitely no acidic flesh.

Ehh. I don’t like “Person Who Identifies As Female” either. The implication I’m seeing is “But isn’t”. Part of this is the “Female” thing. It’s just a dehumanizing way to refer to women, isn’t it?

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