Washington Times

" If Disney isn’t inclined to give audiences a gay superhero, couldn’t they have at least left us the dream of Bucky and Cap? "

Our decent into "care-based" morality continues to grow as the gynocracy asserts it's agenda on society.

Vanity Fair published the works of Christopher Hitchens once upon a time. Literally packed full of insightful observations and reasoning, Hitchen's embodied journalistic integrity... and this magazine happily published it. How far the mighty have fallen...

In a wonderful instance of serendipity, Hitch published the following quote in Vanity Fair as a part of his examination of George Orwell's life, and understanding Orwell's literature.

"We are all drowning in filth. When I talk to anyone or read the writings of anyone who has any axe to grind, I feel that intellectual honesty and balanced judgement have simply disappeared from the face of the earth. Everyone’s thought is forensic, everyone is simply putting a “case” with deliberate suppression of his opponent’s point of view, and, what is more, with complete insensitiveness to any sufferings except those of himself and his friends."

It's not so much female nature and values, as it is men pandering to them that is the driving force here I think. Children often harbour unreasonable expectations which need to be checked to prevent destructive decision making, but it seems we have thrown out the baby with the bathwater, so to speak. The mature mind embraces reason, delayed gratification and taking responsibility for the consequences of one's actions or lack thereof, as a tacit acknowledgment of plain truth... simple reality. The child's mind embraces "magical thinking" where desire is just as important and objective reality, leading to some pretty terrible decision-making as well as suffering the consequences of these poor choices.

Unlike previous generations however, these terrible consequences are not only affecting the undeveloped minds making these poor choices, but in fact are directly impacting everyone. Pandering to female nature in a pathetic attempt to access sexuality and intimacy has not only destroyed those qualities in our women, but has launched generations of single-mother households devoid of even basic logic and reason... it's the stuff of nightmares.

Where this all leads is guesswork, but to quote a favorite movie:

"In other words, it's a huge shit sandwich, and we're all gonna have to take a bite. "

Gentlemen, we have only ourselves to blame... we are allowing this decent into mediocrity to proceed almost unchallenged despite the evidence all around us. Even history provides examples for us about the consequences of pandering to desires of our women and children... Roman empire anyone?

But if history has taught me anything it's that, as a society, we apparently learn very little from history.

I'll end this with another movie quote:

"It's easy to forget what's important... so don't"