In the discussion thread: What Did Women Ever Do to Make Republicans Hate Us So Much? [View all]
Response to McCamy Taylor (Original post)
Thu Oct 25, 2012, 01:33 PM
Alekei_Firebird (320 posts)
31. You've committed the worst possible sin: emasculating white men
White men had it great in the first half of the 20th century. America led the world, with Europe close behind. The "dark continents" were either safely colonized or too poor to matter. (White) women knew their place and kept their white men happy and feeling great!
Then feminism had to happen. Interracial relationships also became more popular. White women so offended their white men that even a racist like John Derbyshire had to marry one of those lower-standards-having Asian women just to have a chance to procreate!
And now, all you (white) women with your abortions and birth control and interracial relationships and jobs have now led to the ultimate crisis: a decline in the white birthrate relative to other racial groups. As a result, the unquestioned dominance of white men in America may be coming to an end soon. Sure, they'll still be more powerful than any other group, but now, they'll have to bear the unfair burden of having to do things like consider the feelings of other groups for fear of great consequences.
Oh, how these men long for the days when a good old boy like George Allen could say "Macaca" a billion times and nobody would have the power to do anything to him!
White men clearly did not like Barack Obama, yet he won by a landslide anyway. And they fear that this is just a taste of things to come, and they blame (white) women for allowing it to happen.
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You've committed the worst possible sin: emasculating white men
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