Re: What is the character of a woman?
Posted: Sun Oct 28, 2018 9:01 pm
The question presupposes that all women have the same character. They do not.
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That which is receptive, hence the confusion over the nature of women, they are strictly an extension of a culture. If one wants to under stand a people or culture, just look at the women. They are the foundation of civilization as they are its womb, literally and metaphorically.Systematic wrote: ↑Wed Sep 19, 2018 6:54 amWomen are meek and mild, subservient creatures. Or so we've been led to believe. Apparently no one had asked the Russians before they became communist... What are your women like? Are they domicile like our women? Do they blindly believe or do they think? Nietzsche's fault lies in his sexism. Did the Jews trick the Romans and Greeks out of their paganism? Obviously. Were they wiser people before that happened? Definitely. But the Greeks had also had a rebellion against feminism before their religion solidified. That was the rebellion against female deity. Don't look into Medusa's eyes or else she will turn you into stone. In order to be a powerful man, you must be corrupt. In order to be corrupted, you need to let your woman call the shots. Marx was not a rebel against power or capitalism, He was a rebel against women. He tricked the Russians into overpowering their women in the name of communism. What would a world run by women be like? Depends on the time of the month. Not the time of the year.