Monday, September 24, 2018

Manifesto of an Aspiring Fascist






Some people have accused me of being a fascist. They are wrong. I am an aspiring fascist. Don’t give me a Gold Medal until I have crossed the finish line. I have more to learn and digest before I am ready to mount the podium .

But I am almost there. I have almost assimilated the full fascist package. I am just a few pieces short of finishing the puzzle. Here is what I've got so far. This is what I have come to believe after a half century trek to the summit.

Off the top, and in no particular order…..

1. Biology rules.

2. Gender and race are not "social constructs"

3. There is something called human nature. We are not blank slates. We are pack animals. Hierarchy is endemic, a necessary trademark of pack animals. There will always be and always must be "leaders" and "followers".

4. Egalitarianism is a utopian prescription which runs counter to human nature.

5. Ideologically driven experiments that substantially conflict with human nature must end in dystopian nightmares, or societal collapse.

6. Men and women are fundamentally different. Social engineering will not change that. What it can do, however, is lead to emotional stress, confusion, neuroses, alienation and societal dysfunction. More women than men aspire to become nurses, animal vets, primary school teachers ---not because of 'social conditioning' or 'systemic discrimination" but because they are invested with a maternal instinct.

7. The great majority of women, at least on a subconscious level, look to male "partners' for leadership. Much of modern female angst in Western societies is the result of a collision between their consciously held feminist ideological fixations and their subconscious desire for male leadership. The problem is not that they are partnered with 'bullies' and 'controllers', but with soy boy wimps who seek to ingratiate themselves to women by trying to be more feminist than feminists. To most women, there is nothing more contemptible and off-putting in a man than sycophancy and vacillation. They want to be heard and they want to be consulted, but women who are honest with themselves also want leadership. They want decision. Hamlets NNA.

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