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A Guest Post from The Suave Swede on Civilization

I just had to write this to you because it was such a eureuka moment. It never clicked for me when you said that civilization is for women. I just brushed it off, because it didnt seem to make any sense.

Then I read that thread yesterday (it's an imageboard where anyone can write what they want), how sweden (yes its fucked here) passed a law. "Men are guilty of rape per law even if they did not intend to rape."

From the comments;

"It's only about money.

Men produce value, women receive it (and transfer it to the upper class who owns the luxury companies)."

It was when I was waiting for the bus later today I got the eureuka moment. That women actively try and grab as much power as they can, they arent innocent and the wave of immigration actually benefits them because men have a higher competition, which men have to work harder (80%+ of all immigrants has been young males) Not only that, pretty much everything in a civilization is beneficial for a woman and to the detriment for a man. Everything i've been told has been a lie.

From one other comment in the thread;

"ALL men are required by law to pay their taxes to pay for other men's children (social welfare);

but NO man has a right to sex."

Sorry for the wall of text but it was just such a wow moment. You were right all along. Things like honor and justice is a completely foreign concept for them.


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jacobMay 27, 2018 5:38 AM UTC

PR only thing I know of glubbs book is this excerpt i've seen a number of times.

Women seem to destroy everything if they arent controlled by men it seems. Kind of like liberals, once they have destroyed one state, they move to the next.
PRMay 26, 2018 10:47 AM UTC

An increase in the influence of women in public life has often been associated with national decline. The later Romans complained that, although Rome ruled the world, women ruled Rome. In the tenth century, a similar tendency was observable in the Arab Empire, the women demanding admission to the professions hitherto monopolised by men. ‘What,’ wrote the contemporary historian, Ibn Bessam, ‘have the professions of clerk, tax-collector or preacher to do with women? These occupations have always been limited to men alone.’ Many women practised law, while others obtained posts as university professors. There was an agitation for the appointment of female judges, which, however, does not appear to have succeeded.

Soon after this period, government and public order collapsed, and foreign invaders overran the country. The resulting increase in confusion and violence made it unsafe for women to move unescorted in the streets, with the result that this feminist movement collapsed. The disorders following the military takeover in 861, and the loss of the empire, had played havoc with the economy. At such a moment, it might have been expected that everyone would redouble their efforts to save the country from bankruptcy, but nothing of the kind occurred. Instead, at this moment of declining trade and financial stringency, the people of Baghdad introduced a five-day week.

– Sir John Glubb, the Fate of Empires, page 15