David Myatt Anonymous 31469[Reply]
"The uncomfortable truth is that we, we men, are and have been the ones causing, needing, participating in, wars and conflicts. We - not women - are the cause of most of the suffering, death, destruction, hate, violence, brutality, and killing, that has occurred and which is still occurring, thousand year upon thousand year; just as we are the ones who seek to be - or who often need to be - prideful and 'in control'; and the ones who through greed or alleged need or because of some ideation have saught to exploit not only other human beings but the Earth itself. We are also masters of deception; of the lie. Cunning with our excuses, cunning in persuasion, and skilled at inciting hatred and violence. And yet we men have also shown ourselves to be, over thousands of years, valourous; capable of noble, selfless, deeds. Capable of doing what is fair and restraining ourselves from doing what is unethical. Capable of a great and a gentle love. This paradoxy continues to perplex me."
Pretty inspiring words coming from a former extremist.
People are fundamentally selfish and work with others or care for others only as much as it benefits themselves, and isn't particularly limited to just one sex. Pretty silly statement there in op's post.
Image is from a particularly stupid article by a profoundly stupid person.
Quote from a vile human being where he admits to being completely flummoxed by the brutal, obvious fact that people are different thus judging others by race, sex, or creed is stupid.
Why fuck is every news article turned into some blogpost written by some moran who spends 18 hours a day on twitter. Like this “article” reads like those blogs you find recipes on and they write a whole essay on their dog
Everyone withdraws into their own small gated community, afraid of a larger forum. They stay inside their little ponds, leaking whatever "truth" suits them into the growing cesspool of society at large.
Agreed; people presenting their ill-informed opinions mined from twitter as "journalism: on "news" sites is so common I think mommybloggers are the future of fact-based news