Patriarchy: “You keep using that word. I do not think it means what you think it means.”

Update: Patriarchy has a pejorative connotation these days in large part to the feminists constantly crying wolf accusing men in general of misogyny.  When they say Patriarchy sneeringly, the Princess Bride quote is apropos, “(Feminists) keep using that word. I do not think it means what you think it means.”

Omnipitron has a good post over at The Phantom Tollbooth that puts Patriarchy in its proper perspective.

 what we’ve come to know as Patriarchy wasn’t meant to oppress or subjugate women, but to harness the creative resources of men.

Can one NOT see why Patriarchy existed? Yes it was to provide men incentive for opting into society by giving them something to LOSE by not doing so, but also to protect the interests of women IN that society. Imagine what the Black Community would look like without the social services provided by the Government in present day, THAT horror show was what our ancestors were trying to avoid!! Patriarchy didn’t work 100%, let’s be realistic, but it worked by and large far better than this society does. Men and women are different, and the truth is that Feminists aren’t wrong when they state that there are inequalities both genders face. However, the inequalities they are trying to alleviate are completely out of their hands and unravel the fabric of the very benefits they sought to achieve. Bluntly, women and men aren’t interchangeable in many of the most basic ways available; men do not have children, and women simply can’t work in the same capacities that men can.

The link to the current state of the black community below is a  sad post about the future that feminism portends unless we can change course soon.  The black ghettos serve as a stark warning or the proverbial canary in the coal mine.

The reality is, female independence is nothing but a fallacy, it only seems that way due to male investment in society. It’s due to current social norms and laws which level’s the playing field allowing women admission and this fact seems to be either ignored or forgotten about by and large. If any company were to hire mostly men, it could be reasoned that they may be more effective, but employment laws offer penalties, which makes this approach undesirable.

I’m sure many feminists will disagree, (like I care) but without Patriarchy, women are left with little leverage over men and essentially at men’s mercy in the event of an economic crash. They can no longer use the ‘Marry me or else no more nooky’ ultimatum as a man of means will easily replace her with a younger and more willing model. I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again, one needs to simply look at the Black Community to see just how much leverage Black Women have over their men. They have none, and no manner to make them commit if a man doesn’t wish to. The large hue and cry we hear regularly from Black women is the lack of good Black men, now we’re starting to hear the very same thing from Whites…don’t worry though, good thing Patriarchy or anything resembling it is a thing of the past!!!

We are unwittingly becoming the victims of our  success as we drift away from the foundations that created the success such as the Patriarchy in this case.

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3 Responses to Patriarchy: “You keep using that word. I do not think it means what you think it means.”

  1. With Omnipitron you need to look at his broad strokes. I will not defend his acumen as a writer – and he won’t brag about it – but across his writings are some very lucid, and subtle ideas. The guy’s brilliant, just not so good at expressing himeself.

    If you’re nitpicking him, you’re missing the point.

  2. Omnipitron says:

    Thank you both. I appreciate both comments, the mean more than you know!!

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