Mittwoch, Juli 05, 2017

Warum hassen die Grünen so viele ihrer Wähler? – News vom 5. Juli 2017

1. In einem aktuellen Interview berichtet Harald Martenstein, dass die grüne Heinrich-Böll-Stiftung nicht nur gegen Männerrechtler austeilt:

Wegen eines kritischen 'Zeit'-Artikels über die Genderforschung wurde ich von der den Grünen nahestehenden Heinrich-Böll-Stiftung als NPD-nah eingestuft. Und diese Grünen hatte ich, verdammt noch mal, davor rund zehn Mal gewählt.

Geht mir nicht anders, Herr Martenstein. Ich habe auch keine Ahnung, warum die Grünen ihre eigene Zielgruppe derart verleumden und beschimpfen müssen, statt sie politisch für sich zu gewinnen.

2. Dazu passend: AR Devine, Träger des Orwell-Preises für sein Blog "Working With the Underclass", beschäftigt sich im irischen "Journal" mit dem massiven Sexismus vieler Linker gegen Männer:

Allow me to illustrate this point by talking about conversations, both in person and on social media, that I have had with many feminists. Instead of dealing with an opposing argument by putting forth a rebuttal, many on the postmodernist left and social justice spectrum will first and foremost attack you and try and dismiss your right to even have an opinion because of your skin colour, gender and sexual orientation. But only if you are a straight, white male.

In the worldview of these people straight, white males are an inferior type of human who should keep their mouths shut and know their place. How is this any different to the bigoted mindset of white supremacists?

I recently heard a stand up comedian use the phrase "straight, white male" as a pejorative. He and many like him feel completely free to express their sneering contempt for one group of people based on their skin colour, gender and sexual orientation.

Most baffling of all he is a white male himself. Do those social justice warriors and feminists not see the irony in claiming to oppose racism and sexism, while harbouring contempt for one group of people based on their gender, sexuality and skin complexion? Personally, I despise racism or sexism of any kind and I will always challenge and resist.

However, it is not just straight, white males who are viewed with suspicion and even contempt by many feminists and social justice warriors. There are many women too, including some self-identified feminists such as Christina Hoff Sommers and Camille Paglia who are viewed with derision by many of the feminist sisterhood because they don’t subscribe to the current iteration of feminism.

There are also plenty of young women such as the popular Youtuber ShoeonHead who do not identify as feminists, and are highly critical of the claims current radical feminism makes.

These young non-feminist women, as well as feminist dissenters like Christina Hoff Sommers and Camille Paglia, are all dismissed as having "internalised misogyny". Meanwhile, Sharia law supporter Linda Sarsour who is at the forefront of the feminist movement in the USA, is never accused of having "internalised misogyny", despite supporting a brutal religious legal system that treats women as second class citizens.

This alliance between some feminists and Islamist defenders like Linda Sarsour exemplifies the internalised hypocrisy within feminism and the wider social justice movement.

Perhaps one day the current radical feminists and social justice warriors might become capable of grasping the fact that many of their opponents or even internal dissenters, whatever their gender, skin colour and sexual orientation are also able to have strongly held opinions that are not motivated by sexism, racism, homophobia or "internalised misogyny."

3. Immer mehr Frauen bekommen die Folgen der "Jungenkrise" zu spüren, also die international wachsende Benachteiligung des männlichen Geschlechts in Schule und Ausbildung. Ein angeblicher Mangel an "heiratbaren" Männern führt die Damen jetzt zu drastischen Schritten, um ihre Fortpflanzung zu sichern:

A dearth of marriagable men has left an "oversupply" of educated women taking desperate steps to preserve their fertility, experts say.

The first global study into egg freezing found that shortages of eligible men were the prime reason why women had attempted to take matters into their own hands.

Experts said "terrifying" demographic shifts had created a "deficit" of educated men and a growing problem of "leftover" professional women, with female graduates vastly outnumbering males in in many countries.

The study led by Yale University, involved interviews with 150 women undergoing egg freezing at eight clinics.

Researchers found that in more than 90 per cent of cases, the women were attempting to buy extra time because they could not find a partner to settle down with, amid a "dearth of educated men".'

Das wächst sich zu einem ernstzunehmenden Problem aus. Anders als Männer lassen sich Frauen selten herab, jemanden zu heiraten, der schlechter ausgebildet und in einer schlechteren beruflichen Position ist als sie selbst. Gleichzeitig sind Feministinnen, die die Geschlechterpolitik beherrschen, aber auch nicht bereit, Benachteiligungen auch des männlichen Geschlechts als Thema ernst zu nehmen. Die Kombination dieser beiden Verhaltensweisen führt zu einer zunehmenden Vereinsamung vieler Frauen und verzweifelten Aktionen wie denen, die hier geschildert werden.

4. Dazu passend: Der ehemaligen Sexarbeiterin Gwyneth Montenegro zufolge habe sich als Folge eines aggressiven Feminismus die Einstellung vieler Männer gegenüber Frauen in den letzten Jahren stark verändert:

Ms Montenegro, 39, used an intimate profiling methodology to survey more than 60,000 women to come up with the results each time.

'In 2012, by far the most common profile types were "The Stroker" and "The Non-Conformist". Both of these profile types have a bias toward continually proving themselves to their partner,' she explained.

'In 2017, the most common profile types revealed were "The Wimpy Kid" and "The Conqueror". Both of these have primary motivations that reveal a degree of displeasure or resentment toward women.'

Ms Montenegro believes that if changes aren't made, these averages will become 'societal norms'.

'If you look into the data from just a handful of years ago it seems that the majority of men saw women as someone to impress. Someone to woo if you like,' she explained.

'Nowadays the data reveals a shift toward motivations more like to "use and exploit" or to be "removed and disconnected".'

'Increased sexual harassment, exploitation and employment inequality will become more commonplace if we don’t arrest the trend.'

Ms Montenegro believes that women have something to do with these results.

'I don’t want to be so arrogant so as to blame feminism, I count myself as a feminist, but I do believe some of the responsibility does lie with us women,' she said.

'We’ve become more militant in our approach against inter-sex grievances. We’ve used female rights to ambush and complain instead of to negotiate and to talk.

'We loudly picket and demand if we don’t get our way. We are quick to storm the streets and proclaim our displeasure.

'All of this is good in a balanced society but in our enthusiasm we are forgetting the unintended consequences. We are fostering a degree of disillusionment among the few good men left.

'They are left scratching their head saying wondering why so much hatred, when all they want to do is to provide for and care for their partner. If we’re are militant and dispassionate toward men, can we not expect them to be militant and dispassionate toward us?'

Ms Montenegro says that while 'feminism has its place' and cannot be 'blamed for everything', communication needs to improve.

'It’s hard being a woman today and God knows we need representation, however I am a firm believer that communication, negotiation and a hand shake can be a more effective tool than never ending whining and foot stomping,' she said.

'In my experience the majority of men don’t hate women, they just want a good one to hold and love. Do we really want to generate disillusionment among them?

'The influence of feminism in the current generation is undeniable. We live in a world in which many men are too scared to open a door for a woman for fear of verbal abuse.'

'We live in a world where it’s common place for women to cry rape in order to get back at a man... These instructions aren’t just coming out of the blue, they are coming from women of influence within female movements.'

'Any good relationship requires communication and in the wider community it’s no difference. If we want to advance the cause of women we need to communicate.'

Ms Montenegro, who says 'feminism is broken and needs to be fixed', is using the platform she gained from being open about her past to spread this message far and wide.

Ich fürchte, dass die Dame trotzdem tauben Ohren predigt. Sie mag noch so viel persönliche Erfahrungen mit Männern haben – derzeit sind Feministinnen, die offenbar nur begrenzte persönliche Erfahrungen mit Männern haben, geschlechterpolitisch an der Macht.

5. "Männerrechtler Nikolaus Pirhofer gestorben" berichten die Südtiroler Nachrichten. Ich kann mir nur schwer feststellen, dass die deutschen Medien den Tod eines Männerrechtlers mit einem solchen Artikel würdigen würden. In den feministischen Redaktionen unseres Landes gäbe es wohl eher triumphierende Fist Bumps.

6. Die "taz" darf weiter mit Namensnennung über einen Mann berichten, der auf Facebook schwadronierte, es bleibe einem wohl nichts anderes übrig, als "Genderlesben und Politikern jeweils 8×9 mm in das dumme Gehirn zu jagen."

7. Und ein drittes Mal zur Vormeldung passend – die Post. Einer meiner Leser schreibt mir heute unter der Betreffzeile "Ach du Scheiße":

Hallo Herr Hoffmann,

die von Wikimannia haben ja wirklich einen an der Klatsche. Da ist man ja echt blamiert.

Für Wizorek und Konsortinnen natürlich eine Steilvorlage.

8. Weitere Kurznachrichten gibt es heute Morgen bei Geschlechterallerlei.

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