Re: some U.S. observations and notes

From: Samantha Atkins (
Date: Sat Dec 22 2001 - 03:54:45 MST

"J. R. Molloy" wrote:
> From: "Mike Lorrey" <>
> > Given that over most of the past decade, white males
> > HAVE been 'the enemy' as far as those in power were concerned, then it's
> > not an inaccurate point.
> Precisely so! ...and it's been more than the past decade... More like the past
> half century.


> For example, read Valerie Solanis' _SCUM Manifesto_ which is still available
> in print and in electronic format. The vilification of white males (aka,
> misandry) makes the detention of Arab/Muslim terrorist suspects look quite
> benign in comparison. For every white female in US prisons, there are twenty
> white men in US prisons. Of course, this is due to genetic sex differences

And something on the order of 20 black or brown men for every
white man. Men are generally more prone to many types of
crime. This has been noticed for quite some time. It is not
that men are being unfairly persecuted per se.

> which account for behavioral differences, but notice that feminazis deny sex
> differences when it comes to putting females in postitions of leadership. I
> think the war against white males has been motivated largely by jealousy and
> envy... the same thing that motivated the 9-11 terrorists.

Oh, we are going to do a little name-calling and male whining
heh? Gee, what fun! The war against discrimination against
many other groups accept white males has been fought on the
grounds of equal rights and justice. Are we envious when men
get privileges and rights that we did not until relatively
recently? Of course. Who would not be. But jealousy is not
the right word for anger against injustice and the race and
gender bias that predominated for so long. We are well advised
to fight such bias and injustice. It has nothing to do with
terrorism and I am quite amazed that any educated person would
claim that it does.

- samantha

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