Women’s Rights

Let me tell you my experience with women. The person who fired me from my very first job? A woman. Completely without cause, in fact she invented some bullshit to justify it. And who fired me from my first really cool job? A woman. She hired a black guy to replace me because he was cheaper. Who fired me from my last cool job? A woman, she lied about drug test results and tried to steal my company laptop so she could blame it on me. She even brought police to my front door, accusing me of theft because I insisted on returning my laptop to the company directly.

When the Chicago police illegally entered my home, who lead their intrusion? A woman. When bill collectors call me to claim money I don’t owe them, who’s on the phone? A woman. When I call the bank to dispute theft of my money and they tell me to suck it, who’s on the phone? A woman.

Nearly every single occasion where my life has been derailed or inconvenienced in a significant and unjustified way, it’s been a woman making it happen.

Let’s talk about Politics. Who is leading the charge to steal my 2nd amendment right to keep and bear arms for defense of self, family and nation? Women. Who is fighting for the right to murder unborn children? Women. Who is leading the effort to make it okay to abuse children with lies about biological genders, or the existence of God? Women. (There is no God.), and while we’re on the subject of religion, women are responsible for original sin.

Women have spent my entire life trying to steal everything they can get their greedy hands on. But you know what they can’t steal? It’s a man’s world, and I’m a man. Given our 40 year history together, why would any woman think I’d ever give that up to them? You must think I’m a fool. And that also factors into my calculations.

So before you start arguing about “Equal rights” or making threats about what you’ll withhold from me, just think about all of these things. As far as I’m concerned, women made themselves the enemy. I was raised by a hippy single mother, I believed in equality for years. Now I don’t. People are not equal. I believe in embracing objective reality. If you want to be treated as an equal, you need to earn that by proving you are an equal. I succeed in my life without resorting to deception or treachery. People who do that, regardless of gender, are already treated as my equals.

I don’t hate women. And I don’t believe all women are the same. But I do not trust women.