Modern 'Feminism' - Before & After (get a bucket ready)

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  1. crispcem, Jun 14, 2018

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    I'm so glad I don't have grandchildren. If one of them showed up looking like this I'd beat my kids first and then probably duct tape the 'thing' to a chair for a long weekend of deprogramming. Truly frightening transformations in this video. Home schooling is the safest way to keep kids from all this bs. Don't even get me started on the emasculation of men and boys in this country....
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  2. yacraps, Jun 14, 2018

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    This is so real.. I have witnessed my two sons who friends have done this beautiful kids going to...I don't know what..sad
     
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    I do have an open mind and understand that kids r kids and will always do something they think is pushing the envelope - BUT - this gender and identity politics bs is something entirely different. A teenager walking around looking like Marilyn Manson back in the day, okay, goofy black trench coat and boots, haircut etc, but it was about the music, the look etc. The kids grew out of it, cut their hair, got a job, got married and bought a house.
    I don't know how 'normal' young men are dealing with this pool of entitled spoiled me me me Princess brats or these man-hating.nasty freaks when it comes to pairing up. I feel for kids these days. They get shoved into identity politics from the get go and public schooling just hammers that home.Whatever happened to celebrating the differences between men and women...instead of indoctrinating kindergartners that non-gender/non-binary is natural, as is being trans, bi, 'gender fluid',??.... whatever.. :rolleyes:
     
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  4. The Midnight Skulker, Jun 15, 2018

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    I understand the video was meant to be humorous, but some of the images remind me of customers I have had in my taxicab. Most notable are those (of both all genders) who would need a face transplant if they ever got near a medium-power magnet.

    My all time favorite example of this genre was a teenage male who looked like he would blow away in a stiff wind dressed in leather pants, complete with chain, and a t-shirt on which he had hand written, "I kill for fun." He looked like a pansy trying not to look like a pansy...and failing miserably.
     
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  5. crispcem, Jun 15, 2018

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    I can kind of give some slack to dufus teenagers but when they're in their twenties or thirties, whole other story. Big difference between an "I kill for fun" t-shirt on a pimple faced kid whose voice is still breaking, and a 30-something with meth scabs all over his face.
    My favorite all-time whack job was a tattooed shaved nut with surgically implanted devil horn nubs sprouting on his forehead/head. Yup. not much I haven't seen where I live. God help these people and our country.
     
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  6. basicstrategy777, Jun 16, 2018

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    If you are in your 70's you saw the old America and how she use to be.....she had problems, but she was great.......there was a right and wrong,,,,there were 2 bathrooms......there was a respect of country and the flag.........there was homemade apple pie..........there is nothing sacred anymore.......the rule of law is being stretched and strained like never before....it is being dis-respected...........it almost feels like we are close to a breaking point.........the Magnificent One is trying to push back the tide, but it is very difficult to do........it will take a loong time to change the culture that has taken years to create........pretty soon those that knew what it was like will be dead and there will be no frame of reference for the younger folks.....the Trumpster is in his 70's and he remembers.....those that voted for him are in their 60's and 70's and they remember.........for this reason, his base will never crack.........the value system must be strong and should come from a home environment that has parents that believe in God......you take away God and bad things happen......like from the school system, as an example.....

    God....counrtry...family....are the bed-rock of a sound society.......start removing those and we are headed for trouble.

    I have grandchildren and they are absolutely wonderful......2 are in college and they have been brought up right.....I couldn't ask for better boys.

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  7. crispcem, Jun 16, 2018

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    Good for you that you raised healthy minded kids that in turn raised healthy adjusted children. And I totally agree on the side of the spiritual. 'God' is known by many names, languages and religious beliefs or traditions. And as long as they in essence teach the 10 Commandments, that society has a chance at civility, peace and prosperity.
    I have seen various countries I travel and live in over decades make a sliding dump into varying degrees of chaos and civil/societal unrest. And it was very easy to chart as personal wealth and access to social media increased, while traditional church-going decreased.
    A man or woman who has reverence for the Divine in their heart and humility in their soul is someone fit to raise children. So many segments of the US population have lost this or were never raised this way, while other countries emulate as closely as possible the worst they see coming out of Hollyweird and on social media. - and the destruction in their society is clear.
    Some people talk about 'change' as inevitable, but when it's a change for the worse, and not rooted in respect for spiritual law, and also not within a nation's laws on book - we're jiggered.
    There are people well below their 50's that did get a taste of our generation's morals and upbringing. Some of them aren't quite sure what it's about, but they sense what's right and wrong, sense that these 'progressives' are anything but, and they caught the tail end of our influence in raising their mom's and dad's. Our job is to break it down to them, show a clear path to leading a moral and just existence.
    It's not about being a 'Holy Roller' or Christian based 'spokesperson'. It's about getting people aware of their spiritual existence independent of any outward 'church'/'label' and walking that path, being self accountable before a Supreme Creator above all. Decide just where they stand using their own brains and critical thinking and then engage with the world from that point. That hasn't been demanded for a long long time. Not in the home, and not in public schools. Thanks for posting 777.
     
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  8. Settingcanthurt, Jun 17, 2018

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    Liberalism sowing their seeds.
     
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    I am just thinking as you state "under 50". Pretty much defines the gap. As these misfits from nature age and procreate I wonder what their spawns will think of them. Wonder if, when they all die will this aberration die with them??
     
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    I won't be around (I doubt) to see too much change, but I do believe that there are quite a few under 18 kids who totally see through this libbie prog socialist bs. Some I've talked to are very awake and understand the dynamic of a politicized ideology at play. The pendulum eventually swings, more and more people are finally waking up and recognizing this insanity. The lunatic liberals reign won't last forever, though they've tried their best to kill and bury this country in their bs.
     
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  11. Settingcanthurt, Jun 18, 2018 at 9:06 AM

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    Stinking globalists and the uber wealthy Kabal lost a big leader when the Constitution kicked in and Omobba was done. Hildabeast had a big plan in place to put the seal on our freedoms. We would be in a civil war by now had she won. I sure hope you are right about todays HS grads. With pot being legal in so many places I see too many being dumbed down for years to come.
     
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  12. basicstrategy777, Jun 18, 2018 at 1:55 PM

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    Crispy.....no offense but I thought of you when I saw this......wild and free


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    Thought provoking.Can compare to the gender identity dilemma facing some of these screwed up progressives
     
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  14. Settingcanthurt, Jun 18, 2018 at 9:13 PM

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    They have it together Dave. They are pulling all their identity politics under a general catch all of just hate. It's all hate politics.
     
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    ROFLMAO! Oh man, lol...not sure what I did to come across as this - bwahah thanks for the laugh!
    A more appropriate representation of my 'wild and free' days :D runs along these lines of site

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    There's a segment of kids still in middle and jr. high (not so much the recent grads) who are thoroughly sick of this shit being crammed down their throats. Not all, but some, and it's only natural for kids to rebel against what 'the establishment' tries to pound them down with. The ones I've talked to are sharp and see right through it.
    That's the funny thing about libbie progs - they ARE the repressive 'establishment' they rail on and on about yet they can't even see it. They suck all joy out of living and simply being with their mico-managing identity/gender politic bs.. Hell YEAH! What kid wouldn't rebel against a constant force-feeding of that crap!
     
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  17. basicstrategy777, Jun 19, 2018 at 3:11 AM

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    To tell you the truth....I like your representation better......777
     
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    I can see you now training 7th grade ART class. Molding the free expression of tomorrows yout.
     
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  19. Settingcanthurt, Jun 19, 2018 at 11:08 AM

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    9th Grade was the beginning of the end of school for me. I mentally dropped out, before being physically expelled in 12th grade. It all began with 9th grade English. I refused to read "Great Expectations" by Charles Dickens (a story of a young lad and his adventures or some such BS). I received an F for the class, had to take summer school to go on to 10th grade.

    You see, by 9th grade I had consumed every novel by Frank Yerby, cover to cover, over and over. He was not only an American author, he also wrote a few novels about young men growing up ("The Saracen Blade", "Fairoaks") He also wrote about the antebellum South, slavery, interracial relationships, etc.. In fact, two of his books were made into movies, "The Golden Hawk", and "The Foxes of Harrow".

    I also read every novel of the time by Harold Robbins. His first book, "A Stone For Danny Fisher" was about an American youth, who took up boxing to break out of the slums and crime. Also made into a movie "Kid Creole". And Evan Hunter who wrote "The Blackboard Jungle" about a teacher dealing with troubled kids. Evan Hunter (writing as Ed McBain) also wrote the "The 87th Precinct" detective series, a model for later crime dramas such as "NYPD Blue" and "Hill Street Blues".

    Perhaps if I could've articulated my argument better, maybe it would've helped the teacher to understand that as an American I don't want a bunch of British crap shoved down my throat. I hated the Beatles, loved early 60's American Rock and Roll and R&B. And I would be more than happy to write a report on any of these to satisfy my English passing requirements.

    But I guess she had a script to follow.
     
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