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Why women destroy civilisations (their own)

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    Posted: 07 Jun 2016 at 11:43
A really insightful 19 minute presentation explaining why women inevitably fail to build, maintain or protect civilisations. One of the best presentations I have come across expressing so many of the dysfunctions happening in the West.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UxpVwBzFAkw
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote toyomotor Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 19 Jun 2016 at 03:30
Constantine, if, as you say, women destroy civilisations, how about acknowledging the fact that men through lust for power and wealth have destroyed more civilisations than we could count easily, and without a woman in sight.

Of all of the major wars which have taken place on this planet over the past 3000years, how many have been instigated by women?

I think the artical is a cynical personal opinion by the makers.


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Do you have any opinion on the individual points being made by the creator?
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"The Creator made them male and female, male and female he made them."

imo, that was a good way to make them, both are necessary for the creation of offspring,
and to say that one destroys vs. one creates, is a rather narrow view.  But some of the ancient
Greeks would agree with you, Helen of Troy and all that.  Classical Greece, you had boys for love, girls for children.  The first woman was Pandora, look it up, and see what that myth says in the Greek mind about women.  But personally, I think men would wear their underwear and go unshaven around the house, if it wasn't for women.  Women are a _civilizing_ influence, and men live longer in general if a woman is in their life.

The Pythagoreans believed that loyalty to parents was important, but they believed that women's loyalty was to her husband.  Women are key to bridging between tribes, so to speak.

I haven't watched all the video, I am on my mother's computer in her kitchen, and I don't exactly want to broadcast it right now.  I may or may not finish it.
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Constantine XI:

Blackbird, author of the View Tube monologue on the OP, trivialises the role of women in society, and while I don't really agree with the hard line feminist doctrines, nor do I agree with the sentiment that "women belong in the home, barefoot and pregnant".

I think that to say that women destroy civilisations is rediculous. Ever wondered if we'd have any type of community if not for women, be it civilised or otherwise?

But like everyone else, he's entitled to his views.


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