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Re: What are your most controversial/extreme views?

Postby kgcayenne » Sep 20th, 2019, 12:17 pm

stuphoto wrote:I do have a theory on how to eliminate this issue.
Refuse to let these companies use any TFW's wages as a write off.
It will cost them more than they are saving.


Alternatively, the employer would have to pay the wage difference into an education fund to local colleges and vocational schools for local kids to use.
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Re: What are your most controversial/extreme views?

Postby SaxonAD » Oct 14th, 2019, 8:00 pm

Elect a right wing nationalist government. Teach boys to become strong men and girls to be graceful women.

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Re: What are your most controversial/extreme views?

Postby kgcayenne » Oct 14th, 2019, 8:10 pm

Pining for the 18th Century are you?
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Re: What are your most controversial/extreme views?

Postby LANDM » Oct 15th, 2019, 8:03 am

kgcayenne wrote:Pining for the 18th Century are you?


I can visualize him singing:

"As I walk through the valley where I harvest my grain,
I take a look at my wife and realize she's very plain
But that's just perfect for an Amish like me
You know, I shun fancy things like electricity
At 4: 30 in the morning I'm milkin' cows
Jebediah feeds the chickens and Jacob plows... fool
And I've been milkin' and plowin' so long that
Even Ezekiel thinks that my mind is gone
I'm a man of the land, I'm into discipline
Got a Bible in my hand and a beard on my chin
But if I finish all of my chores and you finish thine
Then tonight we're gonna party like it's 1699"

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Re: What are your most controversial/extreme views?

Postby SaxonAD » Oct 15th, 2019, 9:03 am

It would be better than the mess we are in now. Pangendered furrykin tranny freaks roaming around, schools teaching kids about gay sex and government handing out free drugs to junkies. The lazy and useless are rewarded with welfare while working class folks are taxed more and more to pay for it all. The media heavily favours leftist ideals while shunning anything right as outdated and dare I say it...
Nazi.
Nice weird al quote btw. You got me, I'm Amish. Using a computer. On castanet. Lol
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Re: What are your most controversial/extreme views?

Postby LANDM » Oct 15th, 2019, 11:24 am

SaxonAD wrote:It would be better than the mess we are in now. Pangendered furrykin tranny freaks roaming around, schools teaching kids about gay sex and government handing out free drugs to junkies. The lazy and useless are rewarded with welfare while working class folks are taxed more and more to pay for it all. The media heavily favours leftist ideals while shunning anything right as outdated and dare I say it...
Nazi.
Nice weird al quote btw. You got me, I'm Amish. Using a computer. On castanet. Lol


Yeah, but you’ll be partying like it’s 1699 if the PPC gets in, I bet.

It must be difficult for someone to go outside with all of the "Pangendered furrykin tranny freaks roaming around, schools teaching kids about gay sex and government handing out free drugs to junkies"!
Truly scary...... :135:
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Re: What are your most controversial/extreme views?

Postby OKkayak » Oct 15th, 2019, 11:49 am

LANDM wrote:
I can visualize him singing:

"As I walk through the valley where I harvest my grain,
I take a look at my wife and realize she's very plain
But that's just perfect for an Amish like me
You know, I shun fancy things like electricity
At 4: 30 in the morning I'm milkin' cows
Jebediah feeds the chickens and Jacob plows... fool
And I've been milkin' and plowin' so long that
Even Ezekiel thinks that my mind is gone
I'm a man of the land, I'm into discipline
Got a Bible in my hand and a beard on my chin
But if I finish all of my chores and you finish thine
Then tonight we're gonna party like it's 1699"

Livin' in an Amish Paradise, are we? :biggrin:

Saxon does have a point though, there is absolutely nothing wrong with teaching boys to become strong men and girls to become graceful women, but that seems to be frowned upon by some social interest groups these days.
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- James Tiberius Kirk

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Re: What are your most controversial/extreme views?

Postby kgcayenne » Oct 15th, 2019, 12:55 pm

What if boys actually do learn to be strong, but times have changed to where the pay is not reflective of the damage to body & spirit of hard labour. Now, by having access to better education choose not to be strong in the same way their grandfathers and great great grandfathers were.

Girls can still learn to be graceful, but perhaps many choose not to draw upon and cultivate it fully because, well, being capable and resourceful means that sometimes they have to be a [email protected]# or get walked-on and passed-over. Alternately, Many women can look after themselves and don’t need a ‘man of the house’ to get ‘stuff’ done. They are simply autonomous humans.

Does that bother anyone? I should hope not. Although, I can see how it would bother domestically incompetent individuals who resent not having what they want. Hire a maid. Learn to cook.
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Re: What are your most controversial/extreme views?

Postby SaxonAD » Oct 15th, 2019, 2:52 pm

The best societies are ones with traditional gender roles. Where men and women are not equal, but are equally important, with equally important yet different roles. A society where one is not looked down on or walked over because of their gender. Men aren't women and women aren't men. I don't know why people have such a hard time with this.

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Re: What are your most controversial/extreme views?

Postby Gilchy » Oct 15th, 2019, 2:56 pm

Where is this mythical best society, where women are not equal, but "equally important"? How does socially imposed gender roles improve a society, or make it better?
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Re: What are your most controversial/extreme views?

Postby SaxonAD » Oct 15th, 2019, 4:34 pm

Gilchy wrote:Where is this mythical best society, where women are not equal, but "equally important"? How does socially imposed gender roles improve a society, or make it better?

Early 1900s western cultures.
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Re: What are your most controversial/extreme views?

Postby Ka-El » Oct 15th, 2019, 4:37 pm

SaxonAD wrote: Early 1900s western cultures.

Ah yes, the old west - where boys were boys and the sheep hid behind the barn.
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Re: What are your most controversial/extreme views?

Postby Gilchy » Oct 15th, 2019, 5:15 pm

Leaned into the “mythical”, I see. That wonderful time in the early 1900s when women couldn’t vote, segregation and lynchings were going strong.

People must have been happier in historical gender roles. I mean, it is not like the progressive and suffragette movements were a thing.
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Re: What are your most controversial/extreme views?

Postby Queen K » Oct 15th, 2019, 9:37 pm

They were a thing. So something must have been wrong in SaxonAD's mythical Eden. What could it have been? The women were chattel thing or the children went to work by age 7, or was that 6, if they were below a certain economic strata?
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Re: What are your most controversial/extreme views?

Postby JLives » Oct 15th, 2019, 9:39 pm

SaxonAD wrote:The best societies FOR MEN are ones with traditional gender roles. Where men and women are not equal, but are equally important, with equally important yet different roles. A society where one is not looked down on or walked over because of their gender. Men aren't women and women aren't men. I don't know why people have such a hard time with this.


Fixed it for you. :up:
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