Can anyone name a female politician who has actually accomplished anything of worth for traditionalists in the last 50 years?
Asking for a friend.
It’s 2018, the so-called “Year of the Woman,” and while the Left is pushing their vagina privilege with reckless abandon, the faux Right is trying to keep pace by dumping feminists onto their voter base with impunity.
The question any half-witted conservative/traditionalist should ask himself before pulling a lever this November is, are these women part of the solution or just more of the problem?
Even if we exclude the non-white “conservative” female pols that the GOP has forced on us, such as Condoleeza Rice and Nimrata Randhawa (aka Nikki Haley), they’ve convinced us over the past half-century to gush over white “conservative” female politicians such as Elizabeth Dole, Sarah Palin, Michele Bachmann, Carly Fiorina, Liz Cheney, and Pam Bondi.
I have previously written about the influx of pretty blonde conservatives into American politics that picked up speed in the early 2000s during the George W. Bush administration and the early years of Fox News. Today, any media outlet that is slightly to the right of center has more than its share of pretty “conservative” faces telling their mostly-male audiences what to believe and how to live.
The Alt Right/Alt Lite has had its own slate of female media celebrities since 2015. Now one of them, Faith Goldy, is running for mayor of Toronto.
Women like Goldy, Lauren Southern and others are little more than fame-hungry opportunists who saw a growing niche market with the alt-light, alt-right and pro-Trump movements. They’re simply capitalizing on these sentiments in order to make money and get men to gawk at them on YouTube. That’s just what women do, always on the hunt for opportunities to increase their profile and status. And stupid men give it to them. Why do we need bimbo broads like these to become leading voices for nationalism when all they do is sell us half-truths and dumb cuckservative talking points that half-witted male alt-lighters like Cernovich, Yiannopoulos and Watson have been expressing more intelligently?
If we look at female candidates like Goldy and ask, “Will she support those policies I believe in, more than the other candidates?” we might well find ourselves answering in the affirmative. If it’s a simple lesser of two evils choice, sometimes the “conservative” female is less evil.
However, if the question is, “Is this female candidate part of the solution or just more of the problem?” then the answer is simple.
In a sane world there would be no need for these ladies to take up the political battle ax. In a sane world, there would be plenty of men to do the job and those ladies would be willing to let the men do it.
In our world, the presence of these women in leadership positions may be partly due to the absence of men willing to step up and lead. However, I place greater blame on the ideological force of egalitarianism vis-à-vis feminism for keeping those men in their homes and pushing those women out of their homes.
It’s not as if for centuries there were chronic shortages of men to do the work of governance. That is, not until feminism convinced women to shove their way into governance, and shamed men into giving up their positions of governance. That includes more than serving in elected offices. The basic tool of civic governance is the right to vote. By giving women the vote, men abdicated half their power to govern their society. Eve had suddenly become independent of, and equal to, Adam. Goodbye traditional America, hello clown world.
Today men on the Left believe it is morally virtuous to elect women instead of men. Men on the faux Right are just a few years away from adopting that same moral view, just as they adopted the once-radical Leftist notion that electing non-whites instead of whites is the morally virtuous thing to do. See the presidential candidacies of Alan Keyes and Ben Carson for reference.
The solution is not to elect “conservative” women or non-whites. The solution is for white men to lead in every part of our society. And where right-minded white men are lacking, you dear reader, can be the solution. Remember Gideon.
The best politically-active women have been those who championed traditional gender roles and nationalism, such as Phyllis Schlafly and Ann Coulter. But even they have not been the shining lights of our people. They themselves would tell you that white men have fulfilled that role.
So this November, electing the “conservative” white female candidate is not the answer. The answer might take a little longer to see in positions of leadership, but the answer is obvious. And it wears pants.