So, it’s another election year and the Republican men just can’t stop talking about rape, once again. You’d think they might have learned some lessons from last election when women trounced these perverts at the polls. But, no. They never learn. They are unteachable.
There is a natural order to the universe, to nature herself. When it is subverted, as it has been by men, chaos results. There is injustice, war, and destruction of all kinds, including environmental, of course, but, also, intellectual and spiritual destruction. Everything we are seeing now is occurring because men have usurped the rightful powers of their true Creator who is Woman.
They have supplanted the true Creator with a fictional character – one they can control, entirely – a perverted, male sky god fashioned in their own violent, misogynist image. And, this god hates women having any kind of freedom or rights or autonomy from the filthy males who can’t stop sticking their dicks in places they don’t belong.
Marco Rubio, a Catholic (and we all know their centuries-long inhumanly sadistic record on women’s human rights and additionally their recent record on pedophilia) who is running for U.S. Prez as a Republican, has made the following statement regarding situations in which men rape and impregnate women and girls:
“It’s a terrible situation,” Rubio replied. “I mean, a crisis pregnancy, especially as a result of something as horrifying as that, I’m not telling you it’s easy. I’m not here saying it’s an easy choice. It’s a horrifying thing that you’ve just described.”
“I get it,” he added. “I really do. And that’s why this issue is so difficult. But I believe a human being, an unborn child has a right to live, irrespective of the circumstances of which they were conceived. And I know that the majority of Americans don’t agree with me on that.”
Of course, he does not “get it,” at all. He is a man and, as such, a member of the class who rapes women and girls and, therefore, he could not even begin to imagine what rape is like or what horrors follow after it or how women and girls’ lives are forever changed by it in unspeakable ways – literally unspeakable because there are no words in our language to describe it.
He goes on to talk about legislation on this topic, which should not even exist. Women and girls’ bodies, whether our uteri, or any other part of our bodies, should never be subject to legislation by anyone, least of all MEN!
What these clueless men never seem to grasp about this subject is that it is one that should never even be discussed by men. There is no way for a man to talk about it without looking like the dirty, filthy, perverted, patriarchal asshole he is. This is because it is men who rape women and girls. They have no moral authority, whatsoever. They have no natural authority over women. And, pretending that they do have any authority over women and our bodies – and the bodies of little girls who are the victims of rape – is, itself, a perversion.
Besides the fact that men have no natural authority over women, there is a problem with them lacking any understanding of the process of human life coming into this world – and not just the health implications for women, but they do not understand the spiritual or any other implications of this and yet they wish to play GOD. They want to be the CREATOR. They are forever trying to create artificial life (making or pretending to make golems, sexbots, mechanical slaves, and cloning sheep) because they can do nothing else.
It is Woman and Woman alone who has this power, which makes men the true blasphemers, the only true sinners against their Creator. They are evil to the core and must be brought back to their proper place in the natural order of things, which is on their knees at the feet of their Creators if there is ever to be any peace or any chance for humanity.
Rubio, other men and Christianized-women like them, want to further punish women and girls who are victims of rape and those who cannot cope, financially, psychologically or in other ways with rearing a child: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2015/06/11/florida-adoption-bill_n_7565046.html