This juxtaposition works on so many levels. It illustrates hamster logic so well. Inside the female mind, where causality is reversed, this feminist with a buzzcut can’t afford a 20¢ pack of noodles, but she can spend over $100 on some ugly ass boots. (That works out to over 500 packs of noodles she gave up for the ugly ass boots).
It’s like when women say they Don’t Need a Man™ but they do need Beta male tax money forcibly redistributed to them from the men they snub by an increasingly totalitarian government, or they’ll go broke. One study posted the lifetime deficit the average Anglo woman runs up over the course of her life to ring up to the tune of $100,000 to $250,000. Women, on average, spend over 90% more than they earn over the course of their lives.
In fact, women are so bad with money in many cities in America a man only need log on to dating apps to find Empowered™ women now offering sexual favors for cash. This, despite the fact 70% of all government revenue is extracted from men – and the vast majority of it is spent on women and their reckless lives.
Stop the government from robbing men to pay women and watch in awe as wannabe, sexually ambiguous feminazi bullies transform into kind and cuddly ladies within a generation’s time. If you want to know why relations between the sexes are so screwed in Anglo America and other nations which have instituted soft Socialism, it’s because forced wealth transfers have negated Briffault’s Law:
The female, not the male, determines all the conditions of the animal family. Where the female can derive no benefit from association with the male, no such association takes place.
Without Big Daddy Government paying for their temper tantrum-laced insanity, women will have to return to deriving benefit from the male rather than the state.
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