Saturday, October 8, 2016

The Revenge of the Women

If they are willing, and I think revenge is an ample motivation to overcome emotional doubts, I think Trump might do well to bring out Kathleen Willey and Juanita Broaddrick and Gennifer Flowers and Paula Jones, and any others who want to step forward.  He can bring forward and give a spotlight to Bill's illegitimate son (no DNA test was ever done: a Bush/Clinton connected publication merely falsely asserted it), who for his part likely detests and loathes his biological father.

Most Americans, and specifically most women, do not know these stories.  They have been buried by the press.  They falsely assume that if something is a big deal, it will be 24/7 news on all the major network.  Indeed, most likely gauge the importance of a story by how ubiquitous it is, which is how the media manages to make mountains out of molehills.  They also make molehills of mountains.

It has been unclear what the effect of bringing Bill and Hillary's many crimes related to women into the light would be, but since Hillary drew first blood, I think it is perfectly reasonable for Trump to go on the attack.

We need to be clear: even though the major issues are immigration, sane foreign policy, sane economic policy, and the integrity of the Constitution (set to be shredded finally under Hillarys' Supreme Court picks, if we fail), the REALITY is that most Americans are fucking imbeciles, and that specifically the college indoctrinated women are an important demographic, and this issue will not die for them unless it is reframed.
The framing needs to be Hillary's own personal war on women, starting with her attacks on a 12 year old rape victim, and continued with her defense of her husband despite knowing who he was and is. (I read even now he has a private suite in his Presidential Library in Little Rock, where he likes to invite pretty interns to drink wine and give him foot massages; presumably he can't get his dick up any more, or he's on hiatus until Hillary gets elected, under pain of getting his balls cut off).\

Here is a definition of enabler, from Wikipedia:
In a negative sense, "enabling" can describe dysfunctional behavior approaches that are intended to help resolve a specific problem but in fact may perpetuate or exacerbate the problem.[1][2] A common theme of enabling in this latter sense is that third parties take responsibility or blame, or make accommodations for a person's harmful conduct (often with the best of intentions, or from fear or insecurity which inhibits action). The practical effect is that the person himself or herself does not have to do so, and is shielded from awareness of the harm it may do, and the need or pressure to change. Enabling in this sense is a major environmental cause of addiction.
We need to be clear that Bill was and is a sexual predator.  By all accounts he is extremely charming, and makes the woman feel like the center of the world.  Bill is clearly a narcissist, clinically.  Here is one description of the Idealization phase of a relationship with a narcissist:

From here: 

During this phase a narcissist is very loving and is on his/ her best behavior. A narcissist can be extremely charming and loving, which often makes a person fall head over heels in love with them or feel they would be crazy to not love them. In the beginning I felt my ex cared for me more than I cared for him but I had never been loved like that in my life and that is very hard to walk away from. I was perfect in his eyes, to quote him, “Don’t ever change, I love you just the way you are.”
Compare that to this account, from here:

“Bill is always flirting with the women at the library. He knows everybody by their first name and is incredibly kind and generous. When he talks to you, it’s like you are the only person in the world. I always called him Mr. President, naturally, but one day he looked at me with this horny look and said, ‘Call me Bill.’ I sort of knew then that I was in.
Here is the problem: Hillary has facilitated Bill's attacks on women by not forcing him to stop.  She has, on the contrary, seemingly been the one to threaten them, to cajole them not to talk.  She has made sure that in all but one or two cases (Paula Jones and Monica Lewinsky, and perhaps Gennifer Flowers) that there were no consequences to Bill of any kind.  This is enabling, and in this particular iteration of it, this has meant that many, many women have been treated like objects by Bill, used, abused, and cast away.

Bill is not different in principle than the 41 year old man who led a gang rape of the 12 year old.  She made excuses for him, too, and got away with it.  One could, in some respects, view this as a template for her whole career, one built on lies, the destruction of enemies, pervasive vindictiveness, and obsessive careerism and ambition.

And I really think as the main architect of the war in Libya, which has destabilized the region, empowered Islamic Fundamentalists, and caused the deaths of thousands, if not tens of thousands, she should be held accountable.  Here is a one summary from a group I would likely not normally agree with:

But it gets worse.

She had a SIGNED DEAL that promised elections, and she nixed it.

If we elect this fucking sociopath, and her narcissistic husband, we deserve all the fucking hell that is coming our way.

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