Assaulting Women

If it were up to male voters, the Democratic Party would have been gone decades ago.

I know a lot of women in Colorado who are convinced the world is falling apart and faces imminent doom. When I ask them what they see going on around them which has led them to that conclusion, they invariably start talking about things which happened far away and have no bearing on their lives.

“Trump grabs pussy”
“School shootings”
“Hot weather in India”
“Locking children in cages”
etc …

All of these women I know live very safe, comfortable lives, but they are being brainwashed by mass and social media to believe they are in the midst of chaos and danger. I’m quite certain women are being targeted to be frightened into voting for Democrats.

These women are being assaulted by the Democratic Party and the press, who are stealing their mental health. My neighbor in Boulder says she can’t sleep at night because of all the bad things going on. She lives in an idyllic spot with almost no crime and beautiful weather, and lives in terror which exists entirely inside her own imagination.

Republicans aren’t assaulting women, but CNN, MSNBC, New York Times, NPR, the DNC, and and many other left-wing propagandists are.

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46 Responses to Assaulting Women

  1. Charles Straw says:

    The wiser poets, artists, musicians, sages, futurists of our immediate past all foresaw a future where all people would be tuned into and hooked up to some global, benevolent information system. In a way, we all have been hooked up, but the poets and sages of the past left something out of their fortune tellings. The poets and sages all thought we’d get hooked for free. But they forgot that even global informational nirvana has a price

    When folks say that we’re controlled by TV, satellite radio or the Internet, they’ve forgotten that we bought into it…we subscribe, we buy Wi-Fi, we freely choose to buy iPhones or to watch CNN or other TV news outlets

    Women, men…we’re all stuck inside our own experiment. It’s no wonder that people become paranoid…we purchase the TV and the Sirius radio that pumps CNN or New York Times podcasts into our brains…television news especially encourages self-doubt and paranoia as it relates to the world…

    For women, for everybody…the only immediate solution seems to be to slowly cut the negative input, go outside and visit a beach, an ocean, a mountain…not in a Democratic post-hippie Occupy sense…but in the sense that felt Nature is a healthier thing than watching Don Lemon whine about Confederate statues

    Also, the TWO WEEK EXPERIMENT is a nice thing to try…completely cut out all news for two weeks. See how it feels.

  2. AndyDC says:

    The Democrats would have your believe that anyone that is not a straight, white male is a victim that deserves special treatment. Going through life obsessing about your alleged victimhood is obviously not so great for your mental health. But that is what the Democrats pray on.

  3. RAH says:

    Nothing good can happen when Cable “News” replaces the soap operas.

  4. Robertv says:

    The past was brutal for women (and men). The ‘fossil’ fuel/capitalist era is what liberated women (and men).

  5. Hivemind says:

    Not only in America. The disease has spread to all of Australia, too.

  6. Griff says:

    Hmm… and nobody is reacting because they’ve been told illegal immigrants are going to commit murder in their communities.

    Is that the democrats campaigning around that, y’all?

    and I don’t ever see headlines like ‘4 shot dead at one year olds birthday party’ in the UK

    • tonyheller says:

      I attended a Trump rally in Golden, Colorado shortly before the 2016 election. About two thirds of the people there were women, who were happy, smiling, well adjusted and quite excited about Donald Trump.

      A few months later I attended the Women’s March on DC, which was an angry, violent, psychotic mob of left wing women. I was wearing a red hat and was verbally assaulted many times. I am quite certain I would have been physically assaulted if not for the large police and military presence there for the inauguration.

      There is no comparison between the two.

      • Anon says:

        Griff’s paradise:

        Armed police and bollards at UK Christmas markets to counter terror threat

        Armed police walk among shoppers in Edinburgh Christmas market as Britain’s terror alert remains at…

      • Robertv says:

        “Applause & bashing on Twitter after transgender woman wins female cycling world championship.”

        Women have a reason to be depressed now.

        • Anon says:

          That is what I was pointing out below: Remove troops from the border and then you have to put them in the Christmas Market.

          Here is another:

          Harvard sued for alleged discrimination against Asian American applicants

          The same goes with CAGW: We need to transition from Coal to LNG, which requires: Pipelines & opening the pristine Arctic to LNG Tankers. (and then rabid protests ensue from their own environmental policies. (lol)).

          To short-cut the process, one learns after awhile, that any change you make will have unforeseen consequences that you will then need to ameliorate, and on and on. It is just the Socratic Method in real life: where each question you answer generates one or more questions afterward. You will never arrive at the final answer.

          The Progressive Mind doesn’t think about any of this and so they proceed blindly and reactively down the road of unforeseen eventualities and self-inflicted consequences, taking us all with them. :(

      • Phil. says:

        There is no comparison between the two.

        Indeed there isn’t! Had you gone to the Trump rally wearing a ‘Hilary’ shirt or a ‘Black Lives Matter’ shirt you would not have had the same ‘happy, smiling’ reaction, in fact you would have probably been thrown out.
        Regarding your puzzlement about why women are scared, note that the first item in your list is “Trump grabs pussy”, well perhaps if you realized that 1 in 6 American women have been sexually assaulted, usually near their home, you’d understand why a president who boasts about doing so makes them uncomfortable. The second item is “School shootings” which can happen anywhere, even in Colorado, I believe there have been 4 there, notably Columbine.

        • Gator says:

          Phil believes whatever supports his world view…

          Both critics and supporters of the CDC’s methodology note the striking disparity between CDC figures and the Justice Department’s crime statistics based on the National Crime Victimization Survey (which includes crimes unreported to the police). While the CDC estimates that nearly 2 million adult American women were raped in 2011 and nearly 6.7 million suffered some other form of sexual violence, the NCVS estimate for that year was 238,000 rapes and sexual assaults.

          New Republic reporter Claire Groden points out that while the NCVS focuses on criminal acts, the CDC’s National Intimate Partner and Sexual Violence Survey asks about instances of forced sex which respondents may or may not regard as crimes. Yet it is worth noting that in the early 1990s, the NCVS was redesigned to elicit more reports of sexual and domestic violence that may not fit the conventional mold of criminal attacks. In addition to being asked directly about rape, attempted rape or sexual assault, respondents now get a follow-up question about “forced or unwanted sexual acts” committed by a stranger, a casual acquaintance, or someone they know well…

          We must either start treating sexual assault as a gender-neutral issue or stop using the CDC’s inflated statistics. Few would deny that sex crimes in America are a real, serious, and tragic problem. But studies of sexual violence should use accurate and clear definitions of rape and sexual assault, rather than lump these criminal acts together with a wide range of unsavory but non-criminal scenarios of men—and women—behaving badly.

          You are welcome Phil, this education was free.

        • Phil. says:

          Gator as usual makes assumptions that support his worldview. The data I used was from the NCVS, the lower of the two he refers to.

          • Gator says:

            1 in 6 is not realistic Phil, just as the article to which I linked states.

            Get used to losing arguments Phil, it is the only talent you have.

          • Gator says:

            Yet it is worth noting that in the early 1990s, the NCVS was redesigned to elicit more reports of sexual and domestic violence that may not fit the conventional mold of criminal attacks. In addition to being asked directly about rape, attempted rape or sexual assault, respondents now get a follow-up question about “forced or unwanted sexual acts” committed by a stranger, a casual acquaintance, or someone they know well.


            Yep, right there in the link I provided. Once again we see that Phil ignores anything that contradicts his world view.

            Phil, please stop exposing yourself, or you may end up a NCVS stat.

          • Phil. says:

            Actually the link you gave says nothing about the unreliability of the NCVS data. I don’t attempt to have an argument with you because you’re incapable of sticking to the point. I merely rebut the nonsense that you post.
            Even if the number were as high as 1 in 10 that still means that most women know someone who has been sexually assaulted and that’s enough to cause them some fear, something that Tony doesn’t understand.

          • Gator says:

            God Phil, you are such an idiot.

            From the link I provided…

            Yet it is worth noting that in the early 1990s, the NCVS was redesigned to elicit more reports of sexual and domestic violence that may not fit the conventional mold of criminal attacks.

            The CDC reported 1 in 5, and NCVS reported 1 in 6. Both are exaggerated, as the article to which I linked states.

            Great job at losing another argument Phil! LOL

    • Gator says:

      Ms Griff, the shooters at toddler birthday parties are democrats.

    • Anon says:

      Europe is an interesting case. A few decades ago, when I traveled to Europe, I might run into a few soldiers or heavily armed police (gendarmes) at the border. Now, when you go there, there are heavily armed soldiers all over the trains, Champs-Élysées and whatever Christmas Market you happen to visit.

      Paris puts finishing touches on Eiffel Tower anti-terror walls

      Interesting how the French government is building a WALL around an architectural structure.

      This is deep psychology here: Some how the left is emotionally triggered by having a few soldiers at the border, but not by having having hundreds of soldiers and anti-terrorist barriers at the center of their cities.

      • Phil. says:

        This is deep psychology here: Some how the left is emotionally triggered by having a few soldiers at the border, but not by having having hundreds of soldiers and anti-terrorist barriers at the center of their cities.
        You mean like the one around Capitol Hill (5.5 miles long) and the ‘no go’ sidewalk with barriers by the White House?

        • Colorado Wellington says:

          Phil missed the point. Again.

        • Gator says:

          Phil, we are discussing Christmas markets and the like, not the place where the leader of the free world resides or where our leadership meets regularly. I know it is hard for you leftists to discern distinctions between very different situations that most others find to be glaringly obvious.

          • Anon says:

            A lot of people thought, when Trump said this (in the middle of a debate televised to 83 million Americans): “Russia, if you’re listening, I hope you’re able to find the 30,000 emails that are missing,” that is was a secret communiqué to the Kremlin.



          • Phil. says:

            Yes, it’s news-worthy in the UK to have armed police patrolling the streets (not soldiers). That’s hardly the case in the US.
            NYC has barriers up to prevent terror vehicular attacks like the one that occurred there a year ago.
            Notice the security for a similar event to the markets, New Year’s eve at Times Square.

          • Anon says:

            Autism spectrum, also known as autism spectrum disorder (ASD), is a range of neurodevelopmental disorders that includes autism and related conditions. Individuals diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder present with two types of symptoms: problems in social communication and social interaction, and restricted, repetitive patterns of behavior, interests or activities.

          • Gator says:

            Phil, where did the deadliest terrorist attacking in history occur?

          • Phil. says:

            Sorry to hear about your problem Anon.

          • Anon says:

            Psychological projection is a theory in psychology in which the human ego defends itself against unconscious impulses or qualities by denying their existence in themselves while attributing them to others.

          • Colorado Wellington says:


            I can tell you come here to say things that make you feel better but can you explain what’s the point you are trying to argue?

            Does it not bother you that you are incoherent?

          • Phil. says:

            I can tell you come here to say things that make you feel better but can you explain what’s the point you are trying to argue?

            I would have thought it was fairly obvious. Anon posted about there being armed police on the street in the UK and suggested this was somehow due to lack of border security. Of course this is the normal situation in the US and has been for many years, whereas it’s the exception in the UK. The UK border is probably better controlled than the the US border being an island. Of course Anon somehow managed to morph the armed policemen in Birmingham into ‘hundreds of soldiers’. Pointing this out somehow makes me a ‘leftist’.

            Does it not bother you that you are incoherent?

            I think you’ve mistaken me for Anon, he’s been all over the map in this thread: Armed police patrolling events in the UK, the Harvard admissions law suit(!), walls in Paris, Trump’s speech about Clinton’s emails, and autism. In a thread about ‘Assaulting Women’.

          • Colorado Wellington says:

            You have a high tolerance to self-delusion.

    • Thomas Englert says:

      Knife, machete, and acid attacks are favored in UK. Or pushing oldsters onto RR tracks.

  7. Anon says:

    It is a very odd disease when you observe it firsthand.

    I remember one of my Democrat friends telling me in 2016 that it did not matter what was in Wikileaks and that we needed to vote for Hillary regardless. The reason was that Trump was going to annihilate the planet with nuclear war. (I am not exaggerating, that was the motivation for he and his whole family to vote Democratic.) I am not even sure if I should bring that up when 2020 rolls around???

    The other interesting phenomenon I have noticed, is that when try to dissuade some people that CAGW is not happening they seem to be psychologically wed to the idea that it is: like they are rooting for it in some twisted psychological way. It is almost like if we were told that Earth was on an imminent collision course with an asteroid and then we are told that the Earth will avoid collision… somehow that would not be seen as good news to these folks. So they are obviously getting some deep psychological benefit from the belief.

    I don’t know if it has anything to do with this?

    Jordan Peterson on Nihilism and its Opposite (~2mins)

    • Aposticon says:

      Yes Jordan Peterson can at least knock some sense into men.
      I take a strange pleasure in the thought of other celestial and geological events putting CO2 into perspective, relative risk? My real horror is a Carrington event. I love watching the tectonic plates burp in their big circle.
      As a woman it mortifies me how “weak minded” the Democratic women seem to be. They are like schools of fish, fleeing one imaginary horror after another, with no knowledge of history and the truth that life in this world is a vicious competition, barely disguised. Chicken Little gets eaten by the fox, you know?

  8. Larry Geiger says:

    Mama ain’t happy, ain’t nobody happy…

  9. Jeff Jones says:

    Whew Tony, you are in trouble now!! Sorta like me; I contend the country went to pot the moment women got the vote.

  10. Jeff Jones says:

    Saw CNN on a TV while I was working out at the gym this morning. Not to worry, FOX news is on another screen. Had to laugh, feature stores were; 1) panel of ‘independent voters’, 5 of which had voted for Trump in ’16, all of which are in mortal fear that Trump won’t be thrown out of office before 2019; 2) a long investigation of what Trump meant by telling Leslie Stall, ‘I’m not a baby’ in the 60 Minutes assault, 3) announcing tomorrow’s panel of Republicans who switched to Dem party because of Trump, 4) long investigation of how Trump is making America into North Korea by getting cozy with Kim. There were several other such fake news stories but a human can take only so much evil and stay sane.

    • Colorado Wellington says:

      I know what you mean. Several “progressives” of my acquaintance like to keep me informed about the pathetic bullshit they watch on CNN and MSNBC.

    • Snowleopard says:

      CNN and MSNBC make Pravda look like real news. Even the worst of the Soviet era crap contained more truth than our propaganda press.

  11. J. Stuart Mill says:

    Incentives matter.

    In “social democracies” (especially with “free” healthcare) … WOMEN AS A WHOLE PAY NO TAXES. That’s what the data says, for New Zealand.

    Of course, some women pay net taxes over their lifetime, others “take” out from government in aggregate over their lifetime (pay net negative taxes). But lumped together as a whole, only men pay taxes, women do not….

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