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Sunday, May 19, 2013

Exposing more feminist myths, "women are better leaders".....

I found a site on facebook, female supremacy, actually they hide their true identity, it should be called radical left wing lesbian female supremacy, not that I want to demean anyone, but to hide their real idealism is not been honest in the first place. Looking at the photo album, it doesn't take a rocket scientist to figure out man hatred is the primary goal....
Patriarchy has a different meaning to many people, I cannot speak for all, I only speak for what I was thought about Patriarchy or Matriarchy for that matter....To us, Native People, this is what it means, Patriarchs and Matriarchs, are not those who suppress anyone as the lowly feminist would want you to believe, they are Elders who pass on the wisdom of their years to the young...and when they twist these "honorable" words for their own battles with their inferiority complex, they "insult" us.

Now that said...
Let's start with female war leader in history...you might find they run parallel to men.

·         In the 9th century BC, according the legendary history of Britain, Queen Gwendolen gathered an army and fought her ex-husband, Locrinus, in a civil war for the throne of Britain. She defeated him and became the monarch
·         In 334 BC, Ada of Caria allied with Alexander the Great and led the siege to reclaim her throne
·         In 131 BC, Cleopatra II of Egypt led a rebellion against Ptolemy VIII Physcon and drove him and Cleopatra III out of Egypt.
·         In 42 BC, Fulvia, wife of Mark Antony, organized an uprising against Augustus
·         In 14, Mother Lü led a peasant rebellion against Wang Mang of the Western Han Dynasty.
·         In 40, the Trưng Sisters successfully rebelled against the Chinese Han-Dynasty rule
·         In 60–61, Boudica, a Celtic chieftain in Britain, led a massive uprising against the occupying Roman forces
·         In 69–70, Veleda of the Germanic Bructeri tribe wielded a great deal of influence in the Batavian rebellion.
·         In 270, Zenobia, Syrian queen of the Palmyrene Empire led a revolt against the Roman Empire.
·         In 378, Queen Mavia led a rebellion against the Roman army.
·         In the late-10th century: Judith rebels against the Axumite Dynasty in Ethiopia.
·         15th century Maire o Ciaragain leads Irish clans in rebellion.[13]
·         In 1429, Joan of Arc led the French army[14] in a revolt[15] against the occupation of the English during the Hundred Years' War.
·         In 1461, Queen Margaret of Anjou recaptured the throne twice in the Second Battle of St Albans and again in the Battle of Tewkesbury in 1471 for the House of Lancaster.[16]
·         In 1539, Gaitana of the Paez led the indigenous people of northern Cauca, Colombia in armed resistance againstcolonization by the Spanish. Her monument sculpted by Rodrigo Arenas stands in Neiva, the capital of Huila inColombia.
·         In 1572, Kenau Simonsdochter Hasselaer (1526-1588/1589), a Dutch widow running her family’s lumber-trading and shipwharf in Haarlem, Holland, since 1962. During the 80-year long national war of liberation of the Netherlands, she took a leading role in the defense of her besieged city in 1572-73. She is said to have fought with lance and sword, and headed a force of 300 women pouring boiling-hot tar over the enemy storming city walls. Sixteen years later, on a journey to buy lumber in Norway, she was killed by pirates.
·         In 1630, Nzinga of Ndongo and Matamba from the Kingdom of Matamba led a series of revolts against the Portuguese. She aligned with the Dutch Republic, forming the first African-European alliance against another European aggressor.[17]
·         In 1720–1739, Granny Nanny, a spiritual leader of the Maroons of Jamaica, leads rebel slaves in First Maroon Waragainst the British.[18]
·         In 1748, Marretje Arents leads the Pachtersoproer.
·         In 1763, Gabriela Silang led a revolution against the Spanish to establish an independent Ilocos, which was started by his husband, Diego Silang in after her husband was assassinated in 1763.
·         In 1778, Baltazara Chuiza leads a rebellion against the Spanish in Ecuador.[19]
·         In 1780, Huillac Ñusca of the Kolla tribe rebels against the Spanish in Chile.
·         In 1781, Manuela Beltrán, a Neogranadine (now Colombia) peasant leads revolt against the Spanish Government and sparks the Revolt of the Comuneros.
·         In 1782, Bartolina Sisa, an Aymara woman who led an indigenous uprising against the Spanish in Bolivia, is captured and executed.
·         On October 25, 1785, Toypurina, a Tongva medicine woman rebels against the Spanish, leading an attack against Mission San Gabriel Arcángel.
·         In 1796-1798, Wang Cong'er is the leader and commander of the White Lotus rebellion in China.
·         In 1799, Bibi Sahib Kaur was a Sikh princess and Prime Minister who led armies into battle against the British
·         In 1803, Lorenza Avemanay leads a revolt against Spanish occupation in Ecuador
·         In 1819 Antonia Santos, a Neogranadine (now Colombia) peasant, galvanized, organized, and led the rebel guerrillas in the Province of Socorro against the invading Spanish troops
·         In 1821, Laskarina Bouboulina, was a Greek naval commander who led her own troops during the Greek War of Independence until the fall of the fort on November 13, 1822. Posthumously, she became an Admiral of the Imperial Russian Navy.
·         In 1824, Kittur Chennamma led an armed rebellion against the British in response to the Doctrine of lapse.
·         In 1831, Countess Emilia Plater creates her own group to fight in the Polish November Uprising. She becomes commanding officer of a company of infantryin the rank of captain.
·         In 1854, during the Crimean War, Kara Fatima led an army of 300 Kurdish cavalrymen in a rebellion against the Ottomans
·         In 1857–1858, Rani Lakshmibai of Jhansi was one of the leaders of the Indian rebellion of 1857. Begum Hazrat Mahal also led a band of her supporters against the British in the revolt.
·         In 1871, Gregoria Apaza, an Aymara woman, leads an uprising against the Spanish in Bolivia.
·         In 1896, Shona spiritual leader Nehanda Nyakasikana rebels against colonization of Zimbabwe
In 1900, Yaa Asantewaa leads the Ashanti in rebellion against the British.
In 1950, Blanca Canales leads the Jayuya Uprising in Puerto Rico against the Federal government of the United States. After leading rebel forces, she was arrested for the murder of a police officer and the wounding of three others.
In 1958, Ani Pachen was a Tibetan Buddhist nun who led a guerrilla rebellion of 600 fighters on horseback againstCommunist Chinese tanks.
In 1986-1987, Alice Auma leads a rebellion against Ugandan government forces.
On January 1, 1994, Comandante Ramona commanded the occupation of the city of San Cristóbal de las Casas Mexico in an uprising of the Zapatista Army of National Liberation.

So!!!! If mothers ruled the world there would be no god damn (pardon my french) wars in the first place...RIGHT? Well, let's look at female leaders who were...mothers. Let's see if they were any different.

There has been women political leaders throughout history. Like their male counterparts, some were good leaders, others weren’t. It’s a myth that women possess an inborn trait that makes them ‘good people’, simply because ‘good’ is a matter of character, not gender.

Irene of Athens (8th century): had her son blinded so she could become empress of the Byzantine empire. 

Isabella I (15th century): expelled all Jews and Muslims from Spain; began the colonization of the New World; initiated the Spanish inquisition, killing thousands through torture and burning at the stake.

Mary I Bloody Mary (16th Century): burned thousands of religious dissenters at the stake; waged war in Ireland and France.

Nzinga Mbandi (17th Century): had her brother killed so she could ascend the throne of Angola.

Catherine the Great (18th Century): engaged expansive military campaigns through central Asia and Eastern Europe; brutally quelled rebellions throughout the Russian empire.

Empress Dowager Cixi (19th Century): killed political rivals; may have killed her own son to ascend the throne; her penchant for fine luxuries almost broke the Chinese state treasury.

Golda Meir the original Iron Lady (20th Century): led Israel in the 1973 war, considered Palestine a British fabrication and famously declared, “There is no such thing as a Palestinian people”.

Indira Gandhi (20th Century): led India in war against Pakistan; waged an internal campaign against Sikh communities in India; imprisoned political foes and censored the press; tested nuclear weapons.

Margaret Thatcher the Iron Lady (20th century):Falklands war; contributed to the Cold War buildup of nuclear weapons in Europe,supported foreign dictators like Augusto Pinochet.

Benazir Bhutto (20th Century): removed twice from office of Pakistani Prime Minister on grounds of corruption; allowed intermediaries to smuggle uranium enrichment data to North Korea;supported the Taliban’s rise in Afghanistan.

Condoleezza Rice (20th Century): as National Security Advisor of the United States she pushed for the 2003 invasion of Iraq (based on its supposed possession of WMDs); authorized the use of illegal torture techniques such as waterboarding of detainees.
Let me say, I am not trying to demean women....
The point here is women are not better leaders than men, or vise versa, because there is no difference between us outside of gender, we are "humans" we think alike and behave the same way, we have the same dreams and aspirations, we evolved side by side, therefore we think alike. It is the ridiculous notion of the radical feminist that we are different, or one is better than the other, this philosophy is meant to keep us divided, they thrive on this to keep their power, not to mention their salaries.
As we see in history, there is not one degree of difference between a man and a woman who are in power, both can be "equally" good or bad.
If we recognize that we think alike, that the divisions are non existent, we could achieve a better life for all, especially the young.
The mangina and the feminist must keep us divided in order to keep the illusion of power, this is nothing new, it's been around since the dawn of civilisation, one tribe against the other. In this case the new tribal differences been gender... They can always find the sub intellectual who will play that game.
What these people with inferiority complexes represent is our faults in not recognizing that together we have achieved so much, but we could do better if only we did not listen or give credence to those who divide us for personal power.
We are all a strand in the web of life, divided the web is weak, together we keep life thriving for a better tomorrow.

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