Excuses Don’t Excuse Part II

So, as I was saying, women would rather not behave as traditionally as they did back in the day – either because they don’t want to or because they think they can’t, probably because of some schedule issue. I will touch on both reasons.

Firstly, concerning the women who don’t want to behave traditionally:

Far too many women who want to try to be “modern” have an incorrect idea of what women did and what life used to be like in the past. They have been lied to and tricked into believing that life used to be horrible for women – that we used to only be objects used for housework, childcare, and tending gardens, that we were not educated or even literate. Then these women trust the people who are telling them these things because of a naturally good nature.

Europeans are just so good that it’s difficult for us to imagine that a person or group of people would lie to us to cause us harm because it isn’t in our nature to do that sort of thing. Even coming from foreigners with different cultural backgrounds we commonly trust them, not thinking that having different backgrounds culturally, nationally, religiously, racially and so on might mean that we would have different needs and desires as a people (for example: we can eat beef in Europe without anyone thinking twice about it, but I believe they have some different rules and guidelines in India where I’ve heard cows are considered to be sacred). But I’m getting distracted again.

So these women are misled into believing into that life used to be so terrible for us. They don’t want to have a terrible life, so some women choose to rebel by choosing the extreme-leftist lifestyle that is promoted today by the same culturally and racially different people who told us life used to be so bad. It’s basically an advertisement for a lifestyle. Other ads convince you that something is wrong, but it can be fixed by buying this or that product. This propaganda advertisement convinces people that the traditional lifestyle – which 99% of people have followed for 99% of the time – is bad or defective in some way and that if they align themselves with the complete opposite of the thing that’s been proven to work, their lives will be better somehow. No one really specifies how, but they like to advertise a fictional Asian paradise as a potential reward.

So they say women were objects and weren’t educated or allowed the same freedom as men to make traditionalism seem undesirable.

They say women couldn’t even vote, but back in the day only married men could vote and the husband’s vote counted for both him and his wife because her opinions and thoughts went into the decision for the both of them, meaning that both the husband and wife were voting.

They say women weren’t educated, but they only think they can get away with saying that because men and women were educated in different ways and on different things. A desirable wife was one who had the intelligence and skill to do things like consistently win arguments or play the most beautiful music in the town on a piano or some other instrument. She was skilled and intelligent in other ways of course, but that’s just a couple of them. In this way her mind was important – not just her appearance. Of course it helped for her to look healthy and fertile, but that wasn’t such a problem back then as good health and fertility occurs naturally with a proper healthy lifestyle in normal humans (fertility was seen as beauty at the time in contrast with the modern belief that anorexia, plastic surgery and makeup make you beautiful).

Furthermore, they say not only that women weren’t actively educated, but that women were prevented from receiving an education. Mothers taught and still teach their children things they will need to know as they grow up. Someone who had been purposely prevented from receiving an education couldn’t possibly educate others like traditional women educated their children, so obviously they weren’t purposely kept “dumbed-down” to make “better wives”. And how, I ask you, would a woman being too stupid to help her husband, house and family make her a “better wife”? It wouldn’t. Plain and simple.

They say women only stayed in the house and took care of the children or the garden, completely overlooking the role women played in the European religion. As evidence that women were productive members of society, I give you this link: http://thuleanperspective.com/2013/02/08/the-apples-of-eternal-youth/ As we can see from this, they had roles in the European religion and society outside of the home, rather than being cooped up inside all day as the propaganda would have you believe. Naturally they did things inside to help the household as well like cooking and cleaning (which I will point out are two things that women and men still have to do), but they did far more than rumors say and were not simply two-dimensional beings.

So, as I said before, these “modern” women have simply been misled with propaganda and false advertising.

Concerning the women who have some schedule issue they believe would prevent them from a more traditional lifestyle (not necessarily very traditional, but close enough for them to believe the change to be noteworthy):

Schedules may or may not be changeable and some things may or may not be able to be dropped or added depending on your exact lifestyle, desired changes, and overall situation. The point is not to replicate as closely as you can the way people used to live, and doing so isn’t even an option for most if not everyone these days. If you have traditional morals and values and live according to them as best you can, that’s great.

If it’s impractical for you to stop using a car and use a more environmentally-friendly bicycle, then you don’t have to sell your car. Although, you can consider carpooling.

If you don’t own a farm big enough to grow and/or raise all the food you need, you don’t have to buy one. You can have a little garden, buy food from local farmers, go to a grocery store or do some combination of these three that works for you.

If you and your husband both have to work to support the household, you don’t have to quit your job and start homeschooling your kids full-time when you can either hire a trustworthy person to do it for you or, if necessary, send them to public school and give them supplementary education at home yourself to make sure they know the things you consider to be important.

You don’t have to do everything traditionally. Just have good traditional morals and live as best you can in accordance with them in an attempt to be a good person with a good life and a good family.

So if your schedule doesn’t allow you to live as traditionally as you want, that’s fine. Just do what you can.

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