In a very approving and admiring way when I see these two charming, feminine and beautiful warriors. Yes, both Brittany and Nicole are just plain gorgeous young women, with Brittany now pregnant, but what a fighting spirit and brains these two have. Here, they speak about feminization of the modern Western man and this is the topic I am on record for years.
“The society that separates its scholars from its warriors will have its thinking done by cowards and its fighting by fools.”
Not that we should romanticize Quinn’s Washington. The old set could be petty, snobbish, exclusive, catty, and aristocratic. Yet I wonder whether we’re really so much better off now. Has there been some recent smashing policy success I’m not aware of?
Matt Purple needs an update on the matter of "being aristocratic" which never existed and cannot exist inside the Beltway because being aristocratic is not about refined tastes and money, let alone manners. In the countries with Royal and Court tradition (the United States has no such tradition) aristocracy meant primarily a service class and that meant primarily MILITARY service through which titles were obtained. Aristocracy was a euphemism primarily for military service and many princes, counts and dukes (none of who exist in US history) were the ones who were dying for King or Tzar first in case of war. That is what aristocracy means, not some D.C. nouveau riche class pretending to be aristocratic. Roman Senators wore a simple metal bracelet on their wrists as a testimony to their service and to get in Rome, to which tawdry US political class loves to compare itself, far in politics one needed a military background, a service. Ask yourself how many of those Purple describes truly served their country and sacrificed themselves for it. Right. That is why we have today, here in the US, what we have. A dictatorship of gender-confused wussies and illiterate cheap entertainers--a class of people who never risked anything in their lives. The society which completely separated its scholars from its warriors(c). And is trying to pretend to be what it never was and cannot be.
Post a Comment