ABC ladies’ briefs

 Lonely? Why not convert to Islam? An ABC-approved option:                                                           

I’d been single for a very long time… I let the sister who did my Shahada know I would be interested in looking into an arranged marriage, because I’m tired of being heartbroken and I’d like a husband.”

Zahra is set to marry a Malaysian man she met online but has never physically encountered.

 
On a serious note, the intention here is not to ridicule Zahra. There is nothing to criticise in a young woman’s desire for marriage and there is no doubt Australian culture has become hostile to traditional matrimony and all of the attendant rituals of courtship and familial involvement that used to presage it – even in the West. For the ABC to so uncritically and joyfully affirm her choices, however – when it has played a large cultural role in undermining and mocking Christianity, marriage and gender conventionality – is nauseating.

 Sure, 340,000 have died but those dirty socks won’t pick themselves off the bathroom floor:          

 
Women — again, just like in the global conflicts of our shared generational memory — are doing the bulk of the clean-up at home. And while high hopes were entertained for the crisis to bring new hordes of home-based workers and thus a significant rearrangement of workloads within the home itself, early signs are that the gendered patterns remain all too familiar…

Professor [Lyn] Craig says from a researcher’s point of view, the COVID-19 crisis was a chance to observe how men would behave once they were able to work flexibly or from home, free from the constraints that traditional workplaces may impose on men in caring roles.

“So far, we’re not seeing that if you take away the constraints on men from the workplace that it just suddenly becomes more equal,” she says. “There’s something going on, but it’s not just the structure.”

The “something going on” is that excepting more physical jobs (which are harder work, by the way), home – and the never ending task of keeping it in a state of just-so homeliness – are woman’s domain. This will never change, regardless of how long a lockdown lasts or how angry feminists get about it.

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82 Responses to ABC ladies’ briefs

  1. stackja

    Who does the dishes and chores in the various ABC family households?

  2. mem

    With their ABC salaries they can afford staff. Only plebs clean up after themselves.

  3. stackja

    mem – ABC offer to take a pay cut so others can afford clean help?

  4. Scott Osmond

    When ww3 breaks out and hundreds of thousands of men are dead on various battlefields the headlines will read, “women and minorities hardist hit.” So, the ladies of the ABC would prefer their men bearded, allowed to beat them on a whim, keep them covered and control what they do and say. I have a better idea. Let’s revive the western version of civilisation.

  5. Simple Simon

    “Meteor destroys all human life; women worst affected.”

  6. Zahra is most certainly going to learn what it means to be barefoot and pregnant in the kitchen. I wonder if Their ABC will be reporting on her wonderful new life?

  7. Bad Samaritan

    The Nobel Laureate had this nailed 55 years ago…….Ballad of a Thin Man…..journalists, academics, wankers in general; sword-swallowers of all stripes….

    “Ah, you’ve been with the professors and they’ve all liked your looks
    With great lawyers you have discussed lepers and crooks
    You’ve been through all of F. Scott Fitzgerald’s books
    You’re very well-read, it’s well-known
    But something is happening here and you don’t know what it is
    Do you, Mr. Jones?……

    Well, the sword swallower, he comes up to you and then he kneels
    He crosses himself and then he clicks his high heels
    And without further notice, he asks you how it feels
    And he says, “Here is your throat back, thanks for the loan”
    And you know something is happening but you don’t know what it is
    Do you, Mr. Jones?”

    ’nuff said?

  8. Scott Osmond

    Zahra will be the star of one of those ABC Australian stories where the bloke ran off overseas with the kids. Naturally it will be the government of the day’s fault for not doing enough to help. Doubly so if it’s a LNP government. Nowhere in the story will appear a discussion of her bad life choices. It’s so depressingly predictable. I, being the heartless bastard I am will laugh.

  9. Professor Fred Lenin

    All this business about the Chinese Virus, modern people are so soft , now centuries ago they had Real disease, you wake op in the morning feeling queasy and you are dead by lunchtime . Fantastic diseases from China then , THE Plague ,not just a plague, the BLACK DEATH ,few rosy pustules and you were off to the “Bring out yer dead ” cart,consumption consuming your lungs ,cholera ,smallpox , Real diseases that killed half the population . Get a grip ! its only another flu ,wait till the Wuhan lab releases the next one . you wont be crowing then

  10. Nighthawk the Elder

    I read the ridiculous ABC piece, although I wish I hadn’t.

    Surveyed 2000 for the research. What was the gender split and how many were just unloading on their partner when probably exaggerating the relative hours. And how do those numbers work in a same sex household? Even split? (I doubt it).

    Single mothers most affected. Are these the same single mothers who used every mechanism available in the family law system to ensure fathers had no role to play in the child’s life, with the exception of financial contributor? Don’t whinge he’s not around to be the unpaid baby sitter (deliberate term, because that’s how some actually view their ex) after your efforts to clean him out and then get rid of him.

  11. Surveyed 2000 for the research.

    You can guarantee that the ‘research’ is the same Their ABC research that is done all the time to validate their Leftist views. In any other endeavour (excepting climate change) that research would be laughed at.

  12. H B Bear

    Of course, the Moozleys have an outstanding track record of dealing with women. Shame that ISIS paradise thing didn’t really work out.

  13. Ellie

    I don’t understand why domestic work has increased for women. Replace that duster with a whip and there won’t be any issue. It’s quite simple really.

  14. Scott Osmond

    I was doing something mindless early last week so put on the tv. News 24. Yes I know big mistake. It was a piece on women and girls being hardest hit by the lockdown. Apparently girls don’t handle being alone well and their education was suffering. Even with all the social media and chat applications. What was really entertaining were the assertions of domestic violence and online grooming. The claim was we know it’s happening but women aren’t reporting it. Once again claims without evidence. Every sentence the silly bint used started or ended with “frightening, frightened and or alarming.” I was left wondering where all the strong independent women had gone.

  15. Won’t somebody please think of the wahmens.

  16. Suburban Boy

    Just another argument for why the ABC should not be privatised.

    Instead, it should be shut down, its buildings razed, the earth under them salted, and its employees sold into slavery (which still thrives in some of those Muslim lands it seems so keen on).

  17. Fat Tony

    Islam is right about women

  18. herodotus

    The ABC runs positive spin for muesli marriage despite knowing the culture is in no way in tune with equalidy for wymens.

  19. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha

    The ABC runs positive spin for muesli marriage despite knowing the culture is in no way in tune with equalidy for wymens.

    Happy to be corrected, but, in the event of divorce, doesn’t the husband automatically get custody of any children involved?

  20. calli

    We are halfway there, peoples. Covering one’s face has now become totally acceptable, applauded even.

  21. Diogenes

    Apparently girls don’t handle being alone well and their education was suffering. Even with all the social media and chat applications.

    I would not discount this. I know this is anecdotal, but we have been warned that some of our year 11 & 12 girls have been bursting out crying for no apparent reason when they have been for lessons. Our boys otoh seem to be a bit more rebellious, testing limits more than they were before this crap all started.

  22. Sinclair Davidson

    All competing for the Ernie Awards I see.

  23. Ellie

    Diogenes – I’ve noticed here in the eastern suburbs of Sydney private school boys walking to school laughing and not “social distancing”. A couple of my friends who have daughters attending private schools have commented that their girls have been very emotional since COVID-19 kicked in. Interesting.

  24. Ellie

    Misogyny, Doomlord? Not here. Noooooooo 😁

  25. Sinclair Davidson

    Misogyny, Doomlord? Not here.

    ABC stupidity brings out the best in everyone I suppose.

    Here is the same story being run at The Times in the UK.

    Some of the comments in the thread are very funny. People going at each other hammer and tongs but is that polite English manner.

  26. calli

    Not all.

    Unless it’s a Special Category.

  27. Sinclair Davidson

    Calli – you have been socialised into believing your oppression is normal. You are a victim. Hetero-normative male patriarchy is everywhere. Permeates our society – from Her Majesty the Queen all the way down.

  28. Ellie

    I can’t read that Doomlord. I am not a subscriber.

    I just don’t get why women are doing more work at home. Maybe it’s because they are all Karens and don’t believe their man can do it right. Men under the thumb in isolation. Sad.

  29. Ellie

    Unless said man is wearing a collar and lead he should take control. What man lives in a house where the woman is in control? No one here, I’m sure. My floor needs vacuuming. Get to it!

  30. Sinclair Davidson

    Well I don’t know if “Karen” is the correct term but women do tend to undervalue male household labour. So the Baroness Doom used to feel that I didn’t look after the children as well as I should have. By that she meant I didn’t provide ongoing entertainment and interaction. My view was always that there were 3 children when she went out and there were still 3 children when she returned.

  31. Ellie

    Oh I value male household labour. I sit back and watch and admire. A man who can make a bed, wash the dishes and tend to other chores without being told is a treasure. I think he has been left out of the survey.

  32. duncanm

    Diogenes
    #3462890, posted on May 24, 2020 at 2:44 pm
    I would not discount this. I know this is anecdotal, but we have been warned that some of our year 11 & 12 girls have been bursting out crying for no apparent reason when they have been for lessons.

    and this is new news ?

  33. duncanm

    Women — again, just like in the global conflicts of our shared generational memory — are doing the bulk of the clean-up at home.

    .. and who’s mowing the lawn, fixing the busted-arse washing machine, patching the walls, lopping the trees?

    .. you get the idea

  34. duncanm

    I’m very concerned. Tha ABC sites the workplace equality report: “Gendered Impact of Covid”.

    Only men and women are mentioned. How do the WGEA live with themselves?

  35. thefrollickingmole

    If you choose to shack up with either a wild boor or a bush pig why should I give a flying fornication if you feel they arent doing their share of bum wiping?

    People shouting how “society is to blame” are generally doing so because its easier than facing their own bad decisions.

  36. FelixKruell

    The “something going on” is that excepting more physical jobs (which are harder work, by the way), home – and the never ending task of keeping it in a state of just-so homeliness – is a woman’s domain. This will never change, regardless of how long a lockdown lasts or how angry feminists get about it.

    It’s already changing, to an extent.

    Ultimately the division of labour is for each couple to decide. Not society. And certainly not the ABC.

  37. Diogenes

    and this is new news ?

    Our drama queens appear from mid year 8 , through year 9 and then until the end of first or second term in year 10. By year 11 , they have sorted them selves out. This is something different.

  38. Iampeter

    There is nothing to criticise in a young woman’s desire for marriage.

    But there’s lots to criticize in someone so bereft of any values or interests that “marriage” is elevated to fill that gap for arbitrary reasons.

    and there is no doubt Australian culture has become hostile to traditional matrimony and all of the attendant rituals of courtship and familial involvement that used to presage it – even in the West

    Australian culture isn’t hostile to any of these things.
    What you might argue it’s hostile to is arbitrary reasons for “matrimony and all of the attendant rituals of courtship and familial involvement,” like tradition, instead of because these actions align with your values and rationally thought out plan for your life.

    Lonely? Why not convert to Islam? An ABC-approved option

    But you’d be OK if they were suggesting convert to Christianity?
    What are you fundamentally criticizing in this option from the ABC exactly?

    Ah, show stopping contradictions. Gotta love em!

  39. Squirrel

    The Zahra story has probably got as much to do with the ABC positioning themselves to be the sole surviving public broadcaster when the cuts start, as it has with their massively ironic discomfort with just about everything (aside from themselves) that’s Western and white.

  40. Iampeter

    So the ABC is recommending a religious and traditionalist approach and you’re disagreeing, instead suggesting that we should have a religious and traditionalist approach?

  41. Crossie

    calli
    #3462883, posted on May 24, 2020 at 2:37 pm
    We are halfway there, peoples. Covering one’s face has now become totally acceptable, applauded even.

    Being shut in at home for the lockdown and only allowed out to shop for food is another facet. By the “Third Wave” we will be ready to walk in a protective tent.

  42. C.L.

    But you’d be OK if they were suggesting convert to Christianity?

    Of course I would.

  43. Mark M

    A sad occurence for sure when that person ran his car into hijab world in Sydney but with 14 people injured will their abc be asking what happened to the social distancing in the shop?

  44. Knuckle Dragger

    duncanm;

    ‘and who’s mowing the lawn, fixing the busted-arse washing machine, patching the walls, lopping the trees?’

    Haha. Undervalued indeed. Anecdote o’clock.

    Early-mid twenties, I shared a house with a couple of chicks in Townsville. One was hot, the other one hotter. Both had boyfriends though, so aligned with my stupid values I never had a crack at either despite having my shoulder cried on constantly. What? Oh. Right.

    When we moved in a roster of sorts was made for cleaning the bathroom, cooking, doing the floors etc. I had an equal share of these tasks BUT also got lawns, bins, spider/snake/cane toad/potential intruder killing, doing fluids and filters on cars etc because penis.

    First cooking night for me – assorted random cans opened and into the pot. Mix. Cook. Served with fired egg and grated cheese.

    Unanimously, I was voted off the cooking roster.

  45. mundi

    Remember ABC ran an article calling for police home checks ins on women because calls too domestic violence lines are down – which they attributed to men preventing the women calling now they are home all the time

    Once the studies showed actually violence has dropped, ABC dropped the story and haven’t mentioned it anymore.

  46. Tim Neilson

    So the ABC is recommending a religious and traditionalist approach and you’re disagreeing, instead suggesting that we should have a religious and traditionalist approach?

    How about providing us with a few links to all those “honour killing” cases in Christian families around the world, and all those [email protected] [email protected] gangs of Christians preying on underage Musl!m girls.
    That’s step 1 in the process of justifying your sneer about the possibility of someone evaluating Christianity more positively than !slam.

    Or you could, for once in your life, exercise some self-awareness and realise that your post is just yet another in your long line of brain-damaged zero IQ failures to distinguish between genuine logic and your trademark brand of stupid conceited ignorant reliance on facile absolutist labels as a substitute for thought.

  47. Knuckle Dragger

    ‘Or you could, for once in your life, exercise some self-awareness and realise that your post is just yet another in your long line of brain-damaged zero IQ failures to distinguish between genuine logic and your trademark brand of stupid conceited ignorant reliance on facile absolutist labels as a substitute for thought.’

    KaBAM.

    Bravo, sir.

  48. jupes

    As usual though, men are doing the bulk of the dying.

  49. jupes

    But you’d be OK if they were suggesting convert to Christianity?

    Yeah because Christianity and Isl*m are morally equivalent.

    You idiot.

  50. Gyro Cadiz

    “Is that actually true? Or did you see it on the ABC?”

  51. Well now. That sheila who is going into an arranged marriage with a Muesli Man knows full well that the relationship will not be equal and she will be subservient. Yet she prefers that to being alone.

    Here we have the quandry of many a progressive woman who hates the “patriarchy”. Her primordial needs and desires for a strong man conflicts heavily with her progressive view that men and women should be equal in all aspects.
    Those desires lead her to hate herself, and her progressive views lead her to hate all men. (see any pink haired frightbat for reference)

    As for sharing housework. It’s good if a man does the odd dishes and ironing etc, especially if the little woman has had a hard day, but the wives of men who regularly put on an apron and do housework as if that’s what men do, are the women who end up being banged hard by a rough looking man in a toilet cubicle.

    Harsh I know, but true.

  52. stackja

    In the late 1940s I saw little of dad he left for work early, got home late, mum looked after the house, no modern conveniences, they came in the middle 1950s.

  53. Frank

    and the never ending task of keeping it in a state of just-so homeliness – are woman’s domain

    Bless. That’s such a polite way of saying it.

  54. LBLoveday

    I get up around 4am each day to earn money, My wife gets up at 7 or 8 and she does all the house work, except those few that require my far greater muscles.

    At around 3 we go to a pub/restaurant and eat/drink (she’s a teetotaler, but they serve fruit juice). At 6 or 7 we go home, I pass out and she watches TV.

    Works just fine for us.

  55. Sinclair Davidson
    #3462934, posted on May 24, 2020 at 3:24 pm
    Well I don’t know if “Karen” is the correct term but women do tend to undervalue male household labour. So the Baroness Doom used to feel that I didn’t look after the children as well as I should have. By that she meant I didn’t provide ongoing entertainment and interaction. My view was always that there were 3 children when she went out and there were still 3 children when she returned.

    Do you eat over the sink to save on washing up?

  56. Kneel

    “…also got lawns, bins, spider/snake/cane toad/potential intruder killing, doing fluids and filters on cars etc because penis.”

    Yeah, funny how that works, innit? Once shacked up and got told “You can’t say ‘I’m not doing that, it’s womens work'”, only to be told in the same conversation that “You’re taking the bins out – I refuse to, it’s a man’s job.”
    It’s amusing to recall, not so amusing argument at the time. IIRC, I hit my head against the wall for the traditional reason – besides which, I wanted a root….

  57. Tim Neilson

    “…also got lawns, bins, spider/snake/cane toad/potential intruder killing, doing fluids and filters on cars etc because penis.”

    A mate of mine said that whenever his sisters’ “women can do anything men can” routine got too much for his father, his father would say “time to shift the bull to the [X] paddock; which one of you’s coming to help?” Somehow it was always my mate.

  58. Knuckle Dragger

    I think that what a lot of people have failed to realise to date, in relation to the concept of chicks being subjugated inside and having to do housework all day is this:

    Women create 95% of all housework. Not doing it, creating situations where shit needs to be cleaned.

    Eat a meal with a chick? All of a sudden it’s cutlery this, and plates that. I do not need to ask if anyone’s ever seen the bathroom of a house inhabited by a female. Invariably, they look like the Reichstag after the Russians were through with it in 1945.

    And there is nothing – nothing any man can do to a dunny, reverse kanga included that can compare with what a woman can inflict on the Caroma.

    it’s the biggest scam since Eve.

  59. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha

    I do not need to ask if anyone’s ever seen the bathroom of a house inhabited by a female.

    Back in the day, the joke was that the bathroom, in a single girls flat, always looked as though a bomb had gone off in it, and you never saw a decent, well stocked drinks cabinet.

  60. Mick Gold Coast QLD

    I have enjoyed this – some dopey sheila has come up with something stupid, which is unsurprising, and confirms that they are really not that bright when they try and have a more formalised and sophisticated whinge.

    I didn’t bother paying much attention to what she is whingeing about, which is the default position for many blokes – why would a man waste his time? Anyhow, a lot of fellas here have had a jolly good time mocking the air-headed dills involved, having a good laugh, doing nothing about it and getting on with life, unperturbed.

    You’d reckon they would get the message eventually but they don’t.

  61. Sydney Boy

    Workplace fatalities in Australia in 2018: 144. Males 136 (94%). Females 8 (6%).

    The “something going on” is that excepting more physical jobs (which are harder and more dangerous work, by the way)

  62. Googoomuck

    I met quite a few Indians who were in arranged marriages. The parents created a shortlist of potential spouses for their respective children, so there was some choice. One tacit result is maintaining the class structure, which of course was abolished decades ago, cough, cough. Despite that, I can see some benefits in the involvement of wiser heads in making a match.

    Regarding women and housework, most women I’ve met are devotees of the “floordrobe” and only tidy or clean when visitors are coming. Even then, it’s only making sure the dunny is clean and everything is shoved in a cupboard. Complaining about their share of housework is just a sexist stereotype they use to bond with each other.

  63. Iampeter

    Of course I would.

    Yea I think I did a better job of capturing the fundamental contradiction of what you’re trying to say in post #3462998.

    How about providing us with a few links to all those “honour killing” cases in Christian families around the world, and all those [email protected] [email protected] gangs of Christians preying on underage Musl!m girls.

    Well, most of Christian history is slaughter that is far worse than mere honor killings. The only reason it’s not happening today is because Christians don’t understand or take their religion seriously.

    As to pedophilia, the Christian community is appalling even in modern times. Also, most of the Christian perpetrators have gotten away with it, being actively protected by their communities and churches, unlike the grooming gangs in Britain, which are slowly but surely all getting serious jail time.
    The fact that you even tried this response demonstrates how appallingly dishonest you are.
    Neither CL nor you have any grounds to criticize Muslims about anything.
    As with all issues your positions are self contradictory non-starters.

    Or you could, for once in your life, exercise some self-awareness and realise that your post is just yet another in your long line of brain-damaged zero IQ failures to distinguish between genuine logic and your trademark brand of stupid conceited ignorant reliance on facile absolutist labels as a substitute for thought.

    Oh LOL.

  64. Alex

    Well Tim rather than weeping about the following why don’t you educate us by providing this data, do a little work and show us.

    “How about providing us with a few links to all those “honour killing” cases in Christian families around the world, and all those [email protected] [email protected] gangs of Christians preying on underage Musl!m girls.
    That’s step 1 in the process of justifying your sneer about the possibility of someone evaluating Christianity more positively than !slam.”

  65. Alain

    Enlighten me IAMPETER which doctrine in the Christian faith (let’s be honest you mean catholic) encourages Pedophilia and the killing of innocents? Are there Catholic, Anglican, Methodist, Bapstist or Presbyterian Priests or Ministers that call for unbelievers to be killed? Did their Saviour Jesus of Nazereth kill anyone or lead raids on cities looting and killing innocents?
    Did Jesus Marry a 6 year old?
    I’m note aware of any doctrine issued by the catholic church or any church be it orthodox, coptic, anglican, eastern that states it’s okay to have sex with minors

  66. Lee

    Well, most of Christian history is slaughter that is far worse than mere honor killings. The only reason it’s not happening today is because Christians don’t understand or take their religion seriously.

    So Christians can’t win either way, troll?

  67. Tim Neilson

    Iampeter
    #3463319, posted on May 25, 2020 at 9:09 am

    Poor old Iamashiteater, unable to understand the simplest proposition without it being spelled out in detail.
    Musl!ms commit “honour killings” because the Hadiths mandate the death penalty for various sex practices and Sharia Law amplifies that.
    Musl!m [email protected] gangs exist because m0hammed authorised musl!ms to behave that way towards non-musl!m women.
    Christianity contains no such authorisations.

    Well, most of Christian history is slaughter that is far worse than mere honor killings. The only reason it’s not happening today is because Christians don’t understand or take their religion seriously.

    Come on then. “Chapter and verse” as they say. Tell me where in the Bible Christians are authorised to kill people.

  68. Tim Neilson

    PS Iamashiteater,
    You say “Christians don’t understand or take their religion seriously”.
    Perhaps you can set out in detail some of the misunderstandings, and reveal how you came to acquire the correct understanding?
    Or spell out the specific doctrines which Christians don’t take seriously and reveal how you came to be aware of the correct doctrines?

  69. The ABC runs positive spin for muesli marriage despite knowing the culture is in no way in tune with equalidy for wymens.

    Happy to be corrected, but, in the event of divorce, doesn’t the husband automatically get custody of any children involved?

    @Zulu it depends on the age of the kids. Up until around 5-7 they can stay with the mother.

  70. notafan

    Most of ‘Christian History’

    Details?

  71. Iampeter

    Enlighten me IAMPETER which doctrine in the Christian faith (let’s be honest you mean catholic) encourages Pedophilia and the killing of innocents?

    You’re missing the point. Religious belief itself is the problem. It doesn’t matter what sect, or gibberish doctrine you accept, it’s all nonsense because it’s based on irrational ideas to begin with.
    To the extent you take mysticism seriously is the extent to which you reject reason and inevitably it will get to a point where you start becoming a threat to yourself and those around you. Innocents will get slaughtered, children will get abused and the abusers will get protected.

    Luckily for us none of you take this stuff seriously, you lead entirely heretical and secular lives, using your fortune-cookie-level of “religious belief” to virtue signal knowledge about the most important questions when in practice you have simply rejected even thinking about them because you aren’t moral enough to deal with reality.

    So Christians can’t win either way, troll?

    Win what? Christianity is the original mystical, collectivist and mass murdering leftist ideology. It’s the oldest enemy of Western Civilization and belongs on the waste heap of history along with it’s descendant ideologies, like communism and fascism.

  72. Lee

    Yes, communists worldwide murdered, tortured and persecuted millions of Christians because they are “leftists” like themselves!

    Do you seriously believe the sewage you write?

  73. Tim Neilson

    it’s all nonsense because it’s based on irrational ideas to begin with.

    Once again Iamashiteater reveals his near-perfect ignorance of Christianity.

    Come on, explain what “ideas” Christianity is based on and why they’re “irrational”.

    I put it to you that your statement is false – Christianity isn’t based on “irrational ideas” at all, it’s based on the assertions of fact about Jesus recorded in the New Testament. In order to conclude that any doctrine based on those assertions of fact is “irrational”, you’d have to prove either by logic that the doctrine was not logically consistent with the assertions, or by evidence that the assertions could not be relied upon as a basis for reasoning.

  74. Tim Neilson

    To the extent you take mysticism seriously is the extent to which you reject reason and inevitably it will get to a point where you start becoming a threat to yourself and those around you.

    Whereas people who believe that the incantation “existence exists!” disproves Christianity are fully rational.

  75. dover_beach

    It’s like a parade of ignorance and stupidity when IamMengele opines on anything, and Christianity, in particular. He doesn’t want to argue the particulars because he knows nothing about the particulars. A lot like when Andy Stitzer was asked about a women’s breasts and described them as like ‘bags of sand’.

  76. Tim Neilson

    Luckily for us none of you take this stuff seriously, you lead entirely heretical and secular lives,

    Incidentally Iamashiteater, which Christian precepts are you saying that “none of” the Christians on this site take seriously, and how do you know we don’t?
    And how do you know we lead “entirely heretical” lives or “entirely…secular lives”?

  77. mh

    A lot like when Andy Stitzer was asked about a women’s breasts and described them as like ‘bags of sand’.

    I just googled that to see what you were talking about!

  78. Iampeter

    Yes, communists worldwide murdered, tortured and persecuted millions of Christians because they are “leftists” like themselves!

    Communists murdered Christians for the same reason communists murdered communists and Christians have murdered Christians, by the millions, because collectivist and irrational ideologies kill people.

    It’s not complicated.

    It’s like a parade of ignorance and stupidity when IamMengele opines on anything, and Christianity, in particular. He doesn’t want to argue the particulars because he knows nothing about the particulars. A lot like when Andy Stitzer was asked about a women’s breasts and described them as like ‘bags of sand’.

    He says as he makes no arguments about any particulars because he knows nothing about the particulars.
    I mean, who do you think you’re fooling with this kind of projection?
    Have you figured out what “metaphysics” means yet? Or “reason?”
    LOL.

  79. Tim Neilson

    Iampeter
    #3464167, posted on May 26, 2020 at 7:47 am

    Poor old zero IQ brain-damaged intellectual failure Iamashiteater.

    He goes on his usual bogus anti-Christian rant, dover points out that he knows nothing about Christianity, and he responds with a general (no specifics about Christianity at all) self-fellation about “metaphysics” and “reason”.

    This from the contemptible little ponce who, when one of his “all swans are white” style dogmatic absolutist bloviations gets challenged by the identification of a “black swan” specific refutation, always goes into an emotionally incontinent meltdown proclaiming that the black swan reference is “random”.

    Poor old mental defective.

  80. Iampeter

    He goes on his usual bogus anti-Christian rant, dover points out that he knows nothing about Christianity, and he responds with a general (no specifics about Christianity at all) self-fellation about “metaphysics” and “reason”.

    It’s exactly the other way around.
    Everything you say is either backwards, a self contradiction, or not even relevant to what you’re responding to.

  81. dover_beach

    He says as he makes no arguments about any particulars because he knows nothing about the particulars.

    No, no, you are mistaken. I can’t reply with particulars because you haven’t identified any.

    I mean, who do you think you’re fooling with this kind of projection?

    Indeed, you’re not fooling anyone.

    Have you figured out what “metaphysics” means yet? Or “reason?”

    I see you’re still a little sore about confusing reason with the ‘Age of Reason’. And that your historical ignorance left you floundering about when I claimed that the metaphysics that took root in the Age of Reason led inexorably to gender ideology. Poor sod. I was asking too much of you, IamMengele.

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