The Myth of Womanhood ™

 

Women have some serious fundamental problems,  with….well being women, and it has all to do with the cult of The Myth of Womanhood.™ Collectively known as feminism.

And progress. Technological, cultural, legal, and societal changes that have accelerated exponentially since the dawn of the industrial age.

And knowledge. In essence, almost universal education and the growing availability of information at the click of mouse.

In order to sustain a myth one needs a culture of ignorance and a means to control those who would question that myth – a bit like the child in the fairy tale who exclaimed “the emperor has no clothes!”.  One small lone voice in a sea of silenced and, coerced into submissive acceptance, voices.

One also needs one other thing in order to sustain a myth, a willingness on the part of others to believe this myth.

Perhaps the most well known of people in history who have suffered as a result of questioning  a myth, or in this case a religious belief has been Galileo Galilei 15 February 1564 – 8 January 1642, generally just known as Galileo, and referred to as the father of Modern science.

He challenged a myth/belief, not out of a sense of wanting to be “ornery” but because he discovered that the myth/belief was untrue. So, in a desire to correct an error of belief he shared what he had discovered. This is what happened to him.

“Galileo was found “vehemently suspect of heresy“, namely of having held the opinions that the Sun lies motionless at the centre of the universe, that the Earth is not at its centre and moves, and that one may hold and defend an opinion as probable after it has been declared contrary to Holy Scripture. He was required to “abjure, curse and detest” those opinions.

 He was sentenced to formal imprisonment at the pleasure of the Inquisition. On the following day this was commuted to house arrest, which he remained under for the rest of his life.

 His offending Dialogue was banned; and in an action not announced at the trial, publication of any of his works was forbidden, including any he might write in the future.”

You will note that Galileo lived a long long time ago. Centuries passed, centuries in which everything that Galileo had said was proved to be true, in fact universally accepted by everyone, not just in the scientific community but in the wider world, one would have thought then, that those, the keepers of the original myth/belief would have conceded the truth he discovered, and made things right? Apologised profusely and redeemed Galileo unequivocally?

Alas, those who proclaim themselves the keepers of myths are not so gracious.

“On 15 February 1990, in a speech delivered at the Sapienza University of Rome, Cardinal Ratzinger (later to become Pope Benedict XVI)

“The Church at the time of Galileo kept much more closely to reason than did Galileo himself, and she took into consideration the ethical and social consequences of Galileo’s teaching too. Her verdict against Galileo was rational and just and the revision of this verdict can be justified only on the grounds of what is politically opportune.”

“It would be foolish to construct an impulsive apologetic on the basis of such views.

Another keeper of the myth went just a tad further a couple of years later – but just a tad.

“On 31 October 1992, Pope John Paul II expressed regret for how the Galileo affair was handled, and issued a declaration acknowledging the errors committed by the Catholic Church tribunal that judged the scientific positions of Galileo Galilei…………………….A month later, however, the head of the Pontifical Council for Culture, Gianfranco Ravasi, revealed that the plan to erect a statue of Galileo in the grounds of the Vatican had been suspended.”

This is all very well and good I hear you thinking, but what has this to do with feminism and the Myth of Womanhood? ™

It illustrates perfectly what feminists believe that their ideology is – an unassailable and almost spiritual belief – in fact a religion – but even more than just a religion, a religion that takes its cue from the dogmatic, infallible and unquestionable doctrines of the 17th century Roman Catholic Church. Anyone who does question, does present evidence of the falsity of its beliefs is, just like Galileo was, be “vehemently suspect of heresy“, and there will be calls and demands and efforts expended to induce those heretics to “abjure, curse and detest” those opinions.

What Galileo proposed was called heliocentrism, and rejected what was known as geocentrism, (remarkable similar to the word gynocentrism, isn’t it?)

“Galileo’s championing of heliocentrism was controversial within his lifetime, when most subscribed to either geocentrism or the Tychonic system.”

For simplicity’s sake, Geocentrism is the belief that the earth is the cosmic centre of the universe, and heliocentrism is that it isn’t, rather one celestial body in a universe of celestial bodies

“The astronomical predictions of Ptolemy’s geocentric model were used to prepare astrological charts for over 1500 years. The geocentric model held sway into the early modern age, but from the late 16th century onward was gradually superseded by the heliocentric model of Copernicus, Galileo and Kepler. However, the transition between these two theories met much resistance, not only from Christian theologians, who were reluctant to reject a theory that was in agreement with Bible passages (e.g. “Sun, stand you still upon Gibeon”, Joshua 10:12 – King James 2000 Bible), but also from those who saw geocentrism as an accepted consensus that could not be subverted by a new, unknown theory.”

The Myth of Womanhood ™ is the geocentrism of the modern age, we just need to change one letter, the “e” to a “y” and add a letter, an “n” and we have Gynocentrism, and just as in the passage above, one doesn’t actually need to be a fully paid up member of the cult of The Myth of Womanhood ™ to be a believer, one just has to believe in the myth– while the original tyrannical defenders of geocentrism were Christians, our modern feminists, in fact all cults, all systems of belief based on unfounded assertions, need their useful idiots, their blindly following acolytes, in the cult of The Myth of Womanhood ™ these are just called……..women. There is a dedicated band of male followers, but these are merely those men who accept their lesser status in the human universe. Because you see, the core belief of the cult of The Myth of Womanhood states that.

Women are the centre of the Human Universe – around which all other human beings orbit.

Just as in the 19th century, despite growing knowledge, despite technological advances to further the acquisition of human knowledge, despite the increasing availability and access to human knowledge via education for more and more people– the cult of, The Myth of Womanhood ™ has persisted, has been assiduously cultivated and propagated. By women.

One can reject belief in a God that one cannot see, or prove the existence of, but when one has millions of putative Goddesses (all women) right there in front of you, doing what our naked emperor did in the fairytale I mentioned – exerting coercive methods, either passively or aggressively to ensure your acquiescence in what is patently untrue – it is difficult to be that lone small voice shouting out from the crowd.

“The emperor has no clothes”

I coined the phrase The Myth of Womanhood ™ as the title to a larger piece of work – a historical work – that will look back at the origins, perpetuation, entrenchment and finally demise of a belief system, a cult that infected the race of humans in varying degrees over a long period of time. It is almost time to write the last chapters, because persistent though it was and is – the cult of, The Myth of Womanhood is dying, it is in its final death throes.

Because you see, rather than there being one small childlike voice shouting from the crowd that the “emperor has no clothes”, though in this case, it should be “empresses” – there is a chorus of voices, a veritable full choir of voices, all saying in harmony.

“The empress has no clothes”

It is those who persist in clinging tenaciously to their belief in this cult of, The Myth of Womanhood ™ who are being drowned out, and whose “leaders” are making fools of themselves, laughing stocks of themselves – because they still believe that……………the earth is the centre of the known universe.

 

© Anja Eriud 2014

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22 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. chefyc
    Jan 15, 2014 @ 14:24:17

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  2. alanbowker
    Jan 15, 2014 @ 14:25:32

    Anja, Excellent – once more.
    Please, please, keep writing.
    I wish I had your confidence we are witnessing the death throws of The Cult.
    I remain unconvinced yet open minded.
    What I DO know is that writings and messages like yours are helping us reach those End of Days sooner than we could expect otherwise.

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    • Anja Eriud
      Jan 15, 2014 @ 15:09:38

      Hello and welcome Alan, and thank you for your kind comments.

      I could no more stop writing than I could just stop breathing lol

      With regard to the death throes of this most pernicious of cults, my greatest fear is that in the vacuum created by fall of this vile ideology, and it will fall, it is falling as we speak, something equally unpalatable will fill that void. Something that retains the dormant seeds of gynocentrism waiting patiently for some “event” to precipitate a chorus of “told you so” in relation to abandoning the tenets of “women first, last, and always”

      I believe that the rape of that girl in India on a bus was one such of those “told you so” events” we must guard against these types of hysterical and knee jerk reactions.

      Alas,vast numbers of women will never really change, it appears to be coded into their DNA to be gynocentric wretches – but we must dismantle the cultural, legal and social framework within which these behaviours are tolerated – in effect deprive them of the oxygen of approval, but more importantly no more turning a legal blind eye.

      I do pray and hope that the day will come in my lifetime, where the default response is human beings first last and always.

      Anja 🙂

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      • alanbowker
        Jan 15, 2014 @ 17:38:27

        I do hope you are wrong – in the thought that there will be another, equally unpalatable, evil awaiting.
        My hope is that a domino effect will bring this insidious ideology down.
        Perhaps a collapse of a currency, a Western nation’s fabric, a financial meltdown as the crucial balance of tax take and expenditure breaks.
        The Cult, in fact women in general, appear to have little understanding or concept of how an Economy basically works, yet their demands for “more” and their demands for more collectivism, more benefits, more “Woman’s Aid” (pardon the pun), together with their political muscle tends to suggest that a higher tax take rather than reduced spending is all they will accept.
        That leaves Governments, losing competitiveness to new economies, without new sources of revenue and an ever dwindling (income?) tax take in a collective perilous position.
        Any break will come suddenly. Unless we unravel feminism in a structured way.
        The EU, its feminist and monetary policies may well prove to be a catalyst for that type of event.
        Perhaps the likely election of both Hillary and Ed in office at once may quicken that kind of scenario. A perfect storm?
        If not, then 2030 would be my best bet.
        With financial meltdown comes military weakness.
        Military balances of power will almost certainly change dramatically.
        Feminism has a stronghold, in a large part, simply because it has been a generation – a very short time – since women needed the protection, and by definition, the aggression and violence that protection demands of men.
        A demoralised nation where men see no social justice, is not the best platform for any nation to tackle conflict – economic or military.
        Something has to give.

      • Anja Eriud
        Jan 15, 2014 @ 18:32:26

        “I do hope you are wrong – in the thought that there will be another, equally unpalatable, evil awaiting.”

        I hope and wish I felt I was and am wrong – but as you said below, there is a perfect shitstorm of gathering countervailing forces converging – already we see the first signs of literally the fabric of society unravelling – economic collapse only prevented by dodgy “temporary fixes” an incessant and persistent chorus of demands for more and more “rights” more and more “special measures” for “special” groups – all literally sucking any hope of economic stability returning.

        And waiting in the wings – China and the ASEAN, to name but two circling hawks. At the last count how much of the US’s debt did China hold? It’s in the trillions.

        I don’t even want to think about how this pandering to feminist inspired nannying has undermined not only the future effectiveness, but morale of the militaries in the west. And as a consequence morale as human beings – when simply being the wrong kind of human being gets you nothing but hatred, injustice, revulsion and constant stripping of the even the basic fundamental Human Rights.

        “The EU, its feminist and monetary policies may well prove to be a catalyst for that type of event.
        Perhaps the likely election of both Hillary and Ed in office at once may quicken that kind of scenario. A perfect storm?

        If not, then 2030 would be my best bet.
        With financial meltdown comes military weakness.
        Military balances of power will almost certainly change dramatically.”

        I agree that the EU may well be the catalyst, not just for economic meltdown, but for the spread of military emasculation – and I use the word emasculation deliberately – Europe lies between the US and the East – it sits strategically and ineffectually between two ideological polarities. As a buffer, it is pathetic – as a bridge, why don’t we just put out the welcome to the west flags now, and be done with it.

        “Feminism has a stronghold, in a large part, simply because it has been a generation – a very short time – since women needed the protection, and by definition, the aggression and violence that protection demands of men.”

        Feminism has made weakness a virtue, victimhood a badge of honour, and practically stalled the development of strong self sufficient and truly autonomous human beings in favour of insipid, spineless and childlike automatons. Addicted to consumerism, addicted to navel gazing, and dumbed down by bland lies, myths and hysterical soundbites.

        “A demoralised nation where men see no social justice, is not the best platform for any nation to tackle conflict – economic or military.”

        Agreed.

        “ Something has to give.”

        Therein lies the rub – that something may very well be – everything.

  3. donzaloog
    Jan 15, 2014 @ 15:39:01

    Great article, Anja.

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  4. John mws
    Jan 16, 2014 @ 00:56:53

    I know you did not mean this literally and it is a little off topic to start with but “The empress has no clothes” is very close to the truth. Young girls in general have taken empowerment to mean wearing less and less clothes in public, and some crude behaviour that men would be arrested for, it is now the norm. No need to go to a strip show when it is there for free everywhere. A pub is a truth or dare gone mainstream environment and streets as toilet is more a woman thing now.

    Female pop stars are a conumdrum too. Singing is secondary to who can have the most vulgar or provocative video or stage show. But at the same time they claim to be feminists, apart from Katy Perry, who despite the famous song is the most conservative one. At the same time the feminist say they are being exploited, go figure, but then we have slut walks. I am only a man so can only hold one logical position on a subject at a time. These people (feminists) claim two or more at the same time depending on the audience. The anti lads mags(not talking top shelf stuff) or page 3 girl campaign in the UK, in this background, is just ridiculous. I have never seen a campaign by men to get rid of trashy gossip or fashion magazines that often include male bashing extreme and just as much female nudity, if not more. If a women can do what they like sexually, not be called out for it, but it is, by inference, for women only viewing in print, like a gay woman fantasy, then they cannot turn around and deny men their sexuality.

    It is the endless less stick our noses into a man only business or interests agenda. This is where the divide men and conquer by turning everything into a “feminist” friendly zone with shaming tactics really pisses me off the most. With rape and hassassment laws they can, and do, wreck all social areas of life. The work place, the street, politics, online, the media, the family, everywhere they are fucking it up. Now they want gender quotas for female actresses and directors, and fuck the story, the female actors thave to have scenes with only females interacting about only women for some unknown reason. Since when have male actors done any thing but what the role demands.

    Now all of this is being funded by the taxpayer with bigger and bigger welfare and special women only perks and services at a time when we cannot fund future pensions and the banks have screwed us over. They are only helping to boost the debt and push us all over the edge faster. The single mother/career woman utopia will not need quotas then because it will not exist.

    For me it is a race to see if the economy or the feminists fall first, and who gets to wear the emperor/empress clothes after. The feminists are ramping up the pressure in the EU/UK and they look to be my bet to fall first with the cooking pot about to blow soon. The MHRA steam is escaping and they cannot ignore it any more. Either way there is a lot of work and hard times to come in the short term at least. Keep up the good work Anja, love ya blogs.

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    • Anja Eriud
      Jan 16, 2014 @ 13:09:45

      Hi John, and thank you for your well articulated comment, it adds an extra layer of substance to the whole concept of the cult of The Myth of Womanhood – in fact you read my mind – or did you break into my house and rifle through the stacks of random files I have lying about – must tidy up, – sometime this year 🙂

      Seriously though – part of the Myth is the illusion of manufactured “femaleness” as this untouchable by criticism, by social approbation, and by one of the phrases that sets my teeth on edge, employed by all brain dead, narcissistic, shallow and self absorbed cookie cutter “women”

      “you have no right to judge me!”

      Oh, boo bloody hoo, I and every other person, whose personal space you invade, whose eyes you assault, and whose ears you make bleed with your raucous whining, have EVERY RIGHT, to not just judge you – but find YOU personally wanting – in every category of acceptable behaviour, on every scale of appropriate actions.

      You are breathing MY air, you are contaminating MY social atmosphere, you are infecting the cultural zeitgeist – MY cultural zeitgeist just by – being – by being YOU.

      With regard to:

      “Now all of this is being funded by the taxpayer with bigger and bigger welfare and special women only perks and services at a time when we cannot fund future pensions and the banks have screwed us over. They are only helping to boost the debt and push us all over the edge faster. The single mother/career woman utopia will not need quotas then because it will not exist.”

      Feminism and its cult is like a cultural and social acid, it eats away at what should be the strong supportive architecture of civilised societies – it corrodes the foundations that strong societies must rest on to remain functional – law, justice, democratic processes, an overarching social contract (not giving an approving nod to Jean Jacques Rousseau by the way) but a social contract that applies the same rules of conduct to ALL members of a society, without exceptions, without special “opt out clauses”

      “For me it is a race to see if the economy or the feminists fall first, and who gets to wear the emperor/empress clothes after. The feminists are ramping up the pressure in the EU/UK and they look to be my bet to fall first with the cooking pot about to blow soon. The MHRA steam is escaping and they cannot ignore it any more. Either way there is a lot of work and hard times to come in the short term at least. Keep up the good work Anja, love ya blogs.”

      Unfortunately feminism and economic policy has also become so entwined, so symbiotic, that separating them might be described as trying to remove a tumour that has invaded the body politic WITHOUT killing the host.

      Or kinda like removing what Jack O’Neill calls the snakeheads in Stargate (was a big fan).

      With the pressure now being applied by the MHRM, feminism and the cult is on the defensive, but like cornered rats they will use whatever means they have and are necessary to survive – unfortunately they have the only access to those means – political power – we need to take that political power away from them, that power has its origins in something that feminism cannot fully control any more, their grip on it is slipping.

      People. Like you, like me.

      Sure, politicians are mostly arseholes, and to some extent power whores, but every so often they have to “go to the people” for permission to continue being arseholes and power whores – political instability is anathema to power whores – a demos that starts voting for candidates that dilute the hegemony of the status quo is a force to be reckoned with. Especially if a group of them hold the balance between continuing to implement tired old policies or “rethinking” those policies.

      The bottom line of course is always, the bottom linemoney – how much is this going to cost? Feminism has priced itself out of the market place of ideas – it consumes resources and gives NOTHING back – except more demands, for more of those ever dwindling resources.

      Thank you for your kind words John, have no intention of going anywhere, or stopping for that matter – but appreciate the sentiments.

      Anja 🙂

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      • John mws
        Jan 16, 2014 @ 15:01:16

        Stunningly good reply Anja, thanks for the time and effort, I can only aspire to match the flowing prose and clarity of thought.

        One thing I have noticed alot about the raucous behaved women is the amount of spontaneous crying they do if someone pulls them up for bad behaviour. Crocodile and tears comes to mind. Exactly the same sort of behaviour my nephew and nieces engaged in when they had done something naughty. Feminists have a lot to answer for by casting all women into children, so much so that actual children are trampled in the dash for the “life rafts”. It of course calls forth the white knights(Jaffa) to protect the slighted feminist women(Goa’uld) and we all know how nasty they are. But that is a another story altogether. 😉

        P.S. New Stargate movies scheduled for 2015.

      • Anja Eriud
        Jan 16, 2014 @ 18:28:27

        Thank you John.

        Ah yes, from “How to be a Girl” Chapter 6 of The Myth of Womanhood 🙂

        The section on perfecting the art of judicious crying, or how to smooth the path of your life with fake tears and epic tantrums – also known as “being a bit emotional” bless. groooooooooooooooan!

        Now John – won’t have you speaking ill of the Jaffa – T’ilc is……..well lets just say proof positive that strength of character can overcome even the most invasive brainwashing or mind control – though with regard to some types of women – the search for brain activity is ongoing 🙂

        Oh fantastic, re new Stargate movie – serious question – James Spader or Michael Shanks? Kurt Russell or Richard Dean Anderson.

        NB. McGyver was…cool! 🙂

      • John mws
        Jan 16, 2014 @ 20:15:39

        You ask tough questions.

        I think because I watched the series so much I would have to say Michael Shanks, although it is nearly a tie. However i would definitely say Richard Dean Anderson. Never watch the McGyver series though.

        T’ilc is the ultimate red pill taker for a ex-feminist supporter.Getting rid of your parasite host helps. Now that is a resonant thought.

      • Anja Eriud
        Jan 16, 2014 @ 20:54:12

        “You ask tough questions.”

        🙂

        “I think because I watched the series so much I would have to say Michael Shanks, although it is nearly a tie. However i would definitely say Richard Dean Anderson. Never watch the McGyver series though.”

        Agreed, Definitely Richard Dean Anderson, that wry humour, that “we’re in the shit, but let’s not panic – yet – maybe if we just blow some stuff up” – Kurt Russell was too “intense” too “moody” in my personal experience (grew up with six brothers) men use humour as a safety valve – women panic and scream like banshees, rendering any effective action impossible – hate that shrieking at mousies crap women do. Its a bleedin mouse, it’s a gazillionth times smaller than you are – STFU.

        I’m torn between Michael Shanks and James Spader – before I got rid of television, I loved him in Boston Legal.

        “T’ilc is the ultimate red pill taker for a ex-feminist supporter.Getting rid of your parasite host helps. Now that is a resonant thought.”

        T’ilc represents for me anyway the indomitable inner strength of the male human being, how even in the face of enormous personal pain and anguish he can overcome and prevail. Do you remember the episode where he was captured by Apophos and tortured to death, then revived again and again? Looked into the face of his former overlord and laughed.

        Feminists would of course drone on about “toxic masculinity” and the violent nature of men – completely missing the subtext – the endurance, resilience and personal sacrifices men are prepared to make in the service of others. So, when “men blow shit up” it’s to save your sorry screechy arse ya dumb bint.

        Now, this is just between me and thee – but for an everyday man being the hero, even for a whiney dumbass female –John McClane (Bruce Willis) though might never forgive him for that stupid film with Goldie Hawn and Meryl Streep – Death Becomes her – I think. (JB – Judgybitch did a great post some time ago on Bruce Willis)

        Don’t even get me started on Meryl Streep – how to be an annoying bitch in 31 different accents.

        Films for me, represent the template that women (dumb women) use to model their own stupid behaviour on – though whenever I watch films/DVD’s with friends, they always say:

        you’re not going to make snotty comments about the women in this film are you?”

        To which I reply.

        depends – will there be women in this film doing stupid shit then whining about it?”

        🙂 

        Edit: Found it.

        Yippee-ki-yay, motherfucker. John McClane and the redemption of masculinity.

        Posted on Feb 19th 2013
        http://judgybitch.com

      • Anja Eriud
        Jan 16, 2014 @ 21:13:17

        Bit OT – or not.

        Found a little gem of a film a few months back, called “The Way” starring Martin Sheen and directed by Emilio Estevez, about a fathers journey both actual and I suppose spiritual, when he has to go to France to collect the remains of his son who dies at the start of a pilgrimage – its not so much a religious film, though that is a motif, more the personal and spiritual struggle of a father coming to terms with the loss of his son, and his struggle as a father.

        Won’t say any more – ruin it – but it is a wee gem of a film. The female lead in it is a bit annoying but she actually grows on you – a bit – after a while – like fungus. 🙂

      • John mws
        Jan 17, 2014 @ 01:15:29

        – Found a little gem of a film a few months back, called “The Way”

        I will look out for “The Way”. Not adverse to watching emotion filled stories. Not afraid to shed a tear or two watching films.

        – Meryl Streep – Death Becomes her – I think

        Meryl Streep, is a reasonable actress, not one that would make me want to watch a movie just for her. She plays the perfect manipulative bitch mother in the film “The Manchurian Candidate”, with one of my most respected actors Denzel Washington. Now I would watch any film with him in. I think bitchiness suits her, like in “The Devil wears Prada” . Meryl Streep did the Margaret Thatcher film “Iron Lady”, one woman who wasted nearly 10 years of my life with how she ran the country. I find it ironic that Thatcher was not a feminist and did very little in her time for womens issues. To her credit she got to the top because of merit without any help. But it does seem that Meryl is herself a feminist, especially with a donation to the “Nation Women’s History Museum” . I never knew they had such a thing, I did not realise history was separated in such a way. Stupid me. I like her even less now. The best thing was the embrassing crush Meryl had on Paul McCartney when giving him an award.


        Beatles and Paul McCartney the perfect proof that men are not obsolete or not needed by women. No provocative clothes or nakedness needed Miley, Rihanna you paying attention.

        – Yippee-ki-yay, motherfucker. John McClane and the redemption of masculinity.

        Bruce Willis does do some brilliant roles. Loved him in the throw away films “Armageddon” and “Pulp Fiction” and the unusual “12 Monkeys”. Who can forget The Sixth Sense. Nearly a banker for an entertaining treat. With the feminists now getting there hooks into Hollywood with whinning for more female roles and more female directors, quotas are on there way boys, what kind out PC BS will be injected into the films. The master plan, control the media, control the movies, control the internet, control the world. Did a say control, I also meant censorship of any dissent from feminism. Someone save us from these entitlement feminists and their opportunistic but misguided blind women followers.

        i know someone is trying. Anja, High five.

      • Anja Eriud
        Jan 17, 2014 @ 01:50:17

        “I will look out for “The Way”. Not adverse to watching emotion filled stories. Not afraid to shed a tear or two watching films.”

        It’s not really a “weepy” as in what women call a “box of tissues weepy” more a like a lump in your throat and a touch your soul kind of film. It has hope – in the face of terrible tragedy – hope.

        “Meryl Streep, is a reasonable actress……….”

        Meh! I’ll give you Sophies Choice as a, not half bad job, but she still gets on my nerves. Lol

        Denzel? Now theres a guy who CAN act – just by standing still. Favourite Denzel film has to be Crimson Tide.

        “Bruce Willis does do some brilliant roles. Loved him in the throw away films “Armageddon” and “Pulp Fiction” and the unusual “12 Monkeys”. Who can forget The Sixth Sense.”

        Bruce IS the man – hidden depths – flawless timing – he has what we Oirish call “a way about him”

        Pulp fiction? Ah – the scene in the apartment when they go to collect and this fool shots and misses – lol – the interaction between Samuel L Jackson and John Travolta cleaning the brains out the car – brilliant.

        “With the feminists now getting there hooks into Hollywood with whinning for more female roles and more female directors, quotas are on there way boys………”

        I sure hope film producers are cool with EMPTY cinemas, with film after film bombing at the box office.

        i know someone is trying. Anja, High five.

        Right back atcha :)

  5. wtfwtf13
    Jan 16, 2014 @ 06:04:55

    ANJA !

    Bursting out from the frightening darkness of a long night,
    A clear form with an aura of scintillating sincerity,
    Harbinger of a dawn to prisoners of futility,
    Coaxing and cajoling them not to give up the good fight.

    With a laser like focus she’s able to note,
    The cant and injustice hidden in an artificial zero sum game
    For once the bard has erred about what he wrote,
    Anja! , Sir !, is not just another name!

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    • wtfwtf13
      Jan 16, 2014 @ 06:28:25

      Oops ! not ‘fous’ I meant ‘focus’

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    • Anja Eriud
      Jan 16, 2014 @ 13:16:54

      Thank you wtfwtf13 – I’m stunned, feel like one of my ancient Celtic warrior ancestors now! 🙂

      NB – I fixed the little typo – hope you don’t mind – and will reiterate – I will NEVER edit or change the content of anyone’s comment. Just fix little typos.

      Anja 🙂

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  6. wtfwtf13
    Jan 16, 2014 @ 06:39:18

    I do pray and hope that the day will come in my lifetime, where the default response is human beings first last and always.
    From your writings this has always come through very strongly,so honestly I cannot say I am surprised.
    For the record I drink from the same fountain of inspiration !

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    • Anja Eriud
      Jan 16, 2014 @ 13:18:09

      Thank you again wtfwtf13 – now all we need to do is get the rest of humanity on board – piece of cake! 🙂

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  7. Anja Eriud
    Jan 17, 2014 @ 02:24:08

    Was just sitting here, thinking, and pondering on women, how women like to portray themselves, how every move is calculated, nuanced and adapted to fit whatever circumstance that they find themselves in, when I noticed.

    From Galileo to Pulp Fiction, from Heresy to herstory – from the sublime to the……….sublimer (I think I just made up a new word)

    Yet, all roads lead back to – the images that women manufacture for themselves – the roles that they play out – virgin to whore – madonna to siren.

    Oscar Wilde would have a field day – might even rename The Potrait of Dorian Gray – The Portrait of Doreen Gray!

    🙂

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