Monday, January 9, 2017

MERYL MELTDOWN: A TIME FOR MAWGA

   To no one's surprise, the phony Golden Globe Awards was all about seeing which Hollywood ringard would titillate all the celebrity-worshipping Liberals by spouting off against the Presidential Election results. And dutifully, 67-year old Meryl Streep jumped at the opportunity; blabbing for almost six minutes, accusing Trump of everything modern Hollywood is guilty of doing.

   The kind of Trash Culture that the entertainment wing of the Corporate Media represents is one reason why our society is deteriorating. This is particularly true of how Hollywood portrays women. Aging Cougars (e.g. Meryl Streep, Madonna); vulgar loudmouths (e.g. Rosie O'Donnell, Whoopi Goldberg); repulsive sluts (e.g. Miley Cyrus, Katy Perry)---these are the types of females one would encounter in low-end urban dive bars. Yet the Cultural Elites hold them up as the yardstick by which American women are to be measured.



    Just a generation ago, American women were renowned worldwide for their beauty and elegance. Psychologist Albert Ellis noted in 1962 that American women were the most scrupulous about their appearance and the most feminine of all other cultures. And in his day, when actresses married foreign princes and the glamorous Jacqueline Kennedy was First Lady, it was so. Contrast that to today when the only US marriage demographic going up is between American-born men and foreign-born women. And even our President-Elect, certainly an eligible bachelor, ended up married to a Yugoslavian.

    Maybe it is time for a 'MAWGA Movement'---Make American Women Great Again. Cultivate femininity; celebrate feminine virtues; teach women again that it's alright not to hate men. In other words, do exactly the opposite of what the Media and Academia tell women to do.

    We can always look to past examples. Out of our site's Feature Friday archives, we found a few:

        


 

     
 
 













   



        Is it any wonder that American men were once such industrious workers, fearless soldiers, and defenders of their communities? The women of the past were the incentive: Meryl Streep and Hilary Clinton, not so much.




        













 

2 comments:

  1. Hillary Clinton and Meryl Streep are 0's. Disgusting things.

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    1. Yep. They're hardly the type to inspire men.

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