Gynocentrism

Corruption and Gynocentrism – The Neil Bantleman Story

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  1. DasPooch says:

    The words don’t exist to fully convey how vile these people – both the accusing women and members of the “justice” system over there – truly are. It’s events like this that will inevitably lead to a violent rebellion and upheaval, even if it takes a long time to boil over. I just don’t see how it can end any other way. When the system fails you, and society around you sits idly by and lets it happen, what other option is there? :(

  2. Darth Sin says:

    This reminds me somewhat of the Indian mob that killed a man who was suspected, not convicted of false rape accusation.

    Men need to understand that women wield tremendous social and cultural power and that power is power by proxy, a power that relies on men being white knighting simpletons as well as the female in group preference.

    If men strove to think like Vulcans around women, shit like this and the one in India would have never happened.

  3. FL says:

    The one cruel and ironic characteristics of gynocentrism probably meant the expatriate teacher who was accused is likely to have blindly supported the original accusations against the janitors, in all likelyhood. Such is the nature of gynocentrism, otherwise it wouldn’t exist at all. For this to change, males must recognize that next time, it might be you, and only then will you realize true gynocentrism, but they learned the hard and useless way.

  4. FL says:

    One particularly cruel and ironic characteristic of gynocentrism probably meant that the expatriate teacher who was accused is likely to have blindly, and entusiastically supported the original accusations against the janitors, in all likelihood. Such is the nature of gynocentrism, otherwise it wouldn’t exist at all.

    For this to change, males must recognize that next time, it might be themselves, and only then might they realize true gynocentrism, but they would have learned the hard and completely useless way.

  5. [K]yle Horner says:

    Loved the chat you guys had about this its always sad to hear the news from outer Cuntlandia!
    Here in central Cuntlandia North aka CaNaDa the putrid invasion continues with insane “french” skanks dildoing themselves etc….Ever wonder if the so called “Elites” that want to exterminate humanity might be onto something?

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wS1sBegb07I

  6. FL says:

    Misandric women such as that female judge believe that feminist thought is what put her in her position of power and that if that’s the case, then feminist misandry must also be valid.

    In fact, what gets women these positions is gynocentrism, not feminism. Gynocentrism is what permits men to be jailed for crimes that havent even been commited, but it is women who act to put them there, and feminism is their tool too do it.

    Gynocentrism means bias and priority for women, which in this case, means that despite the female judges inability to be objective, and the conviction of a man without sufficient evidence that any crime even took place, she is still able to call herself a judge, and was permitted to reach that position unfairly, without merit. Just as gynocentrism has imprisoned a man, and branded him with the stigma of the crimes of harming children.

    Gynocentrism does not end at the imprisonment of this man, not that it is by any means the least of concern. It extends beyond the criminalization of males, and gives women undeserved power, undeserved confidence in their ability, undeserved privileges, and undeserved wealth and prestigous positions at the expense of innocent men and honourable women. If there are any honourable women left in existence, the illigitimate, unearned privilege that gynocentrism is currently affording women will WITHOUT A DOUBT kill any remaining traces of integrity and dignity in those and all women.

    1. Ayam Sirias says:

      You said it perfectly. It won’t change on its own. It really does take men walking away before things become better.

  7. Dan Slezak says:

    This was a good read, however disturbing the content. Gentlemen, this could happen to any one of us. IMO, this example is the number one reason why men don’t enter into the teaching profession.
    I hope the author reaches out to this guys wife.

    Good for you, Bar!

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