Friday, 11 November 2016

Hillary Hater



"America is not ready to give a woman that much power"


On November 9th, 2016; the day after the recent Presidential election in the U.S. 
I posted a Facebook post that said  


"Hillary's biggest fault is that she is a woman"






 


I was deeply saddened by America's decision to elect Donald Trump and it's clear to me now that whatever progress has been made by Barack Obama in his 8 years in the chair; will be flushed down the toilet by a new Republican guard and that everyone will suffer.


It's a splintered political party recreated in turmoil, greed, back-stabbing chaos and moronic malevolence - that fundamentally has no interest in "making America great again", but more-so segregating and dividing the nation (the world).  Now his electorate eagerly anticipates action on all his promises, like children whose parents promised them ice-cream after Sunday school ... particularly the big six: The Wall, Lock Up Hillary, Deport the Illegals, Seal off America to Muslims, Repeal Obamacare, and force companies to Bring Back Those Jobs from Overseas (Trump's signature clothing line is made in China - ah what does that tell you)?  Let the games begin!  Beyond all this, it is also clear to me that sexism was a very real part of the outcome and that yes, Hillary lost for one BIG reason, the biggest of them all ...
 

Because she is a woman.

The Facebook post brought about mostly agreement (by about 9 women and 3 men who 'liked' my post) but it also brought about a severe reaction - specifically amongst certain men who vehemently disagreed with my position with a myriad of real facts about what's real  here. 

I posted it knowing that there would be disagreement (even welcoming it); points of view that could bring about insight into human nature and why?  I wasn't expecting the anger though.

  







It became very obvious to me as the thread unfolded and they piously pounded their vapid assertions; that they (like millions of others) righteously HATE Hillary Clinton and were clearly enjoying her demise - callously orchestrated by Donald Trump (who they say they didn't like either BUT quietly favoured him regardless).  Realizing I was tapping into a bigger picture.


For me, her loss has really very little to do with her many improprieties - her lies, manipulation and questionable ethics.  Her flagrant disregard for communication protocols or even her own malignant agenda - that yes, were even unacceptable to me (even though he is guilty of all of the above X 10 - irrelevant/doesn't matter)!  "Stick to the point", one guy "friend" sternly told me (like I'm being redirected to stay focused).  Well, this IS my point!  It's called hypocrisy.   

No it became painfully evident, that just by throwing the gender card out there, that there was/is a hidden agenda at play which boils down to this: People, even FB friends (men and women) in North America (by and large), hate Hillary Clinton because she is a woman ...

Who wants way more than she deserves

 

You see, there are certain women who look right and others who don't.  My theory is that if you're going to be an influential woman in America; particularly one who wants to be in a position of power, you still need to look and act a certain way or else you simply won't be taken seriously.  Hillary didn't fit, not pretty anymore (if ever), that forced/calculated smile, those ugly fucking pant-suits (hiding her fat ass) and that harsh/scratchy voice - ok, those disgusting glasses she wears.  What's up with her (old woman) hair?  Yuk  ... not a chance.  

Ok, I'm thinking - like totally ... a professional make-over?  Is long overdue.

Now Melania?  Ok, now we're talkin'!  Even women themselves, after having seen what he can do/say unapologetically; relentlessly criticizing them because they're fat or ugly or speak up when they should just shut up?  Doesn't matter. Tens of millions of them still want Donald in the oval office over Hillary - why?  Because he fits their idea of what a person looks like - who has that kind of power and control in America and I mean OMG!  She is a princess!






 
What I learned from this is that Trump tapped into America's unexposed underbelly - and its (his) underlying hatred of women - especially those who think they can just step up and be President of the United States and that ultimately?  "Nasty" women get what they deserve.  For me, this election revealed what had been submerged/suppressed - now clearly visible.

  
Misogynists are just fine by Americans
Women in POWER are not

and most American women
are ok with that 

Don't get me wrong
misinterpret me

Maybe President Trump is a good thing
because it allows us to see 
what's really going on
so we can

fix it
   



H  I  L  L  A  R  Y    H  A  T  E  R




For now and most importantly
it is collectively decided
that Hillary is not qualified for the job
but Donald is

Something we need to respect
and so in closing

For all you Hillary haters out there
who stand by all your logical conclusions


Having meticulously categorized all your complaints
in nice neat little boxes (with your jabbering justifications)
that can be passed down and around to all those
who share your convictions?


It's your anger - that gives you away