Sunday, December 17, 2017

Apres moi, le deluge, so many cultural icons notch their EXTRAORDINARY COMEdowns

After Weinstein: 45 Men Accused of Sexual Misconduct and Their Fall From Power - The New York Times

A breathtaking pageant, that continues to play out day by day.

Including now this female Congressional candidate, brought down, like many by charges only, nothing proved;  has society gone too far?

It is a veritable opera of human nature.  Every character has its time on the stage.

Some confess their crimes, others maintain their innocence. 

Others offer their advice on dressing modestly, and as that is not Politically Correct, are castigated on the Internet for venturing to make such (modest) proclamations.

Some are disingenuous and wish to have it both ways, as in, 'yes I had an affair, but I was a mere 24 years old, and, my partner was rich and powerful, and now it seems the thing to do is to renounce it, so I am, etc. etc. etc....."

Recalls the line:  full of sound and fury, signifying nothing.

Bottom line:  Overall, sociologically, The Great Purge is a positive, yes, and long overdue.  The weaker should be protected against the stronger.

Please don't ask how can women be "weaker" if the sexes are, in fact, equal, as per Feminism?  If you do, you are probably the type who would say the emperor has no clothes, and for that impudence, you would deserve to be incarcerated.  That is a sexist statement, of course, and again, not Politically Correct.  The main thing is to be Politically Correct.  No force on earth can resist an Idea Whose Time Has Come.

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