Saturday, November 19, 2016

America Was Blinded by Sexism and Misogyny to Vote for a Fascist

Hi A,

I’m sad that you cannot see the plight of women like me. Yes, I was respected at Sxxxxxxxr for nine and half years, as long I didn’t pose a threat, but the moment I tried to make my mark in the world I was attacked viciously by people, just like the ones you helped elect to the highest office on this land! 

You will never know what’s like having a mob of sociopaths conspiring to steal your freedom and destroy you; just because I was a woman and they thought I needed to be put in my place! How dear of me a little woman trying to make a mark in this world and change the world! 

Then a year later have that happen again at CM, that the guy sociopath is believed over me, because a little woman like me could not possibly be speaking the truth and is accused of being a liar, just like Hillary was constantly accused of being a liar in the stage of the world, but Donald Trump could lie and say the most outrageous things and still be elected! Makes me sick to my stomach! 

And Once again, after losing more than half of my income a year ago, when I just had a raise of $400 a month and I was starting to breed a little easier financially, I was forced out of my job and once again and I'm the one losing $400 a month and plus over $3000 bonus around the holidays, putting me in tough spot financially again, they can steal my money, but they can’t steal my joy, my freedom and my knowledge of the human mind. What I have can't be bought with money and they can't steal it either and that's what pisses the sociopaths off.

You seem not to have any sympathy for the fact that for me to exercise my right to body autonomy as a young girl I had to go underground and put my life in danger. You said, but you did it! Yes, I did it, because I was lucky that no one found out, otherwise I would have been forced against my will to carry a pregnancy to term and give life to a soul to suffer for the rest of his or her life.

I would have had the same fate as my grandmother that was a single mother and died of young age and left my father orphan, because I know without a doubt, if I had not had an abortion I would not have been able to cope, like my grandmother and would have died at a young age and my child would have been an orphan just like my father and the whole scenario of my father would have been repeated. 

The reason I was lucky, was, because a young woman I knew when she was in her twenties while I was 16 or 17 called me in panic that she had missed her period and was afraid she might be pregnant and if could help her get an abortion and of course I said I would, back then I used to tell my friends that an unwanted pregnancy is like cancer if not treated right away it has no cure! 

Anyway my sister Elza that was always spying on me and stalking me, was listen to our phone conversation in the other room, so she found out about this young woman looking to have an abortion, so she followed me and contacted this young woman's parents, very Catholic people, and everyone found out that she was pregnant and was forced to have the child.

A big mess! The father of the child denied being the father, I guess in the late seventies still there was not a DNA test to prove fatherhood that just before I went to London, the child was probably already 3 or 4 years old I was called to be a witness in court to give a testimony that I knew this young woman was seeing   X man at the time of conception and that he could be the father of the little boy. It was a big, big mess, just because of my sister could not help it meddling in other people’s lives to make sure other people are born to have the same fate as hers!

I never went to court, because I left for London and I never heard again from this young girl.  I can only imagine how fxcked this child, now an adult might be!  Because of this young woman I learned I could not talk freely on the house phone, because my sisters could be listening and when I was making the appointment to see a midwife for my abortion I made sure to use pay phones on the streets where I knew on one was listen, so no one could find out and I would not have the same fate of this young girl and my grandmother. 

No woman anywhere in the world should have to go underground and put her life in danger and face persecution for exercising her right to body autonomy. A woman that is not free to make her own decisions is a slave and will breed more slaves. Rich women will always be able to travel to get the best abortion care that she needs, is poor women that can’t afford to travel that will be fxcked under leaders like Donald Trump and forced to be a slave and an incubator. ““Yeah, but then some women won’t be able to get an abortion?” Stahl asked. “No, it’ll go back to the states,” Trump replied. And if some states ban it? “Yeah, well, they’ll perhaps have to go — they’ll have to go to another state,” Trump said.” Read more here

I will always fight for poor young vulnerable women and never forget what could have happened to me, if had not been lucky in succeeding in having the abortion I needed, but you don’t seem to have any sympathy for the young woman I once was and for all other young women around the world in the same place I once was, being forced into motherhood against their will, because if you did you would never be able to vote for a man promising to make it difficult for women to get abortions and that women that get abortions should be punished! But I guaranty you until women are truly free, no man will ever be truly free either! It starts with women and as long you vote for men or even women into power that wants to control and repress other women, men will never be free either! Your priorities are all screwed up!

You also said that new people need to be born! I sense a little fear here! Are you afraid that not enough white people are having children and running out of white people in this world?! And losing your white privilege?! So you want women in the role of just being incubators?

You are driven by unresolved repressed fears of the child you once were to vote for people that will repress other people the same way you were repressed as little boy and vote for people that will reenact the scenarios you fear most and try to avoid.

You might like reading the blog I wrote on November 5 - 2015 titled  Psychological Warfare

"There's is no such thing as good and bad people. The property manager used to come to the gate all the time and bad mouth the residents she didn’t like because they would stand up to her, she loved to label them as bad people and I used to think to myself: you are not better than them. There are unconscious or repressed people acting as if personality pretending to be good people that can turn against you at any time and do their evil acts behind closed doors without witnesses, and there are unconscious people that can't act or pretend and they do their evil acts in the open and usually get caught and end up in jail. And of course, there are a few of us that have taken responsibility for our own childhood repression and come from a place of honesty and authenticity." Read more here 

The real root of Hillary’s loss lies in the repressed hate of the children they once were at their own mothers, NOW, transferred into all other women, their mothers are protected from their hatred, but all other women will have to pay the price for the wrongs done to them when defenseless little boys and girls. Unless people become conscious of their repressed hatred at their own mothers and consciously feel it within the context of their own childhood --- no matter what woman runs for the highest office of the land --- will never be the right woman and people will always say: not that woman!! Here are the roots of sexism and misogyny. "......If any man had faced one-tenth the scrutiny, bias or disrespectful treatment that Hillary Clinton has endured with grace and class, such a man would be curled up in the fetal position, crying like an infant. ...I watched as Hillary Clinton, campaign manager Robby Mook, her amazing volunteers, and HRC Super Volunteers, worked harder with more fire and heart than I could imagine. But at the end of the day, too many (white and wealthy) people voted for a corrupt, clueless, xenophobe because of …penis.
Yup. That is the sum total of my analysis. Penis." Read more here

Women Of The World: It’s Time To March On Washington
"TWENTY years ago I argued with a newspaper colleague that America would elect a black president before it would elect a woman. “No way!” he said, “Racism is still endemic in the US.” It shocked me that an educated white man had no trouble identifying America’s pervasive racial hatred but was completely blind to the misogyny that ran just as deep, if not deeper.
Two decades and eight years of a black male presidency later, that same blindness has helped elect an unashamed bigot to govern the most powerful nation in the world. Of course, white racists voted for Donald Trump on Nov 8 but it was white misogynists who won it for him – male and female; Americans who would rather elect a white man with a flawed character and no experience than a white woman who is arguably the most qualified candidate ever to run for president. ...Let’s not be fooled by predominantly white male commentators who would have the rest of us believe the Trump vote had nothing to do with gender or race, that it was ALL about the absence of a credible Democratic candidate (presumably a male one); a backlash against the new liberal establishment, the political elite (so they vote for the old conservative elite instead?). Of course, there were other factors involved, but blaming Hillary for those who voted for such a profoundly inadequate candidate is perverse. ...It is time to take a stand as never before: shout it from the rooftops of social media, protest in the streets, become politicized. It is time to think about who your friends are and whose side they are on. It is time to be brave, to defend our freedoms. It is time for women to march on Washington and it is time for men to stand with us.
they say the darkest hour is just before the dawn. I believe it. Trump and his followers have brazenly thrown down the gauntlet to women and men across the world. The monster is no longer invisible; it spews venom from every twitter feed and newsstand across the globe and threatens our children’s futures. Will we stand by as he grabs us, our daughters, our mothers, our sisters, our wives, by “the pussy” or will we grab him by the balls right back?
On January 21, 2017, the day after Trump’s inauguration, women and men from all over America and the world will unite for the Women’s March on Washington – an inclusive protest for anyone, anywhere, who supports women’s rights. It will start and finish at the Lincoln Memorial, from 10am to 5pm, where the great Martin Luther King Jr gave his stirring I Have a Dream speech in 1963. The world will see that dream is still very much alive — and this time it is for women.

Thank you for listen.

Much love,


Also, read my blogs

White supremacists urge trolling Clinton supporters to suicide

Also, read the article below:

"Trump will change the country for women in ways that won’t be easy to reverse. His Supreme Court nominees will shape our laws for decades; the coming gerrymandering of districts in 2020 will make statehouses and Congress even more favorable to Republicans. Abortion rights, access to affordable birth control, Title IX, equal pay—it’s hard to imagine any of them faring well under the new regime. Why do you think Trump chose Mike Pence? We now have as vice president a man who tried to shut the federal government down over funding for Planned Parenthood; who, as governor of Indiana, pushed through a bill permitting discrimination against LGBTQ people; who tried to force women to hold funerals for aborted or miscarried embryos. Conditions will be worst for the women already most disadvantaged: women of color, Muslim and immigrant women, low-income women, the disabled (did you know that Trump has promised to slash funding for services for people with disabilities?). If Roe v. Wade is overturned, or if the Supreme Court reverses itself and allows restrictions like the ones recently struck down in Texas, then getting a safe abortion will be hardest for women who can’t afford to travel to states where it remains legal. If social services are gutted, low-income women—disproportionately women of color—will be the ones with no place to go if they’re abused or homeless. If Obamacare is repealed, there goes medical care—including no-co-pay birth control and mammograms—for millions of women.
But white women, even if prosperous, may also find that their pedestal is shakier than they thought. Those women have unwanted and catastrophic pregnancies, too. They too are abused by partners, sexually assaulted, passed over for the good jobs, or have LGBTQ kids they love who may soon be deprived of their civil rights. Those white women, like the rest of us, now live in a country where the public humiliation of women has the White House seal of approval. They might not like having their divorces and their discrimination suits and their rape cases decided by judges and juries marinated in those views."
Read more here 

Here is another great article Garrison Keillor: Whoa, The Joke Came True . I could have not said better myself. Yes, the swamp was elected, because a lot of people are so emotionally blind. "He promised the swamp would be drained, Was elected, said "Rain!" and it rained --- Eighty thousand Trump voters in three states gave us this man, which goes to show you how much damage a few people can do. It takes 12 million to provide health care, 3 million to run the public schools, but 19 men with box cutters can turn the country upside down and empower the paranoid right and create the pretense for wars that will cost billions and kill a million people and give us a permanent army of blue uniforms yelling at us to take off our shoes and put our laptops into plastic trays." Read more here

Evil is born a new with each new generation.

If you like to read more about my experience with a mob of sociopaths also read my blog post Experienced Knowledge 

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