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  • Deplorable B Woodman

    ANY female has to be prettier than Harvey Weinstein. Well, most of them, anyway.

    • JSStryker

      Yeah Rosie O’D, Cankels Clinton, Rosanne B, and Ashley J all come immediately to mind

    • JackDeth 72

      Bella Abzug, Barbara Mikulski, Donna Shalala and Janet Reno…

      I rest my case.

      There’s Eye and Mind Bleach available in the lobby.

      For I am a Benevolent Tyrant.

    • Merle

      I dn’t know about that – remember Janet Reno? 🙂

  • Halley

    “Lotta Skin” sounds like she’s a most interesting character…

    • Larry

      I don’t know about that…Jabba the Hutt had a “lotta skin” too but I wouldn’t want to see him in a bikini. :p

  • formwiz

    If you look at any feminist breast rally (pick your favorite cause), you see, as Zed notes, a lotta skin there, too; much of it unattractive.

    Let us not err on the side of many revisionist “historical” cinematic epics of the last half century (has it been that long) and assume the worst of the 18th century, while casting aside the beauty shown by Boucher and Fragonard, but show Sam in the light of the great masters.

  • KenH

    Yeah….
    Gotta say, Sammy, aint all that amusing analogy

  • WayneM

    I’m trying to imagine a world of female Weinsteins and the sheer volume of repulsiveness is beyond anything and then some… And how shocking that most of Hollyweird are now pretending outrage over something they created and curated for many, many years…

    • Interventor

      Good way to reduce population.

  • M’kay, I must admit to curiosity on how this will portend.

  • Ozymandius

    Nancy Pelosi

  • Lucius Severus Pertinax

    Boucher and Fragonard,?
    Try Bouguereau and Falero 😉

  • silvergreycat

    I don’t think Abigail Adams had this in mind when she wrote…* I long to hear that you have declared an independency — and by the way in the new Code of Laws which I suppose it will be necessary for you to make I desire you would Remember the Ladies, and be more generous and favourable to them than your ancestors. Do not put such unlimited power into the hands of the Husbands. Remember all Men would be tyrants if they could. If perticuliar care and attention is not paid to the Laidies we are determined to foment a Rebelion, and will not hold ourselves bound by any Laws in which we have no voice, or Representation.

    That your Sex are Naturally Tyrannical is a Truth so thoroughly established as to admit of no dispute, but such of you as wish to be happy willingly give up the harsh title of Master for the more tender and endearing one of Friend. Why then, not put it out of the power of the vicious and the Lawless to use us with cruelty and indignity with impunity. Men of Sense in all Ages abhor those customs which treat us only as the vassals of your Sex. Regard us then as Beings placed by providence under your protection and in immitation of the Supreem Being make use of that power only for our happiness.*

    Source… https://www.masshist.org/digitaladams/archive/doc?id=L17760331aa

    • GruntGI

      Yup, I had a long discussion about this passage with my +1.
      Even our ForeMOTHERS were pretty wise.

      I think this passage started getting a lot of traction when “Hamilton” first hit it big and they had a song about “including us in the sequel” when Jefferson was writing the Declaration of Independence.

      Of course, I personally do not consider “lotta skin here” to be a downside considering it’s the DBD ladies. Fat, ugly, bitter liberal harpies, yes….but Sam, Jan, Naomi, and even Skye…nope.

      I think Samantha Adams will surprise us with her wit, insight, and snark….amongst other things.

  • Keith

    Even Bill Clinton broke his silence on Weinstein. He said, “No woman deserves to be raped by and ugly man!”
    Shamelessly stolen from Stilton Jarlsberg. http://stiltonsplace.blogspot.com/

    • eon

      Of course, Bill does not define himself as “ugly”.

      That’s OK. I don’t define him as a “man”.

      “Overaged frat boy” comes more to my mind.

      clear ether

      eon

    • Pamela

      What! He thinks women deserve to be raped by a man that considers himself to be good looking?

      • eon

        More like he personally is doing a woman a favor by deigning to whip out his Johnson on her.

        He’s an egotistical narcissist, like The One. All such think they are God’s gift to whatever it is that they lust after-women, power, etc. It’s what they do.

        clear ether

        eon

  • Peet

    Andrea Dworkin
    Trigglypuff

  • Tom Stockton

    silvergraycat,

    I’ve never heard that Abigail Adams statement. Very interesting, and very perceptive. It’s too bad her words went relatively unheeded for so long.

    I will point out that I believe the “tyrannical” part should apply to almost every human being — “Power corrupts; absolute power corrupts absolutely.” (Don’t recall the source…) We, male and female, SHOULD work together as partners, not “Master” and “Servant”. The Missus and I have worked together for 34+ years, and we’ve done pretty well…

    Regards,
    Tom Stockton

    • cfm56dash7

      Lord Acton

      • Interventor

        First Lord Acton. I met the fourth.

    • silvergreycat

      Tom,

      *I’ve never heard that Abigail Adams statement. Very interesting, and very perceptive. It’s too bad her words went relatively unheeded for so long.* Here’s John’s response and her reply… http://www.mass.gov/courts/court-info/sjc/edu-res-center/jn-adams/remember-the-ladies.html

      *I will point out that I believe the “tyrannical” part should apply to almost every human being…We, male and female, SHOULD work together as partners, not “Master” and “Servant”.* Agreed.

      *The Missus and I have worked together for 34+ years, and we’ve done pretty well…* Congratulations!!!

      *Regards*…Likewise.

    • silvergreycat

      Tom,

      *…“Power corrupts; absolute power corrupts absolutely.” (Don’t recall the source…) * Lord Acton, writing to Archbishop Creighton, 5 April 1887…* Power tends to corrupt and absolute power corrupts absolutely. Great men are almost always bad men, even when they exercise influence and not authority: still more when you superadd the tendency or the certainty of corruption by authority. There is no worse heresy than that the office sanctifies the holder of it…and the end learns to justify the means.

      …Quite frankly, I think there is no greater error. The inflexible integrity of the moral code is, to me, the secret of the authority, the dignity, the utility of history. If we may debase the currency for the sake of genius, or success, or rank, or reputation, we may debase it for the sake of a man’s influence, of his religion, of his party, of the good cause which prospers by his credit and suffers by his disgrace. Then history ceases to be a science, an arbiter of controversy, a guide of the wanderer, the upholder of that moral standard which the powers of earth, and religion itself, tend constantly to depress. It serves where it ought to reign; and it serves the worst better than the purest.*

      Source… http://oll.libertyfund.org/titles/acton-acton-creighton-correspondence#lf1524_label_010

  • Tom Stockton

    Oh, and on a different topic — as far as “unwanted” nudity, just go to any nude beach. A lot of folks there NEED to put their clothes back on…

    Looking forward to the premiere of Redvolution1776!

    Regards,
    Tom Stockton

    • Pamela

      Look at it this way Tom, some sights are built in birth control…

  • David M

    Chris, clearly this is Political Science Fiction because NO Progressive cesspool will survive and rule for 200 years. It will either collapse from within, or rebels will put them down by force. Just saying.

    Nonetheless, I can’t wait to read/see this fantabulous Exciting Adventure.

    Also, will this be similar to Steam Punk, or more of a Steam Conservative?????

    Inquiring minds want to know…

    • BeijaFlor

      @ David M — It should be steamy, in either case. 😉

      • David M

        Steamy is Good!
        Looking forward to it!

    • Henry

      The problem is that as each progressive cesspool collapses, it is almost invariably replaced by another progressive cesspool. Doesn’t matter which one of them you are living under at any given time, it’s still toxic.

  • Ian Innes

    Can’ wait to see the pictures.

  • Halley

    Instead of focusing on Horndog Harvey, shouldn’t law enforcement be more concerned about all the Enemedia top brass who, logic seems to dictate, must also have been bribed into silence? Just how and why did the MSM/DNC so totally fail to report on the worst kept secret in Hollywood for decades? Must’ve cost Harvey a very pretty penny. I wonder if bribery is still illegal…?

    • JTC

      ” Just how and why did the MSM/DNC so totally fail to report …”

      I realize you’re being rhetorical, but that question answers itself.

      Drilling down to expose the “top brass” not only for their silence but for their active participation is NOT a vein they want to tap into.

      There are many kinds of “bribery” and preventing that truth coming out is while while old Harvey is being not just thrown but STUFFED under the bus by so many who are so vulnerable. A whiff of that came out with Affleck’s fast backtrack…there are many many other particpants, enablers, recipients, and protectors. Which is why further exposure will not be forthcoming, except for the parade of “victims” ala Cosby. Pretty much all of the entertainment world, leftists, elites, etc. lust to rub shoulders with these twisted psychotics…and that list encompasses all of what we call MSM, they’re not about to publicize their own felony depravity. But God’ll get ’em.

      Oh, and y’all listing all those horrid beings in response to BW saying all females would be less fugly than Weinstein…note that he specified “female” whereas most of the listed things arguably do not fall into that category.

      • Halley

        Yes, rhetorical. But it gets me that Democrat operatives disguised as journalists get to run the only business in the USA immune from the rule of law. They can slander, libel, cover up crimes, lie for a political cause they’ve taken bribes from – and all they need do is scream “First Amendment” and somehow criminal corruption/collusion evaporates into “freedom of the press”. No way the Founders intended anything like that.

    • Henry

      Nobody is going to ask that question. England actually had a pedophile ring in Parliament; plenty of people must have known about it, and nobody did squat. Say what you like about the Hollywood executive class, but (unlike politicians and police) they have no expected professional duty to uphold or enforce the law. If lawgivers and law enforcers don’t police themselves, it’s foolish to expect it of anyone else.

  • gruundehn

    In this proposed world, do Japanese men fear to get onto mass transit because they will get constantly molested?

    • eon

      In such a world, there would be no “mass transit” in Japan. Because Perry’s 1854 mission to open the country (which up to then had refused foreign trade and executed shipwrecked mariners) would never have been sent.

      Everything “modern” about Japan was developed after about 1860, following the end of the 300-year Tokugawa shogunate period and the Meiji (Imperial family) restoration, both consequences of the American mission.

      No American mission in 1854- no mass transit in Japan in 2017. Probably not even steam power.

      And oh yes, armies commanded by samurai and armed with Portuguese-type smoothbore snapping matchlocks;

      https://cdn.globalauctionplatform.com/cf6d1edf-a17e-4f3f-a238-a4ab00e6b2fc/f83dff70-a6aa-451e-a416-34c7ff63e3f4/original.jpg

      Not exactly “cyberpunk”. Closer to Kurosawa’s Ran or the Hidden Fortress.

      clear ether

      eon

  • JTC

    I dunno, Red has said this is an “alternate history” beginning in 1776.

    Ignoring for a moment the question of how the decidedly non-matriarchal society building efforts and events of the 170 or so years leading up to 1776 suddenly results in one, Zed’s calling a story of one lasting 241 years fiction is dead on.

    Feminists have claimed for decades now that patriarchal nation building and subsequent world building has been such a failure that it’s now their turn. Easy to say, but that would be a path to almost immediate ruination and conquest…just as it would have in 1776.

    Discussion of American involvement in events of 1854 are moot, as there would have been no America for quite some time before that, and there would have been no New World, just an annexing of the old one…to what end we can only surmise.

    But it will be interesting to see what alternate Redvolutional history comes from the mind and pen of the resident artist/storyteller, as narrated by Red herself!

  • gruundehn

    I see no one got the joke, lame as it is.

  • Aldo Cella

    So when does ‘Coming Soon’ turn into ‘Here Now!’, Chris? We want our Redvolution! 😀

  • Ray Van Dune

    Looks like Zed cleaned up his act and stood a little closer to the razor this morning, hmmm?