Monday, December 20, 2010

Skanky Man-Hating Witch Delivers Speech; Ignorant Morons and other F*cktards Confused and Frightened; Normal People go about Their Daily Lives.

Hanna RosinHanna Rosin recently produced a video on "The End of Men". While the video has many a f*cktard frightened and confused, normal people are simply shrugging their shoulders and saying, "Hanna Rosin - who cares what she says - she is a skanky self-deluded man-hating c*nt."


Reporters at "The Atlantic" clearly take what Hanna Rosin says seriously - which is particularly disturbing considering the fact that all the people who run "The Atlantic" are in theory full-grown adults.

The Atlantic Cover
The Atlantic Cover


As you can see from the cover above, Hanna Rosin's video is portrayed as being very scary and frightful. However, when MEN-Factor reporters examined another cover:

The Atlantic CoverThe Atlantic Cover


They noticed that "The Atlantic" was trying to blame the housing crisis on Christianity. Yes, you heard that right - unlike many people who blame the housing crisis on Negros, Jews, Hispanics, or whatever group of people they tend to be prejudiced against, "The Atlantic" decided to try a different angle; and blame an entire religion. After all, it's not like the banks giving out exploding interest loans like candy had anything to do with it - nope it was all those nasty Christian's fault. MEN-Factor reporters did not have the time or patience to bother reading the above garbage, but they wondered if the proposed solution to those nasty filthy Christians was to throw them to the lions...

The cover above is an excellent indicator that "The Atlantic" is yet another western publication that is run by f*cktards and morons - just like "The Washington Post".

The Atlantic Cover
The Atlantic Cover



Hanna RosinHanna Rosin video was allegedly viewed by some guy. MEN-Factor reporters allegedly interviewed that guy about Hanna Rosin's video. This is what he allegedly said, "Hanna Rosin said something? Who cares. I'd pay attention to a talking pile of dog feces before I paid attention to Hanna Rosin. It's too bad that the morons and f*cktards at 'The Atlantic' take a woman like that seriously - the editors need to go home and tell their parents that brothers and sisters aren't supposed to make babies."



Despite all the hype, we at the MEN-Factor have a very simple message for Hanna Rosin:

Hanna Rosin
Hanna Rosin

5 comments:

  1. We must once again apologize to our readers. There is still an error in our computers, and the image and caption of "Hanna Rosin" accidentally link to "Human Feces" on wikipedia.

    Sorry for any confusion.

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  2. I actually saw this video on Ted.com on YouTube. She seemed delighted about the fall of men and made quite a few jokes.

    I think she said something like "men are in the same position as women were back in the 1950's."

    Really? Are unemployed men all being financially supported by their wives? Are men the dominant force in the home and in their children's lives? Do they have control the majority of the household income? Do their wives want to have sex with them every night?

    Nope on all counts. But hey, if that situation ever arises then sign me up!

    One question I always ponder is if being a housewife is so awful then why aren't women ecstatic about men doing that same job? Maybe because not only are they finding that being a wage slave is not empowering but they know for a fact that household work was never as terrible as they claimed. Why should they work while he stays home and does nothing?

    Now we know why women waited on men hand and foot. Because in order to match what a husband did out in the world a woman had to do more at home than push a vacuum for a few minutes and set and extra place at dinner for her husband.

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  3. Well, I appreciate your stance Jean - however, my mom was a housewife, and there are many things involved - keeping track of school records, medical records, dental records - many others.

    I would not belittle the task of being a housewife, but at the same time - your point about labeling it as "oppression" (this is what you said - not in the same way, but it is what you were getting at I take it) is well taken.

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  4. Do your home work man. Hanna Rosin isn't man-hating. In fact the feminists hate Hanna Rosin for speaking out about the female priviliges that they want to deny.

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  5. @Anon: If I do my homework, and I do a good job - will you give me a unicorn sticker?

    Because if not, I am not going to bother.

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