Friday, July 8, 2011

The Manipulated Man by Esther Villain

She makes an excellent attempt to manipulate them even further!

Esther Vilar makes excellent points in her book, "The Manipulated Man".

JUST KIDDING!


Rather than do a clumsy review of her book: and find flaws with two or three sentences like the manbozo did, I find flaws with at least 5 and perhaps 6 sentences. And instead of being on the side of feminism like manbozo, I am on the side of men.

BAD THINGS:


From The Slaves Happiness

After boring the reader with a purely hypothetical scenario about a man helping a woman change a flat tire, in Esther's warped mind, she claims that such a man would mumble:

"Women! One's more stupid than the next"

Since the scenario is purely hypothetical, it reveals NOTHING about men and women. Such is typical of academics and scholars: they live sheltered lives on college campuses and never get laid: unless they are blowing some fag in a soft sweater to drive their GPA up.

Notice also how derogatory this is to men: Men get pissed off at people they help (i.e. nice guys aren't really nice) this is feminism 101.

It does reveals something about Esther herself: she believes that men look down on women and although they frequently help women: and only women: they secretly hate women: or consider themselves to be superior to women. This does not reveal any man's attitude towards women. It reveals that Esther Vilar has an inferiority complex towards men: as well she should. The average man is smarter and stronger than her: as well as being morally superior to her: as most tend not to be manipulative cunts like Esther.

As she later puts it, "Almost any man would have behaved in the same manner". Bullshit.

Overall, the story holds no merit: I have changed many flat tires in my day: at worst: I spilled beer on my hands while the woman I was with did what I told her to do.


"Women let men work for them, think for them and take on their responsibilities - in fact, they exploit them."

This sentence is very clever indeed. Women let men think for them. I smell feminism at work here: there is no creature on earth that is capable of having another creature "think" for it: to suggest otherwise is in effect an attempt to remove responsibility for their actions.

Notice also that the sentence makes no mention of women's cerebration (their thinking) being used to manipulate men: the very title of the book. Esther Vilar is a fucking retard.


"It is true that men love women, but they also despise them."

Bullshit: well: I do: definitely: this is not true of most men: misogynists are not born: they are made. Yes, that actually came from an MRA (mentally retarded asswipe). Even a broken clock is correct twice a day.

"If women really felt oppressed by men, they would have developed hate and fear for them, as the oppressed always do, but women do not fear men, much less hate them. If they really felt humiliated by men's mental superiority, they would have used every means in their power to change the situation. If women really felt unfree, surely, at such a favorable time in their history, they would have broken free of their oppressors."

This is just laughable: women do hate men: it is called an inferiority complex. All the screaming and bitching women have done since the 1960's did not stem from a sense of oppression: it stemmed from an inferiority complex. Esther Vilar is fooling herself (or is she manipulating the men (faggots) who believe this crap). Notice her Freudian slip "felt humiliated by men's mental superiority".

"Whatever men set about to impress women with, counts for nothing in the world of women. Only another woman is of importance in her world."

Good: this is true: it is because women are herd animals: being individuals is irrelevant: being part of the herd is important.  Also notice this conflicts with the sentence below (women do not want to please men, but other women).

"Of course woman wants to please man as well: don't let us forget, after all, that he provides the material means."

Wrong: this suggests that women are actually willing to give as well as take: bullshit: women are takers: they never want to give: ever: even if it is something as meaningless and emotionally detached to them as sexual intercourse.

Also, notice that women take extreme satisfaction in every aspect of male suffering: from a man being castrated to being beat by his wife or another man (like the police after she falsely claims that her husband was beating her). Women have no interest in pleasing any man. A lot of women want to inflict pain and misery on a man. Those women that do not: get a thrill from watching those who do. Fucking live with it.

At some point in the book (forgive me, I'd provide you with a chapter, but I have already used the book to wipe my ass), she turns against the Abrahamic religions (specifically Christianity) like a good little feminazi. It never stops killing my wood: how often these "pro-male" bitches have oh so much in common with their feminazi counter-parts.

GOOD POINTS:


There are none. The entire book is a pile of steaming cow shit. I feel sorry for people who read it: including myself. I feel even more sorrier for people who take this bimbo's crap seriously: like Mentally Retarded Asswipes taking part in the Mental Retard Movement.

Esther Vilar
Esthar Vilar, you suck.

I hope you die soon. You are just another fucked up feminazi-cunt-bitch playing acadamia nut-case games with gender relations. Fuck you for writing such a shitty book.

I hope you rot in hell bitch.

9 comments:

  1. Yeah, I know that this book is somewhat iconic in the "manosphere", but to be honest, I did not like it.

    I do believe that she makes some good points about how men are expected to lay their lives on the line for women - but that is the only good point she makes.

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  2. You seem PRETTY pissed off at a buch of bs! The most INeffective way to express your intellectual distaste.....is tactfully with poise....or people will think YOU need the medication! Lol
    I personally agree with a good deal of what she says and until I can find a woman that can refute it logially and reasonably her input is null and void ! Men do TOO much to be so DISrespected . Its TOO obvious! As as long as women continue the give me the look...like "what are you talking about I haven't the slightest idea of what ur talking about " I will continue to view it as a very effective strategy propagated by women. Because its TOO obvious ...go tell it to someone else

    WOMEN ! Explain yourselves if the lady is wrong...heaping insults and humor intended the cause inadequacy doe NOT work here. Let's be logical

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  3. Just who is the victim of a woman (or several women), knows what the resplendent Esther Villar wrote this book. The woman is emotionally overwhelming. Several wars occurred in ancient times by the greed of the female figure. This power of woman go crazy men always destroy those who dare to poison the woman's delight.

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  4. The point she was making about mental inferiority was that if women had ever cared that men were superior intellectually, then they would have made attempts to become smarter themselves.

    In times of conflict, they like to remain inactive and let the men think for them, so that in the end they are absolved of responsibility.

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  5. Learn to write a coherent sentence before you criticize, dumbfuck.

    Jeez.

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  6. I don't expect women would like this book. Haha Just go to the mall or coffee shops and hear the women cackle about nothing, and then you understand the book is spot on.

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  7. Sorry; i thought the book was a rather interesting read. And it does seem to reflect reality of a great number of my peers in a european western country. The fact that Esther Vilar was outcasted and threatened after publication, only further indicates her bravery in writing to me.

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  8. Sorry; i thought the book was a rather interesting read. And it does seem to reflect reality of a great number of my peers in a european western country. The fact that Esther Vilar was outcasted and threatened after publication, only further indicates her bravery in writing to me.

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