The entitlement syndrome


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18 May 2006

The most annoying thing about modern women is their sense of entitlement with regards to everything.

Feminists as a whole have a sincere belief that they are entitled to having society – and in particular men and taxpayers – adapt to and support their absurd beliefs. They feel women are entitled to murder their unborn babies if they can’t be bothered look after them, with the taxpayers picking up the bill. The feel entitled to maternity leave on full-pay, compensation if their feelings are ‘hurt’ in the workplace, jobs they’re not qualified for through positive discrimination. They feel the world not only owes them a living but that it owes them a comfortable and responsibility-free life as well, and they feel entitled to carry on whining even when they’ve largely achieved this.

It is in individual women, however, where we see the entitlement syndrome most glaringly.

For one thing, they feel entitled to a husband. If (usually at about the age of 30 when the dates are drying up and the novelty of a career has worn off) a woman decides that she wants a husband, then she feels entitled to one. Full stop. Doesn’t matter if she would make a crap wife, if no man in his right mind (or wrong one for that matter) could possibly tolerate her, or that she’s old or a slut or has an ugly great tramp stamp; no, she wants a hubby, so she is “entitled” to one. In fact women don’t even feel that they should have to go out and find a husband, men should come and chat her up and propose, and if they don’t, cue another tantrum interspersed with some shaming language along the lines of “men are just intimidated by bitter old career skanks like me.”

After all, her friend/sister got married last month (“and the wedding was wonderful!”), the woman in that romantic comedy, the one with whatsisname in it, the puff with the floppy hair, she got married at the end of the film, and Oprah fucking Winfrey says “You’re special, the Universe revolves around you, men should feel privileged to spend time with you” so therefore she feels there has been a grave injustice if a husband doesn’t promptly turn up. The feminist crap about us men being useless and in need of a woman only adds to their feelings of outrage if Mr Right refuses to make her Mrs Right.

I heard a couple of women in my workplace discuss a wealthy fifty-something senior executive at the company who is a lifelong bachelor. The guy had a long-term girlfriend a while ago but she left him because he refused to bow down to her demands to get married. The two women both agreed that this guy had refused to get married to protect his money, because he could have lost it all in the event of a divorce. “Good on him,” I declared, butting in, and the two women promptly denounced me as “cynical”, “selfish” and “unromantic”, and applied such condemnations to the fifty-something bachelor.

So these women (both thirty-something spinsters of the “there are no good men left” attitude) admitted and accepted that a guy risks all his assets and money by getting married, that he could lose most or all of it in the event of a divorce, yet they still thought it infuriating that guys are reluctant (or flat out refuse) to get married.

“Marriage is indeed a big risk for you men,” they seem to think, “with little or no benefits for you, but it’s great for us women, so damn well marry us will you! How dare you put your own interests above ours!”

Then there’s their belief that they are entitled to most – or everything – in a divorce. They honestly think that they are owed the assets their husbands worked for. It’s not just because they can clean you out, it’s because they seem to sincerely think that, just because they were married to you for a while, and even though they may have contributed little or nothing to the marriage (as is the case with most lazy, poorly domesticated women these days) they believe they have a rightful claim to most or all of what you earned with your own sweat and labour.

For example, one of my friends worked for a solicitors, dealing with divorce cases, and told me of a case whereby a woman had stopped her husband – who she was in the process of divorcing – from selling his house even though she contributed nothing to it. This guy had bought his house when he was young and paid the mortgage off within ten-years, primarily with inheritance from his late father. This was all before he met his wife, who left him after four-years (apparently is was the usual case of her not being happy with him, not emotionally fulfilled, blah blah blah.) She went to live with her mother and during divorce proceedings found out her estranged husband was going to sell his house and move abroad. She successfully had a judge put a legal block on the guy selling his house before the divorce was finalised in case it was ruled the woman was entitled to some (or even all) of the proceeds. Fortunately it worked out okay for the guy; although his ex-wife got a few investment bonds and the car, the guy got the house in full and presumably sold it and went abroad.

What is most alarming about this woman, aside from her greed, is how she clearly felt that she was somehow entitled to a house that she did not pay for in any way. I can honestly imagine this woman being furious and genuinely indignant when told she could not have any of the proceeds from the sale of a house someone else paid for.

Then there was a female colleague of mine who I overheard explaining how she was fighting her former in-laws for the proceeds of her ex-husband’s insurance. This woman had cheated on her ex-husband and eventually divorced him (only when he found out she was cheating on him though.) She naturally got the house, furniture and the two kids, then got her new lover to move in then married him. Her ex-husband went to live with his parents and, a year after the divorce, committed suicide. He had a life policy whereby the funds (about £20K I believe) were paid out even though he took his own life. The guy had changed the beneficiary from his ex-wife to his parents, so his ex-wife, my colleague, had got a solicitor and was fighting for the insurance pay-out. I don’t know if she was successful (I got another job not long afterwards) but I could tell this woman genuinely and honestly felt that she was owed this insurance money, that she was annoyed that her ex had removed her as beneficiary of his insurance policy. She stole his children, house, dignity and, indirectly, his life, and now she was trying to steal the proceeds of his life insurance now that he had killed himself and clearly felt, by rights, it was hers! I mean, this bitch was honestly infuriated that her former in-laws disputed her claim on the money.

This is why when women divorce you they are even more greedy, more disgusting and more amoral than a common burglar. After all, deep down, even burglars know they’re not actually entitled to the stuff they pinch.

I’ve even seen websites designed for divorcing women that gives professional tips on how to track down hidden assets, in case their husbands may be trying to hide savings or property during divorce cases. These websites are filled with indignation in their introductions as they talk of how men may hide assets before giving tips on how to root out these assets. You can tell how the women who produce and use such websites are absolutely outraged and offended that men may try to hide money to stop women from pinching it. “How dare they!” these women clearly squeal at the idea of a man trying to protect his finances from a thieving whore of an ex-wife.

Again, this marks them as lower than a burglar who wants to break into your house and swipe your DVD player, because a burglar, at least, will not be genuinely outraged and offended to discover that most people lock their doors, thus forcing them to break in through a window.

Ask a divorced woman whether she believes herself to be entitled to the money she gets off of her ex-husband, or the house she stole from him that he paid for, and virtually all will say “Yes.” In fact, thinking about it, most probably wouldn’t even reply, they would just blink in confusion, unable to comprehend that anyone could question their sense of entitlement to the earnings and assets someone else worked hard to earn. Women will also feel that they have a right to steal man’s children after she has ditched him, that it is outrageous a man should have any say in the lives of his children, even when he’s the one coughing up Child Support.

Likewise with single mothers on benefits; they assume that society owes them a house and benefits, that it’s somehow right that hardworking taxpayers support them and their bastard offspring, and how dare anyone even think of reducing those big welfare hand-outs.

The most disgusting sense of entitlement can be seen in these repulsive Single Mothers By Choice, who get pregnant to some poor sod or, increasingly, pop to the sperm bank, and have a kid that will never have a father. These vile skanks decide they want a child, and the fact that children need fathers does not in any way discourage them for believing that, because they want a child, they will damn well have one. There are moves to force tax-payers to pick up the medical bills for women having children this way, just as we already pay them benefits once they’ve had their bastard. When you combine this with proposals that have been made that will force men to give up half their pensions to ex-wives, the sense of almost psychopathic amorality and greed shown by modern women and feminists is staggering.

A lot of the reason for women’s sense of entitlement is, of course, pathetic manginas and treacherous anti-male politicians and lawyers who pander to women, who have spoilt them for decades with endless privileges and benefits, mostly to the detriment of us men. A lot of it also because women have little or no natural sense of justice and fairness. They feel they should have whatever they want, and will change the rules as they go along. Things only got bad when society decided to actually let them change the rules and made the mistake of treating them as if they were as logical and as consistent in their judgement as men.

This is why us men have to remain single, avoiding marriage and even co-habiting. Women not only can steal most of what we will have worked hard for, they will feel they damn well have a right to do so. And the courts will agree with them too.

Furthermore, staying single will ensure modern women get the only thing they are truly entitled to: our absence.

posted by Duncan Idaho @ 7:36 PM
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  1. […] Feminists as a whole have a sincere belief that they are entitled to having society – and in particular men and taxpayers – adapt to and support their absurd beliefs. They feel women are entitled to murder their unborn babies if they can’t be bothered look after them, with the taxpayers picking up the bill. The feel entitled to maternity leave on full-pay, compensation if their feelings are ‘hurt’ in the workplace, jobs they’re not qualified for through positive discrimination. They feel the world not only owes them a living but that it owes them a comfortable and responsibility-free life as well, and they feel entitled to carry on whining even when they’ve largely achieved this. […]

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