The Tale of Two Worlds
There are two worlds that exist side by side. In one of these worlds (mainly Third World but also some parts of Western countries), men are brutal, oppressive and severely abusive; women are warm and loving; and the men are brutally dominating the women. In another of these worlds (mainly the Western feminist cultures), men are gentelmantly, loving and generous; women are shrill, malicious and nasty; and the women are abusively dominating the men.
On the feminist side of town, anything is seen as abuse, and men lose their jobs for something as little as telling a co-worker that she is pretty. On the patriarchial side of town, men not only get away with severe abuses against women but think that their country, their religion, their tradition or their gender demands the same. In both cases what we see is a vast injustice. And there is a way to fix both injustices at once without even involving the military or the government.
What am I talking about? Well let's look at recent history. In not-so-distant past, America had the world's best businesspeople and hateful, overly demanding workers; China had the world's best workers and a grossly incompetent management. When American business got together with Chinese workers, the results were spectacular. Over a billion people rose out of abject poverty in three decades. Consumers got better and cheaper products. And business experienced a vast growth, to the point that the stock market capitalization rose ten times.
What I advocate therefore is a similar reality-based solution, and that is: Create a large-scale international flux for intermarriage. Allow the better men in the mix (ones in liberal Western cultures) and the better women in the mix (ones in Third World-type patriarchial situations) to come together for relationships. This will carry a number of benefits, including:
- Better relationships for both parties than they could expect to have with the other gender at home;
- A real-world reward for better treatment of one's partner;
- And a real-world incentive placed upon the offending parties in each culture to conduct themselves in a better way.
America's toxic feminists won't knock it off with their nasty behavior unless they have to. The same is the case with the genuinely abusive men. There is only one way in which they would knock it off with that kind of behavior, and that is if they know that the people who are likely to be their victims are not limited in their choices to them and can go elsewhere to be with partners who would treat them better.
The more Western liberal-minded men go with women from cultures such as Middle East, Latin America and Eastern Europe, the better will be the lot both of the men and of the women who stand to be involved in the mix. The more the willingness to be good to other gender will be rewarded rather than taken advantage of, as is the goodwill of Western liberal men by the practicioners of toxic feminism and as is the goodwill of women in overtly patriarchial cultures by the men in those cultures. The more there will be a sense of perspective given to the people in the cultures involved; and the more there will be a reason for men in patriarchial cultures to be better to women and for women in feminist cultures to be better to men.
The best aspect of real-world mechanisms for solving injustices is that they can be made to take place with minimum of resource expenditure. People will naturally gravitate toward those who would treat them better, in the same way as in global economy business naturally gravitates toward better workers. A global intercultural flux for intermarriage will reward men who are willing to be good to women and women who are willing to be good to men. And that will create better relationships and, over the long run, better qualities in both genders.