It’s from 2013. Brazil’s current presidential candidate Jair Bolsonaro is accosted by a hostile female journalist. He tells her: “A few days ago you called me a rapist, in the Green Room. And I said I wouldn’t rape you because you’re not worthy of it.”
There are two kinds of women. Arrange your life so that it includes solely ones who never bait men into violence and thus you are never put into a position of having to clean up their mess.
She escalates. Bolsonaro effectively calls her ugly and sticks his finger in her face. She says that she’d slap him and enters his personal space. He fires back: “Slap me and I will slap you.” He pushes her back and calls her a slut. She melts down at this point, repeating the same phrase something like twenty times in a row.
As goes the saying: when the cat’s away, the mice come out and play. Liberal politics have devolved into post-Obama absurdities which I wouldn’t call “Hard Left.” Hard Left was Lenin and Che Guevara. What today is manifested as the hard edge of Leftism — pronoun etiquette, Antifa, anti-racism, transgender consciousness, and belligerent feminism — is certainly financed by the same actors who funded Lenin, it destroys innocent lives (which liberals high-five each other over), and it most definitely has the potential to develop into a hard political force. But it’s not there now. It’s larval stage of Left wing revolution: poking harder at traditional White societies because we looked weak when they poked softly. Much of this apparent weakness is our side’s refusal to engage — the cat ignoring the mice, which therefore get bolder and nastier.
Decades of Republican cuckservatism relied on such a misguided magnanimity. Go along with the MLK myth, nominate Bob Dole, give blacks what they demand, suffer the feminists, decline to articulate the collective interest of Whites as such. The result was the two Obama terms. Everything changed when Donald Trump batted the mouse with “Only Rosie O’Donnell.”
The feminist is fearless, she juts her chin onto male zone of aggression and publicly challenges Bolsonaro’s honor because she expects impunity. Doing so, she forfeit the protection of chivalry beyond the prohibition on full-power strikes.