It is an afterthought homage puff piece to men for fighting and dying in real war, and a heaping helping of praise on women as an entire gender on how, in one isolated recorded event in history, a group of women acted morally superior in mind and collective conscience.
In the Siege of Weinsberg a group of courageous, aristocratically-inspired women strategically positioned themselves to win an historical treaty based on their higher judgment and graciously benevolent disposition.
The Romans had been at war since before Christ and remained so until the very last dying breath of the Roman Empire. Rome ended in total collapse hundreds of years later, and an untold number of men perished.
And in all that time, Ms. Hee von Sax was able to heap credit upon the entire female sex as being “heroes” equating them with the only women in recorded history to have ever rescued Bavarian soldiers to safety by carrying them on their backs and out of The Weinsberg Siege.
This wasn’t an everyday occurrence during any war, but a once in a millennia anomaly. Events of such heroic greatness carried out by women such as these hardly exist anywhere throughout the throngs of history.
And instead of heaping praise on the unnamed, countless men who died in vain in large numbers, Ms. Hee von Sax chose to impress upon us her critique of a magic age in which some women saved a group of men, illustrating all women as “amazing and daring”:
“A touching true story without a doubt but why did I choose to retell it? Did I choose it to show how amazing women are, how daring and caring? Or did I choose it for its sentimental value, to depict a time where the relationship between men and women seems to have still been one of worth and love?
Certainly both questions I can answer with a bit of a yes, for women can be amazing when they put their heart and soul into it, as do I feel sentimental while revisiting this event, which appears to show there has been a better time once, without gender warfare, yet the true answer is still a very different one.”
Note: Always remember that it is a moral imperative that when presenting an historical lesson on men’s contributions to the whole of mankind and civilization through the past into the present, women must always be given recognition for being women simply by virtue of having a vagina and nothing else.
Jokes aside, the gender warfare she speaks of, or absence thereof during The Siege of Weinsberg albeit ceases to exist in times of extreme hardship and strife. The sole reason women engage in tribal warfare against men in the current age is because they are comfortable, well-fed and have economic security and the full backing of the State.
Women today are not forced to survive by men as they have the State and all its welfare programs and social safety nets in place upon which they eagerly and gainfully subsist e.g. affirmative action, alimony and child support, food stamps, welfare checks, birth control, government housing and so on.
Men and women will coexist in harmony in a “relationship of love” when there is a guiding force of nature that wills them in the direction of survival. When women come to depend on men and vice versa in times of extreme hardship to forge on a “union of love” it is because their gender roles are at the forefront of their survival and not in spite of them.
The male instinct kicks into overdrive to protect the women and children, and the female instinct kicks into overdrive to depend on men for their survival. This is our nature and as such, it is in our genetic makeup.
“No more being carried to safety, no more special treatment – women wished to be equal, and a time is rising where they will feel what it means to be an equal to a man, and will come to struggle hard to pull even remotely close to this, as quite frankly, they are not men…”
As much as she wishes to effectively cancel out women’s fluffy rainbow and unicorn delusions of being equal to men, she has forgotten that women have not and will never struggle nearly a fraction of what men have endured throughout time since the entire being of man has come into existence.
Women will never be equal to men, no matter how much nihilistic rejection and banishment the MGTOW crowd wants to curse upon them. At the end of the day, men are still doing all that is required to prop up women in every facet of their entire pampered existence. Men are forcibly resigning half their assets in divorce and men are being taxed to pay for their college loans, handouts and birth control—meanwhile men are doubly being socially degraded by women who use them to prop up their own narcissistic self-importance as Ms. Hee von Sax does so in this essay.
“But there is one more thing still the events of Weinsberg can teach us, and this is that in times where our menfolk are in danger, we have to come through for them.”
One significant point Ms. Hee von Sax has made that I can actually agree with is that when men are in danger, women have to come through for them.
However, the fact that the women of Weinsberg carried their men to safety is a statistically insignificant incongruity. The common woman existing in today’s climate Ms. Hee von Sax is pleading to to “come through for our menfolk” doesn’t have the moral duty, determination or incentive to save men from any injustice that is being inflicted upon them. Women today are instead rushing to the ranks of the other side as they’re abandoning men in droves.
Modern women will never emulate the royal aristocratic mindset the women of Weinsberg summoned amongst them to carry their “menfolk” out of danger on their backs to safety—they’re too busy taking selfies in their underwear and charging Louboutins on their maxed out credit cards to bother to care.
“Ignorance and silence can be considered equal to if those women of Weinsberg would have just left the fortress with their dresses and knickknacks, leaving the men to their suffering.”
Once again, Ms. Hee von Sax is correct in her assertion that our ignorance and silence as women would then be considered to equal that of the current age because throughout time, women have done just that—abandoned men who are on the losing side to join the winning side because it is in their survival instincts to do so (aka hypergamy). After all, German women had sex with Polish soldiers in WWII and vice versa.
A prime example of this is the widespread abandoning of men that today’s women determine are “losers” to defect to what they what they perceive to be “winners” (ditching the starter husband for an upgrade) is what women will do when encouraged and unrestrained, i.e. divorce—the subject matter in the latter portion of Ms. Hee von Sax’s piece upon which she continues to wax poetic.
I commented giving a short critique of the piece and unsurprisingly I was soon met with some vague hostility in the form of “hurt feelz and teh womenz are specialz” by no less than, you guessed it, a woman herself!
“In this special and singularly isolated case that barely exists contextually in any other instance throughout the history of the world, teh womynz deserve to recognized for being good people!”
Give me a flipping break. This is what women actually believe. They believe they deserve a participation trophy and overflowing collective praise for what men have dared to accomplish throughout the entire history of human existence. “Who gives a damn what the men did, look at what we women did even though we were hardly there at all!”
The more you pull the layers back, the more women like this nasty creature will reveal themselves. When the mask comes off, they don’t care about men and their constant struggles in trying to provide for us, they only care about what they can gain from these struggles.
If women want genuine praise, they need to go back to raising families, supporting their husbands and children, and caring about their communities as a shared moral duty—and they need to stop demanding recognition for events and instances of the past and present that have long since been taken to task and accomplished by men.
Here’s what I think of your participation trophy mentality, ladies. Sorry, but you don’t get to take away any recognition from men just because you are a woman and have a vagina:
In the real world and in nature, not everyone gets a gold star, nor should they. Ever.