Swedish Feminism - MGTOW Apr 17, 2016 21:48:06 GMT -5
Post by Bozur on Apr 17, 2016 21:48:06 GMT -5
Swedish Feminism - MGTOW
Today's video is brought to you by a donation from Michael from Grand Junction Colorado. And he sent me his donation as a Christmas gift for all my hard work. So I thought I'd give him a topic that's even more interesting then my usual ones. And that topic is Swedish Feminism. We've all heard the words from Julian Assange that Sweden is the Saudi Arabia of Feminism. We've all heard how it's a country that is attacking men and masculinity. But no one is discussing why this is happening in the first place? Why are militant feminists bent on destroying traditional masculinity in Sweden? How could this happen in what was the home to vikings? How did Sweden become a place with rampant gynocentrism and the center of the global gender war. I want to try and figure this issue out. So, as I a started pouring over the history of Sweden I found out that before industrialization Sweden was a place that had the truest form of gender equality I could find in recent history. With long winters and a landscape starved of sunlight the country has a short growing season. And people practicing agriculture in Sweden had to deal with terrible soil and growing conditions. Because of this both men and women had to work plowing the fields and tending to the livestock. There was no traditional division of labor where men did the physical work and women did the child rearing and domestic duties like we saw in Southern Europe and other parts of the world. And at the end of these long days working the fields both men and women would go home and take care of domestic duties, chores and children. Swedish women didn't have the luxury that many other women had in other parts of Europe and the world. They had to do the same jobs that men were doing or the entire nation would starve. This was a difficult life and can we really blame many men back then for becoming Vikings? I'm showing fantasy images of Vikings and the real ones didn't have horns on their heads. But the vikings Sailed throughout Europe in the 8th to the 11th century, raided norther and central Europe. And were also the first Europeans to explore North America. They settled Iceland and Greenland which are some of the most harsh living environments in the world.