There are some great women in this world. Courageous, compassionate, strong and inspirational women who deserve to be upheld as leaders. Then there’s this lot. I think we need to examine our standards.
I hear a lot from certain quarters about wicked men. Usually white men in expensive suits who sit around conference tables talking about world domination and corporate profit.
But that stereotype pales when placed in context with these famous females. While much has been written about their doings, both pro and con, it’s their demeanor and seemingly unabashedly evil and utterly inappropriate emotional reactions that cement their labelling as “wicked”.
Kamala Harris: Laughs at drug addiction, laughs at the Ukraine refugee situation, laughs at almost anything tragic.
‘VP Harris, this is a very serious situation requiring action, not a laughing matter’
Apologists claim it’s an “awkward” laugh when she has no response to offer, but that in itself is telling. Laughter at misfortune on this level isn’t just inappropriate, it’s downright insensitive, thus suggesting a complete absence of compassion or empathy.
‘Kamala Harris has been very consistent during her live remarks with Poland’s leader, She is awkwardly laughing. Again. Discussing refugees is no laughing matter. Why she laughs at this is deranged.’former Donald Trump campaign aide George Papadopoulos
Lets move onto Jacinda Ardern. the queen of kindness and inclusivity. She’s got a strange way of expressing those qualities.
In the aftermath of the successful pushback in the form of mass protests and threat of equally massive legal actions, she’s looking rather foolish now. I know a LOT of fully vaxxed Kiwis who have or have had the Omicron bug. Not too many of us unvaxxed specimens though. We were penalised and discriminated against for naught. Neither the vaccine nor its associated mandates have achieved anything beyond a false sense of security for some, and misery for most. There were those on the other hand that embraced and enjoyed the mandates and most of those seemed to be Ardern supporters, few of whom practice the love and inclusivity narrative that they claim to hold dear. In fact many of them seem to relish being snitches and self appointed mandate-police.
But it is the evil grin and the rubbing of hands as she speaks about the divisive and discriminatory “two tier system” that earns her the “wicked” label. Consider the folk who lost their jobs, their livelihoods that many had trained years for and was their chosen profession. Consider the divided families and broken friendships. Children and teenagers prevented from attending sports activities and aquatic centres. For what? A few months of sadistic power-tripping for the Red queen? Disgusting.
The lies don’t help her case either:
“Conspiracy theorists have claimed a COVID-19 vaccine, when available, will be “forced” on everyone – including Kiwis. The Government has rubbished those claims, made most notably by Jami-Lee Ross and Billy Te Kahika’s Advance NZ. On Tuesday Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern went a step further, saying not only will there be no forced vaccinations, but those who choose to opt-out won’t face any penalties at all.”Coronavirus: Jacinda Ardern confident enough Kiwis will get COVID-19 vaccine for herd immunity without being forced to | Newshub
…and we all know what happened next. Refer back to the video above and you’ll see just how honest she was about no penalties or repercussions for those who opt out. Ardern has no shame.
The recognition for most bizarre and hair raising antics though, must go to Nancy Pelosi.
Where does one begin to explain that reaction? What kind of person rubs their knuckles together with open glee while doing a swaying dance, as someone talks about the horrors of open burn pits and toxic poisoning during the Iraq war? How can anyone explain this in any terms other than utterly demonic?
let’s look at some less demonic but equally bizarre reactions from the Trump presidency:
But like NZ prime minister Ardern, Pelosi shows herself at her most wicked when displaying a total lack of compassion and empathy for common folk, flaunting her freezer full of expensive ice creams during the Covid lockdown at a time when financial ruin was the reality for many:
Nancy Pelosi Shows Off Her $25,000 Refrigerators and $13 Tubs of Ice Cream in Quarantine Video
The thread that ties these three women together, then, is a distinct absence of the empathy and compassion that is so often associated with good women. Attributes admired and valued in women whether they be politicians, businesswomen, housewives, doctors or whatever. And to make matters worse. there appears to be an openly sadistic streak involved. Open displays of joy at the thought of the misery and suffering of others.
These three women are truly wicked.
Why they are the way they are is something for psychologists to unravel.
The fact that women with these attributes are holding such positions of power is something we should be very concerned about. While sexual equality and equality of opportunity are essential to a fair and balanced society, we should examine the meaning of “Meritocracy”. If we consider these people to have been selected for their positions based on their skills and abilities to do the job, regardless of their gender, then perhaps it is ourselves as a society and our own standards and definitions that need to be examined.
Surely we should be seeking and promoting women who counter the “Evil men in suits” political stereotype, not those who seem determined to outdo them for evil-ness?