March 6, 2017
Strong, independent womyn who don’t need no man.
The ideology of “Kangz-ism” is spreading throughout the leftosphere, morphing from one group to another. Just like Black Panther promoted the idea that Black people, if left alone, will develop Atlantis-type civilizations, feminist power fantasies like Wonder Woman imply that an all-female society would be a similar utopian situation.
Of course, in the case of Wakanda, we have actual real-life examples of this being attempted.
Liberia is a Black ethnostate.
Anyone with a semi-functioning brain can tell that Wakanda isn’t the result when you get a bunch of Blacks in the same area with no White supervision.
However, Feminists could still bask in their illusion that their all-female utopia could be heaven on earth, since there is no real-life counter example debunking the notion.
That is, until now.
Did you watch hit movie “Wonder Woman” and daydream about escaping to her home, the female-only island of Themyscira?
How they think it’s going to be.
How it’ll actually be.
That dream could soon become a reality: entrepreneur Kristina Roth has created SuperShe Island, a private retreat off the coast of Finland where no men are allowed.
Roth says her aim is for women to vacation at a destination away from society’s pressures and embrace an all-female energy.
“All-female energy,” lol.
That’s got to be the most delusional thing I’ve ever heard. Lock a bunch of women in a room together, and you’re not going to get some hand-holding song and dance routine.
Women don’t tend to get along with each other without males around.
“We’re the average of the five people we surround ourselves with,” Roth tells CNN Travel. “And my philosophy is if you surround yourself with amazing women — and if you can bring together amazing women globally — then you’re going to be the average of that group.”
So, if a paraplegic, wheelchair-bound man surrounds himself with Olympic sprinters, at what point will he be doing a sub-10 second 100 meter dash?
How the hell did this empty-headed bimbo become a wealthy entrepreneur?
Could it be that she’s a Jewess benefiting from her tribe’s networking? Hard to say, but I’ve never heard of a “Roth” who wasn’t Jewish.
The island sleeps 10 people in four luxurious cabins, offering wellness activities and opportunities for bonding.
I’m going to go ahead and bet the cabins weren’t actually built by women though.
My evidence? That they’re not mud huts.
Also: 10 people?
Why so few?
Could it be that any more people would be totally unmanageable without men continuously on site to provide maintenance and support the infrastructure?
If women can create such a superior “energy” (whatever that means), why couldn’t you just dump a few thousand of them on an island and see a utopia pop up by itself?
Sounds way more interesting than making some stupid luxury resort.
Unfortunately, Roth’s fellow feminists aren’t too thrilled with her plans, since they fall woefully short of the She-kanda of their dreams.
Not everyone is on board with Roth’s plans, with some women branding the idea elitist on social media — a claim Roth rejects.
Pearson is concerned by the vetting process and the price tag, which remains TBC, but is likely to be pricey.
“These factors will disproportionately affect people of color, people with disabilities, trans women and those who are gender non-conforming, meaning this island is only for one very narrow type of woman,” says Pearson.
Hmm, so I guess the world is still eagerly awaiting the first truly all-female social experiment.
What I really want to know is, since this island is “no boys allowed,” where did they find a woman who’ll sail a boat there and empty their septic tank every few months?
Something tells me Roth isn’t being entirely honest about the “women only” rule…