Abuse

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I’m sure all of you men have met an “abuse” victim.

Here is a tough pill to swallow.

Many of these “abuse” victims have not been abused in the dictionary definition of the term.

They have been “abused” in that they have not been worshipped as the superior beings they believe they should be treated as.

This purposeful engineering of language has allowed women to turn white knights and the government to their defense at the smallest of offenses to their ego.

This is a huge problem.

Allow me to elaborate…

What is the Definition of Abuse

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Abuse is defined as:

Treating (a person or an animal) with cruelty or violence, especially regularly or repeatedly.

This is obviously terrible.

When a person is subjected to true cruelty, it is a crime against human nature.

It is truly horrific.

Actual Abuse and What It Looks Like

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Actual abuse looks like the following:

  1. A girl’s mom constantly calling her a bitch/slut/retard/etc. for the smallest perceived offense
  2. A girl’s father beating the shit out of her, her brother and her mother when he’s drunk
  3. A person in jail being given only enough bread and water to eat to barely sustain themselves
  4. A sister, hitting her brother and then calling the police on him when he retaliates in self defense 

Actual abuse leads to serious psychological problems.

Often, the sufferers of abuse experience symptoms of PTSD, like soldiers do.

This is a true and sad crime and it is terrible that any person should have to suffer abuse at all.

I’m sure many of you, having read the examples of abuse written above, felt a pang of empathy and a want to help the imaginary people in the situations I described.

THIS is why it is SO SHAMEFUL that women today have changed the definition of the word abuse to suit their purposes.

It is SHAMEFUL because it hurts REAL VICTIMS.

Many women today claim abuse when NO REAL ABUSE has ACTUALLY occurred.

This DOWNPLAYS how serious REAL ABUSE is.

What Many Women NOW Define as Abuse

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I have heard, and I’m sure you have also heard the term “emotionally abusive”.

This is a shameful word indeed.

It is shameful because it does not mean what I wrote in the situations above.

For many women, “emotional abuse” means the following:

  1. My boyfriend/husband made me feel bad
  2. My boyfriend/husband doesn’t let me do what I want without consequence
  3. My boyfriend/husband tells my daughter (who isn’t his daughter) to clean her room
  4. My boyfriend/husband left me when I cheated on him
  5. My boyfriend/husband doesn’t want to do what I want him to do when I want it
  6. My boyfriend/husband tells me what to do

NONE of these situations constitute REAL ABUSE.

Each of these situations is simply a man having a spine in an LTR.

Of course, as a result of the feminine imperative, having a spine means that the wife/girlfriend can call the police, claim “domestic abuse” (one of the above, non-real “abuse” situations) and have the boyfriend/husband beat up by the cops.)

Does this seem fair or just to you?

This is a public service announcement:

If you are a woman and you have used any of the following “fake abuse” situations in order to fuck over your husband/boyfriend, you are scum and you should be ashamed of yourself.

Trash like you doesn’t deserve a relationship.

NOTE: If you were ACTUALLY ABUSED (as I have written in the section titled actual abuse) this PSA DOES NOT apply to you, and I’m so sorry that that happened to you.

The Uses of “Abuse”

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Many women claim they have been “abused” (hurting real victims in the process) in order to have white knights flock to their defense.

It has become a way to get attention.

It embarasses me just thinking about how low a person you must have to be in order to use the word “abuse” to gain attention.

ABUSE DOES NOT MEAN THAT YOU WERE MADE TO FEEL BAD.

Abuse is also used to gain sympathy.

Many women say they were emotionally abused in order to gain the sympathy of the crowd they’re in.

Obviously, seeking attention through such a low ploy is shameful.

Feigning Weakness

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For many women, abuse is a word that is used in order for them to feign that they are the weaker of the two genders.

They were “emotionally abused” and so they need even greater protections from the government.

It is shameful to hurt REAL VICTIMS through the perversion of language in this way.

One of the laws of power states that when you’re strong you should feign weakness.

This is exactly what many women use the word abuse as.

As I have said before:

If you are a woman who uses the word “abuse”, and you were NOT abused, as stated in my definition, you are SCUM.

You are attention seeking scum, who is HURTING REAL PEOPLE through your actions.

By diluting the power of the word, you are hurting actual abuse victims, who now are not believed anymore due to your shenanigans.

SHAME on you.

Government Sanctioned Feminine Primacy

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Due to government sanctioned feminine primacy and the matriarchy, women are free to do stupid things like this to gain more favours from the government.

The government has given women so much power, that they are wielding it at the expense of men and ALSO hurting real victims.

It is shameful that such an imbalance should exist so that this sort of abuse of power can happen.

NO, not all women have been abused.

NO, YOU have not been abused because some hot guy fucked you and left.

STOP hurting real abuse victims by perverting the word!

Of course I can acknowledge that the guy made you feel bad.

Feeling bad is NOT abuse.

Women should not be allowed to wield the power to beat someone up using paid thugs if another person made them feel bad.

That is an awful ABUSE of power.

The Person Who Rules You Is the One You Can’t Criticise

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As I have mentioned in previous articles, the person who rules you is he who can’t be criticised.

Can we criticise men openly? Yes.

Women openly? Hell no.

That is obvious proof of the matriarchy.

Since women have SO MUCH POWER in the west, the word abuse can be used to beat up a man.

I hope you can see the disparity in power over the genders now.

Control of Language

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Orwell said it best:

“The Party seeks power entirely for its own sake. We are not interested in the good of others; we are interested solely in power – pure power.”

With language control comes power.

This power is wielded over men repeatedly by women through the use of the words “emotional abuse”.

I chafe at the fact that the word abuse has been bastardized to allow for such power games to occur.

In order to take back power, the language must be properly defined, and not morphed as anyone sees fit.

Conclusion

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The word “abuse” has been co-opted as a tool for women to wield power.

This has happened at the expense of REAL PEOPLE who are suffering from abuse.

Ironically, the change in meaning of the word abuse represents an abuse of power.

The matriarchy is firmly in the process of changing language for the purposes of control.

Be prudent and guard yourself well.

Language can cut deeper than any sword.

-Helios

Frequently Asked Questions

My Sister Was Beat Up By Her Husband, Who Was A Raving Drunk, Are You Saying She Wasn’t Abused?

No.

She was definitely abused.

That is REAL ABUSE.

I’m so sorry that happened to your sister and I hope that shitbird got what he deserved.

This article talks about how victims like your sister, REAL VICTIMS, are HURT by the matriarchy’s grabs at power.

The matriarchy don’t even care about abused women, they care about power.

The matriarchy should be ashamed of itself.

You’re Full of Shit If You Think Women Rule Us!

You sure?

Which is the default relationship strategy?

Who wins in that type of relationship?

Will society shame you if you fail to follow this strategy?

Who can you not openly criticise in public?

What characters in the media are portrayed as “strong and independent”?

Make the connections yourself.

Critical thinking is an important aspect of freeing yourself from your mental prison

You Keep Mentioning the Matriarchy, But We Live in A Patriarchy, Dude!

You’re fucking clueless.

Go back to women’s studies class.

By the way, is there a men’s studies class?

Why do you think that is?

I’ll give you a hint:

It’s because women are so superior to men in the current matriarchy they can have self-fellating programs like “women’s studies”.

My Ex Boyfriend Was Extremely Emotionally Abusive. We Were In An Amazing Relationship and We Even Named Our Future Kids. One Day, Out of the Blue, He Just Broke Up With Me! He Then Went On to Fuck 20 Other Girls!

That your ex-boyfriend was a cad DOES NOT make him emotionally abusive.

He simply didn’t give a shit about you and that made you feel bad.

Did he hit you?

Did he yell at you?

Did he restrict your ability to access your basic human needs?

Did he call you worthless trash for no reason?

I’ll bet he did none of those things.

He just didn’t go along with your long term plans for him.

That doesn’t make him abusive, that makes him SMART.

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