Why do Men just want to control each other, and have control over you.

by pistolpete 11 Replies latest social current

  • pistolpete

    It seems like the moment someone attains some type of power, whether it's Money, Political power, or religious power, their first agenda is ---to control others.

    Bill gates is a good example of this. Another is George Soros and Michael Bloomberg. And let's not forget all the Politician and religious leaders like the Governing Body.

    Will humanity ever reach a point where humans care for each other instead of trying to subjugate the masses.


  • Overrated

    Some like the GB should not be in charge over people. In fact they should be tard n feathered and ran out of town. They are slime balls!

  • a watcher
    a watcher

    Those who are most eager to rule over others are usually the least qualified to do so.

  • waton

    everyone rises in a hierarchy, until they reach a level that is too much for them, they are seen as incompetent. the top level of management is therefore incompetent. Real potential top men are eliminated early on, they are danger to the system, see the bible story of Joseph.

  • Simon

    It's the Dinning Kruger effect and a generation brought up at school to believe they are right, and their opinions are valid, even when they are wrong and complete dumb fucks.

    Participation medal winners finally put in charge of something ...

  • Vidiot

    Basically, one guy being responsible for all the “fake news”?


    Reminds me of the 9-11 Truthers…

    …from what read, that all tracked back to that video “Loose Change”.

  • jwundubbed

    It's called patriarchy.

    If you want men to stop wanting to be in control... you would need to change our society from a patriarchy into something else. Is there even a word for a society that isn't ruled and controlled by a specific gender?

  • LoveUniHateExams

    It's how Homo sapiens has evolved - we have evolved to live under a patriarchy.

    Rule by men has ensured humans' survival as a species for 200,000 years.

    The problem comes when the best aren't allowed to rise to the top. If we bin meritocracy, we'll be in trouble.

  • pistolpete

    Is there even a word for a society that isn't ruled and controlled by a specific gender?

    Interesting thought!

    So as a species, it seems that the majority of humanity HASN'T even consider another way of getting along. We Don't even have a a word for another way of getting along because we can't imagine the concept.

    Perhaps we are still at the beginning point of our evolution.

    We "think" we are enlighten, and intelligent, but evidence points differently.

    In reality, we are just one "small" step above animals.

  • Anony Mous
    Anony Mous

    @jwundubbed: it’s called a matriarchy. And it has been tried from Africa to China to Native Americans and European aristocracy. It never lasts, because women by and large aren’t interested in conquests and rule. It’s simple biology, women have at most from 15-45 to reproduce, but typically between 21 and 30 is the safest period to attract a mate and reproduce, less than 1/3-1/10th of an average human lifespan.

    Men can reproduce from puberty until they die, so the biological pressures aren’t the same. Then there is the fact that human babies are helpless for ~10-15 years. That cuts out the prime period of human life, the primary periods of life where you are smart and powerful enough to actually conquer and rule for females and dedicates it to reproduction. And you can choose as a female to not reproduce and instead rule, but that leaves no room for an heir, so within 1-3 generations, this ends.

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