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Search For The Woman (Cherchez La Femme)

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SEARCH FOR THE WOMAN

(Cherchez La Femme)

Abstract: This is an opus dedicated to emancipation, where is spoken about women, men, and the differences between them, that are not good to ignore, or then, if they are ignored, to what this leads. The topic is old as the world, but until about a century the things were more or less balanced, where nowadays the “beehive rebelled” and the people (the women, as well also the men) became confused. This confusion must cease somewhere to the end (or even the middle) of 21th century, but because the steady state is influenced by all contemporaries we ought to give some thought to the matter in order to find whether we influence it in the right way or not. The provided here evidences are logical, as also … etymological (because the words reflect the ways in which the people that use them think), and also philosophical, though up to a certain extent metaphysical (for this is not a scientific treatise but popular examination). Well, the author is a man, but with regard to the objectivity of observation he tries to be more or less bisexual; as far as this isn’t easy we have said in the beginning that this is an opus, but if you reach to the poetical Appendix at the end you will understand what, still, is his hidden wish.

Copyright Chris MYRSKI, 2004

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CONTENTS

1. The Emancipation

2. The Masculine And Feminine Principles

2.1. The woman’s principle

2.2. The man’s principle

3. Where To After The Emancipation?

APPENDIX

Sure Test

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1. The Emancipation

The French understand, if not anything else, then at least love and sex, so that one must believe them when they say: Cherchez la femme (as cause for all evil things on this world), more so because to this truth people have come millenniums back, for to reflect it in the Bible where Adam and Eve were thrown out of Paradise because of the sin of Eve (though, if we begin to search for the reason for this, then Adam has asked for her before the dear God, but then, if we continue to search the motives for everything, then it turns that the guilty one is not Adam but God, because He has mixed the pap, or the mud, of life). Well, some emancipatess — for this is grammatically correct building of noun of feminine gender from the verb “emancipate” — would have objected, and with right, to this, maintaining that this is masculine assertion, because in those times women have had almost no rights. ( But here I must add for the English readers that the salt of the invented word in Bulgarian — “emancipatka” — is that the ending “patka” means … a goose, she-duck. ) This is so, but if something is said by men from this does not follow that it is necessary wrong (as, by the way, if some view was supported by the communists, this does not mean that it was in all cases wrong, as until recently thought, and maybe still thinks, one democratic force — it is meant the Union of Democratic Forces in Bulgaria — which isn’t more a force at all). As also the marriage, what is an institution invented by men (because it existed from ancient times), but this does not mean that it was not in interest, most of all, of women, because they are those who want to catch some man and keep him for a long time and only for themselves — in interest (realized or not) of the posterity, but this does not change the truthfulness of the said thought — where the man is like a bee which looks how to pollinate more “flowers” (which, obviously, is feminine atribute and that is why it is spoken about defloration).

All nations (and these now are not only the men, but just the more older, as more experienced and clever, though as much men as well also women), make some associations about women and are well aware what kind of “goods” they are. The Slavs are as if the least offensive, because our woman (zhena in Bulgarian, or zhenshchina in Russian) comes from Greek γυvαικα (‘gineka’), where the point is about the gene (or the jin, if we go to the Arabs), i.e. about the kin or gender, and the contempt to the feminine individual is seen only by the … bitch, for which the Russians have the word suka, which is related to the sucking (sucha, this time in Bulgarian), but in it there is something ancient, something of the cluster of Turkish … “sus” (what may be taken also as variant of “shsh”-shut). Otherwise on the West there are many examples, say, with the French dame (or madame as my dame), which even in the very French corresponds with their damage, what means to tamp, compact, what isn’t a casual relation because also in English the dam is a dike and a feminine animal, and in Russian there is their damba as dike (and where a barrier of a dike is there is a hole or canal behind it), then comes the English damn, what you know well what means and it is related with the demons (but they are usually feminine), and also in German “dämlich” does not mean feminine but silly (though this is because it is something feminine), as also their Dämmerung, what is twilight (as in some hole). ( And let us mention that, as far as there are two kings of quotes, the usual double ones are used for citing of how something is written, but when single quotes are used here this means how the word must be read using the characters as mere Latin letters: say: “mine” is read ‘main’ )

We can change the root to “mad-“ (where is the mother, for example in Spanish madre, where from, by the way, comes the name of the town Madrid), where we have the Englsh “mad”, and if you want also your “muddy” (what isn’t exactly what ‘mådi’ in Bulgarian means — and ‘å’ must be read as in your “but” — but is something similar, dirty — because these are, sorry, the testicles), what is related with German Made, what is a maggot, worm (something, still, around the genesis, but the contempt is obvious), and — would you believe it — there was some Greece-Homeric μηδεα, what were exactly the woman labia, pudendum! Similarly are the things with the … hmm, with the hysteria, because it comes from Ancient Greece, where υστερα means exactly uterus, and also follows, origins (and from there, again by the way, is the history), where υστερισμoσ is hysteria, what beyond doubt shows that the hysterias are normal conditions for the beings with “(h)ysterases”. Phonetically the things here move around the sound of squeezing (cyst / “kista”, and similar words), and this about the uterus must be known to the technicians because they study about a curve called hysteresis, which is exactly an uterus with bent tips (the top one to the right, and the bottom one to the left).

Besides, for everybody understanding English is clear that “miss” as verb means some lack (there’s some hole there), but with capital letter this becomes She-Some-Body (and from there also the Missis as, hmm, one with a bigger hole, maybe?). And let us not bother with exact etymologies (from “mister” or master, host, sire), because we speak here about associations, and the people, surely, have some (subconscious) ideas, which exist in Latin, where sine is the preposition “without”, but sinus is some bend, fold, curve, even uterus, or bosom, and it must be clear that where is the sinus there is the “sine” (where from is the sinecure job, as such that gives benefits without cura-care — but let me squeeze here that in Bulgarian kur is …, sorry, penis, so that you may imagine how funny sounds this word there). We shall mention also the known Greek megeras (Μεγαιρα), as bad women, monsters, which there make relation with μαγαρα, what is just garbage, mud, but the root is very old because there was some old Hebrew “megera” as … to cut with saw, rasp. And if smb. may think that this is another thing then let us add that from here comes Bulgarian magare, what is a donkey, and it is a bad animal (why else should you call it also an ass?), but in addition to this it might be also a saw-horse, and this is a typical expression also for the Russians (who, meaning the men, use to say that their wife has a whole day sawn logs at their head), i.e. this is again something bad, vile, pestering, where the root was present also in the Sanskrit where makara was, this time, some sea monster (maybe a dragon, with serrated spine), and also by the Arabs exists mahara or ‘mekiare’, what is loading animal (i.e. donkey), and that the donkey-tricks are (as a rule) feminine business is clear to all.

Well, but this author treads in a very masculine way, could say some amancipatess (to vary the word a bit, to the Turkish aman meaning “oh, stop it”), because till now we have said nothing good about the woman; or rather some anti-sexist (-ess), because nowadays on the West they don’t speak about emancipation, what (if we do not count, hmm, the “tzipa”-membrane from the word, how it is in Bulgarian) will say that it goes about some detachment (of particles, some emanation) from the influence (or the yoke) of the man, and the women now plead for rejection of the leading role of the sex-gender, so that there to be called sexist is as offensive as to call you pederast (well, till before half a century, because now this is accepted as wholly normal, though not using this word). Ah well, to reject the leading role of the sex is an obvious insanity (dämlich thing), but as far as we all are now “democrats” then everybody can deny whatever he /she likes, as also accept whatever wishes (and the truthfulness, evidently, is not at all related with the official assertions). Because if the sex had not determining significance for our behaviour then the dear God (or the nature — cross out the redundant) would have not invented both sexes, because initially they were not present — say, by the amoebas, and also by the worms exists only one sex. But somewhere from the fishes and above in the evolutionary tree the existence of two sexes becomes necessary, and because they are only two there is no other way for them not to be maximally different (while if they were, say, 17, as it was according to Kurt Vonnegut on the planet Tralfamadore, then the differences maybe would have been smaller).

Be it as it may, let us spit now also at the men, but this is, for the most part, well known, because in Latin malus means bad, evil, harmful, and malum is the evil, where from in French we have their malady and malheur (all some disasters or evils), then the malchance, the malaria if you want, and all this comes from the … grinding — molo in Latin, where from is your “molar” as grinding toot, or German mahlen as to grind, Bulgarian malåk as small (and also this word), et cetera. In other words, the man grinds, crushes, and so on, and this is the man because in English he is “male”, and in Latin the masculine gender is masculinum, but the root comes from ancient times where in old Hebrew the number nine was called “malhut” and symbolized the kingdom (i.e. the autocratic ruling), and here is the ancient deity Moloch, that required many sacrifices in order to be appeased. Only that this may be bad, but there are the women who require it, because there is no epoch in the human society when the women have not liked militaries and fighters. It is true that many intelligent people have considered (and consider) the brute (masculine) force for something bad, about what speaks, say, … well, the “sophia” or the wisdom in Ancient Greece, which in addition to the sophisticated thinking has given also — you surely can’t guess it — the software and the French sofa! Similar “mild” ruling are also the finances — fine thing, this time! Again similar thing is the very civilization, because it is ruling of civil people. So that the masculine can be good or bad depending on the view point, where at the women, starting about a century before and back in all previous times, always have been looked with disapproval (not in sense of some delights in conversing with them, but as at imperfect human beings).

So, now the emancipation came, and if the author is against it, this isn’t because he thinks that women should not have equal rights with men in the social life, but for the following reasons. First of all, women are not equal with men, and there is no need, as we say, to bore a hole in the sea, but there is nothing bad in this to have equal rights with men, in order to be able to prove … their inequality! Id est, there is nothing bad if women work in the mines, or become bodybuilders if they want, but I think this is hardly a proper activity tor them — as a rule, because there are exceptions for each rule, and exactly they make life piquant, in many cases. Or, as Erich Kästner puts it in one place: “Long live the small difference!”. We will return to this question also later, but the important thing is to stress here that the equal rights, still, do not mean equal capabilities, though they give better possibilities for personal manifestation there, where is even better to have women instead of men (say, as: teachers, medical doctors and dentists, many clerk’s positions, in the services, etc.). In the end, if the women were equal to the men, then why in different sports they compete separately? Or why they retire earlier, when they live even longer than men do?

Secondly, they began to speak about emancipation then and in such countries, when and where this was not necessary, because even without this movement in half of a generation time, more or less, there would have been the same results, and this by initiative of the men (as we have said in the beginning about the marriage). Id est, it does not honour women to “raise voice” when this is not needed, but this, as it seems, is a general human phenomenon, because in the same way, for example, we in Bulgaria have reacted by the falling of communism, what (more than obvious) was initiated by the very communists; similarly also with the many strikes then, when they were not required (from point of view of the situation of the strikers, because now it is not better, but there are no strikes), but the masses wanted to shout a bit, i.e. the people (those without special moral qualities, or the masses, or the weaker ones in some sense) complain not when there are reasons for complaining, but when their voice can be heard. Well, be it as it may, this is a moral question and maybe the author is too hard on the women (to wish for them to be even better than the men), so that let us continue.

Thirdly, and this is the most important, the women even don’t want equality (they are subconsciously aware that they are not equal) but want just feminine domination, matriarchy! Well, who does not want to rule (they also the children often twist their parents around a finger), but let us be in clear about the question. If the women as a mass are more susceptible to emotions (to remind you about the hysterias), more partial and unfair, even more silly (when there comes to judgements, not to expressing of wishes), more soft (because the sex, still, determines our behaviour), then there is obvious that it can be no question about returning to matriarchy. We will not return to it not because of the reluctance of the author (he has not yet said that he does not want it, and even would have strongly wished to meet a woman for which to feel convinced that must obey to her, because she, in addition to having everything feminine in her, is also cleverer than him), but because historically looked there was matriarchy in ancient times. And why, you think, then in some tribes have ruled the women? Well, because the life was then too heavy and complicated, and the woman is who gives the life and takes care for its prolongation, i.e., when life is difficult and the survival of the gender or species is endangered then it is right for all to do what the women want. Yeah, but it is not at all so now, and we’ll hardly come to such difficult living conditions anymore that to be endangered the gender, more so on the background of the demographic boom in a worldwide scale. Anyway, we shall add more reasons for the absurdity of women’s ruling further, when we have discussed more profoundly the question of ruling.

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Search For The Woman (Cherchez La Femme)

This is an opus dedicated to emancipation, where is spoken about women, men, and the differences between them, that are not good to ignore, or then, if they are ignored, to what this leads. The topic is old as the world, but until about a century the things were more or less balanced, where nowadays the “beehive rebelled” and the people (the women, as well also the men) became confused. This confusion must cease somewhere to the end (or even the middle) of 21th century, but because the steady state is influenced by all contemporaries we ought to give some thought to the matter in order to find whether we influence it in the right way or not. The provided here evidences are logical, as also ... etymological (because the words reflect the ways in which the people that use them think), and also philosophical, though up to a certain extent metaphysical (for this is not a scientific treatise but popular examination). Well, the author is a man, but with regard to the objectivity of observation he tries to be more or less bisexual; as far as this isn’t easy we have said in the beginning that this is an opus, but if you reach to the traditional poetical Appendix at the end you will understand what, still, is his hidden wish. So, and here are all social essays for the moment: 1. Democratic Values 2. Search For The Woman 3. Social Evils 4. Bulgarian Survival 5. Our Inability To Destroy Expected is No 6, About Bulgarian Barbarity

  • Author: Chris Myrski
  • Published: 2017-09-04 16:20:08
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