Sunday, October 14, 2018

Perspective: Woman to Woman


Perspective: Woman to Woman
By Angela Smith, HEAL National Coordinator/Co-Founder

If you follow this blog and various social media postings, you may have heard reference to "Nursery Rhyme Bitch" and the like and not understand what is meant by the phrase.  Well, "Nursery Rhyme Bitch" means someone who is stuck on nursery rhymes intellectually and apparently never read much after pre-school.  Now, that is used as an insult.  But, there are gradations, and some people may be considered "Fairytale Bitches".

A "Fairytale Bitch" is someone who considers themselves worthy of the life of the heroine in a fairytale while acting more like the villainess of a fairytale.  For example, "mean girls" act like Cinderella's stepsisters and expect to actually marry the prince by just showing up and demanding attention and gratuities.  But, the heroine, Cinderella in this example, is a childhood victim of what I would call a "redhatter" who catnapped her father, killed him, then turned his beloved child (who loved the book she left him, her most treasured possession, so she reads) into a slave while stealing her inheritance.  Now, "Fairytale Bitches" don't often get rewarded by marrying a nice, loving, guy in the stories.  Cinderella is one of the exceptions because her father fell for the "redhatter".  Some people never learn that part and there is a reason. 

The reason is confusion regarding messaging caused by the Women's Liberation Movement.  By spoiling little girls from the "me generation" while telling them women can be and do whatever they want, no limits, some little girls grow up thinking they deserve the world just because they were born female.  Hillary Clinton is a prime example of this and someone I would call a "Fairytale Bitch".  She believes in "black magic" according to online sources.  Feel free to look it up.  And, she didn't understand that you have to be ethical, moral, good-hearted, and willing to serve others to win in the end.  So, that makes her more of a "Nursery Rhyme Bitch", because she didn't get the point of the fairytales.

Hillary Clinton is clearly not in politics for the greater good and that goes for the majority of politicians.  She is in it for money and power only.  This is clear when examining her gay laughter regarding Libya and "jokes" about assassinating President Obama and Julian Assange.  Good people don't laugh at destroying a country and leaving it open to modern slavery.  Good people don't joke about killing their political opponents during a primary.  Good people don't threaten to kill journalists for reporting the truth in a "democracy".  So, three strikes and you are out.  And, why she is still even given a minute of airtime or consideration by anyone is beyond reason.

That being said, good women without positive role models in their lives or very few, can learn from fiction and non-fiction stories of truly heroic and good women like the real heroines of fairytale lore.  Dana Gottesfeld is a prime example of this.  In a desperate situation, her true love and prince, did everything to help her free her brother from a dire situation.  Her husband, Martin "Marty" Gottesfeld, being a true hero, worked tirelessly with Dana's support, to free a stranger to both of them from institutionalized abuse.  That stranger, now family friend, being Justina Pelletier.  She was finally freed from her torturous conditions.  But, as a result, Marty is now behind bars.  Rolling Stone Magazine deems him "The Hacker Who Cared Too Much".[1]  This beautiful couple could really use your support.  Please visit www.freemartyg.com to see how you can help.

There are many good women in the world.  But, many have been caught in a system of manipulation orchestrated by women of yesteryear who claim that was necessary for survival before women were allowed in the workplace.  That argument doesn't fly because women have been working throughout history.  Single women have held many jobs from service to politics.  Have you ever heard of a Queen?  Is that not work?  It might depend on the queen.  Have you ever heard of a barmaid or bar wench?  What era did those phrases come from and do you consider that work?  See, women didn't have to get married to survive at any point in history.  That's a misnomer.  Women who don't wish to work and think they can manipulate everyone around them to avoid ever having to do so because they are self-absorbed and believe they can pout their way into or out of any situation they don't care for while getting paid to do nothing at all, don't deserve anything, including your attention.

In an agricultural economy the entire family tends to help on the farm.  In a household economy, closed-household economy at times, the entire family contributes to making sure the entire family's needs are met.  Even in hunter-gatherer tribes, women work, even unmarried women.  So, claiming women were not in the workplace, unable to get work, or couldn't survive without a man at any point, is inaccurate and part of the manipulation by some women on other women when we call them out for being lazy, self-absorbed, greedy, often heartless manipulators.

 I love my true sisters.  We are smart, we read, we love, we care, and we devote ourselves to helping others.  Dana Gottesfeld and I are both examples of this and there are many more.  I encourage every woman to be honest and ask themselves if the roles were reversed in my relationship (with anyone, including relatives or other women), how would I feel on the receiving end of my own actions?  If you would feel exploited, abused, neglected, insulted, or disrespected should someone treat you or expect what you expect of them without returning the favor, then you are the problem in your relationships. 

If you disregard this article and think it doesn't apply to you because you are special, you are a narcissistic bitch who is lucky not to have been murdered or institutionalized by someone with the ability and access to do the job.  Being a compassionate person, I try to understand why some serial killers (i.e. DeSalvo/Boston Strangler) do what they do so I can find forgiveness.  In researching DeSalvo, I believe his mother was a "Nursery Rhyme Bitch" of the highest order and understand why he had issues.  However, since he didn't at least start with his mother and then make sure his victims were just like her or close enough, I find he lacked the self-control of Ted Bundy and therefore found forgiveness more difficult in his case.  Ted Bundy is a lot like me and I relate to his intellect, sense of humor, and struggle with class boundaries.  He was from a poor family and raised by a single mother.  He worked hard and was brilliant.  He would have been an excellent lawyer.  He fell for a rich bitch (Hillary Clinton type, most likely) and she rejected him because her father thought he wasn't good enough because of his humble beginnings.  Given his struggle to achieve his dreams and his heartbreak by a cold, ruthless bitch, I understand why he snapped.  However, I think a life well lived may have been the better revenge in that scenario.  I'm happy he was able to find some humor by turning himself in and then having himself let go because the police didn't think he was telling the truth when he confessed.  And, I'm sure he humored himself with his successful prison escapes as well.  So, he remains in my prayers as my brother and I hope God found forgiveness for him as I did.  Since God has a greater capacity for forgiveness than I may have, I assume Bundy is on the side of the angels.

Hoping everyone enjoys this article and understands it was written out of love and compassion for good people and people who strive to be good everywhere.  If you are angry right now, I'd recommend not crossing my path or contacting me.  If this article was written by anyone else, I'd love it and want to be their friend.  So, we may have different perspectives on things, but, haters can fuck off and die.  Your choice on how it ends unless you piss the wrong person off at the wrong time.  Hoping you live a life that gives hope and comfort to those who need a touch of kindness to avoid a "snap".  I do my best in that regard and respect others that do the same.
 
If you enjoyed this article, you may also like "The Karmic Crew" by Angela Smith.  You can find links to this book and more at www.beyondbusiness.net. 

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