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Now the Daily Stormer is mad at … Stargate Atlantis? For portraying women as competent?

Torri Higginson as Stargate Atlantis’ Dr. Elizabeth Weir: Dangerously competent?

By David Futrelle

In today’s edition of Nazi Mad Libs, the [DAILY STORMER] is mad at [STARGATE ATLANTIS] for [PORTRAYING WOMEN AS COMPETENT.]

Andrew Anglin, the Stormer’s head boy, starts off his post on the subject by admitting he’s a fan of the long-defunct show, whose final episode aired more than a decade ago.

Nonetheless, he’s distressed by one element of the show that he thinks strains credulity much more than the idea of “ancient pyramid civilizations building wormhole portals.” It features women who are good at their jobs,

He laments that the commander of the Atlantis base on the show is a woman Dr. Elizabeth Weir, and that one of the other main characters is, in his words, “a sultry mulatess who is a master of martial arts.”

Never mind that in the real world there are plenty of women running important institutions. And there are others who are masterful martial artists.

As Anglin sees it, Stargate Altantis’ terrible artistic defect — the inclusion of female characters who know what they’re doing — has infected TVland generally. “You all know this is in every single show,” he whines. “There are always super-competent women.”

Indulging in the same sort of extreme misogyny we see amongst MGTOWs and many others in the manosphere, he’s convinced that in the real world, women can’t do anything well.

“[I]f you look around you,” he writes,

you will not find a woman who can manage a McDonald’s. ..

In real life, women are virtually incapable of doing anything, at all. They cannot handle any situation that involves pressure or stress without having an emotional breakdown. And this is universal.

His evidence?

You all know this from your own experience.

No I don’t. I’m pretty sure that’s some sort of logical fallacy. Ad Populum? Consensus Gentium? Something along those lines.

You have all seen women who are put in positions of authority and are completely and totally incapable of handling the situation, and end up having men prop them up at every turn.

Yes, and I’ve never ever seen this happen with a man *cough* Donald Trump. Although, to be fair, the men propping him up are nearly as incompetent as he is.

It is more likely that you’ve seen a Stargate portal than a woman capable of competently managing a complex situation.

The only thing that women can do competently is sit around and gossip. And you’ll notice that this is the main thing that you witness them doing in real life.

With the exception of a few clear thinkers like himself, he asserts, everyone is willing to believe in what he sees as the myth of female competence, even though the evidence against it is all around them.

But everyone in society has this concept that women are capable of being competent, and that it is just the ones that they meet in their personal lives who just are – by coincidence – completely incompetent.

So how does Anglin explain this? He thinks everyone has been secretly baboozled by the “subliminal” power of the media — in particular, all those shows portraying women as competent.

This is a mass psychological phenomenon, that is purely the result of exposure to entertainment media.

“Entertainment media,” huh? Can you see where this is going, because I can see where this is going.

We need to be aware of the way TV tropes have invaded our psyches.

But somehow they haven’t invaded Anglin’s psyche?

And we need to ask why, if these women are incapable of doing literally anything at all, we have a massive and massively expensive education complex existing for the ostensible purpose of educating them to put them in jobs where they will take on responsibilities they are biologically incapable of managing.

When Nazis start asking these sorts of loaded questions, it’s pretty much a given where they are going. And Anglin, though he disappoints the world in so many other ways, does not disappoint us in this regard.

[W]e may ask ourselves: is this all part of a Jewish conspiracy to keep us from breeding by ensuring that the creatures which should be carrying our children – white women – are playing a children’s game where they pretend to be men?

Ah, yes, The Jews put the fictional Elizabeth Weir in charge of a fictional Stargate base in order to … keep white women from, er, breeding by inspiring them to get jobs?

Anglin isn’t the only Stormer writer arguing that women are by nature incompetent. A recent post by “Pomidor Quixote” — the Daily Stormer’s go-to contributor for all things misogynistic — takes aim at the recently deceased Sue Lyon, an actress most famous for playing Lolita in Stanley Kubrick’s adaptation of the (in)famous Nabokov novel.

Quixote notes that the five-times-married Lyon had a child with one of her husbands who happened to be black. In Quixote’s view, this proves that women aren’t capable of making rational choices.

“Treating women as equals and allowing them to make choices results in life stories like Sue Lyon’s,” he writes.

Women can theoretically rival men in IQ, but their brains never mature into proper adulthood. They are eternal children enslaved by their feelings. …

Yet we pretend that women are the same as men, we pretend that they are adults, and we pretend that they are capable of making good choices for themselves. …

People nowadays see all these women ruining their lives, betraying their people and hurting future generations and they shrug it off with some cookie-cutter slogan like “their body, their choice.”

That’s right; he’s mad that women have the right to choose who they love and who they have sex with.

We can only pray now. Pray that the collective soul of our people will be strong enough to come up on top of this sick trial.

Pray that your soul will endure walking through this hellscape of unbridled succubi.

Succubi, huh?

I’ve said this before, but when it comes to their views on women, the Daily Stormer is actually worse than Hitler.

I rather suspect that the Daily Stormer crowd would consider this a compliment.

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Aron
Aron
1 year ago

Hey Andy, Fancy Nancy ‘Queen of All that is Pantsy’ Pelosi urges you to shut the fuck up.

Naglfar
Naglfar
1 year ago

Where is Andrew Anglin these days? Last I heard he fled the country to avoid paying damages in a defamation suit.

CriticalDragon1177 (@CriticalDragon1)

If Andrew Anglin wasn’t a literal Nazi, or even someone that I had any respect for, his disgusting belief that the media somehow “tricked” men into thinking that women were their equals, would be rather shocking. As it is, bigoted losers like him expect us to believe that the media somehow “tricked” white people into thinking that blacks weren’t all a bunch of “savages” who couldn’t control their desire to rape white women, so coming from someone like him, this is anything but surprising. The only thing surprising about it, at all, is that he chose to focus his wraith on a TV show that hasn’t even been on the air for about a decade. You would think with of the success of us “evil SJWS” and our “anti white,” pro gay, pro “race mixing” agenda that he would be talking about something much more current. I guess Andrew somehow came to realize what a waste of time and an utter failure it was for them to protest the first film in the new Star Wars trilogy because it had a black lead. Literally no one cared, except for racist losers like him and his friends.

Mexican Hot Chocolate
Mexican Hot Chocolate
1 year ago

What Anglin and the other neo-Nazis don’t grasp about the capablities of woman could fill several volumes of an encylopedia on women’s history.

evilzenmuppet
evilzenmuppet
1 year ago

I’m assuming he has some bullshit reason about “submitting to masculine authority” to ignore the existence of Samantha Carter, supergenius and eventual CO of SG-1 and Atlantis.

Naglfar
Naglfar
1 year ago

@MHC

What Anglin and the other neo-Nazis don’t grasp about the capablities of woman could fill several volumes of an encylopedia on women’s history.

Which they’d never read because they’d say it was “SJW propaganda.”

MJ
MJ
1 year ago

They must piss themselves over that one Atlantis episode where a female Marine gets her mind stuck in the body of scientist Rodney McKay and forces him to go do things against his will. Like, go running. And kiss a guy she had a crush on.

Allandrel
Allandrel
1 year ago

Man, I bet these guys hate G.I. Joe, which pretends to be all-American and patriotic but showed women, people of color, and women of color all being as ridiculously competent as their white male counterparts. And unlike SGA, it’s still in publication.

Karalora
Karalora
1 year ago

I can actually believe that when Anglin looks around at the women in his life, he sees nothing but incompetence. I leave it as an exercise to the reader as to whether this is because a) competent women intimidate him and so he avoids them, b) he is willfully blind to the competence of women, or c) some combination of a) and b).

Naglfar
Naglfar
1 year ago

@Karalora
Last we heard, Anglin wants to avoid women entirely, so I gues that means he won’t see any competent women. As a woman, I can only hope he keeps his promise and avoids all of us, and I imagine everyone else here agrees. I’ll do my best to avoid him.

weirwoodtreehugger: chief manatee

Women are enslaved by their emotions. Unlike super rational and level headed men such as Anglin who very rationally goes on conspiracy addled rants about an old TV show.

Anyway, happy New Year all. Let’s hope that 2020 is miraculously not as fucked up as this decade was.

I only just got off of work and don’t feel that energized, so I’m just going to hang at home and watch Hulu with a few glasses of wine.

Crip Dyke
1 year ago

Pray that your soul will endure walking through this hellscape of unbridled succubi.

Are succubi routinely bridled? I … I don’t know what to think about that.

Nequam
Nequam
1 year ago

@Naglfar I wish he’d just go full Skoptsy already.

Joseph Zowghi
1 year ago

Isn’t Anglin still in hiding to avoid the consequences of all the lawsuits against him?

Naglfar
Naglfar
1 year ago

@Nequam
That would be a step in the right direction. I know some MGTOWs get vasectomies, but I have yet to hear any of them go full “greater seal”.

@Joseph Zowghi
Least I checked, he is. That’s why I’m curious where geographically he is, since he clearly has internet access to be posting this.

Cait
Cait
1 year ago

Wow….just wow I can’t even handle this guy. My manager at Radio Shack was a woman, the owner of a successful comic book store chain I worked at is a woman, as is the manager. My mother managed an entire branch of the lung association of Canada. Who does this dip shit think he is?

Ann K
Ann K
1 year ago

Let me guess: Anglin doesn’t actually KNOW any women over the age of twenty-two, and if he did he would be terrified of them. If you restrict your acquaintances to those who fit your favorite stereotype, then the stereotype obviously wins.

TacticalProgressive
TacticalProgressive
1 year ago

It’s baffling how he’s going after SG:A for portraying military women as “incompatent” when being in the military would (supposedly) demand a level of professionalism and compliance. And he bascially his claims of wanting SGA to be “realistic” by portraying women military service members as “incompatant” when in reality it would stretch suspension of disbelief.

And these chuds like to claim that progressives are somehow the ones “running entertainment media”. This guy and his Nazi-propaganda rag is trying hard to ruin one of my favorite military sci-fi series with his Misogynistic, antisemitic tinfoil chewing.

Ariaflame
Ariaflame
1 year ago

By their very own arguments they somehow think that raising children is a job that should be left to incompetent people. I do not think much of people who have such little concern with the bringing of a human being to a healthy and well balanced adulthood. They obviously have not achieved it themselves.

Zatar
Zatar
1 year ago

Yeah he really got us by talking about the show the modern show that’s influencing people today…..Stargate Atlantis.

Grace
Grace
1 year ago

Crip Dyke:

Are succubi routinely bridled? I … I don’t know what to think about that.

I love this comment so much.

Grace

Reggie, the neighbour's cat
Reggie, the neighbour's cat
1 year ago

Hang on, if women are so super incompetent, how can any woman be competent enough to pretend to be competent on a TV show or in a movie? Doesn’t that require competence in the first place?

tim gueguen
1 year ago

I wonder if Anglin realises he’s sinning against conventional right wing orthodoxy. After all he’s claiming Margaret Thatcher was incompetent.

Anglin is lucky ghosts don’t exist, or Boudica or Tomoe Gozen might visit him some dark and stormy night.

Cheesynougats
Cheesynougats
1 year ago

@tim, that’s different because Thatcher agrees with Anglin on stuff.

Redsilkphoenix: Jetpack Vixen, Intergalactic Meanie
Redsilkphoenix: Jetpack Vixen, Intergalactic Meanie
1 year ago

you will not find a woman who can manage a McDonald’s

That’s weird; the vast majority of McDonalds managers I know of are all women. Shift, Store, District, mostly women. At least in the area I work in.

Reminds me of those guys who pitch a fit whenever the subject of fast food workers getting a living wage comes up, with all the wailing and gnashing of teeth over all the kids and 19 year-old managers that will no longer have jobs if wages go up. Makes me want to ask them what stores they go to, since I’ve never seen one staffed by fairies and unicorns before, since it’s impossible under the current labor laws to have the primary staff of a 24 hour fast food store be just underage kids.

Depending on their exact age, they’re forbidden from actually cooking the food, let alone clean the grills and filter the vats. They can only work a few hours in the evening, and have to be off the clock by 9-10p. It’s a bit looser during the summer, but the kids are still working restricted hours and times (the earliest they can come in is 8a over the summer).

And those precious 19 year-old managers the wage complainers ‘worry’ over, the vast majority of the ones I knew weren’t there because they were bored and wanted something loltzy to do for a few hours every day. They had some combination of spouses/significant others, kids, and schooling they wanted to pay for and would very much like a living wage to do that on, thank you very much.

But hey, if you’re someone who literally can’t see a fast food worker in front of you that’s not under 18, then I guess you really do think that invisible fairies and unicorns made your food and took your money, because how else did you get it otherwise? Right?

Lumipuna
Lumipuna
1 year ago

I’m pretty sure that’s some sort of logical fallacy. Ad Populum? Consensus Gentium? Something along those lines.

I think Anglin is gaslighting his readers into developing confirmation bias. Or training them to simply unthinkingly accept assertations about reality. Probably both.

Fred B-c
1 year ago

Let’s be clear here. Stargate Atlantis is fiction. Even if it is impossible for women in the real world to do the things they are depicted as doing, it’s impossible for men to do those things, because Stargates and Goa’uld don’t exist as such. Every time a bigot screeches about women or people of color or gay folks being depicted as competent or hyper-competent or super-powered, they are actually saying, “The only people who deserve to have a fantasy that is fun for them to watch is me”. The very basis of the argument is a denial of the basic existence of other people’s needs and dignity.

Fred B-C
1 year ago

Also, Anglin quite suspiciously ducks out of admitting that Flynn’s work shows that female IQs are higher. When blacks seem to have a lower IQ, that’s proof that they aren’t prepared for civilization; look at all these cross-correlations! But suddenly when women seem to be demonstrably more intelligent by his own pet fetish, well, ummmmm, their brains are somehow not competent despite the evidence.

While trolling Nazis isn’t smart in general, the Nazi adjacent can get tripped up by the reality that, if we’re going to take IQ seriously, then we should insist that women get paid more and be in charge.

Kat, ambassador of the feminist government in exile
Kat, ambassador of the feminist government in exile
1 year ago

Andrew Anglin, what was that you were saying about competence?

[O]ne of the other main characters is, in his words, “a sultry mulatess who is a master of martial arts.”

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Samantha Kaswell
Samantha Kaswell
1 year ago

I recently turned 69 and on that day, sitting and talking with my wonderful granddaughters, I suddenly stopped giving a tinkers damn about anything that these fellows think or say. I realized that we women have paid too much of our creative and wonderful time listening to, believing and serving people who are not worthy of us, and not enough time exploring the multiverse, playing with our youngsters and putting our magnificent minds to work creating a world that we can all live in.

I have no more room in my life for idiots. I, and we all, can change our world and our lives for the better simply by recognizing that these “men” are nothing more than terrified babies, beating their little fists and feet on the floor in temper tantrums that have nothing to do with real living.

Yes, they can be very dangerous, which is one very good reason to be aware of what they are doing and planning. After all, religious groups and other misogynistic groups have a long history of killing, imprisoning and maiming us for the horrible crime of behaving as human beings, and I am grateful for the people who speak out, act out and write about the things they are doing. Thank you, David and everyone who writes here for that.

But I think that we women, and the true men who really are our friends, could do some amazing things if we take what we learn and turn our backs on the MRA’s, MGTOW’s, NAZI’s, and others who waste their lives telling us who we are and should be, and dance in the streets while we forge new paths for ourselves and our children while we have the time.

For far too long we have been browbeaten into doubting and hating ourselves so that guys like these can feel “superior” and safe from the “infection” of femininity, about which they know nothing.

galanx
galanx
1 year ago

In the early days of The Walking Dead they had one scene where Michonne, as super-competent fighter who had survived by herself in the Zombie Apocalypse, got in a fight with the Governor, a sneaky but wimpy type- he admitted himself he was not a fighter- and they had a knock-down confrontation. Which led to howls of complaint that any woman could stand up to any man. This is what they found to be ‘unrealistic’ in a show where dead people come back to life.

Sillabub
Sillabub
1 year ago

It’s funny, because all my best and most competent managers over the last five years have been women. The most recent of those left the company in January 2019 and was replaced by a man, whose management and general work skills were so appalling that I raised a grievance complaint against him and resigned.

But maybe, since I’m a woman, I’m just too feeble-minded to have recognised that my boss being a bully who couldn’t write decent copy for toffee was actually some act of abstract genius, or something.

Moggie
Moggie
1 year ago

Don’t forget the Dunning-Kruger effect. That doesn’t merely cause one to overestimate one’s own competence: it also leads to misjudging the competence of other people. Is it even possible to be a Nazi without an unhealthy does of illusory superiority?

Sheila Crosby
1 year ago

Funnily enough, Nazis seem to be way less competant than average. I think it’s the refusal to acknowledge any reality that’s uncomfortable to their ego. She can’t be better than me! She must have cheated!

As for men never being emotional, remember the crying nazi? Remember the audio of Richard Spancer’s meltdown?

But of course he refuses to remember that.

Naglfar
Naglfar
1 year ago

@Moggie

Is it even possible to be a Nazi without an unhealthy does of illusory superiority?

I don’t think so. The original Nazis had it through the roof.

@Sheila Crosby

As for men never being emotional

And those are far form the only such occurrences. Frankly, I’ve seen way more men publicly melting down than women.

Moggie
Moggie
1 year ago

Men never being emotional certainly explains their level-headed reactions to the last three Star Wars films.

(Sorry, I went to see a star war yesterday, and I’m glad to put that behind me)

weirwoodtreehugger: chief manatee

But when when white cishet conservative men have meltdowns, they’re justified, so they’re still manly and rational in their meltdown.

preaction
preaction
1 year ago

I literally watched my APN girlfriend save a woman’s life in a restaurant three nights ago. Or maybe that was just media-induced false memories?

LinuxLea
LinuxLea
1 year ago

It’s baffling how he’s going after SG:A for portraying military women as “incompatent” when being in the military would (supposedly) demand a level of professionalism and compliance.

Weir is a civilian, though.
It’s part of an overarching thing in Stargate mythology that Atlantis has a considerable civilian presence.
Also, Weir is canadian..

I think that Anglin, looking for incompetent women in charge, would be better served by “Star Trek Voyager”!
(No one in that series is competent, especially not Katherine Janeway.
It was mostly written by men, though, so, you know, “Women are incompetent at writing incompetent woman captains!”

FEEEEEMALES, AMIIRITE, GUYS?!!!!)

ChimericMind
ChimericMind
1 year ago

I think that Anglin, looking for incompetent women in charge, would be better served by “Star Trek Voyager”!
(No one in that series is competent, especially not Katherine Janeway.
It was mostly written by men, though, so, you know, “Women are incompetent at writing incompetent woman captains!”

The Emergency Medical Hologram was competent. In his specific area of expertise that he was programmed for, because he was a program. Paradoxically, as the most fantastic character on the show, he was the most believable, because any odd behavior could be chalked up to “intentionally 1-dimensional character gradually evolving complexity from being left on for far longer than he was supposed to be”.

And ironically, his actor then joined Stargate Atlantis!

jaygee
jaygee
1 year ago

mulatess

I also had no idea what this was. I think my brain just settled on “Moltres” which is a Pokemon. “Mulatress” makes a lot of sense though in the context of the sentence.

LinuxLea
LinuxLea
1 year ago

And ironically, his actor then joined Stargate Atlantis!

His character had already appeared in SG-1 by that point, but I’m not sure if it was prior to Voyager.

TacticalProgressive
TacticalProgressive
1 year ago

@LinuxLea

Weir is a civilian, though.
It’s part of an overarching thing in Stargate mythology that Atlantis has a considerable civilian presence.

Granted this True on both counts; but even than civilian contractors in the military and civilian liaisons working with the military tend to hold a certain level of decorum than that of your average civilian, if at least for the reason of having to work alongside a military command structure that would demand a supposed required level of professional decorum. Which to Weir’s credit; she is able to accomplish quite well.

Also, Weir is canadian..

And as a fellow Canadian; I find to a point of awesome knowing that there’s are SG-Teams with Canadians traveling through wormholes and discovering new things and people and facing intergalactic threats.

FlyByKiwi
FlyByKiwi
1 year ago

Oh no he didn’t! You don’t get to criticise my fav sci-fi franchise! NOOOOOO! I am irrationally upset by criticism of Stargate for any reason (but after all I am an incompetent emotionally-driven irrational female).

Also I’m not sure if competent Nazis is better or worse… If they’re incompetent but still dangerous is that worse than competent and dangerous? Long may the infighting and argy bargy continue, cos when they combine and look outwards…?

Jesalin, Goddess of Lust & Pleasure
Jesalin, Goddess of Lust & Pleasure
1 year ago

The Doctor (EMH) on Voyager is easily the best character on the show, in my opinion. He’s an amazing character.
As far as SG-1 goes Sam Carter was my favorite, not only is she wildly competent and amazingly brilliant, she’s seriously compassionate towards others. Total. Badass.

Kat, ambassador of the feminist government in exile
Kat, ambassador of the feminist government in exile
1 year ago

Andrew Anglin: Laziest essayist ever?

The actual reality, of course, is that if you look around you, you will not find a woman who can manage a McDonald’s.
Seriously.
In real life, women are virtually incapable of doing anything, at all. They cannot handle any situation that involves pressure or stress without having an emotional breakdown. And this is universal.
You all know this from your own experience. You have all seen women who are put in positions of authority and are completely and totally incapable of handling the situation, and end up having men prop them up at every turn.


Essay Structure

State your thesis in a sentence or two. . . . Begin your next sentence like this: “To be convinced by my claim, the first thing a reader needs to know is . . .” Then say why that’s the first thing a reader needs to know, and name one or two items of evidence you think will make the case. This will start you off on answering the “what” question. (Alternately, you may find that the first thing your reader needs to know is some background information.) Begin each of the following sentences like this: “The next thing my reader needs to know is . . .” Once again, say why, and name some evidence. Continue until you’ve mapped out your essay.

https://writingcenter.fas.harvard.edu/pages/essay-structure

Kat, ambassador of the feminist government in exile
Kat, ambassador of the feminist government in exile
1 year ago

In real life, women are virtually incapable of doing anything, at all. They cannot handle any situation that involves pressure or stress without having an emotional breakdown.

Andrew Anglin, you need evidence. Let me help you out. No, this is not evidence from a rigorous study. It’s anecdotal — but at least it’s something.

I failed my driver’s test on the first try. (What a loser, amIrite?) I failed on the second try. (I can hear you chortling.) I failed on my third, fourth, and fifth tries. Yes, there were tears involved. (What a knee slapper.)

But I persisted and I passed my driver’s test on my sixth try.

Oh wait. I see now that my story isn’t about female failure. It’s about a young woman with the courage to keep going back and trying again until she achieved success.

My bad. Good luck getting the evidence you need.

Surplus to Requirements, Observer of the Vast Blight-Wing Enstupidation
Surplus to Requirements, Observer of the Vast Blight-Wing Enstupidation
1 year ago

@Kat:

I failed my driver’s test on the first try. (What a loser, amIrite?) I failed on the second try. (I can hear you chortling.) I failed on my third, fourth, and fifth tries. Yes, there were tears involved. (What a knee slapper.)

But I persisted and I passed my driver’s test on my sixth try.

Kat, ambassador of the feminist government in exile
Kat, ambassador of the feminist government in exile
1 year ago

@Surplus to Requirements
Thanks, that was wonderful.

Amtep
Amtep
1 year ago

As for Nazis and competence: if your genetic ancestry is your greatest source of pride, then you probably don’t have much else going for you.