Wednesday, 2 September 2009

Female historians turn history into soap opera, says David Starkey

http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/2009/apr/02/david-starkey-henry-viii

They probably do, though I haven't read any books by any female historians lately. Western society is now morbidly over-feminised, with the worst aspects of the feminine character now manifesting itself: social cowardice, excessive emotionalism, an inability to reason and worst of all, masochism and victimhood.

We now have our Foreign Secretary emoting about how angry, upset and distressed he is by the behaviour of another country and must now be the laughing stock of the world, who will be picturing the British gathering up their skirts in indignation, flouncing off the world stage and slamming the door.

Let us have no more of this stupid girly stuff!

Perhaps we need homosexual men like David Starkey and Peter Mandelson (who are not vulnerable to the crushing toxicity of feminism or in danger of his wife threatening to divorce him and take half his stuff at the drop of a hat) to tell it like it is.

Of course, if Peter and I were to form an alliance, we would sign a very interesting partnership contract indeed. It could well be the model for others too. It would be worth doing just to test drive my idea of how to safeguard the property of the wealthier partner while doing justice to the less wealthy partner.

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