The Sleaze flattens a tatted-up single mom

I had great fun writing my recent post, TIME has no clue about “German parenting”, in which I rip apart a leftist journo’s screed on how awesome it is to raise a kid in one of the worst cesspools of the Western world: Berlin, Germany. If you want to learn how radical leftists would govern, go check out that place! You may be slightly shocked when you realize how utterly dirty and morally decrepit that place is. But, hey, according to some, a society in tatters, rampant drug abuse, hordes of criminal migrants, and a tolerance for the sexual abuse of children are as close to utopia as it gets. Captain Berlin is at least as tolerant as Captain Sweden.

To my great amusement, a self-declared tatted-up single mom took offense with my article. Well, I take offense with utter stupidity, so let’s have a go at ripping her a new one. I had the feeling that I was in for a treat when I the email notification of her post arrived, as she used her real name. I’m against doxing, but if you dox yourself, then be my guest. The offended reader is Sarah Issersohn who lives in the Bay Area. You could have guessed this, though.

Here is what she writes, with some added commentary by The Sleaze:

Did I stumble onto some alt-right website or something? Is this considered professional journalism, dripping with judgement (wait, isn’t journalism supposed to try for impartiality, unless it’s specifically an editorial?

Did you write this when you were high? Do you realize that people have private blogs in which they write whatever they please? Journos who depend on a monthly paycheck don’t have that luxury. Quite frankly, I consider it an insult to be called a “journalist”, let alone a professional one. First, mainstream journalism does not have a shred of credibility left. Calling journalists impartial must be a sick joke. Donald Trump is more than justified mocking outlets such as The Washington Post Jeff Bezos’ blog or The New York Times Carlos Slim’s blog. At the very least since the coverage of the last US presidential election it has become clear that mainstream media are biased to a ludicrous extent. That is probably not much of a surprise, given that they are staffed with leftist propagandists.

I am a tatted up single mom, and a child development major, and I’ve gotten a lot of compliments from renowned professors in the field, who had ample opportunity to observe my parenting style.

Well, hello there! I’m pleased to meet you, and I’m very glad we are doing this in cyberspace, because I wouldn’t touch people like you with a 10-foot pole in real life. According to your LinkedIn profile, you spent one year at a community college, the esteemed Diablo Valley College. I was rather amused when I read that calling that place a garbage-tier institution is an insult to garbage-tier institutions. Wikipedia has a summary on the grade fixing scandal that took place at Diablo Valley College a few years prior to your attendance:

In 2007, a six-year grade fixing scheme came to light with allegations that some of the alleged 84 students used sex or cash as payment to student employees in the admissions and records office in exchange for over 400 grade changes. Many of these students have transferred to universities and in some cases may have already graduated.

Enrolling at a place like that shows incredibly poor judgment. Then again, so does getting tattoos and raising a kid without a father.

Let’s repeat what Sarah Issersohn wrote:

I am a tatted up single mom, and a child development major, and I’ve gotten a lot of compliments from renowned professors in the field, who had ample opportunity to observe my parenting style.

Single mothers are deliberate destroyers of the foundation of Western civilization. They are a cancer of society. It is most bizarre that many of them think they are martyrs, when in reality they only raise messed up children. I am not aware of a single metric according to which children are better off having been raised by a single mother.

It takes quite some chutzpah to boast about being a child development major after attending a two-year community college for less than two years. As you are trying to pull the wool over my eyes, let me point something out to you: using an argument from authority is dubious at best. However, someone like you using an argument from authority by referring to people who ended up teaching at an absolute dumpster fire of a college as “renowned professors in their field” is beyond ludicrous. So, tell me, how did those “renowned professors” end up complimenting you? Did they study your parenting style in a controlled environment, you know, like in science? It wasn’t when they dropped by at your place after class, was it? I’d be very curious to learn more about that, so please elaborate if you get the chance.

Here is something else you should know, Sarah: Ignoring the fact that Diablo Valley College is not able to attract high-caliber professors — it’s a frigging community college, for crying out loud —, it is also the fact that departments like Education are full of people at the bottom end of the intellectual ability spectrum. Child Development is often part of the Education department, in case you are too dumb to make the connection. There is the joke that someone with a PhD in Education teaching at a typical university is likely to be the dumbest person in the room. Consequently, you didn’t even grasp that for the argument from authority to have any chance of working, you would have to refer to genuine authorities, not someone who crashed and burnt in high school and college and ended up teaching at Diablo Valley College.

The reason I’m not married to my daughter’s dad is that I’m not willing to consign everyone involved to a life of miserable disharmony; rather, even though it’s an enormous amount more effortfull (sic!) this way, the healthiest choice for our family, is to be a two-household family. By choice.

I’m amused. Your premise is that you would not be happy living with the father of your daughter. This may very well be the case. However, you fail to realize that there is a dual failure at work. Not only are you unable to attract a quality guy, you are also so incredibly deranged that you think that disharmony is the only outcome in a relationship. Your choice is an incredibly poor one. Yet, it was the only one that was available to you because had you lived with that guy, chances are he would have left by now. By the way, if all the guys you meet are worthless human beings, the problem is not necessarily with the guys.

Because my child’s mental health and happiness are incalculably more important to me, than the “terribly terrible tragedy” of some really really outdated societal prejudices.

I’m terribly prejudiced against single moms, and so is more or less every single guy of high sexual market value. We have our pick among women, and tatted up single moms with a history of making poor choices are nowhere near the top of our list of women to date. Frankly, plenty of quality guys remain single by choice because they are so appalled by the low quality of Western women.

Oh, and just FYI, the national average in the US for single parents? According to the International Business Times, 1 in 4 children under the age of 18 in the US are being raised by single parents.

You really are an idiot, aren’t you? In my post on that disgraceful article in TIME I point out that in Berlin about half of children don’t grow up in traditional families, and you think you improve your argument by pointing out that a quarter of children in the US grow up in broken homes? If you want to make that kind of argument, you should look for a society in which more than half of families were destroyed. Did you not learn that a quarter is less than a half? A quarter is a half of a half, as a matter of fact. What did you score in the mathematics section of the SAT? Oh, right, you went to a community college, so they most likely didn’t burden you with that.

But by all means, sprain your hand in your exhuberance (sic!) to go pointing fingers.

That a quarter of children grow up in broken homes is by no means an excuse to deliberately set up a broken family yourself.

And by the way, my parents stayed married “for the kids” and I begged them to divorce from age 11 on, because we were all utterly miserable, every single day, until they finally split up when I was 17, and my life was able to really begin, giving me my first chance at waking up in the morning with a reasonable expectation that it wouldn’t be a terrible day.

In the corner of the world I grew up in, people hardly ever divorce. My parents are still married, by the way. In their culture, couples make an active effort to maintain a healthy marriage. Other people in other parts of the world have different expectations, though. Let me go out on a limb here: could it be that you are recreating the disharmony you experienced in your parents’ household in your own life? They provided you with a broken model of adult sexual relationships, thus you assume that disharmony is the only plausible outcome. Consequently, you do not even know how to maintain a healthy sexual relationship. Don’t worry, most Western women don’t know this either. You are therefore in good company.

I wonder how you are able to sleep at night, knowing that your daughter will find it next to impossible to develop a healthy model of relationships and may be headed right towards a life of misery. We’re talking about what essentially amounts to an intergenerational curse, afflicting your mother, yourself, and your daughter. Do you want to guess how your granddaughter will turn out?

So yeah, you might wanna ask yourself what the hell is wrong with you, and consider working on developing some journalistic integrity.

I have infinitely more integrity than your typical shitty mainstream journalist.

Also, probably stop watching Fox”News”. You probably still believe in Wellfare Queens (sic!) as well.

Of course there are welfare queens. Are you still high? A significant part of my tax contribution goes to welfare payments. With a few kids, your typical trashy woman of low intelligence makes far more money than she ever could through a real job.

Actually, they all get to fly around on solid gold unicorns; it’s not actually an extremely low-paying full-time job, requiring a minimum of 30hrs a week, work, school, or volunteering at an officially recognized charity. Bother to research, for yourself, before regurgitating what you hear on Republican Talk Radio, and see what happens…who knows, you might surprise yourself by saying something intelligent, at some point

30 hours a week isn’t full-time, joker, just as volunteering at a “recognized charity” isn’t work.

Thank you very much for your contribution, Sarah. It has been a pleasure. If you want to elaborate on some of the points I raised, you are most welcome to comment below.

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5 thoughts on “The Sleaze flattens a tatted-up single mom

  1. Smart person: makes a point, supports it with data, throws in a few examples to illustrate, gives an opinion.

    Moron: misses the point, argues with examples, supports them with emotions but offers little or no data, gets personal.

  2. “I wonder how you are able to sleep at night, knowing that your daughter will find it next to impossible to develop a healthy model of relationships and may be headed right towards a life of misery. We’re talking about what essentially amounts to an intergenerational curse, afflicting your mother, yourself, and your daughter. Do you want to guess how your granddaughter will turn out?”

    Mother nature is in her, but the surrounding culture and the quality of her education do not permit her to think and act in any meaningful way.

    1. “but the surrounding culture and the quality of her education do not permit her to think and act in any meaningful way.”

      If education would solve mental problems….
      Sleazy pointed it out correctly. She’s damaged, because her parents were damaged. Sooner or later someone will have to go to therapy to solve the supra-generational family problem. Or not. That’s how a society goes belly up.

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