2303220100W GUILTY OF MALE NAIVETE!
Why Oxford Languages would cite two definitions for the same word I have no idea – but there it is.
Neither of which express the utter child-like vulnerability of a man whose first led to believe in the justness of this gynocentric system in which we live. Men are like sheep being lead to their slaughter – after they’ve been thoroughly fleeced of course.
If you’ve ever seen sealed slaughtered you’ve seen naive men dragged into family courts.
Let this video serve as a warning to men that justice isn’t there for them in a gynocentric world.
It amazes me how this father can be so blinded to the fact that his daughter was just another hoe in the feminist wall.
Then again, 48 Hours either did a superlative job of NOT presenting the facts present at trial or this man, despite his intellect, was found guilty of male ‘naivete’ in a gynocentric so called justice system?
Mind you, that while this man might’ve been guilty, but 48 Hours sure didn’t present the evidence for it? He is however guilty of male naivete – for sure.
PS1. Innocent until proven guilty BEYOND A SHADOW OF DOUBT, does not appear an appropriate verdict in this case.
PS2. Pay heed gentlemen, we live in the feminist age of guilty until proven innocent of gynocentric domestic violence – you’re automatically guilty by virtue of being male.
Gentlemen consider MGTOW (Men Going Their Own Way) existentialist (individualist) philosophy of life for yourself and don’t fall pray to gynocentric justice (if it can even be called that?) by committing yourself by marriage be it contractual or common law. Don’t say ‘I Do’ to anything.
Posted by: 48 Hours ~ 18 hours ago ~ 295K views
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naïveté (noun) · naïvetés (plural noun) · naivete (noun) · naivetes (plural noun)
the quality of being naive; lack of experience, wisdom, or judgment:
"his greatest fault was his political naïveté"
SIMILAR: innocence, lack of sophistication, lack of experience, ingenuousness, guilelessness, naïveté, lack of guile, unworldliness, childlikeness, trustfulness, simplicity, naturalness, gullibility, credulousness, credulity, over-trustfulness, lack of suspicion, blind faith, immaturity, callowness, greenness, ignorance.
"some of the material is laughable in its naïveté"
French, from naïf, -ive (see naive).
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lack of experience, wisdom, or judgment:
"his appalling naivety in going to the press"
SIMILAR: innocence, lack of sophistication, lack of experience, ingenuousness, guilelessness, naïveté, lack of guile, unworldliness, childlikeness, trustfulness, simplicity, naturalness, gullibility, credulousness, credulity,, over-trustfulness, lack of suspicion, , blind faith, immaturity, callowness, greenness, ignorance.
"the charm and naivety of the early to mid fifties" · "they took advantage of his naivety and deep pockets"
late 17th century: from French naïveté, from naïf, -ive (see naive).
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