Charlotte Roche's Mental Breakdown (And Ours)
Henry Makow Ph.D. – April 15, 2009
If a man had written the repugnant novel "Wetlands," about a woman who consumes her own genital secretions, and eschews feminine hygiene, he would be classified as a despicable woman-hater. But if a woman does it, she is celebrated for hammering the last nail into the coffin of femininity.
Charlotte Roche's book was the best selling novel in the world in 2008 thanks largely to sales of one million in her native Germany. It begins with the sentence, "As far back as I can remember, I have had hemorrhoids" and it doesn't improve. It is a disgusting, brutal assault on woman and girls, and our sensibilities in general. Disguised as "women's liberation," it is the real hate literature, the real face of NWO Communism, globalism and "women's rights."
A reader on Amazon.com commented: "The first chapter was so intensely graphic (describing the protagonist's anal lesion surgery) that I literally had to take breaks between pages, fearing I might pass out."
Roche, 31, is credited with breaking taboos and giving modern women "a new vocabulary" ( i.e. a way to describe their depravity in "positive" terms.) She doesn't know she's actually expressing the self-loathing and desperation of women who have lost their female identity.
In a civilized society, Roche would be considered an embarrassment. She would be given counseling and her manuscript would be returned. But because the global media is owned by perverts called the Illuminati, she is turned into a role model and her book is hyped in 27 countries. You'll be hearing more about her soon.
English by birth, Roche was brought up in Germany. She is a garage musician and TV dj with a long history of doing disgusting things for attention. According to a fansite, she "would do virtually anything to scandalize herself and others, including cut herself and use the blood to paint pictures, shaving her head and experimenting with a variety of drugs."
"Wetlands," the story of Helen who is hospitalized by an accident, is a squalid meditation on her genitals, bodily functions and "sexuality." In a recent interview with Salon, Roche reveals the book's flavor, her background and the quality of her self-hate.
"You can clean and clean, and you won't ever stop being dirty. My mother tried to raise me in a very liberated way. I was allowed to have sex at a very early age. I was allowed to bring boys over to the house because she didn't want me fucking around in the woods. She's a very strong, political feminist, and she raised me in a very feminist way, teaching me that as a girl, I can do everything a boy can do, there's no problem. But still, the sexual stuff ... she never managed to teach me that masturbation is a good thing. Although my mother was liberated, I still feel that if I have dirty knickers [underpants], I have to hide them from my husband."
"If I'm being really honest, on the one hand I want women to be liberated, but on the other, I have terrible problems. I think I'm too fat, although I'm probably too thin. It's really difficult, for example, to live in a society like this with small tits. I don't even believe my husband when he says he likes the way I look. He has to tell me 10 times a day and I still don't believe him. I think he wants to fuck a blond, big-titted lady. You run around and you have complexes about everything. It's so difficult to keep it out of your head.
"And it is not allowed for me as a young feminist to say that women are masochistic. I am and all my female friends are. We stand in front of the mirror, we are naked, and we feel ugly as fuck. We see everything as wrong. We try and fight our body to become prettier and work on it. It's not at all free and self-confident. I don't want it to be like that, but I see that it is."
Her special brand of insanity seems inspired by "The Vagina Monologues."
"The problem with taboos is that you think you're the only one. And Helen always wants to know: Does it smell the same with other women? How do other women's vaginas look? We're all completely isolated. It's not a group of women that menstruate; we're on our own. But where does that come from? Mothers still don't think it's a good thing to be a woman."
The interviewer's assumptions are almost as sick as Roche's answers: "Contemporary women are supposed to be liberated, hedonistic, you can go out and get drunk, sleep around. But if we don't have the words to describe the range of experiences other than the old negative ones, then nothing has really changed....The contemporary woman is supposed to be sexually available, as you say, but when a women is sick, she ceases to exist as a sexual being."
Feminism has made women redundant by depriving them of their natural identity as wives and mothers. Women like Roche are reacting with self-loathing. They are describing their bodily functions in the most disgusting terms. Apparently, this is a widespread phenomenon as documented in another Salon article "The Great Girl Gross-Out".
Femininity is based on being pleasing to a man. Feminine modesty is attractive, to men as well. As shown above, Roche's mental breakdown is based on her rebellion against men.
"Very often, lately, people have come up to me and say "You look tired," and I hate it." she says. "Women are supposed to always look fit and healthy and pretty. But everything that is sick and tired is all very human – and I think that being human is a big taboo. When people say that the book is about taboos, I ask them, what do you mean? Shit? Piss? Menstruation?"
Female psychology and physiology are based on the reproductive function. Women are like hearts pumping love through a family. They attract and they give it. They are nest builders and nurturers. Most need the love of husband and children to fulfill their function.
Yes, we are animals. But Christian civilization taught that our bodies are the temple of the soul, and the soul aspires to God, i.e. spiritual ideals. We are supposed to mend our behavior according to our spiritual aspirations, to refine ourselves and be beautiful in the sight of God. These ideals makes us human, not our animal condition.
A civilization looks to women to embody its spiritual ideals and transfer them to the new generation. The attack on women is an attack on civilization. They want to define human beings in purely naturalistic and materialistic terms. They want to mire us our shit and become immune to it.
Roche: "I would look at the disgusting thing and describe it in a very detailed way. Maybe even to overcome the disgusting. You look at it as long as you can and then it's not disgusting anymore."
A great deal of what passes for art today would be labeled obscene just 20 years ago. This book is no exception. The decline of Christian civilization means that moral standards no longer govern what we read and see. We have standards for food and air but none for cultural products. We are under constant attack by perverts and psychotics.
In a NY Post review of a recent movie "Observe and Report" Kyle Smith tells us, "Seth Rogen stars in a sinister, alarming, even gory study of a psychopath ...The script is wall-to-wall with filthy language, drug abuse, and gratuitous violence." So Smith gives it only 3 out of 4 stars.
Society has lost its bearings. This is not an accident but the deliberate program of the Luciferian cult, the Illuminati, which controls the world. They want to reduce us to an animal state or worse, better to serve them and their God Lucifer.
– See my review of "The Vagina Monologues"
Henry Makow Ph.D. is the author of "Illuminati-The Cult that Hijacked the World." (www.cruelhoax.ca) His articles can be found at his web site www.henrymakow.com He enjoys receiving your comments, some of which he posts on his site using first names only. firstname.lastname@example.orgOriginal source: http://www.henrymakow.com/charlotte_roches_mental_breakd.html
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