Is Chivalry Being Killed By Fake Feminism? 1 323

The beauty and power of women in this era often make me think how amazing we are! And being said that, each one of us definitely is in the process of getting better and achieving something big. I like how women take stand for women and get their voices one against rape and abuse. But at the same time, I wonder how does a particular section of women try to kill the will of their well-wishers. Am I confusing you? Well, I will be more clear now. All men aren’t rapists or molesters. All of them don’t abuse or wish to demean women. But don’t you think because of few of them, we are being harsh to most of them?

I travel a lot in my city, in Mumbai, India. And I have a tendency to observe people while I travel. I remember an incident which took place around 4 months back when a man tried to offer a seat to a woman on the bus. She obviously sat on that seat but didn’t even think of thanking him. Now, a similar kind of incident happened just two months back when a man tried to take a stand for a woman in the train when she was arguing with some other man, as she was uncomfortable with the way he was sitting, as he was sitting right next to her. But again she didn’t acknowledge the fact that he took a stand for her.

In the above case, the men tried to help because of humanity. Well, I am scared of such women, they are directly killing chivalry and indirectly killing feminism under the mask of arrogance and fake feminism. And I have talked to few guys regarding their act of chivalry. Unfortunately, their answers had the same voice, “Fake feminism has killed chivalry.” While the few others are scared of extending a helping hand towards women, as they are scared they will be pushed back by the wave of fake feminism and an arrogant voice.

I hope we witness a change soon! I hope we see the power of true feminism soon.

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  1. There is more to Chivalry than being nice or helping. The reason Europeans have all those stories about knighthood and Chivalry is because they defeated the “shame culture” or “peasant honor culture” that had gripped Europe. Everything and everyone in Europe back then was about what village people thought of you. You and your family lived and died by your reputation in the village. The knight was the first true “individual” with a conscience (an inner feeling or voice viewed as acting as a guide to the rightness or wrongness of one’s behavior) in Europe after the fall of the Roman Empire .The Medieval knights alias Middle Ages knights were the first post Roman Empire Europeans to have a moral system based on personhood instead of group identity and group “honor”; and thought about right versus wrong rather than family honor versus family shame. If you don’t know European history; the collapse of the Classical Roman government in 500AD caused Europeans to move from cities back to the farm villages, because there was nobody to manage the sewers, roads, tap water, schools, et cetera. By 1000AD city living was forgotten, and the city buildings were piles of rocks.

    The Ancient Greek “Heroes” recorded by the Greek poet Homer of Ionia were the first individuals not to follow “shame culture” before the Roman Empire times, and had a moral system called “Homeric virtue”. The Homeric hero had the virtues: courage, self-reliance, loyalty, courtesy, generosity, and hospitality. The Homeric virtues evolved into the Classical Greece virtues of Courage, Justice, Temperance, and Prudence. The Medieval knighthood added the Christian virtues of Love, Faith, and Hope to those virtues of Classical Greece to create their own credo. A squire was a knight in training, and a squire’s path to knighthood involved mastery of Courage, Justice, Mercy, Generosity, Faith, Charity, Hope.

    “The true knights of the Middle Ages were passionate about their faith, their relationship with Christ, and their dedication to living by the virtues of Scripture. The order of knighthood was esteemed by all, pursued by many, yet held by only few. The lifestyles, virtues, and commitments held by these knights—who were half warriors and half priests—were second to none in the medieval era, as well as today. The order of knighthood provided a code to live by.” – “Knights of Christ” By Daniel Biddle

    The Crusades Wars (1100AD -1300AD) get a lot of negative propaganda, because people confuse it with British or French colonialism and imperialism that happened 500 years later. The Arab Umayyad Caliphate and Seljuq Turks invaded Europe like the Arabs and Mughals invaded India. The Seljuqs and Mughals were actually related, both rooted in Iran. They were cousins.The Arab Umayyad Caliphate that invaded Europe was the very same regime that invaded Pakistan. The Mamluk dynasty that the Crusader knights fought against on behalf of Jewish Israel is the same regime that invaded India and created the Delhi Sultanate. The Crusader knights never invaded anyone. They were invited by Christians, Jews, and Zoroastrians whom were being invaded by Muslims. The Islamic regimes invaded the European lands of Spain, Italy, France, Austria, Slovakia, Hungary, Romania, and Russia. Unfortunately, the Crusader knights failed to liberate: Syria (Christian) , Israel (Jewish), Iraq (Christian), Egypt (Zoroastrians and Christians), and Kurdistan (Zoroastrians ) from Muslim invasion. They spent 200 years trying to liberate them and most knights paid for their own armor, weapons, horses, food, and boat passage. Most never made it home.

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