I was in the middle of writing my story
and then something dawned on me
I am having one of the characters use this as a play against an opponent.. The problem I had was that my rationalizations made me go D@#$.. (I am going with the character made this up on the fly and then poof)
The problem is the proof via this set of mental perception filters made me go D@#$ as well
Ladies if you do exist, thankfully i will not be believed
lets take a look at biological precedents, historic precedents, and social precedents with, lets say a few modern examples and thought forms that might provide proof these Amazonian females of myth might actually rule us from on high
BIOLOGICAL PRECEDENTS ON EARTH
I am including this one but I am iffy on it as matriarchal but is is close enough
During our Lazy look through the insect kingdom
Eusociality (from Greek εὖ eu “good” and social), the highest level of organization of animal sociality, is defined by the following characteristics: cooperative brood care (including care of offspring from other individuals), overlapping generations within a colony of adults, and a division of labor into reproductive and non-reproductive groups. The division of labor creates specialized behavioral groups within an animal society which are sometimes called castes. Eusociality is distinguished from all other social systems because individuals of at least one caste usually lose the ability to perform at least one behavior characteristic of individuals in another caste.
Eusociality exists in certain insects, crustaceans and mammals. It is mostly observed and studied in the Hymenoptera (ants, bees, and wasps) and in termites. A colony has caste differences: queens and reproductive males take the roles of the sole reproducers, while soldiers and workers work together to create a living situation favorable for the brood. In addition to Hymenoptera and Isoptera, there are two known eusocial vertebrates among rodents: the naked mole-rat and the Damaraland mole-rat. Some shrimps, such as Synalpheus regalis, are also eusocial. E. O. Wilson and others  have claimed that humans have evolved a weak form of eusociality (e.g., with menopause), but these arguments have been disputed.
Several other levels of animal sociality have been distinguished. These include presocial (solitary but social), subsocial, and parasocial (including communal, quasisocial, and semisocial).
Pretty much the queen is protected and rules
Why is this important?
Biological imperatives/programming that might be present running through earthlings
The lion is the most social of all wild cat species, living in groups of related individuals with their offspring. Such a group is called a “pride“. Groups of male lions are called “coalitions”. Females form the stable social unit in a pride and do not tolerate outside females. Membership only changes with the births and deaths of lionesses, although some females leave and become nomadic. The average pride consists of around 15 lions, including several adult females and up to four males and their cubs of both sexes.
Female elephants spend their entire lives in tight-knit matrilineal family groups, some of which are made up of more than ten members, including three pairs of mothers with offspring, and are led by the matriarch which is often the eldest female. She remains leader of the group until death or if she no longer has the energy for the role; a study on zoo elephants showed that when the matriarch died, the levels of faecal corticosterone (‘stress hormone’) dramatically increased in the surviving elephants. When her tenure is over, the matriarch’s eldest daughter takes her place; this occurs even if her sister is present. The older matriarchs tend to be more effective decision-makers.
Many studies indicate that females have a higher social status in bonobo society. Aggressive encounters between males and females are rare, and males are tolerant of infants and juveniles. A male derives his status from the status of his mother. The mother–son bond often stays strong and continues throughout life. While social hierarchies do exist, and although the son of a high ranking female may outrank a lower female, rank plays a less prominent role than in other primate societies.
Because of the promiscuous mating behavior of female bonobos, a male cannot be sure which offspring are his. As a result, the entirety of parental care in bonobos is assumed by the mothers.
Bonobo party size tends to vary because the groups exhibit a fission–fusion pattern. A community of approximately 100 will split into small groups during the day while looking for food, and then will come back together to sleep. They sleep in nests that they construct in trees.
The above one is important because we are closely related to them
These extra little gems here provide more
9 Species Where Females Rule the Roost
The definitive directory of dominant females
The 7 non-human mammals where females rule the roost
I did not link hyenas, orcas, lemur, octopus, and several others
suffice it to say we have sufficient proof biologically in other species, there are cases of female dominance to direct control
Control methods differ, but are firmly entrenched
Female rulers are not new in the human species
Here are the few examples from history I will reference
From clear cut to ??????
Earliest prehistory and undated
The controversy surrounding prehistoric or “primal” matriarchy began in reaction to the book by Bachofen, Mother Right: An Investigation of the Religious and Juridical Character of Matriarchy in the Ancient World, in 1861. Several generations of ethnologists were inspired by his pseudo-evolutionary theory of archaic matriarchy. Following him and Jane Ellen Harrison, several generations of scholars, usually arguing from known myths or oral traditions and examination of Neolithic female cult-figures, suggested that many ancient societies might have been matriarchal, or even that there existed a wide-ranging matriarchal society prior to the ancient cultures of which we are aware. According to Uwe Wesel, Bachofen’s myth interpretations have proved to be untenable. The concept was further investigated by Lewis Morgan. Many researchers studied the phenomenon of matriarchy afterward, but the basis was laid by the classics of sociology. The notion of a “woman-centered” society was developed by Bachofen, whose three-volume Myth, Religion, and Mother Right (1861) impacted the way classicists such as Harrison, Arthur Evans, Walter Burkert, and James Mellaart looked at the evidence of matriarchal religion in pre-Hellenic societies. According to historian Susan Mann, as of 2000, “few scholars these days find … [a “notion of a stage of primal matriarchy”] persuasive.”
The following excerpts from Lewis Morgan’s Ancient Society will explain the use of the terms: “In a work of vast research, Bachofen has collected and discussed the evidence of female authority, mother-right, and of female rule, gynecocracy.”[page needed] “Common lands and joint tillage would lead to joint-tenant houses and communism in living; so that gyneocracy seems to require for its creation, descent in the female line. Women thus entrenched in large households, supplied from common stores, in which their own gens so largely predominated in numbers, would produce the phenomena of mother right and gyneocracy, which Bachofen has detected and traced with the aid of fragments of history and of tradition.”[page needed]
Kurt Derungs is a non-academic author advocating an “anthropology of landscape” based on allegedly matriarchal traces in toponymy and folklore.
Paleolithic and Neolithic Ages
Friedrich Engels, in 1884, claimed that, in the earliest stages of human social development, there was group marriage and that therefore paternity was disputable, whereas maternity was not, so that a family could be traced only through the female line, and claimed that this was connected with the dominance of women over men or a Mutterrecht, which notion Engels took from Bachofen, who claimed, based on his interpretations of myths, that myths reflected a memory of a time when women dominated over men. Engels speculated that the domestication of animals increased wealth claimed by men. Engels said that men wanted control over women for use as laborers and because they wanted to pass on their wealth to their children, requiring monogamy. Engels did not explain how this could happen in a matriarchal society, but said that women’s status declined until they became mere objects in the exchange trade between men and patriarchy was established, causing the global defeat of the female sex and the rise of individualism, competition, and dedication to achievement. According to Eller, Engels may have been influenced with respect to women’s status by August Bebel, according to whom this matriarchy resulted in communism while patriarchy did not.
Austrian writer Bertha Diener, also known as Helen Diner, wrote Mothers and Amazons (1930), which was the first work to focus on women’s cultural history. Hers is regarded as a classic of feminist matriarchal study. Her view is that in the past all human societies were matriarchal; then, at some point, most shifted to patriarchal and degenerated. The controversy was reinforced further by the publication of The White Goddess by Robert Graves (1948) and his later analysis of classical Greek mythology and the vestiges of earlier myths that had been rewritten after a profound change in the religion of Greek civilization that occurred within its very early historical times. From the 1950s, Marija Gimbutas developed a theory of an Old European culture in Neolithic Europe which had matriarchal traits, replaced by the patriarchal system of the Proto-Indo-Europeans with the spread of Indo-European languages beginning in the Bronze Age. According to Epstein, anthropologists in the 20th century said that “the goddess worship or matrilocality that evidently existed in many paleolithic societies was not necessarily associated with matriarchy in the sense of women’s power over men. Many societies can be found that exhibit those qualities along with female subordination.” From the 1970s, these ideas were taken up by popular writers of second-wave feminism and expanded with the speculations of Margaret Murray on witchcraft, by the Goddess movement, and in feminist Wicca, as well as in works by Eisler, Elizabeth Gould Davis, and Merlin Stone.
“A Golden Age of matriarchy” was, according to Epstein, prominently presented by Charlene Spretnak and “encouraged” by Stone and Eisler, but, at least for the Neolithic Age, has been denounced as feminist wishful thinking in The Inevitability of Patriarchy, Why Men Rule, Goddess Unmasked, and The Myth of Matriarchal Prehistory and is not emphasized in third-wave feminism. According to Eller, Gimbutas had a large part in constructing a myth of historical matriarchy by examining Eastern European cultures that she asserts, by and large, never really bore any resemblance in character to the alleged universal matriarchy suggested by Gimbutas and Graves. She asserts that in “actually documented primitive societies” of recent (historical) times, paternity is never ignored and that the sacred status of goddesses does not automatically increase female social status, and believes that this affirms that utopian matriarchy is simply an inversion of antifeminism.
J.F. del Giorgio insists on a matrifocal, matrilocal, matrilineal Paleolithic society.
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According to Rohrlich, “many scholars are convinced that Crete was a matriarchy, ruled by a queen-priestess” and the “Cretan civilization” was “matriarchal” before “1500 B.C.,” when it was overrun and colonized.
Also according to Rohrlich, “in the early Sumerian city-states ‘matriarchy seems to have left something more than a trace.'”
One common misconception among historians of the Bronze Age such as Stone and Eisler is the notion that the Semites were matriarchal while the Indo-Europeans practiced a patriarchal system. An example of this view is found in Stone’s When God Was a Woman,[page needed] wherein she makes the case that the worship of Yahweh was an Indo-European invention superimposed on an ancient matriarchal Semitic nation. Evidence from the Amorites and pre-Islamic Arabs, however, indicates that the primitive Semitic family was in fact patriarchal and patrilineal.
However, not all scholars agree. Anthropologist and Biblical scholar Raphael Patai writes in The Hebrew Goddess that the Jewish religion, far from being pure monotheism, contained from earliest times strong polytheistic elements, chief of which was the cult of Asherah, the mother goddess. A story in the Biblical Book of Judges places the worship of Asherah in the 12th century B.C.E. Originally a Canaanite goddess, her worship was adopted by Hebrews who intermarried with Canaanites. She was worshipped in public and was represented by carved wooden poles. Numerous small nude female figurines of clay were found all over ancient Palestine and a 7th C. Hebrew text invokes her aid for a woman giving birth.
Shekinah is the name of the feminine holy spirit who embodies both divine radiance and compassion. She comforts the sick and dejected, accompanies the Jews whenever they are exiled, and intercedes with God to exercise mercy rather than to inflict retribution on sinners. While not a creation of the Hebrew Bible, Shekinah appears in a slightly later Aramaic translation of the Bible in the first or second century C.E., according to Patai. Initially portrayed as the presence of God, she later becomes distinct from God, taking on more physical attributes.
Meanwhile, the Indo-Europeans were known to have practiced multiple succession systems, and there is much better evidence of matrilineal customs among the Indo-European Celts and Germans than among any ancient Semitic peoples.
Women were running Sparta while the men were often away fighting. Gorgo, Queen of Sparta, was asked by a woman in Attica something along the lines of, “why are Spartan women the only women in the world who could rule men?” Gorgo replied, “Because we are the only women who are mothers of men.”
Iron Age to Middle Ages
Arising in the period ranging from the Iron Age to the Middle Ages, several early northwestern European mythologies from the Irish (e.g., Macha and Scáthach), the Brittonic (e.g., Rhiannon), and the Germanic (e.g., Grendel’s mother and Nerthus) contain ambiguous episodes of primal female power which have been interpreted as folk evidence of a real potential for matriarchal attitudes in pre-Christian European Iron Age societies. Often transcribed from a retrospective, patriarchal, Romanised, and Catholic perspective, they hint at an earlier, culturally disturbing, era when female power could have predominated. The first-century–attested historic British figure of Boudicca indicates that Brittonnic society permitted explicit female autocracy or a form of gender equality in a form which contrasted strongly with the patriarchal structure of Mediterranean civilisation.
In 1995, in Kenya, according to Emily Wax, Umoja, a village only for women from one tribe with about 36 residents, was established under a matriarch. Men of the same tribe established a village nearby from which to observe the women’s village, the men’s leader objecting to the matriarch’s questioning the culture and men suing to close the women’s village. The village was still operational in 2005 when Wax reported on it.
Spokespersons for various indigenous peoples at the United Nations and elsewhere have highlighted the central role of women in their societies, referring to them as matriarchies, or as matriarchal in character.
A legendary matriarchy related by several writers was Amazon society. According to Phyllis Chesler, “in Amazon societies, women were … mothers and their society’s only political and religious leaders”, as well as the only warriors and hunters; “queens were elected” and apparently “any woman could aspire to and achieve full human expression.” Herodotus reported that the Sarmatians were descendants of Amazons and Scythians, and that their females observed their ancient maternal customs, “frequently hunting on horseback with their husbands; in war taking the field; and wearing the very same dress as the men”. Moreover, said Herodotus, “no girl shall wed till she has killed a man in battle”. Amazons came to play a role in Roman historiography. Julius Caesar spoke of the conquest of large parts of Asia by Semiramis and the Amazons. Although Strabo was sceptical about their historicity, the Amazons were taken as historical throughout late Antiquity. Several Church Fathers spoke of the Amazons as a real people. Medieval authors continued a tradition of locating the Amazons in the North, Adam of Bremen placing them at the Baltic Sea and Paulus Diaconus in the heart of Germania.
Robert Graves suggested that a myth displaced earlier myths that had to change when a major cultural change brought patriarchy to replace a matriarchy. According to this myth, in Greek mythology, Zeus is said to have swallowed his pregnant lover, the titan goddess Metis, who was carrying their daughter, Athena. The mother and child created havoc inside Zeus. Either Hermes or Hephaestus split Zeus’s head, allowing Athena, in full battle armor, to burst forth from his forehead. Athena was thus described as being “born” from Zeus. The outcome pleased Zeus as it didn’t fulfill the prophecy of Themis which (according to Aeschylus) predicted that Zeus will one day bear a son that would overthrow him.
Celtic myth and society
According to Adler, “there is plenty of evidence of ancient societies where women held greater power than in many societies today. For example, Jean Markale‘s studies of Celtic societies show that the power of women was reflected not only in myth and legend but in legal codes pertaining to marriage, divorce, property ownership, and the right to rule.”
Bamberger (1974) examines several matriarchal myths from South American cultures and concludes that portraying the women from this matriarchal period as immoral often serves to restrain contemporary women in these societies.[clarification needed] 
I copied a large section because it clearly pertains to this
You tube search Matriarchial society
Some of this seems to be BS but there are trends
lets look at few individuals
My favorite was due to her rise to power
Wu Zetian (17 February 624 – 16 December 705), alternatively named Wu Zhao, Wu Hou, during the later Tang dynasty as Tian Hou, in English as Empress Consort Wu or by the deprecated term “Empress Wu“, was a Chinese sovereign who ruled unofficially as empress consort and empress dowager and officially as empress regnant (皇帝) during the brief Zhou dynasty (周, 690–705), which interrupted the Tang dynasty. Wu was the sole officially recognized empress regnant of China in more than two millennia.
Wu Zetian – A Woman’s Journey to Rule
One of the more extraordinary figures of Chinese history, Wu Zetian was the only female to rule as emperor of China, rising to power in the time of the Tang dynasty, (618 to 903) a period of comparative peace and freedom for women.
Elizabeth 1 of England – wikipedia
Elizabeth I (7 September 1533 – 24 March 1603) was Queen of England and Ireland from 17 November 1558 until her death on 24 March 1603. Sometimes called The Virgin Queen, Gloriana or Good Queen Bess, Elizabeth was the last of the five monarchs of the House of Tudor.
Elizabeth was the daughter of Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn, his second wife, who was executed two-and-a-half years after Elizabeth’s birth. Anne’s marriage to Henry VIII was annulled, and Elizabeth was declared illegitimate. Her half-brother, Edward VI, ruled until his death in 1553, bequeathing the crown to Lady Jane Grey and ignoring the claims of his two half-sisters, Elizabeth and the Roman Catholic Mary, in spite of statute law to the contrary. Edward’s will was set aside and Mary became queen, deposing Lady Jane Grey. During Mary’s reign, Elizabeth was imprisoned for nearly a year on suspicion of supporting Protestant rebels.
In 1558 upon Mary’s death, Elizabeth succeeded her half-sister to the throne and set out to rule by good counsel. She depended heavily on a group of trusted advisers, led by William Cecil, 1st Baron Burghley. One of her first actions as queen was the establishment of an English Protestant church, of which she became the Supreme Governor. This Elizabethan Religious Settlement was to evolve into the Church of England. It was expected that Elizabeth would marry and produce an heir; however, despite numerous courtships, she never did. She was eventually succeeded by her first cousin twice removed, James VI of Scotland. She had earlier been responsible for the imprisonment and execution of James’s mother, Mary, Queen of Scots.
Keep in mind that yes
Queen elizabeth beat the mighty SPANISH ARMADA.. via a war of attrition a sign of her brilliance
There is so much here
Google search Queen Elizabeth 1
Next is an egyptian ruler
Cleopatra VII Philopator (Ancient Greek: Κλεοπᾰ́τρᾱ Φιλοπάτωρ, translit. Kleopátrā Philopátōr; 69 – 10 or 12 August 30 BC)[note 2] was the last active ruler of the Ptolemaic Kingdom of Egypt, nominally survived as pharaoh by her son Caesarion.[note 4] She was also a diplomat, naval commander, linguist, and medical author. As a member of the Ptolemaic dynasty, she was a descendant of its founder Ptolemy I Soter, a Macedonian Greek general[note 5] and companion of Alexander the Great. After the death of Cleopatra, Egypt became a province of the Roman Empire, marking the end of the Hellenistic period that had lasted since the reign of Alexander (336–323 BC).[note 6] Her native language was Koine Greek and she was the first Ptolemaic ruler to learn the Egyptian language.[note 7]
For the last one I decided to add a recent ruler
Margaret Hilda Thatcher, Baroness Thatcher, LG, OM, DStJ, PC, FRS, HonFRSC (née Roberts; 13 October 1925 – 8 April 2013) was a British stateswoman who served as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom from 1979 to 1990 and Leader of the Conservative Party from 1975 to 1990. She was the longest-serving British prime minister of the 20th century and the first woman to hold that office. A Soviet journalist dubbed her “The ‘Iron Lady’“, a nickname that became associated with her uncompromising politics and leadership style. As Prime Minister, she implemented policies known as Thatcherism.
She studied chemistry at Somerville College, Oxford, and worked briefly as a research chemist, before becoming a barrister. Thatcher was elected Member of Parliament for Finchley in 1959. Edward Heath appointed her Secretary of State for Education and Science in his Conservative government. In 1975, Thatcher defeated Heath in the Conservative Party leadership election to become Leader of the Opposition, the first woman to lead a major political party in the United Kingdom. She became Prime Minister after winning the 1979 general election.
I picked these because several others will be used later
So historically, woman have had direct rule of a country.. many times
We have proven sufficiently for Da Lazy Scholar two points
Now sociological is gonna get a little more .. Well there
female rulers in hostory- google search
just more evidence
This is the part that is gonna get me in deep S@#$
So lets put forward some base ideas first
A clique (AusE, CanE, UK: /ˈkliːk/ or US: /ˈklɪk/), in the social sciences, is a group of individuals who interact with one another and share similar interests. Interacting with cliques is part of normative social development regardless of gender, ethnicity or popularity. Although cliques are most commonly studied during adolescence and middle childhood development, they exist in all age groups. They are often bound together by shared social characteristics such as ethnicity and socioeconomic status. Examples of common or stereotypical adolescent cliques include athletes, nerds, and “outsiders”.
Typically, people in a clique will not have a completely open friend group, and can therefore “ban” members if they do something considered unacceptable, such as talking to someone disliked. Some cliques tend to isolate themselves as a group view themselves as superior to others.
In studies of social animals, the highest ranking individual is sometimes designated as the alpha. Males, females, or both, can be alphas, depending on the species. Where one male and one female fulfill this role together, they are sometimes referred to as the alpha pair. Other animals in the same social group may exhibit deference or other species-specific subordinate behaviours towards the alpha or alphas.
Alpha animals usually gain preferential access to food and other desirable items or activities, though the extent of this varies widely between species. Male or female alphas may gain preferential access to sex or mates; in some species, only alphas or an alpha pair reproduce.
Alphas may achieve their status by superior physical strength and aggression, or through social efforts and building alliances within the group. The individual with alpha status sometimes changes, often through a fight between the dominant and a subordinate animal. These fights are often to the death, depending on the animal
.. and BETA
Beta and omega
Social animals in a hierarchical community are sometimes assigned ranks in ethology studies.
Beta animals often act as second-in-command to the reigning alpha or alphas and will act as new alpha animals if an alpha dies or is otherwise no longer considered an alpha. In some species of birds, males pair up in twos when courting, the beta male aiding the alpha male. It has been found that the social context of the animals has a significant impact on courtship behavior and the overall reproductive success of that animal.
Omega (usually rendered ω) is an antonym used to refer to the lowest caste of the hierarchical society. Omega animals are subordinate to all others in the community, and are expected by others in the group to remain submissive to everyone. Omega animals may also be used as communal scapegoats or outlets for frustration, or given the lowest priority when distributing food.
Naturalistic Observation wikipedia
Naturalistic observation is, in contrast to analog observation, a research tool in which a subject is observed in its natural habitat without any manipulation by the observer. During naturalistic observation, researchers take great care to avoid interfering with the behavior they are observing by using unobtrusive methods. Naturalistic observation involves two main differences that set it apart from other forms of data gathering. In the context of a naturalistic observation, the environment is in no way being manipulated by the observer nor was it created by the observer.
Naturalistic observation, as a research tool, comes with both advantages and disadvantages that impact its application. By merely observing at a given instance without any manipulation in its natural context, it makes the behaviors exhibited more credible because they are occurring in a real, typical scenario as opposed to an artificial one generated within a lab. Naturalistic observation also allows for study of events that are deemed unethical to study via experimental models, such as the impact of high school shootings on students attending the high school. Naturalistic observation is used in many techniques, from watching an animal’s eating patterns in the forest to observing the behavior of students in a school setting.
So why Cliques, Beta males, and Naturalistic observations
I have noticed a tendency with social groups
-In the military
one or two females would be surrounded by a gaggle of hanger ons
due to a difference (my not giving a S@#$) i was observing this
those males were all Beta males with no hope of mating with them
So I observed this in multiple situations at bars and clubs
Gay, straight, bi, or what ever it repeatedly appeared (not tied oddly enough to biological sex)
Social Alpha vs social beta, random I dont give a F#$%
-Online recently (#comicsgate)
Same d@#$ trend
a few females (mental archtype female) surrounded by guys
SA vs SB, RIDGAF
I had to stop and take a moment when I crossed this threshold.. A lot of crap went through my mind
Cliques do form around Females (MAF)
they rule the little cliques
Going off the rails here for a moment
Think back or talk with friends
Meeting the parents of your spouse
mama or the MAF had to be dealt with and kept happy
I am writing this and My mind went.. WHAT THE F#$%
This gives us a feel for history and now I cant help but wonder
Is there an all female CABAL secretly running things?
Laughing.. I was till I looked at history
Remember we are on the social aspects..
This is a very important part.. Such social interactions would have left fingerprints.. Large ones
Then I could hear a dissenter laugh..
Hillary was not elected president because of the patriarchy
She lost to two women the first time versus barrack
Valerie June Jarrett (née Bowman; born November 14, 1956) is an American businesswoman and former government official. She served as the senior advisor to President of the United States Barack Obama and assistant to the president for public engagement and intergovernmental affairs from 2009 to 2017. Before that, she served as a co-chair of the Obama–Biden Transition Project.
Michelle LaVaughn Robinson Obama (born January 17, 1964) is an American writer, lawyer, and university administrator who served as the First Lady of the United States from 2009 to 2017. She is married to the 44th U.S. President, Barack Obama, and was the first African-American First Lady. Raised on the South Side of Chicago, Illinois, Obama is a graduate of Princeton University and Harvard Law School. In her early legal career, she worked at the law firm Sidley Austin, where she met Barack Obama. She subsequently worked in non-profits and as the Associate Dean of Student Services at the University of Chicago and the Vice President for Community and External Affairs of the University of Chicago Medical Center. Michelle married Barack in 1992 and they have two daughters.
I am not
Edward J. Klein (born 1937) is an American author, tabloid writer and gossip columnist who is a former foreign editor of Newsweek, and former editor-in-chief of The New York Times Magazine (1977–1987). He has written about the Kennedys, Bill Clinton, Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama, Michelle Obama, and Donald Trump.
Blood Feud: The Clintons vs. The Obamas
On the surface, they are allies, two of the most powerful Democratic families on the political landscape, shaping American policy for years to come. Behind the scenes, they are bitter enemies, rivals fueled by great personal animosity.
#1 New York Times bestselling author Edward Klein unveils the jealousy, hostility, and outright rancor that divide the Clintons and Obamas. Now, as the Clintons attempt to maneuver their way back into the White House, Blood Feud, the bestseller that toppled Hillary Clinton’s Hard Choices from the #1 New York Times slot, sheds new light on the political spectacle to come.
·The secret Hillary Clinton is keeping that could make it impossible for her to be president
·How Barack Obama set up Hillary Clinton to take the blame for the Benghazi debacle
·Why Michelle Obama’s political ambitions could rival Hillary Clinton’s
·How the only White House dinner between the Obamas and the Clintons simmered with tension and contempt
·The true power behind president Obama is not Michelle, but her closest friend…
I was thinking why was hillary not liked
Another thought occured to me
Biologically and behaviorlly, the Obamas most likely knew of Clintons’s behavior to a level we will never know
Hillary as a female tolerated her mates behavior
Which power players like Michelle and Jarret would never tolerate.. Northern African Female mindset semi classic versus southern power players
They shut her out because she was .. Well Cliques do this all the time.. Military, High School, and Work..
I can hear the question now
So you are saying females may have formed a Cabal (clique )
Take a moment with me and look at the social footprints.. A female CABAL’s existence or at least one close enough by the numbers
Lets take a look at a theory in science that might account for it
Group selection is a proposed mechanism of evolution in which natural selection acts at the level of the group, instead of at the more conventional level of the individual.
Early authors such as V. C. Wynne-Edwards and Konrad Lorenz argued that the behavior of animals could affect their survival and reproduction as groups, speaking for instance of actions for the good of the species. From the mid 1960s, evolutionary biologists such as John Maynard Smith argued that natural selection acted primarily at the level of the individual. They argued on the basis of mathematical models that individuals would not altruistically sacrifice fitness for the sake of a group. They persuaded the majority of biologists that group selection did not occur, other than in special situations such as the haplodiploid social insects like honeybees (in the Hymenoptera), where kin selection was possible.
In 1994 David Sloan Wilson and Elliott Sober argued for multi-level selection, including group selection, on the grounds that groups, like individuals, could compete. In 2010 three authors including E. O. Wilson, known for his work on social insects especially ants, again revisited the arguments for group selection. They argued that group selection can occur when competition between two or more groups, some containing altruistic individuals who act cooperatively together, is more important for survival than competition between individuals within each group. Their proposals provoked a strong rebuttal from a large group of evolutionary biologists.
I am not laughing because this tells me some things that can be tested
Okay Da Lazy Scholar socially
In the military, the wives have close to the same power socially as their husbands ranks
(spouses is easily substituted for wives or husbands)
Other organizations have said networks
PTA, Churches, masons, you name it
The wife has power based on husbands rank
Not for the sucessful.. It is teamwork.. The spouse and or mistress has to maintain certain functions socially.. So the mate climbs in power.. Help arrange back room deals Excetra..
I point to FDR and Elanor Roosevelt, Bill and hillary clinton, and The Obamas as my basic proof..
And social standing has a LOT of factors.. A woman’s mate/plaything is ONE of them
Biologically on earth we established rule by female exist
Historically its there
Socially we got our last check
If the Amazonian CABAL does exist, which now I am like F#$% !!!!!
The SJW Females and Feminist are screwed!!!
Chickens are gregarious birds and live together in flocks. They have a communal approach to the incubation of eggs and raising of young. Individual chickens in a flock will dominate others, establishing a “pecking order“, with dominant individuals having priority for food access and nesting locations. Removing hens or roosters from a flock causes a temporary disruption to this social order until a new pecking order is established. Adding hens, especially younger birds, to an existing flock can lead to fighting and injury. When a rooster finds food, he may call other chickens to eat first. He does this by clucking in a high pitch as well as picking up and dropping the food. This behaviour may also be observed in mother hens to call their chicks and encourage them to eat.
Pecking order or peck order is the colloquial term for the hierarchical system of social organization. It was first described by Thorleif Schjelderup-Ebbe in 1921 under the German terms Hackordnung or Hackliste and introduced into English in 1927.
The original use of pecking order referred to the expression of dominance in chickens. Dominance in chickens is asserted by various behaviours, including pecking, which was used by Schjelderup-Ebbe as a measure of dominance and leadership order. In his 1924 German-language article, he noted that “defense and aggression in the hen is accomplished with the beak“. This emphasis on pecking led many subsequent studies on fowl behaviour to use it as a primary observation, however, it has been noted that roosters tend to leap and use their claws in conflicts.
The term dominance hierarchy is often used for this type of social organisation in other animals.
Pecking order is a basic concept in social stratification and social hierarchy that has its counterparts in other animal species, including humans, although the term “pecking order” is often used synonymously.
While I may be disagreed with on this I stand by my observations on this
Females have a pecking order and it is always established.. Due to the females social value.. deny it all you want
we have ALL observed this
Ok we have established the pecking order.. How does this lead to SJW and feminist being screwed?
The points of contact of control for female secret CABAL are their
Well remember the Group Selection Theory.. It combines with the Pecking order..
Older Female members may spout things but the truth is they are where they are in the pecking order for a reason..
[The Socially beta males, or ‘cucks’ which have been tossed around, are literally bee drones in the gaggle.. (that does apply across the WHOLE sexual spectrum)That is why Bee drone is more accurate then cuck..]
Such a CABAL will evolutionary wise not tolerate the Beta and Omega Males.. It is called using a Proxy to fight your battles.. The females in feminism and SJW’s are trying to climb the social ladder in this Matriarchy.. And history and biology are against them..
Biologically the male feminist and SJWs are viewed as weak and unhealthy.. Top females will NOT accept them in the inner circles
At no point is power shared by the female willingly.. Hens, Lionesses, or Wife to my knowledge shares willingly with their main spots or investments..
And if the Amazonian CABAL does exist, which I now have to wince as I consider it.. Functionally .. I must conclude
We already live in a matriarchy..
Odds on the Amazonian CABAL existing, very very likely..
Call me on it.. I want to see your testing of it..
please post videos and tweets
Thank you for taking the time to read this
let me know what you think
PS.. I might do a second part to this in answer to the questions I see coming