Eurydice Dixon Died Stupid

A woman on Dalrock’s requested a review of the Eurydice Dixon murder in Melbourne. It’s tame by Los Angeles standards but I do enjoy true-crime stories and it’s significant to MGTOW, so I’ll break my rule and give advice to women. One time.

http://www.theguardian.com/australia-news/2018/jun/19/eurydice-dixon-death-male-rage-australia-women-men-attitudes

When Eurydice Dixon finished her comedy gig at a Melbourne bar last Tuesday she was reportedly in high spirits, sharing a drink with her boyfriend before heading home.

She bought some food and walked through an area she knew well: Princes Park in an affluent northern suburb of the city. Just before midnight, she sent her boyfriend a message: “I’m almost home safe.”

A passerby found Dixon’s body in the middle of a football pitch just before 3am on Wednesday, a few hundred metres from her home.

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Eurydice Dixon (Woof! She reminds me of Jim Carrey in Dumb & Dumber.)

Honestly, there’s nothing to analyze. A young feminist walked through a deserted urban park at midnight after having drinks at a bar and became a crime statistic. Cause of death: toxic stupidity.

Memo to all women, you are prey. Smaller, weaker, less aggressive, your instinctive response to violence is sex instead of lex talionis. You can be smart about it and not wander alone in the dark with alcohol in your brain or you can be stupid about it and flirt with danger while simultaneously demanding the “authorities” protect you without fail.

Look, just…. just DON’T BE STUPID! DON’T ACT MALE! YOU ARE NOT MALE! Be feminine. Accept you’re vulnerable and either avoid danger or appreciate whatever man you can find to keep you safe. That’s the exact opposite of how feminists are responding to the murder. They’re calling for ramped-up emasculation of men… punishing all men everywhere for one rapist-murderer’s night out. They even picked on a cop who said what I just did, only half-heartedly because he knew it wouldn’t make a difference.

The flashpoint was caused by comments by a senior police officer. Supt David Clayton said on the day Dixon’s body was found – and before an arrest was made – that people needed to “take responsibility for your safety”.

“So just make sure you have situational awareness, that you’re aware of your surroundings,” he said. “If you’ve got a mobile phone, carry it; if you’ve got any concerns, call the police.”

It’s time for women to accept that men aren’t going to be there when you need us anymore. We’ve been used, abused, accused, abandoned, frivorced and hated until we went MGTOW just to eat & sleep in peace.

You should live in fear. Avoid dangerous situations. Don’t drink around strangers. Keep your husband happy. Do that and you’ll be safe.

Or, you can make yourself ugly and keep blaming us men for everything you can think of and act surprised when we don’t rescue your ugly, cruel, spoiled-brat carcass from your bad decisions.

 

6 thoughts on “Eurydice Dixon Died Stupid

  1. When I used to drive to work early in the mornings in the big liberal city I used to live in…it would be common in the summer to see young college aged not sober women walking alone at night after the bars closed. Some of these areas I knew weren’t safe (ghettos). I wouldn’t have been dumb enough to do that as a man and yet these girls were doing it.

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  2. Remember the murder of Imette St. Guillermo in NYC? A drunk 5’2″ woman closing down a bar at three AM runs afoul of a felon bouncer. Very sad. National press coverage. The NY press IIRC spewed all the SJ buzzwords using the FI Decoder Ring . Made a bad situation worse; she was a Criminal Justice major and she was compared to a six foot male policeman who would/could have easily caved the assailant’s skull in.

    Her friend left her there. Strength and independence won the day as usual.

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  3. JRob said
    A drunk 5’2″ woman closing down a bar at three AM runs afoul of a felon bouncer.

    Accounts vary as to whether she left on her own or was made to leave.

    Made a bad situation worse; she was a Criminal Justice major and she was compared to a six foot male policeman who would/could have easily caved the assailant’s skull in.

    Littlejohn was 5’7″, 200 lb, and powerfully muscled. He would have given almost any man a lot of trouble in an altercation. For a petite woman like St. Guillen, she stood absolutely no chance against him.

    Her friend left her there.

    She might not have had the physical strength to drag Ms. St. Guillen to a taxi.


    Strength and independence won the day as usual.

    The incident led to legislation that greatly improved bar safety. That’s real grrl power – when there’s something that needs to be fixed, run to a big strong man and have him do it for you.

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  4. “Memo to all women, you are prey. Smaller, weaker, less aggressive, your instinctive response to violence is sex instead of lex talionis.”

    Yes, but what about the plot for Wonder Woman 17? There is a totally strong woman there that totally kicks ass.

    Being facetious, of course.

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  5. “Her friend left her there. Strength and independence won the day as usual.”

    Her friend was smart. Had she stayed, there would only have been two victims. The buddy system works for women but not in the “I’ve got your back, bro” way.

    It’s hard to overestimate female stupidity with respect to their personal safety. I’ve read many true-crime accounts in which college-age girls simply climbed into a stranger’s car, rode off with him and were found by vultures the next day. Just like that. “Hey, pretty girl, hop in my truck and I’ll give you a ride to wherever you’re going.” “Okay!”

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