The Girl Guides are one of the most fascinating of all official English societies, in that they exemplify the crass social dysfunction at the heart of Anglo culture that has shaped the rampant Anglobitch. Like the Boy Scouts, that Anglo-American prowling ground for homosexual paedophiles and other misfits, the Guides partition the sexes into separate realms from their earliest years, leading ultimately to a riven society wherein the sexes view each other as rivals or even enemies.
The Guides are divided into Rainbows (5-7); Brownies (7-10); Guides (10-14); and Seniors (14-26). Girlguiding ‘enables girls and young women to fulfil their potential and to take an active and responsible role in society through its distinctive, stimulating and enjoyable programme of activities delivered by trained volunteer leaders.’
The Guide promise, no doubt sworn with all the sneering fervour of an SS oath to the Fuhrer, runs thus:
I promise that I will do my best:
To love my God,
To serve the Queen and my country,
To help other people
To keep the Guide Law.
When we get to The Guide Laws, certain problems emerge:
• A Guide is honest, reliable and can be trusted.
• A Guide is helpful and uses her time and abilities wisely.
• A Guide faces challenge and learns from her experiences.
• A Guide is a good friend and a sister to all Guides.
• A Guide is polite and considerate.
• A Guide respects all living things and takes care of the world around her.
Point number four in particular shows that Guides are systematically taught to value their bonds to other women above those with anyone else – particularly men, implicitly. This impression of arrogance and exclusivity is strongly reinforced by the listed aims of Guiding, which provide opportunities for girls and young women to:
• be challenged by new adventures and experiences and achieve a sense of pride in accomplishment
• develop self-awareness, self-respect and self-confidence
• develop a personal faith and values to give life meaning and direction think for themselves, govern themselves and make their own decisions
• make friends and have fun in the family of Guiding
• develop a sense of tolerance, justice, kindness and honour
• learn teamwork and acquire leadership skills, working with and for others
• appreciate the environment and how to live in it
• understand and learn about the world, its people and cultures
Nowhere is there any sense of obedience to men, to fathers, husbands or brothers. The Anglobitch Me! Me! Me! philosophy is here enshrined on an official basis. If anyone still doubts that Anglo-American feminism is in fact an extension of the existing Anglo-Saxon cultural template, just consider the warped values of these ‘traditional’ Anglo organizations.
Above all, the girl guides reinforce the exclusivity of Anglo females in typical puritan fashion. Girls Only! trills the blurb on the website. Nor is this some marginal, bourgeois organization: 600, 000 girls are members in the UK alone.
The Brownies, Girl Guides and so on are a fairly unique Anglo-Saxon phenomenon. They provide a semi-lesbian induction into social life that precludes normal contact with the opposite sex. When one considers this with an eye to psychological development, it is plain that here is the origin of the universal ‘existential abnormality’ that so characterises Anglo-Saxon women. English women exist in an insular world of religion, feminism and snobbery in the case of the middle class, celebrity trash culture in the case of the lower orders. In the onerous official examples of these strange, women-only organisations we see plainly the origins of these attitudes. When one tries to talk to any English woman about anything beyond their parochial, gender-specific obsessions, a look of blank incomprehension sweeps her face. The origins of this lie in the puritan-driven division of the sexes into two separate races by semi-official edict in Anglo-American culture.