Crisis creation. That's all that Julia Gilliard seems to be capable of. She used it to oust Kevin Rudd and she has simply swung from one outlandish argument to the next, apparently unable to tolerate any good news or stability for more than a few minutes at a time. Her entire time in office is nothing but a series of wild controversies, conflicts and clashes ... and they all seem to orbit around her.
I'm sure you've known women who travel about in these storm clouds wherever they go. It appears to follow them with a focus and they are no end of hand-wringing about how the universe must be conspiring against them that they are afflicted with all these ills. Then the poor bitch gets hit by a truck, is unconscious for a few days in hospital and mysteriously all these "crises" vanish from their home/workplace/business/social circle. It's uncanny. It's as if these turmoils were somehow related to them being awake and conversant. Dare I suggest that women tend no more to peace and tranquillity than do most men? We all know they automatically have the high moral ground without a penis and yet observation points to another conclusion. Men who do not respond to the crisis that is in turn generated by the females will not find themselves successful with women. You're either in the play or on the sidelines. Military actions themselves are like a mirror that females look into so that they can watch men in uniforms for potential mates. The killing is sort of like a conversation starter to help women choose. Part of the female psyche is pretending they find war abhorrent even as they feel strongly compelled towards men who wage them, for any cause.
You're probably thinking, "That doesn't make any sense." You're right. You now understand the difference between Homo Sapiens and Neanderthals.
A wit like Voltaire might point out that when absent of a conflict, many women might be simply absent of a purpose. They need crisis to give them any direction at all.