…………….and it is an insanity taught in the American educational system today. The feminist harpies of the 1970s ran coast to coast to announce their new discovery that the male’s overwhelming role dominating nearly every aspect of human affairs over the past 15,000 years resulted from some conspiracy of a few ‘good old boys’.
Lefty leaders of these nuts claimed the male was less significant than a bicycle in the needs of modern womanhood. Gloria Steinem peddled that pedal….didn’t she? She wasn’t alone.
What do you suppose is taught in Women Studies Departments in university. What kind of jobs are open to a gal with a phD in Vagina Studies? What has she been trained to do……at the phD level, no less?
America has never recovered from this insanity. The Germans recovered from their insanity of Naziism. …..the Japanese from their militarism. The Russians still linger with their Bolshevism peeling off the walls at the Kremlin, but, perhaps in time will recover from the murders of millions who were more into the self reliant stuff in life than Obamalike State Control instituted by atheistic progressives.
It should be noted that the New York Times was a propaganda sheet for Stalinist murderousness in the 1930s as diligently as it is protective of the Marxist American, Barack Hussein Obama, in the U.S. in 2012.
Mona Charen has written an article in the National Review regarding the human male. She fails to describe who we are genetically which so vastly separates us from the frailties and limitations of females because they are NOT MALE.
Can We Still Call Men Heroes?
By Mona Charen – July 27, 2012
“If just one man had given his life by throwing himself atop his girlfriend to shield her from bullets in that Aurora, Colo., theater, it would have been cause for amazement. That three apparently did so is deeply affecting. People earn the Medal of Honor for such courage and self-sacrifice in the military. There is no equivalent in ordinary life — or what should be ordinary life.
Jon Blunk, Matt McQuinn and Alex Teves all reacted instantaneously when the horror began to unfold at the theater. The mother of Jansen Young, Blunk’s girlfriend, said that Blunk, 26, pushed Jansen under the seat. “He was 6-feet-2, in incredible shape … He pushed her down on the floor and laid on top of her and he died there.”
Matt McQuinn, 27, dove in front Samantha Yowler and took three bullets –one to the chest, one to the back and one to the leg. Yowler was hit in the leg as well, but survived.
What makes men such as this?
Just in January, we were treated to the spectacle of men behaving like louts on board the stricken Costa Concordia. In contrast to the chivalrous “women and children first” code that, contra the James Cameron movie, really did characterize the conduct of the men aboard the Titanic, the stories from a shipwreck almost exactly a century later were hardly uplifting. An Australian lady aboard recalled, “We just couldn’t believe it — especially the men, they were worse than the women.” A grandmother who was on board agreed, saying, “I was standing by the lifeboats and men, big men, were banging into me and knocking the girls.” A third passenger said, “There were big men, crew members, pushing their way past us to get into the lifeboats.”
Those are the sorts of men who tend to make the news. We speak so often of men as problems to be solved. They are the vast majority of rampage killers and criminals in general. They abandon their kids at much higher rates than women. They have more traffic accidents and die younger. Boys cause more classroom disruption, have higher rates of learning disabilities and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. We have endless complaints about the male sex.
In America, for decades now, we’ve been focused on promoting and supporting the interests of women and girls. Their job prospects, their classroom participation, their self-esteem, and their needs have dominated the agenda.
That attention to women has had consequences. It hasn’t been a good half-century for men. They’ve become a shrinking minority in colleges and universities; their role in the family has become attenuated; young women are beginning to out earn them; and they’ve dropped out of the labor force in greater numbers than ever before. In 2007, writes Charles Murray in “Coming Apart,” more than a quarter of men (27 percent) without a college degree were failing to earn a living, “more than triple the proportion in 1973.”
We’ve pretty thoroughly devalued the traits that have traditionally been considered manly virtues — protectiveness, responsibility, courage. In what we like to think of as our highly civilized culture, such traits are regarded as primitive and/or obsolete.
But as studies on family structure demonstrate, men aren’t just useful to have around in an emergency. Stopping bullets is not the only thing they are for. When men cease to perform their roles as husbands and fathers (because they’ve been invited not to by the feminist movement), the result is social decline. Children are clearly worse off when they grow up without a dad at home. Every social pathology is more pronounced in the children of single mothers than in two-parent homes. But women, too, have paid a steep price. Women are not as happy as they used to be. Every year since 1972, the General Social Survey has asked a representative sample of Americans about their happiness. And every year the reported happiness of women has declined.
Though the cultural arbiters have devalued the unique protectiveness of men, it seems that it takes more than a few decades of disrespect to drain the heroism from them. Now seems like a good time to rediscover the other unique virtues of manliness — it would be a fitting tribute to Blunk, Teves and McQuinn. ”
Comment: The human female is inferior to the human male in nearly every aspect of human existence. We are programmed to be who we are whether or not society is healthy or insane. These heroic men were heroes because they were programmed to protect their dear ones. It is in our DNA, our testosterone, our manhood.
I never had that feeling until I was married. The feeling to protect me was never shared by my spouse, but she would have died to protect her children. The human female cannot be trusted to be a male mate fighting from a fox hole. She simply doesn’t have the same killer instinct for survival in her program.
America is in the state of cultural, educational and political collapse because it no longer identifies itself as a masculine dominated society……Instead it is feminine dominated with all of the hysterics, indecision, and shallowness which goes with such institutions.
The reason my old maid school teachers could share their passion and brilliance for learning and teaching so successfully is because their teaching occured in a male environment. Females do not earn respect because they are not programmed to jump out in front of people they love to protect them from danger.
By the way, security is one of the reasons many…most females expect from marriage. Unfortunately, feminism has infected the American male confusing him regarding what his natural role in life should be.
The female human is incurious compared to the male. She repeats what has been learned and can do it in a winsome way. She is a lousy inventor, composer, manager, someone who thinks outside the box. It is the male who causes invention problems. If shools are going to forever be feminized in America, boys will be going elsewhere for their future. If religions are to be contaminated by the female mind of hocus pocus and shallow feelings, as so many seem to be in the West, the male will go elsewhere for his hunting for the truth.
It is a danger for any society to denegrate or even ignore its males of the future. Lefties in America are thrilled so many pants running around college and university today cover females. Men are competitors by nature and know by instinct where they do NOT want to be……and that is spending their days learning with females and males chirping about female things.
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