I find it interesting that men are falling further and further behind in school and in work, and suffering much higher rates of depression, obesity, suicide, and addiction, as well as poverty, incarceration, violence, and early death, and yet everything the mainstream media promotes is related to promoting women, and demonizing men and traditional masculine virtues.
There is certainly a war taking place: There is a war on women AND it is happening by way of a war on men.
Make no mistake: Statistically, it is a lie. Ideologically, it is a strategy. This ideology’s victims, unfortunately, are the poor and working class. The affluent ideologues, many from Ivy League or expensive clique schools, can afford private schools, nannies, psychologists, and housekeepers while they outsource the negative ills of their phony moral posturing on the less fortunate.
Just look at what is happening to the most vulnerable in society and you can see that this anti-family ideology is bogus. I grew up in a traditional family structure, where Father and Mother were a sacred role, and where each helped each other and us, and I am thankful for this. My father sacrificed for my mother and my mother sacrificed for my father. They both sacrificed for us. They were a team and the traditional culture I grew up in was the larger story.
Other than the wanton destruction of life itself, this is the biggest “social justice” issue of our time, the anti-man and anti-woman ideology of the culture makers. It is not an anthropology, it’s an anti-anthropology and an anti-culture, and it creates misery, illness, and death in its wake. It’s not creating men and women, it’s creating anti-men and anti-women. For the first time in history, we are actively promoting anti-women and anti-men in the context of an anti – culture. There is a war on women, I agree, and it is coming indirectly from the war on men.
What can we do? Grab a life jacket and hop in a life boat! Start to awaken and help each other be the best men and women we can be and help the less fortunate to have stable traditional families. I like that Tucker Carlson is having some conversations about this too, especially with the most popular father figure on the internet, Dr. Jordan Peterson: