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Monday, June 3, 2013

Father's importance is to his children, not to society. Society will be stable if children have fathers to show the way.

As I have said in the previous post, feminists and their allies will always talk about the rights of women, leaving out what their personal vendetta against men and fathers produces in our society. The long term effect of their hatred bypasses the needs of our children. We have looked the other way, they made (some) us feel like we were all bad, a problem to the women in our families.
In my opinion, their policies of hate has skirted around the real problem they have and are causing, their venomous attacks and alienation of DAD from our children. In the study below, when they talk of single parent home, it is single mother home they talk about. (A home without DAD, and no I am not bashing the ladies, just trying to make a point)
The idea that fathers are not needed is nothing more than bullshit, it is a direct political ideal of bashing men at the expense of our kids.
I understand in the atmosphere we live in, how difficult it is to fight back, when courts, child protection, lawyers and all in between will tell you that in the grand scheme of things, a father is not that important. (again, bull cookies)
That is why the m.r.a. or the m.r.m. and all pro-father sites are so important to undo the damages they, (the radical man hating feminists) have done.
I do not speak for all men, but I do know this, these organisations, promoting the rights of men and fathers
is not to put us on top, or to control anyone, it is for the benefit of our kids. We clearly see, that without dad, the child has less of a chance to be productive, less self assured.
The fight these feminists and mangina imposed on us was their doing, and they now know the consequences of even trying....
We do not fight back for ourselves but for our place in the circle of life, which as a great importance to the future or...our kids.
We are not the kings of all things, nor do we wish to be, but with our women at our sides and us at theirs, we  give our children and families a better life, and that is called...balance.
Until the feminists changes their attitude towards DAD, and accept that we are an integral part of societies future, and the future of our kids then they will be the ENEMY of the family and should be treated as such.

We see the beginnings of the fall of radical feminism, brought on by men and women who have had just about enough of their venom. In the media, (City TV Toronto Tosses Feminism Under Bus), and even some politicians are now realising that, if they want to keep their jobs, they better start paying attention. (though still in the minority and a ways to go). I have talked to some where I live and was surprised, when some express a dislike for what was going on. I expected a formidable defense of feminists. They are still afraid of them but the tide is slowly changing...slowly.

When we as fathers, fight against injustice, as history shows, we never do it for ourselves but for others, (exclude the white knight and the mangina in this description) and this is no different, we have decided to fight back because some of us have realized they are destroying our own children for their posh salaries and positions of power.
The rights of fathers run parallel to the rights of our women and especially our kids, when you are in a personal fight and everyone is pressing down on you for been a man, remember this, your fight is our fight, and every one of you who decides to fight back at any cost, puts us one step closer to finally once and for all, re-establishing our place besides our children.
This is a fight the radicals cannot win and they know it, that's why you see them ravenously scream and lose control at any father and men's rights gathering.

Been a "PATRIARCH"  is not a bad thing, it simply means you decided to use your strength and wisdom to give your family the right to live in peace, to be who they wish to be and to provide your family with a secure home. A "PATRIARCH",  is you when you grow old and you passed on your wisdom to the young, as Grandpa.

So never be afraid of that word, it is not what the radical feminists say it is. they use it for their own benefit. And no I did not forget about the "MATRIARCH" either.

Be the Warrior, let it out, your children are suffering and need your strength and wisdom, and women in general love the Warrior better than the mangina...or the white knight. Don't take my word for it, look it up...
"For guys eager to attract a mate, according to a surprising new study from the University of British Columbia. It showed that women find swaggering, brooding "bad boys" a lot more attractive than "nice guys."
"Tracy and her co-author, graduate student Alec Beall, said women may have evolved to find proud guys attractive because pride implies status, competence and an ability to provide for a partner and offspring. And previous research has linked smiling with a lack of dominance - which men seem to find attractive in a mate, but not the other way around."
And if I may put it in more simpler manly terms....NEVER FOOL WITH A MAN'S FAMILY.
As for the ladies who stand by their man and family, this post was about fathers, please don't get offended.
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Fatherlessness is a growing problem in Australia and the Western world. Whether caused by divorce and broken families, (feminist hatred of men) or by deliberate single parenting, more and more children grow up without fathers. Indeed, 85 per cent of single parent families are fatherless families.

“The decline of fatherhood is one of the most basic, unexpected, and extraordinary social trends of our time. Its dimensions can be captured in a single statistic: In just three decades, between 1960 and 1990, the percentage of U.S. children living apart from their biological fathers more than doubled, from 17 percent to 36 percent. By the turn of the century, nearly 50 percent of American children may be going to sleep each evening without being able to say goodnight to their dads.”
Sociologist David Popenoe

Another expert puts it this way: “There exists today no greater single threat to the long-term well-being of children, our communities, or our nation, than the increasing number of children being raised without a committed, responsible, and loving father.”

Economic difficulties
Figures from Monash University’s Centre for Population and Urban Research show that family break-up, rather than unemployment, is the main cause of the rise in poverty levels.

A recent US study “found that by far the ‘biggest factor’ associated with child poverty in a county is the proportion of households headed by unwed mothers with children under 18 years of age.” They established that every 1 percentage-point increase in these households correlates with a 1.2 percentage-point increase in the county’s child-poverty rate.

Educational
American children from intact families have a 21 per cent chance of dropping out of high school whereas children from broken families have a 46 per cent chance.

American school children who became father-absent early in life generally scored significantly lower on measures of IQ and achievement tests.

A recent Concordia University found clear positive effects of a father’s influence on the behavioural and cognitive development of children. For example, “for both boys and girls, fathers’ positive parental control predicted higher Performance IQ and fewer internalizing problems over six years later.”

Criminal involvement
A British study found a direct statistical link between single parenthood and virtually every major type of crime, including mugging, violence against strangers, car theft and burglary.
Also in the UK, studies have shown that “children from broken homes are nine times more likely to commit crimes than those from stable families” and “seven out of 10 offenders come from broken homes”.

One American study even arrived at this startling conclusion: the proportion of single-parent households in a community predicts its rates of violent crime and burglary, but the community’s poverty level does not. Neither poverty nor race seem to account very much for the crime rate, compared to the proportion of single parent families.

Involvement with drugs and alcohol
A UCLA study pointed out that inadequate family structure makes children more susceptible to drug use “as a coping mechanism to relieve depression and anxiety.”

Another US study found that among the homes with strict fathers, only 18 per cent had children who used alcohol or drugs at all. In contrast, among mother-dominated homes, 35 per cent had children who used drugs frequently.

A National Institutes of Health study showed a clear connection between non-intact families and child drug abuse: “Our analyses indicated that children from intact families used significantly less inhalants, marijuana, and amphetamines than children from single-parent families.”

Sexual problems
Studies from many different cultures have found that girls raised without fathers are more likely to be sexually active, and to start early sexual activity. Father-deprived girls “show precocious sexual interest, derogation of masculinity and males, and poor ability to maintain sexual and emotional adjustment with one male”.

A US study found that girls who grow up without fathers were “53 percent more likely to marry as teenagers, 111 percent more likely to have children as teenagers, 164 percent more likely to have a premarital birth, and 92 percent more likely to dissolve their own marriages.”

Another US study made this conclusion: “youth who spend part of their childhood/youth living in a household that does not include their biological father are more likely to smoke regularly, become sexually active, and be convicted of a crime.”

New Zealand research has found that the absence of a father is a major factor in the early onset of puberty and teenage pregnancy. Dr Bruce Ellis, Psychologist in Sexual Development at the University of Canterbury in Christchurch found that one of the most important factors in determining early menarche is the father:

“There seems to be something special about the role of fathers in regulating daughters sexual development”.
A British study found that girls brought up by lone parents were twice as likely to leave home by the age of 18 as the daughters of intact homes; were three times as likely to be cohabiting by the age of 20; and almost three times as likely to have a birth out of wedlock.

Mental, emotional and physical well-being
A Canadian study of teenagers discharged from psychiatric hospitals found that only 16 per cent were living with both parents when they were admitted.

A study of nearly 14,000 Dutch adolescents between the ages of 12 to 19 found that, “In general, children from one parent and stepparent families reported lower self-esteem, more symptoms of anxiety and loneliness, more depressed mood and more suicidal thoughts than children from intact families.”

A massive longitudinal study undertaken in Sweden involving over one million children found that children from single parents showed increased risks of psychiatric disease, suicide or suicide attempt, injury and addiction. The authors, writing in The Lancet, concluded that growing up in “a single-parent family has disadvantages to the health of the child”. Bear in mind that Sweden is one of the most highly advanced welfare states on earth. Thus even with a comprehensive welfare net, children still suffer when not in two-parent families.
(This one is particularly interesting, let's not forget, in sweden as in canada, especially in Ontario, all social programs are under the control of.....feminists and their manginas.That is the definition of advance welfare state.)

A US study of 2,733 adolescents found this: “The greater the fathers’ involvement was, the lower the level of adolescents’ behavioral problems, both in terms of aggression and antisocial behavior and negative feelings such as anxiety, depression, and low self-esteem.”

Researchers at the Children’s Hospital of Los Angeles have shown that fatherlessness is directly related to childhood obesity. Statistical analysis of the data established that “family structure was significantly associated with the obesity rate.” In each grade, children from single-mother families had higher rates of obesity than children from two-parent families.

The social cost and to the taxpayer
In the UK the costs of family breakdown is astronomical: “The 2012 total cost of family breakdown to the UK was £44 billion (£43.94 billion), up from £42 billion last year. The annual cost per taxpayer is now £1,470.”
An even newer UK study said this: “Family breakdown is costing taxpayers almost £50 billion a year and the bill is rising fast, a new analysis said yesterday. The costs generated by family breakdown -  including subsidised housing, crime, health and social care and disrupted education – have gone up by nearly a quarter in just four years.”
Dr Bruce Robinson, University of Western Australia, and author of Fathering from the Fast Lane, has estimated the cost of fatherlessness in Australia to be over 13 billion dollars per year.
In Australia it has been estimated that marriage breakdown costs $2.5 billion annually. Each separation is estimated to cost society some $12,000.
Also, Australian industry is reported to lose production of more than $1 billion a year due to problems of family breakdown.
Homelessness is also closely linked with family breakdown. A recent Australian study conducted at two Melbourne universities has found that children whose biological parents stay together are about three times less likely to become homeless than those from other family types.

Child abuse
A 1994 study of 52,000 children found that those who are most at risk of being abused are those who are not living with both parents.

A recent American review of the studies found that “fathers, especially married fathers who live with their children, play an important role in protecting their children from abuse and neglect”

A study examining 126 profiles of perpetrators of fatal assault in United States found that non-biological parents were 17 times more likely to commit a fatal assault toward a child than biological parents.

In Australia, former Human Rights Commissioner Mr Brian Burdekin has reported a 500 to 600 per cent increase in sexual abuse of girls in families where the adult male was not the natural father.

A recent study by the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare found that “a relatively high proportion of substantiations [of child abuse] involved children living in female-headed one-parent families and in two-parent step or blended families.”

Conclusion
The evidence of the harmful effects of father absence could fill many pages. The above is just a small sampling of a very large body of research findings on the issue. The social science research on the need for children to be raised by both a biological mother and father, preferably cemented by marriage, is vast and growing.

Indeed, the evidence is so overwhelming that the reader is advised to look at recent summaries of the data. However, several recent academic studies can be mentioned here, which demonstrate the importance of children growing up with their married biological mother and father.


One American study of 19,000 young people conducted by the Bowling Green State University (Ohio) found that teens fare best when living with two married biological parents: “Adolescents in married, two-biological-parent families generally fare better than children in any of the family types examined here, including single-mother.

Excerpts taken from:
The Facts on Fatherlessness, Part One
The Facts on Fatherlessness, Part Two
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Remember who you are, your children depend on you, never let "others" dictate who and what your place is in the circle of life...
Have a nice day....

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