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Monday, July 29, 2013

Is it possible to stop violence against all men? Yes, but...

 IT WOULD HAVE TO BE A WORLD WIDE CONCERTED EFFORT...

Erin Pizzey posted on her site:
 PLEASE READ THIS ARTICLE : I agree with angry harry we all need to support an action to stop all violence to men. Of course women and children also need support, For the last forty years men have had no support at all.

Stop Violence Against Men
It's about time that we tried to stop violence against men.

This article supported by Erin Pizzey makes a good point, it's fine to stop violence against children and women but how can any kind of violence stop, if violence against men is not addressed?
Whether in crime, home, wars, men in history have been the main recipient of violence, so why isn't there any effort to stop it?
We know feminists wont talk about it because they need individuals to be the bad guys in order to keep their posh little lives and their inflated self importance, they always point to the few "bad individuals", to attack the segment of society that ensures their very freedom. They actually thrive on violence, without it, they would not have any reason to exist. And that is what I always point to...feminist hypocrisy...

Or is it that as a whole, those who have power need a portion of men to stay men?
I mean, an army of manginas could not defend their "democracy" could they?
If we were to stay in the realistic view of the world, it's not safe out there. Wars, uprising, terrorism, revolutions, crime, all of which by the way some women also take part in, they need a good chunk of "men" to be willing to be shot at, cut up, shredded, blown apart, to make sure the "ruling elite" keep their positions.
And in order the keep this, they must make sure, men are willing and able to go through extreme violence to stop it, so it does take a good portion of us to stay as men, and be willing to die and impose violence on those who would bring it to our shores...
Does anyone really believe, we would be safer,                                    
                                                                        if he becomes .........................this thing??
Not fu...ing likely....

So in other words, what we are dealing with is massive hypocrisy, from those who promote the demonization of men, those who attack men for been men, those who pass laws to control men....
Because if it wasn't for men, they would not exist. We assure people such as this the freedom to say really stupid idiotic things, even against us…

I think weak minded people are jealous of the few who guarantees freedom, we can war against evil and we can cherish those around us, all at the same time, something they could never have the courage to do.
Ironic isn't it????
Stopping violence against men is just as important as stopping violence against children and women, because it is men who are the major beneficiary of violence. How can any of this stop, if half the population is overlooked.
 But, as I said, we are dealing with giant massive hidden hypocrisy also...

How can we have this...

If "men" are not willing and able to go through this...
Or are they stupid enough to think we enjoy it......

Here is an idea, instead of calling all men violent, why don't they learn to appreciate what men have gone through for the freedom and love of family, why don't they all understand that an attack on men is an attack on all, and defending the rights of men to live in peace is defending the rights of all...
It is men who ensures peace, certainly not the feminist and her mangina.

Here is another idea, when a crime is committed, when a foreign invader comes knocking, why don't they wave the pink flag of a non violent society, they can yell out loud, "it's OK  we do not believe in violence here", that way they can all sing kumbaya together...
see how that works out...
Someday, someone will have the balls to say;
"Shut the f... up you stupid feminist hag, take your mangina with you, go home and pet your cats....Take a look at what they have been through before you talk, how would you like to be a man, under these conditions".

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

good post.u de man

The Native Canadian said...

Thanks