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Monday, August 19, 2013

Are the feds starting to acknowledge that there is a problem?

MacKay announces $120,000 over three years to help male sex-abuse victims

Forget about the money, 40,000 a years will not exactly help much. What does help right now is the recognition that there is a problem, that men, who themselves vote, are an integral part of society and too pander to one group is not a good political move. Something the ndp and the liberals better take note of.

It's just a beginning, but if I may quote Churchill, "it is not the beginning of the end, but the end of the beginning."
There are many questions here that time will answer, did they take notice? Have they realize that men are not happy? Do they understand they represent all people of the nation, not one group? Do they care about the suffering of the male population at the hands of a hateful group? And finally, do they accept that men and boys can be abused in many ways just like women?

There must be more pressure put on the government to do more, to equalize the help between men and women, boys and girls, and to understand, that "not all men are bad" and that the majority of men. women and children just want peaceful productive lives, and not be put in the same basket as those who do wrong as feminist ideology does...
We, men, do not hold power through rape and sexual harassment, and I hope governments understand that when this is said, they are talking about them also.

Only time will tell, but if I know my feminists, they will put pressure to eliminate this program...

Also, there are many other situations that needs to be addressed, only this one will not ensure the continuity of a prosperous nation.
Schools is the other problem, more and more boys are opting out or just do not feel welcomed...
As school begins in the coming weeks, parents of boys should ask themselves a question: Is my son really welcome? A flurry of incidents last spring suggests that the answer is no. In May, Christopher Marshall, age 7, was suspended from his Virginia school for picking up a pencil and using it to “shoot” a “bad guy” — his friend, who was also suspended. A few months earlier, Josh Welch, also 7, was sent home from his Maryland school for nibbling off the corners of a strawberry Pop-Tart to shape it into a gun. At about the same time, Colorado’s Alex Evans, age 7, was suspended for throwing an imaginary hand grenade at “bad guys” in order to “save the world.”

Even if this report was from the states, you can be assured that it is openly happening here in Canada. It's just that our feminized left wing media refuses to talk about it.
Boys are no longer allowed to be boys in schools. 
I wonder if the rest of the world weakens it's male population the way we do?


Anonymous said...

don't hold your breath.

BlackWolf said...

If I would think like you, nothing will ever change.