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Good articles to read!

Post by zacb » January 17th, 2013, 12:54 am ... te_doc.pdf It is on raising your son to be non-feminized. :D
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Post by Jester » January 21st, 2013, 5:11 am

Fantastic stuff, ZacB!

Here's an excerpt:

If you’re the parent of a son and you want your kid to be a boy in the traditional, nongender-blurred sense of the word, then you’re going to be busier than a one armed wallpaper hanger finding and keeping good masculine examples for your young son. As I stated in last week’s column, good luck finding holy testosterone in Hollywood, in government schools and in the ridiculously feminized evangelical world.

The day has come when you, as a parent, are going to have to be defiant for your son’s masculine rights and upbringing. The man haters have an ideological agenda and some prescription med’s ready to rid your boy of all his distinct behavioral traits—and it’s your job, mom and dad, to make certain these jack asses don’t lay their gloves on him. Pink Floyd’s “Hey, teacher, leave these kids aloneâ€￾ line from “Another Brick in The Wallâ€￾ takes on a whole new meaning in this new millennium as far as sons are concerned.

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Post by Jester » January 21st, 2013, 5:15 am

Here's another excerpt;

Born to Rule/Take Dominion

God’s initial earth boy was born to dominate creation and to exercise authority over the
planet. God designed His first terrestrial son to be a leader, to take charge, to exert
influence. Yaweh didn’t construct Adam to be a passive clod, some indolent handout
addict who abnegates his responsibility to other people or institutes; but rather, Adam
was to be a bold and imaginative chief.

This is the very thing the misandrists hate in men and are trying desperately to curb in your kid, namely, this can-do spirit.

Parent, you should encourage your bambino to lead, compete and conquer. Whether it is
subduing his backyard, his dirty bedroom or an opposing team, or mastering a musical
instrument, a textbook or a chore—your son should learn to govern, be the champion and
strive for excellence in accomplishment in all that he does.

Look, according to the scripture, your son is a natural born leader who will naturally want
to control. It is only, and I mean only, when boys are cowed by abusive authority,
Ritalined out of their brains or indoctrinated to believe this God-given behavior is bad
that they turn into the followers, the veritable sheeples of stupid cultural morays, folding
to high pressure peers and ideological BS. With the leader funk removed from their
trunk, now the boys become tofu for the man haters. Now they become malleable little
spongy play things and are no longer steel-willed competitive leaders. Yes, they become
nice, placid cooperators and doormats to fools and foes. God never intended a boy, your
boy, to be this.

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Post by jamesbond » January 21st, 2013, 5:26 am

That's a good article. What is really sick and perverted, is in anglo-countries, it is GIRLS who are encouraged to conquer and have dominion over men! WTF? :shock:

Women were never supposed to have dominion over men. The way nature intended is to have men have dominion over women.

We live in a man hating society, which puts women on a pedestal. In anglo-countries, men are seen as being "oppressive" towards women and women are seen as being "victims."
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