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Thursday, November 20, 2008


While riding on the subway this week I noticed a woman sitting next to me reading a report concerning the behavior of preschoolers. I mentioned that the main issue with preschoolers was that they didn’t have mothers at home to provide the love and nurturing that children that age require. She challenged me and in a militant manner but the subway had reached my stop and we couldn’t continue the discussion.

That event reminded me of the comments made by a Kenyan woman who I know regarding Western thought. She said wherever Western man goes he disturbs what is natural and then creates a “fix it” mentality to deal with what he has disrupted.

Her viewpoint becomes readily apparent upon addressing the condition of our youth today. At least one million of our youth belong to street gangs. Girls at the ages of 10 and 11 have sex clubs in grade school, even in parochial schools. Pregnancies now occur to 40% of teenagers. A government statistic indicates that America has the most violent boys n the world. These are but a few of the many illustrations of decadent conditions that prevail among our youth.

The cause of these conditions has been the destruction of the natural family environment necessary for the development of children. 90% of gang members come from broken homes, as do 90% of the men in prison. 24 million children go to bed at night without a father in the home. Only 12% of our 18 year-olds live with both their natural parents. For all practical considerations the family has been destroyed in America and the effects can be readily seen among our confused, lonely, and misdirected youth.

Getting back to the woman on the subway with her report on the behavior of preschoolers, the raising of children by the state is not something of recent development. In his Republic, Plato calls for the turning over of all babies to the State with the resultant abandonment of the family structure. Government control of all aspects of the life of its citizens is inherent in Western thought and is contrary to natural order. Whatever is contrary to the natural order deteriorates; our children were raised in an un-natural environment and their condition has deteriorated.

Our children require love and nurturing when they are young and guidance and discipline when they are older. The natural way for them to receive this is through their mothers and fathers. We have denied our children the warmth and security of the home. They have been forsaken. Most of you who are reading this have been forsaken. The deliberate breakdown of the family began more than two generations back and it has affected most of society.

Girls no longer understand why they were born females and boys do not understand why they were born males; neither knows their purpose in life. They no longer receive instruction in manhood and womanhood. They no longer dress and act in a manner to attract the opposite sex for the purpose of mating and producing offspring. All standards have deteriorated. Our youth just hangs out together with personal gratification being the only objective or even reward, which is temporary at best. I recall reading an article in which a woman college graduate said, “What’s a date?” She had not been on one date during her time in college—a very sad situation. People have no sense of purpose; that makes for a dull and impotent existence.

The government no longer wants you to behave like men and women but as persons, as automaton production workers and directed consumers. While you do these two functions the government takes over every aspect of your lives. The government might project the image that it cares about you, but only people can love you. Usually the people who love you best are your parents or members of your extended family, but I realize that is not always the case.

When we address the root cause of our forsaken children their condition will improve. The root cause is the absence of the patriarchal structure, which in turn resulted in the destruction of the family. Patriarchy is family. Men make patriarchy. No men. No family.

I ask you all to consider this statement. Either man rules or the government rules, there are no other options. Our forsaken youth are a result of government rule. Don’t you think its time for men to reclaim their manhood and reestablish the family as the focal point of society?

If you do, then review our mission statement and become involved in the promotion and dissemination of our message.

To the women who are reading this article, while I call upon the men to make change, I call upon you to support them and nurture them. They are risking their lives to make a better world for you and your children.

I ask that you review my recent video on this subject.


Friday, November 14, 2008


America has more men in prison than any other nation; more than China and India combined and they have more than two billion residents among them. One man in six between the ages of 18 and 30 has a relationship with the law. In the African-American community one man in three in that age groups has a relationship with the law, with the trends worsening.

In 1976 the prison population numbered 250,000, a high figure by world standards. Eight years later in 1984 it had doubled to a half million, by 1992 it had doubled again to one million, and by 2000 it had doubled to two million. It now stands at 2.4 million and growing.

A society that locks up large numbers of its men in prison and has them spend what should be the formative or productive years of their life rotting away in cages, has an oppressive government. Yet, this issue never receives recognition let alone discussion from any political party or member of government at any level, nor even from the supposedly watch dog media. Because of that deliberate oversight I am addressing the issue here and on youtube at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G5_WNrmww1w. Those 2.4 million men in prison are someone’s sons, brothers or fathers. That’s a major issue.

There are all sorts of pretexts upon which to arrest males. Domestic violence, sexual harassment, and accusations of rape are but a few of them. When the new hate crimes legislation gets enacted to supplement these laws we will see a rate of incarceration that will approach the mass production of prisoners.

The government wants all male authority destroyed. It does this by a combined effort of neutering the male and incarcerating him. All laws, employment practices, educational instruction, and family matters are based on gender equality, which the law interprets as gender sameness—an illustration of the gross ignorance and materialistic thought of Western society.

However, in cases of domestic violence—where statistics indicate a true equality of violent acts—the police, who are now required to make arrests on all domestic violence calls, usually arrest the male. In cases of sexual harassment claims, the word of the female is usually taken. The foundation of law—innocent until proven guilty—is reversed in matters of gender issues and the male must prove his innocence. Gender sameness is not practiced in the legal system.

If the male does not comply with the un-natural practice of sameness he is thrust into prison, and as part of his parole or release he is required to attend support groups or counseling which in essence destroys his manhood.

The government has a purpose in promoting and enforcing gender sameness for it assists in destroying the authority of the male. For anything to function in this universe there can only be one assertive influence—one authority. Since by law gender sameness must prevail in the home that translates into a lack of authority. The government has stepped in and made of itself the authority in all matters concerning men, women, and children. In essence it has destroyed the family as the focal point of society leaving it leaderless and begging for the authority of the government.

Our ubiquitous and all pervasive government has brought us to the threshold of tyranny. It could only do this by emasculating and incarcerating our men—our fathers, brothers, and sons.

Will we stand by passively and become engulfed by tyranny, or will we rise to the challenge and join with like-minded people and re-establish among ourselves the natural patriarchal structure of the universe?


Friday, November 7, 2008


When I started my public television series 15 years ago I opened each program by listing what I considered to be the seven major issues affecting our society. The list has not changed since I first put it together, but all of the issues have gotten worse. To address these conditions again I made a movie on youtube that lists these seven issues. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xTqIPVwlJA0. I will make seven more movies devoting one to each of the issues. To supplement that series I will cover one of the seven issues in an essay on this website at the same rate at which the movies are made. In this essay I will mention the seven issues and give a brief description of each.

The high incarceration rate of American males is the first and paramount issue. We have 2.4 million men in prison at this time; that’s more total men in prison than China and India have combined. How can we call America the land of the free when we have the highest incarceration rate in the world?

The number of youth in street gangs and involved in a life of crime and debauchery is the second most significant issue. One million of our youth belong to street gangs. Girls are involved in sex clubs before they reach their teens. America has the most violent boys in the world.

The declining state of the well-being of American women represents the third major issue. Debilitating depression is the number one health issue of American women with upwards of as many as 10 million women suffering from that illness. They also have disproportionately high rates of breast cancer.

The high crime rate represents the fourth major issue. We have been told that crime has been reduced at most levels, which is a misleading statistic. The government has swept the streets of our young men and thrown them into prison leaving fewer around to commit crimes. Yet the number of surveillance cameras has increased, the number of security guards has increased, and the number of laws that will lead to more men in prison has increased.

The utter collapse of the educational system represents the fifth major issue. A statistic distributed by the national Association of Scholars indicates that a test given to high school graduates 55 years ago when given to college seniors five years ago resulted in lower scores by the college seniors. In practical terms that means your grandmothers and great-grandmothers who finished high school know more than you do today if you are in college.

The state of the economy represents the sixth issue. During the past 15 years we have been told that we have experienced the largest sustained growth in the economy. If this is true, why are you working longer hours and/or holding down two jobs to stay even? Why are people working into their 70’s? Why do we have an economic health care crisis? The disparity between the top and bottom of the economic ladder has increased tremendously and continues to do so.

The lack of ethics and standards of all sorts represents the seventh issue. A lack of understanding of our purpose in life and the proper conduct to achieve that purpose accounts for the first six issues and other collateral issues such as the destruction of the environment and the health and well-being of society.

These are what I consider to be the most important issues facing us and they are issues that we can do something about. I will describe these issues in more detail in subsequent essays and also recommend courses of action.


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