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Dear Brothers and Sisters:  Gender and Its Responsibility

Sunday, July 19, 2009


The term “empowerment of women” has permeated the media, politics and education of this nation. It is a term that derives from the complete ignorance of gender abilities and relationships. The words power and empower are relativities. A power hitter in baseball gets more extra bases per hit than the average player. A powerful speaker moves people to accept a message more easily than the other speakers. A powerful car has more horsepower than most cars. To empower someone is to give them power relative to others.

To empower women relative to men in manly attributes is an oxymoron. A woman can never be empowered vis-à-vis a man in manly things. Men on the other hand, can be disempowered by castrating them, neutering them, and emasculating them, which has been done by law and their own ignorance. The result has not seen any increase in power of women—they are not hitting a longer ball nor do they have more horsepower—what has happened is that men are no longer permitted to exercise their power and the result has been a complete disempowerment of women.

The way a woman can be empowered vis-à-vis a man is in non-manly areas. When men’s power was unrestricted they built families. They could not do this on their own because only women had the reproductive ability. Therefore, women were sought after and they became empowered because they could do something the men couldn’t; they could bring life into the world and nurture it. This is what Professor Steven Goldberg author of Why Men Rule, called a “win-win” situation for women. No man can compete with being a good wife and mother. Being a good wife and mother was empowerment not at the expense of men but as a result of the power of men.

This female empowerment leveled up the entire race, because men set standards and women did their best to show that they lived according to those standards. Men married “the mother’s of their children” and were very careful as to whom they would select for that responsibility. Women were treated with dignity. A myriad of courtesies were extended to women such as opening the door for them, allowing them to go first, and having them walk on the sheltered side of the sidewalk. They were protected by their fathers, brothers, and husbands. They were not treated as similars because real men knew that women were receptive and responsive and therefore vulnerable and required protection.

In the current era of the emasculated male women have become completely disempowered. They have been reduced to work units. They have become automaton workers and programmed consumers. All the natural protection given to them by men has been removed and their moral conduct has degenerated. Their natural attributes of compassion and consideration have been suppressed and been replaced by a cultivation of aggressive behavior. They have been recruited into police departments to learn how to shoot people and they have been recruited in the military to learn how to kill people. The nurturers of the race are being taught to become the destroyers of the race. They are being motivated to become single mothers, dump their children while still in diapers into state run child care centers while they get on the treadmill of production. They see their children end up in street gangs, on drugs, in prison, and shot dead in the streets.

The result of this aberration of human behavior is that women are breaking down. The number one debilitating illness of Western women is depression. They have become so “liberated” that they are going out of their minds, and at an ever-increasing rate. Having the government act as their husband is not working in their best interests. Only men can empower women. REAL MEN who know their responsibility to the family, tribe, and human race empower women.

In order for men to fulfill heir responsibilities, which will result in the empowerment of women, they must understand the principle of gender and the patriarchal structure necessary to maintain the family. They must also have the courage to regain the authority necessary to fulfill their responsibilities.


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