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Dear Brothers and Sisters:  Gender and Its Responsibility

Monday, March 22, 2010


The current pressure on the Vatican produced by Catholics of various European nations regarding sexual abuse by the priesthood serves as another illustration of societal discontent with all Western institutions.

Priestly abuse of children has not caused the discontent within Catholicism; it is a symptom of it. Ex-Catholics comprise 10% of the American population. The influence of all Western religious institutions has declined. People who have no religious affiliation whatsoever have divorce rates on a par with those of Christians.

The American public has a negative impression of the performance of governmental institutions whether federal, state or local regardless of party affiliation. This disillusionment with the performance of government exists not only in America and Europe, but any place in the world where Western forms of government and institutions have taken root. Every week we find reports in the news media of demonstrations against governments of Western origin.

American educational institutions produce graduates with continually deteriorating academic performance. American legal institutions have produced the highest number of incarcerations in the world. American health institutions have produced a nation so ill that the cost of health care is bankrupting the nation. International financial institutions own the world and literally determine how hard a person must work to afford the necessities of life.

Discontent with all Western institutions continues to increase and rightly so; they are aberrations of nature that dehumanize societal activity. There is little difference in the care of humans and animals in the West; both species are raised in unnatural environments and suffer accordingly.

Western man established these unnatural structures as substitutes for his responsibility, obligation and consideration of society. He gave his authority to the institutions that he created so that he could devote himself to the study and acquisition of matters material. The result has seen the degradation of society’s mental, physical, and spiritual condition.

The World Health Organization announced that the number one health issue in England, America, and Canada is mental illness. In France they take anti-depressants at a rate two and a half times that the English do, which would indicate an even higher rate of mental illness. Upwards of 10% of American women and 15% of European women suffer from debilitating depression. Three million American girls now suffer from depression and the psychiatric facilities of universities constitute part of the evaluation process by parents and applicants.

We are a society rapidly going mad. Isn’t that a sufficient indication that the institutionalization of people is an aberration of nature? What more proof do we need?

Unfortunately Western thought cannot conceive of another way of living other than through its institutions. It does not have an understanding of the purpose of human existence or of nature. Lacking understanding and purpose it requires direction from another source (a feminine requirement normally, naturally, and traditionally provided by men). It created institutions in the hope that they will provide purpose and order. They provide neither. Institutions have no ethics upon which to base moral behavior. They have no concept of right and wrong and create legal and illegal and a system of laws and punishments within their structures in an attempt to maintain social order.

Institutions desire to grow and eliminate competition; they want to converge. Ecumenism attempts to create a one-world religion. Financial institutions have already created a one-world economic system. The New World Order calls for a one-world governmental system.

These institutions create growing discontent among the populace and are becoming increasingly ineffective. Consequently the need for greater governmental control has developed in an attempt to cope with the disorder that the discontent produces. The growth of institutions in the Western world has spiraled out of control and will ultimately implode. After the implosion of Western society a natural gender balance will re-establish it self and humankind will begin living in tune with nature and the spirit behind it.

The purpose of human existence is the propagation and preservation of the species while on its spiritual journey. It is the spirit within each person that creates the discontent with institutions. The spirit working within causes people to chaff at the gross materialism of these institutions and will ultimately enable them to prevail against them. A gender balance must be developed in order for that goal to be achieved.

Men provide the environment and means for women to bring forth life and nurture it; an arrangement called patriarchy that provides the structure for family—the fundamental unit of humankind.

Institutions will be replaced by social mores, traditions, and customs directed at propagating and preserving the species. Spiritual texts will no longer serve as rulebooks for institutions but instead will be used as training manuals for the uplifting of humankind.

The choice that we have is whether to go along with the institutions and get sucked under when the collective ship sinks, or to begin living our lives outside of the institutions now and get a head start on a new and meaningful life.


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