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Dear Brothers and Sisters:  Gender and Its Responsibility

Sunday, August 19, 2012


The accommodating, responsive, and receptive nature of women precludes the ability to create structures and the values necessary to maintain them. Men provide the environment and means for women to bring forth life and nurture it, and they do this by providing the structures and ethics necessary from which security and moral behavior ensues. When the masculine influence is removed, all structures and ethics necessary for security and moral behavior and the development of the race deteriorate resulting in the degeneration of society.

The degeneracy is ushered in by the unrestrained conduct flouted by growing numbers of women. I call these women the Teehee Girls and the following comments are indicative of the lack of values that they willingly and anxiously share.

“I’m hoping that my husband finds a girlfriend because I’m getting bored with this marriage and want out (teehee).” “I cheated on my husband and perhaps I shouldn’t say this but is marital fidelity really necessary? (teehee)” “Having an affair really strengthens my marriage (teehee).” “Men aren’t necessary to raise children (teehee).” “Men are only around for a good time when we want it (teehee).”

Comments such as the above are published almost daily in articles and essays on the internet and have received such wide acceptance that they now appear in mainstream media. The article motivating me to write this essay appeared in the Sunday Edition of The New York Times on August 12, 2012, written by Katie Rophie and titled In Defense of Single Motherhood.

Katie states that she has two children from two different men, lives with neither of the fathers, and does not see anything wrong with that arrangement. Of course she doesn’t see anything wrong—men make standards—women left undisciplined, tear them down.  

She states, “If there is anything that currently oppresses the children, it is the idea of the way families are “supposed to be,” an idea pushed — in picture books and classrooms and in adults’ casual conversation — on American children at a very early age and with surprising aggressiveness.”  Katie doesn’t understand that all societal structures are based on preserving a particular grouping of people; without structure society crumbles. The universe has structure, the solar system has structure, government has structure, and family requires structure. Without structure all institutions collapse.

Regarding raising children in family environments that are “supposed to be” a certain way, the Maoris raised their children with certain values, as did the Hopi Indians, as did the Africans, as did every society in this world, because “supposed to be” is what sustains the grouping, otherwise it degenerates into chaos.

Katie Rophie goes on to say, “At 2, my son, Leo, started to call his sister’s father, Harry.” This statement clearly indicates a lack of training her children to respect parents or elders. According to the Teehee Girls, we are all just persons.

Every indigenous society throughout the world teaches respect for parents and elders except the current Western society. The measure of a person today is how much money he or she makes and nothing else.   Money aside, if there is no respect for parents or elders, what determines proper behavior in society? Who determines right and wrong? The Teehee Girls include in their writings that there shouldn’t be any such standard as right or wrong, that we should all be free to do our own thing—something they love doing. Well then how do we maintain order and civility? By the law of course. The Teehee Girls have no trouble in dealing with the law because they observe the letter of the law, which can usually be circumvented, rather than the spirit of the law, which men adhere to and is necessary for societal functioning, especially in the absence of ethics.

The result of reliance on the law in lieu of ethics for proper societal conduct has resulted in America having the highest prison population in the world, the most violent boys in the world, and ten percent of the adult female population suffering from debilitating depression. The Teehee Girls never write about those matters—they’re too busy doing their own thing.

 They are too busy announcing their adulterous affairs with celebrities, bragging about their extramarital affairs, and flaunting the conventions designed to preserve the family, tribe, and race. As Paul said in his letter to the Philippians, “They glory in their shame.”

Throughout the world the purpose of the marriage ritual and the mini rituals and societal mores leading up to it ensured the tribe that the two people that were about to be wed would benefit the tribe and add to its propagation and preservation. If the tribe had misgivings about the marriage it was not approved.

It is only Western society that has no control over who gets married or who begets children. The well-being of the family, tribe, and race has little importance. Individuality and rights take precedence over obligations, responsibilities, and considerations.

The concept that we are all equal has been subverted to imply that all conduct is acceptable. It is not. We must have standards. As Paul also stated in the same letter to the Philippians, “Let our conduct be consistent with the level that we have already reached.”

Every spiritual text throughout the world emphasizes the importance of the chastity of women and the pitfalls of whoredom. The great prophets of the Bible exhort the people to abandon whoredom. Every book of the New Testament cautions against adulterous behavior.

In modern Western society sluthood, whoredom, and adulterous behavior are not frowned upon, but receive publicity, money, financial support from the government and assurances from the President.

The financial drain on society of unwed motherhood is humongous. Ninety percent of the 2.4 million men in prison come from single parent homes, as do 95% of the members of street gangs. Unwed mothers receive financial aid, preschool care and after school care for their children, employment and educational preferences, and medical help above and beyond the scope of Medicare.  

The loyal wife and caring mother who raised children, taught them manners, provided them with love and attention, kept them free of substance abuse, inculcated a respect for elders, steered them away from relationships and into marriage, and became a helpful and wizened grandmother, does not receive any assistance from the government, or calls from the President. She is not featured on the internet, and mainstream media, instead she is the subject of derision from the Teehee Girls.   

Western society is imploding at an increasing rate and in order to survive we must live outside of this madness and create a society that focuses on the propagation and preservation of humankind while on its spiritual journey. The Teehee Girls and all they represent will ultimately pass.

However, this will not happened until a few courageous men step forward and recreate the environment and means for women to bring forth life and nurture the race.


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