People could spend a great deal of time discussing whether or not the feminizing of men in this country, and probably worldwide, is a deliberate scheme planned by “the rulers of the darkness of this world.” The reality, however, is a disturbing trend for those of us who desire to fight against those “progressing” to a new world order of unisexism, i.e. adding a bit of manliness to the female species with major modifications to the manly man into a big fat wuss!
For many, hunting, fishing, trapping, survival in the woods and enduring the elements, is a manly occupation and recreational interest, in addition to the implementation of resources to provide healthy food for the family. Ah, yes, manly endeavors! The “rulers of the darkness of this world” see such a lifestyle as a threat to them and their perverse world and therefore must work to change it.
With this changing, the task of putting an end to such things as hunting, trapping, fishing, access to land, etc. becomes easier; therefore adding to the substantiation of the idea that the wussification of man is a planned event.
If you might recall, back in December I posted a video of an advertisement the Obama administration either used or was considering using to promote their fascist Obamacare. By today’s standards, many would think of the sick and perverse ad as being beefcake and manly, but it is quite the opposite. The point being that the target audience, in which the media willingly beats the drum, is the young people, as it is their money that is needed to fund Obamacare. The audience is, by and large, effeminate, and thus the need for such a commercial.
Along the same lines, Pajama Boy, has become the poster child for Obamacare and an example of the kind of “man” this new generation of entitlement mentality has created.
Richard “Wretchard” Fernandez says of Pajama Boy:
It is now unfashionable to be the old manly man. When the Obama administration launched a campaign to attract enrollees into Obamacare, did they they front up a two-fisted, hard-drinking, cigar-chomping he-man? Hell no. They employed “Pajama Boy” to lure the mice into the trap. This is who they reckoned the rising generation would admire. The heck with aspiring to be a test pilot or an astronaut. What people want today is the “funemployment” guy; the thing who drinks hot chocolate in his parents’ basement preparatory to selling them on subsidized, crap insurance. Pajama Boy is the new beau ideal. Why would the PR men have used his visage to grace their ads if women preferred “manly men”?
You can make the half-serious argument that in order to be a winner in today’s world it pays to be a loser. After all, you get subsidies. You get sympathy. You can play the victim card. Above all, you get the girl.
Isn’t everything, at least that is real, about hunting, fishing, trapping, of the “two-fisted, hard-drinking, cigar-chomping, he-man?” If then, the men (I use the term very loosely) are becoming sissified, aren’t they then having everything manly bred, manipulated and indoctrinated out their existence?
With the constant barrage of animal rights, natural regulation, the hands-off approach to wildlife management and the lie that hunting, trapping and fishing are “inhumane”, then it would stand to reason that those activists wanting to rid the world of manly men, including the barbarism (in their eyes) of hunting, fishing and trapping, will target the Pajama Boy population of feminized boys.
In 2004, Maine fought against the less mature onset of this feminism movement to ban bear hunting and squeaked out a victory. Will they be able to this time? I can say that the effort will be harder to ward off. I’m not predicting the outcome.
But the insight of mutual degradation may provide the right clue. We probably seek people in proportion to our own aspirations. Our romantic goals are formed from our inner state. If we develop a taste for basements, then we look for stuff there. Civilization has lost its taste for manly men, not because those vanished figures are any less admirable but because steadfastness, courage and the need to be true have gone out of style.
It will be November before we find out what’s in the basements of Maine houses.