Soy boys won’t fight back. They’ll let the (((Deep State))) have its way. That’s the agenda behind the war on men and boys.
On Sunday, Jimmy Kimmel declared from the stage at Dolby Theatre at the 90th annual Academy Awards in his opening monologue that the best kind of a man is one without a penis, because he definitely will not rape anyone! While I understand what Kimmel is trying to say, his remark implies that men, who by definition possess a penis, are inherently rapists or sexual predators. That masculinity is toxic, and that men are sex abusers.
Mentally castrating men would be just as effective as the physical castration that the despicable Jew Jimmy Kimmel is advocating. I know, it’s just a joke. Yeah, right.
Meanwhile, there’s something deeply troubling going on Western countries when it comes to our men. Men account for 77 percent of the nation’s suicides, they more than twice as likely to become alcoholics, they are more likely to die of an overdose than women, and 90 percent of inmates are men. These are just a few of the facts Fox News’s Tucker Carlson referenced on Wednesday night in the first of a new weekly series “Men in America.” You can watch Tucker’s interview with Dr. Jordan Peterson, a college professor who has made for himself by rejecting dogmas of the left, in the clip below.
Winston Churchill predicted this crisis nearly 100 years ago in his essay “Mass Effects on Modern Life” which I just so happened to have read today for another piece I was writing. In his essay, published in 1925, the great statesman notes that there is no longer room for great men, for heroes, for victors in modern society. What will happen to us when our heroes are no longer titans, but movie stars? He wrote:
Can modern communities do without great men? Can they dispense with hero-worship? Can they provide a larger wisdom, a nobler sentiment, a more vigorous action, by collective processes, than were ever got from the Titans? Can nations remain healthy, can all nations draw together, in a world whose brightest stars are film stars and whose gods are sitting in the gallery? . . . There is a sense of vacancy and of fatuity, of incompleteness. We miss our giants. We are sorry that their age is past. . . .We mourn the towering grandeur which surrounded and cheered our long painful ascent. Ah! If we could only find some new enormous berg rising towards the heavens as high above our plateau as those old mountains down below rose above the plains and marshes!
Read the transcript of Tucker’s interview with Professor Peterson at Real Clear Politics. There’s also a youtube version of the interview if you prefer to avoid Facebook videos.
That site also offers this 3 minutes from Peterson’s interview: