On emasculation By John Steele
Look, unlike other writers here, I am not much interested in race issues, and I learnt that in ‘Nam, where the “Negro” soldiers, as they were called then, now regarded as derogatory, and now called “Blacks,” were in my opinion brave men too. What I don’t like is emasculation, especially by symbolic acts such as gun banning and firearms culling. Like this, just to please the wife:
“Prince Harry recently sold his custom-made hunting rifles as a way to please “animal-loving” wife Meghan Markel, U.K. tabloids said Wednesday. “A fellow hunter bought the pair of prized Purdey firearms, thought to be worth at least £50,000, in a private deal,” The Sun reported. “Harry learnt to shoot as a child and once killed a one-ton buffalo,” the outlet said. “But Meghan is opposed to hunting and pals hinted the Duke of Sussex would give up to appease her.” The 35-year-old was absent from recent shoots at Balmoral and Sandringham, The Sun outlined. “He sold his two British-made guns five months ago — before he and Meghan, 38, quit the UK for a new life in North America.” “He bought them because he wanted them, not because they belonged to Harry, but he was quite chuffed when he found out,” a friend of the anonymous buyer said. “They are beautiful examples and he’s very pleased with them but he’s not the sort of person who wants to boast about the royal connection.”
Couldn’t Harry have made his socialist wife happy, not by selling the guns, surely “blood money,” but giving them to a worthy cause, like little old me, out in the scrub in Victoria. You never know, I might get attacked by mutant mossies, and need heavy fire power, rather than using just my trusty Cold Steel 24 inch Latin machete, which is so good it is teaching me Latin. Say, for all of my fans, men and ladies, When I get internet coverage and can do an article, I would like to suggest good manhood shopping bargains for the week, just to break the boredom of being in prison. I have no financial ties. Thus, I note some excellent blade bargains this week at Australia’s great gun shop Cleaver Firearms, like a super-bargain for the Cold Steel Wild West Bowie and Black Bear Bowie, which is massively discounted compared to eBay. I was so tempted to dip into my emergency dental funds to get these, that I even thought about extracting my last wisdom tooth myself with my pair of trusty, rusty pliers. But, I still had the wisdom not to.