The End of the Boy Scouts By Tom North

     Before joining the cadets, young lads used to join the Boy Scouts. It was a male initiation ritual, necessary for boys to become men. But, now the system wants to destroy “toxic masculinity,” so all the institutions of Traditional society must be disassembled. The Boy Scouts, as traditionally understood, now bite the dust in the US, but in Australia, the “Boy” was dropped some time ago:
  https://scouts.com.au

“For more than 100 years, the Boy Scouts of America (BSA) organization has been helping to enrich the lives of young men by teaching them useful life skills in the context of all-male fraternization. But all of that is soon to change, as the Boy Scouts are officially changing their name, as well as their all-male tradition, seemingly in an attempt to appear more “progressive.” After a series of lengthy and “incredibly fun” deliberations, to quote Chief Scout Executive Mike Surbaugh, the Boy Scouts of America has decided that it will soon just be called “Scouts BSA” – with no more mention of males as the group’s primary focus. Starting next February, Scouts BSA will fully embrace its new gender-nonspecific existence by accepting female scouts along with male scouts, completely undermining its historical roots as an organization devoted specifically to the growth of young men.

“We wanted to land on something that evokes the past but also conveys the inclusive nature of the program going forward,” Surbaugh stated about the change in the most politically correct language he could muster. “We’re trying to find the right way to say we’re here for both young men and young women.” It remains unclear precisely why the former Boy Scouts of America organization felt the need to start accepting females, seeing as how there’s already a Girl Scouts of America that, as most people know, have been actively selling cookies and enriching the lives of young women for many decades. In fact, the Girl Scouts organization is perplexed as to why the Boy Scouts are seemingly trying to make them obsolete.”

     The answer, my friend is blowing in the apocalyptic wind.

 

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