The Legacy of the Planned Destruction of Manhood By James Reed
We have heard it all before, and liberals fall over themselves in excitement about the displacement of men from the workforce, and an older book dealing with this is Hanna Rosin, The End of Men and the Rise of Women, (Riverhead boks, 2012). Like that triggering title? Even under patriarchy, there was never a “ha ha” gotcha type of approach to things.
“Dr. Michael Thompson told CBS News, all across America girls are outperforming boys at every educational level… “Girls outperform boys in elementary school, middle school, high school, and college, and graduate school,” says Dr. Michael Thompson, a school psychologist who writes about the academic problems of boys in his book, Raising Cain. He says that after decades of special attention, girls are soaring, while boys are stagnating. “Girls are being told, ‘Go for it, you can do it. Go for it, you can do it.’ They are getting an immense amount of support,” he says. “Boys hear that the way to shine is athletically. And boys get a lot of mixed messages about what it means to be masculine and what it means to be a student. Does being a good student make you a real man? I don’t think so… It is not cool.” Perhaps one of the big reasons why young males are so drawn to sports is because it allows them to do the sorts of things the come naturally to males. Sporting events allow young males to engage in battle, to hunt and to conquer. Yes, it is a simulated environment, but sporting events really do bring out something primal in young boys.”
The elites, in their “wisdom,” have decided that their agenda is best served by the “end of men,” and the “rise of women.” But, as usual, they have not thought this all through to the final, bitter, logical conclusion, or anticipated all possible consequences. For example, what if men in large enough numbers really did stop caring about the system, seeing it as putrid and rotten beyond repair, and decided to “tools down,” to sit back and “enjoy the decline,” as this book recommends?
It would all fall apart faster that you could point a stick at, or whatever the appropriate metaphor is.