The Undeclared War We Fathers Fight

We fathers - and our families - are engaged in a battle within a larger undeclared war against our culture - against Western civilization - against our entire way of life. Unless we respond immediately, we are headed for extinction.

Saturday, February 10, 2007

Striking at the Root

"There are a thousand hacking at the branches of evil to one who is striking at the root," wrote Henry David Thoreau.

Before there is a "Men's Movement' a majority of us men are going to have to agree on what the root of our problem is. We need to agree exactly who or what our enemy is. A lot of effort is being expending hacking at the branches - sometimes between us and the trunk - but little, if any, striking at the root of what we, as a culture, are facing.

We live in an age of deception. Deceivers abound. Even the motto of the Israeli secret intelligence organization - the Mossad - is, "By deception that shalt make war." Our women have been deceived, deceived by the lie that is feminism. It is up to us men to get over our hurt feelings, our anger, our frustrations and realize that our women have been duped. And it is up to us men to do something about it, and not just complain about feminism, or liberals, or the right or the left, but to identify what the root - the source - the origen of the problem we face and start counter attacking, at that root.

An undeclared war has been waged against us and our families for neigh 40 years now. One tactic of our enemies in this war is to separate men from women, wives from husbands, fathers from their children and children from their fathers. When this objective - this separation - is accomplished, our house is spoiled.

"No man can enter into a strong man's house, and spoil his goods, except he will first bind the strong man; and then he will spoil his house." Mark 3:27

Our women are allowing our enemies into our house through the mechanism of divorce. When is the last time you've seen a survey that asked women if they were truly happy after being granted a divorce? If they were better off without their husband than with their husband? If they regret their actions? If they would do things differently? My guess is the vast majority of them would say, "I made a mistake," or "I would try harder next time to keep my marriage together."

More to come on this important topic.