I recently shared some dialog between San Diego citizen activists regarding the roles of social and fiscal conservatism in deciding “tea party” agenda items.
Author and “Manosphere” pundit Aaron Clarey (Captain Capitalism) recently offered his very independent perspective, Why Communism Killed the American Muse. It highlights the point made in the earlier piece, which is that single family homes result in budget-busting government dependency.
Whatever your origins, you are a communist that wants to destroy the US. You envy its economic wealth, you envy it’s economic production, you hate how it’s dominant and #1, and it really grinds your gears they did it by letting people be free and do what they want. You know you can’t take on the US militarily, so how do you bring about its demise efficiently, effectively and cheaply?
Well if you look at the .. charts you’ll see two bottlenecks or weak spots than can bring the whole thing down.
You target the wife/women or the family. PREFERABLY the wife/women because that’s the first bottleneck before a family is created.
And now your are starting to see why feminism, The Manosphere and economics are related. Since the majority of this country’s (an any other free country’s) economic production is based on a man’s desire to live a happy life by getting married and (sometimes) having children, if you can destroy the quality and caliber of women, let alone the incentive to get married or have children, you can destroy the economic productive capacity of the United States, and thus the country itself. Thus, you see that feminism really isn’t about “helping women.” It is nothing more than an thinly veiled economic and political attack against the US, freedom and capitalism. This is why I call it “Killing the American Muse.”
Clarey then defines “Muse”, which indicates someone possessing a supportive and inspiration role, and compares this to feminists:
Of course, if you look at what feminism has done and intends to do to our women, you can see it is in COMPLETE opposition to these qualities and traits. You are not supposed to support the man. You are not to help him out. He is the enemy. He is your oppressor, you are not a team. You will co-lead. He will compromise. You will be difficult, you will be belligerent, you will get in his face, you will nag, you will whine, you will complain, you will make demands. You entitled girlfriend! … I’m a heroic single mom, you go grrrrl.
Clarey is a frequent guest on CANTO TALK, a dynamic show featuring discussion on culture and current events. The role of men and marriage was a recent topic of discussion with Rick Johnson, author, and founder of BETTER DADS.
Johnson offers a slightly different view, which compliments Clarey’s points: Expectations Make the Man
Unfortunately, our culture not only has low expectations for males, it seems to revel in trying to destroy masculinity. We expect boys to act more like girls. In Unleashing Courageous Faith, Paul Coughlin comments on what our culture does to boys, “Boys are being gunned down by manliness gone bad and by those who do not accept or appreciate it. Our culture tells young boys that traditional masculinity is bad, that men are stupid and deserve to be the object of disdain, contempt, and ridicule. Then we expect them to grow up and exemplify honor, integrity, and valor.” Just watch nearly any television sitcom or commercial if you doubt that statement.
The combination of elevating gender feminism and denigrating healthy masculinity have proved toxic to personal responsibility, fiscal independence, and common sense that are foundations of a healthy economy and functional, non-statist government.