Category Archives: Civil Rights

Parenthood needs a village before becoming inhuman

The urge to engage in parenthood is a human desire driven by many things: the need for procreation; hormones; ticking biological clocks; social pressure; greed for social status; the need for the intergenerational transfer of wealth, traditions and knowledge; gender activism, and by much more.  Life is short.  It was extremely short for Huxley. Every morning Ruth checks the obituaries, to see whether some of the deceased mentioned in them are known to us. This morning she pointed out this one. The obituary announces the short life of Huxley, a life that lasted not quite three days – from birth to departure – and touched the lives of his two … Continue reading

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Love, Family, Law & Order, Civilization

The regulation of human sexuality produced the heterosexual family as well as the inter-generational transfer of property, knowledge, social traditions, and it resulted in the creation and refinement of laws and governments. The regulation of human sexuality was the beginning of civilization, the symbiosis of all of those things and those that grew out of and because of them: clans, villages, towns, nations, empires, societies, and more traditions and laws that made them function more smoothly. Civilization refined itself over the course of 10,000 years.  It evolved into something great, gradually caused living conditions and the quality of life for people to become better and better, as well as  ever … Continue reading

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Paul Schwennesen, separated father’s lament

Paul Schwennesen wrote a separated father’s lament that got published by the Huffington Post.  The article at the shared link is good.  It is anecdotal evidence of the consequences of a wife and mother walking out of her marriage. The father became devastated, was without a doubt fleeced by his ex who used the system to the hilt against him, by having him removed from his own home, and by having him arrested when he dared to say his good byes to his kids at the bus stop, when they went off to school. He was put in handcuffs, but apparently not into jail, until that got cleared up. A … Continue reading

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Men migrate, may pick bad destination

When they can or must, men migrate to good places, where they are left in peace, where they are appreciated, where gender equality is likely to prevail. Many things need to be considered when men migrate and make decisions to go to a better or different country.  Not the least of those is what may happen in a country in which a man may wish to take up residence when the man gets into trouble with the law.  Consider some of those concerns for a number of selected countries throughout the world. How likely is a man to wind up in prison? What proportion of the prisoners in a country … Continue reading

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Indian Family Court: Pay or be arrested

Concerning Indian Family Court (pay or be arrested and incarcerated), the situation described by Indian men’s rights activist Subu Subramaniam in the shared comment and being discussed in the discussion thread at the source is bad for men, but it needs to be put into perspective. Subu Subramaniam continues with his description of the case: High Court of Karnataka Daily Orders of the Case Number: MFA ____/20__ for the date of order __/__/2017 Honble Justice _____________________ __/___/2017 Order in MFA ____/20__ It is stated by the learned counsel for the appellant that, arrest warrant has been issued in the execution of the Decree of the Family Court. Learned counsel for … Continue reading

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Martin Bormann Memorandum: Securing Germany’s Future

Securing the future of the German people Martin Bormann, Adolf Hitler’s secretary, speculated in his Jan. 29, 1944 memorandum on Securing Germany’s Future, “How many children would have been born in this war if it had been possible to give our front-line soldiers any leaves at all or more frequently?”  He did not go into very much detail on the extent of the demographic calamity that World War II had imposed on Germany, but he most certainly did not underestimate the problem of the lack of births. It is not possible today to determine which of the concerns in his memorandum are truly those expressed by Adolf Hitler and which are … Continue reading

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The Future is Female

Social engineers increasingly promote that the future is female.  Still, at the founding of the UN, the natural family was declared to be the basic building block of nations and worthy of protection and nurturance. Legally, that declaration is still in force.  The question is whether the declaration is still worth something or not even the paper it is written on. Nevertheless, today, with radical feminists and extremist gender activists having taken control of the UN through non-governmental organizations (NGOs), an all-out war is being waged against the natural family.  Check out The Gender Agenda and find out about the history and the state of the war against the family. You may wonder why … Continue reading

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Irrational problem solving or rationality, the difference is?

Irrational problem solving is in, rational problem solving is out.  What is the difference?  The main objective is to make the victims of miscarriage of justice feel better — justified or not, right?  First there was Omar Khadr, except that — believe it or not — he wasn’t the first.  Now that there have been five precedents for about $10 million each, things should be rolling right along.  How many more cases like this are coming down the pipe? Summation of the article The CBC article states that three Muslim-Canadians were arrested in Syria and tortured: 1.) Abdullah Almalki, a Syrian-born graduate in electrical engineering from Ottawa’s Carleton University with a successful … Continue reading

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Socialism begets Slavery

Updated 2017 07 o2: To expand on the introduction. Introduction Socialism is founded on slavery.  Socialism cannot persist without slavery.  Left to themselves, socialist regimes become totalitarian.  That may take a short time, as in a revolution or through conquest by a socialist nation, or it may take centuries. The outcome was virtually always the same, throughout human history.  As explained farther down, Ancient Greece, long before the birth of Christ, had not only slaves but also a yearning for socialism.  Ancient Greece and the Ancient Roman Empire were socialist regimes when they perished. We admire those regimes, especially the Ancient Greek regime, which contributed so much to our yearning … Continue reading

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Islamic migration impervious to Church property court battles

Islamic migration is not affected by a developing Bruderheim Moravian Church property court battle.  That battle is only a small part of a far greater problem, globally  The fundamental causes that led to that court battle are but a small part of far greater, global problem causes, collectively. Those fundamental causes are all-pervasive and happen in many thousands of localities in the developed nations.  Their consequences now motivate the western leaders to give a helping hand to Islamic migrants, making the people that are to be augmented or replaced through Islamic migration foot the bill. The birth dearth and ideological disagreements cause problems Christian communities, plagued by low birth rates, … Continue reading

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