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How are we going to take back our country? Many of you out there have been studying on this question for years, just like I have. My opinion? We have to start small. And….you men are going to have to ride point, just like you always have when things get tough.

Let’s start (quietly) with the military and law enforcement arenas. Men are bigger, way stronger, and naturally more aggressive than women. You are supposed to be. This is what makes you men. For these reasons, those among us who have criminal tendencies or ambitions to militarily invade America are apt to tread softly when faced with other men who are willing to dispute their bad intentions. This is an excellent deterrent when given it’s proper place in the public eye. The female of our species simply does not have the physical presence to do this job.

On the other hand, in a civilized society such as we have, you men are also taught to show some respect for those weaker than you are in our social structure, such as women, children, and older people. This is what makes you civilized.

With the advent of Women’s Liberation, that segment of our female population who have not got a functioning brain began to make a nuisance of themselves passing sociological gas about “EQUALITY” because they have some dim notion that men are better then they are and of course, are not going to admit that. Basically, they were and still are, intimidated by men generally and have instituted a program in all our public schools to castrate you in the name of social justice. My thought on this is—-tell them to shut up. This is the one instance you don’t have to be socially acceptable when dealing with this type of feminine bilge.

For the rest of it, be polite. You can do this firmly by remembering that you are dealing with the weaker sex. (and man—don’t they hate to hear that!) It is true that their delicate feelings are more important to them then national or even local security. Besides being the right thing for you to do, being polite to the female dimwits who give themselves airs about their “equality” with you,  really yanks their chain. This will provide you with some comic relief on the job.

No one is raising their daughters to be ladies anymore, young women are expected to be tough, and independent. This is not making them happy and being both female and very young, they are not self aware enough to look at their teachers and parents and say to themselves, “you know what? This liberation stuff is crap. I’d lots rather have a peaceful home with a decent husband and a couple of children.” Because of a few maladjusted females, wife and motherhood as an option for a “successful” life for a girl are no longer even mentioned and whether they know it or not, our daughters are feeling cheated. They take this bad temper into the fields of the military and law enforcement and are allowed to pass it off as being tough. You men all know better than this. So here is my suggestion guys.

Stop pulling your punches. You men who have been called upon to “train” these young females in an essentially male line of work that calls for real muscle, which they have not got, have been pulling your punches during this training and you are not doing these females, yourselves, or your country any favors. Stop telling these poor fatherless girls that they are tough when in fact, they are merely bad tempered as I just said. You will have to hang together and cover each other when the liberated lesbians start bitching but hey—that’s what guys do best. And remember—no sexual obscenities  or sadism, just make them do what you do and hit them just as hard as you would any other male trainee. They won’t make the grade if you men (politely) stop giving them a free pass.

There is a beginning of a movement now among some of the women in our country who have been through the sexual revolution and will back you. I am not just talking through my hat when I say that a lot of American women are tired of being treated like one of the guys or even worse, a street whore, in the name of equality.

We miss you, gentlemen. There are young girls growing up in America who have never seen a real man. You do not have to tell a whore that she is “liberated” because she is offended by the plain truth. And the working definition of a whore is any female who does not show some respect for you just because you are men. You deserve our respect. Your country misses your input socially and politically. It’s o.k. for you to have a healthy set. You do not have to apologize for being men. Not anymore. So shake ‘em down boys.

A. Farwell

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This is a short post in praise of the men of my tribe. The hardworking Caucasian men responsible for the founding of these United States of America. I am just personally tired of hearing them slandered by political cheap shot artists. Caucasian men have set the standard for personal and national liberty that all of us, of whatever gender and ethnic background we may be, do currently enjoy in this great and bountiful land we call home. Their blood has gone into the life of this country. Their thought, standards, and sheer courage and persistence in battle have offered hope to the huddled masses yearning to breathe free. The sacrifice of the women who loved and supported them has gone into it’s heart. The respect of their sons and the love of their daughters has enabled this courage to be passed down through the generations that have continued to hold this nation up in times of trial and cultural slander.

These men respected their women — their wives, mothers, daughters, aunts, even cousins and worked to support them so that they would not have to deal with the roughness and often sexually offensive atmosphere of a man’s world. They did this because they were decent men, and kind, and had some tenderness of heart where their women were concerned. They were not chauvinistic. They were loving fathers, husbands and brothers.  They had a very good reason for wanting their wives and daughters to stay home.

When it comes to the extent of sexual pressures experienced growing up there is no such thing as equality. Young men get the hormonal crap beaten out of them while young women basically cruise and snooze in comparison. Men need their outlets of speech and humor to bear the load of sexual pressure with which they are afflicted from puberty, which is why they didn’t want females in their so-called male only occupations and why they did not encourage co-education at the university level.  They had no wish to be offensive and back in the day, men were very careful about how they spoke and acted around the ladies in social situations. With the onset of Women’s Liberation in the sixties, an astonishingly small group of females with serious gender issues of their own made enough public noise to over ride the protests of these men and look at the result.

We are missing our men, here in the land of the free. But more precisely still, we are missing our fathers. The decent fathers who do not just stand by with their mouths shut while political and educational pimps of both genders soil the emotional health of our children for the sake of their own vanity and the cheapest sort of political grandstanding.

Men need to be respected, because they are men. Their sexual and emotional needs are not to be made a subject of public derision or censure, neither are they to be considered any kind of crime. Their ability to lead with courage and honor is not ever going to be replaced by feminism.

Sexual modesty is, essentially, a masculine virtue. Think about this for thirty seconds or so and you will see that this is true. With the subverting of gentlemen in our society and all that term signifies, we are left with the flesh – flashing whorish climate of today. Our young people are not flourishing in it.

The last word? I am proud of my guys. They have a long history of beating tyranny in whatever form it takes, Feminism is one such and we will beat that too. Because although our men have been put on the front lines of this gender war by the emotionally unstable, our history of helping each other when times get tough will see us through. There is nothing wrong here that cannot be solved quite readily with cooperation  between genuinely considerate adult men and women,  whatever ethnic origin they may be.

How about a little grace here, people.

Alieff Farwell

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In order to continue with my adult sensitivity training we will first need some historical background. My specialty.

What we are dealing with here is a mind-set. People emigrated to America looking for a better future for themselves and their families. Basically, this means money, ergo, financial prosperity. Nothing wrong with wanting that. The tenth commandment says thou shalt not covet thy neighbors house etc.. It does not say thou shalt not covet a house of your own.

So most of the early immigrants were not prosperous home owners in the old country, which ever that was. The largest part of them were from comparatively poor backgrounds and that means they had an underdog mentality. They viewed themselves as less than their more prosperous neighbors and all their efforts in life in the New World were directed to eradicating this difference. This mentality became the American Dream.

These lower class immigrants saw that their more prosperous neighbors owned their own homes and sent their sons to college and they felt socially intimidated by them.  They also told themselves that since these more prosperous neighbors did not work mainly with their hands, they really did not work at all. This is not true of course. Having to work with your head is even more difficult than having to labor with your hands, but those who had to work with their hands bolstered their self-respect mainly by ignoring this fact of life. So the American Dream became a muddled mix of these three lower class ideas—if you work hard and go to college, you will be able to own your own home, thus you will become upper class yourself. This notion is based on a lack of self-respect and represents the very muddled thinking of the have-nots’. Any man or woman who lives decently with their families and neighbors and has consideration for the needs of others is a wealthy person—regardless of their income.

You see, poverty is not really about money. It is about emotional destitution. Emotional destitution cannot be cured with either money or college. People are poor because they have no self-respect, not because they do not have a six figure income and a diversified stock portfolio. Slopping four years of college over such people will not eradicate their poverty-stricken mentality and standing by while they ram college down their children’s throats has not produced a stable, wealthy, upper class population. Almost all of you who may happen to read this are victims of this muddled have-not agenda.  It won’t do any good to find fault with your parents at this late date but it will help you enormously to admit this to yourself. Here is what your parents should have done for you. If they did not do these things, you will know why your adult years have been so hard even if you did graduate from college.

It is a responsibility of parents to provide for their children and to do what they can to give them a good start in life. It is also their responsibility to tell their children what they are doing for them and why, especially when they are old enough to understand some of the work involved. This is how you teach children to be good parents themselves. Telling children the what and why of how you have provided for them is far more important than the amount of the provision itself. It is not necessary to leave them independently wealthy. It is necessary that they understand you have done what you could. This is solid proof that you love and care for them. This more than anything else will send them into their adult responsibilities with a sense of wealth behind them, irrespective of material things.

It is also a parental responsibility to aid you in selecting a partner in life. Did your parents do any entertaining for you when you were in your teen years or did they just send you out, alone, on “dates” where all the responsibility fell on you? Did your parents have a nest egg saved for you so you would have something to start your adult life with? Or did they just yak about going to college and expect you to go into debt for it yourself? Did they leave you the family home when they passed on so that you would not have to pay a mortgage yourself? Did they even consider doing so? Did they ever discuss with you in your later teen years what they had put by and how they hoped it would make your life a little easier? Did they explain to you why it was usual for the husband to be the wage earner for the family and the wife to devote her time to caring for the home and children? Did they tell you why the wife was to be respected and acknowledged for her efforts and the husband for his? The family is the major source of emotional fulfillment in our lives, not marriage. Marriage is a sexual relationship, an adult responsibility and although it has a fulfillment of it’s own to offer, it is also a chore. If your family did not provide you with any sense of loving care as a child, you will be ill prepared to support a marriage emotionally. How well did your family provide for you so that you could go into a marriage with something to offer your spouse? This is what parenting is all about. And as strange as this may sound, acknowledging these things now will provide you with a sense of emotional wealth although your parents did none of them for you. You can start with your own children. Even if they are adults.

The reason I have called this Adult Sensitivity Training is because as adults you need to be sensitive to the fact that most of you were left totally alone as children. Emotionally, financially alone. This is the reason for the divorces, the multiple “relationships” that “didn’t work out,” the fear of commitment that so many of you have.  Your parents did not even dimly consider their responsibility to you and this set up a legacy of emotional poverty. That hurt you back then but because you were just children, you could not articulate that hurt. The healing process will begin when you acknowledge the reason for the big black hole of your childhood years.

Now that you are adults, you need someone to be sensitive about your needs and to understand how hard your adult lives have been because of that parental lack and even though there are literally millions of you and only one of me—I’ve got you covered.

A. Farwell

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It is time we all took a deep breath, slowed down, and reconsidered the pace of our lives today. What is all the hurry about? There is nothing at the end of this life but the grave, and considerable controversy about what comes after that. Is anyone out there really in such a hurry to die? No? Then why the rush?

The public has allowed the advertising world to sell fast and faster as the most desirable element we could possibly hope to achieve in our life style. Fast food, fast cars, speed dating, faster and faster mobile phones and apps. “You can do more, faster!”

If you are being chased by a rabid pit bull, I recommend all the speed you can muster. The rest of life needn’t be quite so intense.

This completely artificially created frenzy is what is causing all the high blood pressure, high cholesterol, panic in our lives. It is not the hamburger you are eating. I know this will upset all the health food nuts and nutritionists out there but truth is truth. McDonalds is not the culprit, it’s the Madison Avenue ad agencies.

And you, yes I mean you, the adult, are not taking the time to consciously limit all the “FAST” crap in your daily diet. You have allowed the media to totally control the pace of your life. You need some Adult Sensitivity training. So here you go–

Understand that you can only do so much in a day and be satisfied with that. You are doing too much now, and your mind and body are breaking down under the strain. If you overload a camel, this intelligent creature will simply lie down and refuse to get up. Don’t you have as much good sense as a camel? Yes, I know you are the working mom or dad and you expect to be busy but do you expect to run yourself into an early grave because the ads on the radio and TV keep selling Faster, Faster? I didn’t think so. Here is a diet that really works. You can lose up to 20lbs. of frenzy every week without pills or strenuous exercise. You moms especially need to get on this diet before you stroke out due to dedicated caregiver syndrome (DCS).

1.) DO NOT TURN ON THE TV IN THE MORNINGS.  Make your home as quiet as possible to start to your day. No electronic noise of any kind. If the world supposedly ended overnight and you are still alive, the rumor may be false.

2.) If you are a commuter, do not listen to music or news on the car radio. Traffic reports are fine but turn them off after you hear what you need to know. Leave ten minutes earlier than you normally do. It gives you some wiggle room in your travel time. This ten minutes will make your whole work day go better, you’ll see.

3.) DO NOT TURN ON THE TV WHEN YOU GET HOME. Many people do this as a matter of habit. Break this habit. If you want to watch a certain movie or program, sit down with your favorite drink, watch it, then turn the T.V. off. For news there are newspapers(quiet) and the computer(also quiet). Avoid the Talking Heads on all the broadcast news services (massive dose of frenzy). Don’t believe me? Try it for one week. Sit down with a newspaper to get your news. Have a latte or something. The world won’t seem half so noisy and frenzied if you read instead of listen.

4.) Go to bed earlier. At least a half hour earlier, an hour would be better. If you are saying “I have too much to do” you need to re-examine your priorities. Sufficient rest should be at the top of that list. Make time for it and rearrange the rest.

Because you are an adult does not mean that you don’t deserve as much care and consideration as you would give your own children. Speaking of which, if you are having behavioral issues with your kids, following my Lose 20lbs. of Frenzy a Week Diet will be sure to help with that. If you are constantly tense with hurry and worry you will communicate these emotions to your children and they will misbehave. It is the traditional child way of letting you know something is wrong. Consider this, your children are also being bombarded with the frenzy of the adult world. If you remove it from your diet, a lot will be removed from theirs.

In conclusion–be a little more sensitive to your own adult needs for rest, peace, and quiet in your day.

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