One Hundred Years of Men’s Rights Have Come To Nothing

12 Apr

Good graphic, and good post.

I think we stand in a more hopeful situation today compared to 1926, though, because there are a lot more of us today who get it. And our numbers keep growing.

And we serve an omniscient, omnipotent, and omnipresent God, with Whose help we can do anything, especially if we are seeking first His honour and glory and will being done.

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In drafting the last post in response to one on another blog, I thought of a graphic but didn’t have the time and energy to dig it out until now.  I don’t know who came up with it or where it even come from anymore.  But it points out that:

  1. Feminism is a much older way of thought that most people tend to think.
  2. Feminism is ultimately ill-defined to the point that anyone that seeks to be against it always fails.  A proper solution to a problem always begins with an accurate definition.
  3. The nature of power and all that it is predicates that those with it will not give it up willingly.   When those in power are wrong, it will always require some pain in order to remove them from that power.
  4. Yet few will come up with an accurate definition or an effective solution, nor will support the…

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Posted by on April 12, 2019 in Uncategorized


3 responses to “One Hundred Years of Men’s Rights Have Come To Nothing

  1. Dirtnapninja

    April 13, 2019 at 7:36 am

    The issue is simpler. Men’s rights dont have any elite support, so they are unable to access power and organise.

    My belief that is that men’s rights will grow, but first it needs to organise along the lines of issues, and push issues, not an abstract notion of ‘rights’. There are many areas we can actually form alliances on and win. Once we learn how to form these alliances we will have enough of a structure to start pushing a more abstract notion ‘men’s rights’

    • Will S.

      April 13, 2019 at 8:21 am


      There is also the other aspect, quite apart from politics and pressure groups: gaining control of the institutions; that is what has cemented prog control of society.

      That didn’t happen overnight; there was a long, Gramscian march through the institutions.

      We have to become the elites again, in order to ensure our worldview comes to predominate, once again…


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