Vent Switch: Stop Spreading Despair

I was at a wedding today. I don’t know about other denominations, but the Orthodox wedding ceremony is full of prayers and supplications for having children and living to see your children’s children, as God wants men and women to become one in love and perpetuate the human race.

You know: marriage.

Stuff like this makes me angrier and angrier about our dumb nations’ low birth rates: turn away from God and institutions that promote family and instead turn to hedonism, narcissism, sterile sex, and despair, and you get declining populations, fewer marriages, and all the problems that go along with that.

Worse are the so-called men who treat women like an enemy they’re simultaneously contemptuous and afraid of.

You know these clowns, those losers who don’t even bother attempting to have a family because they read this story about some guy who got cheated on and lost a lot in the divorce.

These are the guys who whine about “Muh hypergamy!” and “Muh family court system!” and “Muh modern women!” so spend their time consuming pop culture, whacking it, and telling anyone who’ll listen how totally over women they are and that “Feminists ruined everything!” and how “Marriage is a sucker’s game!”

Anyone who thinks like this is a loser and a failure as a man, and your ancestors hate you.

Instead of doing the masculine thing and, you know, taking a risk and fathering children, these chumps just whine about everything.

What shameful excuses for men. Possession of a cock and balls does not a man make.

Good Lord, have kids! That is your mission.

Maybe some men can’t. Maybe some don’t want to. These aren’t the dudes I’m talking about.

I’m talking about the ones who want to but are afraid.

They’re so afraid of women they pretend they’ve already been cheated on and divorced. Pathetic!

They have so much hatred for women they don’t ever spend the time to turn themselves into the kind of man a woman would want to marry, or honestly devote their time and energy to finding a good wife for them.

The world is crawling with women looking for good men. They don’t all want “The bad boy,” “The jerk,” or “The asshole.”

Some do, but not all. Hell, not most.

But they also don’t want needy, narcissistic, mewling, pathetic wimps incapable of making decisions or standing up for themselves.

If you’re unhappy with the current state of society, either make your OWN damn society by REPRODUCING and creating the kind of people you do want to be alive . . . or if you’re not going to change your ways, stop encouraging other men to be losers like you.

I’m not sorry if this sounds harsh. The future of humanity is, quite literally, at stake. I have no patience or sympathy for the fearful. Women are not your enemy. Fear and despair are.

So stop spreading it.

7 comments

  1. Living in response to fear is always a mistake, by my way of thinking, at least.

    I don’t know if I can really simplify my life approach down to a single adage, but, if I could, “Always work TOWARD something good instead of living in AVOIDANCE of something frightening/bad” would be a good contender.

    Then again, I don’t think that a trend toward people having fewer offspring is all bad. I’m not convinced that everything we are growing with chemicals now should legitimately be called “food,” so I fear for our ability to feed a rapidly increasing population in a humane way. Certainly, I’d rather the cowardly men you mention stayed alone in their caves…

    Every child deserves to be a wanted child, to be loved, and to have basic protections from hunger and the elements. The needs of the child far trump the wants of the parents, in my opinion.

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    • So many good points here!

      “Living in response to fear is always a mistake, by my way of thinking, at least.”

      I agree with this in one way. You don’t want to live in a state of constant fear. And yet, a correctly identified, proper fear can impel one to think more intelligently. It’s a fine line.

      “I don’t know if I can really simplify my life approach down to a single adage, but, if I could, ‘Always work TOWARD something good instead of living in AVOIDANCE of something frightening/bad’ would be a good contender.”

      Yes! I struggle with this myself. It’s hard to not be a constant reactor because we’re surrounded by stimulus, much bad and worthy of fear. To overcome this and to think of something NEW, to CREATE AND BUILD, is the secret to a meaningful life.

      “Then again, I don’t think that a trend toward people having fewer offspring is all bad. I’m not convinced that everything we are growing with chemicals now should legitimately be called “food,” so I fear for our ability to feed a rapidly increasing population in a humane way. Certainly, I’d rather the cowardly men you mention stayed alone in their caves…”

      I’d love the cowardly men to stay in their caves, if they’d stop trying to poison others with their fearful ideology. If they’re so happy “going their own way,” why try to convince others to join you?

      About the food, I’m not so sure about that. Are you saying a collapse in food production could be coming? Will we return to small-scale farming? People used to be able to support families of 8 or 10 way back when without agribusiness. I might be wrong, but I think we’ll be all right once people finally get rid of enhanced/modified/processed foods.

      As always, love the comments! They get me thinking!

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  2. Willo said: “Always work TOWARD something good…”

    —I agree, that’s good advice.

    —I think rare is the man or woman who can handle not being married and not having children; for most it turns out to be a lonely existence. A lot of potentially good things involve risk and that includes marriage. I hope to one day and have a family of my own.

    cheers

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    • “A lot of potentially good things involve risk and that includes marriage. I hope to one day and have a family of my own.”

      With an attitude like that, I have no doubt you will. My only bit of advice is to not wait for some mythical “right time” because the only “right time” is when you do it!

      Pick a course of action—in this case, a spouse—and commit. Forget about the proverbial greener grass because it doesn’t exist. Commit and enjoy!

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