Monday, March 19, 2018

The New American Separatism

President Donald J. Trump, POTUS45. 

Those of us who have lived for several decades know that American society has changed. We, the American people, have also changed. Not all of us, but many of us. Some of us hate so much what we are becoming that we elected the only true outsider in the history of American politics to turn back the clock. 

And he is doing it. He is restoring American values, and many of us like what he is doing. We respect our flag. We are proud to say the Pledge of Allegiance. We sing the National Anthem at sporting events. We have no patience for millionaires kneeling in protest. We can say that American traditionalists favor what we can call the Trump Agenda.

Congresswoman Maxine Waters (D-CA), characteristically deriding President Trump. Photo courtesy of Donn Marten, from an article on, January 14, 2018. 

Those who oppose him are our true enemies. They want our guns. They condemn us because we are white, even when we are not white, they still say that we are white. They condemn patriarchy, when patriarchy built cultures and landed men on the Moon. 

Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren and Hillary Clinton at a campaign event in Manchester, NH, October 24, 2016. Senator Warren is infamously known as "Fauxcahontas" or "Liarwatha" because she defrauded Harvard University by claiming Native American ancestry, listing herself as a minority in an Association of American Law Schools directory, refusing to take DNA tests that would settle the matter. Photo courtesy of Tim PierceCC BY-SA 4.0. 

I have always loved women. I worshipped the goddess when I was young, before I even understood the culture behind her or read Margaret Murray.

Professor Margaret Alice Murray, August 26 1938, photo courtesy Bassano LTD, Public Domain via WikiPedia. 

My mother raised me to be a gentleman, and to revere women, and I grew up a man in the Army, despising all forms of masculine weakness. I love women. But I am a man. And I am not confused or conflicted about it. 

Nobody cares who is having sex with whomever. I always believed that this should be a personal and private thing, and that is why I oppose a gay agenda in our schools, in our society, and in our politics. 

I could care less who commits sodomy with whom. Just stop making it an agenda. Because that agenda is noxious, it is toxic, and it is aligned with too many other hatreds of things that define people like me. 

Social Justice Warriors condemn people like me, and I am glad, because that makes it easier for me to repudiate them, and to stand for my own personal politics and culture that appropriately contextualizes them. I understand them better than they like. 

These changes over the past decades in American society in particular are harmful. Men are afraid to be men, and most American men that I meet just surrender the initiative to neo-feminists who are angry that all the good men are already married, or are gay. 

I feel contempt for those American women who steal a man who is already married, forgetting that even if they succeed and steal that man, they will never forget how they captured him, and they will always be waiting for him to cheat on them, expecting another woman to steal him away. 

The only American women that are friendly with me are those that feel no need to change my mind. This is one of the main reasons why I live overseas, and it is a primary reason why my third wife is Thai, not American. 

American women changed, and we can blame feminism for much of this. American men changed, and we can blame their own weakness for most of it. 

American culture changed, and not for the better. We are not more inclusive. We are more separatist than ever before.


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