YOUNG MEN: Beware the Matriarchal Clan
Young men today face a much more established and determined enemy than feminism, formidable as its influences are on everyday life. This enemy of manhood and fatherhood both pre-dates and thrives apart from any movement or ideology, and functions in plain sight, benefiting most from feminist propaganda by way of its co-existing alongside this nonexistent “patriarchy” that feminist doctrine has so many believing describes our society.
(Even though spotting any working example of a family headed by a man is akin to finding a needle in a hayfield…)
This bitter hazard, this merciless predator, awaiting any young man who seeks to raise a family alongside a woman, in a word, is matriarchalism.
Or, to be more specific, the ubiquitous presence and power of matriarchal clans: extended families wherein the practice of eliminating fathers from the lives of the family and the children, by any means necessary and available, is commonplace across multiple generations and branches of a family group.
If any of you as men must believe that love is blind because it has to be, then read no further. Nothing on this page will help you.
But, if you are interested enough in a woman to begin thinking about what sharing a life and bringing up children together with her might mean, better to open your eyes now, and have a look at the bigger picture you may be seeking to become part of.
There are a number of fairly obvious signs of the matriarchal clan, and the easiest way to begin to observe them, is in any family social gathering where the men, women and children are all together for a single occasion. Have a look around, and pose a few questions, just to yourself, about what you see:
- the men: how at ease are they with themselves, and each other, and how much is that degree of ease influenced by the visible scrutiny and censure of their activity and conversation by their wives or girlfriends? How often does a man drop what he’s doing and do as he’s told by his woman, and how often is it vice versa?
- the fathers (if present at all): what roles do they play to their children? How fairly does parental authority and responsibility seem divided between a given father and mother? How do their children deal with each of them when both are present?
- the women: first of all, who’s in charge? One of them, generally the eldest, will demonstrate an absolute power that no one else present will ever challenge. How often are stories told and references made to an absent father, as a kind of lowlife perpetrator, expressed in good-riddance, none-too-soon rhetoric?
- the children: whom do they obey? How do they speak to their fathers (if present at all)? How often does a mother or female relative over-rule a father’s discipline, guidance or instruction, in the children’s presence?
These, and many other, warning signs, demonstrate a code of power in such a family that is well-entrenched and generally left completely unchallenged.
When these indicators of the matriarchal clan are present, they are not exceptional, they are not just the mood of the day; they indicate for the careful observer that NO MAN will ever hold any true authority in such a family, nor has any man been treated as anything but an assistant parent, subordinate spouse, general stepnfetchit/spider-killer, and expendable male-in-law, and often has not for generations.
Loving a woman is one thing. But that love in itself will NEVER alter the dynamics of her extended family. A man entering such a clan has a role already laid out and well-precedented for him, and should he run afoul of it or the women in the family who enforce the authority of matriarchy, it is virtually guaranteed that he will lose his children to them, if not suffer even further losses and humiliations, such as being accused of child abuse or sexual crimes or both.
Fore-warned, is fore-armed.