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A Key Commonality In School Shooters The Left Refuses To Address

In the wake of the tragic South Florida high school shooting which ended with 17 deaths, Democrats and their allies in the mainstream media have launched a full-scale attack on the National Rife Association (NRA), Republican politicians, American gun owners, and the Second Amendment. And while there is chatter about so-called "toxic masculinity" bubbling up on left-wing blogs, there is deafening silence regarding a glaring commonality among a majority of school shooters: fatherless homes.

Writing at The Federalist in 2015, Peter Hasson highlighted the fact that of all the shootings on CNN's 27 Deadliest Mass Shootings In U.S. History" list committed by young males since 2005, only one was raised by his biological father.

Hasson also distilled the jarring corelation between fatherless homes and general male violence:
Violence? Theres a direct correlation between fatherless children and teen violence. Suicide? Fatherless children are more than twice as likely to commit suicide. Dropping out of school? Seventy-one percent of high school dropouts came from a fatherless background. Drug use? According to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Fatherless children are at a dramatically greater risk of drug and alcohol abuse. How about guns? Two of the strongest correlations with gun homicides are growing up in a fatherless household and dropping out of school, which itself is directly related to lack of an active or present father.

This clear connection is being lazily and intentionally addressed by the Left if at all as more evidence to further squash masculinity, which they've deemed "toxic." (Admitting the importance of the nuclear family and depriving feminists of their "go, girl!" salutes is apparently a bridge too far.)

https://www.dailywire.com/news/27586/fatherlessness-amanda-prestigiacomo?utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=social&utm_content=062316-news&utm_campaign=benshapiro

School shootings are likely just another consequence of the left's war on nuclear families and men.

So we shouldn't allow people under 21 to own, possess, or use rifles?

In that case, shouldn't we make the voting age 21?

On Billy Graham's passing...

I always thought this was interesting, toss a rock in a still pond and the waves from it are small at first, but can grow to the entire pond. I think it's also the reason that all of our efforts, good or evil, can not be measured until the end of time, as our actions echo in the halls of eternity until then.

No way I can bring it all over and abide, but well worth the read.
http://www.travisagnew.org/2013/07/22/the-chain-of-events-for-billy-grahams-conversion/

"(Edward) Kimball was a Sunday school teacher who not only prayed for the hyper boys in his class but also sought to win each one to the Lord personally. He decided he would be intentional with every single last one of them. Surely he thought about throwing in the towel. If you have ever taught the Bible to young boys, you know that the experience can often be like herding cats."

"One young man, in particular, didn’t seem to understand what the gospel was about so Kimball went to the shoe store where he was stocking shelves and confronted him in the stock room with the importance of a personal relationship with Jesus Christ. That young man was Dwight L. Moody. In the stockroom on that Saturday, he believed the gospel and received Jesus Christ as his Savior. In his lifetime, Moody touched two continents for God, with thousands professing Christ through his ministry."

Dwight L. Moody inspired a man named Wilbur Chapman. One of Wilbur Chapman's meetings was attended by a professional baseball player named Billy Sunday, who became an evangelist. Morecai Ham was likely converted by Billy Sunday. Mordecai Ham managed to reach a young man named Billy Frank, who was saved and became Billy Graham.

Law Abiding Criminals - Black Rifle Coffee

The truth about the Rohingya

Sorry, I couldn't find this video any where but facebook.

https://www.facebook.com/215723385666348/videos/219792118592808/?hc_ref=ARRr9s4THgu7bgfhxZailAYTRkoW-Hb2KgkiMeGjEZLbSlEFZUpwfCg6Y0Fm-wrLS5c

The Rohingya are Bengali muslims and not native to Myanmar. The Myanmar government made the mistake of trying to be treat the original Bengali muslims as refugees and offered them a chance to settle. The thanks they got was more and more muslims illegally entering the country and aligning themselves with Al Qaeda.

They have been playing the usual muslim fuck fuck games when they gained a small majority in one eastern province they started their usual rape, murder, abduction, and enslavement of the locals. It only became a crisis when the government of Myanmar mobilized the army to drive the scourge of Bengali muslims out of their territory. The muslims responded by burning their own homes and mosques and blaming it on the government, there is video of them doing this.

Now, Turkey is involving itself on the soil of Myanmar against the government of Myanmar.

Poundmetoo reaction continues, now thrice as many men are afraid to mentor women

#METOO BACKLASH: Survey Shows Twice As Many Men Now Afraid To Mentor Women. There's A Shock.

https://www.dailywire.com/news/26829/metoo-backlash-survey-shows-twice-many-men-now-ben-shapiro

"On Tuesday, Arianna Huffington, founder of The Huffington Post, apparently realized that the #MeToo movement might have a serious problem on its hands: if #MeToo insists that all women must be believed, no matter what, some men are going to act in risk averse ways with female employees. That means, according to Huffington, a massive drop in the number of men who are willing to mentor women."

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Why would men feel comfortable working alone with women or socializing together when the possibility of a fraught encounter could ensue — and when men have been told that no matter what allegations are levied against them, the burden of proof immediately falls on them?



Entirely predictable male response to poundmetoo

A male backlash against #MeToo is brewing

https://nypost.com/2018/02/03/a-male-backlash-against-metoo-is-brewing/

Men are scared, and feminists are delighted. But the urge to call out and punish male sexual transgression is bound to clash with an inescapable truth: We’re all in this together, men and women.

Consider what’s happening in the capital of Florida. Female staffers and lobbyists have found “many male legislators will no longer meet with them privately,” reported The Miami Herald. “I had a senator say, ‘I need my aide here in the room because I need a chaperone,’ ” lobbyist Jennifer Green told the paper. “I said, ‘Senator, why do you need a chaperone? . . . Do you feel uncomfortable around me?’ ‘Well,’ he said, ‘anyone can say anything with the door shut.’ ”

Across industries, “Several major companies have told us they are now limiting travel between the genders,” Johnny Taylor, president of the Society for Human Resource Management, told the Chicago Tribune, citing execs who tell men not to go on business trips or share rental cars with women co-workers. UCLA psychologist Kim Elsesser, the author of “Sex and the Office,” sees a nascent “sex partition.” If men start to back away from women, at least in professional settings, it’s difficult to see how that will aid the feminist cause.


Congratulations are deserved to the feminists. They are going to end up setting women back decades just because no man in his right mind will risk collaborating with them.

Yet another muslim sex gang in the UK...

http://www.mycrezynews.com/2018/02/03/muslim-somali-sex-gang-say-raping-white-british-children-part-of-their-culture/

"This is the chilling moment a member of a 13-strong Somali prostitution gang checks into a hotel where he and a friend would rape a 13-year-old schoolgirl three times. Jusuf Abdirizak, 20, can be seen at the reception of the Premier Inn in Bristol where he and Said Zakaria, 22, attacked the girl, who had been trafficked across the city having already been raped by another man. Abdirizak and Zakaria were both facing jail today after they and 11 other men were convicted for their parts in the rape, abuse and prostitution of four British teenagers, who were were preyed upon and passed around the men’s friends for money. (Picture at site)

Of the four girls, three were white and one mixed race, with a fifth girl witnessing many of the sickening assaults. The girls, aged between just 13 and 17 were in local authority care and fell into the evil clutches of the paedophiles who used the fear of rape to control them. Some were persuaded to have sex with their ’boyfriend’s’ friends as it was Somali ’culture and tradition’ and ’men always have sex with each other’s girlfriends’.

The first trial centred on a group of Somali drug dealers based in the Stapleton Road area of Easton in Bristol and their exploitation of primarily one teenage girl. She had been moved into a flat on her own in Bristol and left almost unsupervised by social workers from outside the city. Police found her wearing just a bra and knickers cowering in a cupboard under a sink. She told them ’they made me do stuff’. Zakaria, who was known to his friends as Target, was involved in both the first and the second trials."

More at link.

Of course, according to one poster here, they are just in competition with native British sex gangs, though she can't exactly point out any, that are equally engaged in such activity against young girls.

Bitter feminists cause attractive women to lose a payday.

https://www.dailywire.com/news/26629/bitter-feminists-go-after-hot-cheerleaders-here-amanda-prestigiacomo

Formula One has officially canned their so-called "grid girls," the female models used in promotional tasks in the pit-lanes and starting grids before and after races.

Hmm. So why are these women really out of their jobs? A tale as old as time: Bitter feminists are going after the hot cheerleaders, so to speak.


Formula One flag girl Kelly Brook said the feminists were infantilizing women, trying to take away their "right to make decisions." She also insisted that the job in no way “demeaned women."

https://twitter.com/WomenSportTrust/status/958700713051328513

Rush Limbaugh was entirely correct. Feminism is so that ugly women can get attention too.
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