10 February 2009

The Coming (Single Parenthood) Disaster!

I liked this piece so much that I decided to blog about it before the feminazis track him down, kill him and erase this article. Of course, what he has to say about single mothers applies equally well to single fathers, but it is hard to be a single dad intentionally, as some seeing to be doing with single motherhood, even in the pathologically extreme. Excepts from Burt Prelutsky:
[It is true that a] a great many women [are] forced by the circumstance of being divorced or widowed to be single mothers. But, more and more women, thanks to Hollywood role models, are choosing to be single mothers, and that’s a terrible trend, leading as it inevitably will to more and more criminals, druggies and psychopaths...

Understand I am not referring to widows and divorced women who have no choice but to soldier on and do their best for the kids. I am talking about those other ones, the ones who elect to go it alone, the selfish ones who put their own wants and psychological needs ahead of the child’s welfare.

Inasmuch as more and more women are eager to hand off their offspring to a nanny, a granny or a nursery school, you have to wonder why most of them even bother giving birth. It seems all they have to show for the experience are stretch marks.

In a society that is determined to accept the nutty notion that two gay men or a pair of lesbians are just as likely — they really mean likelier– to raise a normal, healthy child as a married man and woman, how could anybody dare suggest that a single woman isn’t equally capable? Well, sorry, but she isn’t. This is especially true when the child is a boy. No matter how hard she tries, no matter how much she cares, no matter how many broken nails she’s willing to sacrifice in order to play catch with the kid, the bottom line is she’s a woman...

It simply makes sense that a boy needs a man in his life to act as a role model, to show him ... how to curb his temper and to temper his testosterone...

[S]ome years ago... it seems that in Africa, on a game preserve, the rangers were discovering the mutilated carcasses of several rhinos. They couldn’t determine who was responsible for the carnage, and they couldn’t imagine a motive.

After conducting an investigation, they found to their amazement that a band of teenage elephants were killing the rhinos for no other reason than that they felt like it. It was their version of drive-by shootings. Like our own urban gangs, the young rogues even had a leader.

The rangers thought long and hard about the problem. The first thing they realized was that the teenagers were free to make up their own evil rules of behavior because, like the blood-thirsty kids in “Lord of the Flies,” there were no adults in their world. All the bull elephants had been slaughtered by poachers for their ivory.

Then, because they didn’t have to answer to politicians or social workers, the rangers did two essential things. First, having determined he was incorrigible, they killed the leader of the pack. Next, they flew in several bull elephants. In no time at all, order `was restored. The big guys let it be known that if there was any more rhino-stomping, there would be hell to pay. Their message was short and sweet; namely that elephants don’t behave that way.

So, for all their professional advances, there are still a few things that women simply can’t do as well as men. Some of those things, such as throwing a football forty yards in a perfect spiral or crushing a beer can on their forehead, aren’t all that essential. Important, I’ll grant you, but not absolutely essential to society at large.

However, when it comes to rearing male children, we’d all probably be better off if the ladies simply dropped the kids off in the woods for wolves to raise.


Logistics Monster said...

Welcome to becoming an American Patriot with no labels - left or right, democrat or republican.

Hele Mai!

Exodio said...

Sounds good to me. The wolves part. Of course, my dream is to die to a pack of wolves, chased down and ripped apart. Not sure what that means.

BUT, I totally agree with the male role model being necessary. Since so much behavior is nurture, it is vitally important that proper behavior is instilled by the elders in a persons life.