As many are in a state of shock as to the state of the world, where the rules have been turned against us and made to control us like herds of animals lined up for the slaughterhouse, you must understand that they always wanted to destroy us. They wanted to destroy America from the outset, and to do that, they knew they had to kill off the American family. And to do that, they had to rip away manhood so that there would be no protector of the family and that women would not be able to focus their instincts on preserving the family for future generations. Whether it was Jekyll Island in 1913 or last year’s Davos Economic Forum in Switzerland, the plan was to strip America of its strengths so to eradicate our lives and our freedoms and toss us all back under the jealous rule of kings, queens, emperors, popes, and dictators under a thin veil of communism spread throughout the world with the United Nations leading the charge. They meant to replace the shit kicker boots of the American cowboy with the penny loafers of French watercraft operators sipping lattes and smelling the cologne samples from the latest GQ magazine. They targeted manhood in America first, and to this day, have all but accomplished their task, which leads us to this present declaration.
We gave them a fair shake until they have fully revealed themselves after the 2020 election. I never let go of the manhood rope and the dedication to the family it was intended by the cosmos to protect, but many did, and we all accepted individual choices perhaps too much. This all became very clear to me after reading Stephanie Grisham’s book; I’ll Take Your Questions Now in how she heavily criticized President Trump’s last year in office as Covid was raging the world, and he felt he needed to put on a brave face to lead the nation out of the misery. To listen to her impressions of toughness and masculinity for me was very revealing, not just for her personally, but as many like her produced by today’s university system seem to think. It haunted me in obscure ways because it traced back to a mysterious question that Robert James Waller used to ask in his books of romance around the Bridges of Madison County in Iowa. Who decides fashion and what the trends of the day are, and why? Now I know the answer; it’s that Davos crowd. I would say that I have rejected most of what they have proposed as fashionable in my life, but I’ve thought about those Waller comments from The Bridges of Madison County now for many years and how mysterious they are to most people. It suddenly became unfashionable to be a man, and we should have never let that happen. Women are yearning for good men, our families need their men, and our country is desperate for them. And I think it’s time to admit to ourselves that the course of anti-manhood has been wrong in every way that wrong is defined.
One of the reasons President Trump was effective is because he was a tough guy. He walked in the rain, not running around like a scared powderpuff. He didn’t cry at funerals. He didn’t wallow in misery over problems. He tackled problems. He stood like a rock when leadership was needed, and he was steering America in the right direction. And across the nation, repressed men saw what leadership looked like, and they were starting to be inspired by it, and a restoration of the American family was returning. The faces of the Davos crowd and their GQ magazines were melting like the Wicked Witch from The Wizard of Oz, and we saw the haze of attack lifting from our minds only to return violently after that 2020 election out of desperation on their part. But it was too late, we had tasted justice and our roles in it, and clearly, manhood has to be a part of the restoration of our nation. Without men and women performing their roles in the epic of family development, there will be no American comeback. To restore America, we must restore the power of the American family. We saw the positive effects for a small four years, and of course, we want a lot more of it. But it essentially starts with masculinity and a return of it to the front stages of global awareness. If you want revenge for what they’ve tried to do to us, then be a man.
Being a man is easier said than done. It means you can’t cry about every little thing. You don’t go looking for hugs when your little heart is in turmoil. You walk in the rain; you don’t run like a baby. You are tough even when nobody is looking. You don’t put your guard down. You don’t wallow in emotions, and you don’t openly share your feelings in ways that make you vulnerable. When progressives told us that it was OK to open up, cry a little, and let down our guards as men, they were essentially singing us a song of death intent to destroy America. They always planned to destroy America by destroying the men that protect the families that make the nation what it has been. It was all a trick to convince us to open our kingdom’s gates and let the babyfaces and soothsayers assassinate us from within. They understood they could not attack the American family through the men that protected it, so they gradually created a culture that would strip men away from that role so they’d have unimpeded access to all that America holds valuable.
With that understood, it’s time to reject all the global notions of manhood as being toxic. In truth, manhood is quite the opposite; it is the glue that all families are built. Women have their skills, and they are well understood. But the key was always the men, to make it so women didn’t feel they could trust a family alliance with men to build a great family, which is the essential element of a nation, family building. Progressives in that Davos crowd hate the idea of the family because they want to rule at the head of the table, and families are their competition. They want families destroyed, and to them, there is nothing worse than an American family, the sovereignty of its function on its own accord. They couldn’t have that to rule the world, so they attacked the family by removing men from guarding them. Tricking men into being more open to their emotions, cry babies over every scuffed knee, and fret over every little problem. President Trump was a classic male, and most of the nation loved him for it. That’s what we all want to get back to. And that’s also why Trump was such a threat. Trump was a kind of key to America’s restoration. That key was made of the good old-fashioned stuff, the strength of tradition and masculinity for which women can count on every day, and the children can look to in wonder and aspire to grow into themselves. But the task is up to each of us to return to what works and make fashion out of masculinity once again. And to rob those Davos insurgents of their global intentions by protecting the American family through the strength of American manhood.