The history of the planet is at once complicated and simple. It its most fundamental form, the truth of it is as basic as simple math. It was men that carved human civilization out of the hostile wilderness. And when things go wrong, sometimes terribly wrong, it is men who pull our asses out of a sling.
The vexing lack of gratitude from feminists on the “progress” of women pales in comparison to the problems that “progress” is causing. Kalan Chinuck follows feminism to the inevitable conclusion of complex solutions.
Right, left and centrist governments each tend to fall prey to expansionism by withdrawing power, money and freedom from individuals, and accruing it to themselves and their institutions. Kalan Chinuck suggests that courting of partisan politics will not solve the increasingly oppressive power of governments today; he points to alternative ways to help usher in the revolution.
What will the world be like for men if we stay on the current track we are on as a society. Kalan Chinuck writes a hypothetical letter to a hypothetical son about that hypothetical future. Well, let’s hope it is hypothetical. While we are at it, lets pray for it.
There is a rampant problem with male suicide in western culture. They kill themselves because they are men, and because they deserve to die for all the oppressing they do to real victims in the world. Fuck it, let’s buy them guns and a single bullet.