A Father Burns Himself to Death

Our culture’s war against men has reached a point where individual men have begun to burn themselves to death.

On June 15, a New Hampshire man named Thomas Ball doused himself in gasoline, and set himself on fire, and died.

The most remarkable thing about this, is not that a man was so brutalized by the family court system that self immolation seemed a logical choice to him, but that this story is not on the front page of every news site in North America. The carnage of a feminized family court system written on pavement in charred flesh, melted human body fat and blood.

A Google search for the name of the man who burned himself to death on the steps of a New Hampshire courthouse should return news stories about this event from CNN, MSNBC, AP, Reuters among others – but it does not. The story is not being reported by anyone except a few men’s rights websites. Men’s pain, it seems, even in such extremity of self immolation – is not worth any notice.

What will it take to wake people up?  A man setting himself on fire in front of the courthouse where he was brutalized by a corrupt family court system is clearly not enough. The mainstream media is content to sweep this under the rug.

And if you’re a men’s or a father’s rights activist – you might wonder – what possible step can anyone take beyond burning yourself to death on the steps of the courthouse – that may penetrate the systematic wall of denial and silence surrounding the ongoing and escalating reduction of men from a status as humans, to slaves, appliances and objects. How much louder can we scream our pain? A reading of Thomas Ball’s last words to the world provides a glimpse.

On one hand we have the law. On the other hand we have what we are really going to do-the policies, procedures and protocols. The rule of law is dead. Now we have 50 states with legal systems as good as any third world banana republic. Men are demonized and the women and children end up as suffering as well.

So boys, we need to start burning down police stations and courthouses. The Second Set of Books originated in Washington. But the dirty deeds are being carried out by our local police, prosecutors and judges. These are the people we pay good money to protect us and our families. And what do we get for our tax money? Collaborators who are no different than the Vichy of France or the Quislings of Norway during the Second World War. All because they go along to get along. They are an embarrassment, the whole lot of them. And they need to be held accountable. So burn them out

I’ll state something clearly before continuing this article. At the self-immolation of a father because he was so brutalized that a death by burning was his last option – I am not shocked, or surprised, or outraged. I passed the point of outrage years ago.

I am entirely calm as I read about a man burning himself to death to make a political point. I’m also not upset to see the media completely ignore what should be a giant, scream red nuclear warning sign. I’m unruffled as I read the carefully written words of the late Mr Ball, echoing my own predictions – made in an article published on AVFM on April 15 this year.

This must be stated clearly, because critics of my argument will seize on a prediction of violence and characterize that prediction as threat. I regard violence as a bad outcome to be avoided, I abhor its use, and I definitely don’t call for it.

But it’s coming.

And the only people trying to stop it before we reach a point of improvised public executions, burning legislature buildings and lamp posts decorated with freshly hung corpses are being routinely and falsely accused of violent criminality by the ideologues pushing for this terrible, brutal outcome. [full article]

Will that wake anybody up? Or, will the complicit media and public depict a society coming unglued as just more feminist evidence of the innate evil of the penis?

At what point do feminists themselves recognize that their precious ideology is one of hatred and violence?

Will you read Thomas Ball’s words – and will you recognize that he was a rational, intelligent man pushed beyond human endurance by a corrupt system of feminist-jurisprudence apartheid? Or will you dismiss him as a kook?

If it’s the latter – you are in for a terrible surprise.

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