Wednesday, May 28, 2014

MSM and feminist culture blame Manosphere and Masculinity for Elliot Rodger, when the culprit was quite the opposite

Feminists and the main stream media (is there really a difference) wasted no time in blaming the NRA, the manosphere, and American masculinity on the disaster wrought by Elliot Rodger. The reality was staring at them in the mirror.

Feminists and the Main Stream Media culprits that foster them, are to blame. The anti-masculine culture that they have fostered, the coddling of Elliot Rodger by his mother and the mental health community, the blame of society instead of the individual, these are all female driven acts. Elliot Rodger is a creation of the left. Raised by the Hollywood Elite, and like most of their children, turned out to be a complete disaster.

The Washington Post, wants to blame the manosphere:

The Washington Post, who has done everything they can to feminize American, and blames the few remaining men in America for this kid, who was raised by people who read the Washington Post and the the LA Times for child rearing advice.

Feminists want the Men's Rights Movement to be declared a terrorist organization because of Elliot Rodger:

I guarantee Elliot Rodger, being the little California punk that he was, was surrounded by feminists and their supporters while he was growing up, telling him what women want, and then failing at dating miserably as he followed their crappy advice. If he had a strong male role model around, chances are, he wouldn't have ended up like this. Instead, he had an indulgent mother, a missing or weak father, and no male role model. Something you will never hear about from the idiots that are causing these incidents more and more, and making the situation worse and worse. Google the statistics on fatherless children, and you'll see an Army of Eliot Rodgers, waiting in the wings.

Pay particular attention to Popp's points ten and up in this video, and see if you see anything familiar with Rodgers behavior, ultra-sensitive, Momma's boy, and no concept of honor:

And then we have all the usual suspects blaming the NRA and guns, Dianne Feinstein, and the Hollywood Crowd:

They forgot to mention the Rodgers stabbed his first victims. Why aren't they going after the knife manufacturers and the Knife Rights Association, and all the knife owners of America? Aren't they responsible for those deaths? Or, when someone runs over someone else in their car, how come they don't go after the auto manufactures, or when someone kills someone with a nail gun, maybe we need to go after the nail gun manufacturers. One person with a gun, could have stopped Rodgers. But California has the strictest gun laws in the country, which is working out pretty well for the feminists who run the state, wouldn't you say Diane?

Here's an article on on "Psychiatrists Explain Why Disarming the Mentally Ill Won't Prevent Mass Murders:"

  Maybe not, but it will keep mentally ill people from mass murdering, now wouldn't it? Another article from Psychology Today, about Mass Murders on the Rise:

  I would call that a failure of modern psychological research, wouldn't you? Here's some facts on the harder science, Nueroscience, and advances:

Pretty impressive, aren't they? Here are the advances related to Psychology and mass murder:


Or worse, we're going backward.

Here's Stefan Molyneux's take on the incident, which pretty much mirrors my own:


In the clip above, Molyneux goes over Rodger's mistreatment by his stepmother, and neglect by his father. I had a nasty bitch of a stepmother also, and a weak father. When I was fourteen he let the nasty bitch throw me out of the house, and my sister a year later, while showering gifts on my half brother. When he got old enough to ask why I didn't live with them, she told my half-brother that I had given them an ultimatum that if they didn't get rid of him I would leave. Then they perpetuated this fiction for over twenty years. Last year when I described the scene when she threw me out of the house, my brother was flabbergasted.

So why didn't I turn out like Rodgers. A few reasons, but mostly strong role models. In some of the homes I bummed around in, my boss at a hardware store I worked in, and later in the Marine Corps where there are a ton of guys who provided me with examples of strong leadership and, honor, justice, and responsibility. I'm not gonna sit here and blow sunshine up your ass all day, we had our share of bad eggs. But nowhere else did I find so many who worked hard, and gave their all to do their job, be good fathers, and good examples to all those around them.

Here's a Salon clown telling us how he could have been Eliot Rodgers, but he didn't like guns:

Cause it's always about the guns, isn't it? And his liberal parents didn't let him play with guns. But they still managed to raise a weird kid, with mangina world views.

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