Thursday, August 21, 2014

The War on Husbands, Part II

The War on Husbands is taking a new low in the UK:

Husbands who keep their wives downtrodden could face prison under new plans set out by the Government today.

Theresa May, the Home Secretary, published proposals for a new offence of “domestic abuse” that would criminalise men or women who bully, cause psychological harm or deny money to their partners.

The law would make the worst cases of non-violent “controlling behaviour” a jailable offence.

Exact terms of the offence are yet to be defined, but it could involve humiliating, frightening or intimidating a partner, keeping them away from friends or family or restricting their access to money.

As I have said before, the State, no matter what country or culture it is in, hates true husbands because they represent competition.  A true husband leads his family.

And this is an affront to most people in power, especially if they are women.  Women in power tend to create and pass laws that target husbands out of envy because they don’t like other women being lead by anyone but themselves.

Here’s the thing: does this law even bother to account for women who are seriously mentally ill?  A husband may be restricting her access to money because he doesn’t want her to spend all of his hard-earned money on garbage they don’t need.

As a resident of the United States, I am glad that so far nobody has created a law this insane.  But I know that it will be coming my way.  Hell, we have already outlawed “cyber rape” which is really just a slutty woman unhappy about how her ex-boyfriend used of her nude pictures.

Husbands are under attack and until the majority of them realize it, instead of watching their favorite NFL teams wear pink, we are going to more and more anti-civilization legislation such as this get passed.

I have agreed with Vox Day’s assertion that women ruin everything.  This is becoming more and more observably true with each passing day as more and more women infiltrate every single activity that men do and then criticize them for doing it wrong.

I know not all women are like that.  But at the same time, they don’t stop the crazy ones.  And men can’t do it because you women just think we’re teaming up against “Team Women”.  So either start policing your own properly or get used to wearing a burqua.