The Ninth Commandment
Lying is a common practice in divorces and is
routinely done by feminists in the vilification of men.
The Nazis lied to make first the
disenfranchisement and then the extermination of the Jews palatable.
"You shall not bear false witness against your
neighbor." Exodus 20:16
It almost seems that this is the commandment that is
broken more often than any other and more often for the purpose of vilifying and
demonizing men than in any other area of society. Whole new industries have sprung
up to facilitate those efforts. Untold millions of people do their best to
participate in the effort to destroy the reputation of men, all in largely successful
attempts at claims that although men throughout history had to give their lives and health
in their duties as protectors and providers of their families, they all along were the
worst thing that ever befell mankind. The claims are that today men are worse than
at any other time in history and that even any men who aren't must atone "for the
sins of their fathers." That is being believed by the majority of
society. The result is that men today are being persecuted and oppressed more than
at any other time before. Therefore men commit
suicide in record numbers.
All of that provides fertile breeding grounds for the
acceptability of false allegations of physical and sexual abuse of children and women, a
potent weapon in the arsenal used against men to downgrade them to the status of inferior
citizens. Although men and women grew up in the care of they same set of parents and
on the same planet, the forces hostile to the continued existence of traditional families
managed to make society accept their rhetoric about men being evil.
The result is that men in Canada are 100 times (in
the US 18.6 times) more likely to be incarcerated than women are. Women are less likely than men to be brought to trial when
they commit identical crimes, are less likely to be convicted if brought to trial, more
likely to have their crimes downgraded to a less serious category, and, if sentenced for
their crimes, get a sentence that is on average one third as severe as what men are being
sentenced to. To boot, women are far more likely to be released on early parole than
men are when both serve time for equally severe sentences.
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