27 December, 2014

Traditional Families Matter and Most People Know It

Posted by Socrates in Cultural Marxism, families, family-wrecking, jewed culture, jewed media, nation-building/nation-wrecking, Socrates, Western civilization, Western culture, Western decline, White philosophy, White thought, Who Rules America? at 3:48 pm | Permanent Link

It cannot be stressed enough that if you come from a broken or non-traditional home, your chances of being an abnormal adult are much greater. You’re much more likely to be a serial killer, an animal abuser, a drug abuser, an alcoholic, a habitual liar, or a thief than if you come from a traditional, two-parent home. The decline of the traditional family is a direct result of our culture being controlled by alien people.


  • 28 Responses to “Traditional Families Matter and Most People Know It”

    1. Tim McGreen Says:

      It looks as if the Shitcago Spittoon is really desperate for new subscribers. So much so that I couldn’t even read the stupid liberal’s article without some pop-up ad constantly getting in the way begging for money. Good riddance to that Jewspaper. And to hell with Shitcago, too.

    2. Howdy Doody Says:

      No news paper will be allowed to fall by the tribe, even if they have to hire Hmong writers, Sosmelly writers, Cambodian writers, chink, spick and nig rappers what ever it takes to keep the anti White incitement up and the lies for their STASSI/NKVD war mongering lie controlled prison we have.

      Just go to an airport and feel the joy of being booked, by mystery chinks, flips, spics, nigs and messycan’s.

      They hate US for our Freedoms, just ask any patriotard or eviljellycultist.

    3. fd Says:

      Correct, Tim McGreen. The Jew papers across the country are desperate to publish any article to fill space that is destitute of an add to help make their payroll.

    4. Jill Mustang and Big Jim Jesus Says:

      Big Jim Jesus says:

      The liberals can come up with all the weird and twisted explanations for families that they want to ; but families exist because the Lord has decreed it so. It is the best arrangement for fallen human beings.

      Jill Mustang says:

      Yes, their explanations and rationales are so much flimsy tissue-paper, and will end up in the toilet.

      Big Jim Jesus:

      And as they always do, they expand the definition of family so that it means nothing.

      They always go for information instead of inspiration! They fill humans with so much information and opinion that we are unable to take a stand anywhere, on anything! They do it with all subjects: the family, the nation, the historicity of Jesus, the reliability of the Scriptures . . .

      Jill Mustang: Yes, we must stand on the Scriptures as our foundation.

    5. -jc Says:

      Most U.S. kids don’t live in ‘traditional’ homes, and that’s OK
      [email protected]

      Less than half of kids in the United States now live in a “traditional” family, as defined by a new Pew Research Center report: two heterosexual parents who are both in their first marriage. (Albert Mollon, Getty)
      Less than half of American kids live in a “traditional” home, according to a new Pew Research Center analysis of 2013 American Community Survey data.
      Another point worth noting: Fifteen percent of kids live with two parents who are in a remarriage, according to the study. Meaning at least 61 percent of kids (46 plus 15) are living in households with two parents — even more if we consider all the partnered same-sex parents who were counted as “single” here.
      So while some will read this data as a societal shunning of traditional values, I read it — at least in part — as a societal willingness to embrace an ever-widening definition of family.
      We’re increasingly able to shape our lives in ways that would have been socially impossible in decades past — extracting ourselves from unhappy marriages, creating homes with committed same-sex partners and fulfilling lifelong dreams of parenthood despite marital status.
      Certainly children enjoy countless advantages when they’re raised in homes with two loving, engaged parents. There’s no question. But an honest look at the data indicates the number of children living with two parents hasn’t dipped since 1980, and has possibly even risen.
      It’s also worth considering the newly released National Child and Youth Well-Being Index, produced annually by Duke University, which, as we discussed last week, shows that violent crimes, suicide rates and teen births have decreased significantly in the past two decades, as have smoking and binge drinking. High school graduation rates, bachelor’s degrees earned and preschool enrollments, meanwhile, are on the rise.
      Change can be good. So can tradition. Thankfully, we live in a world with room enough for both.

    6. -jc Says:

      “… Liars, damn liars, and statisticians.” -Mark Twain

      Excellent advice and encouragement: http://www.theoccidentalobserver.net/2014/11/bad-news-propaganda-and-then-some-good-news/#comments

      Latest article by this gentleman: http://www.theoccidentalobserver.net/2014/12/more-census-bureau-propaganda/#comments

    7. CW-2 Says:

      The article in TOO is very interesting, but more important are the postings/comments. The latest one written by “David” is the best for some time. He correctly rejects the dead-ends of false optimism and false pessimism. We still have everything to play for but victory can only be achieved by confidence, energy and strong willingness to work hard and fight hard. Think of the great Nathan Bedford Forrest!

    8. fd Says:

      CW-2 wrote: We still have everything to play for but victory can only be achieved by confidence, energy and strong willingness to work hard and fight hard.” This is true. The alternative is to crawl in silence for bread and games.

      A New England professor wrote: “The South defeated Reconstruction with great energy and ingenuity.”

      Bow your heads for prayer. George H. Bush is sick. He’s the hardcase federal agent who bombed peasants in Panama while simultaneously arresting Manuel Noriega for drug crimes. Wait a minute. The CIA manages the flow of drugs in Panama. Another federal production mistake like Waco, Ruby Ridge, Kent State massacre, etc. Is your lifestyle approved by the Bush tribe?

      CIA Director George H. 1976-1977

    9. Sgt. Skull Says:

      No, non-traditional families are not ok and acceptance of them will destroy this nation which of course is the goal of the kikocracy. I believe growing up in a non-traditional family can lead to confusion, anger, violence and induce sociopathic personality traits. They say sociopaths/psychopaths only comprise 4% of the population but anyone who doesn’t reside in an ivory tower and has lived in with the real world knows that figure is much higher in the kwa.

      Of course, the kikocracy is so fixated on destroying the white race of North America that in so doing both diaspora jewry and izzy will lose their chief enforcer, protector and benefactor. In other words, since the jew is the parasite and we are the host, if we die so does jewry and their beloved little hate state in the Levant.

    10. Jill Mustang and Big Jim Jesus Says:

      O ye pagans! What is your authority for the institution of marriage? Nature? Nature is adulterous, polygamous and frequently homosexual!

      Tell me, What is your authority?

    11. fd Says:

      The man in the sky: Jill Mustang and Big Jim Jesus are proof that Christians invoke their god against their enemies. My god–the Jew god–is going to beat you up.

    12. Jill Mustang and Big Jim Jesus Says:

      Very well, but what is your authority?

    13. Tim McGreen Says:

      Jill and Jim, do you not recall fd’s recommendation that marriage be replaced by co-habitation? That’s how most of our ancestral parents lived with each other for thousands of years and it seemed to work very well.

      As you should know marriage was originally a pagan, not a Christian institution. The pagans understood marriage correctly, it was a sober social/legal contract and not the sentimental, irrational expression of bourgeois respectability that it became during the Victorian era. Only those with wealth, property and titles need to get married so as to legally protect their estates and to make sure they get passed along to the desired recipients. For most everyone else co-habitation should be sufficient.

    14. Walter Says:

      Marriage is representative of a higher civilization and intelligence. That’s our authority.

    15. fd Says:

      The divorce rate in America is probably 80%. It’s not working. Cohabitation free of the harsh regimentation of the establishment is healthy and natural. It’s all about the couple. Accept all gifts :)

    16. Jill Mustang and Big Jim Jesus Says:

      “In the beginning he made them male and female. Therefore a woman shall leave her parents and cleave unto her husband, and they shall be one flesh.”

      Thus says the Lord.

      All this musical-chairs cohabitation is not the will of the Lord. Marriage is for life.

    17. fd Says:

      Jill Mustang and Big Jim Jesus, you’d argue with an echo. Your religion is based on Jewish scriptures written by greasy hook-nose kikes.

      In extreme contrast, I live in accordance with the eternal laws of nature which no art can overturn.

    18. Tim McGreen Says:

      I once read that in the pagan Roman Republic a Senator was officially reprimanded by his fellow Senators for kissing his wife in public. See? That is what I mean when I say our pagan ancestors had a correct understanding of the institution of marriage. Kissing one’s wife in public should make as little sense as kissing one’s law partner or business partner in public.

    19. Sri Sreggin Das, Mystic Yogi of the Kali Yuga Says:

      It is true that in traditional societies, marriages were arranged.

      I have seen quite a few of these where the two partners did indeed “fall in love” and transcend what started as largely a business dealing. These were arranged by wise parents, who knew their children.

      But I have also many marriages in the West, where the partners thought themselves to be in love, and then the marriage turned into a sham, with both sides scrambling for the money.

      I don’t think there is a clear-cut answer, in the hyper-individualized West. Modern times, also, have changed the nature of the life-struggle. Birth control, also, has made sacred sex into a game of human flesh meat-joining among the unmarried.

      But I can understand the feelings of those who want their marriage to be more than a business partnership. They want romance, a term which indeed harkens back to ancient, pagan Rome.

      You do not have to be Christian to have this attitude. Nor do you have to be Christian to believe that marriage is for life, and between a man and a woman.

      But Christianity has often been anti-romantic. Paul advised Christians that it was better to take a wife than to burn with lust. This is not romance; this is also a “business” relationship—having a wife as a sex-mate while she cleans and cooks (even considering the historical context). And many people have thought that the teachings of Luther did much to destroy any feelings of romance among the Germans.

      This pragmatic attitude toward man/woman relations is repulsive to many people. They see it as industrial and soul-less.

    20. Tim McGreen Says:

      Good observations, Mr. Das. The biggest problem, I think, is that too many couples want their marriage or partnership to be officially recognized and approved of by the Church and State. If two adults want to live together in some kind of mutually acceptable arrangement what business should that be of a priest or a bureaucrat? Or am I being too libertarian on this point?

    21. fd Says:

      Common sense is not being too liberal, Tim McGreen. The couples living together in the 1970s (shackin’ up) seemed so much happier than couples who chose regimented marriage and the approval of the status quo. Cohabitation is not rocket science: food, clothes, shelter, reproduction.

    22. Tim McGreen Says:

      Co-habitation has worked out very well for Goldie Hawn (crypto-Jewess) and Kurt Russell.

      fd, I just learned that the great Johnny Winter passed away this year at the age of 70. The great Jack Bruce from CREAM also passed this year, as did the great Ian McLagan from the Small Faces and Rolling Stones. I salute and thank them all.

    23. fd Says:

      Thanks for the info. I knew about Johnny Winter but not the others mentioned.

      Janis Joplin grew up in Port Arthur which is near Beaumont where Johnny Winter is from.

    24. Jill Mustang and Big Jim Jesus Says:

      Mr. Das, Big Jim and I got married with the approval of our church.

      It was our church that selected us for each other. Not with some decree, but with knowing looks, winks, nudges, etc. (and sometimes outright declarations). Big Jim and I knew that the Spirit was speaking through them to us.

      Christian marriage symbolizes the love of Christ for his bride, the Church. That is why it is sacred, eternal, and consecrated by a man of God.

      The desecration of marriage is just one reason that a just God has withdrawn His protection of America. We are under judgment.

      You must remember that the early Church was sure that Christ would return any day. That is why Paul had the attitude he did toward romance. There is no time for romance when any day could be the Last Great Day! But Paul had other words on marriage, as you probably know, that are very tender and understanding.

    25. Antagonistes Says:

      Miss Mustang, what you describe is normal human behavior.

      I can well see Druids, worshippers of Mithras, or Zoroastrians giving each other the same knowing winks, nudges, etc. about a young couple in their midst, and having the same delight, the same remembrances about their youthful days.

      And it would not have anything to do with a church, that organization that says that a Christian Bantu is your “brother” . . . no, it would have to do with a pagan religion that sprang from blood and soil, and which ministers to those people ONLY of that blood and soil, and has priests accordingly.

      And as far as “virtue”—-that largely came from the Greeks.

      But I think that people do want their acts consecrated by ceremonies; hence, funerals, weddings, baptisms, pledgings of troth, etc.

      People want to have a concept of the Holy. And, as Sri Sreggin Das said, you do not have to be Christian to have it. In fact, it may be argued that Christianity DISENCHANTED human life.

    26. Thom McQueen Says:

      Ant, McGreen, let me spell it out in plain dingo shit.

      Life is buckleys–tragic. I tell Carrie Fisher all the time that we are a tragedy. Life is a tragedy. After a while, you get a gutful. But loyalty means something. Loyalty, seeing it through, telling time and god himself to fuck off. Because in the end it all turns to shit. But you see each other, getting older, and wathcing how you handle it. You learn from each other.

      You have to rise above it.

      “I’m alive and that’s all,
      And I can get up just as fast as I fall
      And I’ll walk and run but I’ll never crawl,
      And in the end it doesn’t matter at all”

      From “Alive” by the Bee Gees

      Ant you are right. We don’t need some freakin’ religion that tells us that the abos and niggers are our brothers. no lations and fuck the twits.

    27. CW-2 Says:

      Why are the Christian churches emptying? Because they have become rootless and cosmopolitan. They don’t or won’t address our feelings of ‘blood and soil’.

    28. Antagonistes Says:

      Good thoughts, Thom.


      It is the season for goodwill among men!