29 April, 2018

Some Good Points About Marriage

Posted by Socrates in divorce, divorce laws, marriage, no-fault divorce, Socrates, Soviet Union, Western civilization, Western culture, Western decline at 12:13 pm | Permanent Link

“So you’re lucky that anybody will put up with you for a week much less your whole life.”
“The point of marriage is to tough it out,” said Peterson. “And you don’t tough it out for your happiness, that’s not what you’re in there for.”

He’s right. In the old days (before Soviet-style “No-Fault Divorce” laws), a divorce was difficult to get, so couples were forced to ride out the rough spots in their marriages. But today, many couples call it quits after a few months of hardship. “No-fault” makes it easy to do.


  • 9 Responses to “Some Good Points About Marriage”

    1. fd Says:

      Cohabitation between a man and woman is none of the governments business. Stay out of the courthouse. Manage your own affairs. A marriage license enters your cohabitation into a contract with the state.

    2. Thom McQueen Says:

      I know of this man—he is a cuck and a secreet cock-sucker.

      He sounds right as rain. Beware.

    3. Antagonistes Says:

      Thom is right.

      This guy is a neo-con. He is playing on our sense of morality.

      But we have our morality without his neo-con spin on things.

      This guy is very pro-Jewish and thinks that Jews are the superior IQ beings.

      He belongs on the pages of the WND, the disgustingly pro-neocon World Nutcase Daily, not here.


      You peter-sucker Peterson: We have our morality WITHOUT YOUR OBEISANCE TO YOUR NEO-CON MASTERS! We have always had it.

      WE HAVE MORALITY! We do not have to be scared of sex or death, as the Jews want us to be, in order to kow-tow to them.

    4. Jürgen Says:

      fd is so correct in what he writes above.

      Don’t ever let any jew into your bond.

    5. Stan Sikorski Says:

      My wife and I just celebrated our 15th official year of marriage, but cap that with being together 27 years. The only thing that will tear us apart is death. I know it. She knows it. We may fight, things may get thrown, we may not talk for hours or days. But we’ll kill for each other and do things together that would tear most couples apart in seconds.

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

      In marriage, one chooses a partner who incorporates the qualities that he himself has disowned, in himself.

      One moves toward wholeness, in accordance with Divine Law, so one seeks to recover those qualities that one has disowned. The mate, that one picks, frequently displays those qualities.

      So in an ideal marriage, an artistic person starts to recover the quality of pragmatism that his mate embodies. Conversely, the practical partner starts showing a flair for color and decorating that the artistic mate inspires in her.

      It is a tightrope: If you go too far one way, the balance is destroyed, and you see your mate as embodying those qualities that you despise.

      But the important thing is, as Stan S. says, to keep at it, for life. Only then will the soul move toward wholeness.

    7. Antagonistes Says:

      Holy One, I bow in awe before your wisdom.

    8. Stronza Says:


    9. The Red Skull Says:

      The problem is
      So many of our Women are fence jumping Whores u cant
      Trust so who wants to put up with that?