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The Really Annoyed Strike

Filed under: General — dpex @ 9:35 pm Thu 13th July 2006

Sometimes, for better or worse, we take matters into our own hands. We arrive at a point where we believe the law, justice, and reason deserts us. We are afloat on a sea of irrationality and to save ourselves from drowning we pitch in with the sea.

And a no more eloquent example of such can be found than in the case of the guy in New York whom, sickened by the system which had taken his children, and then tried to take his home, decided his home was all he had left….and the ex wasn’t going to get it.

Did he petition the court? No!

Did he protest? No!

Did he attempt to further negotiate? No!

No! This man, at the end of his tether, planted a few sticks of gellignite just so, in his $9 Million dollar home, a home subject to some historical trust rules, and literally blew it up, reducing it to rubble while he was still inside.

Apparently they dug him out of the rubble and assert he has a 20% chance of living.

But, because the house was subject of this historical value crap, an intending buyer of the site and sundry rubble will have to rebuild the home exactly as it was. Of course such would be far too expensive, so nobody will bother. Thus nobody will buy the site.

Meanwhile, the ex is trying to get the court to exhume his dying remains from the hospital to have him answer for his foul defrauding of her ‘rightful’ entitlement to $9 million.

Geez, but I’ll bet this dude dies with a smile on his face. And with sundry sticks of gellignite coupled to a loss of the will to live one moment more on this injust planet, Herbert The Bomber blew the shit out of his ex’s expectations of a comfortable life without him.

It seems to me this is a strident example that the MENZ movement, worldwide, is showing signs of having had enough.

I am not, for a moment, suggesting emulation of Herbert’s solution. But I must say I do admire the man for sticking to his principals, and for allowing bits of him to be stuck to the rubble.

I’ve been laughing, on and off, all day, at the vision I have of the ex’s vexed face. :–))



  1. “Men are combustable”, I wrote in my book. They sometimes do great things with this energy or bad things with it. The state can create systems that use male energy, or suffer the wrath when it is turn on the state. Men going their own way (MGTOW) or lone wolf actions will make the attack on men very costly to the state in many indivuidual ways. How stubborn the state is; will be seen in how long it takes to wake up to the fact it can’t win this war against men, that it can only sue for peace and not for pieces of men. History shows this over & over again, but its all about the fashionable here and now for the new effeminate oligarcal class.

    Comment by Intrepid — Thu 13th July 2006 @ 10:29 pm

  2. The culture and well being of the society vally accodingly in my country all home goods depend on mens, woman and childrens are only third parties in the house but in developed world things have to happen like that

    Comment by david — Fri 14th July 2006 @ 12:36 am

  3. Good on him for sticking to his principles but shame he had to kill him self to make people aware of his and many men’s plight.

    Comment by SNMP — Fri 14th July 2006 @ 3:57 pm

  4. which country was this in?

    Comment by starr — Fri 14th July 2006 @ 5:11 pm

  5. The scorched-earth principle seems to be drastic, but if that is what it takes to make a statement clear then so be it. Bravo to the guy in NY

    Comment by Moose — Sat 15th July 2006 @ 11:09 pm

  6. I am a woman and i honestly think that too many woman in this world get away with way too much they always get custody of the kids and a man never has a chance they go into marriages and unions with nothing and end up with everything i honestly do not now how that all works you leave with what you went in with, and if you have children don’t use them as a way to get more money and comforts. It is a shame that this poor man had to go this far but at least he would of had a smile on his face knowing she won’t be getting it.

    Comment by Tanya — Sun 12th November 2006 @ 4:24 pm

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