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The Brotherhood of Men

Filed under: General — Downunder @ 12:36 pm Sun 8th August 2021

The success of any nation is in the unity of its men, the support of its women, and the morality of its laws.

Without the brotherhood of men, we risk not fulfilling our duty to those significant values that we have learned underpin the ideological basis and success, not only of a sovereign nation but of any global civilisation we might hope for.

We should not be content with meeting some defacto provision of minimum standards of human decency and sympathy towards those we consider less fortunate.
We have allowed some irrational narrative that deems all people equal rather than responsible.

Let each be happy with their life, their liberty, and their own pursuit of happiness alonside the fulfillment of any obligations that keep us free from the tyranny of those who prefer to own us.

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  1. “We have allowed some irrational narrative that deems all people equal rather than responsible.”

    From a conversation with a young male.

    What you do today, becomes your tomorrow.
    In ten years, your action, can have great affect.
    Making a job, education, or relationship decision.
    If you do not act, it will not happen.
    So your choice today, inherently.
    By inactivity, or activity.
    Can predetermine the future.

    As for responsibility.
    Where those decisions, good or bad.
    And who pays for them, when they are bad.
    Certainly a person making many bad decisions.
    Will have, with time, a worse life.

    For males, equality, is something we get denied.
    And we get plenty of responsibility, even if not earned.

    Comment by DJ Ward — Sat 21st August 2021 @ 12:13 pm

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