Masculinity Is Not Fragile

All warfare is based on deception. Hence, when we are able to attack, we must seem unable; when using our forces, we must appear inactive; when we are near, we must make the enemy believe we are far away; when far away, we must make him believe we are near.”

― Sun Tzu, The Art of War

As a combat veteran, and one that has taken part in covert and clandestine operations, I can vouch for the validity in Sun Tzu’s words. In war, far more battles are lost than they are won. Victory, far more often than not, isn’t rewarded to the strongest, but to the smartest combatant. Rarely is victory achieved by attacking the enemy head on. It is hubris to the highest degree to continue on a course of action that is destiny for failure.  As General Oliver Prince Smith famously said, “We’re not retreating; we’re just advancing in a different direction.”

That brings me to today’s topic. Brothers, make no mistake about it, we are war. The war I speak of is not between nations, but between genders. Women have been engaging in a full scale, all-out assault on men, and masculinity in general, but black men and black masculinity for a while now. They’ve intensified their efforts recently. Not that long ago, there was an attempt to have several prominent black male Youtubers, many of whom are contributors to this very site, shut down.

As we know, there attempts didn’t work, and in fact the black male community is stronger than it’s ever been. However, direct attacks like this are by no means their only method of attack.  In fact, the majority of their attacks involve subterfuge as well as proxies. Often times, they use others as allies, willing or unwilling, to further their goals and to achieve their ends.

In war communication is paramount to victory. The combatants who are able to simultaneously have swift, effective communication within its ranks and deny or delay the enemy the same luxury, usually wins.  Women have effectively controlled communications, aka the media, for years.  They’ve made sure that their version of events, their stories, and their voice is the only heard, swaying public perception and pushing their agenda.  Today, I’d like to cite the latest example in a long line of women using deception, distraction, and proxies to further goal, the subjugation of men and the redefining of masculinity.

A few days ago, Boosie Badazz was on an Instagram livestream and was recounting a story from his time in Angola Prison in Louisiana, which is one of the most infamous prisons in the country.  Below is a transcript of what he during the Instagram livestream:

“I remember when I was down in Angola, I walked in on a nigga riding a nigga dick from the back,” Boosie recounts in a new video. “That nigga had nigga ankles riding that bitch from the back, man. I ain’t know about the Coke can in the shower, you heard me? A nigga ain’t even tell me. I walked straight in, six in the morning—nigga riding that dick. I said I want to go home, man.” He then goes on to call them “sick” and calls one of them and “nasty muthafucker.” He continues by saying, “Nasty ass nigga. Same nigga walking around that bitch talking about you a gangsta. Bitch you a punk. Bitch you gay. These niggas like asshole man, for real.”

Now, of course, Boosie’s comments have been used by feminists and other female entities to label him a homophobe and to justify and push their opinion that masculinity is fragile.  As I said before, in this war with women, everything is about deception.

Let’s call an ace and a spade a spade. Boosie Badazz is a straight man. Of course, it was uncomfortable for him walking in on 2 grown men having sex. What he said that isn’t a revelation, and is indicative of how any heterosexual man would feel in the same situation. What you have here is the feminist attempting to use gay males as proxies to aid them in diverting attention from their true agenda.

This foolishness and feeble attempt to discredit him and other straight men that aren’t actively advocating for gay men is laughable at best, and just plain pathetic at worse. It also is another diversion from another issue that the feminist and their supporters don’t like to talk about, and that is the fact that it is not masculinity that is fragile.  It’s quite the contrary.  Femininity is fragile.

Think about it. Men aren’t the ones begging for acceptance and validation. Body shamming, featurism, colorism, etc are permeations of the fact that femininity is fragile.  Don’t fall for the okie doke fellas.  Men, know what masculinity is. We aren’t the ones to try to redefine it. We aren’t the ones pushing to have it include effeminate behaviors and style of dress, or hell, men wearing dresses. To the contrary, people like Boosie Badazz are defending masculinity and aren’t being swayed to change their position or views, because that’s what real men do. They stand up and defend what they know to be right.

 

 

 

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