Be a Man Among Men, Part Three: Man as Leader

For the final installment of my series (Part 1 & Part 2) on reclaiming traditional masculinity, we are examining our roles as leaders and educators. Because our duties in regards to leadership and education intersect quite often, they will be addressed together.

Male Leadership

Our divine ordination as men is to become leaders. The order of creation places men as the leadership entities in the family, community, and church. Men of action are required by God to fill these leadership roles. In the modern era, so many of these roles have been filled by women; not just because of indoctrination from (((them))), but because good men refuse to become who we are as opposed to playing video games and masturbating.

Lead Your Family

St Paul writes in Ephesians: “Wives, submit to your own husbands, as to the Lord. For the husband is head of the wife, as also Christ is head of the church; and He is the Savior of the body. Therefore, just as the church is subject to Christ, so let the wives be to their own husbands in everything.” This does not imply the modernist view of mutual submission, nor does it imply placing our women in the same position as chattel slaves. A good man will always lead his wife and family toward what is good. It is our duty to ensure the salvation of both our wives and children. This is done by example, as well as making our expectations known. In regards to our children, we must lead by preparing the next generation. Our boys must learn the skills necessary to be fathers and husbands; our daughters those necessary to become wives and mothers. Men, teach your sons to take care of the house, do basic vehicle maintenance, prepare food, and to shoot a gun. A man without skills becomes locked in the cycle of the bugman, perpetually outsourcing skills YOU should have taught him. Make sure your daughter has been taught everything she needs to be an excellent wife and mother so that she can fulfill her God-given duties.

Lead Your Church

No position of leadership within a church should be filled by anyone other than a man suited for such a task. The proliferation of the “church lady” falls on us. As men, we decided that being leaders in our churches just wasn’t worth it. Step up within your church, and the church ladies will step down. Most churches still have a group of laymen who are responsible for various parish responsibilities. When these roles are filled, you will be surprised with the interest that more men of the church will have toward these responsibilities.

Lead Your Community

Our movement has done an excellent job at promoting traditional gender roles. At every level of the community, from small peer groups up to town councils, our men have an opportunity to restore order. People respond to strong male leaders where they would recoil in disgust to a female in the same position. If you really want to lead your community, step up and run for a council position or join the local volunteer fire department. Even better, grab some of your shitlord friends to do it with you. By placing a public face to traditional values, our communities can thrive. Proper and effective male leadership of communities is of utmost importance when addressing the woes of society at large.

Be a leader.

Be a Man Among Men. Retake Everything.

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