There is absolutely nothing worse in this world than weak fathers. All of the degeneracy, decay, corruption and decline before your very eyes can be squarely laid at the feet of weak fathers in this country. That slut, her dad ignored his fatherly duties. That nancy boy playing with dolls, his father is asleep at the wheel (or worse). That nagging wife, she doesn’t respect her weak husband. That interracial couple, blame her weak as water daddy. That girl with too much make up on, wearing a choker and septum ring piercing, her pops was too busy with football to be a father.
It all adds up to fathers not doing their duty. As with all things, if you neglect your responsibilities expect a shitty outcome in return. Nothing is easy. There’s really no such thing as, “World’s Greatest Dad.” There are only men undergoing the Herculean task to combat Weimerica and ensure their families don’t end up as casualties to the zeitgeist. It’s all you can do. There’s no silver bullet, except to keep pushing and keep moving forward. Be mindful of the pitfalls and traps that ClownWorld has laid for us. They want your son to be an effeminate weakling (or to become a “female”) and they want your daughter to be Tyrone’s side piece. Don’t believe me, watch practically any commercial on television or social media.
The weak father, generally speaking, has absolutely no clue of the world around him. He doesn’t comprehend the forces trying everyday to corrupt him as a father, his marriage or his children. He doesn’t see the propaganda. If he does, he either doesn’t care or believes in the ridiculous idea that his kids, “need to find out on their own.” What a marvelous dereliction of duty in a tiny phrase – as if you’re children should try heroin to determine if addiction could be cool or engage in sodomy to experience a prolapsed rectum. “Public school was good enough for me,” says the weak father as he sends his 15 year-old daughter to an ostensibly open air prison that looks nothing like it did in 1988.
The weak father shrugs at life. His teenage daughter is allowed to have a boy in her room. His wife assures him that everything will be fine and he shouldn’t worry. She wears the pants around the house; no one else knows that’s the arrangement and so he shrugs. He shrugs as his wife finally admits and tells him that she took their daughter to an abortion clinic to murder his grandchild. What else can he do, but shrug. After all, the weak have no say in life or death.
The weak father says, “I didn’t know that.” He doesn’t know that Orange Is the New Black is a highly inappropriate television show. It especially shouldn’t be on around children. Yet, his preteen daughter is having sleepovers with a handful of her friends and they binge watch it late into the night. She’s now exposed to anti-white commentary, the normalization of prison culture, lesbianism and other trash disguised as virtues. He’s silently shocked to hear her use foul language in the house and around her friends. Her uncle mentions the behavior and the weak father replies with, “I didn’t know that.“
The weak father has no control over himself. His need for alcohol or drugs ensures that he has no control over his family. As is his routine, he pops some Percocet and passes out on the sofa in the living room. It’s his daughter’s graduation and she finds him unresponsive. It’s not the first time. His addiction has him hoping from job-to-job, hiding his addiction from employers and not being a stable provider to his family. His daughter sees him as the only meaningful male example in her life. She now distrusts men, thinking they’re all irresponsible. His wife no longer wants to be married to a junkie and divorces him. Welcome to cause and effect.
The weak father has never grown to adulthood. He’s still a child. He plays video games constantly and acts like a spoiled teenager. He knows everything about the latest Marvel movie franchise. He knows the lore; he’s a super fan. But, he can’t tell you anything about what his son is doing with his friends (or, he’s too scared to ask). He doesn’t manage the finances because that’s reserved for adults, he’s just a big kid after all. He’s the “cool dad.” He’s his son’s “friend,” instead of father. Friends come and go though – especially, in high school. Now, he doesn’t know that his son is going away for an entire weekend out-of-state because he’s got plans to stream the newest Dr. Who.
Single mothers are a tremendous problem for a functional society. Weak fathers are worse. They create single mothers. Their failure to do their duty creates the cycle of single motherhood – either the woman’s father failed to teach her chastity or the deadbeat that walked out on her. Both men failed their charges. This isn’t meant to absolve women or deny them their own agency. But, man is meant to be the head of his household. He is the king of his domain. A strong father understands that if he slips there can be terrible consequences for his marriage and his children. The success or failure of his family rests in his hands.
A weak father neither cares or has the will to act. In turn, his home is one of despair and ruination – a disgruntled wife, disrespectful children, poor finances and a dim future. They are less than pitiful creatures.
A scourge to communists, scallywags, hipsters and feminists, Silas Reynolds calls anywhere south of the Potomac his home. He has a penchant for muscle cars, firearms and 80’s action movies.