Radical Feminists at the United Nations Blame the COVID-19 Crisis on Men and Fatherhood
The COVID-19 crisis and the past 4 months of looting, rioting and violence that has been seen in cities across America is actually proof that we need more patriarchy, not less. We have a nation of lost youth. We have broken homes where boys and girls are being raised without fathers. And the insane solution by radical feminists at the UN is to diminish the role of fathers even more. How deranged can one’s thinking be?
The reality is that the absence of fathers in the home is actually harming children. We have about 20 million children (1 in 4 households) growing up without fathers in America. And this accounts for a higher risk of poverty, teenage pregnancy, behavior problems, drug and alcohol abuse, crimes and high school drop outs.
What is happening in our homes? Whatever it is, it’s being reflected in society and the recent nationwide riots is highlighting this. Many of our youth across the country are engaging in looting, arson and violence against citizens and police. There is absolutely no justification for the deliberate destruction of property and the risk to human life. Where are the parents in these situations? Where are the fathers? What are the youth being taught and what are their guiding principles?
God has the solution to all the problems we see today. He designed that children grow up in loving homes consisting of one man and one woman committed to each other in holy matrimony. And He has ordained that fathers be the priests of their households, to love and support their children and instruct them in the ways of the Lord:
“And these words, which I command thee this day, shall be in thine heart: and though shalt teach them diligently unto they children, and shalt talk of them when thou sittest in thine house, and when thou walkest by the way, and when thou liest down, and when thou risest up.” Deuteronomy 6:6, 7.
The closer we get to doing things God’s way, the happier everything seems to be. And the further we stray from God’s original plan, the more episodes of deadly and bloody riots will erupt on the streets of our nation. The disappearance of fatherhood will have unforeseen consequences upon our young people: chaos, mass riots, insurrection, looting and hatred. And thanks to the radical feminists at the United Nations, they will ensure that the violent mayhem continues.
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