men with women, who are easier to control. Either they arernmore readily intimidated, because of their timid natures; orrnthey are smitten with their masters, like tawdry brides of an invertedrnChrist; or they are lesbians who hate men and are ecstaticrnto be helping neuter their ancient enemy.rnWliatever freedoms humanity has won originate in the fightrnfor autonomy waged by competitive males; and that drive forrnautonomy is the biggest obstacle to the consolidation of newrnglobal insHtutions in the hands of the supranahonal power elite.rnIt was, after all, the compehng power nucleus of colonial Americanrnmen that felt compelled to revolt against King George andrnhis “long train of abuses and usurpahons, pursuing invariablyrnthe same Object | of seducing us| under absolute Despotism.”rnAmong the many outrages for which the king was arraigned inrnthe Declaration of hidependenee: “He has dissolved Representativernflouses repeatedly, for opposing with manly firmness hisrninvasions on the rights of the People.” Likewise, it is the powerfulrnmen representing the compehng authorities of the Housernof Representafives and the Senate who tried to reassert the crucialrnprinciple that the exccuHve branch is not above the lawsrnother Americans must obey—and it is no small measure due tornwomen’s weakness for Bill Clinton that this principle is now arndead letter.rnThe global power elite that is struggling to emerge feeds uponrnwhatever resentments it can find or manuf;ictnre in order tornundermine existing power relationships—between classes, betweenrnnations, between races, between the sexes. Women arernthe greatest weapon the globalists have yet wielded against dierncompefing authorihcs of family, religion, communit)’, and nation.rnWomen’s characteristic desire for sccurit}- blinds dicni torndie danger of allowing one global state to centralize all audiority,rnall finance, all currency and credit, all decision-making, allrnlegihmaey; and diat desire is making possible a tyranny fromrnwhich there is intended to be no escape. Women, who havernnever fought for the liberty that they take for granted, are apparentlyrnall too eager to trade it for die illusions of safet)’ and prosperityrndangled before them by the procurers of the One WorldrnState. Women historically are the weak link: Politicize andrn”empower” them, and you are well on the way to making thernworld safe for the new serfdom, the first t’rannical matriarchyrnrun by men.rnThe perfect example of women not “getting it” is gun control.rnA survey in May 1999 showed that a full fourth of womenrnsupport a ban on all individual possession of handguns—not tornmention “assault” (i.e., effective group-defense) weapons —rnwhile among men, of course, only one in eight supports such arnban. Women have learned nothing from die hideous experimentrnof Prohibifion.rnThis is not to imply that women are inherently peaceful, gentlernsouls. Psychometric studies have shown that women harborrnenormous reservoirs of aggression, but dicy are more adept atrnusing the “indirect aggression” of gossip, shunning, and smearrncampaigns.rn”Woman’s inhumanity to Woman” is an ancient theme thatrnwas memorably treated by Clare Boothe Luce in her 1930’srnplay I’he Women and by Betty Sniidi in her 1940’s memoir, Arn’iree Grows in Brooklyn:rnFrom that time on . .. she hated women. She fearedrnthem for dicir devious ways, she mi.strustcd their insfiucts.rnShe began to hate them for this disloyaltv’ and their crueltyrnto each ofiier. . . . They stuck together for only onernthing: to trample on some other woman.rnLor what are women competing so ruthlessly? To attract andrnhold men, naturally. With the overthrow of the patriarchy, sisterhoodrnwas supposed to flower powerfully. That has not happened,rnhowever. As men are driven out, competition for themrnhas, alas, become only more bitter.rnWhere are the missing ineii? Not in the military, whichrnmen are leaving in droves out the backdoor as womenrnmarch in the front. Many of them are in prison. Some haverngone to Alaska. But many seem to have vanished from the censusrninto some uncounted foreign legion of the streets. If evenrnsuch establishment stalwarts as Pat Buchanan, Oliver North,rnand G. Gordon Liddy can be inverted into Rogue Males, onernstep ahead of being outlawed for their beliefs and their very being,rnwhat cannot he done to rednecked, blue-eollared “mavericks”rnaccused of criminal masculinity? In his book An EmpirernWilderness, Robert D. Kaplan rather squeamishly describesrnsome of these lost souls as “a new class of silent people” lurkingrnin unfurnished trailers on the outskirts of everything. But howrnwere these nowhere men silenced, and how did they find theirrnway to their “paranoid” nowheres?rnNews reports told us that k’ric Harris was rejected by diernMarines just five days before the April 1999 massacre in Littleton,rnColorado, because he was on the prescription drug Luvoxrnfor “depression” (alfiiough Luvox has been clinically approvedrnonly to manage “obsessive-compulsive disorder”). It is not hardrnto imagine why a young Caucasian male in modern Americarnwould be depressed. But Harris’s heket out of the horror of civilianrnlife was neatly revoked by the ver)’ “treatment” he was receivingrnto cope with it.rnThe following comments arc drawn from actual diagnoses ofrnADHD (attenfion-deficit hypcraehvity disorder) in two youngrnboys who were forced to take Ritalin, dexedrinc, or odier drugs:rnConstanriy reminded to stop talking and get busy. Hernseems to have die most trouble in reading group when hernneeds to sit sHll and remain attentive. He often fidgets,rnseems to stare off in space/daydream, and pay attention tornanything going on in the classroom but what he’s supposernI sic I to do.rnSomefimes gets very spunky still. [This child’s dosagernwas increased.]rnIf masculine behavior is criminalized, only criminals will exhibitrnmasculine behavior.rnEven as boys are being persecuted for being boys, educatorsrnare repeahng the lie that girls are “shortchanged” in schools.rnSimple observations diat anyone can make in any schoolroomrnin America have now joined up with solid numbers to prove thernopposite. Wliile 32.3 percent of high-school girls get mostly A’s,rnonly 17.6 percent of boys do. Among girls, 73,2 percent believernthat “the amount of work they do is very important to later successrnin life,” while only 59.4 percent of boys believe this statementrnto be true. (‘1 his may be related to the fact diat, in file newrneconomy, 23 of die 25 “worst jobs” as defined by die Jobs RatedrnAlmanac are more than 90 percent male.) While 59.5 percentrnof girls “take die most difficult and challenging courses dieyrncan,” only 44.5 percent of boys do.rn14/CHRONIC:LESrnrnrn