Fish Eaters: The Whys and Hows of Traditional Catholicism


Galatians 3:26-28 "For you are all the children of God by faith, in Christ Jesus.
For as many of you as have been baptized in Christ, have put on Christ.
There is neither Jew nor Greek: there is neither bond nor free: there is neither male nor female.
For you are all one in Christ Jesus."


The Garbage Generation
By Daniel Amneus



This book outlines the consequences of the destruction of the two-parent family and the need to stabilize it by strengthening its weakest natural link, the role of the biological father. It is written from a secular perspective and includes a few things with which the owner of the FishEaters Website would definitely quibble, and it doesn't even mention the importance of chastity on the part of men, too, which is sad. But it most certainly makes its case about the need for patriarchy, destroying the myth of women being innocent, sexless little fluffballs in the process -- a quite necessary destruction in that reaching the goal of chastity shouldn't be based on lies and pious tales about the reality of human nature -- women being a little more than half of all humans. Failure to deal with actual human nature, rather than sentimentalized versions of it, can only lead to failure, resentment, neuroses, and backlash.

At any rate, this book is must-reading for all who are concerned about the future of Western civilization -- and is definitely the book to give to the radical feminist who decries "the evils of the patriarchy" (which is not at all to belittle real evils suffered by women at the hands of those with sentimentalized, condescending, un-Catholic attitudes towards them).

Just think of what our world is like in the West -- the Maury Povich "Who My Baby Daddy" shows with the paternity tests given to ten different men in an attempt to find out who a child's father is, the newspaper birth announcements which amount to lists of names of single women. Think of the women, bewildered about why men won't commit, and the men who'd love to commit, but know that doing so is to risk being raped by the judicial system because of no-fault divorce, unfair custody laws, etc.
Consider our "pornified" culture in which women compete to "out-slut" each other in how they dress, in what they're willing to do to arouse men and get and keep their attention -- men who likely refer to them as "pump and dumps" and will never call them again. Think of how a rating scale exists out there, with women  being judged as being a "4" or a "solid 9," all based on their "hotness," with no regard for their intellects, their hearts, their dreams, their souls. How far we've fallen. Pope Paul VI nailed it way back in 1968 when he wrote, in Humanae Vitae, about the effects of artificial contraception:

Responsible men can become more deeply convinced of the truth of the doctrine laid down by the Church on this issue if they reflect on the consequences of methods and plans for artificial birth control. Let them first consider how easily this course of action could open wide the way for marital infidelity and a general lowering of moral standards. Not much experience is needed to be fully aware of human weakness and to understand that human beings—and especially the young, who are so exposed to temptation—need incentives to keep the moral law, and it is an evil thing to make it easy for them to break that law. Another effect that gives cause for alarm is that a man who grows accustomed to the use of contraceptive methods may forget the reverence due to a woman, and, disregarding her physical and emotional equilibrium, reduce her to being a mere instrument for the satisfaction of his own desires, no longer considering her as his partner whom he should surround with care and affection.

Before jumping into the book, you might be interested in watching this video that touches on the same subject and is so well-done I must share it:

Now, on to "The Garbage Generation"...
 


 
 

The Garbage Generation

Chapter I: Introduction: the pathology of the female-headed family
Chapter II: The once and future matriarchy: the stone age, the ghetto, and the promiscuity principle
Chapter III: The patriarchal system: putting sex to work
Chapter IV: Sleeping beauty feminism vs. slaughtered saints feminism
Chapter V: The mutilated beggar argument
Chapter VI: The custody trap
Chapter VII: The Gilder fallacy
Chapter VIII: The Weitzman fallacy
Chapter IX: Hypergamy
Chapter X: Our paychecks, our selves: why fathers must demand custody
Chapter XI: The Humphrey principle
Annex to chapter I
Additional note
References

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