Male Identity – Buddha and the Feminazi Family Court
When talking about male identity and religion we find that the founders of the world’s major religions are overwhelmingly male. The essential and important theological thought created within Christianity, Islam, and Buddhism has been driven by the minds of men, so it is natural to look at the relationship between male identity and religion. This article looks at one dimension of Prince Siddhârtha Gotama (Buddha) and puts forth a hypothetical situation about Buddha who changed from a male identity of prince, husband and father to one of a man seeking enlightenment who would be free to seek out the answers to the age old questions of life and death, and a true way out of suffering to find Nirvana. If there had been a Feminazi Family Court during the time of the Great Buddha would he have been able to follow this noble path?
“Thus at the age of twenty-nine, in the flower of youthful manhood, on the day his beautiful Yasodharâ had given birth to his only son, Râhula, Prince Siddhârtha Gotama, discarding and disdaining the enchantment of the royal life, scorning and spurning joys that most young men yearn for, tore himself away, renouncing wife and child and a crown that held the promise of power and glory.”
“He cut off his long locks with his sword, doffed his royal robes, and putting on a hermit’s robe retreated into forest solitude to seek a solution to those problems of life that had so deeply stirred his mind. He sought an answer to the riddle of life, seeking not a palliative, but a true way out of suffering,to perfect enlightenment and Nibbâna. His quest for the supreme security from bondage, Nibbâna (Nirvâna), had begun. This was the great renunciation, the greatest adventure known to humanity.”
Today, in any Western gynocracy, Buddha would be brought before a Feminazi Family Court because of the behavior described above. The sole act of giving up his role as a father to his son Râhula and leaving his wife Yasodharâ would mean that Buddha, Buddha’s wife, and Buddha’s son would come under the rule of a family court in any Western country today. Obviously, the end result would have meant that Buddha would have never started what today is the fourth largest religion in the world, and that he would also have had to spend his life in servitude to his domestic family court-ordered obligations. Just thinking about such a hypothetical situation brings to mind some of the distateful, man-hater aspects of contemporary Western civilization.
Mahabodhi Buddhist Temple
According to contemporary Family Law in any Western Gynocracy, Buddha would not have been allowed to simply retreat into “forest solitude to seek a solution to those problems of life that had so deeply stirred his mind. He sought an answer to the riddle of life, seeking not a palliative, but a true way out of suffering,to perfect enlightenment and Nibbâna. His quest for the supreme security from bondage, Nibbâna (Nirvâna).” Buddha would have had to return to his princely duties that gave him access to his wealth/income to be able to pay court-ordered family support payments. This begs the question of who owns the labor and/or even the life of any man. According to modern day Western law, the income and wealth of any man is controlled/owned by the State. The wealth produced from the number of hours of a man’s labor is ultimately owned by the State which gives the government the power to impose forced labor/slavery on any man not only to satisfy family court orders, but also to pay government imposed taxes which in the USA is currently at a level of forced bondage. Western Gynocracies have converted any government-controlled marriage into a contractural agreement (a business deal) that obligates the average working man to a life of forced labor to meet the State’s royal decrees of what constitutes acceptable male behavior within a marriage, during a divorce, and after a divorce. The State’s man-hater laws essentially make the female the Lord and master of the husband and children and gives her control over a sizeable chunk of the wealth produced by a man’s labor during his lifetime. Of course, she is entitled to be Lord and master over his income for that portion that is left over after paying the extremely high level of taxation (property taxes, income taxes, sales taxes, gasoline taxes, VAT taxes, etc.) in Western Gynocracies.
To sum it all up, if there had been a despotic family court in the time of Buddha, the Buddhist religion would never have been born. Fortunately for humanity, at the time of Buddha, men still had enough freedom to where the majority of the fruits of their labor still belonged to the man who actually did the work, and men had the freedom to choose the lifestyle they wanted even if it was to renounce the world to seek solitude to contemplate a path to enlightenment.
Pha-That-Luang Buddhist Temple
The beautiful Buddhist temples throughout the world would not exist today if there had been a Feminazi Family Court in the time of Buddha (Prince Siddhârtha Gotama). How much new religious thought and scientific advancement has been lost to mankind because so many men are enslaved to Female-centric Lifestyles?
Masked Writer – When will men be free?