America Is The Loneliest Country In The World – Is It Because We’ve Abandoned The Traditional Family Structure?


Of all the nations on the entire planet, the United States is the most lonely place to be.  We have the highest percentage of one person households on the entire globe, and the average size of our households has been steadily decreasing.  Studies have shown that the number of close friends that Americans have is falling, and we have the highest divorce rate in the world by a wide margin.  So why is this happening?  Does this have anything to do with the fact that America is abandoning the traditional family structure?  Back in the 1960s, the “sexual revolution” fundamentally changed the way that millions of Americans viewed sex and love.  By throwing out all of the old boundaries, many Americans believed that they would ultimately be able to have more sex and more love.  Today, this manifests itself in a ”hookup culture” that is constantly being promoted as “healthy” in our popular music, in our television shows and in our movies.  But instead of this “hookup culture” resulting in more sex and more love, most Americans are discovering that it leads to just the opposite.  We have become a nation of desperately lonely people that have very few real ties to others.

Never in the history of our nation have Americans been so isolated from one another.  Most people get up in the morning, drive to work or school, perhaps do a little shopping afterwards, and then drive home again.  The rest of the evening is typically spent in front of the television or on some sort of electronic device.

In addition, most Americans spend precious little time attending social gatherings of any sort these days.  Church attendance is at historic lows, and most people don’t take the time or the effort to get involved in other types of social groups.

And even when Americans do go out and try to meet people, the relationships that are formed are very much “on the surface” at best.  The truth is that most Americans have very few “close friends”.  Just take a moment and consider how many people outside your immediate family actually “love you” and would be there for you no matter what.  For most Americans that number is depressingly low.

In a desperate attempt for human love and interaction, an increasing number of Americans have turned to social networking websites such as Facebook to fill that void.  For the desperately lonely, some human contact is better than none.  In fact, a growing number of people are so desperate for people to talk with them that they will pretend to be someone else online.  Many will even use an attractive picture of someone else in an attempt to try to lure others.  This has become so common that this phenomenon has even been given a name.  It is known as “catfishing“, and it has grown to epidemic levels.

Other Americans deal with their loneliness by recklessly indulging in food, drugs, gambling, shopping or other addictions.  We are a fundamentally unhappy nation, and this is reflected in the fact that we lead the world in antidepressant use.  In fact, the total number of Americans taking antidepressants doubled between 1996 and 2005.

Could a lot of this have been avoided if we would have just fully embraced the traditional family structure as a nation?

Wouldn’t most of us be doing a lot better if we lived in homes that were filled with happy, healthy families?

Just consider what the consequences of “free love” and the “hookup culture” have been for America…

*At 26 percent, America has the highest percentage of one person households on the entire planet.

*100 years ago, 4.52 were living in the average U.S. household, but now the average U.S. household only consists of 2.59 people.

*Back in 1950, 78 percent of all households in the United States contained a married couple.  Today, that number has declined to 48 percent.

*The marriage rate in the United States has fallen to an all-time low.  Right now it is sitting at a yearly rate of 6.8 marriages per 1000 people.

*Today, an all-time low 44.2 percent of Americans in the 25 to 34 year old age bracket are married.

*According to the Pew Research Center, only 51 percent of all Americans that are at least 18 years old are currently married.  Back in 1960, 72 percent of all U.S. adults were married.

*In the United States today, more than half of all couples “move in together” before they get married.

*The divorce rate for couples that live together first is significantly higher than for those that do not.

*America has the highest divorce rate on the globe by a wide margin.

*In 1970, the average woman had her first child when she was 21.4 years old.  Now the average woman has her first child when she is 25.6 years old.

*The birth rate for American women in the 20 to 24 year old age bracket has fallen to 85.3 births per 1,000 women.  That is a new all-time record low.

*Approximately one out of every three children in the United States lives in a home without a father.

*For women under the age of 30 living in the United States today, more than half of all babies are being born out of wedlock.

For most Americans, marriage has come to be viewed as a temporary agreement that can be abandoned the moment that it no longer makes them happy any longer.  This “me-centered” approach to love and marriage has had a whole host of negative consequences for us as a nation.

As the National Marriage Project puts it, a marriage in America now “depends for its survival on the happiness of both spouses”…

Over the last four decades, many Americans have moved away from identifying with an “institutional” model of marriage, which seeks to integrate sex, parenthood, economic cooperation, and emotional intimacy in a permanent union. This model has been overwritten by the “soul mate” model, which sees marriage as primarily a couple-centered vehicle for personal growth, emotional intimacy, and shared consumption that depends for its survival on the happiness of both spouses. Thus where marriage used to serve as the gateway to responsible adulthood, it has come to be increasingly seen as a capstone of sorts that signals couples have arrived, both financially and emotionally—or are on the cusp of arriving.

And our young people are no longer taught to value marriage.  Instead, they are told to put off marriage and to go out and “have some fun”.  This message is constantly being reinforced by popular culture.  For example, posted below is an actual pro-Obamacare ad.  Yes, I know that this ad is almost too bizarre to be true, but it is actually a real ad.  And as you can see, the messages that it is sending to our young people are not very subtle at all…


We have become a nation where “anything goes”, and most Americans seem to like it that way.

So what do you think?

Is America the loneliest country in the world because we’ve abandoned the traditional family structure?

Please feel free to share your opinion by posting a comment below…

Source: End of the American Dream 

Porn, Feminism Result in Heterosexual Breakdown

Porn, Feminism Result in Heterosexual Breakdown


November 4, 2013

Why young women should protect their innocence, which also is their charm.

“A cultural reaffirmation of marriage and family such as happened in the 1950’s is sorely needed. This must be led by young women who must reserve themselves for courtship, love, marriage and family.”

by Henry Makow Ph.D.
(Updated from Nov. 9, 2010)

A recent article describes heterosexual breakdown in Japan, a warning to the West of the consequences of Illuminati social engineering. 


Young Japanese men and women aren’t having sex. The “celibacy syndrome” portends a demographic catastrophe. Japan’s declining population of 126 million is projected to plunge a further one-third by 2060.

” A 2011 survey found that 61% of unmarried men and 49% of women aged 18-34 were not in any kind of romantic relationship… a third of people under 30 had never dated at all…Although there has long been a pragmatic separation of love and sex in Japan – a country mostly free of religious morals – sex fares no better. … The Japan Family Planning Association (JFPA) found that 45% of women aged 16-24 “were not interested in or despised sexual contact”. More than a quarter of men felt the same way.”
The phrase “pragmatic separation of love and sex”  is a clue to what has happened. Thanks to feminism and porn, the two sexes no longer need each other. The sales of condoms is actually declining. Women are turned off because the culture is saturated with porn. Men are jaded and exhausted. Romance is dead.  

These trends are already evident in the West.  According to Pew Research Center, only 37% of US women ages 18-34 say marriage is one of the most important things in their lives. For men, only 29 percent.

In the UK, “Over the past 30 years, …cohabitation has trebled,  babies born outside marriage has quintupled, and single-parent families has trebled… the rate of divorce has doubled; and half of all children now experience their parents’ divorce before they are 16.” 

A cultural reaffirmation of marriage and family such as happened in the 1950’s is sorely needed. This must be led by young women who must reserve themselves for courtship, love, marriage and family. Sexually, they are pretty much the same. They must distinguish themselves in terms of being superior wives and mothers.



Today, if a young woman says she is saving herself for her husband, she will be considered hopelessly old fashioned. She will be treated with disdain, as polite society treated a whore 100 years ago.

This indicates the triumph of Satanism, the “religion” of the modern world, which lurks behind the mask of “secularism.” Not coincidentally, virgins also had to hide their purity in Bolshevik Russia.

The defining characteristic of civilization is the consecration of sex to marriage, or at the very least, love and courtship. Marriage and family are the red blood cells of a healthy society, and the basis for procreation.
Satanists understand this very well.

That’s why they used “sexual liberation,” to undermine humanity. As Giuseppe Mazzini said,  “we corrupt in order to conquer.”

Speaking of the aims of the Illuminati, Benjamin Disraeli wrote in his novel Lothair (1870) : “The foundation of the Christian family is the sacrament of matrimony, the spring of all domestic and public morals. The anti-Christian societies [i.e. Illuminati] are opposed to the principle of home. When they have destroyed the hearth, the morality of society will perish.”



Most women want to be loved permanently by one man whom she loves. Marriage and sex is the symbol of this exclusive long-term bond. But society is telling young women that “hooking up” signifies empowerment. They don’t really want this and it’s killing them.

For a woman, sex is an act of surrender and possession. By definition, it requires commitment and trust. For a woman, love and trust are intertwined.

When a woman has casual sex, inevitably she feels used and betrayed. She starts to hate men and falls victim to feminism and lesbianism.
When men had to get married to have sex, women were courted and loved. Later, they were honored for their contributions as wife and mother. Far from protecting “women’s rights,” feminism has robbed women and left them twisting in the wind. 

Anonymous sex cannot compare to sex in the context of a loving relationship. “Free” sex has become a substitute for love. Young women now market themselves as sexual partners, not wives and mothers.  Men are also trained to seek sex, not love.   

“Homosexual rights” are designed to make heterosexuals behave like homosexuals. Very few homosexuals marry. Very few have children. This is the model the elite envisages for human beings: isolated, alienated and tractable.

A woman should be commended for resisting social pressure ( i.e. social engineering ) and obeying her highest instincts instead.


Through the mass media, the Illuminati brainwash us to think romantic love and sex are a universal panacea that can replace religion (God.) 

How many movies and songs repeat the mantra that “love” is the Answer? Woody Allen is 75 and he’s still chasing this romantic chimera. This is arrested development.   

People aren’t meant to be loved as though they were perfect. No one is. Only God is perfect and that is where our love should be directed. As you know, I define God in terms of spiritual ideals such as truth, justice, goodness and beauty.

Men have been brainwashed to idealize women. But women are not meant to be worshiped. That’s idolatry.  They are meant to be treated lovingly.

In olden times, men chose women for their worth as helpmates. Can she cook? Milk cows? Make clothes? They had no illusions about “soul mates.” Men need to look for women who are gentle and accommodating, who have skills, character, personality and make good mothers.

Avoid promiscuous women, feminists and women who are alienated from their fathers. Avoid bean counters (women who want everything to be “equal.”)  

We need to take the stardust out of our eyes and realize that the importance of sex has been grossly exaggerated. Men are attracted to almost all fertile women.

So what? That’s nature’s way to ensure we procreate. We don’t need to be controlled by that.


Sexual attraction is a terrible basis for a marriage. It inevitably fades. In marriage, we should be looking for compatibility, someone whose qualities complement our own and who is easy to live with.

Look at old TV shows to see the traditional picture of marriage. It’s not heaven. Lucille Ball and Desi Arnez; Ralph and Alice Kramden were always comically at odds. It never gets boring. 

Marriage is a mutual security pact. A woman accepts her husband’s leadership in return for his protection and love. Men want power; women want love. Marriage is the exchange of the two. (See Relearning Heterosexual Love.)  

Your spouse is nothing like you. There’s going to be disagreements. It’s not necessary to think alike or feel love all the time. Many women are moody. 

Just keep your bargain. Be loyal. Don’t say things that will upset her. Play your part. And over time, with mutual trust, a strong bond grows.

And if you can’t find a suitable companion, you may be in luck. Thoreau, a bachelor, said, “I never found the companion that was so companionable as solitude.”

source: SaveTheMales

2012 Will Reveal Much About The Real Barack Obama

By SinclairNews

As Barack Obama is pressured by Gay Rights Groups and others to come out of the closet on the issue of gay marriage recently, Sinclair News believes 2012 will reveal much about the “Real Barack Obama.” In 2008 many in the media and the Obama campaign organized Internet warriors went to great lengths to try and claim neither Obama nor the Obama campaign engaged in using friends or associates to seek out information or prevent information from being disclosed or discussed in the media or public. That claim has recently been shot full of holes by Obama’s spiritual advisor and mentor” the Rev. Jeremiah Wright in an ‘on the record’ interview given to Author Edward Klein (Edward Klein is a seven-time New York Times bestselling non-fiction author. He is also the former foreign editor of Newsweek and former editor-in-chief of The New York Times Magazine. Klein frequently contributes to Vanity Fair and Parade, and currently lives in New York, New York.)

Jeremiah Wright claims Obama ally offered $150,000 bribe in 2008 to shut up

The above linked article from Ed Morrissey at points out that Barack Obama not only knew about Wrights past sermons in 2008, Obama went so far as to personally ask Wright to “shut up” until after the 2008 November election.

In his on-the-record interview with Klein, Wright claims that an Obama ally offered him $150,000 to keep his mouth shut and stop preaching until after the election, in excerpts published by the New York Post today:

‘Man, the media ate me alive,” Wright told me when we met in his office at Chicago’s Kwame Nkrumah Academy. “After the media went ballistic on me, I received an e-mail offering me money not to preach at all until the November presidential election.”

“Who sent the e-mail?” I asked Wright.

“It was from one of Barack’s closest friends.”

“He offered you money?”

“Not directly,” Wright said. “He sent the offer to one of the members of the church, who sent it to me.”

“How much money did he offer you?”

“One hundred and fifty thousand dollars,” Wright said.

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