What Do ALL the Mass Shooters Have in Common?

Article here. Excerpt:

'The one common thread among all the recent mass shooters is they are children of single of mothers.  These young men had no male role models in their homes.  For 50 years, our society has encouraged women to be single mothers despite all the research proving it is detrimental to a child to be born into a home without a father.  Children born to single mothers are twice as likely to become delinquent. 

Children of single mothers are more likely to be in special education classes in school, more likely to drop out of school, more likely to experiment with drugs and alcohol at an early age, and more likely to become delinquent and to be incarcerated.  There are no men on death row from intact families.  Children of single mothers are more likely to witness domestic violence in their homes and more likely to repeat the pattern of domestic violence. Children born to a married couple are more likely to attend college, less likely to be abused, and more likely to grow up mentally and physically healthier.  A child born to a single mother has close to a 40% chance of growing up in poverty while a child born to a married couple has less than 4% chance of growing up in poverty. Children of single mothers are 14 times more likely to suffer abuse and if the mother lives with a man who is not the father of the child, the chances of abuse increase to 33 times that of a married couple. Worse, the children of single parents are more likely to grow up and repeat the pattern, a pattern that is detrimental to children.  Despite what the liberals have told us, children need fathers in their lives and in their homes.

If we look at the recent spate of mass shooters, they all grew up in single family homes.  (Cho at Virginia Tech may have been the exception although he seemed to be missing guidance from either of his parents. They did not seem to have been aware of his problems which began in middle school.)'

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To get someone to take on a risky, thankless task, you need to pay them. If you want me to reproduce and be the kid's dad, pay me. Becoming a dad is quite risky and thankless with near as I can tell little ROI. Oh the kid is cute when very young but quickly turns into a RPITA. Then there's the risk associated with becoming a father: divorcing wife (maybe don't marry her) or she tries getting the kid all to herself (fine) but does so by false accusation. Or maybe the brat tries that. Then there's the huge expense and many opportunity costs associated with it

Some western countries think the way to increase fecundity is to pay women to have babies. This plan isn't working though. That is bc they're paying the wrong party. It's not the female desire to reproduce that has waned these past X decades. That is largely static. It's the male desire that has waned and for very good reason.

Pay me out the ass to become a dad and then maybe I'll do it. But the answer'll prob be no anyway. Besides, we don't need more ppl, we need less.

But I do feel sorry for fatherless kids. Best way to prevent it as a man is don't reproduce. You may intend to stay or be a dad but the govt/mother can take that away from you easily enough. So you can't count your own desire to be so as a reliable factor. As for women making sure their kids aren't fatherless, it's simple: STOP REPRODUCING with the wrong men or make sure you resolve NOT to be one of these father-destroyer females or preferably both. It's women who push out kids, not men, and they have no excuse for not stopping pregnancy or childbirth, what with abortion being legal.

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Maybe even THE problem.

Marriage no longer makes any sense for men, enough so that I can no longer tell any man that it's a good idea. Better to avoid both marriage and fatherhood than to sign on for either, for once you do, the system and she have you by the short-and-curlies.

Marriage today is a bad idea for men. So is fatherhood.

On the other hand, the destruction of fatherhood and family, the raising of children by single moms, is the source of many of our most pressing problems, including school shooting: most of the killers are raised by single mothers. There are a couple of exceptions but most criminals of any type were raised by a single mother.

Child support enforcement simply increases the problem, because it turns all unmarried or divorced fathers into criminals, with the exception of those who manage to gain custody. That turning fathers into criminals would also turn their sons into criminals seems intuitively obvious--but it's official policy nonetheless. It's basically a big program for turning men into a criminal class, one of the dystopian dreams of feminism.

The reward for getting married for a man used to be having a family, so much so that infertility was one of the few reasons a man could legally divorce a woman. But the rewards today at best are short-lived: the law makes no effort to protect the rights of the father. If a man's responsibilities are enforced and his rights are not enforced, the man has no reason to get married.

Until the law changes and makes fatherhood and marriage a rational choice, the problems resulting from fatherless homes will continue.

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The only option *under current circumstances* is to decline h@ving kids. Get a vasectomy or make sure she's not capable of getting pregnant. (Condoms are OK but the courts don't count condoms as a reliable escape clause and pretty much nothing else, too.) 1/4 of the time, the kid's not really yours anyway. The chances are pretty good that any rel'p that lasts any length of time, she'll be cheating on you. (Heck I recently met a woman who had a new bf who wanted to "take it slow" and so he wouldn't bang her for the first few wks. She got so horny/impatient that she started banging guys on the down-low so she could withstand the dreadful absence of dick from her life until he began porking her. Not surprisingly, she kept doing dudes on the down-low anyway even after he started at it on her. Her bf had no idea and to this day still doesn't. True story, X my heart.)

To be fair, you probably will, too.

Until or unless both the law and social norms and values substantially change to become father-friendly and -respecting, the wiser men, IMO, eschew marriage/LTRs with women and definitely avoid fatherhood.

You can do one or both of these things. Just don't say you weren't warned.

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