Enemies Fear the Message of Power Through Discipline


Students at Vanderbilt University warned: Bulging biceps, big guns advance unhealthy masculinity!

Just more proof that the message we preach here at PTD, scares the living fuck out of our enemies.  The intellectual book pumper, the "nice guy" out there just cripples us, and puts ZERO fear in the hearts and minds of those we aim to defeat! (The College Fix) The size of G.I. Joe’s biceps and Arnold Schwarzenegger’s guns in the Terminator movies is proof that the dominant form of masculinity is out of control. That message and similar ones were conveyed recently to students during Vanderbilt University’s “Healthy Masculinities Week,” organized by the Women’s Center. Attendance for students was optional. The Vanderbilt week kicked off with a lecture by the first man to minor in women’s studies at the University of Massachusetts-Amherst, Jackson Katz....

The self-described “anti-sexist activist” and filmmaker said that sexual violence and domestic abuse are men’s issues and that men would “benefit tremendously from having this conversation.” Katz founded a consulting firm that “provides gender violence prevention and leadership training to institutions in the public and private sectors” and has pioneered the use of bystander training in the U.S. military, according to his website.

At the event, Katz likened racism to sexism, and told students that “people interrupt other people when they make racist comments.” Therefore they should have the same mindset in response to sexist comments, Katz said. But he backtracked during an audience question-and-answer session, admitting that sexist comments can be contextually appropriate in a humorous setting.

Hasta la vista, PC

Political correctness has value, Katz said. Supporters of presidential candidate Donald Trump say like they him for “not being politically correct,” but what they really mean is they like him “for saying racist and sexist comments,” Katz added. Pop culture also has an insidious effect on masculinity, Katz continued, imploring the audience not to “check your brain and moral conscience when you go to the movies.”

He showed clips from his film Tough Guise, in which Katz claims “there has been a ratcheting up of what it takes to be considered menacing in the 1980s and 90s.” As evidence, Katz noted that G.I. Joe’s biceps have gotten larger over the years and that Arnold Schwarzenegger and Sylvester Stallone use bigger guns for their iconic roles as the Terminator and Rambo than did Humphrey Bogart in his 1930s and 1940s film roles.

Athletes and fraternity members are a risk to themselves and others because of the pressure put on them to act masculine, according to other events from the week. One event featured a screening of the limited-release documentary The Mask You Live In, which blames “America’s narrow definition of masculinity” for the deteriorating mental health of boys and men.

“The three most destructive words that every man receives when he’s a boy is when he’s told to ‘be a man,’” former NFL player Joe Ehrmann says in the film. Now a minister, Ehrmann spoke on an all-male panel in 2013 titled “Breaking the Male Code,” which was organized by Vagina Monologues writer Eve Ensler.

“Whether it’s homicidal violence or suicidal violence, people resort to such desperate behavior only when they are feeling shamed and humiliated, or feel that they would be if they didn’t prove they were real men,” psychiatrist James Gilligan, a professor at New York University, says in the The Mask You Live In.

Following the screening, a Vanderbilt professor whose research focuses on race and sports told the audience “I should have hung myself or jumped out a window from my involvement in athletics.” Gilman Whiting, who teaches a class called “Black Masculinity: Social Imagery and Public Policy,” blamed the hypermasculinized sporting culture in the U.S. for the intense pressure he faced.

Being a woman is more predictable than being a man because men constantly have to be ready to “prove it,” Whiting said. The film isn’t without critics: A female gender-equity author said it’s “sensationaliz[ing] the issue being discussed” by taking statistics out of context and making several “alarmist” statements.

Paging Woody Allen

On the panel “Maintaining Bro Status,” Interfraternity Council Vice President Jay Reynolds told the audience they should all get therapy so they can better understand their own minds.

Reynolds added that he sees unhealthy masculinity in some form daily, but he didn’t elaborate on what that entails. Jon Zacharias, a member of Vanderbilt’s Liaisons Educating & Advocating for Psychological Support, said students can see “unhealthy masculinities” in almost any social environment on a Friday or Saturday.

Bill Savage, IFC vice president of recruitment, said he hates the term “man up” or a phrase he claims is closely related, “don’t be a pussy.” In contrast to stereotypes, “being emotional is manly in my opinion,” Savage said. The other two events were “Masc 4 Masc: Policing masculinity in the gay and bi communities” and “Masculinity XXL? The portrayal of manhood in ‘Magic Mike.’”

‘Thumb-sucking little beta males in skinny jeans’ 

This is the second consecutive year Vanderbilt has hosted a discussion about masculinity. The Center for Medicine, Health, and Society hosted “The Politics of Masculinity” last year.

Rory Dicker, the director of the Women’s Center, told The College Fix by email that it hosted the week to “further the conversations” in response to Katz’s “provocative ideas” about masculinity.

But this year’s masculinity series was roundly mocked in national news outlets in the week leading up to the observance, including by a panel of four women and one man on the Fox News show Outnumbered. Host Andrea Tantaros claimed the organizers were trying to “demasculinize men” and turn them into “thumb-sucking little beta males in skinny jeans.”

Asked about the Fox News pundits’ criticisms, Vanderbilt’s Dicker said they “missed the fact that … there are many ways to be masculine, but American society pressures boys and men to adopt” the version that prioritizes “being competitive, stoic and aggressive, for example.” Boys and men should also be taught that “emotional vulnerability, cooperation, and sensitivity are valuable human traits,” Dicker said.

6 Comments on Enemies Fear the Message of Power Through Discipline

  1. Another good reason not to send your kids to these marxist indoctrination centers. Vanderbilt I supposed to be a top university. Now it’s just too in turning your son into a faggot.


  2. “That message and similar ones were conveyed recently to students during Vanderbilt University’s “Healthy Masculinities Week,” organized by the Women’s Center”.

    So healthy masculinity is now taught by women? WTF do women know about masculinity, other than how to shit test to see if a Man has a set of balls?

    Some days I dream of an epic collapse, and an enormous population of women with absolutely ZERO clue on what it takes to survive in the new and chaotic environment. I honestly think it will take a massive upheaval for anything to get back to a state of normalcy.


  3. These colleges are complete shit, nothing but debt factories, that destroy minds and sent lost immature young people out into this rough world with no skills and no knowledge. White man, you best keep your children far away from these prisons. Don’t fall for the con job!


  4. “The three most destructive words that every man receives when he’s a boy is when he’s told to ‘be a man,’” – Are you starting to understand when I say our biggest enemy back when, were other whites. Now, sadly it is being pushed to calling our young white warriors (growing in numbers at the moment) terrorists.

    I can not even begin to describe the seething unadulterated hatred and disgust I have for these misfits.
    I am not a prognosticator, but I sure can spot the bleeders in the herd. It sure seems to me that the era of cuckolds and betas are nearing the edge of a cliff.
    Stay confident,strong, fit, proud, be a good influence and role model to your family, friends and most of all to the younger upcoming impressionable future warriors.

    It’s NOT muscles that scare them, it’s your ” Power Through Discipline”.
    P.S. never feel shy about flaunting it, that flaunt alone will push alot of the garbage off that cliff.


  5. No Rich you’re wrong, we need to:

    – Write another book about the Joo Conspiracy.

    – Put out another radio show and YouTube video on the Joo Conspiracy.

    – Be polite, passive, forgiving, and mild tempered when dealing with our enemies.

    – And don’t ever talk about weak white men that put us into this position.

    – And definitely don’t tell young white men to get jacked and become warriors.


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