NH: letter from man who burned self

Here are the last words of a man who set himself on fire in front of a New Hampshire court house. Here’s an excerpt:

“Twenty-five years ago, the federal government declared war on men. It is time now to see how committed they are to their cause. It is time, boys, to give them a taste of war.”

You can decide if you want to read the rest, it’s not short.  I can’t claim all the facts are correct, or the statistics sound, but I think it’s worth reading anyone who is this serious.

Long live the Republic,
– Cato, the American.

Graciously linked at WRSA

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4 Responses to “NH: letter from man who burned self”
  1. When you take away everything that matters to a man,
    Don’t be surprised when he acts as if he’s got nothing left to lose.
    — Dedicated_Dad 1996

  2. Read the entire letter in a post on this site: http://www.avoiceformen.com/ I feel the world is a worse place with the loss of such a cogent thinker.

    Gentlemen, we (though a woman and only a mere month or so ‘into’ such Men’s-Matters) need to spend as much time reading just such “Men’s Rights Movement” websites to ‘save’ sons, grandsons, basically any boy/young man in our society’ from the perverted man-hating system we are fully in the midst of.

    RIP, Mr. Ball.

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