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The War On Men
Men are the backbone of society. They are providers. They help to build the foundation of many of our institutions in society, like the family. A strong family man makes for a strong family. A strong family gives us strong communities and a strong country. Yet, some on the left disagree with this fundamental truth and seek to destroy it. Their ideology is that men are toxic. As a result, their push is to emasculate men at every level from cradle to grave. With so much vitriol against men, the question can easily be asked if there is a war on men?
The hosts of After Dark have discussed this topic on prior shows. In May, Journalist Denise McAllister appeared on the show “Are White Christian Men Being Erased?” She warned that “straight white Christian men are being systemically “erased” and cautioned conservatives of the left’s move to “give rights to identity and feelings.” She challenged conservatives to not give in to the left and its woke culture.” Social media expert, Bebe Diamond, who also appeared earlier this year to discuss “Rebuilding the Black Family Starts With the Black Man” and “The War On America’s Working Class & The Emasculation of Men,” returns to continue the conversation about the war on men.
Bebe Diamond is an advocate for the rebuilding of the black family, as she has seen the devastation of the fatherless generation up close and personal. Her passion for the black family has led her to start a ministry and non-profit aimed at helping the broken black man, whom she says is the cornerstone of the black family. In addition to the ministry, Diamond is the assistant to Barbara From Harlem, a nationally recognized speaker and author who has been dubbed the godmother of the black conservative movement. Diamond wrote the introduction to Barbara From Harlem’s compelling and inspirational memoir “Escaping the Racism of Low Expectations.”
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