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Bring Back the Privilege of Getting Punched in The Face By Allen Stevo

Let’s face it, American society is weak. And the generations being raised up are the weakest of all. So many individuals, walking through the day, looking around at the culture, cannot come up with a reason for the culture to continue to exist.

So many just want to get through the day and go back to their Netflix, or video games, or smut. They may also be eager to get back to their kitchen to fill themselves with the only things they know about cultures full of individuals that have a will to perpetuate their own culture – food.

Tzatziki is what they know of the Greeks; humus is what they know of the Arabs.

Those people will kill and die for their language and culture. They will rape and pillage for their language and culture. Yes, I said rape – it is one of the most common methods of genetic spreading over the history of human civilization.

Many Americans, like the late Romans, have little will to perpetuate the culture around them. Romans had lead in their water – a sin in the United States. The lead made their culture heavy, docile, disinterested in even reproducing some historians believe. What is the excuse for Americans?

I am not sure how much chemicals are to blame and how much empire was to blame. There is a necessary decline in morality that seems to come with empire. But in terms of chemicals, the Americans have Rome beat – fluoride in the drinking water, who knows what in the shots being administered to everyone now several times a year from childhood onward, Round Up in everything, DDT and PCBs remain in everyone’s fat cells, plastic micro particles are now an indelible part of your body. That is just the tip of the iceberg, and lead in the water is the bigger concern we are assured.

A part of the potent psychological battle is to distract with frivolity, while winning massive victories in areas that matter.

Chemicals disable the individual. Empire degrades morality. Unsound money makes a population look at its slavery and smile – thereby the term “slave money.” Never expect any of that to be dealt with clearly in the nightly news.

It is all meant to lull everyone into complacency. From cradle to grave, it is all meant to lull everyone into complacency. There is an inconvenient detail of childhood that makes that lulling nearly impossible for some.

In the midst of all of that lulling, there is nothing as eye-opening as getting punched in the face. Get punched in the face too much and you end up with the shakes like the late Mohammed Ali, get punched in the face growing up by another kid and the world looks unmistakably different from that point forward.

It is good for kids to fight – especially little boys. It is good to figure out those mechanics, to take a punch and to roll with it, and give a punch and to keep going. It is good for kids to let that out and to do as little boys often do – to go back to playing football the next day with each other like the fight never happened. Or more commonly today – to go back to playing the effeminized version of American football – soccer. Feel free to imagine a vomit emoji inserted here.

As two kids are having a fight, the natural thing for a mother to do is to run over and ride to the rescue. This is natural. This is fine. This is also one reason why helicopter parenting is bad. At some point, kids must be allowed to go roam the streets without mom’s oversight. But worse than the helicopter parenting, is the all-encompassing 24/7 inescapable “helicopter parenting” of the feminized era in which we live.

The masculine is practically non-existent. The best you can find is hurt boys in positions of power dressed up like a man. Has anyone seen Justin Trudeau give a press conference lately?

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RTWT AT The Privilege of Getting Punched in The Face

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  • John A. Fleming February 22, 2022, 8:13 PM

    I am involved with the Boy Scouts. We try to help our Scouts make the transition from boys to young men. On our Scouting activities, we emphasize that we all should treat each other as friends with loyalty, courtesy, kindness, trust.

    Well, boys like to tussle. I can tell when the tussling becomes less than friendly. I tell them they can do that at home, but not when they are on Scout activities and not when they are wearing our uniform. I tell them that boys tussling is ok as long as it’s friendly, but when men fight, the potential for violence and injury is unlimited. So tussle now, because they can’t later, and they need to understand where the crossover line is.

    I encourage them to participate in competitions we organize amongst ourselves. There will be real winners and losers. It’s my job to keep them safe and friendly, everybody should be still smiling afterwards from the thrill. There’s a fine line between the agony of defeat, and permanent hurt feelings and forever afterwards animosity. There are sometimes cuts and bruises, it’s their nature to push the boundaries of what they are capable of controlling.

    Sometimes, the Scouts will fight, somebody gets punched for real. It happened to me when I was a Scout, and I didn’t like it at the time not one bit, but I learned from it. Usually I hear about it later, they’re careful to keep it out of my sight. Punches happen, it’s a mistake, don’t do it again or the Scout is out. They try to work it out amongst themselves so I don’t find out. But later, some Scout lets the secret slip.

    Well. Face punches, giving and receiving, are not a Scout skill. There doesn’t seem to be many methods available to our boys and families in this safetyism-centric age to learn this important life skill. Outside of football and basketball, where the problem with those is only the elite physical talents get any playing time, and the scrubs on the team are just the washington generals during scrimmages.

  • Terry February 22, 2022, 8:43 PM

    I’ve been punched in the face many times. I come from a family of boxers. Grew up with boxing gloves, punching bags, special bandages for holding broken noses back in place after being punched out of place.

    Received a broken jaw from a sucker punch thrown by a hoodlum behind me at a county fair. I’ve had ribs broken, hand broken, and non stop bloody nose many times.

    Broken jaw required my mouth be wired shut for eight weeks. I was still able to kiss my girl friend, so that was not such a bad ordeal. My grandmother ground up beef steaks in a blender and I ate that delicious meal through a straw. It doesn’t sound appetizing but it sure tasted good at the time.

    I taught my two son’s to box. The youngest was a champion wrestler in high school. My grandson is a wimpy non boxer. Ruined by the gov school system. He can ride a dirt bike and win races, but boxing is not his piece of cake.

    I couldn’t box my way out of a wet paper bag now.

  • Mark February 22, 2022, 9:13 PM

    Thinking about my boys, I wanted them to grow up above the street fighter I was; no fun going to the in-laws Christmas dinner with blackeyes and a cut lip…
    Still a chance to teach them about “shark eyes”. Useful in the street and in business!
    Now my daughter…a whole ‘nother story!

    • gwbnyc February 23, 2022, 1:51 PM

      knowing the basics of high school wrestling is good practice to defend oneself. too, in a scrap, the results can be enhanced because fighting dirty is allowed.

      take a guy down and ya got ‘im.

  • ghostsniper February 23, 2022, 4:27 AM

    After you’ve been punched in the face you see the world from a different perspective. A perspective that cannot be gained in any other way.

    People that have not been punched in the face are terribly handicapped, in ways they cannot even comprehend.

    Fear is the most powerful emotion and as with all emotions must be controlled to be of benefit and control can only come through experience.

    It’s probably best to get the “punched in the face” thing under your belt early on so you can start using that learning experience to your benefit.

    The first time I got PITF I was 12 and it changed me. The 2nd time I was involved with a PITF scenario, about a year later, it was me doing the punching and I knocked the mf out.

    Fortunately by the time I was about 25 I got all that stuff worked out, where my intellectual self over powered my physical self, and I learned to look several steps ahead and avoid all that PITF stuff.

    Today I am too old for all that PITF business and if it some how finds me the 9mm PITF I carry will do the talking.

    • Mike Austin February 23, 2022, 6:08 AM

      My experience pretty much shadows yours, Ghost. I was 12. It was a Saturday at the park across from my house. Many adults and kids were there for the Little League games. Another 12 year old, a big stupid boy named Bobby, decided to bully me. I still remember his voice: “Wanna fight?” He said that in front of a bunch of other kids. You know the rules. There was no way I could refuse, for I would be called a “chicken” and nobody could ever live that down. As Bobby and I squared off, I was so scared that when Bobby came at me, all I could do was close my eyes and throw a wild punch. It connected, to my surprise and to Bobby’s. Now fearless, when Bobby came at me twice more, twice more I smashed his face. He left the park crying and bleeding.

      After a few more fights—none provoked by me—my last was at 19 in the USAF. I got sucker punched and saw stars. The next thing I knew, the guy who punched me was unconscious and lying on the ground in a pool of his own blood. I had no idea what had happened. It was and still is a blank. What I do remember is that punch in the face removed all pain and all fear.

      Since then all has been more or less peaceful. I like it that way. At 68 there is no way I can fight off much of anyone, to say nothing of a bunch of joggers. My constant companions are either Ruger, or Smith and Wesson, all carried openly. Call them “preventive deterrence”.

      I spent 15 years in the classroom here in Oklahoma City. There were several fights every year in the school and on the field. Nobody was hurt but lessons were learned. I was and am surprised when I talk to someone 20 or younger who has neither taken nor thrown a punch in his life. Seems a bit sissified. I always encouraged my male students to take up boxing—yeah, boxing. None of that faggy Bruce Lee Kung Pao Chicken-shit fighting—and find a gym that is owned by a black guy or a Mexican.

      If our current generation of fem-boys never learn the laws of physical pain and violence, then maybe they can hire this guy to instruct them.

    • Mike Anderson February 23, 2022, 7:03 AM

      Jeez, I musta gone to some kind of reactionary public school. Our PE coaches actually encouraged dispute resolution with boxing gloves. I went up against a bruiser one week and punched to a draw. Went up a notch with all the other guys for being a stand-up guy.

      • James ONeil February 23, 2022, 11:30 AM

        Schooled in a different age but most disagreements settled after school but on the school grounds,”Hey. John’s gonna fight Joe after school!” assured a large, appreciative audience.

        Still remember my first hit to the face. First grade, so and so & I minor tussling. My older, second grade, cousin Charlie grabs him & says “I’ll hold him, you hit him.” In accord with the wisdom of my Saturday matinee hero, Gene Autry I told him no, I don’t fight that way. Meanwhile so and so using my cousins grip on him lifted both feet and kicked me in the chin. I’m sure there was a great life lesson there, but I never figured out quite what it was. 🙂

      • gwbnyc February 23, 2022, 1:44 PM

        my perennial elementary school principal Mr. Jefferies, also my ten-years-older-than-I
        brother’s, would get out the headgear and gloves and retire to the gymnasium with a pair who weren’t even going to take “yes” for an answer. rather uneventful :))

        occurred maybe twice in six years.

    • James ONeil February 23, 2022, 11:13 AM

      Don’t mess with raggity old men, we just might decide to protect ourselves from 20 feet away.

    • Georgiaboy61 February 23, 2022, 7:43 PM

      Re: “After you’ve been punched in the face you see the world from a different perspective. A perspective that cannot be gained in any other way. People that have not been punched in the face are terribly handicapped, in ways they cannot even comprehend.”

      Twenty-years plus in martial arts, black-belt level – been a student and a teacher. I always tell people, when asked, one of the most important lessons I learned was how to take a punch. Years of playing hockey taught me the same thing. And as painful as they can be, you almost learn more from a good beat-down than you do cleaning someone else’s clock. The important thing, as Teddy Roosevelt said, is that you are in the ring, fighting the good fight.

  • JustMe February 23, 2022, 7:38 AM

    Most punches in the face, regardless of age, are perpetrated by bullies against someone vulnerable. They are not the fair fights we envision or the just results of karma. They are simply brute force by the stronger against the weak.

  • gwbnyc February 23, 2022, 9:44 AM

    my gravestone-

  • FLSTF February 23, 2022, 10:41 AM

    Mike Tyson is nothing more than an egotistic, gap-toothed, ear-eating, unintelligent savage, who is as worthless as his words. A mere punch in the face cannot ruin a person’s “plans” unless the person never had a proper plan in the 1st place.
    And if a punch in the face is all it takes to drop you, you’d better come up with a real strong Plan B.

    For those that aren’t in good physical shape or are in their elder years, carrying a gun has an advantage, but you can’t carry it everywhere, it holds a limited amount of ammo, and (unfortunately) usually needs some type of permit.

    A neighbor of mine in his 70’s has limited mobility so I fixed him up with a solid aluminum cane and taught him how to use it like a short staff, and he’s gotten good with it. There are other alternatives, such as the umbrella I gave my Aunt (it contains a 28″ sword) or one of those “zapper” canes that delivers a gazillion volts of pain.

    Of course, the best plan involves regular strength training and sparring– you’ll learn to dodge, deflect, or block a punch, while getting a great cardio session.

    • gwbnyc February 23, 2022, 12:30 PM

      High Volume Pepper Gel Kit
      Mace All Day Safety Kit
      throw a stungun in why don’tcha

    • DWEEZIL THE WEASEL February 23, 2022, 5:04 PM

      “Officer! Thank God you got here! This man (woman, binary, she-he, etc.) was trying to kill me! I will be happy to cooperate as soon as I talk to my attorney.” Then, you STFU!!!! Fighting is what children do. Killing is what adults do. (H/T to Charley Reese). TPTB want us all dead or in chains. Especially if you are white, hetero, over 40, Christian, and work for a living. Plan accordingly. Bleib ubrig.

    • Mike Austin February 24, 2022, 7:41 AM

      I never understood the admiration for Tyson. He was nothing more than a crude machine purposively built to smash to pulp other human beings. His entire existence was soaked in criminality and violence; by 13 he had already been arrested 38 times. He was fond of mugging old ladies and robbery. He was convicted of rape and deviant sexual conduct in 1991. In 1997 Tyson was convicted of felony drug possession. His face today resembles exactly what he is: a demon from the other side.

      Three thousand years ago he would have been a stand-in for Goliath. In Rome 2000 years ago he would have been a gladiator. One thousand years later he would have been an executioner. Five hundred years later Tyson would have been a circus act—which he still is.

  • El Polacko February 23, 2022, 11:11 AM

    As long as we’re on the subject of getting punched in the face, can someone get ahold of whoever is leading this US version of the Canuk Truckers rebellion and tell these guys not to drive into Washington DC under current circumstances?

    The razor topped fencing is already going up around the Capital & Fed buildings, the Sec Def is calling for more National Guardsmen to be deployed, the astro turfed false fag operation calling itself Patriot Front is getting their matching khakis, white shirts and facemasks pressed, and the real truckers will be outnumbered by plain clothes Feds ready to put on a phony rumble, and probably a few random shootings for the cameras.

    The point has been made.

    What the truckers really need to do is park their trucks in their driveaways, pop open a cold one and take a couple weeks off, and just wait.

    Pull a Putin and call their bluff.

    For those short of funds, the Governments are making it pretty profitable to be indigent.

    Dem run cities like DC & New York will start running out of stuff in about three days.

    • James ONeil February 23, 2022, 11:42 AM

      Quite agree, or take the long routes delivering to NYC, D.C., etc. Follow the rules religiously; required by law to take a 30 minute break within every 11 hours driving? 50 feet from the dropoff bay, oops, break time, I’ll be there in a bit.

      On the other hand, our beloved leaders’ plans for dealing with truckers in D. C.; just might result in the backfire that’s heard around the world.

      • gwbnyc February 23, 2022, 12:44 PM

        another happy horse shit hyperbolic wokegov hoedown powered by pelosi dry birth canal estrowent hiney grapes.

        …aint the first I time seen it.

  • enn ess February 23, 2022, 11:14 AM

    Oh Hell, thats a easy one, really short book, one page one word; people that I would like to punch in the face outside of the single handful of friends. – EVERYONE!

  • Quent February 23, 2022, 12:46 PM

    The root cause of all of this is equalitarianism. We are exhausted from the multi-generational, all encompassing game of “let’s pretend,’ that we are forced to play. The midwits who comprise the ruling class no longer recognize that it’s a game.

  • PA Cat February 23, 2022, 1:59 PM

    Has anyone seen Justin Trudeau give a press conference lately?

    Hey, Maggie’s bastard spawn just revoked the Emergencies Act ahead of the Senate vote:

    Opinions are divided as to whether the runs on Canadian banks, resistance in the Senate, or Biden’s foot-dragging about the Ukraine crisis triggered Brave Sir Robin’s volte-face.

    • Dirk February 23, 2022, 3:50 PM

      Just me, speaks the absolute truth.

  • Simmerjet February 23, 2022, 5:38 PM

    Everyone over the age of 50 agrees with this, and everyone over the age of 50 has spoken about it. Its pointing out the obvious. Kids are pussies.. I work with a bunch of them, Hell, My own boss who is in his 30’s has the hood up on a company truck with a dead battery and he is so pussifyed , that he refuses to replace it, says ” Electricity scares me “{Insert eye roll here}… I work with another pussy who cant figure out how to replace windshield wipers. says ” usually they do it for you at Autozone” I’ll bet both were raised in a single mother home.

    • ghostsniper February 24, 2022, 6:34 AM

      Are you fukkin em?
      Why would someone spend time around pussy’s if they ain’t fukkin em?

      • Lets Go Brandon February 24, 2022, 11:21 AM

        You’re asking Simmerjet if he’s having gay sex with effeminate men?
        WTF is wrong with you? Post your sick homosexual fantasies somewhere else.

        “Today I am too old for all that PITF business and if it some how finds me the 9mm PITF I carry will do the talking.”
        Words of a true pussy – blaming your cowardice on your age.

  • julie February 24, 2022, 8:53 AM

    That’s just sad.

    I’m no mechanic, but even I can figure out how to change windshield wipers, change a battery or a tire, and even replace a side mirror. My parents never taught me those things either; it’s amazing what you can do if you just read the simple f**king instructions.

    That said, my kids do see mommy and daddy fixing things around the house, so the idea that simple tasks can and should be done for themselves won’t be a foreign one. Maybe that’s the real issue; this generation has grown up with the mentality that fixing things is Someone Else’s Job.

  • Two Man Bazooka Team February 24, 2022, 11:17 AM

    The dictatorship of the proletariat will be the punch in the face.
    In HS Johnny Jockstrap punched me in the face as hard as he could, he replied Oh Sh1t as I just stood there and then took my turn.