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STRONG FATHERS ARE NOT MEAN FATHERS; WEAK MEN RULE THE WEST AND ARE PSYCHOTIC WARMONGERS – #735

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In this personal message, Savage shares stories about his own experiences with his father and the concept of strong leadership. He reflects on Father’s Day and recalls a time when his father took him to a dangerous waterfall and how the incident impacted him as a young boy. He reflects upon how his own upbringing shaped his approach to fatherhood. He then contrasts the differences between strong and weak leaders, using Napoleon Bonaparte as an example, and criticizes liberal warmongers for their constant pursuit of war. He compares modern-day leaders, such as Ukraine’s Volodymyr Zelensky, to Napoleon, suggesting they are weak and trying to prove their strength through war. He blasts Biden, Macron, and other Western leaders for their inability to seek peace. He explains that strong fathers are not mean but rather individuals who work hard to provide and instill values in their children.

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