The Deconstruction of Marriage

Sultan Knish writes:

Gay marriage is not about men marrying men or women marrying women, it is about the deconstruction of marriage between men and women — via The Deconstruction of Marriage.

All activities of the left are about the deconstruction of the foundations of Western Civilization: religion, marriage and family, value of productive work, national values.  Gays are just the latest lever applied for that purpose.

A Reader took the red pill, so for him the end of the concept of marriage came from no-fault divorce, family court biases, and domestic violence legislation that assumes the husband guilty by default. In A Reader’s opinion, since marriage is already a meaningless institution, if gays want to get married and invite the state into their private relationship, exposing themselves to divorce law, family court, and domestic violence legislation, that’s their horrible mistake to make. The more people go through that particular meat grinder, the more people will take the red pill.

Later in the same piece:

There are two ways to destroy a thing. You can either run it at while swinging a hammer with both hands or you can attack its structure until it no longer means anything. […]

The question on the table is whether the institutions that give us meaning will be allowed to retain that meaning. And that question is a matter of survival. Societies cannot survive without definitions. Peoples do not go on existing through the act of occupying space. The deconstruction of identity is also the destruction of identity.



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