Tuesday, May 1, 2018

Broken chaotic fathering of tribalistic polygamy

The ruling class elites of polygamy take all available young women, thus creating the need to rid themselves of excess low status throwaway males

Osama bin Laden’s billionaire elite father fathered a total of 54 children by 22 wives (21 throwaway castoff males just by this one person plus 18 abandoned women). Mohammed bin Laden never had more than four wives at a time—throwing out his older wives and marrying new younger ones as desired to limit the number of current wives to four. Mohammed was planning to wed a 23rd wife the night he died, and was heading there when his company plane crashed in southwest Saudi Arabia. Mohammed bin Laden was said to have so many children he hardly knew their names.
Mohammed bin Laden was assuredly an absentee, uninvolved, fractured father who undoubtedly had a long line of uninvolved fractured fathers in his ancestral history.
Broken chaotic fathering of tribalistic polygamy, children raised by isolated, abandoned, subjugated, traumatized women assuredly gave rise to the atrocity of 9/11.
The 9/11 terrorist act was not about poverty or lack of money, because Osama's father was rich.
The poverty was in the fathering.
The nihilistic, immature fight to the death for sex by polygynous cultures causes terrorism, gang warfare, inner city street violence and worldwide poverty. 
The ruling class elites of polygamy need to continually throw out the throwaway young males, the "lost boys" of all forms of tribalistic polygamy so the old bull elites have all the young girls for themselves.
 The absence of a mature, nurturing, involved exceptionalist father leads immature "lost boys" to nihilistic depravities of organized terrorism, gangs, sexual slavery, and mindless violence.

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