Happy New Year to all. "To accentuate the positive, the negative must be exposed." Please help MOJAC by signing a White House petition at this link,
I have proposed a new Federal or White House agency that will focus on helping men and boys with accountability and responsibility called Office on Male Accountability and Responsibility or OMAR.
This newly proposed Federal agency could help schools with security and monitoring by imitating similarly what TSA does at airports. This will put potential school-violent perpetrators on notice that their intentions and violent actions toward others are under scrutiny. We need 150 signatures within a week to be posted on WhiteHouse.gov, and 100,000 by January 31, 2014 to be considered by a White House
Just reflect on the recent murder of a school teacher in Massachusetts, the shootings in Nevada and Colorado more recently, and who can forget the 20 precious children murdered in Newtown, CT last year. All these crimes were perpetrated by members of the masculine gender.
Though truthfully and painfully for some men to hear, women make up the majority of better citizens in our American society. And yet, society has in place, the White House Council of Women and Girls, Womens Studies in universities, Office on Violence against Women at the Justice Department, and the Violence against Women Act in Congress. Why so much attention if women give the criminal justice system the least problems? Police and prosecutors major opposition to law and order are men and boys.
So desperately, the gender that needs the most attention and social help is left free to roam (2.5 million males in America's jails and prisons) with little or no macro (governmental) or micro (family) guidance or regulation. Sagging pants and obtaining guns to take to schools are examples of little or no micro guidance. Damage control must start with us (citizens). Remember, society proceeds individuality.
IF THIS PROPOSED AGENCY MAKES SENSE TO YOU, PLEASE FORWARD THIS EMAIL OR TELL ALL YOUR FRIENDS TO KEEP FORWARDING TO HELP OBTAIN 100,000 SIGNATURES BY JAN. 31, 2014