Miscellany:Larson for Congress/Press releases/2018.04.11-20

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Nathan Larson remarks, "People say that without no-fault divorce, there would be endless fighting between spouses; but the reality is that if you punch her in the face hard enough, she'll probably stop fighting."[edit]

14 April 2018 — Catlett, Virginia — Neoreactionary libertarian congressional candidate Nathan Larson remarked today, "People say that without no-fault divorce, there would be endless fighting between spouses; but the reality is that if you punch her in the face hard enough, she'll probably stop fighting."

Nathan Larson remarks, "In some ways, Latinos have better family values than whites"[edit]

13 April 2018 — Catlett, Virginia — Neoreactionary libertarian congressional candidate Nathan Larson remarked today, "In some ways, Latinos have better family values than whites.

"The American Renaissance article 'The Myth of Hispanic Family Values' says, 'Hispanic girls under age 14 give birth at a rate more than four times the white rate. Child-bearing as young as this is nearly always a prelude to disaster. When it comes to births to girl ages 15 to 17, Hispanics, at three times the white rate, are even more fertile than blacks (left).'

"Producing lots of kids at a young age is a good family value, because it perpetuates the family line. If we allowed early marriage, particularly of young girls to capable providers, it would help assure the stability of those families.

"Guatemala also has, or used to have, good family values, as noted by the Reuters article, 'Fathers rape with impunity, fuelling Guatemala's teen pregnancies: rights group'. The article noted that nearly a quarter of all births in Guatemala were among teenage mothers and that this was fueled by the country's high prevalence of child marriage, where girls could marry at 14 with their parent's consent. If anything, the rate should've been higher.

"The article also noted, 'In 2012, nearly 90 percent of all pregnancies among Guatemalan girls under 14 involved relatives, including cousins and uncles, of which 30 percent were the result of rape by fathers' and that 'According to a 2009 law, sex with a child under 14 is defined as rape, but of the 2,000 reported cases of under-14s getting pregnant in 2012, only eight resulted in convictions'. It's good that the right of fathers to have sex with their daughters was being upheld."

Nathan Larson remarks, "There's no reason for us to go to war in Syria, unless we're actually going to conquer it and take their resources, including their women"[edit]

13 April 2018 — Catlett, Virginia — Neoreactionary libertarian congressional candidate Nathan Larson remarked today, "There's no reason for us to go to war in Syria, unless we're actually going to conquer it and take their resources, including their women. But it looks like that's not going to happen, so we may as well stay out.

"Attacking Syria sets a precedent that we’re going to intervene whenever anyone uses chemical weapons. Otherwise, they’ll say, “You intervened in Syria; why not in x?” and we’ll get dragged into more wars for the sake of trying to seem consistent rather than hypocritical. There’s no real reason, though, to make a big deal about chemical weapons when Russia is allowed to use barrel bombs.

"It’s good to establish a policy of non-intervention in situations where taking action isn’t in our national interest. The only reason for America to care what happens in the middle east is for the sake of keeping Israel secure. If the U.S. ignores what goes on in that region (except when our interests are threatened), that’s a way of saying we don’t care about Israel, which is the right message to send.

"Working to keep Trump from starting a war over there, then, helps send the right message. It tells the world that we’re not just gonna jump whenever the Jews say jump."

Nathan Larson remarks, "The Pladl family's demise could have been avoided if incest had been legal"[edit]

13 April 2018 — Catlett, Virginia — Neoreactionary libertarian congressional candidate Nathan Larson remarked today, "The Pladl family's demise could have been avoided if incest had been legal.

"It's also unfortunate that Steven Pladl's senior wife decided to get revenge by calling the cops. Pladl, his wives, and his kids probably all could have lived together if she had been willing to accept the arrangement."