The capability to apply violence is one of the foundations of masculinity. Masculinity innately involves dominance and power, both are related to, and induced by, testosterone. Power emanates from capability for violence (in its various forms). When you ask ‘why’ (about anything) enough times you will reach nihilism. Similarly, when you question the origins of power enough times you will reach to the muzzle of somebody’s gun.
The authority of the state regarding its land and resources is, in practice, enforced by its army, not by made-up morals or by biblical justifications. The authority of every boss you that ever made you miserable came from violence, and was enforced indirectly by police, not moral values. The authority of feminism over men today, the fact that modern women allow themselves to threaten men, giggle to the destruction of masculinity, and separate them from their wealth and children, similarly comes from their capability of violence, happily provided by mentally enslaved (usually) male drones wearing ridiculous police/army costumes.
When a thug, who is commonly a fatherless boy of the feminist-created single-mother welfare matriarchy, turns violent he rebels against his police-enforced position in the hierarchy. By yielding the muzzle himself, the thug can be powerful for few brief moments and create fear, the most honest form of respect, within his superiors. The personal capability for violence represents an ability to cheat the organized violence by feminism/politics/police and immediately achieve power.
As a Patriarch you must have the ability to apply violence yourself, even if you will, hopefully, never need to use it. Having this virtue changes the dynamics of relationships, and moisten vaginas. Women, with accordance to their biological agendas, which is manifested in their masochistic sexuality, are drawn to men that have the capability to hurt them (by themselves or by proxy) and sexually despise the weaker controllable males.
Remember, like it or not, inside every man there is an ancient ruthless killer. Explore and master this part in you, don’t suppress it or fear it, control it and be in peace with it. The killer is a crucial part of your sexuality.
(I. This post was re-edited after publication. II. For the new reader, here is a link to the latest draft (pdf, 16/Jun/2012) of the Guide for a Young Patriarch which is based on the posts made in this blog and attempts to organize them into a consistent message.)