posted on Nov, 26 2009 @ 09:28 PM
This caught my eye. "Firstly between the sexes - it means that women feel they need to work, and to show themselves in the workplace. This means
more workers for the NWO to tax, and less stable families. Also - when you erode living standards over time - then people don't realize there was
even a time when one income was more than sufficient for a family."
I know that the CIA funded Ms. Magazine, and that TPTB got behind feminism to supposedly increase the tax base by putting more people to work. But,
isn't it possible that women might actually be capable or working? Or might actually WANT to use their talents? I don't know your true feelings on
this, but is SOUNDS as if you believe it is a mistake for women to want to get a job, and this, strikes me as the very definition of inequality. I
mean, more women than men attend college now. Can you imagine how devastating for our future as a nation it would be if we told them all to just go
home at read the Joy of Cooking?
Just because a particular movement gets hijacked by people with alternate interests, that does not mean that the movement was itself wrongheaded.
You spoke of women and physical strength. And that's fine. I get it. If a woman wants to join the fire department, she needs be able to do a lot
of heavy lifting. Lives depend on it. But, if respecting INDIVIDUAL differences is what you say is important, why categorize based on such a general
attribute? Why even bring up gender at all, if you say you value INDIVIDUAL capabilities? Why not let women apply for the job like everybody else,
and let those who can, do? I wouldn't change the physical standards for women given the life and death nature of fire fighting, but...
Well, I'll stop there, so you can clarify how you feel about this. I don't want to unfairly peg you. I was just a little taken aback. My wife is
a highly capable behavioral therapist, and many lives would be the worse if not for her incredible efforts. Wouldn't it be a tragedy to make her say
home and cook me dinner instead?
But, I'm open to being corrected.
[edit on 26-11-2009 by TrueTruth]