Skip to comments.America is waking up to the farce that is feminism.....
Posted on 01/30/2018 8:35:01 AM PST by caww
(Now that) President Trumps refusal to call himself a feminist. I have high hopes that America is waking up to the farce that is feminism. For the first time in decades, if not ever, [feminisms] tenets are being publicly challenged, writes Corey Schink for Sign fo the Times.
It is long overdue, for we can now expose feminism for what it is: a war on men, on children, and on family.
Feminism is not concerned with the needs of boys and men, nor is it concerned with the needs of children. In fact, feminism serves no purpose today that's why it has lost its mooring..... There's nothing left to fight for. It is simply a home for haters, a home for radicals, a home for those who believe that men are oppressors and that America is a terrible place to live.
But Trump doesn't believe this. Neither does the majority of Americans. And those who are on the fence, those who are prone to think feminism is about equality, are beginning to see the truth. The caliber of the Women's March was the first tip-off, and the excesses of #Metoo will close the deal.
It's about time.
(Excerpt) Read more at washingtonexaminer.com ...
Feminism is a war on men, a war on fatherhood, and a war on babies.
And a war on Western civilization.
Alinsky with a pussy hat.
Tell me how this differs - at all - from the Democrat Party as a whole.
The only thing I see that Feminism has done is to FORCE women into the workplace. Used to be the man of the house worked and for women it was optional. Not anymore.
Don’t you think you should tell that to the women first?
Feminism = Lesbianism All coated in Leftism.
Abolition of the family! Even the most radical flare up at this infamous proposal of the communists.This is what feminism is truly about, indeed. The resurgence of the Second World at the expense of the First.
Manifesto, chapter 2
Women in the USSR are accorded equal rights with men in all spheres of economic, state, cultural, social and political life. The possibility of exercising these rights is ensured to women by granting them an equal right with men to work, payment for work, rest and leisure, social insurance and education, and by state protection of the interests of mother and child, pre-maternity and maternity leave with full pay, and the provision of a wide network of maternity homes, nurseries and kindergartens.
1936 Soviet constitution, Article 122
Women and men have equal rights in the USSR. Exercise of these rights is ensured by according women equal access with men to education and vocational and professional training, equal opportunities in employment, remuneration, and promotion, and in social and political, and cultural activity, and by special labor and health protection measures for women; by providing conditions enabling mothers to work; by legal protection, and material and moral support for mothers and children, including paid leaves and other benefits for expectant mothers and mothers, and gradual reduction of working time for mothers with small children.
1977 Soviet constitution, Article 35
Women in the Peoples Republic of China enjoy equal rights with men in all spheres of life, political, economic, cultural and social, and family life. The state protects the rights and interests of women, applies the principle of equal pay for equal work for men and women alike and trains and selects cadres from among women.
PRC constitution, Article 48
It’s just another one of those whining victim groups that should get a life and stop blaming its problems on those evil ‘oppressors’.
Yeah, but so many of them have been brainwashed.
So far we havent had one female on the SCOTUS beholden to true conservative values. Sandra Day OConnor took a left turn too.
Yep, re-education and deprogramming will take a generation. For both women/girls and men/boys. The truth is out there, and the MSM and pubic education are losing their abilities to hide it. Thank God. MAGA!
See my tagline.
Feminism is the same as racism. A money and power making industry for those who’d play identity politics for personal gain.
Once, in America, a United States Chaplain of the Senate, Dr. Peter Marshall, presented a radically uplifting and complimentary view of the role of women in a free society.
In a book entitled, Mr. Jones, Meet the Master, there appears a sermon called, The Keepers of the Springs, by Dr. Peter Marshall, a former highly-respected chaplain of the U.S. Senate.
Today, we read frequent news stories about female sexual predators who abuse their positions of trust as teachers in Americas public schools by using the children entrusted to them for their own selfish ends. Some of them are, themselves, mothers.
For centuries, societies have recognized the important role of women, especially as mothers, in instilling and training the minds and hearts of their young for citizenship and service.
Could the following excerpt from Dr. Marshalls sermon help us focus on the seriousness of what has happened in recent decades and of its potential impact on future generations?
Once upon a time, a certain town grew up at the foot
of a mountain range. It was sheltered in the lee of the
protecting heights, so that the wind that shuddered at the
doors and flung handfuls of sleet against the window panes
was a wind whose fury was spent.
High up in the hills, a strange and quiet forest dweller took it
upon himself to be the Keeper of the Springs.
He patrolled the hills and wherever he found a spring, he
cleaned its brown pool of silt and fallen leaves, of mud and
mold and took away from the spring all foreign matter, so that
the water which bubbled up through the sand ran down clean
and cold and pure.
It leaped sparkling over rocks and dropped joyously in crystal
cascades until, swollen by other streams, it became a river of
life to the busy town.
Millwheels were whirled by its rush.
Gardens were refreshed by its waters.
Fountains threw it like diamonds into the air.
Swans sailed on its limpid surface
and children laughed as they played on its banks in the
But the City Council was a group of hardheaded, hard-boiled
business men. They scanned the civic budget and found in it
the salary of a Keeper of the Springs.
Said the Keeper of the Purse: Why should we pay this romance
ranger? We never see him; he is not necessary to our
town’s work life. If we build a reservoir just above the town,
we can dispense with his services and save his salary.
Therefore, the City Council voted to dispense with the un-
necessary cost of a Keeper of the Springs, and to build a
So the Keeper of the Springs no longer visited the brown pools
but watched from the heights while they built the reservoir.
When it was finished, it soon filled up with water, to be sure,
but the water did not seem to be the same.
It did not seem to be as clean, and a green scum soon befouled
its stagnant surface.
There were constant troubles with the delicate machinery
of the mills, for it was often clogged with slime, and the
swans found another home above the town.
At last, an epidemic raged, and the clammy, yellow fingers of
sickness reached into every home in every street and lane.
The City Council met again. Sorrowfully, it faced the city’s plight, and frankly it acknowledged the mistake of the dismissal of the Keeper of the Springs.
They sought him out in his hermit hut high in the hills, and
begged him to return to his former joyous labor.
Gladly he agreed, and began once more to make his rounds.
It was not long until pure water came lilting down under
tunnels of ferns and mosses and to sparkle in the cleansed
Millwheels turned again as of old.
and convalescent children playing in the sun laughed again
because the swans had come back.
Do not think me fanciful
or too extravagant in my language
when I say that I think women, and particularly of our
mothers, as Keepers of the Springs. The phrase, while poetic,
is true and descriptive.
We feel its warmth ...
its softening influence ...
and however forgetful we have been ...
however much we have taken for granted life’s precious
gifts we are conscious of wistful memories that surge out of
the past —
poignant fragrances of love.
Nothing that has been said
nothing that could be said
or that ever will be said,
would be eloquent enough, expressive enough, or adequate to
make articulate that peculiar emotion we feel to our mothers.
So I shall make my tribute a plea for Keepers of the Springs,
who will be faithful to their tasks.
There never has been a time when there was a greater need
for Keepers of the Springs,
or when there were more polluted springs to be cleansed.
If the home fails, the country is doomed. The breakdown of
home life and influence will mark the breakdown of the
If the Keepers of the Springs desert their posts or are un-
faithful to their responsibilities the future outlook of this
country is black indeed.
This generation needs Keepers of the Springs who will be cou-
rageous enough to cleanse the springs that have been polluted.
It’s not an easy task — nor is it a popular one, but it must be
done for the sake of the children, and the young women of
today must do it. - From, “The Keepers of the Springs,” Dr. Peter Marshall
Breath of fresh air ...
There’s a glass ceiling in their heads.
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