Skip to comments.Women's Issues Hiding Humanity's Problem
Posted on 03/20/2014 6:20:40 PM PDT by Sioux-san
You may have missed it, but March 8 was International Womens Day, a holiday unconnected to a religious rite or person, and with no national or even seasonal significance. It is socialist in origin, and it was Lenin himself who made it an official holiday in the Soviet Union. Not surprisingly, it is now a rite of the United Nations.
In these origins lie the days basic fallacy: that womanhood is an international global political state of being; that there is a universal female political condition that urges, a la Marx, Women of the world, unite! Against what? The common foe men.
As with Marxism itself, for such a sisterhood to coalesce, even on paper or in elite committees and multinational organizations, the profound cultural and religious differences that shape and guide peoples lives have to be minimized, denied or actually destroyed. In real life, however, culture and religion will out, as they did on this years International Womens Day.
In post-U.S. Iraq, Reuters reported on the International Womens Day activities of about two dozen women a brave handful who demonstrated in Baghdad against new, Shariah-based legislation now before Iraqs parliament. Known as the Jaafari Law after an early Shiite imam, the legislation would allow Iraqs Shiite Islamic clergy to control marriage, divorce and inheritance. Among other things, this would permit marriage between a man and a 9-year-old girl, according to the marital example of Islams prophet Muhammad....
...Guess who has approved of this child-rape legislation some den of social outcasts? No, the ministers of Iraqs cabinet. They preside, of course, over a government created in large measure by great expenditures of U.S. blood and treasure. The draft law now awaits a parliamentary vote...
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When is International Transgender Day?
International Transgender Day: March 31st - has been celebrated since 2009... who knew?
As a woman of advanced years, not once in my life have I been put upon because I was a woman.
There is only one thing I can not do and that is being a sperm donor.
Women who feel put upon are all liberal.
Don’t know if you are any more advanced in age than I am, but I agree with everything you said.
Love your history lesson on your profile.
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