Actually not. Many women in third world countries, Eastern European countries, and Arab countries have responded quite warmly to conversations about conventional families. Many are afraid to take on the feminists, and are waiting for someone to say something.
Richard Wilkins who is an international law professor at Brigham Young University had an extremely interesting experience at the Instanbul UN conference on families. Several of the amendments the feminists wanted passed were well on their way to the final vote. Things were being orchestrated from the White House to international leaders. The feminists are dictators they stacked the deck on the final day of speeches, 10 out of 10 were vetted by them, and had the message they wanted. Some way, Wilkins became one of the speakers that day. His speech was so powerful in favor of the family that the 'resolutions' that were going to be so detrimental towards families were voted down. He had many delegates come up to him afterwards and say that they were waiting for someone ELSE to say something. They were too afraid to say anything on their own.
posted on 03/11/2004 7:44:47 PM PST
by Utah Girl
To: Utah Girl
I hate to remain skeptical but I'll believe it when I see it. Society continues to slide towards permissiveness. This isn't meant to sound pessimistic but realistic. This happened to Israel time and again and many other societies throughout history. And with Israel's case there where many prophets time and again warning them to no avail. I don't see anything that has changed.
posted on 03/12/2004 4:16:28 AM PST
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