I HATE feminism!Submitted by 1controversialchick on Tue, 05/29/2012 - 20:42
The Philosopher posted the following comment on my post dealing with the public school system. I thought it was worth a thread of its own, and it is exactly what I would say on the subject.
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'Womens Liberation' wasn't about freeing women to be able to work or anything else. Women were able to have and maintain jobs before the 1900's, even though, most people don't realize it due to their public education.
Womens Liberation was designed to motivate women to exit the homes, to shed the major responsibility of raising, nurturing and educating the children, to weaken the emotional bonds between child and mother as well as the emotional bonds to the father. We can see this already in our current time; when parents reach an age when they can no longer remain independent, what do the adult children do with them. Does the adult offspring take the elderly parent into their home to care for their parent; no, they stick them in an old age home and very rarely visit.
The system works like this:
The woman gives birth, she has 6 week off of work to look after her child. After the 6 weeks she must return to work, and at which time the child gets a nanny or goes to a daycare facility -where the child spends the majority of his/her waking moments with strangers.
At 4 years old the child now goes to nursery school, where again, the child spends the majority of his/her waking moments with strangers.
At 5 years old the child goes to Kindergarten, and again between Kindergarten and daycare, either before or afterwards, the child spends the majority of his/her waking moments of the entire day with strangers.
At 6 years old, the child goes to 1st grade where it spends 8 hours and then the child may have a babysitter or nanny until one of the parents come home from work; again the child spends the majority of his/her waking moments of the day, in the care of strangers. This goes on until the child is old enough to no longer need a babysitter or nanny; however, by this time the child has friends and homework and such, so he/she still spends a bare minimum of time actually involved with his/her parents.
Depending on the child and the parents, at about 14, 15, or 16 the child now spends their time after school with sports or friends; and again, the child spends a minimum amount of time with his/her parents.
At around 18, most children go off to college or get a job and eventually move out of their parents house.
At 21 to 22 years of age, the child's parents are more or less strangers to the child, because they(the children) spent the majority of their waking moments, since they were 6 weeks old, with people other than their parents.
The point being is that, ever since 'Womens Liberation' made it cool and desirable for the woman to leave the raising of her child in the hands of people who need to be approved by the State, children have been spending less quality time with their parents; thereby becoming less attached and less appreciative of their parents; leading to the disintegration of family and society.
This is very good for the State, since it makes money off of Certifying Daycare facilities, Creating Public Schools which have teachers unions which will always sway the votes for ever increased pay for the teachers. The State makes money off of the Accreditation of Colleges, Universities, and Trade Schools. The State even makes money off of Certifying the old age homes and all of the nurses, aids, and doctors which work there; and the State makes large sums of money off of the backs of the parents and children in the form of taxes.
The destruction of our Society is from two things: the education system and 'Womens Liberation,' without both of these two things the modern desensitized Slave would not possibly exist.
Plus, we shouldn't forget that since the 'Womens Liberation' the majority of society now is forced to have two incomes; because the introduction of the other half of the population into the workforce allowed the FED to increase the money supply without it being noticed as easily. Nowadays, families don't have a second income for the reasons of saving for retirement or buying a better house or whatever; now modern families are required to have a second income just to survive equally as well as families survived off of one income back before the 'Womens Liberation' movement happened.
But, I'm sure that all of these benefits to the State and the FED which have resulted from the 'Womens Liberation' movement were just 'Happy Accidents' for the State and the FED; it's not like it was designed that way or anything. It couldn't have been designed that way; the State and the FED just love us way to much to do something like that -of this I'm sure. ;)