Murdering girls for women’s rights

As I have said many times before, calling a feminist a feminazi is an insult to the German National Socialist Worker’s Party. Abortion is a global human holocaust that dwarfs the scale of the Endlosung by an order of magnitude, and it is a predominantly anti-female holocaust.

According to CASS, China in 2020 will have 30m-40m more men of this age than young women. For comparison, there are 23m boys below the age of 20 in Germany, France and Britain combined and around 40m American boys and young men…. And, as is becoming clear, the war against baby girls is not confined to China.

Parts of India have sex ratios as skewed as anything in its northern neighbour. Other East Asian countries—South Korea, Singapore and Taiwan—have peculiarly high numbers of male births. So, since the collapse of the Soviet Union, have former communist countries in the Caucasus and the western Balkans. Even subsets of America’s population are following suit, though not the population as a whole.

Abortion simply must to be banned for what it is and has always been, first-degree murder. The feminist fall-back position, protecting a woman’s right to choose so long as she chooses in an approved manner, is not only a moral monstrosity, it is a logical absurdity.

I am often falsely accused of being misogynistic because I point out the readily apparent economic and societal infelicities of the modern mythology of sexual equality as well as the way the American legal system abuses men, particularly fathers. But if I genuinely hated women, then surely I would celebrate the ongoing destruction of millions of baby girls instead of opposing it so vociferously. And it is eminently fair to ask, in return, how anyone can reasonably be considered a supporter of women’s rights when they are in favor of permitting literally millions of baby girls to be put to death around the globe.

A woman’s place

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Women head governments, run companies and comprise about half the world’s workforce, but a global poll shows that one in four people, most of them young, believe a woman’s place is in the home. The survey of over 24,000 adults in 23 countries, conducted by Reuters/Ipsos and released on the eve of International Women’s Day, showed that people from India (54 percent), Turkey (52 percent), Japan (48 percent), China, Russia, Hungary (34 percent each) and South Korea (33 percent) were most likely to agree that women should not work. And, perhaps surprisingly, people aged between 18 and 34 years are most likely to hold that view, not those from the older, and more traditional, generation.

The key phrase there being “most of them young”. Why is that? Because their understanding of the costs of women working is based on actual experience of them, whereas for the older generation, those costs are tangential at best. The severing of women from their traditional, and only absolutely vital role, is why secular Western society has turned into one of history’s many dead ends for a civilization. Change is the one constant of history, and it is now demographically certain that liberal democratic secular society will not survive for another fifty years.

The future belongs to those who show up for it. And the plan to preserve secular society by substituting indoctrination for propagation has clearly failed.