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Old 06-03-2015, 02:12 AM
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let's have equality everywhere.

Emma Watson was speaking at the United Nations about empowering women.
That all sounds real good BUT, radical feminism is very akin to socialism. Socialism is a method of giving support to those who don't earn it. Socialists abhor anyone who is above the norm. Most of the accomplishments of the human race were created by men. Should men be yoked to make them more "equal" with women? ,,, Maybe so.

"In the context of marriage, family and economics, the left’s upside-down brand of social justice, of “equality,” requires that, in order to level the playing field, we must bulldoze the playing field altogether * we must take from the haves, give to the have nots and dumb-down everything else to the lowest common denominator. If one person is suffering, then “equality” demands that all must suffer. The solution to inequality borne by those in the Third World, for instance, is to make the whole world the Third World (see Barack Hussein Obama, circa 2008-2016).

The same goes for marriage and family. As Gelonesi explains it, “The power of the family to tilt equality” creates an “unfair advantage” for children without loving biological parents. “When a parent wants to do the best for her child,” he claims, it necessarily “makes the playing field for others even more lopsided.”

"And so, whereas the conservative solution is to offer a leg up, the “progressive” solution prefers a jackboot down."
,,,,,and why parents have no fundamental right to confer wealth or advantage on their children.”

Gelonesi’s article describes Swift as “a philosopher with a rescue plan very much in tune with the times.” This, as you will see, says a great deal about “the times.”

“One way philosophers might think about solving the social justice problem would be by simply abolishing the family,” suggests Swift. “If the family is this source of unfairness in society, then it looks plausible to think that if we abolished the family there would be a more level playing field.”
Is It Time To ‘Abolish The Family’?

"In almost all societies a lot of men enjoy unwarranted advantages simply because of their sex. Much has been done over the past 50 years to put this injustice right; quite a bit still remains to be done.'
Manhood | The Economist
Oh, the terrible injustice of it all. We went quietly to the coal mine every day knowing that we would not live past 45 y.o. We didn't complain.

Look at the death rate for men's occupations;
The Most Dangerous Jobs in the U.S. | RealClearScience
Shoot, I'm all for empowering women. The death rate for linemen decades ago was 50%.
I've worked in logging. Never, ever saw a woman. Roofing, nope. Crab fishing, nope. Mining, nope. When was the last time you saw a woman unplug a septic system?
Equality is for suckers.
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