Heroines, Feminists and American Society
I want to thank all the women who had a positive influence on me throughout my life. To all those women who nurture and raise children, work and achieve goals and have made the world a more decent place, I reserve the most sacred spot in our society.
Then there is the matter of Feminism, which was supposed to be about choice and women thinking for themselves, but the movement itself no longer has any pretense about its agenda. It is not about choice. The movement was long ago hijacked by the left and has been used to enlist women as another voting bloc. It's about "group think." It has done considerable damage to our society.
No one can explain it better than Tammy Bruce (Feminist):
Now to honor the strong women who have had such a positive influence on the world:
Margaret Thatcher ("the Iron Maiden")
Prime Minister of the UK from 1978-1990. Her political philosophy and economic policies (influenced by Milton Friedman)saved Britain and the UK from the excesses of Socialism. She was a strong woman who weathered many storms with a steady hand and will be regarded as one of the UK's best Prime Ministers.
Prime Minister of Pakistan from 1988-1990 & 1993-1996. She rose to become the leader of a male dominated society. A controversial figure, regarded as a champion of democracy by the west, she was opposed by various Islamist groups. She was assassinated in 2007.
These are only two examples. There are other strong and brave women too numerous to mention. (I'm sorry that I can't list them all). Some face death on a daily basis in the middle east. Others have been subjected to harassment & ridicule right here in the US. That is what a strong woman looks like, not to be confused with the weak women of the left. Expressing false outrage 24/7 and running around like a pit bull with rabies does not constitute strength. When we listened to the outrageous statements of "Madonna" during the 2017 "Women's March", we came face to face with the failure of "Feminism." What we saw that day was a self absorbed entertainer climb up on a stage and say "Yes, I'm angry. Yes, I am outraged. Yes, I have thought an awful lot about blowing up the White House, but I know that this won't change anything. We cannot fall into despair."
Notice, that I included the complete sentence. That is what a "Feminist" looks & sounds like.
We are now at a point where we can restore our civilization.
Restoring the community, the family, respect for authority and role models is our salvation.