Wednesday, 19 July 2017

Why Women Are Dangerous To Globalists

In the Reading Over My Shoulder series I share remarkable articles and websites. Today I found an article that encouraged me.
Do Mothers Hurt the Economy?
Those who guilt-trip mothers into leaving the home are not really trying to grow America’s economy.

During a speech at Brown University last May, Yellen warned that America is falling behind the advanced economies of Europe due to America’s low rate of female labor-force participation.

I picked today’s article because it struck a chord with me. It is well researched, and the author has taken the time to gather all the facts and list them in a logical order, making the article flow. Andrew Miller paints a more accurate picture than Janet Yellen tries to present. This Trumpet article is a breath of fresh air compared the one-sided twaddle we are fed by the mainstream media. I don’t mind reading about opinions I don’t agree with (like some other Trumpet articles), as long as they are neatly and coherently presented with supportive additional facts. But this is an article I wholeheartedly agree with, particularly this find:

One recent study estimates that increasing the female participation rate to that of men would raise our gross domestic product by 5 percent.

A 2004 study in the American Economic Review found that the motivation and support a wife provides to her husband allows him to be more fully committed to his job, boosting his income by approximately 27 percent. Since half the men in America are married, about $1 trillion of their salaries could be attributable to the support they receive from their marriages.

But the societal benefits of committed mothers become even more obvious when you factor in the benefits she has on her children.
The Effect of Polish Mothers on a UK School
Yesterday a friend told me about her conversation with an English teacher somewhere in the north of the UK. The teacher mentioned how the school’s overall results had risen remarkably when migrant Polish families started to send their children to her school. The language was only a temporary setback to the learning process, as the children were very eager to learn. The general atmosphere at this UK school received a huge positive boost from these well behaved, polite and teachable new pupils, benefiting the English children as well. The contrast between the original English attitudes and the new Polish influx’s effect was stark, according to the teacher. She went on to explain how she believed that home culture made all the difference. Polish families show a keen interest in the children's progress, but it is the mother’s prominent presence in the home that has the biggest effect.

Agents of Transformational Change
Women have the power to make a big difference in society. They can make or break a family or a community. No one knows this better than today’s ‘change agents’ who are working around the clock, devising evil strategies to tear down the fabric of society for their own purposes. They present their plans under deceptive banners of ‘climate change’ and ‘sustainability’ which are in reality the cloaks under which they work towards a digital financial world dictatorship. In their own words:
In 2015, the world agreed on the Sustainable Development Goals, and a 2030 deadline to achieve them. Women will be central in realising this ambitious plan IUCN Director General's statement on International Women’s Day 2017
Women’s unequal participation in decision-making processes and labour markets compound inequalities and often prevent women from fully contributing to climate-related planning, policy-making and implementation.

At the local level, women’s inclusion at the leadership level has lead to improved outcomes of climate related projects and policies. On the contrary, if policies or projects are implemented without women’s meaningful participation it can increase existing inequalities and decrease effectiveness.

Gender Day at COP 22/CMP 12/CMA 1 focusses on women as leaders, innovators, and agents of the transformational change that the challenge of climate change and achieving sustainable development demands. Why is Gender and Climate Change important?
Women Are A Danger
Women who invest in their children and hold the family unit together, supporting and strengthening the men, are a danger to these godless conspirators. The globalists' drive for so-called women's rights has at least two nefarious purposes:

-   break down families which are the cornerstone on which communities and nations thrive
-   deceive women into using their power to work for the dark side

Women have many hidden talents. One important way to use these dangerous talents is to fight the globalist where it matters most: by teaching the children, by holding family units together and by boosting the confidence and strength of the men.

More reading:

Corporations like to see women in charge of spending too:
When women have more control over their own finances, as well as their household’s, good things happen. Studies have shown that more spending is likely to be directed toward food, water, children’s education and healthcare. Centre for Financial Inclusion
Men have higher levels of account ownership than women by an average of 9 percentage points in developing countries. Banks identify the women’s market as underserved and profitable  Institute of International Finance Report

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