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Welcome to Communist/Socialist America!
Your read it correctly! The anti-family push and the Feminist ideology actually came from raw, evolutionary Communism. Karl Marx saw society moving up the evolutionary ladder. Family, sex differences, male leadership were all classified as antiquated and ready for the social and even biological junk heap.
Women would be truly equal. Mothers would no longer be needed. The society would be the basic unit and have full charge of the kids, not the family. Father influence and leadership would disappear. Daycare centers, abortion and mother only families would replace Dad’s and the home environment.
So when you see the push and shove to get women into the army tanks and onto the streets as police, you know it’s the warmed-over American brand of old Communism! No one cranked this out more consistently than the English atheist and socialist Bertrand Russell in his 1929 volume Marriage & Morals, (Liveright: New York.
Shockingly, what Russell wrote seven decades ago, has almost completely come to pass, at least as far as the cutting edge of Western Society is concerned.
With the Russian Revolution of the 1920’s,
many of these things were put into place in the anti-God “new world order.”
Sexual distinction was blurred. Women manned the shovels and guns.
But by the late 1980’s, the Russian women revolted and expressed a deep
female urge to “go back home.” And that they did. Stupid
American women push for Sexism laws (which means you can’t say a thing if
they’re not job qualified), abortion,
daycare centers (so they can stay single and
keep working) and rights for rights sake without any moral obligation.
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1.) See The Manifesto of the Communist Party, by Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels (1848/49)
Daycares Don't Care website
contains a very large collection of information on the inherent problems
You may be interested in its section on the Communist/Socialist origins of the institution of daycare.
Walter H. Schneider
Fathers for Life
2005 03 28 (added reference to the communist origins of the history of daycare)