Monday, September 04, 2006

Time to start asking some serious questions

I think I'm in need of an increase in my Prilosec dosage after reading that.

Gates of Vienna has been getting a lot of my attention of late, it's little wonder why, as they're covering the swirl around the bowl of civilization as well or better than anyone these days.

I am largely speechless about this. I can not imagine how this Gudrud Schyman came upon the idea of taxing the male population soley for, “the evil that men do,” (to women in society). Marxism seems to be live and well, and in larger numbers than I'd expected.

More broadly, is this the promise of the great feminist movement? To go back to living in harems with this as it's model,

In a newspaper article about Swedish women converting to Islam, the attraction of the Islamic family life seems to be a common feature among women converts. Several of them state that in Islam, the man is more rational and logical, while the woman is more emotional and caring. This means that the woman should be the one to take care of the children and do the housekeeping, while the man should be the one to work and provide for the family. Many of the women feel that their lives lack a sense of purpose, but Christianity does not seem like a relevant alternative to them.

So going back to the 1950's with Ward Coming home and being asked by June about his day at the office, er..Mosque?, as long as it's no longer Ward, but Mohammed Sheik bin-Al Whazzit?, with the fifteen other wives and 93 kids under that same roof? Hope you like eating rice? And that whole not opening your mouth about anything, and being his property under sharia law.



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