Sunday, November 19, 2006

Still trying to fool mother nature.

Entry for 16 July, 2006

It's not nice to fool mother nature.... as the old advertisement goes. Here's another article showing that instinct trumps the modern feminazi paradigm among teenage girls:
Here are a couple of blurbs from the article:

"Teenage girls who get pregnant are deliberately "planning" to become mothers in the belief that a baby will improve the quality of their lives. An extensive study published today reveals that girls as young as 13 are making a "career choice" by deciding to have children, since they see parenting as preferable to working in a dead-end job. ...All the interviewees were well aware how to protect against pregnancy and were strongly anti-abortion. Nearly three-quarters were in steady relationships with the father of their child. Only a handful of girls said they regretted getting pregnant. The vast majority said their lives had improved after having children, that having a baby had "corrected" their deprived childhoods and turned them away from destructive behaviour such as drink and drug abuse."

Take that, feminazis.

Girls want to have children when God/nature/evolution intended. Girls don't want to sacrifice their lives on the altar of the corporate ladder. They want families. Later, when their kids get older, they'll want careers.

But not yet.

Of course, if you read the full article, you see that researches and government officials are appalled and are trying to figure out some way to stop these girl's natural instincts. The feminazi controlled paradigm is just horrified that girls want to be mothers first - after all, they've built their house of cards on the premise that no woman in her right mind wants to be burdened with kids, saddled with a husband, and "economically enslaved," as they would put it. They will fight tooth and nail to keep their aberrant, unnatural and artificial system of society accepted as the predominant model of how women "should" arrange their lives.

How far they'll go remains to be seen. Forced temporary sterilization? I wouldn't put it past them. Their definition of "detrimental to all" somehow doesn't include the actual opinions of the mothers, just the feminazis own self-centered economic interest - which, by the way, wouldn't be a problem in the first place if their paradigm wasn't so unnatural to begin with, after all. They're the ones who made "teenage motherhood" expensive to society. For thousands of years prior to the 20th century it was the norm - marriage was the norm, families were the norm, and husbands supporting their wives and kids was the norm.

It's time to get back to what's REALLY normal, class. Feel free to defy the feminazi schemata and live your life the way God intended. Vive la Revolution! (I'm enjoying every minute of it.)

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