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    Could this be the future of Justice?



    Rachida Dati
    Rachida Dati, the French foreign minister, does not look like a woman who is too much in need of sympathy. At43, the single mother has given birth, then hopped straight back to work, caesarean stitches in place, after just five days. That, as anyone who has ever had a baby knows, is seriously tough behaviour, even with a partner giving as much support as he can.
    But what is astonishing is that far from attracting admiration, or even understanding, Dati has been the butt of quite virulent criticism. She is a bad example to women, apparently. She has undermined hard earned maternity rights. She has sent “a dangerous message”. By going out of her way to protect her career, she has made women less keen to make such enormous sacrifices seem like wimps.
    It took a while for feminist to cotton on to the fact that it was hard for women “to have it all”. Now women are pilloried even for attempting to. What next? Will the women who don’t have children at all, because they are so dedicated to their work, start attracting disapproval because there are practicing some sort of psychological sterilization in order to get on in a man’s world? Must every woman be a synecdoche for all women?
    Women have learnt from trail and error that is hard to forge a career and look after a family. Dati is a t the beginning of that process, and no matter how many times women are told having children usually changes everything, it’s hard to grasp quite how much until it happens.
    It was probably bloody hard for Dati handover her new born baby, drag herself, wincing, out of bed, put on her war paint and to step out in style. Or maybe it wasn’t. Maybe she was itching to get back to work. And maybe, just maybe, she can carry on doing that. Others have.
    Perhaps such exceptional woman should be accepted for what they are – unusual. The idea that they have some sort of duty to hide their singularity, and pretend they are not unusual at all, is unrealistic and, quite simply oppresive.

    (Published by Deborah Orr, the independent 17/01/09)

    The one thing Deborah has left out of her article is that Dati is possessed by the aphrodisiac of power and, she will forgo the essential bonding that exists between mother and baby in order to keep her addiction to that power flowing.

    NEVO

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    Re: Could this be the future of Justice?

    She's not saying who the baby-daddy is. That's pretty much what many feminists advised in the 70s and 80s -- women should 'revert' to the pre-civilizational practice of keeping the paternity of their children to themselves as a way of asserting sole power over children and families and making fathers irrelevant. So that's par for the course.

    To be honest, given that this is France, this is hardly surprising. Remember, the president of the country -- by definition someone at the top of the male food chain -- married a woman a few years ago who openly says she doesn't believe in monogamy and that she prefers polyandry. If even the president thinks that makes for a fine marriage partner, well you know that the country is pretty much a lost cause.

    Sometimes, given that this is, for the most part, an English-speaking forum, we can easily forget that as bad as things are now in the 'Anglosphere', they're even worse in many of the non-Anglo European countries. France is an example of that, and not even the most egregious one. Things in our 'anglo' world will only get worse, I'm afraid, not better.

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    She is a bad example to women, apparently. She has undermined hard earned maternity rights. She has sent “a dangerous message”. By going out of her way to protect her career, she has made women less keen to make such enormous sacrifices seem like wimps.
    Yep, superwoman. They don't grow on trees.

    Let's hear the women ROAR now.

    Women have learnt from trail and error that is hard to forge a career and look after a family
    Heck, they could have just looked over at the men who had to try. And men were doing it to look after and provide for guess who? Instead they rubbished the men and demanded their jobs. "We can do anything men can do, and better". Yeh, right. They WON'T though. They won't support a husband will they.

    Too late, ladies.

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    Re: Could this be the future of Justice?

    Quote Quote from Billy View Post
    I agree, and worry about my sons futures.
    Indeed. This is the main thing that keeps me involved in the MRM, really.

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    Re: Could this be the future of Justice?

    What I was referring to is that we are, obviously, in a period of transition in the establishment we all have to live with, where derogated men will take a back seat at many levels of the system.
    It seems to me the stern, austere, disciplined disposition of men in power will be replaced by more frivolous or even flippant use of vocabulary by empowered females.

    Men know very well how fashionable women can be.

    But when it comes to justice "fashion must not be in mind" as it is happening at present with judges full of fashionable petty criticism of men behaviour.

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