Independence? Women Rue Becoming Wage Slaves
September 9, 2009
More than ever, women have a sense of betrayal and frustration because their "leaders" sold them on careers and being "strong and independent."
A new poll of nearly 4000 working women conducted by Women's Day, found that a stunning 57% dream of quitting their jobs to stay home with their kids and 63% viewed their work as "just a paycheck."
Two-thirds said they would "change what they do in a heartbeat." Four-fifths would NOT want their daughters to follow in their footsteps. Nevertheless two-thirds are worried about losing their jobs and would work longer hours just to keep them. (Talk about a wage slave.)
In 1950, less than 30% of the workforce were women. Today that number approaches 50%.
In 1956, 35% of all women worked. Today 60% or 72 million do. If the 1956 level had been maintained, 30 million American women would not be in the workforce today. They would be looking after their families, their homes, their communities and themselves.
In spite of the obvious dissatisfaction of female working stiffs, their cultural caretakers are loath to admit that feminism was a trap. Their jobs depend on it. (More on this below) "Everyone hates to work," they rationalize.
My mother had a business importing watchstraps in the 1950's. My father asked her to give it up and concentrate on being a homemaker. He was able to support a young family on the salary of an engineer. My family reaped the benefit of a full-time mom.
The central banking cartel, led by the Rockefeller Foundation, decided to double the labor force (lowering wages); lower the birth-rate, and break up the family by convincing women to have careers and sex instead of husbands and children. Feminism was the vehicle for this social engineering backed by propaganda disguised as "women's lib." Gender division is part of a long-term pattern of Illuminati subversion, which also includes inciting race, class, religious and national divisions.
Their goal in attacking marriage/family is to plug the wellsprings of our humanity and identity. Men and women were willing to sacrifice. They were willing to play roles which were noble and in tune with human nature. Now people are divorced from these roles and are lost. The bankers can control us better this way.
Occasionally a truly independent woman discovers these truths and is able to convey them. Recently Katie Rolphe wrote of the hedonistic pleasure of motherhood...the all-consuming love that threatens "everything you are and care about" -- which, in Roiphe's case, is her writing career. Suddenly, she doesn't want to go back to work; being with her newborn feels far more important and rewarding. "Taking care of the baby -- physical, draining, exhilarating -- is more like farming: following the rhythms of the earth, getting up at dawn, watching the corn flush in the sunrise. It is not at all like writing."
[I'm not suggesting women shouldn't work if they want to or have to. Obviously, they must be prepared to support themselves, and this requires training. My mother-in-law told my wife: "find a man who can look after you, but be prepared to look after yourself."]
SUBVERSION FROM THE TOP-THE NEW TEMPLATE
Wednesday, an article in the Huffington Post explained how the Fed has taken over the field of Economics. As a result, there were few independent voices capable of criticizing the Fed (i.e. the central bankers) and avoiding the credit catastrophe of last Fall. As you read the first few paragraphs, understand that this is a template for what has happened in every sector of society, every profession, every organization, including government, media and education. This is how they sold feminism. They control the money. They control everything through the people they buy off. This is the model of our enslavement.
"The Federal Reserve, through its extensive network of consultants, visiting scholars, alumni and staff economists, so thoroughly dominates the field of economics that real criticism of the central bank has become a career liability for members of the profession, an investigation by the Huffington Post has found.
This dominance helps explain how, even after the Fed failed to foresee the greatest economic collapse since the Great Depression, the central bank has largely escaped criticism from academic economists. In the Fed's thrall, the economists missed it, too.
"The Fed has a lock on the economics world," says Joshua Rosner, a Wall Street analyst who correctly called the meltdown. "There is no room for other views, which I guess is why economists got it so wrong."
One critical way the Fed exerts control on academic economists is through its relationships with the field's gatekeepers. For instance, at the Journal of Monetary Economics, a must-publish venue for rising economists, more than half of the editorial board members are currently on the Fed payroll -- and the rest have been in the past."
It's remarkable that this article appeared. As the oppression administered by the central bankers increases, more of their dupes will get wise. Their ranks will be swelled by
millions of women (and men) deprived of their natural role and birthright. There will be a great division in society between the central bankers with their legions of lackeys, and humanity as a whole.
Feminism is one of countless hoaxes designed by Illuminati central bankers to enslave humanity by creating wars, plagues, and depressions while generally degrading and demoralizing mankind. The world wars, the Cold War, 9-11, the war on terror were all engineered by them. They belong to a satanic cult, the Sabbateans, and their influence is now pervasive and overwhelming. We need to wake up before it is too late.
Eustace Mullins-- How they Took Over Medicine