by Mark Angelides
It may seem like a stretch of the imagination, but I’m going to lay out step by step how the “Day Without Women” marches taking place across the world (and especially in the US), are the first decisive steps in a plan to achieve Mussolini’s dream of “Tutto nello Stato, niente al di fuori dello Stato, nulla contro lo Stato” (“everything for the state, nothing outside the state, nothing against the state”).
The people involved in the Marches don’t know about it, they are “useful idiots”, but the face behind the curtain knows full well each of the next steps, and when you consider them, you’ll see that it’s almost inevitable.
The marches take place, the media applauds, Liberals ( and many, many others) everywhere rejoice in the fact that women’s rights are getting much needed publicity.
The media and politicians start to focus on what we can do to rectify the unnamed wrongs. They come up with something important to everyone, and which no one could really object to (without seeming like an ass): Proper Paid Maternity Leave for All Women.
Examples will be made about how France manages to give every women 2 whole years maternity leave. And how the US can surely manage at least 6 months.
Big Business will applaud the Government and media for bringing this to their attention. They will immediately draft business based regulations to ensure all women are properly protected. They will even lobby government at State level to ensure women’s rights are protected.
This will become law. All employers will be required to provide maternity leave for female employees regardless of employment type (or at least pay a part premium through State Health Care Providers).
Step 5: (this step applies to both male and female employers)
Small business owners (perhaps those with less than 20 employees, who make up 89% of all US businesses), will have an ethical debate on their hands. Do they employ the man, or the equally qualified women who happens to be of child bearing age? Both male and female business owners must do a calculation on whether their business could survive the hiring of another employee to temporarily replace the one they are still paying for while she has her child.
For example: $15 per hour X 40 hours per week X 6 months = $14400. Now the regulation may not stipulate that the whole amount will b paid by the employer, but what if two women become pregnant, or three? This will result in a business failing.
So the employers will most likely choose the man.
The media and Government will begin to bemoan the fact that on a case by case basis, men are being hired more than women. This will result in more Women’s Marches. They will start to look at ways in which they can stop this travesty, how can they fix this base misogyny?
Big Business will step in and say they feel moved by the plight of the poor women and announce that they support regulation that means companies must have a 50/50 hiring policy for men and women. The Government will cheer (especially at State level) and begin drafting laws that Big Business will help with.
All small businesses will now have to adhere to these regulations and hire more women (many of whom will be of child bearing age). The businesses will close down. Not all of them of course, but more and more than were before.
Based on this roaring success of getting women into the workplace, the Government will be encouraged by Big Business to put more “equal rights legislation” onto the books.
The vast majority of private owned businesses that operate in communities will be replaced by multi-nationals that work hand in hand with Big Government. The Government feeds the Corporations and the Corporations feed the Government. This was Mussolini’s dream, and it’s about to happen now.
by Mark Angelides