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Saturday, August 25, 2007

And here I thought it was a choice

China shows the first signs of the end of the feminist experiment:

The Chinese government says it is drafting new laws to tackle the growing gender imbalance caused by the widespread abortion of female foetuses. The practice is already banned, but new rules are expected to set out specific punishments for parents and doctors. China's Family Planning Association (CFPC) has revealed the extent of the imbalance - in one city there are eight young boys for every five girls. Experts fear the phenomenon could have unpredictable social consequences....

On Friday it was revealed that the eastern city of Lianyungang had the most skewed population. Among children under four years old, there are 163.5 boys for every 100 girls.

This is exactly what will happen to no-fault divorce, women's suffrage and other aspects of the feminist program once the social ills they cause become overly dangerous to society. Most likely, this will first require a lapse into some form of authoritarian government; it would be fortunate if the idiot voting public was capable of considering these matters and forestalling the obvious unpleasantries, but there is no shortage of evidence to prove that it is not.

Feminism is arguably the most retarded political ideology Mankind has ever known; women should be deeply and profoundly embarrassed to know that it is their sex's most notable intellectual contribution to date. It takes a severely dysfunctional mind to come up with an ideology so self-destructive that thinks to champion women by ensuring the right to murder little girls.

Communism collapsed under the weight of its own self-contradictions in seventy years. Feminism won't even last that long.

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