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Thursday, January 9, 2014

Ecuador: President Rafael Correa says "gender ideology" threatens traditional families



The defense of the traditional family in schools doe not threatened the freedom to be who anyone wants to be. Radicals in the feminist movements do not fight for rights anymore but to impose an ideology away from the natural family, and many world leaders have realise this ideology is now jeopardizing the stability of nations, especially in the western world.
We might support the rights of anyone to be free, but that does not mean we have to agree, we can politely and diplomatically express our opposition to it without promoting violence, but if people are not "allowed" to express their opinions in fear of been called names, then we have resentment and that can grow into hate...
Ecuador's President mentioned, "men like women to be women and women like men to be men", I believe this is the same thing Phil Robertson tried to say, and this is totally true, no matter who you are, the natural laws always take precedent in our consciousness. People will respect anyone 's right to be whatever they want to be, but deep down, it stops there. When it comes to natural attraction, the opposite sex is the rule of natural law...
When feminists tried to change that to gender neutral, that is when they lost their argument. They no longer fight for equal rights but to change what is in life.
Real equality depends on knowing who you are, nurturing it, and promoting that genders real gifts to others, this way the world evolves in a natural way....
Are women attracted sexually to a mangina, a man who behaves like a woman, no...not in the least...
Are men sexually attracted to a woman who behaves like a man...no...
Why are feminists, especially the radical ones so adamant about "the end of man" or "men are obsolete" message? Or that fathers and husbands are not needed or important?
We now see clearly what that ideology has produced, by simply looking at our city streets and how many of our children walk them without homes and parents.
Look closely at the radicals, look at their lives and who they associate with, and you will find your answers...
They "never" have anything positive to say about the opposite sex, have never experienced the true love of a good man, or the one they do have is not exactly behaving masculine, hence something is missing which they can't put their finger on...
Either way, some people do not realise that natural laws take a primary place in the way of things, in every ones consciousness, it's there and it dictates who and what you are, natural law is not written down, it is a rule entrenched in our DNA, we can't simply walk away from it, it can't be undone...
All life on Earth has to follow it, except the few, aka the cat loving, self hating, inferior complexed radical feminist.

Now...If someone like Correa, who identifies himself as a lefty and other left wing leaders have realised something is going in the wrong direction in their respective nations, then what "we" have been saying and when I say "we" I mean pro-family, fathers, men's rights, men and women, is correct, without the natural, traditional family, which must includes fathers, no nation can survive....
It is a fathers right, but it is also...children's rights to have "both" parents.
It is a fundamental human right....and those who promote otherwise are child abusers.

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

The one gender that US gender-feminists are ceaselessly attacking is the hetero-male gender. They are perverting American law enforcement to such a degree that being a hetero-male in the US in now a dangerous legal liability.

Anonymous said...

Anonymous is right but not only in the USA. Political correctness - a self-imposed conformity to a leftist agenda propaganda - hobbles most agencies in Australia. There are even government commissions that enforce political correctness under the deception of "free speech". In all it is a reminder of the Ministry of Truth portrayed in George Orwell's book "1984". President Correa has it right on the matters of gender and family.

The Native Canadian said...

George Orwells 1984 is going to be mild compare to what's coming, they intend to take it all...or try to.