The Naked Truth
It is time for New Zealand Society to make a critical decision.
This is a decision that will save both our adults and our children so much of the current heartache and abuse we are dealing with.
The best way to describe this situation is to understand the final destination of those who make a great contribution to the leadership and direction of our society.
Let’s look at a society as they see it with almost totally female makeup, with a few gay guys contributing to a sperm bank. In order to maintain a population it requires 50% of the females to have two children,(the child bearers), and that leaves the other 50% of the females free to do work, (the workers). Being a gay man is a privileged and respected position.
This society has a complete separation between human reproduction and sexual gratification.
In terms of reproduction a female obtains a pregnancy by sperm donation, with no physical interaction with a male. Technical manipulation allows for the guaranteed female male ratio.
In terms of sexual gratification, which is as much a state of mind as a natural biological inclination, females are raised to expect to get their jolly’s from other females, and gay men likewise from other men.
Gender interaction is a frowned upon, an unacceptable aberration.
What we have here is a gynaecocracy in the making, with heterosexual people desperately fighting for their families.
I think it is important to understand not only what we are fighting against, but how many people are actually involved in the creation of this society. Unfortunately there is no compatible outcome here; it is two extremes with some people in the middle fighting for this mythical equality.
Child abuse as we see it is a consequence of a much more diverse political atmosphere than we take into account. Because we don’t think like this we live in a vacuum of our own values, socialisation and experiences.
If you understand this you will look at social policy, law making, and behaviour in a totally different way.
Now there’s something for you to think about. Do I stay or do I go?