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Women need to Re-think

Filed under: General — Downunder @ 12:18 pm Thu 15th February 2007

Women need to re-think their attitude to men and children. I recall a few years back someone studiously informing me the social climate did not favour men. Obviously our social environment has been increasingly polluted by the toxic attitude of global feminism. We need to establish just who is responsible for this excessive hot air contamination. Some institutions may be prepared to trade their verbal diarrhoea for sensible credits, while other will need to be declared contagious and isolated. What I see emerging with the reality of climate change is the greater need for men as the dangers of real climate change become more obvious and frequent. It is the unfortunate role of the male to be expendable in any successful society. There were no medals for being a feminist meal ticket, but will soon be valued less callously. With communities facing more frequent harsh weather, higher winds, and excessive rainfall, we will find survival in the global village much harder. We will return not only to our national hamlets, but to smaller more robust and secure communities to deal with rapidly increasing degrees of devastation. We will again become more reliant on each other not only as communities, but as families and couples. I wonder though, like the Nazi bastards, who spent the last 60 years hiding around the world, where some people think they are going to fit into the new and rapidly evolving landscape.

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