Political correctness i.e cultural Marxism has invented many words to stamp it’s malevolent ideology on society.
I refer to these “isms” as the “isms” of Marxism, words such as “racism,” “sexism,” fatism,” and ageism.” PC has also invented other words but these end with the word “phobia” as opposed to “ism” such as Islamophobia and homophobia.”
However the design is the same i.e to silence all opposition to this or that “ism” or this or that “phobia.”
Edwin Poots, a politician and member of the Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) in Northern Ireland, today appeared on the BBC NI radio programme “Talkback” to defend himself against accusations of “sexism” because he dared to say to the new First Minister of Northern Ireland Arlene Foster that her appointment as First Minister was the “second most important job that she will ever take on.” He further stated that “her most important job remained that of a wife, mother and daughter.”
Mr.Poots is right. Career must take second place to family and, in my view, women, in the main, should not have a career if and when they have dependent children.
There were no shouts of “hear, hear” from his DUP colleagues who sat all around him. This is not surprising because the DUP has many feminists in its ranks, male and female and Mr.Poots himself is part of an increasingly progressive i.e secular and liberal Party and is happy for a woman to lead both his Party and Northern Ireland.
BBC Talkback host William Crawley acted (as he often does) like an “Inquisitor General” as he interrogated, oops, interviewed Mr.Poots and, to assist him in forcing Mr.Poots to plead “guilty” to the accusation of “sexist” he had two feminists on the show.
The feminists and the BBC set the parameters of the debate. They defined terms and Mr.Poots went along with it instead of refusing to debate on their terms and rejecting the use of the invented word “sexism.”
He conceded much ground and, at times, appeared to be a feminist himself, not least when he responded to William Crawley’s remark that ” you accept Edwin she (Arlene Foster) can do both jobs (motherhood and First Minister) at the same time,” with the word “absolutely.”
Nonsense, Mr.Poots. How can anyone do two jobs at the same time? Something’s got to give.
One of the feminists on the programme is called Adrianne Peltz. She is from South Africa and she thinks she can accuse a NI politician of the feminist nonsense labelled “sexism.”
Your own country (South Africa) is in chaos, Miss/Mrs Peltz. There is terrible poverty experienced by both whites and blacks and many white people have been brutally murdered by blacks in your country.
So Madam, be wise and keep your feminist nonsense to yourself.
In conclusion, I anticipate comments from people who wonder why I stood for election when I am opposed to Feminism.
I stood as a candidate, not to usurp the leadership role of men in society, which I advocate, but, because men today cannot speak out against feminism without being labelled “sexist,” it really is necessary for women like me to expose the evil feminist movement for what it is, so I put myself forward for election in 2014 and 2015, not to promote feminism but paradoxically, to oppose it.