Father's Day in India
Right now, some earnest Liberal feminist is plaintively bleating "but. . but. . what' s this got to do with feminism?"
All right, I will explain for the fourteen-hundredth time. Feminists (hence feminism) have since years back been at the forefront of everything involving the destruction of marriages and families. And that includes, at its core, everything that involves pushing men (and fathers) out of women's and children's lives except for exploitation purposes. Feminism is, at its core, an anti-male hate movement that seeks to damage men in every way possible, and to suck them dry for the benefit of women. All you must do is open your eyes and you will see the same anti-male patterns repeating themselves in many sectors of operation, clear across the board.
Note also, that whenever feminism digs its claws into the politics and government of a country, family-wrecking and father-bashing initiatives are very apt to follow. Yes, yes, I know, I know: correlation is not causation. But correlation and causation surely do drink in the same pub quite a bit . . . don't they?
So that is what this has got to do with feminism. I will allow that not everybody involved in the marriage and family wrecking industry is necessarily a "feminist" per se, but I will aver that bonafide, certifiable feminist individuals suffuse that industry throughout its length and breadth, and occupy key positions in it. Additionally, I would point out that feminists of all shades are the first people to raise a big political stink when somebody floats a proposal that would advance shared parenting, or rectify the injustices against men in the realm of family law or divorce law. Or at the very least, they are the LAST people to exhibit any kind of moral urgency about any of this -- especially when they say "what's this got to do with feminism"?
All right, this is late for Father's Day, but happy Father's Day. And remember that Barack Obama has always told fathers (and men in general) that they are a bunch of shits. So that's a damned good reason to kick him out of office. . .isn't it?