August 23, 2009
Katy Grannan for The New York Times
Today while studying different blogs and news articles I came across this article in the New York Times. It was published in August 2009, and describes studies conducted about Asian and African countries where women and girls have been kept uneducated. Countries where women had a chance to be educated and work, helped raise the standard of living and improved health of their families.
“There’s a growing recognition among everyone from the World Bank to the U.S. military’s Joint Chiefs of Staff to aid organizations like CARE that focusing on women and girls is the most effective way to fight global poverty and extremism. That’s why foreign aid is increasingly directed to women. The world is awakening to a powerful truth: Women and girls aren’t the problem; they’re the solution.”
These information pushers really know how to persuade us, that fighting poverty and disease are the sincere motives of the Global-elite who have stolen the world from the rest of us. However, when you compare what these elite dictators say at different times, their real obsession is to maintain a small population, which they can control.
The sad stories of some of these ladies is really pitiful, but they are typical of the lives of millions of women and daughters in different countries. This oppression and suppression of women and children in itself generates an emotion to agree with Globalization to fix the problem.–But it never would. The Global dictators of immigration departments have flooded all the developed nations in the west, with the oppressed and their oppressors from the third-world, and they have turned our countries into local third-worlds.
Everything women suffered at home, they suffer here. Any of us home-born citizens who complain about the third-world barbarianism which goes on here, are expected to be tolerant of their cultures. In all fairness, I don’t think women and children would suffer half the abuse they do, if the conditions had not been methodically created over the past hundred years, by the same Global mob-bosses who now wave their magic wands of solutions to the problems.
“Stating that the global population was heading towards 9 billion, Gates said, “If we do a really great job on new vaccines, health care, reproductive health services (abortion), we could lower that by perhaps 10 or 15 per cent.”
Now, compare this statement by Bill Gates (former CEO of Microsoft) with a statement in the August NYT article:
“The delivery of vaccinations and other kinds of health care has reduced the number of children who die every year before they reach the age of 5 to less than 10 million today from 20 million in 1960.”
It sounds as if vaccines are now being given a new kind of application, from the understanding we have always had of what vaccines were really intended to be used for. If you have any reservations, just back-track the reports by Jane Burgermeister, the initial whistle-blower on the swine-flu vaccine:
“Such research has concrete implications: for example, donor countries should nudge poor countries to adjust their laws so that when a man dies, his property is passed on to his widow rather than to his brothers. Governments should make it easy for women to hold property and bank accounts — 1 percent of the world’s landowners are women — and they should make it much easier for microfinance institutions to start banks so that women can save money.”
Since studies did show that women have different spending priorities than irresponsible men, boys should undergo better parental training and personal discipline to be responsible adults, husbands and fathers before they get married. This is not a matter to be cured by bankers and government bullies. This is a family matter which has eroded around the world, the more the world got connected to Hollyweird, porn industry, violent video-games, and the music culture.
As far as poverty, there is no need for poverty and no need for Bill Gates to cuddle up with Al Gore, polluting the world with CO2 together. No Bill Gates, we don’t need to reverse the standard of living we have.—But it would be nice to see all the Global gas-bags who control the IMF, World Banks and Bilderberg club reduce their standard of living.
There is a growing movement world-wide called the Zeitgeist movement, and if there was ever a program to take control of this planet away from Global corporate mob-bosses, Zeitgeist is the program manager. If we continue to allow governments to be dominated by the Money-Masters, there will be no planet left.
If money was not a power, and millions of people did not have to go to work every day just to deal with all the money issues alone, the world would be a much better place in twenty years. Nobody would have to buy anything, and these dictators who have wielded money as a power 3500 years too long, would have no authority to say who can have what, who can afford what or anything else.
There would be no need to rob and kill for stupid video-games, or food, housing or anything else. All the no-brain arguments that everybody would be just lazy loafers and do nothing is ridiculous, because people would work like crazy to make whatever they wanted, if it was not available. A free-for-all system would encourage people to be productive, creative and work at whatever their main interests are.
For all the empty paranoia hot-air philosophers and sociologists have polluted the world with over the past 150 years about doomsday, every target date they predicted fell by the way. But they are in their graves, responsible for the billions of abortions and murders of babies and people they considered, had genes inferior to theirs. The billions of people who were never allowed the right to live their lives, would have brougght about some of the most important inventions, solutions to problems and creative talent the world will never know about.
There is no need to massacre the Global population, and there is no need for Money-Masters and there never was. If the world is over-populated, let’s send Al Gore, Bill Gates and all the Global mob-bosses into orbit.—How’s that for a solution?