Friday, April 26, 2013

Feminism, Fascism and Idiots in Legislatures

Fascism conceives of the State as an absolute, in comparison with which all individuals or groups are relative, only to be conceived of in their relation to the State. ... the Fascist State is itself conscious and has itself a will and a personality... ...The Fascist State organizes the nation... the individual... is deprived of all useless and possibly harmful freedom.
Benito Mussolini
To the fascist, the people are creatures of the state to be molded in mind and body in every way suitable to the purposes of the state, which is to say the vaunting ambitions of either a dictator or an elite class that controls the state.

Since controlling the beliefs of the people is the simplest and most cost-effective means of behavioral control, the modern fascist state is deeply committed to mind control.

Political correctness, a lying media, and a K-to-middle-age, state-controlled education provide the basic elements of modern fascist state mind control.

Political correctness consists in the outlawing of certain concepts, which are labeled racist, sexist, anti-Semitic, etc., expression of such words or concepts being penalized in various ways from creation of administrative rules that stultify or terminate careers of the politically incorrect to criminal prosecution and incarceration, e.g., in the case, in Europe, of scholarly judgment contrary to official policy on matters of historical importance such as the Jewish Holocaust.

Throughout the Western world, a principal objective of the control of language and expression, i.e., political correctness, is the imposition of the feminist agenda, which in turn, is an aspect of the relentless war of the fascist state on the family. In this struggle, a great step forward has just been achieved in the US where, as Reuters reports, the Washington State Legislature has enacted legislation to rewrite state laws in gender-neutral vocabulary. Thus, the new gender-neutral references, include "journey-level plumber" instead of "journeyman plumber," "handwriting" in place of "penmanship," and "signal operator" for "signalman."

"This was a much larger effort than I had envisioned" said Democratic state Senator Jeanne Kohl-Welles of Seattle, a claim we can well believe. And so far, only 3,500 Washington State code sections, out of a total of about 40,000, "have been tediously scrubbed of gender bias," most by adding the pronouns "she" and "her" in addition to the existing "he" and "his,"

This project is not only a costly and evil imposition on the citizens of Washington State, but is altogether idiotic, being based on plain ignorance of the meaning of the word "man" which is defined by the Oxford English Dictionary very simply as "a human being." Likewise, therefore, the terms "he" and "his" refer simply to a human being unless the context indicates otherwise.

The idea that legislative fiat, not common usage, should determine the meaning of words is fundamentally fascist. The only need for legislative definition of words is where precision is required for the sake of legal clarity. In such cases, the legislated definition should correspond as closely as possible with common usage, as it does in English law in the case of the word "man" and other words "importing the Masculine Gender."

Thus, according to the first Interpretation Act of 1850 (13 and 14 Victoriae, Cap. XXI), section IV:
… in all Acts Words importing the Masculine Gender shall be deemed and taken to include Females … unless the contrary … is expressly provided;
The 1889 Act remained in force until it was replaced by the Interpretation Act 1978 which had in section 6 the more symmetrical:
(a) words importing the masculine gender include the feminine;
(b) words importing the feminine gender include the masculine;
Or as Winston Churchill explained to a female member of the opposition, in the following Parliamentary exchange:
The Prime Minister: … just the ordinary man who keeps a wife and family, who goes off to fight for his country when it is in trouble, and goes to the poll at the appropriate time, puts his cross on the ballot paper showing the candidate he wishes to be elected to Parliament—that is the foundation of democracy. And it is also essential to this foundation that this man –

Dr. Edith Summerskill (Fulham, West): And woman.

The Prime Minister: I beg pardon. There is always the stock answer that man embraces woman, unless the contrary appears in the context. But this man, or woman,
Commenting on the legislation, Liz Watson, a National Women's Law Center senior adviser, said: "Words matter. This is important in changing hearts and minds."

Exactly. That is what political correctness is all about. Denial of freedom of speech and the controlling of minds. 

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