In times long past, most people lived in small farming communities. Everyone knew their neighbors, breathed clean air, ate food we’d call organic today (that’s all there was back then), and raised large families. For the most part, the villagers had the same language, religion, and culture. Artisans in town made necessary products by hand. Men tended the fields and produced the goods. Wives stayed home to raise the children. Conditions were like this since the Middle Ages, but began changing during the Industrial Revolution.
Today, that would seem like pretty much an entirely different country. Actually, most of that would be quite dreadful according to modern tastes.
The modern era
Scientific progress brought industrialization. Railways crossed the continent; cities connected by them thrived, and some others began to wither. New products became available, most of which had to be built in factories. As this came to fruition, the automobile in particular was a game-changer. In many ways, this was a big step ahead. However, there were drawbacks.
Large corporations were needed to set up these factories. This transformed the economy, and a regular boom-and-bust cycle began. Economic perturbations even affected the rural communities, and so did wild price fluctuations in agricultural commodities. By 1920, the USA’s rural population fell to 50%, and kept dropping. Gradually, they came to the cities, where work was available.
Factory conditions were dreadful—long hours, low pay, and little attention to safety. Pollution became a serious problem. Vast extremes of wealth were on the rise. The market economy, which had worked pretty well up to that point, became distorted. Business interests got immensely powerful. A century ago, the last batch of sensible leftists had made inroads into fixing some of that.
To make a very long story short, the Great Depression began because of the confluence of Wall Street gambling, fractional reserve banking, and inadequate planning. A quarter of the USA was unemployed, and this left an imprint on an entire generation. However, massive war production kick-started the economy again. This required unprecedented deficit spending, creating a permanent large national debt, but all that’s another story.
The postwar era
Europe and parts of Asia required a massive rebuilding effort, but the USA was almost completely untouched and ready to go. At last, prosperity began returning in the late 1940s. However, citizens were typically very cautious about their spending, remembering what they’d been through earlier. Planners determined that the public needed a morale boost; narratives promoting the new prosperity were made fashionable. During the 1950s, there was tremendous interest in advertising and consumer psychology. ((((((((((((((((((((((((Edward Bernays)))))))))))))))))))))))) was a pioneer in this, a clever fellow like his uncle ((((((((((((((((((((((((Sigmund Freud)))))))))))))))))))))))).
Many in the big cities began moving to the suburbs, prompted in part by the cities getting too vibrant. The new suburbs often were filled with cookie-cutter homes—as the song goes, little houses of ticky-tacky that all look the same. Eventually, getting larger houses became a safeguard against further ethnic cleansing, though pricy real estate ate into household budgets. Urban sprawl began, and dealing with traffic was unavoidable. Small grocery stores went out of business as the big supermarkets sprung up, with their goods laid out in clever ways to maximize sales.
The suburbanites competed with each other in ostentation. If a neighbor got a new color TV, it was time to get one too! They’d go into debt for a new car if someone else got a better one. “Keeping up with the Joneses” became another factor making large families unaffordable.
The 1960s counterculture reacted against all that. The hippies typically led simple lives, unplugging from the produce-consume-discard cycle. Ecology was a major effort, and fixing the pollution problem began to be taken seriously. Sure, the hippies were a little fuzzy in the head from getting indoctrinated with some interesting academic fads in college, and picked up some new vices, but they were onto something with the “back to nature” effort. Their yearning, sometimes subconscious, was to live closer to the land as their ancestors did.
However, it was not to last; the young Boomers eventually became Yuppies. They took on many characteristics they hated about their bourgeois parents. After the Carter malaise ended, the economy was in pretty decent shape. They loved buying new toys, and the “shop-till-you-drop” days were under way. If they couldn’t afford something, no problem—that’s what credit cards are for. Broken appliances were thrown away rather than repaired. Worn clothing was replaced, rather than mended.
The New Normal
Wages were rising relative to inflation, but peaked in 1972, and it’s never been the same since. Productivity per worker kept rising, but wages began to stagnate, while corporate profits increased. Undercutting from cheap imports, enabled by globalist trade policies, started eroding manufacturing. The middle class was on the verge of a decline. A few still lived close to the land (including the very unfashionable rednecks), but their numbers continued dwindling from urbanization and corporate farming.
The economy went through some more boom-and-bust cycles. The latest bust was a decade ago, again caused by Wall Street gambling, banksters, and inadequate planning after the lessons of the past were forgotten. The corporations bounced back fairly quickly—some bailed out for being “too big to fail”. Meanwhile, the middle class was devastated.
Still, the Voodoo Economy had enough survivors to keep the produce-consume-discard cycle going. They serve as cogs in the machinery of the big corporations, keeping the deliverables moving down the pipeline. They buy the products too, and having the latest and greatest gadget is one of their few joys. Getting a bigger flat panel TV is a thrill, and upgrading their cell phone every year is a must. There’s a name for them: Bugmen.
Life in the Bug Hive
The Queen Bee supervising the drones
It’s a pretty hollow existence—not quite to Brave New World levels, but not far. Individualism means getting a tattoo or becoming an urban elf. They’re disconnected from their roots, yet avid participants in mass culture. Their entertainment is as much of a product as their news is. They know little of their own real culture; many even were taught that it’s evil. They care nothing for their folk, and some would even welcome their own extinction.
Still, Bugmen yearn for something missing in their lives. Some fill this void with movies and games about fantasy and adventure, also products. They get a glimpse of another world—a wilder one, filled with thrills and heroism. Even though it’s not real, it’s a welcome respite from quarterly reports and database-driven metrics. For others, their entertainment is sportsball, a vicarious whiff of something vaguely resembling the clash of arms of ancient city-states. As for relationships, there are apps for that, of course. If that’s slim pickings (which it usually is) another product is porn, an endless fountain of ersatz intimacy. All too often, family life is an afterthought.
The Bugmen are alone in crowded cities, scarcely knowing anyone, but at least there’s social media. Many have little to no use for religion; their righteousness is “social justice“. Some of the Bugmen even hope to upload their souls to the Matrix one day, a goal their CEOs enthusiastically desire too. Still, why bother? Essentially, they’re already there!
Via Breitbart:Planned Parenthood NYC Action’s new fundraising campaign touting the “freedom to f**k” comes in the wake of President Donald Trump’s nomination of Judge Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court.“New Yorkers have more sex than the rest of America (Woo! We did it!),” touts Planned Parenthood NYCAction. “Planned Parenthood of New York City is here to make sure that everyone has access to the sexual and reproductive health care services they need.”“F**k man spreaders … f**k anyone who can afford their rent, f**k whoever has a washer/dryer in their f**king apartments,” the video continues.
The clearly stated message at the conclusion of the video is “F**k New York and everyone in it. Protect our right to safely f**k whoever the f**k we want. Donate to Planned Parenthood.”
Though some constitutional experts say Roe v. Wade is not at stake with the nomination of Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court, the abortion industry has waged a fear-mongering campaign aimed at donations.
“Brett Kavanaugh has a dangerous track record of trying to block women from getting access to birth control and abortion care,” wrote Dawn Laguens, executive vice president of the Planned Parenthood Action Fund, in an email letter to supporters this week. “Just last year, he ruled to block an undocumented woman who recently entered the United States from obtaining an abortion. He also ruled in favor of bosses denying their employees birth control coverage based on their personal religious objections.”
“Now, President Trump wants Kavanaugh’s extreme views on the Supreme Court,” she continued. “Based on this record, we can safely assume that he will make good on Trump’s promise to only appoint justices who will overturn Roe v. Wade. We must stop Kavanaugh — this is a fight we can’t afford to lose.”
However, Leonard Leo, an outside adviser to Trump on Supreme Court nominations, has said the fate of Roe v. Wade remains uncertain and that the left is engaging in scare tactics that Trump’s nominee will overturn the controversial decision.
“We’ve been talking about this for 36 years, going all the way back to the nomination of Sandra O’Connor,” Leo said, according to ABC’s This Week. “And after that 36-year period, we only have a single individual on the court who has expressly said he would overturn Roe. So, I think it’s a bit of a scare tactic and ranks speculation more than anything else.”
Working moms… is this anyone more vain than a mother who has prioritized her career over the care and safety over her children? No, there isn’t.
Men don’t have a choice whether to work or not. A man’s ability to provide is a prerequisite to manhood. A man may choose not to support a family, but if he can’t support a family he is no man. We don’t have a choice. Women do. And if they choose to spend their time working rather than caring for their children they choose their own vanity over the safety of those children.
According to Time magazine, daycare costs on average $198 per child per week and an after-school sitter costs $215 a week. Even if a mother has only one child the amount of money she brings home after paying for child-care is negligible. Perhaps if women were better women and dropped the whole feminist act they’d be able to find a man who could support her and wanted to. Then those women could be loving mothers. Instead, women are choosing vanity, and it results in harm to their children.
These cases exemplify that.
Daycare Workers Neglect Your Children
The people work at daycare centers don’t love other people’s children. They may like to play with children or care for children… until they stop enjoying that. Children can be tiring and annoying, especially babies. When daycare workers get tired of children or annoyed by children they neglect children.
This is a first-person account of a working mother. On her first day back at work after maternity leave, she dropped her baby off at daycare. She went back less than three hours later to check on her baby, but by then it was too late. A daycare worker was incorrectly performing CPR on her deceased child. She later learned that the baby was furiously kicking in his sleep but the daycare workers chose not to investigate. The baby was also put to sleep on his side, not on his back. Mothers who love their children don’t typically make these mistakes.
The worst part of this mother’s account was how she contemplated daycare before doing it. After daycare costs, she was barely bringing home any money. She talked about it with her partner, the androgynously named Lee, who is not identified as the baby’s father, but decided that she would keep her job at a publishing house because of the health insurance for her child.
With hindsight, we see the wisdom of her decision.
Working Mom’s Neglect Their Children
All those laws about children not being allowed left in cars alone are because of working mothers.
In this first example, 35-year-old Karen Osorio-Martinez forgot about her 15-month-old baby, Sofia Aveiro, because she was running late for work. The baby was in the backseat of the car but the mother hurried to work as a scientist at Proctor & Gamble instead of going to the daycare just five minutes away. The baby forgotten in the backseat died due to heat.
Her husband’s name was Henrique Aveiro. Karen didn’t take her husband’s name. This is a signal of her vanity. She neglected her family because her job as a scientist and her individual identity was so important to her.
In another example of women loving their careers so much they’ll forget about their babies in the car, 38-year-old Nicole Engler of Oregon left her 21-month-old baby in the car while she went to work as, you guessed it, a pediatric nurse. The baby had passed away by the time she realized it was in the car when she left work for the day.
But the worst part of that story is what happened at lunchtime. She went out to the car to get some money to buy lunch at a coffee shop and still didn’t remember her baby in the backseat. Then she talked about the baby at the coffee and still didn’t remember the baby.
Needless to say, if these mothers were at home with their children these deaths could’ve been avoided.
Daycare Are Targets For Child Sexual Predators
Again, daycare workers care for your children until they don’t want to. Then they don’t really care about your children as long as they’re getting your money.
In this example, a woman ran a daycare out of her home. Her brother was the handyman there. He’s also a child molester. Years ago a mother told the daycare owner that the handyman molested her daughter. The owner said she would fire the handyman. But because the handyman is her brother, she didn’t. The sibling duo was finally arrested after another mother of a seven-year-old girl went to the police.
In the most sickening example yet, a woman working at a daycare admitted to raping four children. Her boyfriend was in prison for possession of child pornography. He told her to sexually abuse children and photograph it and send him the images and videos so that he could masturbate in prison. And she did it.
There she is, the child-rapist with whom mothers left their children, and the pedophile she loves.
When young women decide to get knocked up by bad boys rather than save themselves for a good man they have to pay for daycare themselves. It’s a safe bet they’ll pick the cheapest daycares they can, which don’t do background checks on their workers. And this is what happens as a result.
Is it worth it, the empowered lifestyle?
I can hear it now, “But some women have to work because…” Sure they do. “But those are the extremes.” Sure they are. Women have to use daycare because our individualist, feminist, post-industrial culture tells everyone they can do whatever they want. To young women that means sleeping around with bad boys or pursuing some career. Children won’t get in the way of their lifestyle, even if it means death or sexual abuse.
The purpose of this was not to blame individuals. I think those mothers learned a lesson too late. The purpose of this article is to highlight what happens to children when we encourage women to work rather than do the most important and noble thing a woman can do, raise the next generation.
For more from Jared Trueheart on the roles of men and women in literature and film check out his writing at Legends of Men.
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