‘Equality’ has become one of the dirtiest words in the English language.
Once a noble term referring to the fight for legal equality, the term has since come to mean equality of outcome, shared misery, and a deficit of common sense.
In the latest bid for ‘equality’ Congress and military officials are reportedly drafting up bills that would require your daughters, wives, sisters, mothers, and female cousins to forcefully serve in the military.
I am not going to point out the obvious insanity and indecency of this tone deaf move, i’ll let some of the sources below dive deeper into that—not that it really needs an explanation, but here we are.
What I want to say, and something almost no one else is saying, is that the draft in and of itself has become one of the dirtiest words in the English language.
Once again, this was a word which once served a noble purpose—taking down Hitler for example, but things have since changed, and the government of The U.S. has become one of the most corrupt institutions in the world.
Military conflicts no longer protect the country, they protect “U.S. interests” a nebulous term which means the interests of billionaires, defense contractors, oil tycoons, corporations, and big big banks.
We need look no further than who supported this new bill—Liz Cheney, the RINO and daughter of war criminal Dick Cheney, to get a clear indication of what this bill stands for.
If Congress wants to draft anyone into the military at this point, I suggest making all U.S. armed forces purely defensive not expeditionary—just like The IDF.
There is absolutely no good reason to send our sons, and soon our daughters, to go fight overseas wars to secure and protect the interests of oligarchs.
If Korea, Vietnam, Cambodia, Somalia, Iraq and Afghanistan weren’t all wake up calls to this, then I don’t know what it is going to take to wake people up.
Here is the latest insanity they are trying to push through:
Even though only 1 in 3 women support the idea, the defense budget bill in the U.S. has been amended to require all women over the age of 18 to register for the draft.
This is bad politics and really bad everything else too.
— Card₳no Dan 🇺🇸 🇯🇵 🇪🇹 🇹🇿 🌑 ADA (@CardanoDan) September 3, 2021
Congress ignores biology, human nature, and decency in moving to make women draft-eligible https://t.co/zhfQnBp4NN (Washington Examiner)
— U.S. House News (@USHouseNews) September 3, 2021
The House Armed Services Committee on Wednesday voted to require women to register for the military draft, making the change one step closer to becoming law after senators endorsed the move this summer.
During late night deliberations on the committee’s annual defense policy bill, lawmakers voted 35-24 to adopt an amendment from Rep. Chrissy Houlahan (D-Pa.) to expand registration for the Selective Service System beyond men.
“We don’t just want to abolish selective service; we want to abolish the poverty draft, and U.S. militarism altogether.”
— Women's Action for New Directions – WAND (@WomensAction) September 3, 2021
The U.S. really shouldn't be thinking of including women in a future draft. A better direction would be to eliminate all drafts, and stop invading other countries for corporate profits.https://t.co/WKjFOL9GPx
— ProgressiveHub (@Prog__Hub) August 29, 2021
Washington Examiner pointed out the indecency:
And, of course, while captured men can be tortured, the particular sex-based ramifications of the torture, as indicated above, can be very different.
Nobody seriously argues that women should be discriminated against or denied opportunities their own free will and work can secure. There is every reason, however, to be discriminate, in the adjectival sense of the word meaning to “make nice distinctions,” in what the law mandates from men and women. That which is allowed ought not necessarily be required, and in some cases, it absolutely should not be.
Every Democrat on the committee made a bad vote on the draft, as did Republican Reps. Michael Waltz of Florida, Jack Bergman of Michigan, Liz Cheney of Wyoming, and Patrick Fallon of Texas. All of them, indeed every member of Congress, should reconsider.