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The Debauchery of American Womanhood
« on: November 26, 2005, 07:51:54 AM »

Interesting article I came across surfin... hits many nails on the
head...  please pass it along...
Ras F


The Debauchery of American Womanhood: Bikini vs. Burka
By Henry Makow Ph.D.

On my wall, I have a picture of a Muslim woman shrouded in a burka.

Beside it is a picture of an American beauty contestant, wearing
nothing but a bikini.

One woman is totally hidden from the public; the other is totally
exposed. These two extremes say a great deal about the clash of
so-called "civilizations."

The role of woman is at the heart of any culture. Apart from stealing
Arab oil, the impending war in the Middle East is about stripping
Arabs
of their religion and culture, exchanging the burka for a bikini.

I am not an expert on the condition of Muslim women and I love
feminine
beauty too much to advocate the burka here. But I am defending some
of
the values that the burka represents for me.

For me, the burka represents a woman's consecration to her husband
and
family. Only they see her.

It affirms the privacy, exclusivity and importance of the domestic
sphere.

The Muslim woman's focus is her home, the "nest" where her children
are
born and reared. She is the "home" maker, the taproot that sustains
the
spiritual life of the family, nurturing and training her children,
providing refuge and support to her husband.

In contrast, the bikinied American beauty queen struts practically
naked in front of millions on TV. A feminist, she belongs to herself.
In practice, paradoxically, she is public property. She belongs to no
one and everyone. She shops her body to the highest bidder. She is
auctioning herself all of the time.

In America, the cultural measure of a woman's value is her sex
appeal.
(As this asset depreciates quickly, she is neurotically obsessed with
appearance and plagued by weight problems.)

As an adolescent, her role model is Britney Spears, a singer whose
act
approximates a strip tease. From Britney, she learns that she will be
loved only if she gives sex. Thus, she learns to "hook up" rather
than
to demand patient courtship and true love. As a result, dozens of
males
know her before her husband does. She loses her innocence, which is a
part of her charm. She becomes hardened and calculating. Unable to
love, she is unfit to receive her husband's seed.

The feminine personality is founded on the emotional relationship
between mother and baby. It is based on nurturing and self-sacrifice.
Masculine nature is founded on the relationship between hunter and
prey. It is based on aggression and reason.

Feminism teaches woman that feminine nature has resulted in
"oppression" and that she should convert to male behavior instead.
The
result: a confused and aggressive woman with a large chip on her
shoulder, unfit to become a wife or mother.

This, of course, is the goal of the social engineers at the NWO:
undermine sexual identity and destroy the family, create social and
personal dysfunction, and reduce population. In the "brave new
world,"
women are not supposed to be "nest" makers, or progenitors of the
race.
They are meant to be neutered autonomous creatures that indulge in
sex
for physical pleasure, not for love or procreation.

At his press conference on Sunday, Donald Rumsfeld said that Iranian
women and youth were restive under the rule of the Mullahs. He
implied
that the US would soon liberate them. To Britney Spears? To low-rise
"see-my-thong" pants? To the mutual masturbation that passes for
sexuality in America?

Parenthood is the pinnacle of human development. It is the stage when
we finally graduate from self-indulgence and become God's surrogates:
creating and nurturing new life. The New World Order does not want us
to reach this level of maturity. Pornography is the substitute for
marriage. We are to remain stunted: single, sex-starved and
self-obsessed.

We are not meant to have a permanent "private" life. We are to remain
lonely and isolated, dependent on consumer products for our identity,
in a state of perpetual courtship.

This is especially destructive for woman. Her sexual attraction is a
function of her fertility. As fertility declines, so does her sex
appeal. If a woman devotes her prime years to becoming "independent,"
she is not likely to find a permanent mate.

Her long-term personal fulfillment and happiness lies in making
marriage and family her first priority.

Feminism is another cruel New World Order hoax that has debauched
American women and despoiled Western civilization. It has ruined
millions of lives and represents a lethal threat to Islam.

I am not advocating the burka but rather some of the values that it
represents, specifically a woman's consecration to her future husband
and family, and the modesty and dignity this entails.

The burka and the bikini represent two extremes. The answer lies
somewhere in the middle.

Henry Makow received his Ph.D. in English Literature from the
University of Toronto.
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Re: The Debauchery of American Womanhood
« Reply #1 on: November 26, 2005, 04:40:27 PM »

Blessings

Give thanks for the article, Toshite. Interesting read for this here gyal.

Be blessed.
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Re: The Debauchery of American Womanhood
« Reply #2 on: November 26, 2005, 05:18:57 PM »

yes I great post toshite


The Muslim woman's focus is her home, the "nest" where her children  
are  
born and reared. She is the "home" maker, the taproot that sustains  
the  
spiritual life of the family, nurturing and training her children,  
providing refuge and support to her husband.


carla and all empress i have a question
if your husband or partner perceived this as your role in life would you be happy or feel oppressed?

peace and love
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Re: The Debauchery of American Womanhood
« Reply #3 on: November 26, 2005, 07:38:13 PM »

Blessings

Quote
yes I great post toshite

 
The Muslim woman's focus is her home, the "nest" where her children  
are  
born and reared. She is the "home" maker, the taproot that sustains  
the  
spiritual life of the family, nurturing and training her children,  
providing refuge and support to her husband.


 carla and all empress i have a question
if your husband or partner perceived this as your role in life would you be happy or feel oppressed?

peace and love

Hmmm... Now that sure feels like a loaded question.  [smiley=tongue.gif] [smiley=grin.gif]

I would say that it is not my husband's or partner's decision to determine my "role" in life. That is solely for ME to determine based on what I feel Jah wants of me. The resistence to this role arises when men try to mandate this for the wombman. Most wombmen are willing to freely give love and support to their families. This is a gift. It cannot be expected or demanded by another. Instead it must be appreciloved. And only when a wombman is made whole can she freely give this blessing of her wombanhood to others.

Conversly, if a man seeks these qualities as the greatest significance of the wombman, then certainly he has the right to seek out a wombman who displays this to a greater degree.

Be blessed.
« Last Edit: November 26, 2005, 07:40:47 PM by Carla »
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Re: The Debauchery of American Womanhood
« Reply #4 on: November 26, 2005, 08:00:28 PM »

blessed
carla that was a very diplomatic answer and i was preparing my retort [smiley=rolleyes.gif]
gotta say i agree a 100% for any team to work, all members gotta know what role the others gonna play from the start

the thing i dont get is why some woman feel the role the muslim (traditional) wife plays, is of less importance than that of the modern woman, when infact nurturing life is godly. my mums the closest thing to god ill ever know and id like the same for my own children and my life partner,

[size=18]bless all the mothers[/size]

peace and love
« Last Edit: November 26, 2005, 08:04:33 PM by soul-jah »
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Re: The Debauchery of American Womanhood
« Reply #5 on: November 26, 2005, 09:03:35 PM »

Blessings

Seen Soul-Jah. I only want all wombmen to have the rights to choose what they want to do with their lives. If a wombman is happy in a more traditional role, she should not be made to feel that her role is subservient. However, western society does make wombmen feel this way. On the other hand, if a wombman feels she can contribute outside of the home, she should again be able to do so. A wombman is no one's property. Theocratic societies want to say that the wombmen is the property of the man. I have said before, I will never be dominated but I will submit (i.e., freely give) to the right man.

As the article states, "These two extremes say a great deal about the clash of so-called 'civilizations'."

Be blessed.
« Last Edit: November 26, 2005, 09:04:56 PM by Carla »
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Re: The Debauchery of American Womanhood
« Reply #6 on: November 28, 2005, 06:34:12 AM »

Thanks Carla.
You said what i thought but in a far more diplomatic way than i would have responded! But that is good. Sometimes it's hard to word things the right way!
As a wombman i feel stronger all the time about what i will do with my life. I have always had a problem with authority, so... if i feel that i am being smothered or having to be a servant i tend to rebel to the extreme. If one day i do meet the right person then yes i will be happy to make that commitment. However, I am in a bad space right now and all relationships feel like sinking ships to me.
I really enjoyed reading the article that toshIte posted, it raises many questions in my own thoughts about a wombmans place in this world. [smiley=smiley.gif]
Thanks for posting it.
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Re: The Debauchery of American Womanhood
« Reply #7 on: November 29, 2005, 05:51:34 AM »

juss wanted to add some of this to some of that. imo what this woman has to say has value also. i think this has been posted before, so it's an oldie but goodie, no? [smiley=smiley.gif]

http://www.muslim-refusenik.com/index.html  
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Re: The Debauchery of American Womanhood
« Reply #8 on: December 21, 2005, 01:31:09 AM »

I found that comment about "stripping them" of the barka kind of weird.
Those women are forced to wear the barka, true some of them enjoy it and feel pride for it as they should, you should never feel shame for the culture in which you come from but on the other hand, they should be able to make the choice without fear of persucusion. I knew a guy that was from Iran and he was always saying that he couldn't wait to get his mom and mother in law to the US with him so that they wouldn't have to "wear those damned things on their head" (his words NOT mine). I think that it is wrong for anyone to feel as though it's alright to defile a culture just beacause it is something that is alien to them....but some of those women want the help, they have secret organizations to give women education and all that which they have to do in secret for the fear of persucusion. As an american woman, I know that women in the US take there clothes a bit too far, breasts popping out and thongs sticking out.....it just looks like there clothes don't fit right, I don't understand it! But ultimately it is Jah that is the only one to judge.
Jah bless and protect you ALL,
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