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The Feminist Sword

Throughout history it is the men who have carried the swords, spilled blood, and initiated great evils on their fellow man.  Brutality has long been aligned with masculinity, so much so that we sometimes celebrate it as a part of the male nature.  We applaud the manly strength of the world’s gladiators as they tear into one another, and appreciate the duty of men that go to war to kill and destroy.  Fail to fight like a man?  Well, don’t forget your purse on your way out Nancy. 

It was a man who led this world into its darkest hour – a true man some might say.  He was forceful, confident, and ruthless.  A great leader in his own right, other men followed him and envied him.  They too adopted his traits and started the most deadly war this world has ever seen.  We call it a World War because nearly the entire world was involved in some way.  Between 40 and 72 million people lost their lives because of men and their brutality – the greatest loss of life any war has tallied. 

Surely, if women were in charge no such wars would have come.  It is not the feminine nature to be so carnal and cruel.  Women have long acted as the balance to our atrocities – softening the vicious intents of the masculine drive.  They are the interceding hand that, even with frailty, can loosen a man’s grip from the sword.  The feminine nature, some might argue, is superior due to their ability to pacify carnality.

Of course, there’s another side to this story.  For every Hitler there is a Gandhi, and not all women are Mother Teresa.  In fact, the single deadliest man-made movement in the history of the world isn’t man-lead.  We still grieve and fear the horrors of World War II, where men rushed off to face their foe.  22,000 people died every day because of politics, nationalism, and hatred.  Unfortunately, that is only 1/5th of the daily deaths that are brought about by abortion.  In the deadliest war of all time, our low estimation of death cannot reach the yearly average of the 42 million abortions. 

It is the new holocaust, a tragedy ignored, spoken of softly for fear of retaliation.  These brutes don’t wear arm bands or uniforms to identify themselves.  They aren’t discriminate toward any race or religion; their target is an unborn child.  Like the murderous movements that occurred before, the victims have been dehumanized in the eyes of their executioners.  Justification, in spite of reason, is that cells do not constitute a person.  There are no mass graves for these sub-humans, only bloody waste bags.

That isn’t to say that the movement isn’t sexist.  The great irony is that abortion discriminates against women.  The fact that females are being aborted at a much greater rate than males worldwide is cause for concern among feminists who have fought for abortion rights for decades.  Their feminist sentiments aren’t stirred due to the loss of the potential women who could have done great things in the world, but because it brings legitimacy to their retractors in the form of hypocrisy. 

Mara Hvistendahl, author of the book “Unnatural Selection”, a feminist, and abortion rights proponent thinks that ultrasound testing prior to abortion should be made illegal.  She believes that knowing the sex of the baby is an abuse of their “reproductive rights”.  What ever happened to “keep your hands off my vagina”?  If pro-life groups had made such a proposal it would have been considered an intrusion on the right of the woman and her decision to abort.

Feminists see that this issue is tough to defend, so they have dropped their “principles” in order to prevent what Mara calls “feminists’ worst nightmare: a ban on all abortions.”  Notice that this feminist’s worst nightmare isn’t the death of 163 million females, but the end to their ability to abort them.  Where is that carnal pacification now?  Perhaps my image of femininity is romanticized, but it isn’t a woman using a pile of 163 million dead female fetuses as her stage to argue on behalf of women’s rights. 

Men are bringers of death and women the bringers of life.  All things seen, this once ingrained truth is mocked by reality.  Women now carry the sword.


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  • Jim at Conservatives on Fire July 6, 2011 at 12:28 PM

    Reasoning and rationalizing are not the same thing. But a lot of women would disagree with me apparently.
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    • RightHandMan
      RightHandMan July 7, 2011 at 1:20 AM

      They disagree with me a lot too. 🙂

  • Trestin July 6, 2011 at 1:28 PM

    The numbers are staggering. It makes you wonder how many of them would have become world changing individuals.
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    • RightHandMan
      RightHandMan July 7, 2011 at 1:21 AM

      Sadly, we’ll never know.

  • Silverfiddle July 6, 2011 at 7:27 PM

    Very thoughtful post. The left is expert at framing an issue. This is a perfect example, making infanticide a womans rights issue
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    • RightHandMan
      RightHandMan July 7, 2011 at 1:22 AM

      Thank you for reading.

  • Steve Dennis July 6, 2011 at 8:30 PM

    Wow, great post!
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    • RightHandMan
      RightHandMan July 7, 2011 at 1:22 AM

      Thanks Steve.

  • Bob Mack July 7, 2011 at 12:47 AM

    “It is not the feminine nature to be so carnal and cruel.”

    Some 19th century captives that had experience with knife wielding Apache or Afghani women may have disagreed with that observation. At any event, my opinion on abortion is the same as President Reagan’s:

    “I’ve noticed that everybody that is for abortion has already been born.”
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  • RightHandMan
    RightHandMan July 7, 2011 at 1:23 AM

    I’m sure that they would. As I said, there are exceptions – but by and large the statement is true.

    I love the Ronnie quote. 🙂

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  • Mike July 7, 2011 at 8:50 AM

    Damn feminists are going to be the ruination of America. Perhaps I missed it, but where’s the feminist outrage over the fact that most of the aborted babies are minorities, as is where most abortion clinics, in minority neighborhoods.
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