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American Women, Equality And Human Rights

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If you ask most American women, or men, the following question: "Do you think that women and men are equal in terms of human rights in the United States and enjoy having the same equal social, economic benefits and representation?" Nine out of ten will say yes. - But contrary to the said popular myth, Judeo-Christian male masters are in charge. Women are now over 50% of the work force in the Unites States, which means they pay more taxes than men, therefore the US federal, state and local budget are paid for on almost an equal bases by women and men. - The best case of taxation without representation -!

American women have been brainwashed to believe that they are treated as equals by the men in charge. - Feminism has long been dead, the so-called liberal left, bankrupt and sold-out, the conservative right, is completely wrong, but they have already agreed that female equality in the Unites States should be defined as, and masked under a limited abortion right, thus by using the inhuman and ugly term, abortion, or the conservative label: killing babies, as the symbol and definition of female equality and rights, these opposing forces of female equality had transformed women to an incubator, with a limited rights to aboard her unborn infant, with their permission, are effectively denigrating and undermining true female equality and dignity.

If women and men were truly equals, by now, there should have been an equal rights amendment to the US constitution making it absolutely mandatory that from every district in the Unites States, one woman and one man must be elected to the US Congress. Since the US population is consisting of more than 50% women, and women are also providing more than 50% of US annual revenue, it is only fair that all government employees and all of the elected officials also be composed of 50% women and 50% men. - But we know that is not what is going on; the Judeo-Christian male masters are even legislating to control women's body and sexuality down to their uterus. - So where is the dignifying equal rights -?

Having said that, we should also remind ourselves that the biggest, and the best grass-root monumental social and political movements, protests and marches have always been organized by at best, not more than a dozen caring and compassionate people, which means it is not that difficult to galvanize and organize first the American women and men, followed by the Europeans support for a true female equal rights. - Ones this magnificent movement gets off the ground, its positive, energizing and encouraging vibes, will spread around the world, specially in the tyrannical regimes, the likes of Iranian government, through the reverberation of this massive and powerful movement, seen on mass media on an international level, things will begin to change peacefully for the betterment of the humankind.

Lastly, we must instill the following meaning in the public's mind, that by solving humanity's major problem of female slavery / lack of equality and human rights, through raising awareness and supporting the implementation of a worldwide, rightful, dignifying female equality, empowerment and human rights, we can effectively put an immediate end to all wars, terrorism, political instabilities, tyrannical governments, economic hardship, poverty, domestic violence, sexual abuse, child abuse, famine and our rampant environmental degradation and Global Warming. - And finally the rightful female equality and empowerment would make the desired prospers utopian world possible for all of humankind. -

The only formula for success: ( Womankind + Mankind = Humankind )

- - Those who profess to favor freedom and yet depreciate agitation, are people who want crops without ploughing the ground; they want rain without thunder and lightning; they want the ocean without the roar of its many waters. The struggle may be a moral one, or it may be a physical one, or it may be both. But it must be a struggle. Power concedes nothing without a demand; it never has and it never will. - - Frederick Douglass
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I am Bahram Maskanian, a Persian American man, born May 17, 1959, in Tehran, Iran, Planet Earth, Milky Way Galaxy, The Universe. I am a political, social justice, activist, essayist, environmentalist, male-feminist, database - website designer, (more...)
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