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Abuser Says "Do as I say!"
The Prime Child Abuser Says "Do
as I say!"
Peter Zohrab 2018
Do as I say -- Don't do as I do!
The Prime Child Abuser Says "Do as I say -- Don't
do as I do!" Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern's government
has extended paid parental leave from 18 weeks to 26 weeks (gradually,
starting next month). Meanwhile, Prime Child Abuser Ardern herself is only
taking six weeks off after giving birth to her own baby!
So why is the Government encouraging all other mothers to take 26 weeks
off work at others' expense, while she herself only finds it necessary to
take six weeks off?
Of course, her partner, Clark Gayford, will be caring for the baby after
the initial six weeks. However, if that is acceptable, why does
the legislation give the right to paid leave only to the biological mother,
and give her the power to pass that right on
(or not) to her partner? That is pure Feminist sexism!
The Feminist excuse for giving this right and power exclusively to the biological
mother was that Parliament wanted to encourage breastfeeding, because of the
comparative health benefits to the baby of breast milk over purchased milk.
This can be seen by reading Hansard:
, where Sue Moroney states:
... Labour ... prefers to spend some money supporting the establishment
and maintenance of 6 months’ exclusive breastfeeding, as recommended
by the World Health Organization, than to spend an ever-increasing amount
of money on the hospitalisation of children and adults with preventable
respiratory and other related diseases.
Actually, Sue Moroney is grossly sexist and anti-male. She starts off her
speech, by saying, in Maori:
He aha te mea nui o te ao? He tangata, he tangata, he tangata. (What
is the most important thing in the World? People, people, people).
However, in practice she is only interested in women and should more honestly
He aha te mea nui o te ao? He wahine, he wahine, he wahine. (What is
the most important thing in the World? Women, women, women),
which is the unofficial slogan of the New Zealand Parliament,
media, justice system, health system and education system.
Secure mother-infant attachment is an important
predictor of resilience in later life....
Results indicated that there were statistically significant positive
correlations between father involvement and self-esteem,
life satisfaction, and lower perceived stress....
Moroney should stop being so sexist!
Moroney also blatantly lies and says:
This proposal has always been about choice for families....
whereas it is only the mother who has any choice!
So the Government is encouraging mothers to take 18
(later 26) weeks off, so that they can breast-feed their children -- and,
meanwhile, the Prime Child Abuser is committing child abuse by denying her
child breast milk for (18 - 6) 12 weeks -- unless she is taking the time to
express her breast milk into bottles for her partner to feed to the baby,
which I doubt she is doing! Meanwhile, her partner is legally only entitled
to as much paid parental leave as his female partner feels like allowing him
Women have less testosterone than men and testosterone
reduces lying in men. Therefore one would expect that women tell more
lies than men. However, since Toxic Femininity dominates universities (and
not just in New Zealand), one would be waiting a long time for academics to
research this topic! After all, the result of that research might reduce women's
self-esteem and we can't have that, can we?!
In having her continuing to carry out the job competently and diligently
really challenges the fact this is an issue. It's not an issue, and it's
great that we don't have to hide it...
In fact, she adduces absolutely no evidence that Adern was working just
as competently and diligently while pregnant as she was before she was pregnant.
Who would tell us if she wasn't? I know that heavily pregnant
women walk more slowly, wasting their employers' time, while they are
pregnant and there is research showing negative psychological effects of pregnancy.
It is potentially destabilising to have the head of a minor party, Winston
Peters, as Acting Prime Minister, while Jacinda Ardern is child-minding. Moreover,
Mai Chen does not even address the issue of whether there will be negative
effects on the child! In fact, no journalists or politicians have addressed
that issue, as far as I know. As I have shown previously,
Feminist lawyers and politicians have no interest in intellectual honesty,
when it comes to the issue of pregnancy and work. Everything
in New Zealand is always about the health and welfare of women -- ignoring
the health and welfare of unborn children, born children and men.
So it is no surprise that this government wants to decriminalise abortion!
Who cares about children -- it's all about women!
Men have no rights,
but aren't less human.
We blame sexism.
17 December 2018