Globalism vs Women’s Rights

There is a very powerful and well-funded movement known as the globalist movement. Often this movement is spun as some sort of ideal or a utopian path.

The reality is quite different.

Globalism is about a very small group of people controlling the world. This article will look at the impact of globalism on women’s rights.

I think most people can agree that women’s rights vary greatly around the globe. I think it would also be safe to say that the vast majority of women in the world do not enjoy the same level of freedom as women in Western countries. So how will the globalist agenda ever change the rest of the world when it comes to women’s rights? The reality is that so many countries will never follow western values and thus weakening western women’s rights are far more feasible to the globalist movement.

There are numerous clear examples of this.

https://www.theguardian.com/public-leaders-network/2017/nov/25/women-deserve-protection-from-male-violence-refuge-cuts-un-elimination-of-domestic-sexual-violence

“Hard-fought campaigns for women’s rights are being casually undone. For example, just 15 years ago, women and children were able to escape violence and abuse by fleeing to refuges and then moving into permanent social housing. Yet a woman in one of our refuges told me last week of a local authority housing department who did not support her – and she was forced to return to her abusive partner with her three-year-old.”

This article is from the UK, where massive, unchecked immigration for decades has led to a huge culture shift. Is it any wonder that women’s rights are being rolled back or ignored as more cultures come in where women simply never had rights?

https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2011/jun/07/feminism-domestic-violence-men

“Feminism took up the cause of domestic abuse of women in the 1970s, with the world's first women's refuge being opened by Erin Pizzey in 1971.”

The current globalist weapon in the western world has been the juggernaut of racism, race baiting and bullying, disguised as policy. There have been and still are politicians and public servants who are so scared of being labelled as racist or an xenophobe / islamophobe that they are too scared to bring up issues, such as child exploitation, domestic violence and rape / grooming gangs.

When our governments refuse to protect our citizens from the most malicious, evil and life altering actions of groups of people in our societies, our governments fail everyone. In another article I pointed out how this happens.

https://www.facebook.com/globalismvsdemocracy/posts/1427497310651872

Labour MP Sarah Champion (UK) was quoted as saying…
"If I'm on the floppy left, to be accused of racism is probably the worst thing you can call me," she said.

This is a white woman, who spoke out against Pakistani men in the UK, who groomed and sex-trafficked little white girls. She was quickly slammed for saying it was mostly Pakistani men and was so worried about being labeled a racist that she apologized. It did not matter that her words were true, but rather the optics of those words were deemed politically incorrect.

So now the truth is racist and facts are discriminatory.

She was forced to resign. Even after she resigned, she still said her comments were factual.

I wonder how many cases of gender mutilation, incestuous marriage and child trafficking rings will never be investigated due to the politically sensitive nature of things.

I wonder how many women will be forced to submit or lose their children to sharia law divorce arbitration. It is clear that this issue is only going to get worse for the Western world and as an extension, the rest of the world.
Globalism vs Women’s Rights There is a very powerful and well-funded movement known as the globalist movement. Often this movement is spun as some sort of ideal or a utopian path. The reality is quite different. Globalism is about a very small group of people controlling the world. This article will look at the impact of globalism on women’s rights. I think most people can agree that women’s rights vary greatly around the globe. I think it would also be safe to say that the vast majority of women in the world do not enjoy the same level of freedom as women in Western countries. So how will the globalist agenda ever change the rest of the world when it comes to women’s rights? The reality is that so many countries will never follow western values and thus weakening western women’s rights are far more feasible to the globalist movement. There are numerous clear examples of this. https://www.theguardian.com/public-leaders-network/2017/nov/25/women-deserve-protection-from-male-violence-refuge-cuts-un-elimination-of-domestic-sexual-violence “Hard-fought campaigns for women’s rights are being casually undone. For example, just 15 years ago, women and children were able to escape violence and abuse by fleeing to refuges and then moving into permanent social housing. Yet a woman in one of our refuges told me last week of a local authority housing department who did not support her – and she was forced to return to her abusive partner with her three-year-old.” This article is from the UK, where massive, unchecked immigration for decades has led to a huge culture shift. Is it any wonder that women’s rights are being rolled back or ignored as more cultures come in where women simply never had rights? https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2011/jun/07/feminism-domestic-violence-men “Feminism took up the cause of domestic abuse of women in the 1970s, with the world's first women's refuge being opened by Erin Pizzey in 1971.” The current globalist weapon in the western world has been the juggernaut of racism, race baiting and bullying, disguised as policy. There have been and still are politicians and public servants who are so scared of being labelled as racist or an xenophobe / islamophobe that they are too scared to bring up issues, such as child exploitation, domestic violence and rape / grooming gangs. When our governments refuse to protect our citizens from the most malicious, evil and life altering actions of groups of people in our societies, our governments fail everyone. In another article I pointed out how this happens. https://www.facebook.com/globalismvsdemocracy/posts/1427497310651872 Labour MP Sarah Champion (UK) was quoted as saying… "If I'm on the floppy left, to be accused of racism is probably the worst thing you can call me," she said. This is a white woman, who spoke out against Pakistani men in the UK, who groomed and sex-trafficked little white girls. She was quickly slammed for saying it was mostly Pakistani men and was so worried about being labeled a racist that she apologized. It did not matter that her words were true, but rather the optics of those words were deemed politically incorrect. So now the truth is racist and facts are discriminatory. She was forced to resign. Even after she resigned, she still said her comments were factual. I wonder how many cases of gender mutilation, incestuous marriage and child trafficking rings will never be investigated due to the politically sensitive nature of things. I wonder how many women will be forced to submit or lose their children to sharia law divorce arbitration. It is clear that this issue is only going to get worse for the Western world and as an extension, the rest of the world.
I work with women facing domestic and sexual violence: it’s devastating to see how much progress is unravelling
Today we work tirelessly just to defend the ground that we won in the years since the first safe houses for women were opened over more than 40 years ago
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