Wednesday, August 30, 2006

Status of Women

Here is a list of a few social-conservative blogs written by canadian women, who are pro-life, pro-family, and anti-feminist. The subject of interest here is Actual the government funded group Status of Women. I quote:

On August 14, LifeSiteNews.com reported that Status of Women (SoW) was likely using public funds to launch a massive counter offensive in the media after human rights group REAL Women of Canada had sent letters to MP's calling for the organization to be defunded and dissolved.

When the main Canadian media outlets ignored the story, it was taken up on the blogs - live online journals by private individuals - largely women,who say they were tired both of Status of Women's radical feminist agenda in Canadian politics and the media's campaign of silence against any opposed opinion.

Calling SoW (Status of Women) "elitist and undemocratic", Susanne wrote Tuesday on her blog, Big Blue Wave, "So it's a bunch of radical feminist bureaucrats consulting radical feminists to hear what they want to hear to promote more radical feminism on my dime."

"When you question your government, your government will use your ownmoney> against you to punish you for daring to speak out," Susanne added.

http://bluewavecanada.blogspot.com/
http://climbingoutofthedark.blogspot.com/
http://relapsedcatholic.blogspot.com
http://familymatterswithdianne.blogspot.com

I happen to not like liberal bashing much, or rather the taking for granted that all liberals think the same way on everything and none of it is any good, (because you know, amazingly enough, I agree with a lot of what some liberals say), oh, unless it's the Liberal Party, then you can bash away,... but if you overlook a tiny bit of that, what they have to say is very interesting. In the same way, I despise conservative bashing by liberals. Actually, this whole "Liberal vs Conservative" thing just seems so American, because in real life, (here in Canada) none of the people I know very well refer to themselves as either one or the other, and neither do I. I think many of us are somewhere in between.