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Erica Carle
May 20, 2009


The sociocrats are at it again! Here comes another ‘use-the-women’ program. This one is called “A Woman’s Nation.” None other than the wife of the California Governor was enlisted to launch the project and con other women into participating. She ought to know better, but obviously she does not. It seems plain to many of us that this project will be used to organize women to promote legislation that will destroy their own freedom. However, a good many naive females get all goosey bumpy about being called leaders and being asked for their uninformed opinions. They can hardly wait to participate.

As usual, recruitment begins with flattery. The Bible says, "A flattering mouth worketh ruin" (Proverbs 26:28), but the Gov’s wife lays it on: “Women are architects of change." "I am constantly inspired by the stories, ideas, and courage of women.” "This country is now what I like to call ‘A Woman’s Nation.'" "I am thrilled to launch ‘A Woman’s Nation’ a national project to paint the modern portrait of the American woman." "Women are becoming the primary breadwinners in more families than ever before."

After telling women how wonderful they are and how well they are doing the Gov’s wife gets down to business. She informs us that there will be discussions and roundtables, interviews with cultural icons and women leaders, research and reporting—all co-sponsored by TIME magazine.

The goal, we are told, is to promote a new definition of who the American woman is today, and what she needs and expects from our nation’s economic, cultural, and social institutions in order to thrive now and in the future. A book edited by feminists Heather Boushey and Ann O’Leary will be published this fall to report the findings

In other words—and without all the falderal—there is more suppressive women’s lib legislation in the hopper and it will take a multi-million-dollar promotion and lots of sociological-type deception to put it over. But fear not, American Woman, the Center for American Progress and the USC Annenberg Center on Communication, Leadership, and Policy know how to get things done. They know the pattern. They will follow the script. The goal very likely will be achieved. (For an example of scripting for change see Why Things Are The Way They Are P. 115-121)


The discussions, roundtables, interviews, research and reporting mentioned previously will be called scientific investigation. The legislators will believe the claim that real scientists are involved, and they will vote in favor of the laws even if they are not totally convinced that the result will be beneficial.

For a while everything will look hunky-dory to the home folks who don’t really know much more than their Congressmen do about the goals of the system. The states will go along as they always have, UNLESS some kind of miracle puts a stop to the process.

I believe you can gain some idea what laws might be contemplated if you know that the plans for women were laid out more than 150 years ago by Auguste Comte, the Crazy Frenchman and father of sociology, who died in 1857.

One of Comte’s most important goals for the future was to have all babies be the offspring of spouseless mothers. The reason given was that women can transfer their emotional nature to the children so that the heart will rule over the intellect. That, Comte believed, will lead first, to the worship of women, and then, to worship of all humanity as a collective entity.

Comte claimed that in raising children, “a female friend, if well chosen, who could make herself a member of the family, would in most cases do better than the father himself.” That was a call made more than 150 years ago for female/female families. It means that what the Gov’s wife said about women becoming primary breadwinners in more families than ever before is the obvious result of sociological manipulation and seduction.

With sociological sex education little girls are being pre-seduced before they leave junior high, and even before their first date. They are already “hot to trot” at age 13 and before.

Since female only and female/female families exist in large numbers, and are encouraged by universities, and by government and foundation grants, the coming legislation will certainly be focused on making life easier for spouseless mothers. Look at progress social science has made in the past 150 years toward the sociological goal of eliminating male participation in child raising.

ILLEGITIMACY RATES IN 1919 – “The city of Washington has an illegitimacy rate of 7.6 per cent., but that of the whites is 2.3 per cent., while that of the colored folk is 19.5 per cent. Likewise, Baltimore’s rate of 6.6 per cent., can be analyzed into race rates of 3.1 per cent., and 24.6.” -- What Is America Edward Alsworth Ross, Ph.D., LL.D., Professor of Sociology, University of Wisconsin; The Century Co. 1919; P. 41-43.

ILLEGITIMACY RATES IN 1999 - “In 1999 1.3 million babies were born to single mothers—a record . . . The problem is staggering: a 69% illegitimacy rate among black women . . . 42.2% among Hispanics and 22.1% among whites.” INVESTORS BUSINESS DAILY, April 19, 2001.

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Observe the "Woman’s Nation” program as it progresses. Share your observations with your friends. Perhaps you can find a way to reduce the enthusiasm of some of the goosey bumpy females who think they are leaders and world changers. Let them know they are following a script written more that 150 years ago.

Understanding past sneaky changes does help one understand the sneaky changes of the present and the future.

Read Why Things Are The Way They Are.

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Erica Carle is an independent researcher and writer. She has a B.S. degree from the University of Wisconsin. She has been involved in radio and television writing and production, and has also taught math and composition at the private school her children attended in Brookfield, Wisconsin. For ten years she wrote a weekly column, "Truth In Education" for WISCONSIN REPORT, and served as Education Editor for that publication.










For a while everything will look hunky-dory to the home folks who don’t really know much more than their Congressmen do about the goals of the system. The states will go along as they always have, UNLESS some kind of miracle puts a stop to the process.