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“If I have a female lawyer in front of me and it doesn’t matter what she has achieved, and next to her is a mother of five, six, seven children, and they are in great health and well educated by her, then I want to say, From the eternal point of view of the eternal value of our people, the woman who is able to have children and  raised them and thereby gave our people the ability to live in the future – has achieved more. She assists us to avoid the death of our people.”

Add to this quote the fact that the lawyer, if she did deign to breed, would probably have relegated the raising of her offspring to a mercenary nursemaid of questionable abilities, likely of a different race, and with a low IQ, or, worse still, an androgynous “Stay-at-Home-Dad” type who couldn’t make it in the workplace and who waddled about, foisting his fumbling parenting skills on vulnerable children in between his video game sessions.

After all, this lawyer would argue, they needed” the money – how else could she afford her beauty parlour sessions, leased, luxury car, tattoos, et al? Her biggest mistake was either marrying a man who was incapable of making enough money to provide for his family or falling for the lie of Cultural Marxist Feminism.

Julie Beck said, “There is eternal influence and power in motherhood.”

The family is the most important building block of a strong society, and it is, therefore, the prime target of the Liberals. Lee Iacocca wrote, “The only rock I know that stays steady, the only institution I know that works is the family.” And W.R. Wallace wrote, “The hand that rocks the cradle is the hand that rules the world.” One can’t be a part-time mother; it is the most important job in the world, and it only works properly when there is a father involved in raising the children, too. And children need their parents and their grandparents.

Sheri L. Drew wrote, “Motherhood is more than bearing children; it is the essence of who we are as women.” 

David McKay wrote, “Motherhood is the greatest potential influence either for good or ill in human life. The mother’s image is the first that stamps itself on the unwritten page of the young child’s mind. It is her caress that first awakens a sense of security; her kiss, the first realization of affection; her sympathy and tenderness, the first assurance that there is love in the world.”

Robin Elliott

P.S. You may be interested to learn, as was I, that the quote about the lawyer and the mother was by the same man who banned vivisection and the testing of drugs on animals and animal cruelty, insisted on the end of pornography, campaigned against smoking, prohibited the sale of alcohol to minors, banned the inhuman ritual slaughter of animals as kosher and halal, and much more, was Adolf Hitler.

 

 

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