Saturday, January 09, 2016

Repost from 2006: Issue Still Remains Relevant Ten Year Later

The Brotherhood
I found the following policy changes from China vis-à-vis adoption for single parents (really single women as few 
single men ever adopt, even through they’ve had the ability to do so for decades now) rather interesting. It 
followed very closely on the heels of other countries such as England and the Netherlands banning the use of 
anonymous sperm donors anymore (they are now illegal in both places).

So this is just continuation of the hate campaign against women in their role as mothers as men continue their 
ongoing attempts to be in charge of everything again.

Clearly listening to the 'spin' emanating on a daily basis from the western media about how horrible mothers are 
(particularly single mothers, but they are targeting all mothers ultimately with this propaganda), how many of us 
murder our children, abandon them regularly to homeless men (as the current movie “The Pursuit of Happyness” 
would have us believe), how insignificant the mother/child bond is compared to say a male penguin bonding with 
an egg, or a sperm donor with a dixie cup, all of this propaganda and spin, going unchallenged for the most part, 
led to the recent turnabout in China’s adoption policy.

The same way it incited England and the Netherlands to outlaw anonymous sperm donors a year or so back.

Now, of course, every woman in either of those countries wishing to become a mother, without the requisite male 
overseer being put in charge of her, will have to leave these places to seek out donors elsewhere. This will 
probably lead to more sickness being spread amongst the general populations there, as many other countries 
that allow anonymous sperm donors aren’t as careful about testing for various blood-borne diseases as England 
or the Netherlands probably was.

It will probably also lead to more women becoming pregnant through one-night stands and just refusing to 
identify the recreational sperm donor. Since remember even going to the trouble and expense of using a sperm 
bank is really a ‘tip of the hat’ to women’ ethics in this area, trying to avoid involving a sperm donor in the 
expense of raising a child he had no wish to create. It’s not something women need to continue doing, if it 
becomes too much trouble and expense for them to bother with.

Additionally, it will lead to further drops in populations in the west, as women will continue not having children 
under the threats of these ongoing custody wars incited by men. Most of these custody/legalized abduction 
actions instigated to relieve men of the financial responsibility of fatherhood. Anyway, that’s the real motivation 
behind women using all of these extraordinary processes to have children: anonymous sperm donors, single 
parent adoptions of foreign orphans, etc. It is women in their ongoing attempts to try and head off some stingy 
cheapskate/control freak from having any legal rights to her children. To short-circuit the use of the power of the 
state to harass and terrorize her and some poor kid for up to 18 or so years, if not permanently…

Last, but not least, even though many women here don’t want to face this part, it will eventually lead to the same 
thing happening in the US of A. It’s just a question of time really. The writing is on the wall (in spite of the many 
highly publicized stories about celebrities such as Mary Cheney being allowed to impregnate herself, probably 
via an anonymous sperm donor) this is not an option that is going to be available much longer for women in this 

Ideas have consequences, as this latest example of the reaction to single women from the west adopting their 
unwanted population of girl children in China has shown us.

As I, for one, don’t think for a moment that this policy was changed due to the best interest of those orphans. 
China, as a society, has shown its complete lack of regard for its female population many times. Even the fact 
that most of the those orphans are girls shows the low regard that their society places on women to begin with, 
that’s why baby girls are abandoned in the first place. Since the one-child policy has been put in place, everyone 
wants a boy. Thus a girl baby is tossed out like an old pair of shoes in the nearest ditch, so a mother can be 
allowed a ‘do-over’ and try for a boy with a second pregnancy. Actually now that they have sonar technology, 
many in China just abort a girl fetus as soon as it’s identified, so the whole Chinese orphan situation can pretty 
much become a moot issue in a few years anyway.

Anyhow single women adopting these little girls and bringing them to the west to raise them had little or no 
impact on China overall. Other then saving some girls from either death or a miserable existence, once they 
become adults in a society that could care less about women. Nevertheless, I think it’s instructive for us to 
review how/why the adoption policy came to be changed recently; as it can tell us a lot about what to expect 
in the future for western societies.

So what was the rationale underlying China’s policy changes: I believe it was threefold: the first one being the 
usual backhanded swipe at western civilization in general. This is similar to what progressives in the US did when 
they helped ban white middle-class families from adopting black orphans. It’s part and parcel of the whole 
bruhaha that we saw flare up over the Madonna adoption controversy, for instance, as in: better a million children 
dead of starvation in the streets before allowing a westerner to adopt a single one of them.

The second one, I believe, is sheer, vicious, spitefulness aimed at women who have some autonomy. 
Obviously in a society, such as China, where women are the low ‘man on the totem pole’ it must gall the average 
man over there to see western women with some control over their own lives. Western women can travel alone, 
obviously we have a good economic standard of living if we can afford to travel to China to arrange an adoption 
and raise a child alone, etc.,

Also, the petty spitefulness behind some of the criteria is pretty obviously directed against women since as I 
said previously, we are the majority of single parent adopters of children in China and everywhere else really. 
So now, no fat women can be allowed to adopt a Chinese orphan as: “The guidelines include a requirement 
that applicants have a body-mass index of less than 40.”

A totally unnecessary, ridiculous, petty, spiteful qualification added just to frustrate women, for the most part. 
Since few single men adopt, although they’ve been legally allowed to do so for decades now. Thus a rule such 
as this is clearly going to have a disparate impact on women. They’ll probably set up scales at the airports to 
weight western women and send them packing, if they are over the weight requirements.

Idiots. Why not just ban fat women from traveling to China as tourists while you’re at it? That will be the next 
step. We waste too much gas transporting you back and forth on planes will be the rationale.

Anyway to the final reason, which I frankly believe is probably the most important one. That in spite of the 
Chinese wanting to step on the toes and aggravate western civilization whenever possible, without being too 
obvious about it (ala Paris of the Orient), they nevertheless also recognized the loss of power western men 
experienced once western women had legal rights on par with him, including and especially the control of our 
own reproductive processes, ie., as in the right to decide if, when and how we are going to create our own 
families. So in spite what was probably a ferocious inner struggle, the Chinese ultimately decided to help the 
“brotherhood” maintain their overall status by striking a blow against western women’ choices in this area. 
Hopefully, by helping western man restrict women’ choices, they could help them regain some of the control 
lost to us.

Sad really.

That man everywhere is so self-centered and greedy for power and control over their sisters.

Thus the struggle continues.

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