Werewolf wrote:Rothschild seeded the idea that the woman is under the oppression of men and therefore not allowed to work.
But women is under oppression is a fact.
In China you still hear the problem of unbalance of gender when families tend to desire male offspring rather than female.
In Japan you still heat the problem of female workers receive lower salary than males. And females fail to pursue their careers in works because the husbands do not want to or know how to share the house-chord burden. Recently a certain Japan medical university was investigated because they illegally marking down exam scores to curb female enrollment.
In my country (Vietnam) things is much much better now especially in the urban area. But in about 20-30 years before or more it was not extremely rare to hear stories of women was beaten up by her husband for various reason, including the reason that the women failed to give birth or do not give birth to the gender that the husband desire. Or there were stories of the mother-in-laws who complained "why are you behaving like men ?" when her daughter-in-law keep working in the offices instead of accept the role of a full-time housewifes.
And till today I still hear stories from some of my colleagues about the "unname", "uncredited" house-work they have to carry out and their lazy, useless husbands do not know how to share the burden.
It is true that capital exploit the feminist movement to increase the number of reserve army of labour to dumb down the wage. But women is under oppression is a fact, not a fiction invented by Rothschild.
Werewolf wrote:All that doesn't prevent broke people from having children.
White-collar workers are more affected by the indoctrination from collage lifes which have been shown to be extreme radical in the current generation. Before this generation they have been bombarded with nonsense of overpopulation. The lifestyle is for them the only truelly deciding factor to have children or not. They are unwilling to be bound to children or lowering their lifestyle to raise children. That is the underlying factor not the cost, but the wish to be higher class. Back then they usually never said that, today they will tell you right into your face, that having kids is robbing them of personal freedom and money. It's a selfish lifestyle.
From my experience in my country at least, the most common reason for someone not having a marriage or having child is that "when will I have enough money to start a family ?"
Some people do blabbering about their personal freedom or whatever but many of them are quite blunt about their concern about the financial stability to have a child.
In other country, such as Korea, there a stories of people do not even have enough money to buy a house even if they work for whole life, lead to the degeneration of their lifestyle and thinking, like if I cannot achieve anything then why not spend all the money to enjoy life ?
In Vietnam, some people begin to have concern about similar problem considering the skyrocketing price of real estate in some areas.
It is more like economic stress and incentive from my perspective.
Werewolf wrote:This subject is a multifaceted subject and I may have not put my thought to "paper" in the best possible way.
I also admit that my biggest mistake sometimes is too focusing on the economic factors and overlook the culture or psychologic effect. My apologize.
Werewolf wrote:Women are on the other opposite. They are fed systematically with power and easy money. All social media and the average male psyche are working into the needs and requirements of females. Attention is their currency and with social media they can have more attention that they would ever have without it. On top of that they can monetize their bodies and beauty and therefore elevate their "minimum-standard" towards men. This results in many women not wanting to date 85% of the male population. That is the case for western and asian societies. This doesn't work in arabic/muslim countries of course.
Japan is not the only country having these kinds of people.
In Vietnam, recently a beauty pageant had caused an uproar when openly claim that beautiful women are destined to marry rich billionaire so that the rich husband can cover all of her expense. She received a huge backlash from both most of male and female netizens, but regrettably she managed to gather some supporters, though.
Moreover, you haven't meet Vietnamese male
humans who frequently and half-jokingly talking about marrying rich women to get rich, do you ?
There are quite a number of them
Monetizing their own body is the natural outcome of a society with inequality, when a few have too much and the majority do not have enough. Inevitably, the ones with money and power will buy a lot of women/men to satisfy their most decadent demands. And inevitably, at the lower end of the society, someone may dream of marrying into a prince or a princess to get what they lack in their life. And someone actually attempt to carry out that plan with various levels of success.
Inequality and poverty in society leads to degeneration of human life and morality.
In some cases things are the opposite, as the women/men achieve a high level of education or career success and become extremely picky when choosing their life mate. In China, many women refuse to marry men in the rural area because difference in education standard, they can hardly find any rural men have more or less the same education level as them.
In this society when people are still being tied to their financial problems then marrying for money is a fact. Pure love marriage still possible but in most of the cases it is a mix of both.
Werewolf wrote:For China it is quite the opposite. They have suffered from the one child policy despite many families having 2-3 kids and many of them are just unreported, not allowed to go to school, no public records and no privileges in society. They feared and probably still fear reciprocation due to ignoring and breaking the one-child policy. For other Asian countries it is not only a factor of unstable financial issue but also many having and adopting.
For the current Chinese generations, the results of the one-child-policy, economy issue is a huge factor.
The reason is simple: a couple have to make money for four parents (two from maternal side, two from paternal side) and at least three child if they want to increase the population. Key words: sandwiched generation.
Werewolf wrote:What you are suggesting doesn't work as the worker has no power other than as an individual trying to find a better paid job. The majority of the population is and will be not experiencing any increase of wage or better conditions. Germany as one of the "richest" countries the vast majority don't even make 3000€. That is less than 15% of the German population and 3000€ clean is not that much money. The vast majority are living no better than in the US where most just work to be at 0€ at the end of the month.
It is more than the reason for the Western people to stand up and demand their rights.
The money of Western taxpayer should not be used to finance the meaningless war in Ukraine or to fund the Neo Nazi Maidan murderers. Western people have to stand up and tell that right to the face of the ruling class in their country.