Documenting from Scotland the rise of the One World King; the "masonic" Sun God.

Friday, 28 June 2013

Bitches and hoes


A trilogy of sexual discrimination based inter-connected stories hit the news this week.

The first was from Oz, and concerned the Prime Minister, Julia Gillard. Apparently, Julia was ousted from her role after posing as housewife, knitting a toy kangaroo as a present for William and Kate's imminent offspring. It appears that Julia is imagined to lack "home making" instincts, thus the photograph appeared "contrived".(mail on line). Some say though that the reason she went was because Australian men are allegedly "anti-woman" with deep set prejudices; indeed Julia was asked on a radio station if her partner was gay, given he is a hairdresser, which is apparently considered to be a feminine role down under. The radio programme presenter, Howard Sattler, has been suspended after the incident. It's all a bit reminiscent of the suicide nurse.
 
Reddish haired Gillard, who hails from Wales - Land of the Dragon

The second was from Scotland and regards golf, Alex Salmond, and St. Andrews, the latter where Kate and Wills met whilst studying.  Alex, Scottish Independence top-dog and a keen sports follower, has declined to attend the Open this year, citing the Murfield venue's men-only membership policy as rationale. From the BBC :

"But to have the message that women are not welcome as members, can't be members, can't have playing rights over the course on the same basis as men, seems to send out entirely the wrong message about the future of golf."

From the Scottish Kirk's 10 page, The inheritance of Abraham ? A report on the Promised Land :

Biblical promises about the land of Israel were never intended to be taken literally, or as applying to a defined geographical territory, the report argued.
Instead, it said: "They are a way of speaking about how to live under God so that justice and peace reign, the weak and poor are protected, the stranger is included, and all have a share in the community and a contribution to make to it.
"The 'promised land' in the Bible is not a place, so much as a metaphor of how things ought to be among the people of God. This 'promised land' can be found - or built - anywhere.

Golf's Scottish top-boy, Peter Dawson, noted in April :

"But one might choose to respect the wishes of members of these clubs, which are virtually unanimous in a place like St Andrews, that the status quo works extremely well for them.

Whilst back to current events,  "Reacting to Mr Salmond's decision, a spokesman for the Open Championship said: "When the championship is staged in Scotland we invite the first minister to attend and we hope to see him again at St Andrews in 2015"

Today it was reported  that British Prime Minister, David Cameron, is livid over a children's "sexist colouring book" produced by the European parliament, showing a day in the life of a MEP (Member of European Parliament). From the BBC :

"He said he had shown the book, which tells the story of a day in the life of "Mr and Mrs MEP" from arriving at Strasbourg airport to choosing what to have for dinner, with captions in different European languages, to other EU leaders who had been shocked by it....

It is pretty sexist at that - because Mrs MEP stops at 6pm to go shopping, Mr MEP goes on till 6.40pm."
 
An subliminal Eve, and serpent/ 40 minutes in the wilderness?

Some say that the Biblical story of the Garden of Eden, Eve, and the serpent is metaphorical. They contest that the "Gods" were aliens of some description, who genetically modified what we know as humans to be their worker-slaves. Then the serpent, Lucifer, another alien, came and told us the score - "put on our clothes" -  so we rebelled.  

Some might contest that, if it is true, we have become imprisoned yet again, this time by enlightened humans; perhaps sending our children to child-care, then school, so that parents can work. And work. And work.

And pay interest.

cheers

2 comments:

Anon said...

"Biblical promises about the land of Israel were never intended to be taken literally, or as applying to a defined geographical territory, the report argued."

Very true!

- Aangirfan

Newspaceman said...

Cheers for the link. Much appreciated. Just about to post re Hadrian's Wall and Asterix the Gaul.

regards