USING the pretext of abolishing child marriage and improving education for women, two objectives which virtually no one would object to, the Ford Foundation inculcates Indian women into the globalist vision of life, detaching them from their traditions, their parents, their future husbands and a non-economic vision of life. Notice the steely glint at one point in Kajal’s eye. She is a lovely girl. And she is ready to be one more serf, one more Global Me. Her enlightened education includes “reproductive health,” an Orwellian term for promiscuity and sterility, and it probably sounds like liberation.
Who are the people at Ford to shape the family lives and control the births of Indians?
Feminism never was a grass roots movement. Without the support of the major tax-exempt foundations, built upon the great dynastic, Capitalist fortunes, those consciousness-raising sessions would have been inconsequential tea parties. The same process that occurred in America has been happening for many years all over the world. Ford, Rockefeller, Carnegie and the Open Society Institute, to name a few, push birth control, feminist lending, abortion and careerism in women, all of which prepare the way for a loss of national economic sovereignty to international finance. Patrick Buchanan wrote in 2002, and it is still true:
The old Marxists — Marx, Engels and the others — wanted to bring down the traditional family, and move women out of the home and into the marketplace, to make them independent of the family. The global capitalists want the same thing. Women who live at home are not consuming or producing enough, they think. Global capitalism seeks to make everyone an employee, everyone a worker. There is a tremendous premium on bringing into the marketplace talented and capable women workers — who are more reliable in many cases — so that they can boost productivity and consume more goods. (Patrick J. Buchanan interview, Right Now!, no. 35, April-June 2002).
With Indian women pulled from their homes, their children are ready to be inducted into global culture and consumerism. They are ready to be citizens of everywhere and nowhere.
Child marriage is not a good thing. Education for women is important. But poor Indians make a bargain with the devil when they accept these cultural imperialists into their towns. Read More »