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The Battle for Hearts and Minds

© Peter Zohrab 2005

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Dear Mr. Blair,

You are reported as having said, after the London bombings of 7th July 2005:

“The greatest danger is that we fail to face up to the nature of the threat that we’re dealing with.... It is a global struggle. It is a battle of ideas, of hearts and of minds, both within Islam and outside it. This is the battle which must be won... Do not let us underestimate or dismiss it.”

This confrontation has many aspects, and I am writing to you about just one of them the Sex War aspect. As you know, one aspect of Islam that the West has been attacking is the position of women -- the US Government even has women's rights enshrined as part of its foreign policy. Neither I nor my ancestors am/were Arabic or Muslim, but I note that US First Lady Laura Bush and Secretary of State Condoleeza Rice have said (at: http://usinfo.state.gov/usa/women/rights/index.htm):

"President Bush has made the advancement of women's human rights a “global policy priority”.

You are a Christian, and you recall that Jesus Christ said "Let him who is without sin cast the first stone." Well, you and Bush's womenfolk have cast the first stone in the elevation of the Sex War to the level of State Policy, so you had better look to your laurels !

You recall that you met, a few months back, with representatives of the UK Fathers' organisation, Fathers4Justice, and I wonder if it has struck you how hypocritical you and the White House Feminists will be looking internationally, as you trumpet "Women's Rights" abroad, while oppressing men and fathers at home ?

The best aspect of Islam, from my point of view, is that it gives people a vantage-point from which they are able to notice the hypocrisy of countries such as yours and mine (New Zealand) with regards to Sex War issues -- a hypocrisy to which I expect you are totally blind. Many will have noticed the way that Feminism started off calling for "equality", without being expected to suffer any reasonable scrutiny as to what this actually meant, and that after a while the word "equality" disappeared from their vocabulary, as they strove for ever greater domination of Society.

I will not detail here all the ways in which the West oppresses men -- I refer you instead to my book: Sex, Lies & Feminism. But here is one bedrock issue for you to consider: Websites such as http://usinfo.state.gov/usa/women/ trumpet the fact that:

"As we work to advance freedom and peace and fight the war on terror, American women in uniform are serving at posts at home and across the world, taking great risks as they make our Nation more secure."

Yes, if women feel like serving as volunteers in the military, the US gives them the right to do so. However, if the US keeps having serious problems recruiting enough volunteers, it may have to reintroduce the draft. Legally, only men can be forced to serve in the US military. See the webpage: Gender Discrimination in the U.S. Draft. That is the hypocrisy that undermines your position, in a nutshell. You trumpet "Women's Rights" and enslave men. I think it was Abraham Lincoln who said:

"You can fool some of the people some of the time, but you can't fool all of the people all of the time."

If you and the rest of the West keep on treating men as slaves, you will lose the battle for hearts and minds !




Peter Douglas Zohrab

Latest Update

7 August 2015