Labor gets the message!
government, shaken to the core by the defection of working class voters to the BNP over Labor’s perceived hostility and indifference to the needs and values of ordinary Britons, is at last breaking free of its addiction to radical social experimentation and returning to its roots as the party of real people. Yep, that’s what it’s doing all right. The Mail reports
A hardline feminist has been chosen as the Government’s new chief spokesman on families.
Dr Katherine Rake, who wants to see men bring up babies, will head the Family and Parenting Institute, a heavily state-financed organisation set up by Labour to speak for parents and children.
Dr Rake, who will take over from the Institute’s founding chief executive Mary MacLeod, has long declared her intention is not to support parents as they are, but to revolutionise their lives.
Writing in The Guardian three years ago, she said:
‘We want to transform the most intimate and private relations between women and men.
‘We want to change not just who holds power in international conglomerations, but who controls the household budget.
‘We want to change not just what childcare the state provides, but who changes the nappies at home.’
Dr Rake added: ‘It is only when men are ready to share caring and work responsibilities with women that we will be able to fulfil our true potential to form equal partnerships in which we have respect, autonomy and dignity.’
And unlike the recent crop of Labor cabinet bimbos, like Fox News with English accents, Rake is a traditional Englishwoman … that is, if your idea of a traditional Englishwoman is a Seventies-style feminist with cropped hair.
Rake: I come not to support
the family, but to revolutionize it.
Posted by Lawrence Auster at June 13, 2009 05:22 PM | Send