Saturday, April 08, 2006

Right to Work May Become Duty to Work

See this article from the Brussels Journal.
Sharon Dijksma, a leading parliamentarian of the Dutch Labour Party (PvdA) wants to penalise educated stay-at-home women. “A highly-educated woman who chooses to stay at home and not to work – that is destruction of capital,” she said in an interview last week. “If you receive the benefit of an expensive education at society’s expense, you should not be allowed to throw away that knowledge unpunished.”
So when will the "right to die" become the "duty to die", or the "right to abortion" become the "duty of abortion"?

Contemporary schools don't like to teach geography and history, because students would find out that there are actually countries that did and do things like this, with horrible results. Instead, they lead kids to believe that all of this is new and fashionable.

1 comment:

  1. "The best two indicators for success of children are the wealth of the father and education of the mother"