Sunday, June 14, 2015
Sunday Reading - The Female Victim of Feminism
Got back to the Small Hold this morning to finish up the yard trimming and restock the grain bins for my mother who is feeding the sheep. I have some bee hive things to do today but once again the rain has thwarted any attempt in that department and forced me inside for a bit.
While I am away from the hospital my sister in law is standing watch. She shows up almost every day at around 9 or 10 AM and stays with Mrs. PP until I return. I must admit the sister in law has been a life saver and has went above and beyond the call with support during this time and she has earned my loyalty for it. While I have always found my Sister in Law to be very similar to myself in attitude, taste and general level headedness in so many ways her and I are complete opposites.
For one she is the text book example of a late baby boomer feminist beneficiary. Oh she certainly doesn't hate men. Far from it, but she has benefited directly from the Feminist Multi-Cult movement and been so twisted by it that she cannot even admit nor recognize she is in fact a victim and about to pay the price for it.
From the time she graduated from High school she jumped into a State job. One that paid her enough money to live a carefree local life, certainly no jet setter type at first but much more than any private sector job would have given her. There was always the claim that she made a modest income but never any mention that raises came on schedule, pension contributions were more than generous, education was completely paid for, sick leave and vacation was handed out generously. You get the drill all at the public expense.
To her this was fair. She earned it.
It allowed her to live her independent life. On the tax payer dime of course but she earned it. No worries of a husband needed, she could pick and choose and hang out with friends. Ultimately that hang out time got longer and longer.
Today she is ready for retirement whenever she puts in for it. She can come and go from her public job whenever she wants, take off for a solid week without worry of losing it and knows that at a mere 53 years old if they even say anything to her she is already eligible to retire with a guaranteed pension. It's all roses from her point of view and she mentions it often.
Yet as we spend more and more time together waiting through surgery, frequent naps etc. I detected a slight look of concern in her eye. She mentioned that there was no one to spend every night with her if she suffered an emergency like Mrs. PP. I over heard the Wife and her talking about finding a single doctor for her the other day. The sister in law flat out admitted there wasn't even one White Male doctor in the place she had seen the entire week only one very old one that appeared to be at least in his late 60's. In truth I noticed this right off myself. All the doctors are either Women or Asian/Hindu type Men.
She (Sister in law) asked me the other night what I thought of a reverse mortgage for her. My answer was she is the prime candidate for such a thing. No spouse or children to worry about, no one to leave anything too that would really need it. Only a brother and sister. The answer did not seem to cheer her up at all especially when she mentioned she should make sure her pets have an account to be taken care.
There's in old saying out there that nothing is for free. My sister in law is not alone in her circumstance and a prime example of paying for something one way or another. All in good time.
Keep Prepping Everyone!!!!!!