Tuesday, January 26, 2010

Women's Rights To Set Things Right


"Men, their rights, and nothing more; women, their rights, and nothing less"



Someone said to me before, "It's better to have a sodomite than a liar as a PM". After 2 years of invest-igation (but more like an instigation, I opine), DSAI's sodomy trial is scheduled to open on 2 Feb 2010. Yes, years ago, his first sodomy trial was theatrical, with 'props' and 'mobs' parading into the courtroom. I wonder what would be the 'storyline for one movie director' this time around. Kalah tak "Avatar"?

It is really difficult to fall prey into YUMNO's strong conviction (yeay, yum seng and yee sang season is coming soon) that DSAI is indeed a serial sodomite because "[as] A woman [who] uses her intelligence to find reasons to support her intuition" (G.K. Chesterton), I strongly believe that this is just another character assassination to this charismatic leader.

Wouldn't it be righteously better to use this precious time in court to find out if Adik BH Teoh and Adik Kugan were murdered or otherwise? Shishhh!

They say a woman becomes an ideal wife when she finds an ideal husband. The Great Dame Permatang Pauh is indeed a Heaven-Sent woman for DSAI and I am truly glad to see one during my lifetime because I have seen too many 'weak' women allowing themselves being used and abused by lame men.

May we women of this Ibu Pertiwi exercise our rights and nothing less. The journey is treacherous but "a free race cannot be born from slave mothers" (Margaret Sanger).

p.s. I couldn't help but to share here another quote from Ms. Susan B. Anthony - "I thank you, sir, for what I take to be the highest compliment, but sweeter even than to have had the joy of caring for children of my own has it been to me to help bring about a better state of things for mothers generally, so that their unborn little ones could not be willed away from them" ~ Susan B. Anthony's response when when a leading publicist told her he thought she would make a wonderful mother

It sounds familiar because I did write about my 'protest statement' here in relation to motherhood, despite that I was told I could make a good mother.

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