Yes, They Intend to Draft Your Daughterby William Grigg
Jan. 24, 2013
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Because of its centralized, authoritarian nature, the military has always been a target of opportunity for social engineers. According to Dr. Allan Carlson of the Howard Center on the Family, "When one examines the military's role in stimulating government action or innovations that later become institutionalized, the effect of war in driving social revolution grows evident.”
In light of this, we should not be surprised by the announcement that Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta is set to lift the ban on women in combat. This would overturn a 1994 policy directive that limited female military personnel to combat support operations. In that capacity more than 20,000 women have served in the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq since 2001. Hundreds have been wounded, and more than 130 have been killed.
That horrible toll will grow in the future – and it may include female draftees.
In the mid-1970s, opponents of the proposed Equal Rights Amendment predicted that passage of the measure would result in women being subject to the draft. Now that the Pentagon is lifting the ban on women in combat, they will be subject to the Selective Service Act.
This is how the demand for equality results in uniformity of servitude.