The issue of Women and the draft has found its way into the circus that is the 2016 presidential election cycle, and gynocentrists of all political stripes are stepping up professing their allegiance to team woman. First we will start with neo-con posing as anti establishment conservative Ted Cruz who weighed in on whether or not women should be required to take part in selective service registration after hearing fellow republicans Jeb Bush, Marco Rubio and Chris Christie all agree that women should be eligible saying:
Are these guys nuts?
Who in their right mind would want the federal government – look I’m the father of two little girls who are 5 and 7. The idea that the federal government would forcibly conscript our daughters and put them into combat against their wishes, involuntarily, putting them in close hand to hand combat, potentially with some 200 pound psychopath Jihadist who is trying to kill them?
That doesn’t make any sense at all and I think that was a moment when a lot of people kinda sat back and said ‘now wait a second, who understands how to protect this country and who is simply going to be captive to political correctness.’
Listen to it here as well:
It’s very telling to listen to Cruz call it “immoral” to “forcibly conscript” “our daughters” to make them fight against their will, notice that the emphasis isnt on whether or not it is a good idea, or whether or not females can meet the rigorous physical demands of war, but instead it is framed as a moral issue, that being that it is a fundamentally unjust act to compel women to fight against their will by government decree, and yet if this pudgy weird looking man ever got hold of the presidency, rest assured that we would be one or two major terrorist attacks away from him drafting men without a seconds thought. The implication being what it always is, that female life is a superior form of life that must be guarded, protected and insulated from the hell that is warfare. While the Suboids, those dirty proto-humans known as men, yeah lets throw them into war whether they like it or not. All the men except Cruz, he wants to be far far away from the action eating steak getting fat in the oval office.
Inevitably, folks like cruz will revert back to the argument that women simply cannot hack it in war, that they do not possess the physical ability to compare to male soldiers, an argument that is not without merit barring the fact that there are plenty of relatively easy (in terms of physical demands) positions in the military that are still extremely dangerous that women can and have participated in.
The night witches of WW2 are an interesting example of this I’ll repost some text from the wiki here:
“Night Witches” is the English translation of Nachthexen, a World War IIGerman nickname (RussianНочные ведьмы, Nochnye Vedmy) for the female military aviators of the 588th Night Bomber Regiment, known later as the 46th “Taman” Guards Night Bomber Aviation Regiment, of the Soviet Air Forces. The regiment was formed by Colonel Marina Raskova and led by Major Yevdokia Bershanskaya.
The regiment flew harassment bombing and precision bombing missions against the German military from 1942 until the end of the war. At its largest, it had 40 two-person crews. It flew over 23,000 sorties and is said to have dropped  3,000 tons of bombs. It was the most highly decorated female unit in the Soviet Air Force, each pilot having flown over 800 missions by the end of the war and twenty-three having been awarded theHero of the Soviet Union title. Thirty of its members died in combat.
The regiment flew in wood-and-canvas Polikarpov Po-2 biplanes, a 1928 design intended for use as training aircraft and for crop-dusting, and to this day the most-produced biplane in aviation history. The planes could carry only six bombs at a time, so multiple missions per night were necessary. Although the aircraft were obsolete and slow, the pilots made daring use of their exceptional maneuverability; they had the advantage of having a maximum speed that was lower than the stall speed of both the Messerschmitt Bf 109 and the Focke-Wulf Fw 190, and as a result, German pilots found them very difficult to shoot down. An attack technique of the night bombers was to idle the engine near the target and glide to the bomb release point, with only wind noise left to reveal their location. German soldiers likened the sound to broomsticks and named the pilots “Night Witches.” Due to the weight of the bombs and the low altitude of flight, the pilots carried no parachutes.
So basically, if shit gets bad enough, if things get desperate enough, the Russians, among others are willing to put women at risk, in this case by putting them in flying coffins and retrofitted crop dusters to bomb the third reich, who were, at the time, the most powerful military force the world had ever seen. The Russians also put several female snipers into the field. I’d imagine the consequences of being a young female downed pilot/captured sniper POW would be being passed around and raped by nazi grunts and eventually execution, and many will call me a misogynist for supporting a draft that could put female soldiers in these situations, but they would of course be ignoring the fact that men get put in the exact same situations. Men are killed in much higher numbers in war, and here’s another well documented fact… men are raped in war as well, many times their wives leave them because they see him as being emasculated. Here in the US of A we make television series depicting this as normal, but you wont hear Ted Cruz say anything about that.
The leftwing fems arent any better in this regard, as indicated by wannabe feminist in cheif Hillary clinton who was asked about whether or not women should have to register for selective service:
She basically Dodges the question but I don’t think its a stretch to infer that she wouldn’t be voting to put women in any danger, since of course feminism isn’t “communism” or “hate” or any of this silly stuff but instead politicized female advocacy, gynocentrism and female nature injected into the political sphere. More on this later.