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Women Demand Wages For Housework LOL - MGTOW

Published on 11/20/22 / In Red Pill

⁣Sponsor Link: <br>Chris Whalen CPA <br>http://www.chriswhalencpa.com <br>https://www.amazon.com/dp/0979352266 <br>‘We demand wages for housework’ <br>https://www.bbc.com/news/av/stories-62980454 <br> <br>Mystery Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9sDpjuVnokc <br> <br>Odysee.TV: https://odysee.com/@SandmanMGTOW:c <br>Bitchute Link: https://www.bitchute.com/channel/YIxeDBpkwsLT/ <br> <br>SubscribeStar.com: https://www.subscribestar.com/sandman <br> <br>Paypal / Email: Sandmanmgtow @ Gmail.com <br> <br>Bitcoin Address: bc1qtkeru8ygglfq36eu544hxw6n9hsh22l7fkf8uv <br> <br> <br>Hi Everyone Sandman Here, <br> <br>This video isn't brought to you by any donations because I didn't get any fore today. If you want to suggest a topic and send a donation you can at the subscribestar, bitcoin or paypal links down below. I found and ancient BBC video called: &quot;We demand wages for housework&quot; which I've linked below. The summary of the video is this and I quote: &quot;In the 1970s, an international campaign demanded that governments recognise the value of unpaid work done in the home, primarily by women. Founded in Italy the ‘Wages for Housework’ movement argued that the entire capitalist system was based on free domestic labour. Witness History spoke to one of the founders, Mariarosa Dalla Costa about the campaign.&quot; unquote. The video says that housework is the only work that isn't considered work. It's also the only labor you don't retire from. You also don't get wages for it. Back in the 1970s in Italy women demanded free money from the guberment. That politicians recognize that the value of unpaid work done in the home. The campaign was setup in 1972 by an international feminist collective. But instead of giving women free money the establishment encouraged women to go into the workplace. After that many women had to do their unpaid labor at home as well as the workplace. If Italy had printed money and handed it to housewives the inflation rate would have spiked through the roof but productivity in the economy wouldn't have gone up. Inflation benefits the wealthy asset holders. So when women went off to work on mass everything became more expensive and real wages began to stagnate. A man's wage used to be able to be enough to pay for all of the expenses of a household because men are more likely to band together and strike for higher wages or walk away from wages they see as an insult. Notice that in the last twenty or thirty years you hardly hear of strikes anymore? Do you really think that's not happening anymore because people are being paid a fair wage. You would expect worker strikes now more than ever with the high rates of inflation. But you don't see that because a mixed male and female workplace isn't a unified front. Mariorosa the organizer demanding wages for housework said that house workers had great power and that they could withdraw their labor and refuse to reproduce another generation of workers. In essence she was advocating that women go their own way back in the 1970s. In a way many of them did as the Italian population has begun shrinking and in the next thirty years is poised to fall by over 1/6th or ten million people. I'll discuss more about women wanting to get paid to do sub par house work in a moment but let me first tell everyone about today's sponsor Chris Whalen: <br> <br> <br> <br> <br> <br>10 images licensed and paid for through BigStock.com. All image licenses are available upon request. <br> <br>Ad Image Credits: <br> <br>1. https://www.bigstockphoto.com/....image-13957406/stock <br> <br>2. https://www.bigstockphoto.com/....image-383198483/stoc

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