griggle asked in News & EventsCurrent Events · 5 months ago

Do you agree with the Nazi ideology that women should only concern themselves with "Kinder, Kuche, Kirche" (Children, kitchen, and Church)?

And avoid politixpcal and business involvement?

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  • 5 months ago
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    75 years ago, that was the norm - worldwide.    Most household's couldn't survive now-a-days without 2 incomes.  Times have changed 

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  • 5 months ago

    in the past that was normal now things have changed

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  • Anonymous
    5 months ago

    Bed, kitchen and children works better for me, there is no god.

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  • 5 months ago

    That was the teaching in the Bible. Ironically, Bible was the first book to be burned by Nazi. However, nowadays, women are getting much self-supported than ever. They can do things by themselves. Hence, we need to take a functional view, e.g. soldiers are soldiers, no difference between male or female.

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  • Anonymous
    5 months ago

    LOL

    far right have finally awoken and smelt the coffee

    capitalism is modern day slavery and a PONZI scheme, shock horror, far right have suddenly noticed, it has reduced birth rates in western countries

    far right are finally accepting left wing warnings and ideology

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  • 5 months ago

    It wasn't just Nazis who thought that. All healthy, uncorrupted, pre-feminist societies did.

    Women are happiest fulfilling their natural role of motherhood and being a homemaker. The mother should take the leading role of educating the kids in early childhood.

    Nowadays, it's all messed up, women are told from a young age they need to act like men to be "equal".. so what do they do... they chase careers and ride the c.ock carousel during their most fertile years, trying to live out a Sex in the City style fantasy... then they get to 35, 36 and decide they want to have kids, they still think they're as hot as they were when they were in their 20's because legions of thirty dudes still chase them on Tinder and at the bar, so they demand the perfect alpha Chad to settle down with and they get bitter towards men when it doesn't work out or they lower their standards to get with a beta provider to pop out maybe 1 kid. Even women who aren't all that think they're entitled to top tier men.

    It's no wonder more and more Western men are looking towards Eastern and Central Europe. Not all Western women are bad but many are poisoned by feminism or have defiled their appearance with obesity and tattoos.

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  • Anonymous
    5 months ago

    Griggle, the Nazis did not INVENT children, kitchen and church. They did not invent the sky either. Just because Nazis breathed air, does not mean you should not breathe air. Nazis ate food also, and you won't say you don't want to eat food just because Nazis ate food. I believe that women AND MEN who concern themselves with the simple things of life are generally nicer people. the Nazis actually violated a great deal of the "ideology" that they preached, and tortured and murdered a great many children. Women as well as men who truly love children do not torture and gas children. More people of both genders should be more concerned about the welfare of children, actually. Three week old babies who are nursing at their mothers' breasts should not be separated from each other because of legal language or conceptual mistakes on the part of the Trump Administration. Now THAT is more like what the Nazis practised, than what they preached.

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      5 months agoReport

      No children were gassed and there's absolutely zero proof.

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  • Anonymous
    5 months ago

    If she wants and if thats what you want go forth and multiply 

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  • 5 months ago

    Ummm...nope   welcome to the new century

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  • 5 months ago

    Nope, because it is clearly based on an over generalization of women and a very bad understanding of not only sex differences but of human nature as well.

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  • 5 months ago

    To a certain degree yes. I also think women should be involved in jobs that require the delicate touch of women and empathy like healthcare and other soft jobs.

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