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The Wellbeing of Women: The Indecency of ManJohn R. Brodie for Salem-News.com
Open letter to President Obama from an Australian Justice of the Peace.
(MT MORGAN, Aust.) - John R. Brodie. JP in Australia, says the subjects posed in the title of this report represent the biggest health problem in the community, and he is troubled by the fact that they are largely ignored.
John asked for us to publish this open letter to the U.S. President in hope of reaching the top authority in American politics, who this judge believes, has a long way to go in order for Americans to really get on top of this problem.
President Barack Obama,
Dear Mr. President,
The Wellbeing of Women – The Indecency of Man.
Everything in nature is intended to be in balance. The value of womanhood is intended to balance the insufficiency of Man. But this has been suppressed for centuries by the domination of male ego and self-indulgence. While this persists, we as a species will never reach our potential or womanhood its respected security.
Brutalising women has no parallel. The male of no other species that walked the Earth has so abused the female of its own species. Why are humans so socially retarded? Women nurture our species. They are community carers. Why is their abuse tolerated? The cost to the community is massive.
Abuse and violence creates an irrational environment causing victims to suffer a range of physical, psychological and emotional injuries. These distort a victim’s capacity to function, her decision-making ability and her intellectual capacity. Expecting anyone to perform under these circumstances is inept.
Sporting injury attracts great attention but no attention is given to abuse injury. Why? Competing with injuries in sport reduces performance and runs the risk of further injury and prolonged recovery. The same is true for injured women but we expect them to perform regardless. Why are sport participants more important?
Abuse of women, supported by legal systems exercising piety, pomposity and arrogance more so than justice, is a horrible indictment against any claim that humanity has to decency. Political policy, cultural practice and male manipulation of religion in many countries condone the brutality of women. Animals are better treated.
Many thousands of injured women, merely shadows of their former selves, struggle to cope with family, relationships, occupational obligations and life itself. The number each year in the United States escalates alarmingly. Their quality of life has been indecently mutilated. They badly need help but who cares, Mr. President?
John R. Brodie
This letter has been addressed to the Heads of 18 Countries. I suggest that your Whitney Houston is an example a woman suffering injuries that impede performance
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