So, todays content will be a true test of my audience. Will my mostly female audience be turned off by my comments and perspective today? OR – as I am boldly projecting and anticipating – are the women who follow my content indeed the examples of strong, powerful women which, side by side with men, built this great country – literally from the ground up. Forbes asks “should we even be celebrating Mens day” – after all, every day is male they tell us. If every day were male, why are male suicide rates are 4x greater than that of women, and rising. Our educational systems are strongly geared towards girls and women, which is clearly illustrated in our inability to graduate more boys from high school. The high school graduation rate of boys is alarmingly falling, while more and more normal male behaviour is vilified as toxic, wrongfully identified as ADHD, and medicated accordingly. Women are much more likely to go to college or university and much more likely to graduate. 98% (or higher) of work place fatalities are male – meaning the vast majority of dangerous jobs required in our society, are filled by men. Middle management in most corporations, and most “high brow“ government jobs are predominantly female. The government of Canada is regularly posting high profile positions, flagrantly stating these positions are for women only. Yet, forbes tells us that every day is male, and openly questions why we even need a mens day? Today I tackle modern feminism and its Marxist/Communist roots, tracking international women’s day from its Lenin roots and its role in the Russian Communist Revolution, to the modern day. I discuss and illustrate the half century battle and feminist dismissal of the communist infiltrated International Women’s Day movement. I dissect the modern definition of “suffrage”, examining its roots and telling the untold story behind the “right to vote”. Today I provide a rational perspective of history. I illustrate how men and women together faced great challenges and risks. How men and women worked side by side to build this great country. I make the argument that the only way forward, is for men and women, to once again, work side by side to defeat the evil that is attacking our society and our freedoms and to once again return Canada to greatness.

CH1 Podcast – Andrew Rouchotas – EP016 – International Mens Day

CH1 Podcast EP016 – Andrew Rouchotas – International Mens Day

So, todays content will be a true test of my audience. Will my mostly female audience be turned off by my comments and perspective today? OR – as I am boldly projecting and anticipating – are the women who follow my content indeed the examples of strong, powerful women which, side by side with men, built this great country – literally from the ground up.

Forbes asks “should we even be celebrating Mens day” – after all, every day is male they tell us.

If every day were male, why are male suicide rates are 4x greater than that of women, and rising? Why are our education systems are strongly geared towards girls and women, which is clearly illustrated in our inability to graduate more boys from high school. The high school graduation rate of boys is alarmingly falling, while more and more normal male behaviour is vilified as toxic, wrongfully identified as ADHD, and medicated accordingly? Why are women are much more likely to go to college or university and much more likely to graduate? Why are 98% (or higher) of work place fatalities male? Why are middle management positions in most corporations, and most “high brow“ government jobs, predominantly female? The government of Canada is regularly posting high profile positions, flagrantly stating these positions are for women only.

Yet, forbes tells us that every day is male, and openly questions why we even need a mens day?

Today I tackle modern feminism and its Marxist/Communist roots, tracking international women’s day from its Lenin roots and its role in the Russian Communist Revolution, all the way through to the modern day outcome. I discuss and illustrate the half century battle and the feminist dismissal and resistance of the communist infiltrated International Women’s Day movement, finally succumbing in the late 1960’s. I dissect the modern definition of “suffrage”, examining its actual origins and telling the untold story behind the “right to vote”.

Today I provide a rational perspective of history. I illustrate how men and women together faced great challenges and risks. How men and women worked side by side to build this great country. I make the argument that the only way forward, is for men and women, to once again, work side by side to defeat the evil that is attacking our society and our freedoms, and to once again return Canada to greatness.

For the full story, check out the podcast….

CH1 Podcast – Andrew Rouchotas – EP016 – International Mens Day

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Podcast Notes

International Mens Day – Memes – https://indianexpress.com/article/trending/trending-in-india/these-international-mens-day-memes-will-leave-you-in-splits-7057414/

Forbes – Do we even need Mens Day? – https://www.forbes.com/sites/sfrost/2019/11/19/should-we-be-celebrating-international-mens-day/?sh=773da9541562

International Mens Day Website – https://internationalmensday.com/

Stalin Quotes – International Women’s Day – https://espressostalinist.com/2014/05/08/j-v-stalin-on-women-and-international-womens-day/

Wikipedia – International Women’s Day – https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/International_Women’s_Day