For historical record.

“If it is said that a man’s world is the State, that the man’s world is his struggle, his willingness to devote himself to the community, one might perhaps say that a woman’s world is a smaller one. For her world is her husband, her family, her children, and her home. But where would the larger world be if no one wanted to care for the small world? How could the larger world survive if there was no one who would make the cares of the smaller world the content of his life? No, the large world is built upon this small world! This greater world cannot survive if the small world is not firm. Providence assigned to woman the care of this, her very own world, and it is only on this foundation that the man’s world can be formed and can grow.

However, these two worlds are never opposed to one another. They mutually complement each other, they belong together, just as man and wife belong together.

What a man sacrifices in struggling for his Volk, a woman sacrifices in struggling to preserve this Volk in individual cases. What a man gives in heroic courage on the battlefield, woman gives in eternally patient devotion, in eternally patient suffering and endurance. Every child to which she gives birth is a battle which she wages in her Volk’s fateful question of to be or not to be.”

– Adolf Hitler

In my opinion, Women are not to be held lesser than men. Any man who can call himself a man would give their life to a woman and child and sacrifice himself for their safety and well being. The women are not some subservient support role. They are the counterpart of man as much as he is of her. The performance of these two tasks will necessarily result in mutual respect as they did in the Third Reich. Adolf Hitler’s admiration for Leni Riefenstahl, who was not merely a housewife, but the filmmaker that chronicled Adolf’s meteoric rise to power through “Triumph of Will” and other great visuals that you see in my channel including the 1936 Olympic games.

We must also take into account the times we are living in. Let’s also bear in mind that it takes a lot less work to run a home today than it did 70+ years ago. A women would certainly hope not to be working 60+ hour weeks while raising children, but running a home is simply not a full time job in an age of electric machinery. Convincing a woman that she should have no role but that of wife and mother is simply an under-utilization of one’s talents and a coming from a place of ego. It leaves her with vast amounts of wasted time. There is a happy medium which allows women a substantial role outside the home. And besides, any people of any race which wastes the talents of half of its members is doomed to be overrun by those who make more effective use of their human capital and will simply never know the true talents and gifts she has, and the greatness that she can achieve. A woman’s struggle transcends beyond the survival of her people.

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