Women’s Rights and the War on Terror

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The war on terror is all about women’s rights.

Men on both sides seek to restrict women’s rights: terrorists prohibit women’s rights in public while the modern world prohibits women’s rights to decision-making without interruption and to a women’s jurisdiction in the delivery of justice.


The more women are granted rights the more communities are governed by reason rather than the irrational permutations of religion.

The astonishing ignorance of the leaders of nations targeted in the war on terror became evident with the London bombings.

The collective view of the G8 summit, a meeting exclusively of male leaders conducted in the absence of a women’s G8 summit, that “[t]oday’s bombings will not weaken in any way our resolve to uphold the most deeply held principles of our societies,” is profoundly hypocritical in the terrorist-like suppression of a women’s voice as the world prevaricates over the extent to which women should be granted rights.

The war on terror will be won when the modern world is governed by women’s and men’s legislatures presided over an executive of elders accompanied by courts of women’s and men’s jurisdiction.

Women will then enjoy equal rights with men, which will extinguish irrational male ambitions in perpetuity.

”’Philip Mckeon is a resident of Sydney, Australia.”’