The Pentagon’s historic move to allow women in the front lines of combat zones is a precursor to a national draft and yet another move to break up the family, says talk show host Alex Jones.
Outgoing U.S. Defense Secretary Leon Panetta announced Thursday that he was lifting a ban on women in ground combat positions.
How could this potentially relate to a draft? President Barack Obama and Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel have both said they want to have compulsory civil defense service for Americans. Our nation is already marching toward an era when the only well-paying jobs will be working for the government or the domestic “FEMA Corps,” said Jones.
In recent years, the push to acclimate society to the notion of women being on the front lines of war is seen through popular movies such as “G.I. Jane” with Demi Moore, said Jones.
“For the state to take over society, they’ve got to take over the family,” he said during a video report.
The push to separate women from families began in the 1960s during the women’s liberation movement. A key player in that movement was Gloria Steinem, co-publisher of Ms. Magazine, a publication with a feminist slant. It was later learned that Steinem was being paid by the CIA, as reported by Bloomberg News.
“The state wants the women at work and the men at work so the state can raise the children,” Jones said.
Establishment media declared the Pentagon’s action are a liberating move for women, claiming that it will give them access promotions and positions in the military previously reserved for men.
Countries that allow women in front-line combat positions include "Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Lithuania, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Romania, Sweden, Australia, Canada, New Zealand, Eritrea, Israel, and North Korea," according to the Washington Post.
To say that having women on the front lines is a new right is akin to saying it is a right to stick your hand in a blender or jump off a cliff, Jones said.