Fwd: OW-WATCH-L FW: state as husband?

Graeme Bacque (gbacque@arcos.org)
Wed, 24 Jun 1998 23:45:49 -0400

>To: Gbacque
>From: stingley@bconnex.net
>Date: 24 Jun 98 23:18:18 -0500
>Subject: OW-WATCH-L FW: state as husband?
>This comes from someone in reply to me asking about a comment he made, 
>anyway thought it might inform the discussion.  the web site is truly 
>At 01:09 PM 5/10/98 -0400, you wrote:
>>Do you have some references about the state as husband?
>I have not had the time to get into this in detail as I had hoped. However,
>do check out the latest changes
>at the city of Indianapolis Web page
>Check out the "Rebuilding Families Initiative". The micro management of
>individual people by the state, particularly women, in this "initiative" is
>right out of Fascist Italy during the 1930's. The thing that I find very
>scary is the role being played by religious organizations, and what appears
>to be mandatory attendance in religious practices, particularly if you are
>a woman. This is all being pushed by Mayor Jerry Goldstien, who as you know
>was recently in Toronto being introduced to Council.
>I will be getting back into researching this in more detail, and getting
>you the "state as father" material.
>And please circulate this info far and wide. People have got to wake up and
>realize that this is not an "ordinary" political movement that we are
>dealing with here. Please get out to your local library and read up on the
>social reforms of the Italian Fascist movement, which has striking
>similarities to the neo-conservatives (originated with political liberals
>who then took over the traditional conservative optical machine and
>"modernized it" with the move towards greater efficiency in economic and
>state matters).
Graeme Bacque
(#2226799 on ICQ)
++Question and challenge *all* human 'authority'++