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Femminismo. A livello mondiale il 90% disistima le femministe. – ONU.

Giuseppe Sandro Mela.

2020-03-24.

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Premettiamo che il report citato usa il termine ‘woman’ come sinonimo di ‘femminista’, ossia il modo con cui i liberal presentano la figura femminile in accordo alla loro ideologia..

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Lo United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) ha rilasciato un report di dati raccolti a livello mondiale:

2020 Human Development Perspectives. Tackling Social Norms. A game changer for gender inequalities.

Una cosa sono gli stati occidentali retti dai liberal socialisti.

«Only 24 percent of the parliamentarian seats are held by women, and they represent only 5 percent of heads of government in 2019 »

«women representing only 21 per­cent of the world’s employers and 12 percent of the top billionaires»

«in S&P 500 companies: only 5.8 percent of CEOS are fe­male»

Ma il resto del mondo esiste, e la pensa in modo molto differente.

«a newly-published report by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) …. contains data from 75 countries, covering over 80% of the world’s population.»

«Gender equality: Most people are biased against women, UN says»

«A new study shows that almost 90% of people worldwide are biased against women and around half perceive men to make better leaders»

«And nearly 30% of people think it’s justified for a husband to beat his wife»

«around half of the world’s population feel that men make better political leaders»

«while over 40% think men make better business executives and have more right to a job when work availability is limited»

«According to the report, about half of the world’s men and women feel that men make better political leaders»

«In China, 55% of people thought men were better suited to be political leaders»

«Around 39% of people in the US, which is yet to have a female president, thought men made better leaders»

«In the UK, 25% of people thought men should have more right to a job than women and said men made better business executives than women did. In India that figure was 69%»

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I liberal socialisti hanno un severo problema di identità. Con l’implosione dell’Unione Sovietica il socialismo morì, anche se i socialisti erano ancora vivi, frastornati dall’accaduto. In quel momento le istanze etiche dell’ideologia liberal erano restate gli unici elementi di possibile aggregazione. Ma i liberal sono una piccola parte del mondo, sia per popolazione sia per potenza economica: era nella logica del sistema che non avrebbero potuto imporre le loro visioni a tutto il mondo.

Quando a livello mondiale il 90% disistima le femministe diventa molto difficile affermare che questo movimento raccolga molti consensi. È nel suo destino scomparire, non certo rimpianto.

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Gender equality: Most people are biased against women, UN says

A new study shows that almost 90% of people worldwide are biased against women and around half perceive men to make better leaders. And nearly 30% of people think it’s justified for a husband to beat his wife.

Women around the world still suffer from widespread gender bias, according to a newly-published report by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP).

The study measures how people’s social beliefs inhibit gender equality in areas including education, politics and the work force. It contains data from 75 countries, covering over 80% of the world’s population.

Pedro Conceicao, director of the Human Development Report Office at UNDP, said that while progress has been made in giving women the same access to basic needs as men in education and health, gender gaps remain in areas “that challenge power relations and are most influential in actually achieving true equality.” 

Figures reveal gender divide

The UNDP analysis found that despite decades-long efforts to close the gender divide, around half of the world’s population feel that men make better political leaders, while over 40% think men make better business executives and have more right to a job when work availability is limited. Almost 30% of people think it’s  justified for a husband to beat his wife.

Women hold only 24% of parliamentary seats globally and they make up less than 6% of chief executives in S&P 500 companies, the study showed. 

Countries with the highest numbers of people showing any kind of bias against gender equality are Jordan, Qatar, Nigeria, Pakistan and Zimbabwe. The countries with the lowest levels of gender bias are Andorra, the Netherlands, Norway and Sweden.