Woman’s Politics Weekly: The ‘Brexit’ Clock is ‘Ticking’: When the Game of Chess is Over, the King and Pawn Go Back into the Same Box…

Reporting, Base Camp, London, the UK.

Thursday 22nd October, 2020.

‘…When the game of chess is over, the king and pawn, go back into the same box…’

‘…We undermine what it means to live in an unequal and unjust society…’

‘… It is not a question of ‘When’ but ‘If’ that financial ‘bubble’ bursts and strikes a balance…’

BAME women tend to have 4 children, compared to white women who tend to have 1 or 2, this may (it is only logical) explain WHY BAME are 4 times more likely to contract Covid-19.

I am outraged today to hear the news, ’BAME are not 4 times more likely to die from Covid-19 due to racism’ it reports, but rather due to the types of jobs that BAME do.

Now that is racist. 

I guess what this highlights now in the contemporary moment, is how women as a whole as a movement, are responsible for the future generation, not only their academic education, but also for the future generation’s protection, their hygiene and ‘code of conduct’.

The NHS is one of the most cost effective and efficient healthcare systems in the world.

It is also one of the most ‘fast moving’ organisations, so they do not need our help to support it but they could do with a little ‘common sense’ or a ‘code of conduct’ that everyone follows, would help.

Supervision and the advice or counsel of virtuous elders, or ‘practical supervision’ keeps both children and adults from slipping.

I recently spoke about the ‘feminisation’ of the revolution, by ‘feminisation’ please see also,

HOW TO BUILD A WOMAN: October

Photo From, Pinterest, Black History Album, The British Library, The Way We Were, Femme Fatale, The Black Victorians, 1890’s. ‘…The…

I meant, showing a little tenderness irrespective of your gender.

Femininity as a character too, has the provisions to provide a nourishing environment. 

A child is also 50% more likely to survive past the age of 5, if the mother can read and write. 

Not being educated, does not necessarily mean a woman is ‘stupid’, but it can attract a lot of abuse.

50% of sexual abuse, is actually committed against girls who are under the age of 15.

Race and class also, has no place, when it comes to femininity.

The importance of educated women therefore, for the future generation, is quite valuable. 

Part of this firstly, involves knowing your own rights, and accordingly behaving responsibly within the country that you live.

Part of this secondly, involves having the confidence, to exercise your rights, or to have the agency to.

When the game of chess is over, the king and pawn, go back into the same box.

It is not a matter of ‘When’ anymore, as ‘Lockdown’ buys us more time, but a question of ‘If’.

We live in an unregulated financial system, that allows the rich to become richer and the poor to become poorer.

Whilst the interconnected globalisation of the world, reveals the lies they once concealed, the death of the innocence of the world, is hidden under the veil of ‘fake news’.

Or what Hitler previously called, ‘The Big Lie’.

That financial system fluctuates inevitably, and it is not a question of ‘When’, but ‘If’, that financial ‘bubble’ will burst and strike a balance.

We undermine what it means to live in an unequal and unjust society. 

We know that ‘cutting corners’ will only come back and bite you in the arse, twice as hard.

Us women are all about ‘proportionality’, as it comes back to ‘morals’ and what is good for the human soul.

We are essentially about ‘balance’, which is what the human soul craves.

Endurance of vigorous conditions, women endure more pain than men perhaps. 

The struggle against herself, is the biggest and highest struggle of them all. 

She virtues in the very qualities she differs from man.

No matter how hot the water is, it will put the fire out.

The interconnected globalisation of the world also therefore means, events in different parts of the world, cannot be seen as limitless. 

Thus, feminity gives us, a certain ‘code of conduct’.

Peace Nigeria. 

Photo From, Pinterest, Black History Album, The British Library, The Way We Were, Femme Fatale, The Black Victorians, 1890’s.

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