View Full Version : Selective Services iS SEXIST AND MISANTHOPIST as Well

The Poet
03-22-2010, 05:26 PM
Hello, I am writing this to contact young people going to college. I want to warn you against being suckered to sign up for the SEXIST and ANTI-MALE thing called Selective Services. Let me explain why.
Selective Services, as you know, must be signed ONLY by young men. This is sexist and anti-male; females of comparable age are NOT enduced to sing up as war slaves for the United States Armed Forces.
Perhaps you think it is not a big deal. It is a big deal. By signing up you are selling yourself, body and soul, to the United States Armed Forces as a war slave, to die and be maimed on their command. What they offer you is a pittance; getting federal funds and being eligible for a government job.
We, as men, must REFUSE to be used as disposable war slaves for the gain og Big Buisness, Big Oil and politics. You are worth more then to be cannon fodder for some old f**ks who will sit at home as you die and bleed for them and their screw up policies.
In addition, it is SEXIST and discriminates in favor of women, implying their lives have more value then yours. Why are we so disposable, and why should they get the benefits of government aid and the possibility of a federal job when they don't have to sign up for Selective Services? By singing up for it, you are agreeing your life is worthless and that women deserve benefits that they aren't paying for with blood and shattered minds.
This sexist policy is Anti-Male and a misanthropist policy, that discriminates against you. We are in the 21st century, for God's sakes!


03-22-2010, 06:29 PM
Is unlikely that anyone, who wants to sign up, is going to be influenced,
by another, to the contrary.

Most likely, you are falling on "deaf ears".

IMO: you need to come up with: a plan.
A plan, that would be - more fulfilling - to accomplishing your objectives.
Possibly see your thoughts through - in perspective.
Result of your efforts so, would be like "calculated" instead of "emotional".
Would give you a "surer" handle on - thoughts - you are mixing around.

04-27-2010, 08:04 AM
WOW, that made sense? Look, most combat jobs in the military simply cant be done by women. The Russians had some great female snipers in WW2, and ive known some immensely capable female pilots over the years, but do you really want a tiny chick carrying the machine gun for your squad? I dont think so.