Drafting Women – Equality or Equal Slavery?

With the opening of all military combat roles to women, establishment voices like the New York Times are proclaiming that the next fight for equality is to force women to join men in registering for the draft. In what way is it a triumph of rights to have the threat of slavery, which is what the military draft really is, hanging over both men and women? Today’s Liberty Report is joined by retired US Air Force Lt. Col. Karen Kwiatkowski to discuss the role of women in the military, the role of the military, and the role she played in blowing the whistle on the neocons who lied us into war with Iraq:

Reprinted from The Ron Paul Institute for Peace & Prosperity.

2 thoughts on “Drafting Women – Equality or Equal Slavery?”

  1. Women have every right to serve and have more than proven themselves completely capable throughout history from the Partisans in WW2 to the women in the Kurdish YPG fighting ISIS. However everyone should have the right not to serve regardless of gender. Feminism doesn’t mean equal opportunity slavery. It means equal opportunity liberation.

    I’d also like to add that historically women have been more successful in battle when serving among other women in there own battalions. This is how they took back Stalingrad and this is how they took back Kobani. Just a thought.

  2. The draft is arguably outdated anyway- for BOTH men and women in as much as the days of mass mobilization (ie WWII_) are behind us. It should be abolished-pronto!

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