Civics in CBSE Class VII
CBSE is telling your kids that their mothers are not valued in their homes as their work is not valued. In this aspect, CBSE is comparing the mothers’ work to the work done by the housemaids and teaching your kids that household work needs to be valued higher to give respect to their mothers. So, now you should shell out extra money for the work done by the maids and also expect mothers to start demanding money for their love and care. It was seen earlier as feminists tried to pass a law for giving salary to the wife. So, according to this feminist lesson, mothers love will soon be available in the market on sale (feminism and consumerism go hand in hand).
In India, a large population of women from poor families makes a living by working in different households. A lot of these poor women have no option but to work in different houses to make a living. It is highly unlikely that their sons are studying in CBSE schools. However, by comparing the work of mothers of the kids studying in CBSE to that of their housemaids, the NCERT Civics textbook of CBSE class VII, is creating a thought in the young minds that their mothers are equivalent to the maids or are treated like maids in their homes even if they are not.
CBSE is now trying to attach a price tag to mothers’ love and care which is invaluable. Hindu mothers were always treated like Maa Annapurna (goddess of food) who feeds everyone in the family. Mother’s love and care is an integral part of a child life and in all species in animal kingdom we find mothers taking care of their children. Feminists are now not only trying to attach a price tag to that but are also manipulating young minds to believe that their mothers are treated like maids. Today, mothers get most love and care in any family and they have the whole family with them as support. But these values are decaying fast under feminism and consumerism – ever since Indian economy was opened to the global market, and ever since foreign paid and taught feminist NGOs started deciding Indian culture.
More Labor Force Will Reduce Wages
In feminist world, driven by the capitalists, everyone is seen as individual consumers. When consumerism takes precedence over humanism, human values are respected less and that is what we see today. Feminists teaching CBSE kids that mothers’ love and care need to come with a price tag. Household work also needs to have a higher price tag. Rights are taking precedence over responsibilities and children are taught to shun responsibilities in this manner.
This textbook also tries to break the gender stereotype that women are better in caregiver role and hence they need to take care of that role. The feminist theory of Gender Justice as explained here tries to fool us on all 3 core promises of gender justice.
Will a liberal world be better for women and the society? If we try to understand this from the perspective of economics, we will understand that in a liberal world, where women equally participate in the workforce, increases the labor supply in the market and hence reduce the cost of labor. So, if a man today earns Rs. 10,000 per month as salary, when more people join the labor force, his salary decreases proportionately. If you look at your paycheck over last ten years, and how that has increased compared to inflation you will understand this. Your company might have performed well, but still, they might have given reasons each year why there was no increase or meager increase in your salary, even when you continued to deliver more value every year. That is because an increased labor supply in the market decreases the wages.
Women as Individuals Will Be Worse Off
Women as individuals will be worse off if equal participation in the workforce is ensured. The women who can find a job in a competitive job market will basically need to slog for extra hours directly impacting their personal life and the work of taking care of children at home. We see many career women not marrying because of their career but trying to marry at an old age for companionship. Many career women who take the courage to go for babies are forced to give the child-rearing responsibilities to hired nannies (because feminists have broken everyone’s family), most of whom are not that educated or cultured. Also, many of these nannies actually abuse children (like giving them sedatives to sleep etc.). So, children are not only abused more but since their parents don’t spend time with them; no bond is developed between the parents and the children. So, these children don’t take care of their parents in their old age. So, these empowered career women often end up in a lonely old age. This was not the situation until some time ago in traditional Indian society.
This kind of consumerist approach to value household work will also be harmful to women who don’t want to work in the job market. They may simply want to be happy with their humble family lives, but by creating a perception in the young minds, that women are not empowered or not respected if they are not working for money, CBSE is now making it mandatory for every woman to work for money. So very soon mothers will demand their wages for childcare responsibilities.
Also, this kind of brainwash to our CBSE children will ensure that boys will start expecting their wives to work. Because, when the average salary comes down. no family can sustain on a single income. With consumerist attitude fueled in every action of ours, these material benefits will cost higher for us. Our greed to acquire new and modern benefits will always keep us running after something that we can never achieve.
Who Gets Benefits of Women Working?
Women participation in the workforce and this increase in organized workforce, however, works very well for corporates and the govt. The corporates get cheaper labor force and govt get equal or more tax, as the taxable base increases. People who can engage in corruption and cheat others will appreciate this kind of empowerment (that basically says, get empowered by working like slaves or demanding maintenance and alimony from your husband), because of their selfish interest. Gynocentric male feminists may also support this initiative because they will now have a lot of women around them, but in the long run, all families will be worse off and will suffer the worse economic, psychological and social situations.
Women will surely not be better off as they will be forced to work (like slaves) in a competitive and highly measured environment (household work quality is not measured, there is no competition and moreover it is peaceful compared to corporate world). We already see the result of such feminist policies, where women do not get any family and keep looking for soulmates even at 40/50 years of age. Many of these women were feminists in their young age and didn’t find any man suitable to be their soulmate (another problem of having too many choices). So, they end up in a lonely old-age dying alone. Family love and care in this feminist world will become so costly that it will be needed to be bought from market without any guarantee that it will actually work.
Results of Valuing Household Work at A Premium
First of all, let’s understand that mothers love and care can’t be valued, it is invaluable. Trying to attach a price tag to our mother’s love and care is not only inhuman, but also unethical. It will take away human values so much that children will stop loving their parents. Children will not take care of their parents in the old age either, and this is what is happening increasingly in Indian society. However, our society was not like this until feminism and consumerism came in. This has created a situation where Indian women do not have any responsibility in their families –
For other kinds of household work (like cooking, cleaning etc.), even though men did not participate in that work, it was they (and not women) who invented all electrical equipment to help in domestic work. (details – here). Men have also taken the responsibility of paying the household maids to ease the workload on the women in their house. The result of valuing this work at a premium will be devastating for the individual household as many would not be able to employ such domestic laborers. Since the supply of such laborers are aplenty in India, if this work is valued at a premium many of these workers (most are women) will not get any employment. So, many of them will not get any work as a maid, as households stop employing them. We have seen this situation in the US where the families need to do their household work themselves. As a result, stay home moms (and dads as well under modern feminist norms), who would otherwise be happy with a maid, will be worse off with all work needed to be done by themselves.
If anyone gets the benefit of such a situation that will be organized companies that will get an abundant supply of cheap and skilled labor for their work.
Today, our children’s minds are being corrupted in the name of civics education in CBSE schools. They are told lies that their mothers are not respected because they remain in the home. It is also a myth that women (or anyone for that matter) will be better-off by slogging in big corporates. It is an empowerment that is already turning generations into psychopaths and children into criminals in the western societies. This was unheard of in India until recently but India is also catching up. All this in the name of empowerment and freedom. If this gives some extra money to some women it will take away jobs from an equal number of men and women around them will be worse off, too. And all these come with a high cost of losing one’s family life, destroying the future generation and creating more and more psychological issues and crimes in the society. Our innocent and unsuspecting children are made a target by feminists so that they are converted into believing such feminist theories early in life and become feminists. This is nothing but taking our society to a bigger crisis by CBSE – all by manipulating our children.