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    Norway is the Best Country for Mothers

    The international status report for mothers and children is issued for 13 time and includes the situation in 165 countries. While Norway is ranked as the best country to be the mother, the African Niger at the bottom of the list.
    - This shows that the Norwegian policy of gender equality, child and family work in practice. But to be most compelling. Now Norway must take the lead in efforts to break the cycle of poverty in those countries that are the worst off, says Secretary General Tove R. Wang.

    The differences between Norway and Niger are very large. A newborn Norwegian girl can expect 18 years of education and a lifetime of more than 83 years, while a girl born in Niger can expect four years of education and a lifetime of only 56 years.

    In addition to life expectancy and education, the countries ranked by factors such as percentage births with health professionals in attendance, percentage of women using contraception, the rules for maternity leave and the percentage of children who die before age five. In Niger dies one of seven children before the age of five years.

    - There is good news that for the third consecutive year tops this ranking, but it is important to stay focused on the countries located on the bottom of these statistics. We will continue the work we do to improve child and maternal health in these countries, says Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg said in a statement to the report.

    After Norway on the list included Iceland, Sweden, New Zealand, Denmark and Finland.

    According to Save the Children Norway also takes first place as the world's best breastfeeding countries, and also as the best country to be a woman in.
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    Women have always had it good in Scandinavia, this have nothing to do with the 60's "gender equality" as the article tries to point out. Quite the opposite, feminism have given scandinavian women less of a standard, especially teenage girls.

    When it comes to motherhood my own belief is that to many women leave their children at daycare too early and tries to do the whole route of making career+motherhood at the same time, which usually makes them end up being burnt out or taking meds. Both my sisters are on different kind of pills(for various reasons) it is almost an epidemic among women in the western world. In Sweden it has been seen that alot of teenage girls have problems with sleeping because of stress.

    If we can just drop this radical feminism nonsense and understand gender differences and instead try and uplift female qualities we could easily top the list for another 20 years to come.

    In Sweden we are trying to get rid of judeo-feminism and replace it with a more swedish style feminism. I might write more about that later in a seperate article.

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    Norway in general is a most wonderfull place to live.Having spent many months there and comparing it to the rest of the world in my travels would have to rate Norway #1

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    This shows that the Norwegian policy of gender equality, child and family work in practice.
    Does it really? Then why is our Nation's population shrinking by the year and our women prioritizing carreer and "self-realization" before family and motherhood? Sure, the women who do decide to bear children receive plentyful of help and assistance. but that matters little when our women have been indoctrinized for decades that the traditional role of the home-keeping mother is just 'sad and unambitious', and that they should give up the very essence of femininity and rather strive to be every bit like men.
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    Now Norway must take the lead in efforts to break the cycle of poverty in those countries that are the worst off, says Secretary General Tove R. Wang.
    Why must Norwegians/Norway "take the lead in efforts to break the cycle of poverty in those countries that are the worst off"?

    There's no must about it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ingvaeonic View Post
    Why must Norwegians/Norway "take the lead in efforts to break the cycle of poverty in those countries that are the worst off"?

    There's no must about it.
    We hear this so much in recent years: 'we must help country 'x' in the area of '....'

    It is a conditioning. People are getting used to it and assume it must be the thing to do. The ones who question it are answered with 'we have everything we want, why should people from country 'x' not be able to share in it.

    It's a fairytale answer. We cannot possibly bring every third world country up to our 'level'. Even if we did, it would never be sustainable, for obvious reasons.

    The poverty in those countries only exists because non-Europeans are "trying" to keep a European model of society working. Why can't those western suits realize that the indigenous cultures of those countries, that kept their peoples/environments in balance for thousands of years, were probably the right cultures for them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BjrK View Post
    Women have always had it good in Scandinavia, this have nothing to do with the 60's "gender equality" as the article tries to point out. Quite the opposite, feminism have given scandinavian women less of a standard, especially teenage girls.

    When it comes to motherhood my own belief is that to many women leave their children at daycare too early and tries to do the whole route of making career+motherhood at the same time, which usually makes them end up being burnt out or taking meds. Both my sisters are on different kind of pills(for various reasons) it is almost an epidemic among women in the western world. In Sweden it has been seen that alot of teenage girls have problems with sleeping because of stress.

    If we can just drop this radical feminism nonsense and understand gender differences and instead try and uplift female qualities we could easily top the list for another 20 years to come.

    In Sweden we are trying to get rid of judeo-feminism and replace it with a more swedish style feminism. I might write more about that later in a seperate article.
    Honestly I do not have a problem with women receiving leave to care for their children. In this since I think it is Fair but NOT Equal to help them care for children that will be the next generation.

    After all if you do not have a next generation then your society is an ultimate failure.

    As far as feminism goes, it was always a culture weapon designed to gain control of the female population and to be used against the male worker class. In any case the women are just as disposable as the men are in a globalist system. I think Russian women found this out early on, and are still trying to cope with the fall out.

    Maybe we should just go ahead and declare "World War 3" a culture war and a war of the Governments of the World against their people.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ingvaeonic View Post
    Why must Norwegians/Norway "take the lead in efforts to break the cycle of poverty in those countries that are the worst off"?

    There's no must about it.
    Norway needs to worry about Norwegians. And the same for every national government.

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    What surprises me is that New Zealand is on 4.

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    I fundamentally disagree with the idea that a society's treatment of mothers can be quantified through government assistance programs. There are cultural factors that either condone or condemn motherhood or certain varieties of motherhood, that make some countries that are high on this list a very bad place to be a mother if the circumstances are not right. In America and England single motherhood is simultaneously glorified and condemned, while normal motherhood is treated with contempt by some feminists and put on a pedestal by other groups. The society matters more than the government programs.
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