Men-only military draft ruled unconstitutional

Updated 2019 05 09, to add link to related articles.

Men-only military draft ruled unconstitutional.  That is a huge advance for true gender equality in the United States, perhaps for world peace as well.  We have to thank the NCFM (National Coalition for Men), per the 2019 02 23 NCFM press release:

Men-only military draft ruled unconstitutional

NCFM PRESS RELEASE: NCFM wins Selective Service System case requiring women to register!
February 23, 2019  | By NCFM

The MSM noticed, e. g.:

That does not mean I agree that it is a good idea to have affirmative action principles applied in training women for combat.  Still, even if affirmative action principles do not apply (the lowering of standards for women until they are able to pass them), women must not serve in combat.

Not even if only the strongest and hardiest women (those that can measure up to the standards used to select men for combat) are chosen for combat, women serving in combat is a bad idea.

Much and enough has been said about it over the years, about the pros and cons of having women being conscripted into the military. It is not necessary to be repeat it here.  You may wish to look it up, if you are undecided.

Start with reading the decision:

Men-only military draft ruled unconstitutional

Is military service by women a good idea?

One consequence of women in combat is that we may see fewer ads by Google.  Google ad policies prevent them from displaying their ads on web pages that display or describe violence.  Perhaps that will help to bring about world peace.  That would be a good thing.

Think of the effect violence in military actions in foreign nations will have on American voters.  The journalistic principle of “If it bleeds, it leads” will apply when women have the privilege of making the exhilarating experiences described in this article:

A Grand Adventure. Except It Isn’t

Posted on September 18, 2005 by Fred Reed

A friend recently asked me what I would tell a young man thinking about enlisting in the military. (He had in mind his son.) I would tell him this, which I wish someone had told me: ….(more)

Google had told Fred Reed that they took offence to that article. See what Fred Reed’s reaction to that was:

Googled, Gobbled, and Throttled: The Road to Samizdat

Posted on July 16, 2015 by Fred Reed

Cometh the censor. Sort of.

My site,, has, or had until a few minutes ago, several Google ads, which served to bring in a modest amount of money, perhaps $200 a month….(more)

World peace will thrive, when such consequences of the privilege of being involved in combat make it out of the confines of and into the mainstream media. It will, most certainly!

Nothing will serve better to do it than when women do that sort of bleeding. No matter how much Google wishes to censor it, when women do the bleeding, their bleeding will do the leading. That may then help to put the leash on spending for the military/industrial complex.

Service that excludes combat

I presented the NCFM’s court victory in a Facebook discussion thread.  Paul Neubauer commented:

“Service could mean something other than military duty. The point is that only those who are willing to be responsible and subject to demands for their sacrifice should be permitted to vote.” —Paul

Yes, that is possible.  A number of countries permit draftees of a pacifist persuasion to serve in a non-military capacity, in non-military positions or activities. Curiously, only nine countries in the world have conscription for women (now add the U.S to that for an even ten). I am not sure whether women who are conscripted may serve in either a military or pacifist capacity, and whether they will even be doing any combat duties. (See the following links.)

  • “Norway becomes first NATO country to draft women into military”
  • “China, Eritrea, Israel, Libya, Malaysia, North Korea, Peru and Taiwan draft women into the army. In 2002, Sweden also considered female conscription on the grounds that excluding them goes against the ideology of equality.” Source: “Women in the military — international” —CBC

    Well, Sweden does not appear to have the draft for women, but how nobel of the Swedes to have considered (in 2002) making women equal to men.

So far, primarily men do and die, legally, while women are exempt, regardless of whether that is while doing military or pacifist duties.

We’ll have to wait and see whether the U.S. Texas [District] Court ruling will lead into a direction that will treat men and women as equals with respect to serving.  There will be appeals.

Conscription in Israel

Israel is one of the few countries that have conscription for women, and conscription and serving by no means treats men and women as being equal. That may be an eye-opener for those who believe that the Israeli Valkyries do everything that men must do.

The Israeli Valkyries that the feminists put on parade are a hoax.  It cannot be pulled on those who aren’t forced to live there.

“First of all, EVERY man is obligated to do military service of 3 years active service (at age 18) + minimum of [one] month every year till age 58. It’s mean that men are property of the military MOST of their lives, while their life-expectancy is MUCH LOWER then women’s.

In the same time, women do military service of hardly 2 years (1 year and 8 monthes), it’s NOT an obligation and they can get away from it VERY easily by writting a letter while men need to see MANY committees that hardly ever agree to listen and [are] VERY hard to get [to].”

Israel – the REAL Israel

That is by someone who does not like to experience discrimination in Israel.  He calls Israel “a democracy for women only”. (More)


It is far from certain that U.S. women will be truly equal to men, as far as conscription and serving in the military goes, no matter what the law may say.  As the saying goes, “There’s many ways of skinning a cat.” The complaining Israeli would say, “There are many easy ways by which women (and rarely men) can avoid military service.”

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