Meet the companies helping Hillary Clinton spread and entrench global feminism

World Tribune: Window on the Real World | 8/30/2019 | World Tribune
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Americans may have been spared having her as president, but Hillary Clinton still remains a powerful force for progressive globalism behind the scenes.

We are going to examine here three global feminist organizations founded by Hillary and track how their tentacles extend to major brand corporations and even a leading Republican establishment organization. Once again, powerful elites who supposedly represent a wide array of business and political perspectives are remarkably walking in rigid lockstep to promote new world order values.

Voices - Global - Partnership - Leader - Women

Vital Voices Global Partnership touts itself as a “leader in the women’s empowerment space for 20 years.” The first name listed under the “Honorary Chairs Emeriti” category on its leadership page is Hillary Clinton. This should be no surprise considering her intimate associate Huma Abedin is the first name listed for the organization’s Board of Directors. In fact the group was directly founded under the auspices of first lady Hillary in the 1990s.

“The Vital Voices Democracy Initiative was established in 1997 by then-First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton and former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright after the United Nations Fourth World Conference on Women in Beijing to promote the advancement of women as a U.S. foreign policy goal,” the group’s history states.

Pursuit - Policy - Nothing - Country - Affords

Its pursuit of a feminist foreign policy is nothing short of radical. “No country affords women equal rights in the workplace,” a Vital Voices paper prepared in 2009 to mark the 15th anniversary of the 1995 United Nations’ Conference on Women in Beijing shrieks. Women’s traditional role as homemakers, mothers and nurturers is singled out as an obstacle to “equality.” “Often entrenched in national labor laws and policies, women’s disproportionate share of unpaid labor as housekeeper, childcare provider and caretaker of the sick and elderly, is in fact one of the most prominent barriers to the full and equal participation of women...
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