14 April, 2015

Cultural Marxism in the Workplace

Posted by Socrates in anti-male themes, Cultural Marxism, egalitarianism, equality, feminism, Socrates, women, women and 'equality', women in the workforce at 3:51 pm | Permanent Link

The “wage gap” isn’t real. Women usually have less seniority than men at any given company, so they naturally earn less. Women also are absent from work more often than men. The “wage gap controversy” is leftist propaganda designed to demonize men and give women even more power.


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  7. One Response to “Cultural Marxism in the Workplace”

    1. Tim McGreen Says:

      Men generally choose occupations that require harder work and more training and/or education than the jobs that women usually take. So they naturally get paid more. There’s no controversy about this except that which is being generated by the social marxist jews and queers.