Documentary on extreme feminism - English subtitle Closed Caption - Russian TV - Part 2 of 2

Uploaded by nt351cal on 14.08.2011

Because of this initiative, the state abandoned me.
Whether if this is true no one knows, there is no official opinion from the government about this case.
The fact is, he is still not allowed to see or to approach his children.
and nobody cares about it.
My son is the only one I'm able to see. This was 3 years ago and he is as tall as I am.
When the children are grown up, they can decide themselves.
But will they want to see their father, whom they know so little about?
They don't even carry his name.
I can imagine that my wife has a mental problem, but that is not really important to me.
The attitude of our state is overtly pro-woman and anti-male. The feminists have an enomorous amount of influence here.
Do you know anything about the crazy idea to separate fathers and children until the age of 16?
They called it the Frankfurt School.
Rudolf even wrote to the (European Human Right) court in Strassburg,
protested in front of the European Court of Justice building.
At that moment, Luzius Wildhaber was the chairman of that institution -- a Swiss.
Rudolf stated that this is the reason why he did not achieve any progress.
Even political organizations on the European regional level are afraid to speak out against the
"the female warriors for women's rights".
They sometimes don't even understand which kind of freedom they want.
Freedom of opinion, freedom of conscience,
these terms are have a great importance in Europe.
But in the end, "freedom" does exist only for women.
I had talked to Rudolf (before). I don't know what you possibly advice him (about) but he need really help.
Pastor Andreas Salabsar of protestant church, lives in one of the priciest district in Zurich.
100 square meters cost 2.5 million (U.S) dollars here.
And he donated part of this elite real estate to support an unique social project.
I called it the "Zeithouse" ("temporary house"). The idea originated from my usual work.
I'm a pastor and I'm conduct marriages with people.
In the summer of 2009, 4 couples came to me in order to get divorce.
All 4 husbands were told to leave their houses.
One of them wanted to stay with his friend temporarily, Another in the celler of his friend house,
The 3rd one moved back to his mother home and the 4th have little money and wanted to stay in a hotel.
I saw that all these 4 ideas were bad.
Pastor Andreas suggested those 4 men to live in the "temp house",
a house for for men who got evicted from their own homes,
to help them through this most difficult time of their family life,
and to be able to make next important decisions in tranquility.
We make it very clear that they can only stay here for 3 months.
It is important that, in spite of all the comfort in this "temp house",
I don't want them to get used to it.
One has to find the strength within themselves, to endure a divorce,
in order to start anew thereafter,
or to comtemplate on how to win his family back.
If you expect that this "temp house" is a dark place of solitude, then you are mistaken.
There is a bar on the ground floor of our house. They can distract themselves, clear their mind...
This loud bar is part of the "temp house".
Downstairs there is a party and upstairs are (quiet) rooms to ponder, to think.
Pastor Andreas had encountered many cases of women's legal dominance
yet he is far away from being an anti-feminist.
I think the problem isn't feminism.
Feminism is a natural evolution of society.
The most important thing now is...
the evolution of the identity of man (how the man find his place)
Our mothers were different in comparison, than today's women and mothers.
They have changed (a lot), and men stood still, they observed and said:
"Ok, what can the women do (something about)? (So far so) Good"
As was pointed out,
Women can do almost everything what men can do too.
If this is the case, then traditional covservative family falls apart.
Women got what they demanded.
Now, men (in temp house) comtemplate during long nights in kitchen in this house,
what excatly they should demand in response.
Here we are in the "Zeithouse" ("temporary house"),
the rooms are occupied,
they do not want to appear in front of the camera,
they all have a lawsuit currently.
They don't want to talk about their stories I understand them...
Here is the kitchen...
...talking about their situation. Nobody need to wear a face mask.
Everybody talk about their feelings, their hate and anger, and help one another.
One of them is elderly, another is a wiser, the next is a good cook,
That helps. It's all down to earth and nobody need to be a machismo or wear a face mask.
When Rene Kuhn's book was published, his own life lost its tranquility.
His phone rang continuously, some people thanked him, and others crused him.
The same leftist/feminist women, which were described so unfavorably in his book,
banded themselves to form an anti-anti-feminist movement
Kuhn himself was forced to leave SVP (Swiss People's Party),
that scandal targeted him went that far.
This book is not really about anti-feminism, it is about appearance
about the (not-so-good) impression of women from leftist parties who fight for feminism,
about their bad taste in choosing clothes, about how unkempt they are,
and that one can be different than that.
The 2nd half of the book is about women over and over-demanding more...
and more privileges, at the expense of basic and legitimate rights of men.
The longing for feminine women - is the central theme that inspire Rene to write his book.
During his time as an party chairman of the Swiss People's Party section in Lucerne,
he could not bear to remain slient on this political problem.
Women received too many one-sided privileges and now... is time to halt and reflect whether this whole process did gone too far.
About Rene Kuhn's book, it is full of longing for an old time which does not exist anymore...
...and which will never return.
I'm "happy for him" that he is "crazy for Russian women",
He has a beautiful Russian wife, "God may grant them happiness",
But as a political protest, "this book has no value",
I think the people will not follow his ideas.
And Kuhn "himself ruined his political career."
Julia Gerber, a politician, is the member of Zurich Cantonal Parliament.
She belongs to another political party - The Social Democrats.
And she represents Switzerland in the European feminist movement.
Rene probably did not mean to (intentionally) target Julia with his descriptions of...
...ugly and agressive feminists warriors.
I'm a teacher and during my years of work...
...I saw the need for change in our society.
I saw countless groups of immigrants...
...which have to be integrated into our (Swiss) society.
After a certain time, I began to aware that the ideology of Social Democrats fitted me well,
and so I decided to join with them.
And here I am, as the chairwoman of the Social Democratic Party council in Zurich.
But politicians are not paid here in Switzerland -- we all depend on society.
Not being paid means being dependent on the support of her husband.
While Julia talks about her political career, she stresses the fact that she was very lucky...
... to have her husband and that without him, she would not have made it.
Indeed, she's no regular feminist. (sarcastic tone)
Swiss women are not able to vote before 1971.
I grew up in a family where everybody talked about politics.
My mother and I grew up in a time where women could not participate in politics.
But in Switzerland it is common to be interested in politics,
because plebiscites held at least 4 times a year,
and these are only federal initatives, not counting (another) votes on the cantonal level.
A key fact in understanding the animosity between men and women in Switzerland...
Since 1971 women are able to vote.
Until the mid sixtes,
boys and girls were educated separately from each other (no co-education),
and there is no legal mechanism which allowed a woman to enroll at university,
or to begin a career, that was simply impossible.
Everything has changed now. Swiss women not only got the right to vote...
...but also began to push men back in many areas, for example, on the political stage.
4 out of 7 federal ministers are female.
Zurich City Parliament have as many women as men.
In recent Soviet past, many of us were forced to read Rosa Luxemburg's biography.
which spent (some) time in Zurich, here in Switzerland a bestseller, with feminists of course.
It looks like (then Soviet) Russia, which is looked down by many Western European as being a totalitarian...
...and underdeveloped country, took this feminist path earlier, faster,
and with less much pain than Europe itself.
In those last 40 years, when women are allowed to vote...
...the Swiss went too far so much with feminism, that men now complaint about...
...about the amount of overtly one-sided privileges which women received.
Historically, feminism came with the 20th century communist revolution in (Soviet) Russia,
After all the quotas for women in politics and in workplace put in place,
decades later, now, we left the whole Europe way behind us,
Women in executives, in the industry, as developers, in the politics,
this is not unusual for us, and nobody fight over these.
However, the most important question in this era...
What role will the men play in the 21st century?