I am not saying that women should stay at home and rear the children
I am not saying that either, but it would certainly be beneficial for the entire family if they could
afford it financially, and if mothers could concentrate on keeping the house and rearing children.
It is also, contrary to feminist propaganda, something that most women would be happy to do,
if only they could afford it. Unfortunately, the current economic system forces the women to
leave their children and go to work in mostly low-paid jobs. For example, the upkeep cost of a single
crèche or playschool place, that a local gmina is paying, is 1500PLN/month; at that time the mother
of that baby goes to work in which she earns 1200PLN/month (as a cashier in a supermarket for example).
Why don't we just give the 1200PLN to her, so she can stay at home with her kid, and we'll still have
300PLN left in the gmina's treasury?
If we had a system like that in place, it would be beneficial for the entire economy. Men would earn
much more (employers, deprived of the slave-like cheap labor of women, would be forced to pay more
to their male workers) so they would be able to support their families, there would be no unemployment
as women staying at home would create a huge shortage of labor power so every employee would
be very valuable and would have to be respected by the employer, and the most important thing,
the benefits for young generations, being raised by their mothers, would be immense.