State Secretary for Education, Culture, and Science Sharon Dijksma of Netherlands

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that is destruction of capital, Dijksma said in an interview.
Edith Snoey, the leader of the biggest Dutch trade union, who has made a similar proposal to Dijksma’s, wrote on her weblog that Dijksma had expressed herself somewhat unfortunately by giving the impression that she was only focusing on women, while the sanction should also apply to educated men who do not want to join the workforce.
I hope Sharon Dijksma is not going back to Holland to throw all kids together, thinking she is doing them a favor and cutting costs at the same time.
A highly-educated woman who chooses to stay at home and not to work that is destruction of capital.
Sharon Alida Maria (Sharon) Dijksma was born in Groningen on 16 April 1971.
Dijksma says she wants to stimulate more women to join the work force.
Dijksma said demanding such a refund was a logical extension of Labour's plans to demand that university students pay for their education based on how much they earn later.
Dijksma is reiterating one of the central tenets of socialism which says women can only have value when they are in the paid labour force and that motherhood and childrearing is a form of slavery.
DijksmaState Secretary for Education, Culture and ScienceSharon Alida Maria (Sharon) Dijksma was born in Groningen on 16 April 1971.
Ms Dijksma was a member of the House of Representatives of the States General for the Labour Party (PvdA) from 1994 to 2007.
In 1991 and 1992, Ms Dijksma was one of the youth representatives in the Dutch government's delegation to the General Assembly of the United Nations in New York.
On 22 February 2007 Ms Dijksma was appointed State Secretary for Education, Culture and Science in the fourth Balkenende government.
education based on how much they earn later.