Women shouldn't be involved at all. Anyone who says that "b-but that's what Mudslimes do!" should be ignored, because if we went by that standard, many things that traditional European societies have done in the past would have to be discarded outright. It should all hinge on what are the pros and cons of having women involved in politics. I agree with you personally. They're too emotional and easily swayed. This said, so are many men. Democracy hinges on the idea on idea that voters are rational and know their best interests. Rejecting this (as I do), most men should not be involved in politics either.
>I do want them to be forced to dress modestly. The problem is that I don't know how this can be enforced legally.
This can only be fixed gradually
. The entire media apparatus controlled by our enemies today will have to be pulled from their control, firstly, and begin instilling our values - i.e. pro-modesty, pro-family, pro-complementarianism (as opposed to equality of the genders). Begin scrubbing all the filth and feminist propaganda from the minds of the people and imparting our values through the educational system and people will massively change in a decade. People follow their leaders as well. Have them be moral paragons and role-models and all the world will follow. Just think of the massive social-engineering of our enemies reversed. The difference for us is that we work on humans norms and attitudes with millennia worth of a track-record. It might even be faster to restore, but it certainly won't be overnight.
Regarding the level of modesty. I don't see much reason to aim for anything more extreme than in the pics I attached. And by the standards of the modern West, this is super
modest. I don't think it's that
radical though. They look nice on the women in the pictures, and more importantly it doesn't show every curve on their body. They have some basic self-respect and you won't be cucked by other men in public leering at your wife
>strengthen obscenity laws for media in general
>stop treating women like a sex commodity in advertising, etc
>enforce through educational standards, school uniforms, gender segregation in schools, etc
>encourage people to have large families through incentives and state-support (so the woman will not need to work)
Regarding Christianity, I will have to disagree for the typical reasons you can probably guess, but you're 100% right that we need an overarching "civic creed" alongside other very important factors like blood-relations.