Saturday, March 2, 2013

Feminism Has Liberated Us All

... from families, children, decent jobs, a nation and happiness.

The liberation has consisted of sending women back to 18th century factory conditions where they can toil the rest of their lives at meaningless jobs without the interference of pregnancies with their tax revenues generation.

Betty Friedan never did any work like this in her life, girls. You got suckered big-time. Bolshevite Betty had a maid do the housework 7 days a week and didn't even know how to operate a broom.

From freedom back to slavery and bondage, over and over again. The entire Western world got conned right out of their lives and their futures. People were taught to complain about the suburban bliss of the 1950's, describing it as an oppressive regime. Bake sales, picnics and afternoon tea.

You tell me who works in the oppressive regime now. This problem won't go away for a couple of centuries or so.

It takes a long time to build up a healthy society and civilization and only a couple of years to tear it all down. It is much easier to destroy than to create. That is why the advantage always lies with the destroyers.


styrac said...

I think this has been posted here before but I never get tire of listening to it. Alain Soral on feminism:

styrac said...

btw this goes way back to Edward Bernays' "torches of freedom":