Tuesday, February 08, 2005
No Racism Allowed
If you are racist, you are a weenie. The end.
Bubba, after reading your blog, I have a feeling you are the one who is not the real neck. But if you're cute, I'll let it slide.
Feminazi's boast about the fact that marxism and feminism are one and the same. Theyve reinvented marxism by replacing the oppression of the so-called "working class" with "oppression of women". Obviously this is old news but what alarms me is the fact that the US continues to tolerate these traitors as if theyre merely some variable viewpoint in the grand scheme of things. We should expell this radical gang of authoritarian thugs to Veitnam or Burma for sedition and let em rot!
Many feminists are embarrassed to discover
they are Communist dupes. They try to point out the differences
between themselves and Marxists but these differences are matters
of emphasis. Their embarrassment, however, is nothing compared to
ours when we acknowledge that we have been subverted. They have
taken over our minds. Feminists dominate the mass media and the
education systems (both primary and secondary) and use these for
indoctrination. They have great power in the legal system, many
parts of government, and are currently subverting the
military… The evidence is everywhere. The term
“politically correct” originated in the Communist Party
in Russia in the 1920´s. We use it everyday to refer to
adherence to feminist dogma… Communism is alive and well and
living under an assumed name. -- American Communism And The
Making Of Women´s Liberation.
Henry Makow Ph.D. Too Good Reports. October 3, 2001
Feminism was one of the many methods that little known
Communist Antonio Gramsci proposed destroying the West with. He surmised that
Capitalism was too strong and people too entrenched in their beliefs to ever
fully embrace the class warfare of Marxism. Part of his Communist theory
included inducing women into the workplace instead of family, promoting
abortion, female independence from social norms, easy divorce, etc.
I will address your points seriously the first time. After that, you are fair game for the shitstorm that is Red.
You are correct that many feminists are Marxists. That is nothing new. Many leftist fems believe in the Revolutionary Socialism that Karl Marx sought, and they do not deny it. Perhaps a long time ago they did, but I don't think that's the case anymore.
I am an economics major and a free market advocate, so I apologize if you wish to hear me talk about how the capitalist system oppresses women. It's not going to happen. I may disagree with corporatism, but not capitalism. I strongly believe the free market system is the path to freedom for all humans, including women.
It is true that Marx promoted women's independence in some ways. Then again, so did Milton Friedman, Friedrich Hayek, and the classical economist J.S. Mill. The difference is that Marx sought this independence through socialism, rather than the free market system. Are you suggesting that independence is a strictly Marxist objective? I'm sure most Americans would disagree with you on that.
I would invite you to read all of my posts and tell me exactly where I say that men as a class oppress women as a class. You cannot find it, because I do not say it. I do not advocate for gender-based affirmative action or for automatically awarding child custody to mothers. Rather, I believe laws and policies should be as gender-neutral as possible. I am an individualist; I do not concern myself with class warfare.
Lastly, I am saddened to see that you come from the "stand your ground" forum. I have visited that forum on occasion and did not find it misogynist (like some MRA forums). I recognized several respectable SYG members from the ifeminists forum, which I frequent under the name 'drumgurl'.
Do you not believe in personal responsibility? Feminists cannot brainwash any more than anti-feminists can. The person who allows himself or herself to become indoctrinated is not an independent thinker. See my post entitled 'The Right Victims'.
"As for feminism, I am a feminist in the classical definition. I believe in political, social, and economic freedom for women (and all people). I have always felt confined by rigid gender roles. I know many men who feel the same way. Growing up in a socially conservative household, I tried hard to fit the traditional female role. But no matter how hard I tried, I always failed.
I am also ignorant of all the different kinds of feminism. I've never taken a women's studies class, nor have I read much feminist theory. I just know that I believe strongly in individual freedom. And for me, my biggest obstacle to that has been rigid gender roles and the attempts of others to put them upon me. That is not to say all women should try to act 'masculine'. Rather, we should treat people as individuals and see what path that leads them to. Let them develop their natural strengths and abilities. Surely, many women will still turn out to be 'feminine'."
I actually meant that I *didn't* find SYG misogynist, but rather I thought *you* were trying to be, and that made me feel bad because I had always thought SYG were pretty nice guys. (Does that make sense?) Well, now I see that you weren't trying to be misogynist either. I think we both perhaps assumed we knew what the other person thought.
These gender wars can get crazy, and sometimes it's hard to see things from the other side. One major theme I see in both men's and women's forums is the frustration of having an expected role to fulfill.
Well, I guess I'm glad you didn't turn out to be a troll after all-- although it could be good for attracting traffic, haha!
I noticed your post about Antioch College's Sexual Offense Prevention Policy
They've put it online and it is available here: http://www.antioch-college.edu/Campus/cg/sopp.html
It may be a little different than you characterize it.