Monday, February 8, 2016

A Passing Thought on Feminism

The ugly beast of Feminism reared its demonic head in the West just prior to WW1 and grew in strength through out the Luciferian 20th century.

The stated aim of this movement was equality for women, but as one can tell from the West's attitude towards women and their own in many ways attitude towards themselves, quite the opposite has occurred.

Let us look at the words used to describe women. It stated with madame or miss at the turn of the last century. Then progressed to dame and doll. Later to chick, by the 70s and 80s. And since then to bitch and whoo (whore).

Women themselves have gone from looking like delicate flowers or matriorical figures, to which most men instinctively reacted with respect, to something akin of street walkers or bull dyke lesbians. This has hardly helped their station and the fact that they themselves have embraced these roles full in the West only underlines this fact.

However two things have come in full from Feminism: the destruction of the family as a unit and homosexuality.

Take a minute and think about it.


Anonymous said...

You worry too much. These are pretty much self liquidating problems even if they do crop up century after century.

Behavior exists for a reason. And those reasons are like gravity.

Worry more about all these shiny trinkets which hold their owners under a spell. There is something physical there - and it's interfering with ancient wiring. This phenomenon deserves some respect but never gets any. And these new legal "drugs" are multiplying so quickly - none of has any idea how to mitigate the problems.

Been driving lately? Ever wish these people would take up heavy drinking?
Imagine how distracted these people are with their mates?

Caryl said...

Hello Mr. Mishin--I enjoy your site and think your West-bashing is entirely deserved. It is frightening to observe the moral deterioration in every sphere of life on this side of the globe. .
I have also been an opponent of feminism. This is not a piece about feminism,
but I do critique it a bit here--you might enjoy it:
Best regards

Anonymous said...

Rom 3:16-18
16 "Destruction and misery are in their ways:

17 And the way of peace have they not known:

18 There is no fear of God before their eyes."
Pray that the fear of God will take hold of them and they will consider their ways - because their destruction is for ever.