Feminism: a Curse on Women, Men and Children

Did the CIA use feminism to destabalise society?

Mrs Mary Honeyball is Labour MEP for London. As well as being a politician, she is also a ‘humanist’ and a feminist.

Mary Honeyball, MEP

She is Labour’s spokes’person’ on women’s rights in the European Parliament. She thinks that abortion is a woman’s ‘choice’ and in places where it is not available is because of misogynists.

I have experienced the same reaction when I have posted on message boards and blogs where coming out against abortion is met with accusations of ‘hating’ women. I suppose it is the sort of reaction to be expected in a society that has become so dumbed down, sex-obsessed and generally dehumanised that love is hate and death is good if it is convenient for the sort of ‘lifestyle’ you want to live.

Feminism is another part of ‘divide and rule’ so common in the world today and it has swept a tsunami of napalm over the armies in the ‘battle of the sexes,’ so-called, superheating tempers to new degrees.

I offered this link to pictures of abortion and was accused of emotional blackmail. I am not surprised that people who think abortion is a ‘woman’s right’ do not want to consider the actual bloody murder that goes on. This picture of a human life aborted after eleven weeks proves that it should not legally be anyone’s choice to inflict this carnage on another human being.

The sadness and anger that has swept through the nation after Baby P was tortured to death would not have been there had he instead been crushed to death and sucked out the womb in pieces or brought out whole and left to gasp his last breath on a cold steel dish in a hospital in a world dehumanised by ‘humanism’ with its baseless manmade ‘ethics’.

Mrs Honeyball and her cohorts want to see three-fifths of women in the EU to be in employment by 2010.

I wrote on Mrs Honeyball’s blog that perhaps the most important job a woman can do is to rear a happy, talented next generation. This job is increasingly denied to women as the government/EU tries to coax more and more into work while their young children are looked after by others. It is therefore no surprise that we see a disintegrating society full of dysfunctional, vulnerable people dependent on state intervention.

I asked her where the figure of 60% of women in employment by 2010 came from? Was it an arbitrary number? If not, what does having three out of five women in employment achieve and if this figure is reached, will there be a new, higher target for the future where only women too old, too sick or wealthy enough will not need to work?

Is the EU’s plan to totally destroy the notion of family life so that all its institutions can assume the role of surrogate parent? I mean the bodies, whether funded directly by government or through fake charities, that try and control these dysfunctional families, for example, in the areas of ‘sexual health,’ the benefits system, mental health, the criminal justice system (whether for a real crime or an invented bin, smoking or ‘thought’ crime).

These systems of intervention and monitoring were called upon far less frequently when most families consisted of a father with a proper job and his wife who looked after the children in their formative years.

Under the pretext of ‘equality’ once again, IVF treatment is now permitted to be given to women without considering the child’s right to have a father, thus further undermining family life and society.

My final question to Mrs Honeyball was what evidence does she have that women benefit from her social engineering, because children don’t.

Unfortunately, she does not often reply to comments.

Back to my original question, did the CIA use feminism to destabalise society?

Yes, according to many, like Henry Makow, author (and inventor of the board game Scrupples), who says:

“Feminism is a grotesque fraud perpetrated on society by its governing elite. It is designed to weaken the American social and cultural fabric in order to introduce a friendly fascist New World Order. Its advocates are sanctimonious charlatans who have grown rich and powerful from it. They include a whole class of liars and moral cripples who work for the elite in various capacities: government, education and the media. These imposters ought to be exposed and ridiculed.”

The New World Order used to be the reserve of conspiracy loons, but now we see it as a reality with increasing world political and religious leaders calling for such a setup.

Gordon Brown recently called for a New World Order ‘to thoroughly reform international financial institutions and create a new “truly global society”‘.

If you have not yet explored this coming global enslavement and control mechanism, please do so. I recommend Infowars for starters.



Filed under Moral Meltdown, Police State, Social Engineering, UK Politics

3 responses to “Feminism: a Curse on Women, Men and Children

  1. Susie

    On the one hand, I wouldn’t entirely mind if a government were to legislate me out of employment and instead double the wages of my husband.

    On the other hand, I am too efficient to be left at home alone raising children, particularly once they’ve gone to school. I suspect it would lead to less stability, not more. I come from a long line of meddling housewives who have destabilized the country with their various causes: the environment, education, the right to vote, separation of church and state, and God only knows what else. We have blackmailed people out of office and led witch hunts, too. I am proud to say, however, that we have only officially been kicked out of one city in the last three hundred years.

    You know, it might be better if I stay busy. My husband certainly seems to think so.

  2. Thanks, Susie. Your first suggestion is very good!

    I am all for talented women to be productive in other ways, but not to be socially engineered into believing they are not valuable members of the community if they don’t.

    You sound a bit Bolshie like me. I hope my rebellion is a righteous one.

    Are you American by any chance with your “separation of church and state”?

    I think this is a misunderstanding on the part of the modern American. Did it not originally mean that no particular denomination or sect should prevail in government matters?

    I don’t think it meant what the humanist/atheist minority wants it to mean, i.e. that religion should be shoved out of politics.

    It seems to me that the early Americans built their great nation on their Christian faith. Now that the atheists want any reference to the Almighty obliterated under the false interpretation of “separation of church and state,” the country, like all of what was once Christendom, is going down the pan, morally, spiritually, economically, intellectually…

  3. Cinnamon

    Kids unfortunately are not eggs you can just hand to someone else — adoption often goes wrong(since it’s not flesh and blood and that often shows in the end with sad results) and growing up in a kids home or serial fosterhomes is a lonely horror — any child who survives that will be far too damaged to bring up a normal kid themselves(as they don’t know what is ‘normal’).

    Abortion means the lady didn’t want the kid — and it saves the world one abandoned waif and potential adult train crash. It’s nice of you to care, but perhaps you ought to worry about real problems? If it bugs you, why not start with why she didn’t want the kid?

    Let’s be realistic here, even if she don’t abort that kid, it’ll be hated and serially abandoned… besides that, having a kid is the end of a decent chance at getting hitched and starting a real family, most men don’t like stepkids.

    I wish I could say otherwise and say that abortion is bad (it is, but it can happen), but having seen what happens to unwanted kids first hand, abortion isn’t all that bad an option, it saves the sanity and sometimes the lives of innocent bystanders. What kind of malcontent would Baby P have been as an adult? With luck not a psycho… but in reality… probably yes, abused kids become abusing adults. The world has enough headcases as is, no need to add… we need normal people, not more nutters.

    Yes the procedure of abortion looks a bit gory but anyone who slaughters their own meat has seen far worse, don’t bother with that cheap trick, get a grip man, it’s only a clump of cells without a future. (this drama sounds ever so lefty, gis’ a rest mate)

    The idea about the CIA is a bit wild, I’d drop that if I was you, it looks like you ate your kiddies stash for breakfast 😀

    That said, I agree to some extent, but I don’t think it’s bad that we’ve freed women from the housework that consisted of nursing kids and old people. What is bad is that we simply abandoned kids and old people without the men stepping up to look after them (see the many old people’s homes with lots of abandoned parents… who’d in their right mind bother with kids? Might as well breed snakes!).

    It’s great that people can choose nowadays, because life as a woman used to be horrible for the more talented ladies who were not rich enough to indulge in freedom, but we’ve not really reformed as such, we only brushed the problem under the carpet, and guess what — it does not magically solve itself, people get old and need their kids help for basic life, and kids need a lot of time and an adult at home.

    Fact is, not every women needs (or wants) to be breeding, nor does every women need to. But those that do, should be supported to do it properly, because latchkey children usually end up feral.

    In theory, humanity should be smart enough to arrange for this… in practice, perhaps we need to evolve a little more first ;-P

    So, if you’re seriously interesting in fixing, well, obsessing about a chav aborting anoother unwanted chav is not the right solution (in fact, they should be encouraged) but making it possible for decent folks who want kids and who are capable to have them… quite another.

    We need quality, not quantity…

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