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Thursday, June 13, 2013

First wave feminism...Was racism and bigotry redirected?

It is not fair that they should vote, nor is it fair that a plantation Negro, who can neither read nor write, whose ideas are bounded by the fence of his own field and the price of his own mule, should be entrusted with the ballot … The Anglo-Saxon race will never submit to be dominated by the Negro …”Better whiskey and more of it” has been the rallying cry of great, dark-faced mobs … I pity the southerners … The problem on their hands is immeasurable. The colored race multiplies like the locusts of Egypt. The grog shop is their center of power. The safety of [white] women, of childhood, of the home, is menaced in a thousand localities.
- Women’s suffrage advocate (opponent of Black suffrage) and prohibitionist radical Frances Elizabeth Caroline Willard, during an interview by the New York Voice, 1890

This is the reality of First-Wave feminism. See beyond the myth.
Actual quote found here.

Did first wave feminism's beliefs on negro rights of the time, simply changed, and were redirected by the second wave towards men, giving us the third wave and it's beliefs about men, fathers, husbands, so on?
In my experience, reading what is said above and what they did to my family, ignoring my existence, and rights, I would have to say...yes.
Their opinions, that the African american of that time, was not fit to be mainstream in society, if i am reading this right, pretty well reflects what today's feminism think about, or preach about men...not word for word, but definitely a link between the two.
We can safely say, today's feminism, believe outright, that men's rights should be..."controlled" and how many times have I put up quotes from top line feminists beliefs about this issue.
As for multiplying, the radical feminist does speak of controlling male population...One notable quote suggest reducing the male population to ten percent if I remember right...
And safety...well that is easy, are we not, according to feminism, the cause of all woes in the world, jeopardizing the safety of women and children, all men are abusers, all men are controlling, all men hold power through rape and sexual harassment....so on....so on....
What we are is the defenders of human rights and even put up with these dumbarse's perverted rights to yap against the very men who fought and died, fighting, totalitarian regimes, corrupt governments, kings and queens, (which is another cute word for dictators).
I don't know, me been a stupid man, born to abuse,  with my controlling nature, (sarcasm), but there is a parallel there....Isn't there?
And to those who read my posts around my area, fell free to comment...please. I mean, comments like "your an idiot and you promote hatred" has to be backed up with a meaningful debates does it not? Other than your an idiot, an abuser, and all the usual when feminists do not like it when an opinion does not go their way...
(For argumentative purposes I am not talking about all women, but feminism, which I believe there is a difference)

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

Wow... You may not be a victim of violence, but one in four women are. Please consider us when you say that feminism is unnecessary.

The Native Canadian said...

No such thing as 1 in 4, it's a myth propagated by the radicals in order to increase their importance in a world that see them more and more as a hate group...or a privileged group, according to some African American women's sites. 1 In 4 women would mean what? that 1 in 4 men do this? Actually radicals will tell you “all men” are doing it or capable of...Look around you, the men in your lives, ask, see if 1 in 4 would ever do this...
Because it has been tagged as a hate group, many prominent women who are in themselves more secure than a feminist are running away from feminism because it has been tagged as man haters, such as Susan Sarandon, Taylor Swift, Katie Perry, so on...Their (feminists) perspective on life is that all women are victims and all men achieve power through rape and sexual harassment. Let’s face it, if women work with men, and vise versa, we can achieve more than playing the blame game, as a father do you really think we would put up with our daughters been abused? Come on...1 in 4?
Feminism is unnecessary, because it promotes permanent victimhood towards the real victims instead of survival, the way they talk we are all bad, imagine a world were all men are bad...So why do they do this? To create a fictional world where women come to them instead of believing in themselves, or their inner strength, this way they keep their importance, salaries and political power. The best way to recover from violence is not to depend on those who have an inferior complex and hate everything around them, but to depend on those around you. Family and friends.
Thank you for the comment.

Anonymous said...

Wow I don't believe you know what real feminism is. Everything you just sprouted is exactly what feminism is not supposed to be, you're talking about misandry. Mainstream feminism tends focus on white issues, so if that is a problem I sugge!st you look into indigenous feminism or decolonized feminism, which is a lot less binary. That fact ab


out 1 in 4 (or 1 in 5) native women being victims of sexual assault is TRUE and was published by amnesty international in response to Canada's horrible missing aboriginal women problem (its called No More Stolen Sisters). Canada has had a long discriminatory history indigenous peoples, especially first nations women. For you to say feminism is not necessary in a colonized world really just shows your ignorance of western discourse and issues we as native women face. I'm a feminist and I LOVE men, but its just plain ignorant to right off true feminism. Decolonize yourself

The Native Canadians said...

I know exactly what feminism is, it's for profit and personal power organisation based on demonizing anyone who is not in tune with them...I know a little about the people, and to say 1 in 4 women get raped is another lack of understanding who they are, I can only speak for what I see and I know native women, traditional ones anyway, can take care of themselves and the men around them respect their place in the circle...is amnesty int. inside the lives of the people, or just re-publishing feminist talking points? as for missing women, yes horrible, but what's horrible is the lack of those who promote one side over the other; guess what native men, elders and kids suffer as well, disappear, what about gas and glue sniffing kids, or elders up north looking for food in a dump, or doesn't that count? isn't that as horrible, or is it only one group count? All can be victims of crimes, look up twilight tours, but no mention of that "fact". Its only a colonized world if one lives in the past, I rather live today, to give those who come after me a chance instead of living in the past. Feminism is the problem because they only look at one group instead of the whole circle... Forgetting we are all in this together, we need each other or nothing will change. Living in the past is living as a victim, and as we all know, if one is a permanent victim, ones does not fight to change, because the strength of survival does not exist.
Thank you for your comment.

The Native Canadians said...

As for de-colonize myself, lol...
I have fought for the rights and freedoms of the people, put my life on the line and we advocate for total independence because we believe we can do better on our own than depend on other to fix things for us....how much more de-colonize can one get. I think you should look at what you wrote first, your statement shows you depend on others to fix what you see as a problem. And when one does that, nothing changes. Feminism is now seen as a negative, and when one claims to be one, well, one is identified as anti male, anti stay at home mom, anti family, and someone who suffers from an inferiority complex...

Anonymous said...

What a joke. Believing biased sources from the 80's? Nice. How about actually looking up real statistics instead of believing what your agenda wants you to

The Native Canadians said...

look up black women against feminism, not exactly from the 80's.