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Saturday, February 22, 2014

How women on the Left turned upon their brothers...The irrationality of groups and tools like feminism.

It was strangely apparent to me back in those early years of The Woman's Liberation Movement how, once left-wing women had turned upon their brothers, the Left in England simply fell apart.
 
The gender war that we see today actually began in the late 1960's when the women who had been fighting alongside their brothers against capitalism held a series of meetings in the US (mainly in Washington) and, with the aim of finding a new platform on which to fight, declared that it was men who were the real enemy. The ferocity of those attacks that were orchestrated against men blinded those early women warriors to the consequences that might follow.
 
At the same time war was being declared on the male gender in the US, we in England were battling to establish a unified attack upon the stranglehold that the so called "caring agencies" had over so many peoples lives here. We were fighting to establish refuges for victims of domestic violence. Those of us who were political activists wanted to protect the coal mines from closure and the railways from privatisation. We came from all walks of life and we held all kinds of beliefs, but we were all united in the dream of creating a fairer and more compassionate society.
 
Then, as radical feminism began to spread from Washington and men in my country began to be persecuted also, I could see the pseudo war between men and women replace the real battles we were fighting. The men on the Left simply started to drift away from political activism, and this is why I believe Tony Blair was able to remove Clause IV from the Labour Party Constitution and break the back of the Labour Party for ever. This, I believe, also made possible the long reign of Margaret Thatcher—our first Women Prime Minister. (I wrote to her after she first came to power and asked what she was going to do about domestic violence. I recall that one of her minions answered to say that Margaret Thatcher was not interested in women's issues.)
 
Now, in 2013, the damage that the gender war has done, not only to men and boys, but also to ourselves has to be recognised and acknowledged. Something like peace and reconciliation must happen between the sexes. We have to learn to live together with our children. If we can't do that, there will indeed be no such thing as society.
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There was a time when we worked together, had respect for one another, and poo bear was the book of choice for schools, now on the other hand, men, dad is a looser, and who the hell is behind this shit? Ill give you three choices, the first two don't count...
 
Many of us have experienced the hate feminism has for men, where this started is debatable, but what is not is the fact they divide for personal benefits, and an unattainable ideology.
While we could be making this world a better place, we are falling backwards because of groups such as feminism and others, who thrive on division...
The damage they have caused might even be irreparable, families are more and more divided, children leave home to early and even if they are at home, they are pulled away from moral values by those who hate even themselves. They are thought to hate and then we wonder where they got it....(see book up there, title is "dad", then they try to water it down by saying "someone", why not "when someone goes to jail" as a title??? Dont tell me that's not targeting men.)

When I asked for help, I realised this hate was not only from feminism, but from any so call help organisation which went around blaming parents(with a little more emphasist on "DAD") and everyone else but themselves...
I never threatened anyone, yet was threatened at every turn by those who believed in their own self importance and their hate was concentrated on the fact I was a man, a father, and...in their own twisted minds...the enemy. And that hate is always at the expense of children.

We are slowly loosing our rights, today's democracy cannot be compared to what we were fighting for back then...Erin Pizzey is absolutely right, something went terribly wrong, but my belief is, feminism is just a tool, used by those who pull the strings behind the door.
What we have to ask ourselves is how did our freedoms got so watered down, even raising our children is now dictated by those who have never stepped a foot in our homes and have no idea how the family circle works, yet we let them in.
Under the disguise of protecting us from terrorism, they took away what was rightfully ours and they did it without a fight, and that is what is so disturbing, the ease in which they did it...
Feminism is not the main problem, true a major one, but it is only "a" tool, easily manipulated, people with hate can be controlled to "guide" society towards total control. It is infested with those who have an inferiority complex, and in any democracy they are the most dangerous.

Back then, we called ourselves left, but we talked to those who were on the right, women and men worked together, parents, families were involved, now  on the other hand, we are so divided, we can smell civil strife simply for the position one takes...

The hate I experienced, gave birth to this site, I was caught off guard because I did not know the inner workings of the so call family help industry, the manipulation of D.V. statistics, and the hold they had on all this for personal benefits...But now, I know what they stand for, and values have no place in their behaviour, if it's not feminism it's some other organisation, their main goal is...division.
What they failed to realise is, they simply attacked the wrong group, families, and when you persistently go after this group, we do have a tendency to slowly rise  to the challenge and set things aright....
Our system is financially and morally bankrupt, our kids are running the streets, parents are giving away their responsibilities, disease and viruses are slowly making their way into our lives, until one implants itself so deep, that no anti virus will be able to correct it....

Erin Pizzey hit it right on the button, when feminism with all their inferiority complex about men decided to go against us, they became a tool for those behind the door, and since then, the division has been destructive...especially against our children.
It might have taken us a long time to realise it, but we have come to a conclusion that groups like them have to go, wiped off society and start anew...
Freedoms should never be dictated by the few, or a hateful group, freedom is ours to take, and ours to loose....
The choices has always and always will be ours to make.
Women cannot survive without men, and vice versa,
families cannot survive with outside interferences,
children cannot thrive without parents,
society will die without morals...
Profit is temporary.....

If you find a coin, with two faces, you do not use it, you put it away somewhere, an abnormality without value...when men and women fight, or when one group such as feminism or manginism try to make society with only one face, it is, like the coin, an abnormality, we need different side of the same coin to make it worth something, and that is the human race's best quality, the union of both sides to understand it's value in the circle of life.

Let's remember who we really here for, not ourselves only, but for the next generation, we are not what they are trying to make us into, profit tools, or someone to pamper others inferiority complex, if left alone with our humanity, men and woman will move mountains, and help those in need, it is in our dna, but if we persist on letting those who thrive on division to run free and dictate how we should behave, we are adopting someone else's character instead of nurturing our own.
Men, women and children are all part of the human race with human feelings, we do better together than apart....together we have one heart, and that heart is made of gold.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

"we do better together than apart,together we have one heart, and that heart is made of gold."
Couldnt have said it better, love ur site.