You can just tell from the first paragraph of this little bit of business by Nancy Levant entitled “Feminism and the Control of Womanhood” that we’re in for a frothy ride:
I received a note from a “feminist” who was quite disturbed with my opinions about “feminism.” Her arguments were dialectically predictable as she simply regurgitated the pat lines of the movement, but for the benefit of young women who grow up amidst the dialectic, I will respond with clarity.
Clarity being best served by academic jargon and scare quotes.
The one-world government scenario is dialectically based upon economics, environment, and equity – known as the Three E’s. These Three E’s involve global control of the common man’s labor and money, “sustainable” nature, and forcing all commoners into financial sameness. These same intentions are also documented in the U.N. Agenda 21 game plan for our “sustainable” environmental future.
She sure does like the dialectics, don’t she?
I’m not sure, frankly, how we jumped from feminism to one-world government. But note what she’s doing: she’s setting up feminists and tree-huggers as part of the powerful global conspiracy headed by the UN. Target of that conspiracy? The “common man.”
(See, boys! I’m not one of those evil feminists who just want to crush you! I’m not like other women at all! Please give me a cookie!)
The feminist movement was crafted by the one-world political initiative and invented to create and sustain global depopulation goals. That is and remains the primary mission of the feminist movement.
Susan B. Anthony was the first Secretary-General of the UN, yanno.
Women’s “rights” are disallowed definition by culture, religion, personal opinion, or any other social definition minus the feminist movement. In today’s world, we have no choices as women, whatsoever, but to agree to the think tank morality written and coded by this global movement.
Note the scare quotes again. Silly women, thinking you have rights!
You know, for someone claims to be a “renowned writer for Constitutional governance,” she doesn’t really get the concept of rights as framed by the US Constitution and, indeed, many human-rights documents. Rights are not bestowed upon people, they are our birthright. The Constitution itself is a description of the limits of government’s power. When you hear about the Supreme Court “expanding” the rights of one group or another, that’s not entirely an accurate description. What they’re really doing is recognizing that the right exists and that the government has to allow its exercise without interference.
Nancy’s argument here seems to be that the all-powerful feminist think tanks (where can I get me one of those jobs?) forbid the consideration of any “rights” (scare quotes mine) which might conflict with the feminist agenda of homogenizing the culture and denying biology. Don’t believe me? Check out the Amazon description of her book, The Cultural Devastation of American Women: The Strange and Frightening Decline of the American Female (and her dreadful timing) (emphasis mine, and yes, that is the title):
The Cultural Devastation of American Women is a factual investigation into the American woman’s abuse of liberation. Levant burrows into the psyches and habits of American women. She exposes over-spending, over-decorating, obsessions with beauty, weight, social climbing, and the hiring out of traditional female functions. All of these demonstrate a rejection of biological instincts and behaviors. Levant exposes demanding, unreasonable, and incompetent mothers. She delves with brutal frankness into women and marriage, child rearing, divorce, hypochondria, self-absorption, and vanity, challenging the assumption that Westernized society freed women from social bondage. Levant calls for a critical evaluation of womanhood in 21st Century America. The Cultural Devastation of American Women is reckoning day for American women as readers of all ages and political persuasions find complete agreement with the proof of the voices of suffering children. By including the commentary of daycare children to create premise and purpose, Levant allows our children to report on the current state of parenthood, home life, and themselves.
American women must be protected from our freedom lest we deny our biological functions and outsource our traditional female roles!
Now, where have I heard that line about “abuse of freedom” before? Oh, yeah.
Note, also, the cover art: a stiletto heel crushing an egg. If that’s not a symbol of women’s rejection of their proper roles as incubators in favor of vanity, I don’t know what is.
Levant goes on in the article to weave a paranoid fantasy in which feminists, environmentalists, and people who agitate for healthcare, education and the elimination of poverty are all in cahoots with the corporations and bankers. The result?
You guessed it: Fascism! With a soupcon of Communism, for good measure. All with a goal of bringing down the US economy.
No, seriously, I am not making this up. Go read for yourself. And ask yourself how Nancy could possibly have left out ZOG.
She does eventually get to her point about feminism’s role in this global conspiracy:
The feminist piece of the global puzzle deals specifically with depopulation through women’s “healthcare,” big pharma, and the “mental health” industrial complex. Women’s rights are now defined by the right to abort, the right to be drafted, and the right to take drugs that will render women and children incapable of bearing children. And just as many women worldwide earned the right to own property, that right has now fallen to other plans, which state that no “individual” may own private property.
Really? What am I paying the mortgage for, then?
This really has to be the kicker, though: feminism was created by men — specifically, THE MAN — to keep the common man down by denying him his right to a compliant baby factory:
Also, one must note that the industrial and banking powers that be are mostly men – the men whose dynastic families created their one-world government of choice. And these same men also created the feminist movement in order to curb the tendencies of commoners to breed and out-number them billions to one. The feminist movement is based upon political lies and the control of reproduction. “Sustainable” nature is also based upon enforcing a remarkable decline in birth rates. I assure you this enforcement will not fall upon the world’s elite.
Hate to tell you this, hon, but the elites aren’t spending all their time breeding, either. The more kids you have, the less their inheritance is, and since the real moneyed interests in this country get a lot of their wealth from investments rather than earned income, it makes no sense to have a whole bunch of kids if it means your fortune will be diluted.
Nancy’s also suspicious of the availability of mental health (“mental health”) care for women. Interferes with their baby production, or something (probably because it gives them ideas about being happy or somesuch). And she goes off about some kind of “genetic data base the one-world government run by the bankers and feminists are keeping.
One feature of conspiracy theories is a belief in the ubiquity and competence of the government that just beggars belief. This is why I can’t buy into them. All the 9/11 theories, for example? Too many moving parts would have to have been coordinated perfectly, and the Bush Administration just isn’t that good.
At this point, Nancy’s sounding rather like the (unfortunately for me, pro se) plaintiff in a case I worked on once. He didn’t really like to talk about the claims in the case itself, but instead wanted to talk about the relentless campaign of harrassment the Sanitation Department was waging against him. This campaign of harrassment had gone on for 20 years and involved covert ops by Sanitation Department surgeons, who kidnapped people in the middle of the night to perform hair transplants on them against their will.
And no, I’m not making that up, either. When you start reminding me of that guy, it’s a good sign that something is not right in your world.
At some point, Nancy is forced to bow to reality and acknowledge that today’s “liberated” woman still has kids and gets married and all that. But she’s still abusing her freedom because she’s putting her kids in government-sponsored daycare and worrying about her weight!
(Yes, I know some of you pricked up your ears there. “Government-sponsored daycare? Where?” you ask. Unfortunately for you, you don’t live in Nancy’s World. But you’re probably still obsessed with divorce, you dirty whore.)
Oh, but Nancy’s here to tell you, you just think you’re free:
Let me give the women of the West a clue – “liberation” means that you are free – free to think as you choose and free to create your life according to your efforts and your beliefs. I suggest to you that the “liberation” you have achieved through the misguidance of the feminist movement is false. I suggest that Westernized women are often miserable, overworked, and suffering due to separation from their children. Think of it this way – the feminist movement actually believed they could change the fundamental meaning and purpose of womanhood, biological and instinctual gendering, and that they could culturally remove children from mothers, and call it “liberation.” You are equally liberated to destroy any children that you don’t want. Wow. I guess that means that you have a great deal of power. Congratulations. It is far greater to be a drugged laborer than a mother. Let us thank the feminist movement for making this clear to us dim-witted females.
And because of the feminist movement, dear Nancy, you are free to write for a living denouncing feminists. Everybody’s happy!
But Nancy is not done with you. She has a special message for the readers of this blog, and that is:
And to the world’s feminists – I say this: You are the dumbest women who have ever walked the face of the Earth. Week by week, day by day, you are losing every right you thought you invented. You fell hook, line, and sinker into the dialectic, and you are nothing but dictator pawns to the larger mission of total control over people and freedom.
“Dictator pawns.” I love it. Add an “r” in there somewhere, and you have something off a Chinese menu for a Cultural Revolution-themed restaurant: Dictator Prawns with Little Red Book sauce.
Via Jessica, who will give you Nancy’s email address.
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