Wednesday, September 30, 2009

Video: Roots of Feminism & A Call To Arms

I would like to introduce my readers to an outstanding MRA who goes by the name of barbarossaaaa on YouTube but you can call him Ryan.

NOTE::Ryan can get a little heated and angry at times but he has good intentions and is simply frustrated at the state of things...

On Women in the Workforce:
"Nowadays the working woman hastens out of the house early in the morning when the factory whistle blows. When evening comes and the whistle sounds again, she hurries home to scramble through the most pressing of her domestic tasks. Then it’s off to work again the next morning, and she is tired from lack of sleep. For the married working woman, life is as hard as the workhouse. It is not surprising therefore that family ties should loosen and the family begin to fall apart. The circumstances that held the family together no longer exist. The family is ceasing to be necessary either to its members or to the nation as a whole. The old family structure is now merely a hindrance." "Communism liberates women from her domestic slavery and makes her life richer and happier." -Alexandra Kollontai -Komunistka, No. 2, 1920, and in English in The Worker, 1920

On Childcare:
"The state is responsible for the upbringing of children" "The woman who takes up the struggle for the liberation of the working class must learn to understand that there is no more room for the old proprietary attitude which says: “These are my children, I owe them all my maternal solicitude and affection; those are your children, they are no concern of mine and I don’t care if they go hungry and cold – I have no time for other children.” The worker-mother must learn not to differentiate between yours and mine; she must remember that there are only our children, the children of Russia’s communist workers." -Alexandra Kollontai -Komunistka, No. 2, 1920, and in English in The Worker, 1920

In her book The Second Sex famous feminist Simone de Beauvoir wrote: “A world where men and women would be equal is easy to visualize, for that precisely is what the Soviet Revolution promised.” (p. 760)

"No woman should be authorized to stay at home to raise her children. Society should be totally different. Women should not have that choice, precisely because if there is such a choice, too many women will make that one." -Simone de Beauvoir

“Overthrowing capitalism is too small for us. We must overthrow the whole F*#@+*g patriarchy!” -Gloria Steinem (Detroit Free Press, April 15, 1974)

“For the sake of those who wish to live in equal partnership, we have to abolish and reform the institution of legal marriage.” -Gloria Steinem


Stalin's Communist Playbook Is In Motion

Alexandra Kollontai: Stalin's right hand woman.
Valerie Jarrett: Obama's right hand woman.

A thanks to Christina Hoff Sommers

The First Congress of Working Women was held on November 19th 1918. This for Kollontai was a real advance, and a vindication of her agitation for a separate women’s section within the Party which she had been advocating since 1906.

A year after this took place it became evident that something more was needed because it was proported that the oppression of women went so deep. The Women’s Department or (Genotdel) (replicated by Obama and the new Council on Women and Girls) thus replaced the committee.

This new department was to mobilize them for practical political activity. Jessica Smith in Women in Soviet Russia (1928) describes conflict between men and women in Changing Attitudes in Soviet Russia and records debates in which women accuse the men of condescension (oppression) and patronage or (misogyny) & (patriarchy).

As the communist revolution grew and took control over the state The ‘Genotdel’ was dissolved in 1929 with the official explanation that "equality" or the Marxist ideal of a classless society had been achieved and as such an independent women’s movement was no longer necessary.

It is important to note that one of the first orders of business for the Council on Women and Girls was to divert the stimulus package to women in vast entirety.

Upon meeting the approval of the Women's Party ( Council on Women and Girls) Obama tasked Christina Romer and Jared Bernstein, Joseph Biden's chief economist, with preparing an extraordinary report that calculated not only the number of jobs the plan would likely create, but the gender composition of the various employment sectors and the division of largess between women and men.

Romer and Bernstein delivered "The Job Impact of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Plan" on January 10. Though what is now 82% of all jobs lost were to men, they concluded that the stimulus package now "skews job creation somewhat towards women." (Please google and read "No Country For Burly Men" by Christina Hoff Sommers.)

Karl Marx recognized the importance of usurping to populous through women.
Through the feminine and in defense, protection and provision for her, in being told she is not fairing well, her inherent entitlement to such and the labors of man and the state will emerge. In being told it is his fault men can be usurped. He will not dare question the advocacy for such. Women will surrender to their own needs, men will surrender to the needs of women and both to the provision of state and working industry.

- "Anyone who knows anything of history knows that great social changes are impossible without feminine upheaval. Social progress can be measured exactly by the social position of the fair sex, the ugly ones included."-- Karl Marx

God save the Republic

1 comment:

*** ******** said...

yeah. you can't have women, y'know, like, making decisions for themselves. they might not make the decision the feminists want them to make.