[Note: This is an article I wrote more than three years ago and published in a couple of venues. It is even more important to remember the history of feminism today. Feminism has spread like a fungus in all the countries under Anglo-zionist influence, including South America. There are women marches in South America now demanding that “feminicide” be declared an aggravated homicide by virtue of being a “gender crime” (“they kill women for no other reason than being women”…). If they were to properly honor their “foremothers” and carry their portraits, names included, in these marches and vigils, maybe it would strike at least a small number of these brain-washed women as odd that they all belonged to one ethnic group: a very special protected minority.]
The women’s “lib” movement of the 60s was not so much about equal rights that no rational person would dispute — equal opportunities, equal pay for equal work and no irrational gender-based discrimination — but rather about conditioning women to believe that the man was the implacable enemy.
The movement was a Jews-only campaign and, using the time-tested Jewish strategy of occupying all outposts of an issue, they got feminism covered:
There was the progressive, enlightened Hugh Hefner encouraging women’s sexual liberation (pornography pays fat dividends), whose slogan was “socially explicit means socially empowered,” soon followed by Cosmopolitan Magazine guided by Jewish Helen Gurley Brown (author of Sex and the Single Girl), which prided itself on publishing the first male nude centerfold (Burt Reynolds) for women’s equal rights of enjoyment.
Then there was the “reg’lar” Feminist party of Germaine Greer, Betty Friedan and Gloria Steinem, who did not disagree with Heffner on “principle” but decried “women’s exploitation by pornography.”
Betty Friedan’s book, The Women’s Mystique, tried to educate American women about their plight as full-time homemakers, a role she called stifling. (It was not a problem the American women would have much longer as the middle class was melting and no family could afford raising a family on one salary only.) Her book was praised by opinion makers like Allan Wolf and Daniel Horowitz.
Gloria Steinem, variously described as Liberal feminist and Radical feminist, is most proud of having coined the phrase “reproductive freedom” for abortion, but abortion on demand was not her only advocacy.
She was also a champion of homosexual marriage and strong opponent of genital mutilation — but naturally ONLY female genital mutilation. I guess she didn’t want to liberate male Jews in the confusion of indiscriminate liberation because this was, after all, feminism.
Another major Jewish doyenne of women’s lib was Germaine Greer, who claimed that “that women do not realise how much men hate them.” In her book, “The Female Eunuch,” she asserts that “Women have somehow been separated from their libido, from their faculty of desire, from their sexuality. They’ve become suspicious about it. Like beasts, for example, who are castrated in farming in order to serve their master’s ulterior motives – to be fattened or made docile – women have been cut off from their capacity for action. It’s a process that sacrifices vigour for delicacy and succulence, and one that’s got to be changed.” She also states that “the nuclear family is a bad environment for raising a family,” [sic] and that “the manufacture of women’s sexuality by Western society was demeaning and confining.”
“The difficulty for me is that I believe in permanent revolution. I believe that once you change the power structure and you get an oligarchy that is trying to keep itself in power, you have all the illiberal features of the previous regime. What has to keep on happening is a constant process of criticism, renewal, protest and so forth.”
Interestingly she introduced the enduring Jewish paranoic fear of assimilation into the feminist discourse, translating it into the ‘Man is the Enemy’ proposition, by stating that the main goal of women’s liberation was not to obtain equality with men. “Simple equality” equals simple assimilation. Such assimilation for women would make them only the equals of men. To Germaine Greer, women’s liberation should lead women to “define their own value system.”
Greer revealed her pedophilia in her book, The Beautiful Boy, an alleged art history book about the beauty of teenage boys, “which is illustrated with 200 photographs of what The Guardian called ‘succulent teenage male beauty.’ She described her book as “full of pictures of ‘ravishing’ pre-adult boys with hairless chests, wide-apart legs and slim waists”. She also said that, “I know that the only people who are supposed to like looking at pictures of boys are a subgroup of gay men. Well, I’d like to reclaim for women the right to appreciate the short-lived beauty of boys.”
The photograph on the cover was of 15-year old Björn Andrésen in his character of Tadzio in the film Death in Venice (1971). The actor has been quoted by journalists as complaining about the picture’s use.”
And then there was the Radical Feminist party of Andrea Dworkin who claimed that all sexual intercourse was rape. No men for her or, as far as she was concerned, for any women.
In her book Intercourse, she argues that all heterosexual sex in our patriarchal society is coercive and degrading to women, and sexual penetration may by its very nature doom women to inferiority and submission, and “may be immune to reform.”
She argued that art and popular culture presenting heterosexual intercourse as normal enforced a male-centric and coercive view of sexuality, and that …. the experience of heterosexual intercourse is a form of “occupation.” (That is the only connotation of the word “occupation” in her “oeuvre”…)
Her disciples claim that “emotional/sexual attachment to men (‘heterosexuality’) exists only within the context of OPPRESSION, GENOCIDE or globally organised violence against women by men as a class.” Only lesbians are safe.
Kosher Feminism has been part of the Jewish siege on American culture, pitting women agains men, minorities against whites (from the podium of their falsely assumed semitism), “progressives” and atheists against Christianity, and so on.
The Jewish preoccupation with “liberating” women from male oppression is not confined to America or the Western world.
Jewish feminists like Isa Lichter seem devoted to focusing on the lack of human rights of women in Islam and deplore the lack of action on the part of UN. It seems to escape her that if the 65 or more UN resolutions against Israel’s occupation had been observed, the Palestinians women would have had a sensible improvement in their lives.