Why Hate is the Core of the Feminist Agenda

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Robert Stacy McCain is doing, as Donald Douglas Suggests, a “seminar on radical feminism.”   I could not agree more.  Over the last few weeks, Stacy has been dismantling feminist arguments and assertions (in as much as they can be called arguments in a logical sense).  Here are links to two of his latest…

How Can @KirstenPowers10 Ever Abandon Her Idolatry of Equality?

Why Do Lesbians Love ‘Slut Walk’?

They are well worth the read, as is Donald Douglas’s discussion of the topic…

Harvard’s Sandra Korn and the Leftist Crusade for ‘Academic Justice’

And, once again, allow me to go “process over content.”  Feminist theory (and I am gravely insulting theories everywhere, even Ancient Astronaut theory, by making that comparison), as a part of Cultural Marxism, does not really seek to support, elevate, or alleviate any problem or ill.  It is not meant to correct problems, or even improve the life of a single human being (except from Women’s Studies professors).  It isn’t based on facts, logic, or anything any functional human being would see as remotely reasonable.  It is instead based on hate.  Hatred of marriage, hatred of nature, hatred of child-rearing, hatred of anything good or noble, and even hatred of self-all of these are at the core of feminism.  Feminist hate is therefore eagerly swallowed by disaffected people, allowing them to project their self-hatred onto a number of scapegoats.  It isn’t aimed at making things better; it is aimed at making things worse, by destroying all of our cultural institutions.

Sadly for the feminists, they have failed to recognize that if they win; they lose.  Like all useful idiots, their fates are rather unpleasant; once they cease being useful.

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  • Jeanette Victoria

    Hate is the evil fruit of their denial of God