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RookhKshatriya:
Marie Stopes, renowned Anglo-Feminist and pioneer of birth-control, was in fact a Nazi. A Nazi is anyone with Nazi beliefs, whether they were card-carrying German Nazis or not. The French FN or British BNP are rightly considered Nazis, even today, long after Hitler's death. Stopes shared key Nazi beliefs - she was thus a Nazi... simple, really.

Stopes may not have been a member of the Nazi party, but her eugenic views were identical: birth control, abortion and so on, to eliminate people she deemed 'unfit'. Had she not lived in the Anglo-Saxon world, but in Nazi Germany, she would undoubtedly have been an active and committed Nazi. There is a difference between a chemical engineer attending an engineering conference in Nazi Germany, and a eugenicist attending a population control conference in Nazi Germany: the former remains politically neutral, the latter is inevitably politically engaged. In fact, many early feminists were racists and eugenicists, a fact long swept under the carpet by the liberal establishment. Virginia Woolf was also a Nazi, not just Stopes! Elite women are natural allies of Nazis and other authoritarian creeps, a fact well born out by history. We need a Nuremburg trial for such subhuman filth.

Interestingly, Gandhi was also a racist who detested black people and thought that only the higher social castes deserved human rights. We think the point is with Stopes that her 'contributions' to birth control were, as a whole, motivated by entirely different aims than is popularly considered. In the case of Plato, Karl Marx and so on, their contributions were not tarnished by their appalling racist/fascist beliefs (Marx was also a racist and anti-Semite), as their real contributions were in unrelated fields such as logic, philosophy or economics (Virginia Woolf admittedly falls into this category); while Stopes' entire contribution was an attempt to legitimate and realize her eugenic, Nazi beliefs.

The whole thrust of puritanical Anglo-American Gentile culture is to set women on pedestals as Saints; when we scratch the surface, however, feminist luminaries are often appalling Nazi bigots, at least as bad as the males that feminism excoriates. Virginia Woolf was also a deranged racist, anti-Semite and eugenicist. It is great fun pointing this out to Anglo-feminist pinheads... as it utterly refutes their claim that a female-run world would be morally superior. Just study the social insects to see clear confirmation of that!

Something we have often considered is that Anglo-American women should be made to attend special classes where their racism, homophobia, sexism and entitlement issues would be discussed as a problematic socio-biological legacy, things they would be made to address rationally as innate problems they suffer from, rather like hereditary mental illnesses. Part of the rights/privileges agenda is that Anglo-American women are insufficiently challenged, as the pedestal they have wrangled for themselves sets them somehow above reproach. That pedestal needs to be removed with the utmost urgency.

Yes, men can be racist too - but the point is that female racism is entirely UNTOUCHED in the media or elsewhere (unlike white working class male racism, for instance). Our quarrel with Anglo-American women hinges on the blind eye turned to their racism, homophobia, socio-political privileges and double standards across the Anglosphere - attitudes that informally constrict the rights of others.
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Captain Courageous:
How does this fit in with the misandry and the megalomania we're seeing more and more nowadays? The website http://www.womynkind.org/scum.htm touts Valerie Solanas and her SCUM Manifesto as experiencing a resurgence "all over the web". Judith Sheindlin ("Judge Judy") makes it a point to squeak in, "Women are superior!" on William Shatner's show. Amazonian prototypes are beating up males effortlessly on television and the movies, on a regular basis. Even James Bond has to answer to an old crone, who is later portrayed as the one that actually recruited and trained him (cinematic revisionist history). Where's the Nazi connection in all of this?

dr e:

Got any links to back up any of these claims?



--- Quote from: RookhKshatriya on Sep 19, 2009, 04:39 AM ---
Marie Stopes, renowned Anglo-Feminist and pioneer of birth-control, was in fact a Nazi. A Nazi is anyone with Nazi beliefs, whether they were card-carrying German Nazis or not. The French FN or British BNP are rightly considered Nazis, even today, long after Hitler's death. Stopes shared key Nazi beliefs - she was thus a Nazi... simple, really.

Stopes may not have been a member of the Nazi party, but her eugenic views were identical: birth control, abortion and so on, to eliminate people she deemed 'unfit'. Had she not lived in the Anglo-Saxon world, but in Nazi Germany, she would undoubtedly have been an active and committed Nazi. There is a difference between a chemical engineer attending an engineering conference in Nazi Germany, and a eugenicist attending a population control conference in Nazi Germany: the former remains politically neutral, the latter is inevitably politically engaged. In fact, many early feminists were racists and eugenicists, a fact long swept under the carpet by the liberal establishment. Virginia Woolf was also a Nazi, not just Stopes! Elite women are natural allies of Nazis and other authoritarian creeps, a fact well born out by history. We need a Nuremburg trial for such subhuman filth.

Interestingly, Gandhi was also a racist who detested black people and thought that only the higher social castes deserved human rights. We think the point is with Stopes that her 'contributions' to birth control were, as a whole, motivated by entirely different aims than is popularly considered. In the case of Plato, Karl Marx and so on, their contributions were not tarnished by their appalling racist/fascist beliefs (Marx was also a racist and anti-Semite), as their real contributions were in unrelated fields such as logic, philosophy or economics (Virginia Woolf admittedly falls into this category); while Stopes' entire contribution was an attempt to legitimate and realize her eugenic, Nazi beliefs.

The whole thrust of puritanical Anglo-American Gentile culture is to set women on pedestals as Saints; when we scratch the surface, however, feminist luminaries are often appalling Nazi bigots, at least as bad as the males that feminism excoriates. Virginia Woolf was also a deranged racist, anti-Semite and eugenicist. It is great fun pointing this out to Anglo-feminist pinheads... as it utterly refutes their claim that a female-run world would be morally superior. Just study the social insects to see clear confirmation of that!

Something we have often considered is that Anglo-American women should be made to attend special classes where their racism, homophobia, sexism and entitlement issues would be discussed as a problematic socio-biological legacy, things they would be made to address rationally as innate problems they suffer from, rather like hereditary mental illnesses. Part of the rights/privileges agenda is that Anglo-American women are insufficiently challenged, as the pedestal they have wrangled for themselves sets them somehow above reproach. That pedestal needs to be removed with the utmost urgency.

Yes, men can be racist too - but the point is that female racism is entirely UNTOUCHED in the media or elsewhere (unlike white working class male racism, for instance). Our quarrel with Anglo-American women hinges on the blind eye turned to their racism, homophobia, socio-political privileges and double standards across the Anglosphere - attitudes that informally constrict the rights of others.
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RookhKshatriya:

--- Quote from: Captain Courageous on Sep 19, 2009, 04:36 PM ---
How does this fit in with the misandry and the megalomania we're seeing more and more nowadays? The website http://www.womynkind.org/scum.htm touts Valerie Solanas and her SCUM Manifesto as experiencing a resurgence "all over the web". Judith Sheindlin ("Judge Judy") makes it a point to squeak in, "Women are superior!" on William Shatner's show. Amazonian prototypes are beating up males effortlessly on television and the movies, on a regular basis. Even James Bond has to answer to an old crone, who is later portrayed as the one that actually recruited and trained him (cinematic revisionist history). Where's the Nazi connection in all of this?

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That IS the Nazi connection...

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RookhKshatriya:

--- Quote from: dr e on Sep 19, 2009, 05:42 PM ---

Got any links to back up any of these claims?



--- Quote from: RookhKshatriya on Sep 19, 2009, 04:39 AM ---
Marie Stopes, renowned Anglo-Feminist and pioneer of birth-control, was in fact a Nazi. A Nazi is anyone with Nazi beliefs, whether they were card-carrying German Nazis or not. The French FN or British BNP are rightly considered Nazis, even today, long after Hitler's death. Stopes shared key Nazi beliefs - she was thus a Nazi... simple, really.

Stopes may not have been a member of the Nazi party, but her eugenic views were identical: birth control, abortion and so on, to eliminate people she deemed 'unfit'. Had she not lived in the Anglo-Saxon world, but in Nazi Germany, she would undoubtedly have been an active and committed Nazi. There is a difference between a chemical engineer attending an engineering conference in Nazi Germany, and a eugenicist attending a population control conference in Nazi Germany: the former remains politically neutral, the latter is inevitably politically engaged. In fact, many early feminists were racists and eugenicists, a fact long swept under the carpet by the liberal establishment. Virginia Woolf was also a Nazi, not just Stopes! Elite women are natural allies of Nazis and other authoritarian creeps, a fact well born out by history. We need a Nuremburg trial for such subhuman filth.

Interestingly, Gandhi was also a racist who detested black people and thought that only the higher social castes deserved human rights. We think the point is with Stopes that her 'contributions' to birth control were, as a whole, motivated by entirely different aims than is popularly considered. In the case of Plato, Karl Marx and so on, their contributions were not tarnished by their appalling racist/fascist beliefs (Marx was also a racist and anti-Semite), as their real contributions were in unrelated fields such as logic, philosophy or economics (Virginia Woolf admittedly falls into this category); while Stopes' entire contribution was an attempt to legitimate and realize her eugenic, Nazi beliefs.

The whole thrust of puritanical Anglo-American Gentile culture is to set women on pedestals as Saints; when we scratch the surface, however, feminist luminaries are often appalling Nazi bigots, at least as bad as the males that feminism excoriates. Virginia Woolf was also a deranged racist, anti-Semite and eugenicist. It is great fun pointing this out to Anglo-feminist pinheads... as it utterly refutes their claim that a female-run world would be morally superior. Just study the social insects to see clear confirmation of that!

Something we have often considered is that Anglo-American women should be made to attend special classes where their racism, homophobia, sexism and entitlement issues would be discussed as a problematic socio-biological legacy, things they would be made to address rationally as innate problems they suffer from, rather like hereditary mental illnesses. Part of the rights/privileges agenda is that Anglo-American women are insufficiently challenged, as the pedestal they have wrangled for themselves sets them somehow above reproach. That pedestal needs to be removed with the utmost urgency.

Yes, men can be racist too - but the point is that female racism is entirely UNTOUCHED in the media or elsewhere (unlike white working class male racism, for instance). Our quarrel with Anglo-American women hinges on the blind eye turned to their racism, homophobia, socio-political privileges and double standards across the Anglosphere - attitudes that informally constrict the rights of others.
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Sure, just go to the articles on my website and you can read the same material with benefit of Harvard-Oxbridge footnotes.

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