Maskulin Modstand: Feminism and The Women's Ku Klux Klan (WKKK)

Started by Captain Courageous, Nov 08, 2010, 08:58 PM

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Captain Courageous

I got this Google-translated from Danish, so it's a little rough to read in some spots. The Dane's have a very interesting take on Feminism, one that would make the Anglo babes soil themselves. Check this out!

Feminism is post-modern women's Ku Klux Klan

The time has come to grasp the story and note one important fact: Feminism as we know it descended ideologically and politically in the direct line from the Women's Ku Klux Klan. This fact is documented in the book "Women of the Klan" by professor of sociology at the University of Pittsburg, Kathleen L. Blee. In addition to reading this book, one should also take the time to study the internet site "DadsNow" having a good timeline and an analysis that tracks feminism from its roots in WKKK from late 1800 - figures to the present day.

For those who only want a selection of facts: WKKK and the KKK used the Protestant Church of informal networks and legitimacy, to spread its ideas slogan "The hand that swings the cradle has the power to rule the world" occurred not only in Betty Friedan's book. It was first published in late 1800 - figures in Evansville, Indiana. Today, under the words in everything from Christian websites to radical feminists ditto. As today's feminists seemed WKKK - feminists, to housekeeping and child rearing is slavery and an insult to women, but insisted simultaneously to maintain their place on motherhood pedestal.

WKKK - feminists used sexual fears of what black men could do to white women, the motivation for the white supremacist community. This preserved the feminists in a powerful position on the pedestal, while the men ran around and did the most terrible things about blacks. The overall goal of this collaboration was the control of property and politics. Sexual fear was the fuel for the movement's influence. [ ... ]

Between 1930 and 1960 Allied post-WKKK-feminists in the Freudian sexual psychology and Marxist theory, imported to America by a wave of activists and so called "Experts" in these fields after the second world war. The feminist agenda was intertwined with freudianism and Marxism, evolving into a powerful passive - aggressive victim-driven sexual propaganda, usable for any purpose whatsoever and is supported with false data and enormous anecdotal accusations. Feminists developed this into a false science that came to full flower in the sixties and beyond.[/] [ ... ]

Overall, the history was that white women through WKKK has gone from hating black men, through feminism to hate all men.

dr e

Some very good stuff on this site that was referenced:
Contact dr e  Lifeboats for the ladies and children, icy waters for the men.  Women have rights and men have responsibilties.

Captain Courageous

Here's a review of professor Bee's book "Women of the Klan":

5.0 out of 5 stars Disturbing truth
By Alan Carr "" (Chelmsford, Essex United Kingdom) - See all my reviews
This review is from: Women of the Klan: Racism and Gender in the 1920s (Paperback)

I'm hardly surprised that reviews have been negative as this book breaks into the holy ground of feminism, proving beyond doubt that feminism and racism shared early roots.
I have done a lot of studying on feminism and there is little here that isn't available elsewhere but this work puts much in one place, making it easy to show how the modern femininist organisation NOW and the earlier WKKK are so closely related. More to the point it shows how feminism is a form of hate or superiority cult and has little to do with real equality. For example an extreme radical animal rights type is undisputed as an animal lover - are extreme radical feminists known for a desire for extreme equality? Or simply bias towards women and contempt for men?

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