HATE = feminism, Womanism, womankind
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#1 Feb 19, 2012
AAW can call it feminism, womanism or womankind or any euphemistic term they want and it's still HATE.
YOU CAN PLAY VOCABULARY GAMES TILL HELL FREEZE BUT A DUCK IS STILL A DUCK BY ANY OTHER NAME.
The whole world is calling it hate and the AAW is the only people calling it something else.
The sadness of the women's movement is that they don't allow the necessity of love. See, I don't personally trust any revolution where love is not allowed.
ERIN PIZZEY set up the world's first refuge for battered women in 1971
Feminism, I realised, was a lie. Women and men are both capable of extraordinary cruelty. Indeed, the only thing a child really needs - two biological parents under one roof - was being undermined by the very ideology which claimed to speak up for women's rights.
This country is now on the brink of serious moral collapse. We must stop demonising men and start healing the rift that feminism has created between men and women.
Harriet Harman's insidious and manipulative philosophy that women are always victims and men always oppressors can only continue this unspeakable cycle of violence. And it's our children who will suffer.
#2 Feb 19, 2012
The woman who employed my educated mother to clean her house never quite saw her as a sister in the struggle for equality.
Well, its no secret that Im not a fan of feminism. I dont believe that it had anything to do with Black womens lives. I believe we already had our own brand of feminism, because Black women have always worked. Our ancestors mothers, aunts, grandmothers, elders in the church- have been balancing work, relationships and marriage, well, since forever. We failed to uphold the lessons that they tried to teach us, throwing it away for something that NEVER had our families in mind. I cant be a Black feminist if Im being separate from the Black men in my life. Just doesnt work for me. Thats part of the reason why there was no real conflict for me when it came to Obama vs. Clinton. Am I Black or Woman? Im both, but Ive been in this country long enough to know:
1. Being Black is the true designation of my life
2. Being separated from the men in the community has not done us any good
3.Sisterhood is a one way street; Im a Sister, when Mainstream Feminism wants something from me. When theyre done, then Im kicked to the curb. I understood long ago that Miss Anne wasnt studdin about my Black behind, and I dont think Im alone in that realization.
said before that I wasnt going to hold my breath waiting for Mainstream Feminists to defend Michelle Obama. This was a job that those of us who cared would have to take on our shoulders.
Their silence has been quite instructive .dont you think
#3 Feb 19, 2012
Radical Feminism is a psychological disorder (psyche is the Greek for soul) because unforgiving is a disorder of the soul. When a soul is trapped in unforgiveness, the person's thinking is clouded and the behavior self-destructive. These unforgiving women are modern Medea's, who will sacrifice their own children to satisfy their need for revenge against unfaithful men.
These women will destroy the child in the womb to bring down "patriarchy".
They will rip their children away from their fathers and cause permanent damage, because they weren't properly fathered.
They will pull down every societal support for families, for motherhood, and for love, in order to create an impossible dream of a gender-neutral world.
The only answer is forgiveness. I have seen it over and over again, if a woman caught up in Radical Feminist ideology, a woman spouting Radical Feminist nonsense, can be shown how to forgive, and is willing to forgive, the disorder is healed. The Radical Feminist nonsense disappears.
Asking people to extend forgiveness to those who have really hurt them may appear to some to be difficult or even impossible, but I have found that once people understand how to forgive and why they should forgive, many are willing to try.
#4 Feb 19, 2012
How the CIA destroyed the Black Family using "Black Feminism''
posted 8/28/03 4:05 PM
BLACK FEMINISM, THE CIA AND GLORIA STEINEM.
What follows is a fact sheet about Gloria Steinems operations against the various social and political movements in America, particularly her role in creating a hateful and virulent strain of Black feminism that attacks Black men while partnering with the white establishment.
Gloria Steinem first came across the radar of Black men in 1978 when Steinem put a book called Black Macho and the Myth of the Superwoman on the cover of Ms. Magazine, the magazine which she controlled. The book was written by a Black feminist and activist named Micele Wallace who came out of nowhere. Wallace was in her early twenties at the time, yet she was being touted as the leader of Black feminism. In the book, Wallace called abolitionists like Harriet Tubman and Sojouner Truth ugly and stupid for supporting Black men. She called Black Revolutionaries chauvinist macho pigs and advised Black women to go it alone. Gloria Steinem said that Wallaces book would define the future of Black relationships and she pushed hard to make sure the book received massive publicity. Gloria Steinems work triggered a flood of Hate Black Men books and films that continues to this day. Needless to say, some were quite suspicious of Ms. Magazine and Gloria Steinem. Why was Steinem sticking her nose into the affairs of the Black community? So people started doing some research on Steinem. When it came out that Gloria Steinem was probably the ghost writer of the book with Michele Wallaces name on it, Wallace had a nervous breakdown and went into hiding for two years. However, the damage was already done and the Hate Black Men movement was off and running.
#5 Feb 19, 2012
It wasn't until 1959 that senior foundation officials succeeded in getting the Ford Foundation (and later USAID, and later still, the World Bank) to sign on to the major philanthropic project, known now to the world as the Green Revolution, originally conceived as CIMMYT
Womens Studies professor and feminist author Susan M. Hartmann credits the Ford Foundation with being a substantive force that created the feminist movement.
1. When were bm/bw unified
African-American Civil Rights Movement (19551968)
2. When were bm/bw divided
By 1968, the women's liberation movement was becoming a significant part of U.S. history.
Znaimer 'irons out' a few things with Gloria Steinem - CBC ...
-"A woman without a man is like a fish without a bicycle." ... 1968. Guest(s): Gloria Steinem. Interviewer: Moses Znaimer
#7 Feb 19, 2012
These women will destroy the child in the womb to bring down "patriarchy
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