What I Think About Feminism
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By Jerry Finch
That is what feminism is: class warfare; a Marxism-based struggle for power in which women have been induced to rise up against men, having been led by extremists to believe that men have historically kept certain rights from women and have subdued and dominated them through patriarchy; which, in simple terms, is men creating society for their own advantage.
The feminists’ idea of patriarchy is nonsense. It is a wicked lie – pure and simple. Yet they have been extraordinarily successful in getting almost all women to believe it, which is to women’s shame for being so stupid. If women have been suppressed in the past it has not been by men. Men also have been suppressed, disadvantaged, disenfranchised – dismembered even – by people in power who have wielded it, at times with reason and at others unreasonably. Inasmuch as people with power have been the enemy of women, they have been the enemy of men too.
-- Herbert Purdy
The movement of modern women called ‘Feminism’ seeks to teach women the opposite; that women are a ‘sisterhood’; they are all the same, should stick together and fight together for their ‘rights’.
Feminism in the west, at this time, has become ‘politically correct’ and it is increasingly difficult to speak rationally about it or against its core ideas, and interestingly, those core ideas sometimes change depending on which group of women driving Feminism holds the upper hand. Thank God there seems to be a new groundswell of sensible men (and especially women) fighting against this toxic religion of feminism.
Feminists are ‘Strippers’
We have to be completely honest and say, ‘Feminists are strippers’. To those who don’t know the meaning of the word ‘stripper’, it is a woman who takes all her clothes off for money, perhaps by dancing in a night club, or elsewhere like a drinking bar etc. She peels off her clothes piece by piece to excite the primarily male audience.
‘Stripper’ also has the meaning of ‘pulling or stripping off everything that is not considered necessary’. In this sense, without any doubt or contradiction, let it be finally said to the 21st century earth that feminists are strippers!
Because feminists strip away the truth. They strip away the idea and truth of a happy marriage between a man and a woman as God originally intended it. They strip away the potential even for other women to believe that happiness lies, not in making money only and a ‘career,’ or being ‘equal’ with men, but rather on focusing on their family, their beautiful children, their husband whom God ordained them to help and respect.
Feminists want to strip away all this. The amount of damage they have caused among families and children, small children, single mothers and men is beyond estimation, it’s just uncountable. I am confident to say that, above so many of the other ‘isms’ and ‘tion’s’ we have in this world, that feminism has done the most emotional damage to people. How many marriages has their doctrine wrecked? Millions probably. How many small and teenage children live without a father because the tentacles of feminism has spread into that home and destroyed the stability that God wanted that family to have?
Hard core Feminism is a crime against humanity and it’s almost unquantifiable the destruction hard core feminists have done to the world. I believe it’s on the same level as a war crime.
We will look back one day in the future and ask ourselves: ‘HOW were we so deceived by an initially small group of vindictive and hateful women? How did this spread across the nations like an outbreak of some deadly virus like Ebola or SARS? We will be ashamed of ourselves for ALLOWING this to happen to nations. We were greatly deceived, and as Jesus said: ‘an enemy has done this.’
Such feminists should be arrested and put away somewhere where their vile vitriol and toxic views can no longer be heard. Perhaps some of them can repent. It’s always possible.
And now, study closely the words of one of the most powerful and influential women the world has ever known and what she said about ‘feminism’ in her day.
"I love peace and quiet, I hate politics and turmoil. We women are not made for governing, and if we are good women, we must dislike these masculine occupations. There are times which force one to take interest in them, and I do, of course intensely."
“I am most anxious to enlist everyone who can speak or write to join in checking (‘holding back or stopping’) this mad, wicked folly of 'Women's Rights', with all its attendant horrors, on which her poor feeble sex is bent, forgetting every sense of womanly feelings and propriety. Feminists ought to get a good whipping.
“Were woman to 'unsex' themselves by claiming equality with men, they would become the most hateful, heathen and disgusting of beings, and would surely perish without male protection."
End of quote. Who said these awful things?
(The British) Queen Victoria 1870
Her Majesty Queen Victoria, of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, Defender of the Faith, Empress of India.
And when today's vindictive men-hating feminists purposefully distort the whole of our history in order to make you hate men, by telling you that men have always tried to hold women back, and were only, finally, defeated in this heinous operation by the feminists of the (19)60s and the 70s, please take on board the fact that it was WOMEN – influential women like Queen Victoria - who, rightly or wrongly, promoted whatever views of men and women people had in those earlier days.
And so, for example, if women did not go out to work in greater numbers in those days it was because both men AND WOMEN thought that this was the best way to handle the circumstances in which they lived.
The circumstances of women were CHOSEN as much by women as by men.
So, when you listen to the media feminists, and to those who lecture on Women's Studies courses, take note on whether or not they EVER point out to you that, in recent history, the circumstances of women were CHOSEN as much by women as by men.
MY ‘REVELATION’ AND OTHER THOUGHTS
I cannot say exactly how it happened to me. I was about 60 years old, nearly 61 perhaps. It was early in the first quarter of the 21st century. I sat there somewhere in my home. It was quiet. Somehow, over a period of 15 or 20minutes it was as if my mind went empty.
Then, quite suddenly, many thoughts entered into my mind; my general relationship with women over my whole life also entered. But more than this it was as if I just suddenly understood in this short time what was right and what was wrong in women and their place in the human world, and in also how I should view women. Then after this, suddenly, everything seemed very clear, and I could see women in a whole new light, both the good the bad and the ugly and I could see them as something ‘extremely good’ and fantastically powerful, and even as emissaries of light, if they loved the Lord, and also as the source of a ‘dangerous evil’ if they didn’t.
After this experience lasting only at most a quarter of an hour, my life completely changed!
I never could see women the same again. It seemed like God enabled me to see through everything. I could then see if they loved God or if they were evil or if they were somewhere in that ‘vast confused in between’, like the multitudes in the valley of decision.
Joel 3:14: Multitudes, multitudes in the valley of decision! For the day of the LORD is near in the valley of decision.
Almost above all I could also see how the devil wanted to usurp valuable men, so that good, powerful, righteous and godly men would also be nearly totally destroyed through a liaison with ungodly women, and that this was an ever present danger not only in my generation but in the generations to come. ‘Fallen’* women were a terrible danger to God’s work, and even to the larger world in general.
Further points below taken from the new coming book ‘British Christians’ by Jerry Finch
Why do we even need to mention feminism? Because it is a doctrine today that quenches all other opposing thought in British society. Consequently, the British Christian is placed in a difficult situation in the work place or in society as a whole. Feminism has already got there ahead of us. Like former US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton gleefully said of Libyan President Mo’ammar Gadhafi: ‘We came, we saw, he died’. Feminism came and saw and overran the society and ‘the man’ died, the male in the western world has been emasculated, his influence often completely curtailed and there is plenty to study about this on the internet to confirm what I am saying.
If you oppose feminism, you are automatically a bigot or misogynist. If you have conservative or traditional values regarding marriage or even a woman’s ‘place’ you are living in the dark ages, (unless you are a Muslim in the UK, in which case you are usually exempt) and our enemy wishes to sweep all those retarded thoughts we might have straight out of the picture, so the UK can be ‘free and wholesome and politically correct’ and march on gloriously to the brave new world the global elite has for us.
Finally, on this subject, may I sincerely congratulate all you dear women reading this who are in agreement with my remarks. That takes guts and courage. I have found quite a few of you in my travels who have no qualms accepting this Biblical viewpoint. I am not against women, nor the fact that they can do great things for themselves and their families and society, but what I am against and what influences us as Christians in the UK and many other places is this ‘empowerment’ and it has ended up empowering women at the expense of stability in the home and a marriage as I mentioned earlier. Even in the western Christian churches you often hear about ‘empowering women’. I have often wondered what they are empowering women for or to be? Is it just taking on the feminist point of view? Are ‘they’ whoever ‘they’ are, empowering women to resist their ‘stupid’ husbands, and go their own way and create havoc in the home because they are now empowered? I have no idea. Perhaps they are biblically empowered to support their husbands and children, to work together as a team, to not give up on their husband that God has placed them with, faults and all. To keep going and believe God to bring victories in their lives together. This is a great way to be empowered. You women will probably know better than I since I haven’t been invited to any of these meetings (yet)!
Thank you, women so much for your support and wisdom and understanding! God bless you and encourage you to keep standing up for your convictions!