Jezebel and the Feminists: Agenda of Feminism explained by Patty Blevins
Destroying family life has all been part of the agenda. Much of feminist ideology appears familiar to anyone who knows at least a little bit about communist ideology.  A good number of feminists have solid communist backgrounds, such as Betty Friedan, who was (perhaps still is) for many years a functionary of the Communist Party of the USA.  Many feminist university professors involved in women’s studies confess to and proudly boast of their affiliation with communist ideology, for which they use the euphemism Marxism.  Furthermore, one of the most influential factions of feminism, Marxist- or socialist-feminism, openly declares its colours and is recognized as such, either communist or Marxist.  Travelers who went to Russia and discussed the relationship between feminism and communism with older Russian citizens found out to their astonishment that many Russians consider Bolshevism and feminism to be synonyms and that the Russian revolution is considered by them in fact to have been a feminist revolution. (See also Matriarchy in USSR — off-site)     That appears to be born out by the fact that the vast majority of the victims whose lives were taken, for instance, in the purges in Russia were men. THE PLANNED DESTRUCTION OF THE FAMILY by ERIN PIZZEY The Full Armor of God …11Put on the full armor of God, so that you will be able to stand firm against the schemes of the devil. 12For our struggle is not against flesh and blood, but against the rulers, against the powers, against the world forces of this darkness, against the spiritual forces of wickedness in the heavenly places. 13Therefore, take up the full armor of God, so that you will be able to resist in the evil day, and having done everything, to stand firm.… Yep, evil spirits.
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  1. Dude- Your web pages are not easy to go through. Heaven’s Girl is really tough- all on that one page. Could you make the pages shorter, or something? Work on your content trees? Do it by chapters? I dunno. Having such a difficult website just takes so much away from getting anything out of it. – Just go back to the drawing board, or something. It’s almost like, instead of being openly anti-Berg, like XFam, for example, you’re just going to offer such a terribly difficult web surfing experience, that everyone will reach the same conclusions, anyway! (email me, anyway.)

    1. Thanks for the input man, I’m considering the same thing since finishing school… I’ll probably build an actual site with the help of some friends rather than just use the WordPress free blog. Are you an ex TFI member ?


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