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What Feminism Was Really About


Feminism was not about empowering women, it was about taking them out of the home to double the amount of taxpayers and cut wages by doubling the supply of workers

Aaron Russo, Academy Award nominated film producer and director, gave an interview before his death that explains what feminism was truly about. As a former friend and confidant of Nick Rockefeller and a Hollywood insider, Russo was privy to a lot of inside information. (Russo also warned about the coming implantation of RFID chips into the world population to establish complete control over the society. The first step to putting all money on the chips will be the removal of the $100 bill from the monetary system.)

In this classic interview, Russo recounts one of his conversations with Rockefeller.

Well, one of the things he told me was that — he was at the house one night and we were talking and he started laughing, he said, “Aaron, what do you think ‘women’s liberation’ was about?”

And I said — I had pretty conventional thinking about it at that point — I said I think it’s about women having the right to work, getting equal pay with men, just like they won the right to vote.

And he started to laugh and he said: “You’re an idiot.” And I said: Why am I an idiot?

He said, “Let me tell you what that was about. We, the Rockefellers, funded that. We funded Women’s Lib. And we’re the ones who got it all over the newspapers and televisions — The Rockefeller Foundation. You want to know why?”

There were two primary reasons.

And one reason was: “We couldn’t tax half the population, before Women’s Lib. And the second reason was: Now we get the kids in school at an early age. We can indoctrinate the kids how to think. So that it breaks up the family. Your kids start looking at the State as the family. As the school, as the officials as their family, not as the parents teaching them.”

And so, those are the two primary reasons for Women’s Lib, which I thought up to that point was a noble thing. When I saw their intentions behind it, where they were coming from when they created it, the thought of it, I saw the evil behind what I thought was a noble venture.

The full interview can be seen on YouTube. It is one of the most interesting interviews on the intentions of the corporate-government complex to be found anywhere.

The Politics of Fear

The totalitarian tendencies of the modern American government have philosophical foundations in neoconservatism going back to the 1960s. In The Politics of Fear, these tendencies are discussed in detail. Here is a piece from the first installment of that series.

Strauss (who was to many the main influence on William Kristol’s intellectual development) believed individual freedom was causing the chaos, as people pursued their own selfish interests leading to conflict in society. The ideas Strauss had were studied by two men who were to become very influential in the U.S. government: Paul Wolfowitz and William Kristol, son of Irving Kristol. They believed the philosophical grounds for liberal democracy and mass freedom had been weakened, and wanted to give the masses a new purpose by creating a new myth of America as having a unique destiny battling against evil in the world.

This philosophy has led to mythmaking and the curbing of freedoms in the Western world, and is how Western leaders have increased their power over our lives. It is a new twist on the Hegelian dialectic that has been around for thousand of years. The Hegelian dialectic, as practiced by today’s social engineers boils down to creating a problem that does not really exist which causes a reaction among people, usually a reaction predicted by psychologists and sociologists, then having a preplanned solution in mind which aggrandizes power and profit.

Today’s War and Terror and other propagandized “wars” on everything from drugs to paying with cash represent the implementation of this dialectic by the government propaganda ministers.

In that sense, it can be said that feminism was a preplanned solution for cutting population growth, weakening the nuclear family, and banishing the male from the civilization he created. It was accomplished by creating a problem such as the mythical “oppression” of women (when in fact all it did was shift their labor away from the home and family and allowed it to be used by industry). Recent history has shown us the masses fall for this tactic time and time again.

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