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Feminism is the opposite of misogyny and is a hatred or contempt for men and a traditional patriarchal society. It operates under the charade of 'equal rights' and rejects femininity. Marx argued that the new enlightened world would not reach fruition until the old had been deconstructed and destroyed. Feminism is also an expression and fellow-traveller of this destruction, although feminism predates Marx. Unsurprisingly vast numbers of feminists are also Marxists or extreme liberals. Feminism is a form of genetics denialism with similarities to race denialism.

Criticisms of feminism

The prophet Isaiah (3:12) warned that civilisation would collapse through feminism:

"As for my people, women rule over them; they which lead them to err and will destroy the way of thy paths."

Professor Edward Dutton[1] argues that high levels of female influence in a relatively advanced society is a crucial sign of a civilisation in decline, and that the decline of both ancient Greece and Rome were examples of this. He is supported by American theologian Frank Viola, who wrote that around 44BC a new type of woman emerged in Rome and by the first century they had spread throughout the Roman Empire. They were "liberated married women who pursued their social lives at the expense of their families and who defied previously accepted norms of marriage fidelity and chastity." The ancient world was in overall decline from 350BC to 350AD coinciding with the increasing prominence and status of women. English historian Sir John Glubb (1897-1986) wrote a description of the decline of the Arab empire centred on Baghdad which is particularly fascinating. It's decline began in about 861 AD. Arab historians recorded a decline in sexual morality, and the rise in sexualized popular singing, especially by the 10th century. There was also an "increase in women in public life...with women demanding admission to professions hitherto monopolised by men", Many women practiced law, while others obtained posts as university professors.[2]

In addition, many feminists are childless, often deliberately, but in the Holy Bible barrenness was often regarded as a specific curse of God. (Jeremiah 22:30).

Criticisms against some of the more extreme feminist ideologies and movements include:

  • Sex denialism: where the existence of many genetically generated sex differences are denied and in particular mental and hormonal differences.
  • Demands for not just equal rights (such as voting rights) but for 'equality' generally including equal behaviors and equal presence everywhere in society destroying femininity and female virtues. Feminists believe this should be enforced through forced measures such as obligatory indoctrination and affirmative action laws. This will cause a wide variety of harmful effects for individuals and societies when females and males due to genetics are different, and on average best suited for different behaviors and roles in a society as has been the case since the beginning of history.
  • On balance feminists reject family values.
  • Feminists do not support heterosexuality.
  • Academic ivory tower perspective on issues.
  • Feminists usually focus on criticizing Europeans/Caucasians while often ignoring the much worse situation for women in many non-White groups and countries. (See also Race and crime: Violence against women.)
  • Bizarely, feminists invariably support mass immigration to European countries of groups (such as often religious Muslims) with views and goals contrary to those of feminists (such as support for sharia laws).[3]


Another issue is the large Jewish over-representation among influential and more extreme feminists, such as Andrea Dworkin who described herself as a "radical feminist", and financial backers. Various explanations for this have been suggested.


See also

Reported rapes in Sweden between 1975 and 2018, as stated by official crime statistics, showing a +1666% increase. There are no publicly available recent official data on immigrants and rape, but Swedish immigration critics argue that various unofficial data and estimates state that a large majority are committed by non-European immigrants and their children who are sometimes born in that country.[4] Many other reported crimes, including other reported violent crimes, have also increased.[5] See also Race and crime: Sweden.

External links

Lance Welton

Jewish feminists


  1. Dutton, Edward, Witches, Feminism, and the Fall of the West, Radix & Washington Summit Pubs., 2021, ISBN: 978-1-59368-078-7
  2. Glubb, Sir John, The Fate of Empires and the Search for Survival, Blackwood and son, Edinburgh, 1976, p.9.
  3. Islamization and anti-Islamization: Opinion surveys of Muslims
  4. Invandring och brottslighet https://sv.metapedia.org/wiki/Invandring_och_brottslighet
  5. Brottsutvecklingen i Sverige https://sv.metapedia.org/wiki/Brottsutvecklingen_i_Sverige