How Fake Feminism Has Turned Women Into Sheeple

Fri, Aug 8, 2014 - 1:59pm

Note: We do not normally delve into issues like abortion on Main Street. Turd has made an exception for this article. I'm doing this article by request of Stackaloha. It's going to be controversial. Deal with it.

Women are becoming violent. Did you ever ask yourself why?

Never mind about the apparent increase in creepy cases of young women going on murder sprees. Never mind about female teachers abusing their students sexually (male and female). Never mind about young women trolling Craigslist with their boyfriends to find men to rape and murder.

Even on a basic level, when it comes to political discourse, women are foaming at the mouth:

Abortion Activist Attacks Pro-Lifers

Assaulting other women:

UC Santa Barbara Professor Assaults Young Pro-Life Activist

Or acting like proverbial harpies:

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Or how about the woman from the Russian art group "Voina" whose idea of performance art was to walk into a grocery store and steal a whole chicken by shoving it up her vagina? (Warning: As you scroll down the page at this link you will see a photo of said chicken. It is probably about as modest of a photo for such a thing as you can get, but it's still not for the faint of heart.)

Why aren't these women up in arms over NSA spying? Or paying attention to the loss of freedom around the world? Why aren't they outraged over all the sex trafficking (i.e., sex slavery) across our borders? What are they doing about Boko Harem except posting an occasional tweet?

What has happened to the hearts and souls of women? How have so many young women gotten so dark and ugly?

I have a theory, and I'm sorry this is not politically correct. Let me state for the record that I was a very active feminist and a member of NOW and WAC (Women's Action Coalition) in my youth. WAC thought it was "in your face" at the time, but compared to modern feminists, it was pretty tame. (Our idea of a "radical" action was to hire a boat for the Christmas light parade and put feminist slogans up in lights and yell at people through a bullhorn. Stupid and rude, but no nudity was involved.)

I went to two pro-choice marches on Washington - one with college friends and one with my boyfriend straight out of college. I kept my round, purple "KEEP ABORTION LEGAL" sign from the march and hung it up in our bedroom. (Boy, was that some bad karma. It was basically a big sign saying "no babies here!" and now that I'm in my 40s and childless, I can't say I'm happy with what I've reaped.)

I've evolved, and I'm now what I'd call politically pro-choice and spiritually pro-life. And I'm only politically pro-choice because I think abortion will happen regardless as to whether it's legal or not, and it might as well be "safe" (or rather, "safer" - it can actually be dangerous).

I've thankfully never had an abortion. But I've been a victim of the abortion mindset, which places sex above commitment and gives men a reason to treat all women like prostitutes.

Part of what changed my mind about abortion was reading testimonials of women who have had abortions, and had their lives ripped apart, only to realize they made the biggest mistake of their lives. Some women who have had abortions cannot stand the noise of a vacuum cleaner, or go to the dentist, because the suction sound brings them back to the horror of the abortion table.

One in three American women have had an abortion.

I think abortion makes women angry. And I think we're in tremendous denial about it.

We're also in a culture where a fake, pornographic view of women's sexuality is being pushed. Women are no longer honored for being nurturers. We have no good role models. Miley Cyrus, who doesn't even have the body of a woman because she's starved herself into skin and bones, is lauded for acting like a horny man.

I believe women are angry about this as well, though we don't admit it. And guys, I'm not letting you off the hook here. You are at fault too. When you treat us like chattel - when you abuse a woman or, God forbid, a little girl - you are destroying a woman's soul. You are making it hard for that woman to love. And women are designed to love. Not be sex objects, but to love and nurture.

I used to rail against the idea that women should be nurturing. But as I got older, I realized there was a hole in my soul where a child should be. Blame it on biology, or get spiritual if you wish, but women are wired to nurture. Once I realized that and started letting out my "inner nurturer," I felt more whole.

I'm not saying that all women need to have children to be fulfilled. What I am saying is that women are wired to nurture - and that can manifest in many different ways. Nuns never have children but they nurture people all the time.

And we should not be ashamed of that. There is no higher spiritual calling than to give love to the needy and soothe the helpless.

When we women go against our basic natures, we become warped and diseased in our souls. We become filled with rage and act out that rage in ways that even a crazy man can't quite touch. A violent crazy man is just that - violent and scary. A violent crazy woman becomes a nuclear bomb.

I believe this is because our hearts cannot handle the direct assault upon our vulnerable inner self that enables us to nurture. When that is wounded (and yes, I believe abortion wounds that part of us as well as abuse), women can go absolutely bonkers.

Yet, look at what the "women's movement" has become: It's entire focus in the West is on so-called "reproductive rights," or more euphemistically "women's health." The sole purpose of feminism today is to allow promiscuous sex without consequence.

And if you actually demand that a female high school student wear modest clothing, you are told you are "disempowering" her and "slut-shaming" her.

It's insane. Absolutely insane.

What's next? Stripper poles in the high school gym, because it's a "great workout"?

Young women have been duped into thinking that their main focus in life should be "sexual empowerment."

What a crock.

It's a distraction. It plays on the fears of young women that they won't be loved. Many young women are desperate for male attention. We're missing a dad at home and trying to fill that hole in our hearts, and confuse a guy leering at us with love.

When I started dating after breaking up with my college boyfriend in Los Angeles in the 90s, there was the "3 Date Rule." In other words, if the guy took you out three times, and you didn't have sex by the end of the third date, he'd dump you because he figured at that point you were just using him for dinner.

By the time I left Los Angeles in 2010, most young guys expected sex immediately and you were lucky if they offered you a drink. You were also lucky if they called. They'd likely try to text you at 1 am for a booty call.

This culture of sexual "freedom" is actually a prison for women (and men). It sets high pressure and expectations for sexual intimacy. And it leads to the need for abortions, because who wants to raise a kid with a guy you just picked up at the bar?

I will now put on my conspiracy hat here. I have come to believe this is what the elites want. It's "Brave New World" they are shooting for. They want the masses to be distracted by sex and drugs and dumbed down. I also think Big Pharma must have their tentacles in the big feminist organizations - pushing synthetic hormones and birth control. It's big business to them. (It's apparently also big business to the abortion industry.)

Look at what these evil forces have accomplished - women used to hold the moral high ground in America. After all, it was the original feminist movement of the late 1800s/early 1900s that promoted "Temperance." They got Prohibition passed. While I'm not really gung-ho over the idea of women advocating for a Nanny State, it is really sad to me that it is now women who are advocating for the severe moral and cultural decline of America - all because they've been brainwashed into thinking that being sexually attractive is "empowering."

It is not. You get maybe a decade or two of men slobbering over you, which frankly isn't all that it's cracked up to be, and then you're put out to pasture. Been there, done that. Don't care about guys hitting on me - it's meaningless. It doesn't mean jack when you are alone at night and they've left because they don't actually care about you.

But for a little while, when you are young and don't know better, you get a little ego boost from the attention. And when you come from a broken family, you don't realize what hole you are trying to fill.

It is no wonder, then, that so many young women are much more focused on make-up and clothes than on what's happening in the world. We've been sold a Big Lie - that we can act like men and sleep around and somehow that will make us "empowered" and "happy." But in order to do that, we must look our best. That means hair, make-up, and shoes, and later on, Botox, plastic surgery, liposuction, and desperate attempts to look twenty years younger.

But who, in the end, gets their feet put into stirrups and has a harried doctor suck the literal life out of them?

It's the woman. She goes home, empty, and the guy who used her for sex moves on to the next girl.

This is why women are angry. And we don't even know it.

And it's why we have failed miserably and are enablers of the destruction of freedom.

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Aug 8, 2014 - 2:49pm



Aug 8, 2014 - 2:55pm



edit- holy canola!! what happens when you post "first" but it double posts??

Is it a 1st ever in the universe double post "First"?

is the next post following these 2 "firsts", actually second since there was really only one before it?

Stephanie, i'm looking forward to now reading your post, could you maybe give me a ruling on this?

Aug 8, 2014 - 3:06pm

Abortion is here to stay.

Doesn't matter if you're pro-choice or pro-life.

As long as a married women get knocked up by their lovers, abortion stays.

As long as college girls get knocked up on spring break, abortion stays.

As long as the laws of nature exists, abortion stays.

Nothing you can do about it.

It's got nothing to do with being angry. It's just being human.

Aug 8, 2014 - 3:12pm

women have been mad a long time..................

women have been mad a long time..................

Aug 8, 2014 - 3:14pm

@lumpy1 - no, that's not a "law of nature"

That married woman would not need the abortion if she held herself up to higher standards.

Same with the girl on spring break.

There is no "law of nature" that says a woman has to have sex with everything that moves. That's a modern cultural thing - that somehow we're entitled to constant pleasure, all the time, with no consequences.

Hedonism has been the downfall of many a civilization. It is our choice to focus on lower urges vs. higher things like art and spiritual ideals.

Sorry you've bought into the idea that we can't do better than this.

Aug 8, 2014 - 3:52pm

Now I am jealous!

I have to buy my chicken!

It takes so long to figure this all out. I am only just beginning to learn why I love my wife. If you had asked me 10 years ago why I loved my wife it would have elicited something like: "I don't know, I just do." But after 2 kids and a decade of tackling some pretty serious shit with my wife by my side, I think I get it. It would be very easy to pick this article apart Stephanie. You have really stuck your neck out here. But I can't say I disagree with you. One of the things I find most attractive about my wife, who is in really good shape and really pretty, is her nurturing of my children. At the risk of getting torn apart here, it turns me on. She is a great Mom! I love that.

Aug 8, 2014 - 3:56pm

The death of a son- bitter tears

Stephanie: Thanks for bringing up a difficult topic to discuss. Everyone is quite divided on the subject and marches with signs really never changes anyone. My post will not change anyone. However, there was a post on "Thread of Faith" forum on Aug. 1st that your message revived within me. So, I just copied it. I see again, the effects of those who seek their "rights" via their true father. So here is the post from one NotWorthyDale: Be sure to read his comment on the paragraph starting with "I am now 65".

ymn / Letter / Confession

Hat Tip!


"Having made peace through the blood of his cross..." Col.1:20

Horatius Bonar, 1808 - 1889

1. By the cross of Jesus standing,

Love our straitened souls expanding,

Taste we now the peace and grace!

Health from yonder tree is flowing,

Heav'nly light is on it glowing,

From the blessed Suff'rer's face.

2. Here is pardon's pledge and token,

Guilt's strong chain forever broken,

Righteous peace securely made;

Brightens now the brow once shaded,

Freshens now the face once faded,

Peace with God now makes us glad.

3. All the love of God is yonder,

Love above all thought and wonder,

Perfect love that casts out fear!

Strength, like dew, is here distilling,

Glorious life our souls is filling,

Life eternal, only here!

4. Here the living water welleth;

Here the Rock, now smitten, telleth

Of salvation freely giv'n:

This the fount of love and pity,

This the pathway to the city,

This the very gate of heav'n. A-men.


.............."Except ye receive the kingdom of God as a little child," and be as meek and sober-minded as a babe, "ye cannot enter into the kingdom of God." That is a word which should touch you near, and make you stoop and cast yourself down, and make your great spirit fall. I know that this will not be easily done, but I recommend it to you, as you tender (offer formally) your part of the kingdom of heaven.

Brother, I may, from new experience, speak of Christ to you. Oh, if ye saw in Him what I see! A river of God's unseen joys has flowed from bank to brae over my soul since I parted with you. I wish that I wanted part (had less), so being ye might have (have more); that your soul might be sick of love for Christ, or rather satiated with Him. This clay-idol, the world, would seem to you then not worth a fig; time will eat you out of possession of it. When the eye-strings break, and the breath groweth cold, and the imprisoned soul looketh out of the windows of the clay-house, ready to leap out into eternity, what would you then give for a lamp full of oil? Oh seek it now." ---- Letter CXLVIII (a portion); from "Letters of Samuel Rutherford"

Note: The phrase 'from bank to brae' = Above ordinary bounds, or boundaries


***** Miscellany *****

1. I can't remember where I heard it, or who I heard it from, but a quote that has always stuck in my mind is this: "The Church is not an organization but, rather, an organism." Perhaps this will be the over-arching theme in, and the synthesis of, our reading @ "The Pilgrim Church"(?).

2. I hope I don't come off as pretentious. The Lord knows 'my standing up and my sitting down'...'He knows my words before I ever speak them.' From my youth, I have known His name, but never did I choose to honor it. I, like many others, chose to set my own course, and sail by my own compass. I have hurt many along the way, and I have 'pierced myself through with many sorrows'. May the beauty of a well-formed sentence not conceal the wretchedness of the man who wields the pen.

I am now 65. By the age of 35, I was married and divorced twice. By my first wife, Lisa, I fathered a son. That child was not allowed to see the light of day. We, being godless, and with a marriage already 'on the rocks', thought it not only reasonable, but even a kindness, to end that pregnancy by aborting the child. It was years later, while under conviction of sin in a place where drunks 'dry out', that the Spirit of my blessed Lord whispered, "You had a hand in the death of your own son." That arrow from Christ's bow nearly slew me, and to this day, sticks fast in me. Whenever that word passes through my memory, I weep bitter tears. And Lisa suffered greatly, too, as she now faces old-age wounded, and sorrowful, and childless.

There is no profit to be had by any further disclosure of a life poorly lived, whether it be of another failed marriage or two more disappointed, broken-hearted children who were allowed to live, yet were poorly loved; whether it be of thefts, or of lies, or of perversity; whether it be of a venomous, spiteful, blaspheming tongue or of multiple attempts to make shipwreck of faith by sin against light. My failings have been legion...My sins have been great...My life and my gift have been sorely misspent.

I only confess these things that you may know me a little. I refuse to go to my deathbed without a good word for Christ upon my lips. I am, by posting here, showing you an old man's attempt to return to his first love. In heaven or on earth, I have no other help but Christ. I wander about all the day long asking, "Have you seen my Beloved?" I speak up now because some say 'it is wisdom to strike while the iron is hot'. Whether this be obedience to that injunction, "Stir up the gift that is in you", I know not, nor do I care. All I do know is that I long to die with my head upon the pillow of Christ's breast...And I hope that I shall see the faces of everyone I have injured, happy and not weeping, gathered 'round the banqueting table when we arrive at that great and joy-full Marriage Supper of the Lamb. A-men.

3. I fear I have over-stepped, and said too much. I think I am overly tired.


NWD = NotWorthyDale

Aug 8, 2014 - 4:05pm

@ag1969 - you are very lucky

And so is your wife.

Everyone should have love like that. And promiscuity robs us of deep and lasting love. No, it's not always easy, but it's worth it.

Darth Smoker
Aug 8, 2014 - 4:07pm

Thank you Stephanie for

Thank you Stephanie for sharing your Heart. Well said.

"Whoever controls the Diction controls the argument". "pro-choice" vs. "pro-abortion" or "anti-life"

Aug 8, 2014 - 4:13pm

@NW View - thanks for sharing that

Men are harmed by abortion as well, which is why there are men's support groups for it. I do think we need more rights for male parents in our society. Granted, it would be difficult to justify a law requiring her to carry a child just because the father wanted it. I actually hope there will be a day when technology will be able to take over (i.e., instead of aborting, put the fetus into an incubator) and the woman can sever her ties but let the father or adoptive parents take on the child. Of course, we then get into the danger of too many women opting for incubators, and I would guess a baby does better being nurtured in a womb, but it's a compromise that I think would reduce the amount of pain and suffering overall.

PS I would also be concerned about the state mandating that all children be raised in incubators, and then we'd really have Brave New World. So there is a grave danger with this technology as well.

transplanted baby
Aug 8, 2014 - 4:14pm

to stephanie


Aug 8, 2014 - 4:19pm

Aug 8, 2014 - 4:32pm

God bless Ann Barnhardt...

...but she's wrong. Women's suffrage isn't the cause of the downfall of Western society...what was that little thing that came out about the same time?

Oh, you mean the movie industry? Hm, like maybe that had a greater influence?

She does make some interesting points. But she tends to miss the whole picture sometimes.

PS Stackaloha, sorry for the typo! Fixed! :-)

Aug 8, 2014 - 4:34pm

Great Open Opinion Stephanie

I know a woman in my area that is proud to say that she has had 7 abortions but now she is a drunk and a user. I always wonder if the abortions played a role in that downfall but then again I guess she also liked sex no matter the cost. Lol Keep Stacking

Aug 8, 2014 - 4:40pm

thanks Stephanie

I'm sure someone will complain that this isn't PM related but I say feminism/culural marxism/socialism go hand in hand, and socialism is one of the reasons to stack imo. I appreciate your courage to post controversial topics, I think this article carries more weight coming from a former feminist! Very well said and Thank You.

most here are familiar with Aaron Russo I believe:

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one from Rocking MrE:

he has quite a few non-PC philosophical topics actually...

Are All Feminists "Like That"?

also Bernard Chapin:

"I'm Sorry For Being a Man"

For the record, I don't agree with everything any of these people say.... But there is much to consider imho.

Also, I think that cell division is the essence of life made physical. Fetuses (growing people) have cell division therefore are alive, just saying...

Thanks again Stephanie. btw my handle is spelled stackaloha not stackahola lol

Aug 8, 2014 - 5:05pm


Women complain that men are pigs. But mate selection in humans, and therefore our evolution, is controlled by the female.

Aug 8, 2014 - 5:13pm

@ Stephanie, Lumpy1

Geez Stephanie, how'd Stackaloha talk you into writing this article? Damn, the abortion issue is truly the third-rail of American politics. You've gone where angels fear to tread!

As far as legalized abortions making modern women angrier and more prone to acting badly, I don't know... So much more "bad and evil" stuff gets reported nowadays that it's difficult to determine whether there's more bad and evil stuff going on, or whether it was always like this, just not reported. Take child molesters for example. Are there (percentage-wise) more of them today than, say, 100 years ago, or is it just that kids and their parents are more apt to go to the authorities today when it happens? I don't know.

However, I do agree with Lumpy1's comment that abortion is here to stay. I remember reading once (and I think that it still holds true) that among the democracies of the world, abortion, once legalized, has never been made illegal. And, while it is true that Roe vs. Wade may someday be overturned, there will still be states where abortion is legal, just like it was in California and New York prior to Roe vs. Wade.

I don't dismiss any of the negative consequences you raise regarding legalized abortion, including rising female anger. But there have been positive consequences as well that go beyond just giving women the right to decide for themselves what to do with their body. For example, studies have shown that legalized abortion has been a contributing factor in reducing violent crime rates.

Anyway, thanks for writing on this subject and have a good weekend!

Aug 8, 2014 - 5:18pm

for the record

I think the article I asked for was regarding Feminism in general as opposed to Abortion specific, but I do commend your bravery! Nice job handing me the blame too! Well played

El Gordo
Aug 8, 2014 - 5:23pm

Let's face it... I've often said before, men make decisions based on analysis and logic while women make decisions based on how they feel about something. Women trust their feelings, men trust their brains. Over time, feelings may change, but things that are logical tend to remain relatively stable. That's just the way it is. Women can try to mask their feelings, try to concoct explanations for their decisions which they think may make sense, try to outshout the rest of the crowd, act out a mad on, or any number of bizarre things, but logic will never be one of them. Therefore, mad women should just basically be left alone to stew in their own juices until, in desperation and out of options, they are ready to submit and give in to the man's world. As Marcus noted, women complain that men are pigs, but most real men are proud of being pigs and try to out pig each other. See this post for one example.

Aug 8, 2014 - 5:33pm

Great job, Stephanie

Thank you for always writing so clearly and courageously. I am convinced that part of evil's deception is that things become upside down or otherwise perverted. Thank you for calling it out. And ag1969, great wisdom!!

Aug 8, 2014 - 6:00pm

Awesome post Stephanie!

Very insightful. I knew a girl a few years ago who was conceived in rape, and was a very effective pro-life advocate.

Regarding legality/illegality, I think a lot of confusion comes with assuming a static political structure. Kind of like the immigration debate, which in my opinion can't be resolved until people recognize the immorality of taking wealth by force in order to "give" to those in (politically recognized) need. Not being heartless here, this is a problem that state action does not help.

In the same way, why can't autonomous cultural societies decide what is tolerated or "legal"? Why do 300 million people have to agree how to apply/enforce moral law? Sure there will always be rogue states violating natural law, but I think it is time to embrace decentralization. The foundation funded anti-life, pro promiscuity, brave new world lobby would have a lot harder time exerting political clout in an environment with dozens (hundreds?) of small organizations than they do with the current behemoth on the Potomac. Hell, they probably wouldn't even exist without the Fed. Reserve. (chicken or egg?)

It cracks me that up pro-life republicans brook no mention of state or local defiance of the FedGov even when defiance could materially forward their stated goals of adhering to natural law. In any realm be it gun control, school policy, monetary reform, or heaven forbid abortion. They (republican faithful) want the power.

Sorry to ramble. Keep stacking, and remember the tenth amendmant!

Aug 8, 2014 - 6:40pm


I strongly support the right to abortion. Take O'bozo for instance. Now there is a shining example of why abortion should be available and in similar cases, even mandatory. I would have supported having his entire family, including his grandparents on his mother's side, burned at the stake. Abortion can correct mindless mistakes of creation like rape babies and genetically bankrupt incest babies. Then we have the sorry result of bestiality. I'm talking about chicken frickers and their Joe Biden and Hildabeast. Which reminds me. I didn't see any disappearing chickens and one of the links doesn't work.

Did I mention Dykes on Bikes?

Aug 8, 2014 - 6:45pm

@ Stephanie

Very profound and moving post. Thank you for writing it. As a father and husband I worry about the women in my life everyday. I have noticed the trend you describe here and believe you may be on to something.

I don't think your conspiracy theory is too far off either. I tend to believe that when society starts behaviors that conflict with nature's laws there is usually a more evil force at work. Legal or not, immoral or not, abortion is not natural.

I also believe that the push for more rights and opportunities for women has to do with how we are being enslaved by debt. 50 years ago one salary was enough to support a family. That wasn't enough for the bankers and government to skim from. Now both parents have to work and pay someone else to raise their children. It used to be if an unmarried couple made a "mistake", they got married and started a family. Now the woman can get an abortion and go back to work. Our government and big business has masked what they are doing by clothing it in "more rights for women" and "control over her body". What they have really done is taken the right from women to have, nurture and raise their children.

My daughter never had the opportunity to dream about having a family in the traditional sense. She knew as a little girl she was going to have to grow up and get a job to help support a family. That is important so big government can grow, big business has more customers, and society can tell her she needs one more phone or TV.

Aug 8, 2014 - 7:06pm

Stephanie...good job

I really like the way you are honest about your path through life and strong enough to detail your evolution. I am 63 now and I believe that a life of growing awareness results in wisdom. I am married for 41 years to the girl I asked to marry me when she was 18 and I was 19. It was much simpler then. We were both virgins and both raised with a Christian worldview. We expected life to be a struggle and promised to love and serve each other. It was a struggle and we still are excited to serve each other. I was there when my wife (106 lbs.) gave me 2 sons. I remember it like yesterday. What a labor. What a gift. I can tell you, when they placed my newborn son in my arms, it exploded my heart. I would have wrestled lions to keep him safe. I guess I'm trying to write the inverse of your article,i.e., just how wonderful it can be to accept the impossible discipline of Christian structure, sexual behavior, gender roles, and so on. The guardrails in place in the mid 20th century are long gone, but I can tell you this. My wife and I have merged into each other. We have literally become "one." She radiates peace and I just want to lay down my life to serve her. I can only imagine the regret and remorse of memories of abortion. May God have mercy.

Aug 8, 2014 - 7:12pm


...if what you wrote had come from a male, it would not have been nearly as effective. If that had been the case, we'd be bombarded with anti-male bashing because how could a man possibly understand what women go through? -- principles be damned.

I, for one, am really happy that you're addressing this subject, especially since you've been on the other side of the equation.

I've been single all my life. There's always been a part of me that would love to have a relationship, but my convictions and beliefs have marginalized me from the mainstream pool of potential mates. I know there are wonderful women out there. I've dated a few in my time. But I could never get behind the militancy of the modern female. It's an absolute turn-off!

Thanks for having the courage to express yourself on a public forum.



Joseph Warren
Aug 8, 2014 - 7:38pm

Depopulation Agenda

and nothing but a psy-op. The lower level 'true believers' are foolish pawns with a screw loose. Their 'stupid genes' won't be passed on to a new generation. They're the same types who believe the 'get the rich' meme spouted by the mainstream media. Of course that media is controlled and owned by those who have multibillions (or more?) protected off-shore. Those ultra-rich globalists have no intention of giving up their wealth, of course. To them, the 99.9999% are 'useless eaters' to be eliminated. There are plenty of neurotics who eagerly go along with the agenda.

Yes, this is insane. Research this for yourself. Read the globalists own publications.

Aug 8, 2014 - 7:43pm

long in planning

The reshaping of traditional Western society through the corruption of woman has long been a great part of the plan of action of some. What you see taking place is not accidental, these people hate all rational order and want to establish an order in society according to their own plan and desires. They care not what means it takes to achieve their ends, how many destroyed, how many murdered. Pervert and destroy families and the very basis of functional society is gone.

Aug 8, 2014 - 7:48pm


Well, Stephanie, I was going to keep quiet on this one but then I saw your video labeled "abortion activist attacks pro-lifers".

I am sure that that film is shocking for most who view it, but not for me. There is much more happening within that young woman than most understand. I have seen hundreds of men and women who display this same behavior. Most will not believe what I will say, not even the local steeple houses on every corner.

So, I tell stories from the past: At one time decades ago, I was in a local S.H. on a Wednesday night service. The head pastor came to me just before the meeting was to start and said,"One of our couples has brought a demon possessed woman to the service tonight and she wants help, would you meet her over in my pastor's office with the two other people?" I said sure. I did not even get started and the woman (much like the one in the video),she charged me, jumped on me, slugged me, scratched my entire face until I was bleeding, spit all over me and I was hurt and a mess. It was so fast. It was the worst beating that I had ever received in my life. (Hang onto your hats for the rest of the story).

I stood up, rebuked the demons in her, and she fell back onto a chair. Then she slithered down the chair onto the floor like a snake (yes that is what I said), and we cast the demons out as they came out screaming.

I could write a large book of 40 years of these events, the hospitals think they are crazy, the common man thinks they are on drugs, the systems do not want them in their buildings and the Church has failed to show forth what they believe:

Mark 16:17: And these attesting signs will accompany those who believe: in My Name they will drive out demons;

Somehow it has amazed me personally, that the church has believed that when Jesus ascended, the demons also left the planet. It may be a good time to review the Gospels and the Book of Acts while it is yet today.

This planet is being continually supplied with men and women like the one on the film. One may not like my view, however, I was there for that one and many, many more. The prosperity gospel will not dislodge even a pet frog. jmo

Aug 8, 2014 - 7:50pm

Thanks Stephanie

for another great post.

My favorite line when in an argument with a pro-abortionist is "Probably a good thing your mom didn't feel that way, eh?". Get some confused looks, oh well.

Aug 8, 2014 - 8:00pm

One thing missing


This is a great thought provoking article. There is one aspect of of angry women missing. Women and the abuse they inflict on their children. The vast majority of mothers spank their children, often before even one year of age. They scream, punish and humiliate their children. They put them in day care from 6 weeks of age then shuffle them into shitty government schools. And yes, so do men. But women are supposed to be the nurturing care givers. The problems with angry women, and angry men start by being abused as children. This has to stop. Women must choose good men to have children with. Men are programmed to do what they need to gain access to women. If women raised their standards, men would rise to the occasion. But if women spread their legs for thugs and scum, that is all men will be. And yes, not all men or all women fit this, but the trend is clear. Women choose the partner, it is just how biology works.

We need you women. Don't hit your kids. Choose a good man to have kids with. Don't put up with abuse for an instant. The future of society depends on it.

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