That socialist patriarchy ironically and cynically called “feminism”

“The goal of feminism, towards each woman, is to reduce, terrorize, seduce, sterilize, commodify, impede, implode — and destroy her” -Feminism, prima facie

Mythologies of that socialist patriarchy ironically and cynically called “feminism” are imaginary chains which bind both men and women: controlling men through what they love, and controlling women through what they fear.

Men love women.

Women fear men.

Feminism, that socialist patriarchy, controls both men and women, destroying their potential — “for their own good.”

“Do we really need any more kids in this crowded world!?,” croak the foot-soldiers of the socialist patriarchy ironically name “feminism.”

“Can women ever really be safe while men are free?,” asks the oligopoly, arguing that women’s dependence is only ever a product of men’s independence: the less freedom men enjoy, then the more safety women will enjoy. The implication being that women can never enjoy freedom — only, at most, safety. And a woman’s safety can only ever be secured by her pledging allegiance to, and dependence upon, the men who anoint the middle-woman puppets of the socialist patriarchy ironically and cynically called “feminism.”

The entire patriarchal socialist scheme of feminism depends on each woman (and each of her enabling men) to be already — or else quickly become — too cynical to be realistic, and too fearful to be mathematical:

she must pretend (ie. play along) with the fantasy that, in a free society, there would be more men intent on harming her than helping her.

Only by this delusional fantasy can she even pretend to trust that the constricting tyranny of feminism — built by and ultimately benefitting only socialist patriarchs and their handpicked minions — could ever serve her needs better than a free state with far more intact men as eligible providers and protectors.

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