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Cabdullahi
08-13-2010, 03:02 AM
Why are Feminists Surprised Their Daughters are ****s?

August 11, 2010

"We must introduce into their education all those principles which have so brilliantly broken up their order."
Protocols of Zion, 16

by Henry Makow, Ph.D.


In a recent article "Outraged Moms, Trashy Daughters" by Anne Kingston, (Macleans, Aug 16, 2010) mothers lament that their daughters now see "empowerment" in terms of pleasuring males.

While the feminist mothers saw power as financial independence and rejected female "objectification," their daughters accept the pornographic message of pop music and advertising. In the words of one mom, they "believe their purpose in life is to be sexual beings who please men."

"A blow job is like shaking hands," said another mom. "Their attitude is: 'We're emancipated, we're liberated, we're in control. They see [it] as power; I see it as giving their power away."

Yes but: Who taught girls they could have sex outside of courtship, love and marriage?

Feminists did. Feminism brainwashed young women to see husbands as oppressors and family as bondage. There was no longer any reason to restrict sex to love and marriage.

Understandably, feminists don't want to admit their teachers have betrayed them. Feminism was created by elite social engineers to reduce population and undermine marriage and family.

Even while they wring their hands, feminists are blinded by their ideology. (The article veers off into a discussion of how feminism is still relevant.)

The words "love," "marriage," "husband" and "family" do not appear in the article. No wonder they can't understand the problem and what to do about it.

Both mothers and daughters are victims of deliberate social subversion. A woman's career used to be wife and mother. She consecrated her sexuality for the man she loved, the father of her children, her protector and provider.

Young women today are up a creek. They don't know how to be women and men don't know how to be men. But one thing that hasn't changed is - men don't marry ****s. These girls are going to be left high and dry once their sex appeal has faded.

They obsess on looking beautiful but don't know that true beauty comes from within, from a spiritual purity. This means rejecting all coarse influences and behavior. It means focusing on what is good, true, human and inspiring.

In the past, men had to prove their love and commitment before they could have sex. As a result, women were cherished and given a lifelong role (mother, wife) that satisfied their deepest emotional needs.

Now they have been reduced to amateur prostitutes and corporate widgets.

"I don't meet many girls who feel good about themselves, even though they are totally gorgeous," one social worker says.

How could they ... giving their bodies to strangers who dump them?

Girls figure they must give away sex or boys will get it from other girls. That's like saying, "if I don't let muggers rob and beat me, other girls will."

The other word totally absent from this article is "father." Girls could get love, self respect and guidance from their fathers. But I'm guessing their feminist mothers drove their fathers away.

It's not too late for girls to learn to be women again. There can be no sex without courtship and love. If other girls want to give it away, let them suffer the consequences.

Girls can become feminine again by making marriage and family their first priority. If they refocus, they can regain the path to fulfillment and happiness.

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Alpha Dude
08-13-2010, 10:11 AM
Good article.
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Rhubarb Tart
08-13-2010, 10:15 AM
Salam

Thanks for the article
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syed_z
08-13-2010, 11:50 AM
Very true... Protocols of the Zion... behind all the World's corruption... people need to understand Protocols of the Zion is real and some people still think its all hoax... well time would tell again..
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nousername
08-13-2010, 06:04 PM
I think it's a little unfair. Feminists can be extreme, but they have done good. For example, women were denied the right to vote, denied many jobs, denied in universities, were legally beaten, and the list goes on.
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Cabdullahi
08-13-2010, 06:14 PM
Originally Posted by nousername
I think it's a little unfair. Feminists can be extreme, but they have done good. For example, women were denied the right to vote, denied many jobs, denied in universities, were legally beaten, and the list goes on.

and then feminists came to the rescue and saved the women by telling them to compete with men and to shun real femininity which is to be loving and caring mothers......sure they fought for women's rights but that was not their biggest aim , these feminists don't have anything feminine about them and their biggest aim was to break up the family system....a system whereby the father is the provider and the mother rears the kids....but a conman or a con-woman must entice you somehow to achieve their agenda and that's what they've done...they've sold women disease enshrouded in the finest chocolate

and now nobody knows their role....men are not acquainted with their responsibilities and women are confused and think family life is a life sentence

I Thank Allah for islam which set out everything and gave everyone their rights before any women with bobbed hair and trousers came to the scene to talk about the sameness of men and women when clearly Allah created us differently both physiologically and psychologically . Alhamdulilah
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Cabdullahi
08-13-2010, 06:15 PM
by Real Women of Canada

Canadian Women Prosper at Expense of Men/Families



In 1986, the federal government passed the Employment Equity Act, which targeted the hiring of four designated groups: women, aboriginals, visible minorities and the disabled.

At the time this bill was drafted, men dominated the public service with 58% of the jobs and more than 95% of the executive jobs.

Not any more. There has been a tremendous flip flop in these figures, with women now holding 55% of all jobs in the public service and about 43% of the executive positions.

Although women are still clustered in the clerical and administrative jobs in the public service, what is amazing is that there are now more women than men in the "knowledge" occupations, with numbers doubling in executive, computer, scientific and other professional fields between 1996 and 2006.

To her credit, Maria Barrados, president of the Public Service Commission, has stated that in view of these statistics, it's time to reconsider whether women be granted preferential treatment as they did in the past.

61% of university graduates are now women, and, as a result, women are making tremendous strides - not just in the public service, but in other areas as well.

For example, women are starting small businesses at twice the rate of men. Women entrepreneurs now hold ownership in about 45% of Canadian small and medium enterprises and are providing 1.7 million jobs in Canada, as well as contributing more than $18 billion to the country's economy.

WHAT ABOUT MEN?

Where does this leave men? Why are they not graduating from university in at least equal numbers as women? Why are women dominating the traditional male fields of medicine and law? Why were 63.7% of the high school dropouts in 2004 - 2005 males? What is happening to young men?

It's time to take a serious look at this strange new phenomenon, which is leading to profound changes in society.

REASONS FOR MALE DROP-OUT

Unfortunately, one of the main reasons for this change in behaviour in men is that feminist theory has had a hard, ruthless grip on education. Young men are now given second place to females who are given priority, encouragement, and advantages.

In effect, young men are no longer encouraged to succeed but, instead, are being forced to pay, by neglect, for the supposed past discrimination against women.

Also, young men are no longer encouraged to assume the traditional role of husband, father and provider for the family. Why should they bother? Why commit to marriage, when one can have an enjoyable sex life and companionship without ever assuming responsibility for that relationship?

Further, men today are being held responsible for domestic violence, when studies show that women are equally responsible for it. Why are men forcefully removed from their homes, based on assumptions only, with no evidence, that the male is an abuser? Why are fathers required to pay child support, but there is no requirement that mothers provide the father access to their children for whom he is paying that support?

As so long as feminists are permitted to promote the absurd premise that women are "victims", who require affirmative action and other privileges, the situation for men and society will continue to deteriorate.

This is one of the reasons why the Status of Women [Department] must be abolished. Either that, or, at the very least, an agency must be established for the "Status of Men" so that they, too, can have a voice at the cabinet table to point out the heavy discrimination and downright mistreatment they receive in today's society.

http://www.henrymakow.com/canadian_w...r_at_expe.html
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IbnAbdulHakim
08-13-2010, 06:38 PM
feminists eh

always nice to read how ridiculous they are
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Cabdullahi
08-13-2010, 06:44 PM
forgot to add theres nothing wrong with working and going to university....its good but motherhood must not be neglected
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IbnAbdulHakim
08-13-2010, 07:04 PM
Originally Posted by nousername
I think it's a little unfair. Feminists can be extreme, but they have done good. For example, women were denied the right to vote, denied many jobs, denied in universities, were legally beaten, and the list goes on.
Any woman who stood up against oppression is to be commended of course. I greatly admire and respect strong courageous women, they are role models just like our sahabiyaat.

However, when i think "feminist", I dont think of revolutionaries who steered women away from oppression, I really doubt even those women called themselves "feminists", instead I think of women who think they have no need for a man, that they are totally independent and behave in shameless rebellious ways
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Rhubarb Tart
08-13-2010, 07:16 PM
Originally Posted by Abdullahii
and then feminists came to the rescue and saved the women by telling them to compete with men and to shun real femininity which is to be loving and caring mothers......sure they fought for women's rights but that was not their biggest aim , these feminists don't have anything feminine about them and their biggest aim was to break up the family system....a system whereby the father is the provider and the mother rears the kids....but a conman or a con-woman must entice you somehow to achieve their agenda and that's what they've done...they've sold women disease enshrouded in the finest chocolate

and now nobody knows their role....men are not acquainted with their responsibilities and women are confused and think family life is a life sentence

I Thank Allah for islam which set out everything and gave everyone their rights before any women with bobbed hair and trousers came to the scene to talk about the sameness of men and women when clearly Allah created us differently both physiologically and psychologically . Alhamdulilah
You do know that women are allowed to work in Islam...:shade:

If you don't your wife to work, you need to state that before marriage.
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Rhubarb Tart
08-13-2010, 07:25 PM
Originally Posted by Abdullahii
forgot to add theres nothing wrong with working and going to university....its good but motherhood must not be neglected
oh missed that. Yep nothing like motherhood. I would find it ridiculous for a woman to work or study full time whilst having a child. But nothing wrong with part time.
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Danah
08-13-2010, 08:23 PM
Yet, they say that Islam oppresses women, eh?

Islam gave us more freedom and cherished us more than their stupid feminists ideas!

Good article! thanks for sharing.
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Ğħαrєєвαħ
08-13-2010, 09:28 PM
Aslaamu`Alaaykum

Jazakallahu Khaayr for sharing

Wa`Alaaykum Salaam
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أحمد
08-13-2010, 10:38 PM
:sl:

Islam gave authority to women over 1400 years ago; one of the greatest well known examples is of Ayesha (RA). Many ahadeeth include Ayesha (RA) in their chains of narration.

And they say, "Islam oppresses women!"

:wa:
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Maryan0
08-13-2010, 11:08 PM
Originally Posted by Abdullahii
Why are Feminists Surprised Their Daughters are ****s?



The other word totally absent from this article is "father." Girls could get love, self respect and guidance from their fathers. But I'm guessing their feminist mothers drove their fathers away.


With feminists of today men are too blame for everything for certain men like one who wrote this rant women are to blame for everything. How about some self-responsibilty. While I agree with the point of the article it's full generalizations and poor word choices.
Salam
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Ummu Sufyaan
08-14-2010, 06:38 AM
:sl:
im going to try my best to refrain from commenting my real thoughts of this thread.

The other word totally absent from this article is "father." Girls could get love, self respect and guidance from their fathers. But I'm guessing their feminist mothers drove their fathers away.
maybe the father just didn't want to show love for his daughter. some fathers are abusive, not only to their daughters but to their wives as well (children sometimes cant love or respect the "abuser" parent). some men hate the fact that daughters are born, and will threaten his wife if she doesn't bare him a son (since when was it up to humans to determine the gender of their child) in some cultures daughters are a shame...in other cultures abortion of a female fetus is practiced :(. generally speaking, parents always treat their sons better then their daughters. females/daughters are generally treated as inferior...

and feminists have children? i thought most feminists are homo (due to their hating of men)...

i agree with the above poster. i agree with sentiments of the article but its not completely the women who are to blame. out right ridiculous.


Feminism brainwashed young women to see husbands as oppressors [...]
i think husbands themselves did a very good job of that before anyone did.


is Henry Mawkow a chauvinist? it would be interesting to get some sort of biography/background on this person...is he gay by any chance? I think even alot of men wouldn't agree with his views.
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Lynx
08-14-2010, 07:39 AM
Feminism has many shapes and forms. Essentially the only thing all feminists have in common is the goal of empowering women's rights which is something Islam brags about all the time. The Prophet was a feminist of his time period; Muslims who say Islam 'liberates' women are feminists; there is no one kind of feminism. The OP is guilty of misunderstanding feminism & over generalizing that misunderstanding.
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Alpha Dude
08-14-2010, 11:15 AM
i thought most feminists are homo (due to their hating of men)...
LOL hahaha ;D
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Ummu Sufyaan
08-14-2010, 11:30 AM
^it wasnt meant to be funny. isnt that the case? :hiding:
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sister herb
08-14-2010, 11:38 AM
Salam alaykum

most of western feminists don´t understand islam and islamic idea of women at all. They think we are oppressed because our hijab. They think some man force us to use it. They don´t believe if we tell them it is not true - we are brainwashed to them.

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Cabdullahi
08-14-2010, 03:50 PM
Biography from wikipedia : http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Henry_Makow
Henry Makow (born November 12, 1949) is a Canadian conspiracy theorist, author, columnist, and inventor of the boardgame Scruples.

Makow was born in Zürich, Switzerland. As an infant, he moved with his family to Canada, settling in Ottawa. At the age of 11 he began to write the syndicated advice-to-parents column "Ask Henry," which ran in 50 newspapers in the early 1960s[citation needed] and was published in book form in 1962.[1] He appeared as a guest on What's My Line? and stumped the panel.

He received his Ph.D. in English Literature from the University of Toronto in 1982, and lives in Winnipeg. In 1984, he invented Scruples, a game of moral dilemmas which was translated into five languages and sold seven million copies worldwide.[citation needed]

Makow postulates a hidden hand shaping modern history according to a long-term occult (Satanic) agenda. He argues that democracy today is a charade and serves as an instrument of social control; the mass media generally stifles information and channels thought; and popular entertainment degrades us and diverts the audience from what is really happening.

His collection, Illuminati: The Cult that Hijacked the World (2009), documents this view of history. In 2010, he published "Illuminati 2 - Deceit & Seduction" which provides further information regarding this hypothesis.

He is the author of A Long Way to go for a Date (Winnipeg: Silas Green, 2000), the story of his courtship and marriage to a young Filipina. (He divorced and remarried in 2001.) His opinion that feminism is an attempt to destabilize society is found in his first collection,'Cruel Hoax: Feminism and the New World Order'(2007).

He believes the Protocols of the Elders of Zion are authentic and are the blueprint of the New World Order. However, he believes they represent a small cabal of Masonic Jews, central bankers who direct organized Jewry, but not Jews in general. He argues that programs espousing "tolerance," "multiculturalism" and "diversity" are social engineering by this powerful cabal:

'Tolerance' shames us into giving up our humanity. Let's resist by strengthening our identities: heterosexuality, nation, religion and race, respecting but not deferring to others. The real tolerance does not come from erasing differences but in upholding them, in loving others for their unique qualities, and being proud of our own."[2]

Makow also supports the 9/11 Truth movement




tbh he has some good points but he tends to say some erroneous things

he's against homosexuality....


McDonald's Ad Makes Gay Disorder Seem "Cool"
''The ad fails to recognize that homosexuality is a developmental disorder. The vast majority of homosexuals suffer from gender confusion due to male sexual assault as youths or dysfunctional families (dominant mothers, remote effeminate fathers.) ''

Gun to Our Head? Sexual Liberation & Satanism

''We live in a world colonized by a satanic cult, the Illuminati, which places its puppets in leadership positions in education, culture, business and government. We are subject to a steady barrage of mind control designed to deceive, debilitate and enslave us.

Real liberation lies in understanding that our society is morally bankrupt and we can ignore its lies and monkey gestures. We can lead our lives independently if we place our trust in God, who speaks to us through our spirit and conscience.

Despite the attempts of the Illuminati to deny the moral order, and reduce man to the condition of rooting animals, we will uphold the spiritual ideals that define us as human.''
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from : http://www.henrymakow.com/test_1.html and http://www.henrymakow.com/mcdonalds_...y_disorde.html
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Cabdullahi
08-14-2010, 04:42 PM
Originally Posted by Lynx
Feminism has many shapes and forms. Essentially the only thing all feminists have in common is the goal of empowering women's rights which is something Islam brags about all the time. The Prophet was a feminist of his time period; Muslims who say Islam 'liberates' women are feminists; there is no one kind of feminism. The OP is guilty of misunderstanding feminism & over generalizing that misunderstanding.
there are only two groups of feminists that i know of, those who genuinely fight for equal rights and opportunities and those that want men to be redundant....

for example :

"One of the anthropological pleasures of the 1990s will be watching how men cope with a new role - that of the redundant male". (Jane McLoughlin author of The Democratic Revolution (1990))

"As a species is it possible that men are ever so last century?" (New York Times columnist Maureen Dowd)

(Professor of Economics at the OU) was speaking for a respected strain of modern feminism when she wrote: "We will not be able to achieve full emancipation of the potential of both sexes without taking on the question of reproduction, and I mean that in the most basic sense of having babies."
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Asiyah3
08-14-2010, 05:11 PM
Originally Posted by Lynx
Feminism has many shapes and forms. Essentially the only thing all feminists have in common is the goal of empowering women's rights which is something Islam brags about all the time. The Prophet was a feminist of his time period; Muslims who say Islam 'liberates' women are feminists; there is no one kind of feminism. The OP is guilty of misunderstanding feminism & over generalizing that misunderstanding.
Peace,
There is a difference between Islam and feminism.

Islam
- A man is different than a woman and a woman is different than a man
- Justice

Feminism
- Men are women and women are men
- Men = women
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Woodrow
08-14-2010, 05:30 PM
:sl:

The Feminists of today had counterparts in the past. Some even led empires (ie Cleopatra). Yet if you ever read the history of Cleopatra, you will find she was one of the most powerful women who ever lived, and one of the most unhappy.

Cleopatra had everything the feminists of today think they want and it only brought her suicide.
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JSTOR
08-14-2010, 10:32 PM
The title of this thread is absolutely vile!!!!!!
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JSTOR
08-14-2010, 10:36 PM
p.s I dont understand why you A MAN think you have the right to comment or even criticize female issues. This is the kind of thing that makes my blood boil, especially certain muslim men, maybe if you took the time to stop oberving women and how their conducting themselves and look in the mirror, we would have a better world.
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Rhubarb Tart
08-14-2010, 10:50 PM
lol I have a feeling this thread may be closed or deleted. :shade:
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