Tuesday, March 30, 2010


I've always been a sporadic blogger, but much moreso as of late. I'm in the process of moving offices for my business, and it's been time consuming...which is why I have not been able to log on and write for any extensive period of time this past two weeks. I should be done and back online next week.

Tuesday, March 16, 2010

The Fall of a Natural

Upon reflecting on my past through the lens of understanding gained by taking the Red Pill (oh how I never tire of that allegory,) it's rather amusing to see things so clearly in hindsight to the kind of things I used to be completely oblivious to.

When I was in my early 20's and attending college, I had a roommate who was a "Natural" player. He was a PUA to the "T." The dude was practicing Leykis 101 (NSFW) before I ever heard that particular radio show.

He was an older guy in his mid 30's, he had 3 "steady" girls at all times, as well as an endless array of one night stands and short affairs of 20 something women. He was a DJ; an excellent drummer of a semi-popular jazz/funk/hip-hop fusion nightclub band; a sometime event promoter; as well as a primary procurer for illicit recreational substances. In short, he was Hawaii's version of the G Manifesto in the early 90's.

We were roommates for several years, and during that time, I witnessed the entire catalog of PUA behavior, multiple relationship management, negging, and alpha indifference to his girls emotional roller coasters. Being the clueless guy that I was, I was in many different cases, the LJBF nice guy to a few of his conquests.

I remember one instance in which one of his steady girls complained for hours to me at our house (she came over unannounced while he was out...swooping other girls, of course), and I was the only one home. I got an earful of how he was such a jerk, and what the hell was she doing wasting her time with him, blah, blah, blah.

I even got the "why can't he be nice like you?"

Now I know, it is precisely why he was not like me that attracted her all the more.

My roommate once told me he planned to play with women like that forever.

Eventually he moved out of our place, I ended up getting married and moving out and we haven't seen each other in years now.

But recently I talked to several mutual friends who gave me the update on how his life turned out since we last saw each other.

Apparently, he met THE ONE.

The mythical creature who does not exist.

The ONE woman he fell so hard for, he unwittingly quit all of his natural skills as a player, and put her way up on the pedestal. Knowing the quality of girls that he regularly swooped, it would not be any sort of stretch on my part to guess she was a 9 or a 10 for certain. My friends told me that he worshiped her. He broke up with all other girls, stopped nightclubbing and swooping other girls. He got a serious case of oneitis. He bought her a ring and proposed. They were engaged for 6 months.

In the midst of planning their wedding, she cheated on him and dumped him for another guy.

He was devastated.

Many women will read this account and think that he got exactly what he deserved...bad boy player finally getting his comeuppance. But I take a more important lesson from his tale of woe: if you meet a woman who you think is "THE ONE" and you game her into a relationship...don't forget the things you did to land her in the first place once you are in that relationship! As Alkibiades wrote in his excellent post, Hot Tubs and Women:

Game does not end when you begin an LTR. If anything it is just the beginning.

As a "natural," I wonder if he will arrive to the conclusions on his own? Will he realize that he "beta-ized" and killed her attraction for him by ceasing to be the "player" he was for all those years? That he fell for one of the biggest lies of our feminized society that preaches that men should put women on a pedestal to have a "serious" relationship?

Monday, March 15, 2010

Your Papers, Comrade!

One of the primary tenets of the "conspiracy theory" sphere of the internet concerning the New World Order, is the idea that the elites who are striving inexorably towards a one world government, and that all the masses will eventually be tagged, cataloged and registered into a central database that will have implications that reach into every facet of our lives.

As the Biblical prophesy concerning the Number of the Beast in the Book of Revelations:

And that no man might buy or sell, save he that had the mark, or the name of the beast, or the number of his name. Here is wisdom. Let him that hath understanding count the number of the beast: for it is the number of a man; and his number is Six hundred threescore and six.

If you look at the Wikipedia page I linked to for Number of the Beast, you'll see the majority of the content regarding this passage is concerned with the actual number 666 and possible translations have mistaken that for the originally intended 616. Does the actual number itself really matter?

And that no man might buy or sell, save he that had the mark, or the name of the beast...

This is about CONTROLLING mankind by ID. I think the number itself is really just an allegory here...it's the basic idea that is most important aspect of this scripture to ponder!

Why do you think the banks, and many large corporations are pushing more and more people to use debit cards? Why they've made it the ultimate convenience tool to use? The more people use debit cards, the more they're financial transactions are easily traceable!

Whether you believe in "conspiracy theory" or not, you must look at what has been going on in the past generation in which Government entities have been working towards the goal of having a uniformly IDENTIFIED populace.

I believe this is the true rationale behind the imposition of a federally mandated drinking age of 21. (Note - this is just a theory of mine, I haven't read that anywhere else, I have no proof - it's just my own thoughts developed from trying to decipher the incremental approach to social engineering being used on the masses.)

People who have traveled in other countries in which the drinking age is much lower (if there is one at all) can quite easily see how a relaxed societal attitude towards alcohol usually results in a society for which drunken debauchery is generally disapproved of, how responsible drinking is the norm, and that all of the supposed chaos and problems that would result from having a lowered drinking age in America are usually not evident in most countries outside of the USA.

One can also see the most apparent contradiction in the drinking age policy when it comes to military service and suffrage. You mean society says your adult enough to vote...and sign up for military service to go and kill and be killed in foreign lands when you're 18...but still three years away from being mature enough to handle drinking alcohol?

This simply does not pass a cursory examination based on objective, common sense.

So why, than? Put on your tin foil hat for a moment and consider the "conspiracy" angle:

- We now have an entire generation of Americans that have grown up in a society in which a fairly common behavior throughout all of human history like social drinking has been regulated by Federal, State and County authorities. To now have a few drinks for recreation, you must line up, and submit your identification for scrutiny to enter an establishment that serves alcohol or purchase some from a grocery store or market.

- We now have an entire generation of Americans conditioned to the idea that they cannot wait to reach the age of 21 so they can eagerly obtain a government ID to prove their eligibility to enter an establishment or buy from their local grocery/liquor stores.

Seen from that angle, the Federally mandated raising of the Drinking age in the late 1980's to 21 now makes perfect sense!

Another idea for tagging We the Sheeple so we can be cataloged and tracked, is to store our individual, unique bio-metrics in a centralized database.

This, is also why I suspect their is such a huge push being done to pass "universal" health care. It's not about "caring" for everybody. It's about creating the impetus to justify the creation of a large, central database of the average citizen's medical records, indexed to their SSN's. Just one more way to advance the primary goal to tag and track We the Sheeple.

From Against Simple Universal Healthcare:

The SSN was created in support of the social security program of the Federal Government in the 1930’s. Originally limited in use to recording individual ontributions to the social security plan, its approved Federal use has been broadened to identifying taxpayers and their tax transactions, civil service employment, Defense Department personnel, recipients of some forms of public assistance, and other functions. In addition, states use the SSN for their own tax-related records, and many also index drivers’ licenses, motor vehicle registration, and criminal history to the same identifier. Non-government uses include records holding an individual’s history of employment, insurance, credit, and education. If current trends continue, health records will join this list.

With growing interoperability of database systems, we are getting close to the time when a single SQL query can, at not very great cost, find a selection of individuals based on any or all of the characteristics indexed by the SSN listed above. To anyone who values privacy even slightly, this is a frightening prospect.

Rest assured, those that would Tag and Track us are not betting all their efforts on duping the populous to accept "universal healthcare." No...there looking for other ways to get our bio-metrics recorded...

Have a look at these two recent articles:

Judge: Police Can Forcibly Take DNA Samples Upon Arrest

Obama Supports DNA Sampling Upon Arrest

Note that this is UPON ARREST. Not conviction...merely arrested! Based on that alone, any man falsely accused of domestic violence as a simple divorce tactic as advised by his divorcing wife's attorney, will than be subject to an involuntary collection of his DNA.

I do believe the pattern is clear. Our government agencies and their agents have slowly but surely working towards collecting our information and working towards a Brave New World Order where we the Sheeple are all tagged, databased and easily tracked, controlled and manipulated.

Think THIS type of scenario is really that far fetched?

We are certainly moving closer to this sort of thing becoming our new reality.

Wednesday, March 10, 2010

Undeclared & Unconstitutional Wars

So I'm in the midst of reading None Dare Call It Conspiracy, the aforementioned book in my last post, and I've come across something in Chapter 6: The Rockefellers and the Reds, that suddenly clicked a missing puzzle piece into place in my own mind.

One of the things I used to struggle with as a pro-War, Dubya voting RepubliNeo-Con, was the fact that even though I used to think the Iraq war was necessary, justified and righteous...I was always puzzled by Bush and the GOP refusing to put forth a motion on the floor of Congress to ask for an official declaration of war, as required by the US Constitution.

Of course, in hindsight, the fact that Dubya didn't bother to adhere to the Constitution is certainly not a big surprise, only now do I finally see the hidden picture within the picture, regarding the reason why our country has engaged in a number of military actions without that Constitutionally mandated declaration by congress: to declare war officially, would mean any American corporations or firms selling arms, and goods that can be used for military purposes, would have to immediately cease doing business with an officially declared enemy or be considered treasonous and subject to the harshest penalties under the law.

Is it starting to make a little more sense now?

From pp. 68-69 of None Dare Call It A Conspiracy (note that this book was published in 1971 - the Vietnam War was still ongoing, hence the present tense references):

On October 7, 1966, President Lyndon Johnson, a man who had appointed a C.F.R. {Council on Foreign Relations} member to virtually every strategic position in his administration, stated:

"We intend to press for legislative authority to negotiate trade agreements which could extend most favored-nation tariff treatment to European Communist states. We will reduce export controls on East-West trade with respect to hundreds of on strategic items…"

The New York Times reported one week later on October 13, 1966:

"The United States put into effect today one of President Johnson's proposals for stimulating East-West trade by removing restrictions on the export of more than four hundred commodities to the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe…Among the categories from which items have been selected for export relaxation are vegetables, cereals, fodder, hides, crude and manufactured rubber, pulp and waste paper, textiles and textile fibers, crude fertilizers, metal ores and scrap, petroleum, gas and derivatives, chemical compounds and products, dyes, medicines, fireworks, detergents, plastic materials, metal products and machinery, and scientific and professional instruments."

Virtually every one of these "non-strategic" items has a direct or indirect use in war.

Later, items such as rifle cleaning compounds, electronic equipment and radar were declared "non-strategic" and cleared for shipment to the Soviet Union. The trick simply is to declare almost everything "non-strategic." A machine gun is still considered strategic and therefore may not be shipped to the Communists, but the tools for making the machine guns and the chemicals to propel the bullets have been declared "non-strategic."

Meanwhile, nearly 50,000 Americans have died in Vietnam. The Viet Cong and North Vietnamese receive 85 percent of their war materials from Russia and the Soviet bloc nations. Since their economies are incapable of supporting a war, the Communist arm of the conspiracy needed help from the Finance Capitalist arm. The United States has been financing and equipping both sides of the terrible Vietnamese war, killing our own soldiers by proxy. Again, the landscape painters in the mass media have kept the American public from learning this provable fact.

Not surprisingly, the Rockefellers have been leaders in championing this bloody trade. On January 16, 1967, one of the most incredible articles ever to appear in a newspaper graced the front page of the Establishment's daily, the New York Times. Under the headline "Eaton Joins Rockefellers To Spur Trade With Reds" the article stated: "An alliance of family fortunes linking Wall Street and the Midwest is going to try to build economic bridges between the free world and Communist Europe. The International Basic Economy Corporation, controlled by the Rockefeller brothers, and Tower International, Inc., headed by Cyrus S. Eaton Jr., Cleveland financier, plan to cooperate in promoting trade between the Iron Curtain countries, including the Soviet Union…"

International Basic Economy Corporation (IBEC) is run by Richard Aldrich, grandson of Federal Reserve plotter Nelson Aldrich, and Rodman Rockefeller• (CFR), Rocky 5 son.

On October 20, 1969, IBEC announced that N M Rothschild & Sons of London had entered into partner ship with the firm.

Cyrus Eaton Jr. is the son of the notoriously pro Soviet Cyrus Eaton, who began his
career as secretary to John D. Rockefeller. It is believed that Eaton's rise to power in finance resulted from backing by his mentor. The agreement between Tower International and IBEC continues an old alliance. Although Eaton's name does not appear on the CFR's membership rolls, the Reece Committee which investigated foundations for Congress in 1953, found that Eaton was a secret member.

Among the "non-strategic" items which the Rockefeller Eaton axis is going to build for the Communists are ten rubber goods plants, including two synthetic rubber plants worth $200 million. Mr. Eaton explains in the Times article: "These people are setting up new automobile plants and know they have got to have tire factories." Under the Nixon Administration which, contrary to campaign promises, has multiplied trade with the Reds tenfold, American concerns are building the world's largest truck factory for the Communists. Trucks are necessary for a nation's war machine and truck factories can be converted to the production of tanks as was done during WWII.

The U. S. will provide the Soviets with both the facilities to build the trucks and the tires (or tank treads) for them to roll on.

In addition, the Rockefellers and Eatons are constructing a $50 million aluminum producing plant for the Reds Aluminum for jet planes is considered "non-strategic under Johnson-Nixon doctrine.

See how this works? Like the venerable USMC General Smedley Butler wrote, War is a Racket.

The US has been involved in 6 official "military engagements" since the last official declaration of War as required by the Constitution...or, as Wikipedia calls them: "Authorized by Congress."

What a neat little trick! So now our American based, military-industrial complex need not worry about "treason" while selling military wares to both the US taxpayer as well as the governments of those countries our congress has "authorized" our military to "engage!"

As a caption from a picture from None Dare Call It A Conspiracy points out:

The Rockefeller and Eaton families have now joined forces to build war production plants behind the Iron Curtain so that the Communists can become a bigger threat to U. S. survival. America spends $70 billion a year ostensibly on defense and then the Rockefellers build aluminum mills for the Communists. Only the absence of a formal declaration of war in Vietnam keeps the Eatons and Rockefellers from being actionable for treason. They have the blood of nearly 50,000 American servicemen on their hands.

Ahh, it's all so clear now.

Monday, March 8, 2010

The Hidden Picture Within the Picture

We believe the picture painters of the mass media are artfully creating landscapes for us which deliberately hide the real picture. - Gary Allen & Larry Abraham

In a moment of circumspection while commuting amongst the rat race of a typical morning Hawaiian-style traffic jam, I attempted to assess the length and breadth of the intellectual journey I've undertaken in these last few years. What began as a curious search on the internet in trying to find an explanation for the seemingly illegal and unjust way in which my Uncle's ex-wife utterly screwed him over in divorce court, has turned into a complete re-orientation of my point of view of this world and my way of life in it.

This great unraveling of the lies, misinformation, propaganda and indoctrination that had been constructed in my mind by the various influences of institutional and cultural shaping is almost overwhelming when I try to grasp the sheer magnitude of what has been done to we, the peoples of the 21st Century.

The most difficult thing to do when it comes to "unplugging" from the matrix of our BraveNewWorldOrder has been avoiding becoming the 'crazy' guy trying to warn everyone else. It's one thing to discuss these things in the relative comfort of internet anonymity...quite another discussing such things with people in real life.

I've learned to simply avoid direct confrontation with people. Rather, I try to take a subtle, Devil's advocate approach to undermining deceptions and lies whenever I encounter them in real life. This usually means contradicting the conventional wisdom that encompasses dietary guidelines, the grand charade of dialectical political theater, mass media indoctrination, and of course, gender roles.

Often times, it feels rather discouraging when you can actually get someone to agree with you on one of these topics, or another...but the minute you try to share your insight the grand, overarching movement to tie it all together, well THAT'S when you become the crazy guy donning the tinfoil hat and hiding from the black helicopters. The proliferation of dis- and mis- information is so ubiquitous, that I think it's easy for people to simply shut down their critical thinking capacity as soon as their "fantastic theory" meter hits overload.

So I've come to the point where I wanted to find more corroboration to the views I've already formulated in my mind. What sources exist out there for which I could point people towards so they can ascertain themselves whether or not "conspiracy theory" is based on reality or insanity? In seeking such sources, I've come across three books that have recently become available as free pdf downloads...three books that were all written decades ago, yet who's content is as timely as ever.

In terms of the Masculine-focused blogosphere, many people have gone to great lengths to reveal the ties between the feminist movement and it's ties to communism. The evidence making this connection is rather overwhelming and quite easy to establish. Most MRA bloggers and commentariat are familiar with these arguments.

But it doesn't end there. Who was really behind the Communist movement? How where they able to effect this long march through Western culture? This is what initially led me to the New World Order conspiracy theory sphere of the internet.

If you dig deep enough into the roots of feminism in the West, you will find that the connections between the Rockefeller Foundation is THE money behind all of the grants, studies, legislative movements, political campaigns with regards to feminism, population control and abortion, as well as the entire Women's Studies college curriculum that is now established on 98% of the Western World's Academic institutions.

As Henry Makow pointed out: If you search "Rockefeller Foundation" and "Women's Studies" in Google, you will get over 19000 entries.

Just who or what exactly is the Rockefeller Foundation? Wonder no more...I've just discovered a free, online version of The Rockefeller Files. Keep in mind that this book was published back in 1975, when you consider this quote from Chapter Ten, The People Planners. Consider how many aspects of this "vision" have already come to pass:

In our dreams we have limitless resources and the people yield themselves with perfect docility to our molding hands."Now, thanks to the taxpayers, the Rockefellers have almost limitless funds. As a result, faceless bureaucrats in Washington whom you did not hire and whom you cannot fire - now tell you how to run your business, whom you may hire, where your children will be bussed to school, what products you can purchase, and even what foods you can and cannot eat. It is only a matter of time until the dictocrats tell you how many children you are permitted to have. - Fred Gates, aide to John D. Rockefeller

Now, when you research the Rockefellers and their vision of a New World Order, you will invariably come up with another institution that the Rockefeller's founded: The Council of Foreign Relations.

From Obama & The CFR:

Established in the 1920's and headquartered in New York, its membership includes prominent politicians and business elite, including heads of academia and media. The organization seeks to centralize both political power and market power to craft legislation outside the checks and balances of democracy. The CFR is rarely mentioned by the mainstream media, making it difficult to fully gauge its influence. When it is mentioned in the press, it is likely whitewashed as trivial or irrelevant. Notable members of the CFR include: John Rockefeller, David Rockefeller, Nelson Rockefeller, Dick Cheney, John Kerry, Bill Clinton, Al Gore, Ronald Reagan, George H. W. Bush, Gerald Ford, Richard Nixon, Condolezza Rice, Paul Wolfowitz, Alan Greenspan, Colin Powell, Henry Kissinger & Angelina Jolie (Yes, the actress has a five year term membership as an ambassador).

Its membership list is a who's who of Washington and Wall St. elite going back nearly a
century. It should not be surprising that most presidential candidates in the 2008 election are CFR members. Candidates do not advertise their CFR membership to the public. They pose as
“liberals” and “conservatives” to control all aspects of the debate. The CFR has stacked the deck for the 2008 election with several members in the race from both sides of the isle:

Democrat CFR Candidates: Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton, John Edwards, Chris Dodd & Bill Richardson

Republican CFR Candidates: Mitt Romney, Rudy Giuliani, John McCain, Fred Thompson, & Newt Gingrich.

The mainstream media's self-proclaimed “top tier” candidates are united in their CFR membership, while an unwitting public perceives political diversity. The unwitting public has been conditioned to instinctively deny such a mass deception could ever be hidden in plain view. Presidential Candidate & Congressman Ron Paul is the only “top tier” candidate who is not a member of the CFR.

When people are informed of the CFR and how most Republican and Democrat politicians on the National Stage are members of it, they often ignore it...like the CFR is some meaningless politician's club or debating society. But consider the words of a CFR insider, Carroll Quigley:

The goals of the CFR is best described by its very own members. Bill Clinton's Georgetown mentor and CFR member Carroll Quigley states: “The Council on Foreign Relations is the American branch of a society which originated in England... (and) ...believes national boundaries should be obliterated and one world rule established.”. Quigley differs from many of his CFR colleagues in that he believes their plan for a new world order should be more publicly disclosed. In his book Tragedy and Hope, Quigley concedes he is unique among his peers in that he believes the new world order plan of global government's “role in history is significant enough to be known”. Quigley also admits that the two-party system allows for both groups to be controlled at the highest level but operate like bitter rivals. As Quigley says, this gives the voters the chance to “throw the rascals out at any election without leading to any profound of extreme shifts in policy.”. Controlling Washington elite allowed private central banks to “dominate the political system... ...and economy of world as a whole” and implement a new system of “feudalist fashion” through “secret agreements”. Although he believes the CFR's intentions should be more public, Quigley understands the average person doesn't understand feudalism or serfdom and will never read his book.

Quigley himself also authored a book entitled Tragedy and Hope, an extensive history interspersed with startling information about the secret organizations behind the impact on almost every major event of modern history. (Note: the link goes to a 1090 paged pdf document. It may take awhile to download it in it's entirety.)

Quigley's tome has often been cited for it's candid admissions of the elite power structure intent on implementing their New World Order, but today is the first time I was able to find a complete, free pdf file of the book online.

The final book, another that I have just discovered a free pdf file of online, is one I have yet to read...but have heard a lot about: None Dare Call It a Conspiracy

The first paragraph of the book (which also contains the opening quote for this post) has already got me intrigued...

Most of us have had the experience, either as parents or youngsters, of trying to discover the "hidden picture' within another picture in a children's magazine. Usually you are shown a landscape with trees, bushes, flowers and other bits of nature. The caption reads something like this: "Concealed somewhere in this picture is a donkey pulling a cart with a boy in it. Can you find them?" Try as you might, usually you could not find the hidden picture until you turned to a page farther back in the magazine which would reveal how cleverly the artist had hidden it from us. If we study the landscape we realize that the whole picture was painted in such a way as to conceal the real picture within, and once we see the "real picture," it stands out like the proverbial painful digit.

We believe the picture painters of the mass media are artfully creating landscapes for us which deliberately hide the real picture. In this book we will show you how to discover the "hidden picture" in the landscapes presented to us daily through newspapers, radio and. television. Once you can see through the camouflage, you will see the donkey, the cart and the boy who have been there all along.

Though I've just begun reading, I believe I can already see this picture that has been there all along.

Perhaps you too will read these books and see the hidden pictures for yourself.

Friday, March 5, 2010

The Vajazzle Monologues

Apparently Ferdinand Bardamu is attempting to put together his own little play, The Vajazzle Monologues, to compete with Eve Ensler's notorious V-Day production! Since he's given me so much link love in the past for both this blog and my posts over at The Spearhead, I've decided to give his efforts a free plug.

Here are some scenes that will be presented, to highlight how women have finally overcome years of oppression and inequality by reclaiming their private parts through the liberating practice of applying cheap sparkly pasties with a TV infomercial glue gun , to bling their vaginas!

* I Was Twelve, My Mother Vajazzled Me: a chorus describing many young women's and girls' first experiences shared with their mothers upon decorating their genitalia for the very first time.

* My Sparkling Vagina, in which a woman humorously rants about the lack of variation amongst the jewel stones available for vajazzling to strike a blow at the hetero-normative hegemony of Patriarchy!

* My Vagina Was My Disco Ball, a dialogue between George Lopez and the Hollywood Starlet Jennifer Love Hewitt, that brought this awesome practice into the public consciousness for the first time.

* The Little Coochie Sparkler That Could, in which a woman recalls memories of traumatic sexual experiences in her childhood with her plain, undecorated vajayjay and a self-described "positive healing" sexual experience in her adolescent years with an older woman who vajazzled her little coochie with some bling. In the original version, she is 13, but later versions would change her age to 16. This particular skit has sparked numerous controversies and criticisms due to this age discrepancies. Women are still trying to determine what is the appropriate age to validate their equality by vajazzleing their vajayjays.

* Reclaiming Cunt, a piece narrated by a woman who illustrates that the word "cunt" itself is a lovely word when used to reference all those brave women that have undergone vajazzlefication!

* The Woman Who Loved to Make Vaginas Sparkle, in which a prostitute for women discusses the intriguing details of her career and her love of giving women vajayjay bling. In several performances it often comes at the end of the play, literally climaxing with an actual demonstration of a virgin vajayjay being vajazzled.

* Because He Liked to Look At It, in which a woman describes how she had thought her pubic area was ugly and had been embarrassed to even think about it, but changed her mind after she vajazzled her vajayjay and than had a drunken one-night stand with a pickup artist named Bob who spent hours entranced by her vagina bling.

* I Was There In The Room, a monologue in which Ferdinand describes the birth of his vajazzle campaign.

Coming to all Womyn's Studies Programs at your local Universities and community colleges soon!

Thursday, March 4, 2010

The Anti-Suffragists Knew Exactly What Would Happen...

One of the first red pills I had initial resistance to swallowing as I was going through my initial eye-opening phase of attaining insight into the reality of our BraveNewWorldOrder, was the idea that Woman's Suffrage was a bad thing.

I think I first encountered the anti-suffragist point of view reading Vox Day, back when I was an elephant kool aid drunkard around 2002 or so. I was literally shocked when I first read VD's reasons for opposing suffrage. I couldn't believe anyone thought like that. Little did I know back then just how deep down that rabbit hole I would eventually go....

Of course, when you are firmly plugged into our mainstream media matrix and sufficiently re-educated and dumbed down by public schooling indoctrination camps, you simply "know" that "Brave Suffragists fought heroically in the early 20th century to secure the right to vote for women!" THE RIGHT TO VOTE, we are told, is one of the highest duties; a responsibility and an exercise in civic responsibility...doing an act that supposedly made this country great.

As we know, the winners of the war always write the history in their favor...and the suffragists certainly won this war.

The funny thing is that up until recently, I had always assumed that the suffragist activists that pushed to get the 19th amendment passed had pulled a fast one over an unsuspecting country. Thanks to my recent discovery of an excellent blog, Full of Grace, Seasoned with Salt, I found the evidence that the anti-suffragist movement knew exactly who the suffragists were and what they were trying to accomplish. Indeed, everything they predicted has come to pass.

The author of Full of Grace, "Laura" has a series of posts that were the result of her research of old newspaper micro-fiche files available online. You will find it well worth your time to specifically read all of her posts labeled with the following icon:

Well done Laura!

One of the items of interest she posted was a flyer printed up by the anti-suffragists opposed to the "Susan B. Anthony" amendment to the constitution. Have a look at the arguments they put forth:

The more a politician allows himself to be henpecked, the more henpecking we will have in politics.

American pep which was the result of a masculine dominated country will soon be a thing of the past. With the collapse of male ascendancy in this country we can look forward to a nation of degeneration. The suppression of sex will ultimately have its harvest in decadence, a phenomenon already beginning. The effect of the social revolution on American character will be to make "sissies" of American men--a process already well under way". --Dr. William J. Hickson, Chicago University.

WOMAN SUFFRAGE denature both men and women; it masculinizes women and feminizes men. The history of ancient civilization has proven that a weakening of the man power of nations has been but a pre-runner of decadence in civilization.

They were not merely trying to scare up opposition to the suffragists, touting some mythical, worst case scenario that might have come to pass. No, these were people who understood their history and the way that gender roles and the social norms of a culture that support them will either build up or tear down "civilization."

As Laura wrote in her post, Henpecked America: Organized Female Nagging Forever -

"What else is there to say? I think this and the other articles make it very clear the purpose of feminism. Back in the day those who believed it would destroy men and the family were probably seen as crazy. But, here we are now living the the proof."

Not just back in those days, my dear. If you were to tell a typical, modern day American woman (or man for that matter) that the suffrage movement was a disguised, subversive attack on the family and deliberately employed to break up families and foster discord between men and women, so that politicians would than be able to grab power by playing off of women's fears and basic instinctual desire to prefer security over freedom, she would look at you like you're an escapee from the loony bin.

I love the cartoon at the top of this anti-suffragist flyer, as it perfectly encapsulates the consequences of the politicization of the female gender. Note the broken egg with the dead chick on the bottom right corner of the nest. This was 50 years before Roe v. Wade became the law of the land and millions of women have slaughtered the babes in their wombs in the name of "choice."

Oh yes, the anti-suffragists of that era knew exactly who they were dealing with.

As I noted in my first contribution to the Spearhead, the Women's suffrage movement as portrayed by feminist revisionist history, was based on the idea that women were "denied" the vote by oppressive, misogynist men, but the reality had nothing to do with "oppression." The real reason was based on the way in which society viewed the institution of marriage back then.
The most important thing to consider first, was the widely held belief system that was accepted by society at large in the bad old days of Patriarchal oppression…primarily with regards to marriage. Before the sexual revolution and cultural upheaval of the 1960’s, America was widely understood to be a Christian nation. Most Americans were church going citizens and the moral code of the Bible and it’s 10 commandments and the New Testament’s “golden rule” were the accepted ’social contract’ of moral principles.

Why is this relevant? Because the basic principle of a Christian-based society like the early America was the idea that marriage was the merging of a man and woman into a single entity. One unit. In the physical, spiritual and legal sense of the word.

Signer of the Declaration of Independence and also one of the framers of the Constitution, James Wilson, wrote about how Marriage was considered under the eyes of the law:

The most important consequence of marriage is, that the husband and the wife become, in law, only one person: the legal existence of the wife is consolidated into that of the husband. Upon this principle of union, almost all the other legal consequences of marriage depend.

This was the true essence of the reasoning why women were never specifically designated as a separate, legal entity, apart from her husband in manners concerning society. In other words, the prevailing cultural attitude of the times was that in terms of civic duties, the vote was designated as one vote per family…one vote per household…or one vote per single entity – that single entity being a married couple.

And in the past, the vast majority of women did get married. Only a few women in any given community became “old maids” and spinsters. It was simply the cultural norm for women to get married and have children. Therefore, one vote, one household (provided the man of the house owned property).

Women need the vote like a Hen needs a bicycle.

Tuesday, March 2, 2010

Hope for the Best While Preparing for the Worst

Within the last 5 years, I've experienced two events here in Hawaii that show how dependent most people have become to our modern, technology driven way of life....and how our modern Society is ill prepared to deal with the basic necessities of life following potentially catastrophic events. The first event was an undersea earthquake near the Big Island in October of 2005. It shook the entire Island chain on an early Sunday morning.

10 minutes after the quake, the power generators at the Oahu power plants shut down as an automatic safety precaution, as the quake caused the massive turbines to shift while they were in operation. This cut off power across the entire island. Completely. All traffic lights, street lights...everything was without power.

Within minutes, the local grocery stores were inundated with the masses of people, quickly buying up as much food, ice, charcoal, bottled water and toilet paper as they could. Most stores sold out within several hours. It took the Hawaiian Electric Co. about 12 hours to restore the power.

But I never forgot having to stand in a line at my community grocery store that day, that rivaled an amusement park roller coaster ride in the middle of the summer jam, to get into the grocery store. There was no lights, and the generator roaring out back was used only to keep the freezers and refrigerators powered up so the food wouldn't spoil. The store employees were only escorting two people at a time with flashlights, and were hand-writing all sales transactions and only accepting cash.

It was quite the experience to walk around a darkened store by flashlight and seeing all the shelves that had been rapidly emptied by panicked people.

That experience inspired me to make my own storehouse of provisions and supplies. I never again wanted to have to stand in a long line of unprepared people, desperate to get the chance to try and buy up a dwindling supply of provisions while worrying about a pending catastrophic event.

The scene repeated itself this past weekend. The Tsunami warning Hawaii was under following the Chilean earthquake this past Friday once again resulted in a mad scramble of the masses.

I saw the news alerts on Friday night after turning on the Tell-a-Vision during a midnight snack.

Our local news channels immediately began instructing the viewers to run out to the store and stock up on canned food, water, charcoal, ice, toilet paper and to top off all of their cars gasoline tanks. They also advised that the State Civil Defense Agency would be sounding the warning sirens at 6am that morning.

Since the Tsunami was predicted to hit our shores around 11:30am, this gave roughly 5 hours for everyone living near the coastlines of our island state to load up their valuables and camping gear and head for higher ground.

So of course, by 6:30am, the cars were lined up for 3-4 blocks to fill up their cars with gas, the stores quickly sold out of staple groceries, and all the roads from coastal areas leading to higher ground became a bumper to bumper traffic jam. Everyone went into a hoarding and evacuation frenzy.

I, on the other hand, relaxed comfortably in my yard, enjoying some refreshing beverages and observing the Ocean with binoculars, waiting to see if the telltale signs of a pending Tsunami would manifest. I was particularly interested to see if the water would suck out to sea, exposing the reefs and ocean floor before the Tsunami surge rolled in. Previous Tsunami's in Hawaii's history relate many eyewitness accounts to this phenomenon just before the Tsunami surge arrives on shore.

Needless to say, my afternoon of leisurely waiting for the Tsunami to arrive ended up being a weird mixture of relief and disappointment. I'm glad it wasn't a disaster that destroyed a lot of people's property...but I was somewhat excited to witness a rare event from a comfortable, and well-prepared vantage point.

The reason why I did not have to panic, run out to the store and compete with the urgent masses trying to hoard as much of life's necessities as possible, is because I've already got my own stock of provisions, fuel and water...as well as ammunition.
I've also got my own thriving fruit vegetable and herb garden, livestock and egg-laying chickens. I'm fairly confident that I could literally survive without a grocery store, electricity and gasoline for an indefinite amount of time.

While I may have dropped out as a troubled teenager from my local Boy Scout troop long before attaining the rank of Eagle...I did attend long enough to absorb and incorporate the Boy Scout motto as a primary tenet of my personal ethos - Be Prepared.

Are you prepared for the potential breakdown of civil society, and a mad scramble for provisions and resources for the masses of Sheeple who never gave it a moments thought until the civil defense sirens began to wail? Are you able and capable AND have the means to defend your life, your family and your property?