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"It is when faced with the truth that one must make the decision to either accept feminism or remain ignorant".It can only be the case that the majority of feminists have no idea what type of organisation or movement they are actually supportig as that appears to be irrlevant. The main issue  they are concerned with is the "feel good" sensation they falsely generate in their befuddled minds without even bothering to study, question or wanting to know why their movement is now recognised as a hate movement. To their way of thinking, it is a false claim so they do not bother to take any other action other than voicing automatic denial..Copious other such movements have existed in the past and have rightfully dissappeared when it was exposed and the leaders held accountable for their crimes against humanity. It is my sincere hope that feminists will be held accountable for the violence and destruction they have introduced and promoted into society under the guise of quality which is the obvious and blatant lie that feminism is based on..Christian J.



Spotting violence and hate

AVfM -A Voice for Men.

Violence is a foundation of modern feminism. I have argued this for a long time; that violence and hatred form feminism’s ideological core. While many men’s rights advocates will agree, to the general public, the ideology claiming to pursue that moving goal of equivalence is still seen as good, noble, and diligently egalitarian.This is manifest in opponents of the men’s rights movement attempting to discredit men’s-rights arguments by calling them “anti feminist.” The anti-feminist claim is strictly correct, but intended that a listener should hear “anti human rights,” when the “anti-feminist,” claim is made.
It would have been impossible to drive the Klu Klux Klan into it’s current secretive incarnation without wide understanding among the American public that the group was fundamentally anti-human, violent and hateful. Early incarnations of the KKK operated openly in the Southern United States, often with the tacit or direct cooperation of law enforcement agencies.
Now I’ll pause here to give everyone a moment to tut tut and claim some variation of Godwin’s law. “Oh no! He compared feminists to the Klan!” At which point I should dutifully back-peddle with some weasel-talk.
In fact, I’m not tip-toeing around this comparison – I am directly comparing big-feminism to the violent, racist, supremacist hate organization commonly called the KKK. To some readers, this might seem like an extreme exaggeration. I’m making this claim, aware that the argument may be dismissed out of hand. However, individuals incapable of evaluating a claim outside the zone of their own comfortable reality won’t be convinced by any evidence whether it’s presented in large or small doses. If that’s you, tell yourself that the author of this piece is a whiny woman hater. Stop reading, go back to watching TV, shopping and eating Cheese Covered Wacky Fries.™

In comparing feminism to the identified violent hate movement of the Klan  it’s necessary to identify some details and differences.

The Klan is certainly not defunct in 2011, but has lost much of its former perceived legitimacy. The Klan was and is a movement built on hatred and violence – and this is the basis for comparison to big feminism. Where the movements differ is in sophistication, brand-perception and successful occupation of the public zeitgeist.
Feminism capitalizes on our built-in wiring to protect women against threats. In a modern culture with a comparative absence of threats to women, feminist ideologues have drafted up the endlessly shapable threat of “patriarchy” and all the attendant imagined manifestations of danger. They have instructed our culture that men, the doers of the human race, are the source of all evil. Once identified as enemy – the violence at feminism’s core can be easily expressed while avoiding public recognition. The significant difference separating feminism’s violence from that of well-recognized violent movements such as the Klan is that feminism’s violence is largely indirect, rather than direct.
Big feminism is the ideology occupying the centre of public zeitgeist. I’ve made this claim before, as have others. [1][2][3] The only reason feminism is even identifiable as a point of view separate from “common sense” is because it has no end point, and keeps moving forward. Rather, the “goals” of feminism are slowly but endlessly expanding. No matter what advances are made on behalf of women – it will never be enough, and new distortions of reality will be conjured which must be corrected by elevated affirmative action, funding, protections and so on. The violence at feminism’s core will continue to be hidden behind language, and mis-attributed to that omnipresent bogeyman; the patriarchy. Violence is both the centre of feminist doctrine – as well as the key to publicly discrediting an ideology of hate. Due to the dominance of public narrative by feminist doctrine, a perceptive block obscures comprehension of the violence that doctrine depends on and creates. This brings us to the need for some explicit discussion of just what constitutes violence.

Direct Violence Disguised.

Obviously, direct and overt violence should be recognizable to most people. Punching, slapping, kicking, blunt trauma, as well as violence done with sharp objects – and in some cases , firearms. This is easily recognizable – although weirdly, even such direct actions as that just listed is often not identified a violence when committed by a female.
Recall the cheering and giggling over the pre-meditated severing if a man’s sexual organs by the violent offender Catherine Becker on the daytime show The Talk. Of the show’s five hosts, only one, Sara Gilbert seemed aware that cheering over mutilating of a human being was the behavior of a psychopath. Her observation that a case involving a female victim would be distinctly unfunny was brushed aside by the other hosts with some variation of the dismissive “it’s different.”
The Kool Aid of mainstream feminist doctrine runs deep when aggravated assault and permanent grievous body harm is mistaken for slapstick comedy because the victim happens not to own ovaries. The mostly female studio audience thought it was hilarious as well, and when CBS broadcast the false apology of Sharon Osborne, she couldn’t stop giggling long enough to make it through her 2 minutes of stage-managed contrition. This spectacle is far from unique – violence done against men is routinely explained away as anything except the obvious. But excusing direct and overt violence with rationalizing language and cognitive smog is only one area that a rational evaluation shows feminism to be an ideology built on violence.

Violence under the aegis of big feminism takes several other forms as well.

Displaced Brutality
Because continuous exposure to derogation can render the offence perceptually invisible, it’s necessary to directly identify here, a number of types of violence.
  • Forced physical restraint of a person with manacles, plastic zip ties, or a cage is violence.
  • Physical incapacitation of a person by aerosol based weapon is violence.
  • Physical incapacitation of a person by electric shock is violence.
  • Grabbing a person and throwing them to the ground, against a wall or a vehicle is violence.
These acts are all /still/ violence when they’re done by somebody else, on behalf of the person who initiated it. For example, if a woman in a fit of pique calls 911 and tells the police she has been attacked by her husband – whether the complaint is based on truth or not – functionaries employed by the state will attend the scene – will manacle the husband, and depending on his submission to this treatment, may also baton him, pepper spray him or use high voltage to subdue him. This will all usually occur prior to investigation of the claim’s veracity, if indeed that is ever examined. Then they will lock him in a cage.
To state the obvious – this is all violence – enacted on the behalf of a woman, and it follows a version of the provided script because law and law enforcement are governed by our society’s mainstream ideology – and that is feminism.
If the state’s armed enforcers are summoned by a man victimized by direct violence from a woman, she may be arrested. This is not the usual outcome, but if a violent female is arrested, it will almost always be done with extreme caution and care for her physical safety. A more common result for a man summoning police for his own protection in a case of assault-by-wife is that he is arrested, barred from returning to his home, pepper sprayed, baton-ed, and publicly excoriated by local news media.
The social dynamic between the class of humans called women and the police is similar to that between royalty and palace guards. Certainly, occasionally misbehaving royalty are chided and sometimes physically restrained by the palace guards – but this is a qualitatively different dynamic than enforcement of social caste between royalty and the grimy peasantry.
Violence enacted at one remove by state funded enforcers is not the only example of displaced brutality.
Besides the physical displacement of violence, our culture psychologically displaces violence by pretending to oppose it in narrow areas, and willfully ignoring it where it is much more prevalent.
Are we doing enough to stop violence against women?
This rhetorical question is routinely asked in public service campaigns organized and paid for by everybody from the united nations to the local women’s shelter in your city. The question suggests that violence against women is prevalent, and that a non trivial fraction of our culture resources are not already devoted to addressing it. Both of these implied premises are false. A visit to the bureau of justice statistics website[4] shows that men are now, and always have been the principal victims of violence in society, and a large body of peer reviewed research shows in domestic violence, both men and women are victims, and in reciprocally violent relationships – women are as aggressive, or more aggressive than their male counterparts[5].
So why are public campaigns to reduce social and domestic violence never about stopping violence against men and women? Why are we endlessly bludgeoned with the imperative to stop only the violence against women? Nobody producing such messaging can reasonably claim ignorance of the overwhelming male victim demographic, or the coequally male and female victim demographic in domestic violence.
The answer is simple. Addressing only half the problem in DV, and wilfully ignoring the overwhelming male victim demographic in general violent criminal victimization is a strategy designed to not only fail in reducing violence, but to escalate violence within society. In fact, the domestic violence grievance industry pursues this plan-for-failure with the unstated, but real intent of producing more female victims of violence. The grievance industry generates a great deal of public sympathy and associated donation on their manufactured narrative of battered women, but nothing creates moral panic and open wallets as fast as real female casualties. This also produces battered men, obviously, but bloodied and broken male bodies don’t pay any bills at the women’s centre – so male casualties are simply collateral damage.
But isn’t that insane and monstrous? Yes – but it keeps the money flowing.
This is also one of the drivers behind big feminism’s ongoing campaign to eliminate due process, habeas corpus and reverse the burden of proof in accusations of rape. This would obviously have profoundly negative consequences to men in sexual relationships – jail would never be more than a whispered accusation away. But the longer term result would almost certainly be female corpses.
The importance of the law as an equal arbiter of grievance between individuals cannot be overstated. Without a mostly impartial legal system for nonviolent redress of grievance, human societies have always, and will always find an alternative resolution to disputes. Without nonviolent legal resolution, what is left? Retributive violence. Feminists such as Jessica Valenti – who are vocal proponents of the abrogation of due process in accusations of rape quite obviously want women to be killed.
Violence also exists behind feminism’s ongoing complaint about the supposed wage gap. That the wage gap exists as an imbalance in average lifetime earnings, is used by feminists to pretend that on a job-for-job basis men earn more than their female colleagues. This is a false premise, but its accepted as normal because of 40 years of endless repetition. However, obscured behind this narrative is the ugly reality that of the work place deaths every year – 94% of them are male – and this brutal fact is never addressed outside the framework of mens rights forums.
In fact, mainstream feminist reaction to complaints of the normalized disposability of human lives are answered with standard shaming language that men should man up. Men dying on the job? Quit whining! This goes beyond adhering to a mainstream ideology of violence, it’s the wilful reinforcement of killing men for the convenience of a society which discounts their humanity.
In matters of sexual violence – the ideology of feminism surpasses every other area of violence previously mentioned. This too is obvious once identified, but remains smogged behind a cultivated cloud of disinformation. For more than 3 decades – feminist ideologues have indoctrinated the public into a grudging acceptance that the physical expression of sexual love is not the deep connection of interdependence, trust and affection between men and women. The idea that physically expressed love is not the intimate, beautiful act of the genesis of new human life. Rather – feminists ideologues have laboured strenuously to normalize the idea that physically expressed love is actually violence.
The idea that sexual congress is fundamentally an act of aggression and brutality is the most perverse and vile violence against a sane culture, against women, and in particular, against men.
The shaping of adult sexual relations into a framework of perceived brutality and aggression is the realized goal of feminist ideology. This pits women and men against each other not only as competitors, but as enemies in a framework with no resolution, because the expression of biological basis for sexual identity is defined as crime. The only resolution is for our culture to recognize the violence at the root of its now-central ideology. Feminism will continue to shape human society into a brutal and increasingly violent mold, until it is universally repudiated and abandoned.

Written by Manuel Dexter