Principles of Feminism

Feminism has no principles. At some point it may have, as when brats among the bored, boring female aristocracy first began begging each other’s fathers for the “equality” of forcing mid-tier men to trick-shuffle the social-deck and place more sterilized, cotton-crammed women towards the top.

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#BelieveAllGovernments (Legacy of Louisa Vesterager Jespersen and Maren Ueland)

As any good goy knows: we have nothing to fear but fear itself. So as Louisa Vesterager Jespersen and Maren Ueland screamed in agony while being mutilated and beheaded: they were releasing a fierce and empowered battle-cry, representing the divine feminine very well, as they returned to mother earth.

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Seeds in Eternity

Continuity real or imagined of social systems aside, each generation would belie, by distinct precision differentiating humans from less, every important trendline grafted briefly to eternity by dust — but none are important. Narrative never bolsters nor diminishes the pure truth of reality — only testifying to the trajectory of deeds: seeds, both crooked and straight, yield as sown.

One decade ago: Baby dies after Jewish Rabbi cuts up and sucks the baby’s penis; Jewish community blames the baby’s mother

Once upon a time, in 2009, according to the massively pro-Jewish Times of Israel: a newborn baby died of herpes after a Rabbi cut up and sucked the baby’s penis (in front of a bunch of people for a ritual called Metzitzah B’peh), and the Jewish “community are saying that the baby died ‘because of the mother not caring for him properly’.”

Rich White Psychiatrist with No Black Neighbors Reminds Facebook about Remedial African Genius who Read a Book

On August 31, 2019, Walter E. Jacobson, MD, (among thousands of others) parroted non-news from “” about a Malawian teen named William Kamkwamba. The post says: “A Malawian teenager taught himself how to build a windmill out of junk and bring power to his village. Share this. Let’s make him famous because the media won’t.”

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