The women’s liberation movement (feminism) was heavily influenced by the occult.
The history of women’s lib includes paganism, demon worship, witchcraft, and the CIA. In other words, the belief that women’s liberation, especially in the West, has benefited women is false.
Both women and men have suffered negative consequences as a result.
From what were women liberated?
Rachel Wilson, author of Occult Feminism: The Secret History of Women’s Liberation, argues that feminism disrupted economic stability for women, turning them into unwitting subjects of corporate exploitation and government taxation.
She adds that the drive towards egalitarianism enslaved women by pushing them into the workplace to compete with men, and splitting the family by encouraging the absence of parents in the home and, as a consequence, delaying marriage and having fewer children.
Thanks to the suffragettes, she notes, women became more vulnerable.
Feminism is a form of deceptive manipulation, employed to shift societal order and personal identities, which was accelerated by the Industrial Revolution and, subsequently, one can’t ignore the results, such as
- easy divorce,
- the dissolution of family unity, and
- the abandonment of traditional gender roles.
Gender roles matter
Traditional gender roles are discouraged in modern society, causing confusion and imbalance. Masculinity, for example, is labelled ‘toxic‘.
Men and women are celebrated for showing traits of the opposite sex, thanks to feminism.
This leads to increased confusion betwee men and women, resulting in unfulfilled lives and social problems.
Promoting transgenderism in children as ‘love’ and ‘acceptance’ is a terrible idea.
In reality, it’s about misleading children and parents for both financial gain and depopulation. It’s a growing industry, fuelled by propaganda in schools, social media, and throughout Hollywood and the entertainment industry.
It’s even creeping into a growing number of religious institutions.
In short, men should be protectors, providers, and leaders, while women should be nurturers, healers, and homemakers.
These roles are rooted in biological and psychological differences, not social constructs, and are consistent across cultures and societies throughout history. If societal influences (such as politics and media) were removed, default gender roles would naturally emerge due to inherent differences between men and women.
Women’s liberation has, paradoxically, liberated neither women nor men.