Expanded Source, Reference, and Information Links
Here are some of the sources of information for this site. Many people don’t know where their beliefs an ideas came from. Hopefully this can help.
Source and Information Links
- Building Domestic Liberty, Charlotte Perkins Gilman's Architectural Feminism, by Polly Wynn Allen
Charlotte Perkins Gilman was a prominent feminist leader in the late 1800's-early 1900's who believed that African Americans who weren't conforming well enough should be rounded up by the state and basically re-enslaved (and effectively and ultimately eliminated). Many so-called "white" nationalists who claim to be part of the men's rights movement don't know that they are parotting ideas that were straight out of feminism. The idea was to keep a well programmed, beaten down slave class to scaffold "white" women's "liberation". Though this book praises her, so you shouldn't buy it new, but get it from a used bookstore, you should read it. It will send chills up your spine.
- False Dawn – Chapter 10: Helena Blavatsky and the Theosophical Society
False Dawn - Chapter 10: Helena Blavatsky and the Theosophical Society
By Lee Penn
Theosophy is a blend of distorted forms of Hinduism and Buddhism with Western occultism. This spiritual movement took its modern form in 1875 in New York City, when Helena Petrovna Blavatsky founded the Theosophical Society. Her two principal books were Isis Unveiled and The Secret Doctrine; she also began the magazine Lucifer in 1887. A scholarly history of the Theosophical movement says of Blavatsky that “Everywhere she was involved with Freemasonry, Oriental secret societies, occult fraternities, and with the spiritualists who constituted, as it were, the exoteric ‘church’ from which doors opened to the more esoteric circles.” Influential 20th century Theosophists included Alice Bailey (founder of the Lucifer Publishing Company in New York City in 1922, which is now known as the Lucis Trust), and Rudolf Steiner (founder of the Anthroposophical movement, a variant of Theosophy). Continue reading...
- Feminism, Its Fallacies and Follies, by Mr. and Mrs. John Martin, 1916
Some of the best arguments against feminism and its anti-nature narrative were given back in 1916 by a couple who saw long in advance, how destructive it would be to western society. Their brilliant counter may confuse some of today's readers, but you must understand that back then, they were dealing with many issues of gender and race that were even more pressing than they are today. Matters of convenience for today's European American middle class, were matters of life and death back then. A few years after the publication of this book, feminists would usher in one of the most damaging legal screw-ups in American history: prohibition.
This book is a must-read for any maternalist or men's rights advocate.
Feminism is individualist; Humanism is social.
Feminism is female Anarchism ; it would cut woman
loose from the family, the only well-rooted social
group, to roam the world, self-sufficient, self-con-
tained, self-satisfied. Humanism would cherish the
family and attack the poverty, the weakness, the vice
which undermine the family.
As the key word of Feminism is independence, the
key word of Humanism is social obligation. Fem-
inism is centripetal: driving the man, the woman,
the child away from each other. Humanism Is cen-
trifugal: drawing the man, the woman, the child
closer to one another.
Feminism decries distinctions of sex and would
abolish them; Humanism glories in distinctions of
sex and would develop them. Feminism would make
women more like men; Humanism would make
women less like men. Like evolution. Humanism
seeks differentiation, while Feminism seeks similar-
ity. Feminism laments what it sees as the inferi-
ority of women; Humanism rejoices in what it sees
as the superiority of women. Feminism would
industrialise women in order to produce greater
material wealth; Humanism would exempt women
from competitive industry in order to produce
greater human beings.
- Feminist Perspectives on Eating Disorders, edited by Patricia Fallon, Melanie A. Katzman, Susan C. Wooley, 1994
This book and other hype around the time (1980's through the 90's) is why I neither facilitate the concern trolling of fat bashers nor buy into the new co-opting of the fat acceptance movement by feminists. They not so subtly blame men for women being fat, and perpetuated a money making scam by some psychologists and psychotherapists who figured out how to profit from the diet industry.
The idea was that if you are fat, it must be because something happened to you. Even if you don't remember it (because it didn't happen), you were probably raped or sexually abused. So clinics were set up all over the country that were promoted as something like fat rehab resorts, but turned out to be mental hospitals.
Women were lured in with the promise that sympathetic experts in eating disorders and obesity would help them with their issues, and they would lose weight. When they checked in though, they were stripped of their dignity, and often drugged and held against their will until their insurance ran out.
Aside of the obvious problem of many falsely convicted and forever damaged and defamed relatives, psychiatrists and psychologists basically scammed, gaslighted, and then mind raped many people, implanting false memories of sexual abuse that the victims are stuck dealing with forever. Families were broken up over this trend, and to date, nobody has apologized for any of it. Some are still out there selling the same old garbage, just repackaged for the new millenium.
So for those who call themselves "shitlords" unironically (which is lame, please catch up old people), whenever you run around doing what you think is fat bashing, take a look at what it is that you're saying. 99 times out of 100, when you call obesity self mutilation, place it at a level of pathology when it's most likely just a sedentary lifestyle (of not working in the fields) plus genes, blame *anything* other than the blank simple fact of consuming/absorbing more calories than one burns, including blaming "fat acceptance" or "fat culture" or "the Jews" or "aliens" or whatever, you are parroting 70's amazon/Twiggy/anti menstruation fat-free-feminists, and selling the scam.
If you really want to help people lose weight, send them to a natural food or just about any good cooking site and let it go.
- Sacred Texts: Theosophy
If you want to know why you believe what you believe, it helps to understand who taught the people who taught you. Theosophy was very influential in many new cults and movements that sprang up in the 20th century, including but not limited to what is commonly referred to as the "new age" movement. What you may not be aware of is that Theosophy also had a heavy influence on the Aryan cults, the Nation of Islam, and other racialist religious groups. When you see people insisting on human or racial origin stories that are neither biblically nor scientifically scientifically sound, and doesn't come from any other quality interpretation of any other ancient sacred text, it's usually because they read it in Isis Unveiled, or worse, got it second or third-hand and have no idea where exactly it came from. You can be sure though, that what every they say, it wasn't an original thought.
Theosophy was among the most influential esoteric belief systems in the late 19th through the 20th century, and heavily trended among the most wealthy and upper class Americans and Europeans. So it's important to be aware of how the people funding the current social and political situation think.
- Vegetables of Medieval Europe
If your man is of full or partial European ancestry, and showing sensitivity to or getting inflammation from some native American foods, you need to know what his people ate before. This is a good and concise resource for that.