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Matriarchy Redux free pdf The book begins like this. This book is about the Matriarchal Revolution. It is my fifth non-fiction book on the subject. Here I go off the deep end. Not that very many have heard about this. And even fewer are interested. But all that is to be expected. Revolutions are not made in an instant. They appear after generations as the poet Heinrich Heine explains it. I don't have to rush for readers. Posthumously will do fine. Heinrich Heine: "Take note of this, you proud men of action. You are nothing but the unconscious handymen for the men of thought who often, in humblest quiet, have prescribed with the utmost precision all your actions. Maximilien Robespierre was nothing but the hand of Jean-Jacques Rousseau, the bloody hand that drew forth from the womb of time, the body whose soul Rousseau had created." No I am not comparing myself to Rousseau. I am neither a philosopher nor an academic. just a shit-disturber. I happen to be a Jew who learned of the Holocaust 50 years ago after buying a book by Primo Levi at a bookstore at the university where I hung out for a year or two, and asked the question: "What in hell is going on here?" One gets nowhere by fighting the last war, so I answered my question with a question after a considerable period: "What can be done about it?" My conclusion was that the wrong sex is running the planet and it has to be fixed. This will take a revolution and that falls within the realm of the possible. This is not to be accomplished through violence, only counter-violence as needed. I always warn committed Christians, believing Muslims, and Orthodox Jews, that they should not proceed into my books on this subject. I have nothing against them personally but religion is the enemy and it is in the crosshairs. Matriarchy is based on "mother right." The society is built to revolve around the needs of mothers. Feminism for the past half century has been focused on the slaughter of the unborn. Feminists also have nothing to seek here. They would not gain admittance to the matriarchal movement. I devoted my last book, The Sovereign Sex, to how to smash the caste system on this planet. Women were assigned to an inferior caste 2,000 years ago and there is no playbook on how to break a caste. I have no problem learning from early feminists as I did in this case. On the other hand there are only two kinds of creatures who lust for human blood whom I deem worthy of attention. The first are vampires and the second are people who work at blood donor clinics. Vampires are imaginary but entertain those who enjoy escapist fiction and blood donor clinics save lives. Simone de Beauvoir: "Even when her rights are legally recognized in the abstract, long-standing custom prevents their full expression in the mores. ... Men and women can almost be said to make up two castes." In this book I intend to concentrate on how the future Matriarchy can get control of language. I've talked about language generally elsewhere, but here I am going to get down and dirty into how to fix the plumbing from where the shit hits the fan, that is, words that debase women. Yeah, it's possible. Anything is achievable if you do the research, obtain the facts, and then suggest viable actions. You have first to understand poetry, which I do. The word going to the laundry is "cunt." It took a modern-day feminist to draw attention to the problem, the kind I normally avoid. But then even if anyone had wanted to discuss this issue in earlier days, they would never have gotten past the censorship. Germaine Greer: "I tried to take the malice out of it. I wanted women to be able to say it." "Ah - it didn't work. And now, in a way, I'm sort of, perversely pleased, cause it meant that it kept that power." When you win, you celebrate. When you lose, you rationalize. I'm not being critical. That is human nature. But it remains for others to try, try again.

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Author : Dov Ivry
Publisher : Createspace
Data Published : 04 December 2014
ISBN : 1505352509
EAN : 9781505352504
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 142 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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