The Soup: It Thickens!
The subject of the above-linked article is not, of course, feminism. At least not directly. And yet, the political blueprint which the article lays out for our inspection is a template which feminism very directly mirrors and participates in.
Long-time MRAs know the feeling well: both the feminists and the left-progressive political tribe consider folk such as ourselves to be ignorant, dirty farm animals, or at best unruly children, whose intelligence and moral competence are not to be taken seriously. All evidence to the contrary is quickly brushed aside or "explained away".
But MRAs are not the only ones who know this feeling! And the above-linked article enlarges—with considerable nuance, eloquence and erudition—upon the theme of left-wing moral arrogance toward the rest of the world. Their base psychology is materially akin to racism or colonialism. Both the feminists and their political peer group believe they are the vanguard of cultural evolution, and at the same time they have (as the author explains) achieved a controlling power-lock upon the machinery of state in most of its dimensions. Those two things, moral arrogance and political power, are a poisonous combination—and the poison is accumulating. This new Ruling Class is on a roll, is invincibly ignorant about its own capacity for evil, and . . . is due to get its nose bloodied!
There! That was a nervy thing to say—but I said it!
The article talks about the state of politics in the USA, but a very similar Ruling Class has arisen in other nations as well—especially in the Anglosphere. Just ask anybody in England, for example, if any of this resonates for them! I believe it is the same Ruling Class everywhere, and the same Country Party that needs to rise up against it.
Over three years ago I blogged upon related matters, and I am gratified to see so much in this recent article that dovetails with my own vision:
Now, although we as activated non-feminists ought to keep our political focus largely upon feminism and whatever damages feminism, it will certainly profit us to navigate with the broader terrain in mind, and tip the hat occasionally to our cohorts in the Country Party at large.
A more expansive application of the following tract will suggest itself if you consider that the polarity of Progressive v. Country Party is very closely analogous to the polarity of Feminist v. Non-feminist:
Again, I recommend reading the first-linked article slowly, thoroughly and repeatedly. I would also recommend archiving a copy for future study, and sharing the material with others.