A Quick Overview of how Feminism Works
Feminism manifests differently on the right as compared to the left. The difference is signalized by such markers as the precise form which gynocentrism takes (on the left it’s ‘gyno-normativism’) and by the stance vis-a-vis marriage and family. Also, feminism on the right is not expressly named as feminism.
To put it another way: feminism is like a plant with a widespread root system that extends through the entire cultural soil. However, it is in the soil of the “left” that this plant breaks surface and blossoms and bears the ultimate fruit. The unique cultural conditions on the left make possible this consummation of effloresence, but without support from the right this would not be possible. But again, if feminism was ONLY a product of the left and nothing other, or ONLY a product of the right and nothing other, it would not have become the mighty social organism we see today.
People on the left AND the right have a vested interest in covering up the fact that feminism is a product of the entire culture, across the board. Lefties will typically sneer at this idea: feminism is their baby, they like to think! Right-traditionalists and centrists, when they speak of “feminism”, will invariably point their finger to the left side of the landscape and away from themselves – which suits the lefties just fine! In this way, the true state of things is falsified and concealed.
Feminism is the product of a cultural supply chain which spreads in all directions, and most people, whatever their cultural-political leaning, are implicated in this chain. For convenience, we may term this system the Feministical Operations Complex – or for short, the femplex.
To reduce all of this to a mere interplay of ideologies – Marxist, socialist, or what-have-you – appears, to me, as superficial. Far deeper wellsprings of of the human psyche are at play in spawning this critter called “feminism” – although we may grant that Marxism and the like do have a salient presence in the mix, and I don’t mean to imply that we should not study this to some extent.
In the war of information and ideas, the best plan is to preach to the “almost converted” – the easy pickings, in other words.
This will grow the numbers – and growing the numbers is critical. I repeat: growing the numbers is critical. Those who are obdurate to the message will soften with growing self-doubt when they see people all around them shifting toward your side – at which point, they too will become easy pickings. Or at least, easier.
The way to combat the feminist Big Lie, is:
1. To continually assert a counter-narrative as a memetic drumbeat, and. . .
2. To continually place advocates of the Big Lie in crafted moral dilemmas of one kind or another, so as to crumble the credibility of said Lie, bit by bit. A war of attrition. Death by 1000 cuts.