Feminism is one of the (many) evils of our modern world. Its fruits have as names “brainwash” and “sterilization”: more and more of our best women are eating or trying desperately to eat this horrible, unhealthy and malefic fruit cultivated in the Middle East but, at least, that rotten tree doesn’t produce enough of them (i.e. there are not enough “high-rank” jobs and some woman are just excluded from the party and will have enough free time to know a good man and start a proper family…poor unfortunate girls…). Few are today those who deliberately run away from this utterly unhealthy tree to find beauty and happiness in a flowery meadow.
What I mean with “cultivated in the Middle East”, you say? Well, let me present you the founders and eminent figures behind the ideology we are talking about:
Surely we have not found “diversity” here…
Now, I just wish to share with you the perspective on Feminism of two European Traditionalists:
Julius Evola on Feminism:
“We can’t ask ourselves if “the woman” is superior or inferior “to man” more than we can ask ourselves if water is superior or inferior to fire. Therefore, for each of the sexes the criterion of measurement cannot be given from the opposite sex, but exclusively from the “idea” of their own sex. The only thing that can be done is, in other terms, establish the superiority or the inferiority of a certain woman according to her being more or less near to the female typicity, to the pure or absolute women; and analogous thing also applies to man. The “demands” of modern woman derives, therefore, from wrong ambitions, besides from a complex of inferiority – from the wrong idea that a woman as such, as “only woman”, is inferior to man. Rightfully has been said that feminism has not fighted for the “rights of woman” but rather, without realizing it, for the right of woman to be the same as a man: thing that, even if it were possible outside of the exterior practicistic-intellectual plane just said, would be equivalent to the right of woman to distort herself, to degenerate. The only qualitative criterion is, let us repeat, that of the degree of more or less perfect realization of one’s own nature. There is no doubt that a woman that is perfectly woman is superior to a man that is imperfectly man, in the same way as a peasant loyal to the land, who performs perfectly his functions, is superior to a king unable to perform his task”.
Varg Vikernes on Feminism: An Argument against Feminism
Ave Venus! Hail Freyja! Hail to the European Goddesses!