Cultural Marxism

I know a 25 year old Russian Lady in California who’s happily married to an American Man.

She just told me that she’s expecting her first child and that she and her husband are both very happy.

As she started sharing this with her friends she noticed two very different responses to her joyous news.

Her Russian girlfriends were universally ecstatic and filled with excitement.

Huge smiles with equally huge bright eyes greeted her declaration.

Some would openly weep with joy as hugs, kisses and many compliments were proudly spoken and dedicated to her.

And my own experience in Russia totally validates this.

Because when the announcement of an impending arrival is made there is an incredible emotional energy in the room and you can’t help but feel a deep appreciation for this all important celebration of life itself.

If you are ever able to witness it, you would understand just how close Russian women can be to each other.

Beautiful and nurturing to behold.  It is a tight-knit and loving sisterhood that always makes me smile and gives me hope for humanity.

However, when the news of her pregnancy started making the rounds with the American Women she knows..  It generated a completely different reaction.

  • I heard the news..  ARE YOU OK?!?!?!
  • Oh my God??  WHAT ARE YOU GOING TO DO?!?!
  • Are you SURE you are happy??
  • Are you going to keep IT???

My newly pregnant friend said she felt like some tragedy had befallen her and these grim expressions of “concern” were no different then if someone in the family had just died.


Feminist playwright Zoe Lewis’s decided to confront the bitter truth about her life as an indoctrinated Feminist.

I certainly respect her courage in coming out and denouncing the self-destructive cultural norms she was lead to believe in. 

But part of me wonders how many relationships she personally threw under the bus before her age caught up to her and the Men finally stopped coming round?

What kind of future can any woman like this look forward to when they specifically choose to ignore mother nature’s calling and then simply run out of time?

Well let’s just hope that a few more young women out there can read her story and better understand their own path that they must choose. 

Oh and one more very important thing ladies..  

NEVER underestimate the power that self-destructive feminist propaganda like MTV, TV shows, and the News has over your lives.

Madonna syndrome:

I should have ditched feminism for love, children and baking

A playwright who embraced the feminism espoused by her mother and flaunted by Madonna now feels betrayed

Zoe Lewis

I never thought I would be saying this, but being a free woman isn’t all it’s cracked up to be.

Is that the rustle of taffeta I hear as the suffragettes turn in their graves? Possibly. My mother was a hippy who kept a pile of (dusty) books by Germaine Greer and Erica Jong by her bed (like every good feminist, she didn’t see why she should do all the cleaning). She imbued me with the great values of choice, equality and sexual liberation. I fought with my older brother and won; at university I beat the rugby lads at drinking games. I was not to be messed with.

Now, nearly 37, those same values leave me feeling cold. I want love and children but they are nowhere to be seen. I feel like a UN inspector sent in to Iraq only to find that there never were any weapons of mass destruction. I was led to believe that women could “have it all” and, more to the point, that we wanted it all. To that end I have spent 20 years ruthlessly pursuing my dreams – to be a successful playwright.

I have sacrificed all my womanly duties and laid it all at the altar of a career.

And was it worth it?

The answer has to be a resounding no.


I came across some old article that confirmed a lingering suspicion I’ve always had about Feminist, Cultural Marxism and Communism. 

I’ve often said that Feminism and Communism were just two heads on the same monster since they both aggressively pushed “forced equality”. 

But paradoxically I could never figure out how Russian Women with their backgrounds so deeply rooted in the Soviet tradition and history still managed to keep their feminine identities and traditional nature so completely intact.  

Well it turns out that the USSR had their own disastrous experiment with Feminism early on in Soviet History and they knew better. 

Check out this piece by Dominic Lawson from the UK Independent.

In the early years of the Soviet Union, there was a genuine attempt, best described in Ferdinand Mount’s The Subversive Family, to apply Marxist thinking on the family. Lunacharski, the Commissar of Education, declared that “Our problem now is to do away with the household and to free women from the care of children … the terms ‘my parents’, ‘our children’ will gradually fall out of usage, being replaced by such conceptions as ‘old people’, ‘children’ and ‘infants.’

This, claimed Lunacharski, would enable the transition to “that broad public society which will replace the domestic hearth, yes, that stagnant family unit which separates itself off from society. A genuine Communist would avoid such a permanent pairing marriage and would seek to satisfy his needs by a freedom of mutual relations … so that you can’t tell who is related to whom and how closely. That is social construction.”

The consequences of this policy were exactly as they have been in the “social construction” we now see in parts of our own inner cities: social chaos, abandoned children and a rapid rise in venereal diseases.

The Communist Party of the Soviet Union soon began to abandon the Marxist approach to family life. New laws were introduced to compel divorced parents, not the state, to contribute towards the maintenance of their children. Divorce itself was made more difficult and expensive.

Trotsky, who had been in the forefront of the anti-family experiment, became a scapegoat in this as in other matters. Now he was denounced as “an enemy of the people, who with his followers covered the family in the USSR with filth, spreading the counter-revolutionary ‘theory’ of the dying out of the family, or disorderly sexual cohabitation, in order to discredit the Soviet land.”

Starting to make the connection here?

The USSR basically realized that Feminism could be used as an excellent weapon to destabilize their enemies in the West and especially with the United States.  (more…)

“May you live in interesting times..”

– A Chinese Curse

My Friends,

We are currently witnessing growing tears in the fabric of the United States of America that does not bode well for the long term prospects of it’s sovereignty nor for the ability of its citizens to freely obtain Life, Liberty or the Pursuit of Happiness.

I personally started to see the writing on the wall for these current events nearly 10 years ago and a significant part of my decision to expatriate 5 years later was due to the growing momentum I was witnessing in the orchestrated destruction of our traditional values and freedoms as Americans.

Its important to note that all of us have different internal alarms which serve to alert us to the potential hazards within our environment.

And unfortunately in our “modern” world these hazards to our well-being are quickly multiplying and creating greater waves of destruction against our financial, emotional, and physical health.

It doesn’t take a genius to realize that any of these hazards can easily manifest like a cancer and spread to the point of lethality not just for ourselves but for our society as well.

My own personal alarm started to ring with the realization that we were the first (and maybe the last) generation in the entire history of our species to blatantly violate our natural imperative as Men and Women to find love and symbiotic cooperation with each other.

To our own demise we are callously rejecting the tender aspirations of stable families which form the very core of any solvent society.

I’ve been a witness to the “War of the Sexes” since the 1970’s and have had a deep sense of dread in seeing Cultural Marxism rise up and take it’s most prominent form in Radical Feminism.


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