The Rockefellers and Their Phony Feminists

The Rockefellers and Their Phony Feminists

With all the divisive and volcanic rhetoric bandied about concerning the issue of gender-identity and gender politics, this installment shall prove especially noteworthy, and as usual, perhaps even controversial.

But as loyal readers have surely come to learn, the sinister concept of political correctness – due to its deceptively Orwellian nature – merely represents a barrier to penetrative analysis and ultimately, free thought.

Any such barriers deserve to be utterly smashed to bits.

What if one was to learn that the radical feminist ideology and its recent offshoot movements currently tearing the West asunder (i.e. #MeToo, Times Up, etc. etc.), were artificially created for ulterior commercial purposes and upon false premises, and that some of the earliest and most staunch proponents of this paradigm changing social movement during the era of the 1970’s were nothing more than artificially created social agitators spewing lines from a script handed to them by a queue of intelligence masters at Langley.

Furthermore, what if a case could be made that renowned feminists Claire Booth Luce, Gloria Steinem and Dame Rebecca West –  the first of which was a figure from Hollywood’s golden era while the latter two were European royalty in disguise – were portrayed by actors and all continue to be an integral part of the maintenance of the post-modern phenomenon known as the actor-based-reality?

Moreover, what if it could be determined beyond shadow of doubt that all were characters and in fact nothing more than straw parties – a trio of theatrical props set up and funded by that ubiquitous and prominent family of merchant bankers, the Rockefellers – designed to carry out the sinister objectives of an agenda clandestinely driven by the ulterior and commercially profitable motivations of the thirteen, ruling elite Jesuit families?

Stay tuned folks, as we once again dare to tear the veil of illusion aside, and proceed to cast the detritus of imposed popular perceptions into the four winds.

Oh, and there is a Sandy Hook connection!

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