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Get Off the Globalization Grid, Part 1

The Eco-Con That Keeps on Taking











Nancy Levant
December 27, 2005

I once read an article on a site that does not exist anymore entitled The world in the palm of their hands: Bilderber2005, and I pondered the amassing of power by men, and the historical results of men corrupted by power. It has been the downfall of so much, and has caused the brutal death of so many. And it seems to be one of the greatest errors of the human species and never seriously addressed. So much brutality and crime could have been avoided if mankind could or would have addressed the issue of the over-empowerment of men. And as the aforementioned article so clearly demonstrated, a handful of them now determine the fate of all human life on this planet while drinking in a hotel. Strange days.

This brought me to thinking about women who, as a gender, have had a difficult time - historically speaking. Sure, there have been a few female leaders in history, but the bulk of female experience has been unhappy in many ways. Until the 20th Century, the pleasantness of a woman�s life depended upon the decency and kindness of her husband. If she was given to a good man, she was lucky. If she was given to a cruel man, it didn�t matter. And this is true for most women of all cultures, for most women throughout history were not given the right to choose husbands until very recent history. Many, many women still do not have that right.

The 20th Century did, indeed, help some of the female gender. Mostly, it allowed for some opinions to be heard, and in many countries, for votes to be cast. This was a long time coming, and was certainly warranted as women had given birth, cleaned, cooked, planted, and toiled for these rights for centuries. However, many Westernized women took a wrong turn, and particularly so in the United States. American women allowed for the corruption of feminism � the complete and total corruption of feminism � and the results have devastated our nation.

Feminism was not born in the Suffragette Movement. The Suffragettes were women who fought, and mostly with dignity, for the right to vote and higher education. They were not culture-damaging women. They were mothers and wives. They fought for representation and fairness and nothing more. Feminism was born during the Sexual Revolution, which was born from widespread recreational drug use by American teenagers. Why no one ever made the connection is beyond me, but that is the truth of the matter. When youths in high schools and colleges were high, widespread sexual activity was the fallout. It�s the same phenomenon as the �bar� mentality � get drunk and sleep with anybody who is willing. Once American youth were openly sleeping with all their friends, including ones of the same sex, and at the same time under the influence of a one or two decade-long marijuana, cocaine, LSD, hashish, amphetamine party, a mindset kicked in, which perverted the very essence of feminism.

The resulting politicizing of feminism all but destroyed what it means to be a natural and biological female. In fact, feminism became a movement based upon anger, demands, and a demand that women think and believe in a prescribed and documented agenda. Political feminism actually worked to recapture the free will of women. Try disagreeing with a political feminist and discover what a dumb ass your free will has become. Try disagreeing with anything a political feminist has to say about anything. You would get the same attitude and look from a radical environmentalist � no compromise, no reflection, no regard or respect for the opinion of another, no deals. They are unapproachable, arrogant, and believe themselves to be intellectual elites � much akin to their Trilateral/Bilderberg brothers.

Feminism is not brute-force politics. With bated breath, I will tell you what feminism is. Feminism is the result of women who feed and grow their spiritual and biological gifts. That is its sole definition. There is not one American woman who needs a political feminist to define her, represent her, craft her opinions, or her needs as a woman.

Women have the ability to become spiritually advanced creatures, above and beyond the ability of most men to do so. The instinctual and intuitive abilities of women, if nurtured, if paid attention to, and if understood, carry significant mental and intellectual power. Women have a higher link, for lack of a better term, to spiritual sensation.

The easiest way to demonstrate this link is in their ability to develop a mental and loving relationship with children in utero. Most women love their children before they are seen, before they are born. Women have the ability to comprehend and to know the unknown, much like faith, and if this ability is nurtured and developed, it can carry forth with great accuracy into the world.

Women sense danger. Women sense problems. Women sense safety. Women sense future needs. These are vital skills and they are biological gifts, but they are also gifts that evolve around motherhood, children, and nest. So sorry, but truth is not a political agenda. Women who become what contemporary culture refers to as �psychic� are simply women who develop their instincts and intuitions.

Women who are working 70 hours a week, spending time in board meetings knocking out deals, running to gyms, hair, and nail salons, and shopping while their children are in daycare centers 12 hours a day are simply incapable of real feminism. Feminism happens when you develop your female strengths. High-powered careers, gyms, hair and nail salons, and shopping while the kids are sorrow-filled in daycare all work to create anger and resentments in women. Truth hurts, doesn�t it? Most self-inflected wounds do.

Political feminism has taken motherhood, nest, the womanly arts of cooking, gardening, and nurturing away from women. Political feminism has also helped to mandate the two-income family by insisting that American women work outside of the home or be looked down upon by contemporary culture. Political feminism helped to build the deplorable daycare industry, which is literally filled with minimum wage female employees � thanks a lot. Political feminism helped to build the illegal immigrant nanny and handyman industry � thanks a lot. And political feminism helped to build the drive-through junk food industry since working women don�t want to cook, and therefore, don�t know how to cook � thanks a lot. Political feminism helped to build and grow the mental health/big pharma industry, which now specifically targets women and children as in New Freedom Initiative on Mental Health. Thanks one hell of a lot. AND political feminism helped to destroy, literally destroy, the public education system in the United States of America, which is now a full-blown dictatorship. How dare you, and how dare you claim to represent freedom for women.

Many, many contemporary American women are emotional messes. They are pathologically vain, materialistic as clearly demonstrated in their overly decorated, sterile home, and landscaped yards; are grossly self-involved, horrible and mean-spirited mothers and wives, and they are constantly, incessantly, angry and neurotic. American women are shallow. They openly accept television, Hollywood, and magazines as role models for their daughters and themselves. They abuse money and spend thousands upon thousands of dollars annually for beauty regimens, diet supplements, day spas, trinkets, and gym memberships. Many are addicted to a whole array of over-the-counter drugs and beauty aids. This is liberation?

American women wouldn�t understand feminism or liberation if it smacked them in the head. They are so far removed from their spiritual and biological natures that mirrors have become their solace and definition. And the results? Take a look at the condition of American children, marriages, and home lives, and then ask what role political feminism has played to make American women a global laughing stock while their children die spiritual and emotional deaths. American women are so off track they don�t even realize that 90% of televised commercials and programming are insulting, objectifying, or making light of their gender. Then add the death of the Constitution to this heap, which political feminism has been instrumentally shredding for decades and voila! Liberation and freedom of all kinds - gone � poof � just like that!

Can we at least agree that too much power corrupts men, which is historically provable and factual? Can we at least agree that American women have been absurdly vulnerable to cultural BS? We are all in want of truth, and our children suffer deplorably due to its lacking. We must try to restore as many foundations for our children as we can, but we have to begin with ourselves and go from there. If we don�t or won�t recognize basic, and I mean the really basic and core truths, complex Bilderberg-style lies, and those of their feminist sisters, rule the day.

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I mean, seriously, you want to purposefully destroy a perfectly good culture? Give dictatorial powers to a small group of rich men and destroy the female psyche. Then sit back and watch that culture go up in flames.

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Nancy Levant is a life-long writer, a believer of God, country, Constitutional and individual rights. She resides in rural Southwestern Ohio. She has worked professionally with children since 1974 and is an ardent supporter of home schooling.

Nancy Levant has done radio and television interviews, has been a guest speaker in many venues including college campuses, schools, Indian reservations, human service organizations, and has been the president of a youth sports organization.

Ms. Levant just completed 'The Collapse of Intuition', a non-fiction book about the decline of instinctual and intuitive abilities in American women. Equally, she is a writer for freedom and land rights issues and opposes the United Nation's Agenda 21 implementation in America.










Feminism was not born in the Suffragette Movement. The Suffragettes were women who fought, and mostly with dignity, for the right to vote and higher education. They were not culture-damaging women.