"Women's Day" Today is Old Soviet Propaganda Ploy
March 8, 2014
What does it say when Soviet agitprop thrives in the West?
From Wikipedia: "Following the October Revolution, the Bolshevik Alexandra Kollontai persuaded Vladimir Lenin to make [March 8th, International Women's Day] an official holiday in the Soviet Union....Kollontai believed that, like the state, the family unit would wither away once the second stage of communism became a reality. She viewed marriage and traditional families as legacies of the oppressive, property-rights-based, egoist past." (Thanks Robert)
By Henry Makow Ph.D (re-posted every March 8)
International Women's Day ( March 8) is a longtime Communist propaganda tool. What does it say when an official Soviet holiday is enshrined in our mainstream culture? Clearly, Communism isn't dead; it has just morphed into other forms like Feminism.
It confirms Norman Dodd's famous claim that Ford Foundation President Rowan Gaither told him, in 1954, that the agenda was to "socially engineer" US life so that "that it can be comfortably merged with the Soviet Union" as part of banker-controlled world government.
Every year the supposedly capitalist media echo the old Soviet bromides about women's oppression, domestic violence edition, and every year I post this rebuttal.
"Women's Day" pretends to celebrate women but the poster near my Winnipeg home shows an ugly, surly shrew brandishing a hammer. She looks demonically possessed. The caption reads, "if I only had a hammer.."
She'd what? Hit men over the head? Tear down society? Smash women who want husbands and children?
This isn't far fetched. Under the dance notice, the poster actually says: "Come smash patriarchy at midnight!" She doesn't look like she has much to fear from a man.
Women participating in the march are asked to bring "your hardhats, tool belts, safety vests and ideas for change." Typically Communists celebrate women by redefining them out of existence, as males i.e. carpenters.
Through its feminist surrogate, Communists have stripped women of a secure and honored social identity as wives and mothers, and made them workers and sexual commodities, hostages of the economy and the ravages of age.
Obviously this event is not about recognizing women for their grace, beauty, charm and intelligence. It is about cultivating a false sense of grievance and entitlement in order to manipulate them.
They used the same tactic with Jews, Blacks and workers and harnessed these groups to their agenda. The ultimate goal is to concentrate all wealth and power in the Illuminati (Masonic) central banking cartel which is colonizing the whole world. The real meaning of "change the world" is the establishment of a totalitarian New World Order.
International Women's Day is hate against women and society perpetrated by the traitorous banker colonial establishment, which includes most "feminist" politicians, educators and the mass media. Women who participate are dupes and "useful idiots."
It is a vestige of Communist "popular front" movements first organized in the 1930's to ensnare naive idealistic people using feel-good platitudes like "equality," "peace" and "human rights." These rubes didn't know that the movements were funded and run by Moscow. The purpose was to alienate the intelligentsia from their own society and make them amenable to the Communist agenda, ultimately "world government." This seems to have largely succeeded. (See the 1993 book "Double Lives" by Stephen Koch)
Communism is about divide and rule. International Women's Day began in Copenhagen by "The Socialist International" (i.e. Communists) to promote "women's rights." As the poster on the right indicates, it was celebrated in Soviet Russia.
Here is a Manifesto for International Women's Day published in the German "Die Kommunistin" March 2, 1921:
"To all working women! You who make demands and struggle count in the millions....In all countries where the disinherited surge forward under the sign of Communism against the exploiting and subjugating power of capitalism. On International Women's Day, mothers filled with pain, housewives bent with worry, exhausted working women, clerical workers, teachers and small property holders flow together." (Wiemar Republic Sourcebook, 1995)
Women's Day is designed to make women feel oppressed. For example, a page of gender facts tells them that "women do 2/3 of the world's work but get only 10% of the world's income." Thus, western women, the most favored generation in history, get a chip on their shoulder vicariously.
Women are brainwashed to think their interests are separate from their own fathers, husbands, brothers and sons.
Thousands of events are planned around the world. For example, at the Unitarian Church in London Ont. an organization for Afghanistan women and girls "will honor and celebrate our local women with music, singing, dancing, and refreshments. All women and girls are welcome. Free event!" Sounds lesbian to me.
In San Francisco, there will be a cocktail party and movie to highlight the plight of the women of Gaza. What about the men and boys of Afghanistan and Gaza? Don't they count? In the name of equality, these Communist dupes are practicing inequality. By breaking up families,they will leave Muslim women and girls more vulnerable than ever.
The fact that Communist-inspired agitprop is part of mainstream culture is an example of how society has been subverted. Most people are not socialist, let alone Communist.
As long as a secret Illuminati clique (Communists, Zionists, Freemasons) is allowed to control government credit, subvert nations and plot world government, society is complicit in its own destruction. We will have no one to blame but ourselves.
Related: History of Women's Day
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