There is a new brand of feminism raising its ugly head among America's female elite. Its undercurrent has been noticeable for some time now.
I caught my first glimpse of it when a woman named Donna Hylton was welcomed to address an enthusiastic and idealistic crowd of women and men at the 2017 Women's March in Washington, DC. In 1985, Hylton and two accomplices drugged and kidnapped 62-year-old Long Island real-estate broker Thomas Vigliarolo, and held him prisoner for 15-20 days. While imprisoned, three men and four women, including Hylton, starved, burned, beat, sexually assaulted, raped, and tortured Vigliarolo. Hylton delivered a ransom note and tape to a friend of Vigliarolo, leading to her capture. She was convicted of second-degree murder and two counts of first-degree kidnapping and sentenced to 25 years to life. She served 27 years, after losing appeals. Her involvement in the high-profile case was the subject of a 1995 article in Psychology Today magazine. See also.
Upon learning that this woman was invited as a keynote speaker, I felt immediately that something very rotten had crept its way to the forefront of women's fight for "empowerment". Donna Hylton was its expression at that moment, but it did not start or end with her. She was invited there by people working under the spell of this new philosophy of women's "empowerment".
(left, author Clint Eubanks)
Last week I came across something that brought back the awareness of how intolerable a certain sect of feminist ideals has become.
While visiting New York City, I came across a company called The Wing. It is a co-working space and self-described "witches coven" that operates under the premise that a "safe space" cannot exist while men are present. As such, men are not permitted to enter the building at any time or attend any events, even as guests of members. This club for privileged women who have $2700 to drop on annual membership dues has already had such notables as Hillary Clinton, NY Senator Kirsten Gillibrand, and NY gubernatorial candidate Cynthia Nixon come to give private speeches and be accepted as honorary coven members. All of these events prohibited men from attending.
The company has grown rapidly due to funding from private investors as well as a large investment by a competing co-working space called WeWork. Total outside investment has been upwards of $40 million to promote The Wing's illegal gender segregation policies. The Wing now has three locations operating in NYC, one in Washington DC, one opening in San Francisco later this year and five others planned in the US and worldwide.
As if the outside funding was not enough, the founder and CEO of The Wing, Audrey Gelman, seems intent on literally summoning the help of Satan to aid her in her quest of "patriarchal" destruction.
Since its inception, The Wing has been described as "a coven and not a sorority". Perhaps this is because these modern "witches" think it is funny to get men tied in knots worrying over trivialities, or perhaps they truly do believe there is some mystic strength to be found in covert sisterhood away from the ears of men. They will find strength of a kind, but it will be of the most corrupting sort, and they will pay a heavy price for the lengths they go to acquire it. Their ideology seems akin to that of the Russian group Femen who tout atheism and complete destruction of the "patriarchy" as central to their philosophy.
Division of the sexes in the workplace seems to be their next line of approach in accomplishing this goal of theirs. It has been reported that members are arranging private meetings which exclude men at their places of work outside of The Wing office to pull more women towards their way of thinking and try to train people into accepting the notion that sometimes the girls are going to completely exclude men from discussions.
This gender division has no place in the America of 2018 that we have all worked so hard to build. Men are not to be kept from their elected representatives, and women are not to have privileged access to their "sisters" once they are in positions of power. That is not how democracy works. The precedent of gender discrimination The Wing is setting will have far-reaching implications for our society if it is allowed to persist.
The NYC Commission on Human Rights has an open investigation of The Wing, but they are not making any progress. I spoke with them last week, and their representative said they are going about the investigation in a "friendly manner". Representatives of The Wing have also expressed confidence that they have the support of Mayor De Blasio in NYC. It makes one wonder why there are so many leaders in NYC complicit with this type of discrimination, and who is putting $40 million into an illegal enterprise that is intent on creating division in the country? Now, onward to action. If you have the means to contribute to a fund which will be used to take The Wing and other companies like it to court and have them change their discriminatory practices, please do so at www.gofundme.com/mensdefense
Awareness is the first step.
First Comment from Rich:
As clearly stated in the article, such groups ARE Witches covens... And that's not just a figure of speech as most of Henry's readers probably know that the so-called elites are in touch with otherworldly demonic (fallen angels) forces which is how they get their power, money and influence.
Feminism was never about equality and it has always been about the superiority of the so-called "sacred feminine", where women think that they're superior and men are nothing but their slaves and workhorses. This is one reason that radical feminism is also called goddess feminism because it teaches that women are all goddesses to be worshiped and served by men.
For thousands of years before the rise of Christianity in the West, the matriarchal religions were the dominant ones. These religions otherwise known as goddess religions worship such figures as Athena, Astarte, Columbia and especially Diana which was even mentioned in the book of Acts because she was so influential and popular. The teachings of Christ and the Apostles were actually hurting those who made money off of this religion. It is yet another of the occult religions that the elites worship and follow as they over and worship Satan and assist him in bringing in his new world order which is a counterfeit of the Kingdom of God.
The leaders of these matriarchal religions have never gotten over their loss of power and influence to Christianity (just as Hillary can't get over losing to Trump) and have been trying to re-establish their position of dominance ever since the Roman Empire officially converted to a watered down version professing Christianity in the 4th century AD which helps give tremendous rise and influence to this new patriarchal religion in the West.
These goddess religions now under the form of feminism and witchcraft and many other names have been seeking revenge against Christianity for centuries and are obsessed with destroying its influence in the world. This is precisely why God and Christianity are constantly and relentlessly under attack!
Goddess feminism itself had 5 main goals as well. They said "We women are;
1) Going to put an end to God
2) Destroy the bible
3) Destroy Christianity
4) Destroy men
5) Destroy heterosexual relationships
That is their actual stated goals of feminism. "...we women are going to bring an end to God" (Spirit Wars, Jones, 1997, pp. 180, 195). We already know that feminism was pushed by the Rockefellers to get women out of the home, cause division and break up the family, to get the children under the control of the schools and state and to tax the other half of mankind.. Women.
The Bible also reveals that human beings can be possessed by evil forces (Mark 5:115; Acts 16:16) and become unwitting pawns who promote Satan's agenda. Friedan revealed that when she was writing her book attacking marriage and the traditional family, "the book took me over, obsessed me, wanted to write itself. I have never experienced anything as powerful, truly mystical as the forces that seemed to take me over when I was writing The Feminine Mystique" (Friedan, pp. 78)