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Shulamith Firestone: Death of a Feminist

September 4, 2012

firestone.jpegleft. Shulamith Bath Shmuel Ben Ari Feuerstein (1945-2012)

Shulamith Firestone, a mentally deranged Luciferian Jew, attacked the wellsprings of human life and love, by
 advocating artificial procreation and gender denial. 

"The end goal of feminist revolution must be...not just the elimination of male privilege but of the sex distinction itself: genital differences between human beings would no longer matter culturally."

by Henry Makow Ph.D.

Feminist ideologue and icon, Shulamith Firestone,
who died last month, was a paranoid-schizophrenic who had been hospitalized many times and had lived as a recluse for thirty years.

"Anonymous", a neighbour wrote:  "Shulamith was a tormented woman living with severe mental illness, and I lived with her screams and pain for years. Isolation is a terrible thing. Despite the lack of odor in the hallway, she had been dead for well longer than a week . I saw the body and she didn't die peacefully in her bed. (I mention this only because the article is graphic, and false). No one, no friend, had been around."

A feminist ends her life sick, isolated and alone? How could that be?

Firestone shot to fame in 1970 with her book "The Dialectic of Sex" which  envisioned that gender, marriage and family would disappear. Reproduction would be divorced from sex; conception would be accomplished through artificial insemination, and gestation would take place outside the body in an artificial womb.

She was applying Marxist principles of revolution and envisaged a brutal Marxist tyranny to enforce it:

"...Just as [the] elimination of economic classes requires the revolt of the underclass (the proletariat) and, in a temporary dictatorship, their seizure of the means of production, so...the elimination of sexual classes requires the revolt of the underclass (women) and the seizure of control of reproduction... .

The reproduction of the species by one sex for the benefit of both would be replaced by (at least the option of) artificial reproduction: ... The dependence of the child on the mother (and vice versa) would give way to a greatly shortened dependence on a small group of others in general... . The division of labour would be ended by the elimination of labour altogether (through cybernetics). The tyranny of the biological family would be broken."

Thus, while Firestone attacked the basis of human happiness and survival, she was lionized. She is another example of how Marxist (Illuminati) Jews are at war with nature, yet if you point it out, you're an "anti-Semite."
What about her hatred for the human race: ending love -  spouses and children? 

When will Jews and others realize that Luciferian (Masonic) Jews are sabotaging them, and humanity in general? This recognition would signal the beginning of their liberation. 

The sensible "Diana K" commented on Firestone's death in the Village Voice:

"Having read her book, I can only presume it was an early symptom of her tragic illness; her alienation from her body is a sad story. To see biology as tyranny when it is, in itself a simple fact, surely suggested to some that she was at odds with herself?"

Diana K continued:

"On a broader note, I also find it another sad note that someone who advocated, "a temporary dictatorship," pregnant with implied violence and murder of opponents, is being celebrated. Anyone who wishes to establish control of a population through the ideational and actual violence of a dictatorship is flirting with crypto-fascism. Again, perhaps such fantasies of power were a symptom. Regardless, this is a tragic way to die for any human being." 

Firestone advocated a tyranny as vicious as any Cossack pogrom. She was playing God, and leftists and liberals still treat her as such. She is still a staple in thousands of Women's Studies courses. Graduates become lawyers, judges, politicians, journalists etc, 

Another Village Voice commenter, John Warnock, a political scientist at the University of Saskatchewan, wrote:

"The Dialectic of Sex is a powerful book. It had a major impact on me as a social scientist. It is sad to hear of her illness of so many years... Marriage and being responsible for raising children is a major barrier to the full development of women and still is. Unfortunately, the hard-won rights that women have fought for over the past 40 years are now under vociferous attack from the patriarchy, aided by the religious fundamentalists everywhere."

Marriage and family are part of a woman's fulfillment. Patriarchy is healthy and natural. How dare nut jobs like Firestone and Warnock presume to legislate for everyone?

They are out to destroy us. Yet, we treat them like prophets
and give them prestigious positions, a sign society has eaten the poisoned apple and is satanically possessed.


Related - Michael Hoffmann II - Prophet of Artificial Insemination Dies 

Makow  - Liberals Shill for Satanists and Communists

Makow -- Betty Friedan - Illuminati Use Jewish Misfits to Mess Us Up 


Scruples - the game of moral dillemas

Comments for "Shulamith Firestone: Death of a Feminist "

Richard said (September 9, 2012):

These feminists had a long term business plan which does lead to the Orwellian world of a genderless or female dominant race (bull dyke female that is) in which the species is perpetuated by artificial means . Sex is to be entirely divorced from procreation if it exists at all. We mustn't forget that radical feminists despise pregnancy, childbirth, and children - especially innocence.

I refer to the most radical core of feminists which emerged in 1967 as the New York Radical Women, who then divided into vectors to focus on social subversion, or political activism. The two most radical spawn were the Redstockings, and W.I.T.C.H (Women's International Terrorist Conspiracy from Hell).

Unfortunately as I checked all the names, every one of those women's bios say they were raised either by Orthodox Jewish parents or Communist Jewish parents, in upstate New York.

There's no doubt upstate NY was the incubator hive of Frankist revolutionary 'change agents' in the United States in the 50's -80's. Most of these women are still alive and active, though they have kept a very low profile since the seventies.

Juili said (September 6, 2012):

One wonders, how far Shulamith's perception was removed from reality. Perhaps she never felt the love most of us have gotten throughout our lives. Yet how can any sensible person embrace her ideas and throw away the love, joys and heartaches of life that come from raising children or the natural order of men and women.

Jer 8:7 Yea, the stork in the heaven knoweth her appointed times; and the turtle and the crane and the swallow observe the time of their coming; but my people know not the judgment of the LORD.

Shulamith's ideas reminds me of A Brave New World. Where people live like robots and have only animal passions devoid of deep feeling. Yet even animals have deep feelings. Dogs have mourned there masters and given sympathy to crying hearts. Birds have called inconsolably for lost mates. Mother animals feel the loss of their dead offspring. Whole pods of dolphins will beach themselves because one of their number is sick and dying. Elephants turn the bones of the deceased as if feeling the loss of another.

Animals have different ways of expressing themselves and many different social patterns, flocks, mating for life, polygamous, matriarchal and patriarchal societies. But most animals follow the social order for their species and somehow they know things the humans don't like when an earthquake will happen or what time to fly south. Perhaps God tells them and they listen.

I would dread a world that Shulamith proposes. It would be out of the natural order for mankind. There ought to be a balance between men and women, where they both contribute to society. Mankind is happier in the place God put him.

When certain men instead of protecting women abuse them, women will tend to view all men as monsters and wish they were stronger than men to protect themselves and wipe out these monsters. They lose all trust that someone will protect them and not hurt them. This to me is how women would embrace Shulamith's ideas.

Therefore in order to create this situation and beliefs in society, you must encourage men to violence and unfaithfulness towards women, while encouraging women to view all men as monsters, not just the perpetrators. Then once you have stilted women's beliefs through these monsters you turn them into self-dependent sluts who emotionally wreck the rest of the men who are not violent and unfaithful. This feminism is not for the betterment of society, but for its ruin.

Peter said (September 5, 2012):

Normally i would shy away from speaking ill of the dead but in this case i will make an exception. about the kindest thing you can say about this truly odd woman is that she looks a bit like yoko ono. thats where the niceness ends. How messed up can one person be?

what on earth did this weirdo hope to achieve by abolishing sexuality? its among the best reasons for being here. lets hope she stuck resolutely to her guns and didn't have any offspring.

As for that shill in Saskatchewan it says something that this "scientist" has to hide out in the middle of nowhere. if he had anything to say worth listening to he would be allowed to rejoin civilization. i know i refueled in moose jaw.

Dan said (September 5, 2012):

Excellent piece about the link between feminism and paranoid psychosis.

Valerie Solanas, who wrote the S.C.U.M. Manifesto in 1968. She said she'd suffered sexual abuse and violence from her father and grandfather.
A bright student, but antisocial and dangerous, she had the brains to graduate from the from the University of Maryland with a degree in psychology, despite clinically diagnosed paranoid schizophrenia.

I've compared Firestone's opus to Valerie Solanas' 'masterpiece' because The Dialectic of Sex: The Case for Feminist Revolution seems like a 'house- broken' version of S.C.U.M. Manifesto (" S.C.U.M" stood for "Society for Cutting Up Men").

The second sentence of Valerie Solanis' masterpiece, S.C.U.M. Manifesto ,said;
"It is now technically feasible to reproduce without the aid of males (or, for that matter, females) and to produce only females. We must begin immediately to do so."

Firestone's book proposed the use of "cybernetics to carry out human reproduction in laboratories as well as the proliferation of contraception, abortion, and state support for child-rearing."

A Jersey Shore Guido, Solanas didn't have the pedigree or connections to get S.C.U.M. Manifesto published through the 'front door'. She had to give away the rights to a publisher to get it published, plus she had to commit attempted murder of a celebrity to give it PR momentum so that the publisher had to publish it.

Firestone would have definitely been aware of Valerie Solanas and had access to her book, which was in print in 1968. To what extent did S.C.U.M. Manifesto influence The Dialectic of Sex: The Case for Feminist Revolution?

Billy said (September 4, 2012):

I will celebrate the death of this demented freak as will I celebrate the death of ALL sick , demented Talmudist Jews. Just as they celebrate when they slaughter innocent Palestinian men , women and children. Or when they blew up the twin towers. Or attacked the U.S. Liberty. Or arranged WW1 & WW2 to steal Palestine...and on and on and on and on. They can call me what they want , 'anti-semitic' , 'Jew hater' whatever. They will only be complimenting me. I was born 1/2 Jewish and am almost ashamed to be associated with these filth.


Al Thompson said (September 4, 2012):

"What is obvious is that yesterday’s mental illness is today’s social policy."

That says it all in one sentence...brilliant. The quote came from Kathy Shaidle's article on Firestone at

Steven said (September 4, 2012):

After reading your latest posting I find my self thinking that one should not speak ill of the dead and yet considering what
Shulamith Firestone believed in, both Jew and Gentile are enriched by her loss and would be even more blessed if her fellow travelers would repent or leave this world. Talmudism and Marxism has nothing good to offer any ethnic group and is a way of death of mind, body and spirit. It is unfortunate that some have to find out the hard way.

David said (September 4, 2012):

This feminist Jewish woman does not speak for me and my fellow Jews. I myself realize just how essential the nuclear family is, consisting of one mother and one father. I bet this woman never read the Hebrew bible in how God reveals how the family is an essential part of a healthy society through Abraham, Issac, and Jacob.

The most remarkable aspect of Abraham is his wonderful wife Sarah who gives birth to Issac well past the age of child bearing for women. If anyone thinks they can replace the nuclear family through all the latest medical technology, they are wrong. God is the one who is in charge. It is not man who is in charge of bringing children into this world.

It was feminism who destroyed this woman by giving her a false sense of hope of empowerment. She proved she was still lonely and wanted a man and a family in her life which she wanted more than anything. Of course I bet those cries her neighbor heard were those of regrets on how her life had in fact turned out. If there is a heaven and hell, rest assured this woman is burning in hell.

Marcos said (September 4, 2012):

I can add to Feuerstein's supporters' affirmations that men who love and give attention to their kids and family also undermine their development, if development is understood as financial and career success. Kids take a lot of our time. And so do friends, spirituality, art, charity, and all the good things that make life worth living.

The solution is not to be a complete selfish person, man or woman, who only thinks about her own success, but to redefine what development in this life means. Don't wait until you are old and sick to find that all your work and money has been stolen by a few socio-fascists and that you believed a lie. It will be too late.

Henry Makow received his Ph.D. in English Literature from the University of Toronto in 1982. He welcomes your comments at