Feminist says she didn’t want to bring “another monster into the world”
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A feminist admitted she aborted her baby because he was a boy, stating she “couldn’t bring another monster into the world” and that her decision “made a difference.”
The feminist, Lana, said after discovering her unborn baby was male, she began “weeping at the thought” of what she was “about to curse the world with” and decided an abortion would make things right.
“I went in for the procedure, as it was fairly later in my pregnancy, I was aware there were certain risks, but it went off without a hitch,” she wrote. “My body’s betrayal was no more, I was free… I felt strong.”
“I had done something positive, something that would actually make a difference, something good, even though as I would find out, many others wouldn’t see it that way.”
She said the intense backlash she received encouraged her to “help shape the thoughts of young women today.”
“As a modern feminist, you will need to be able to take this abuse in stride, remembering that it isn’t always the person who is saying those hateful things, but it is their mal-adjusted, socially-unaware upbringing speaking through their mouths or keyboards,” she claimed. “There are people out there who actually do want to see the demise of modern feminism, they will go out of their way to make anti-feminist comments and some may even take action.”
“These people are the absolute scum of the Earth.”
Yet to her, it’s okay to abort a baby because he’s male.
This diabolical “us vs. them” mentality pushed by today’s so-called feminists highlights how feminism has transformed from a genuine women’s rights movement in the late 19th century into a top-down tool of social control steered by the CIA and other powerful interests to make women more dependent on the government while breaking up the traditional family model.
Simply put, people generally hold more allegiance to their own families than they do the state, so what better way to destroy families than to corrupt feminism into an “us vs. them” movement pitting women against men?
A leading icon of the feminist movement, Gloria Steinem, even admitted she received funding from the CIA and the Rockefeller foundation to influence the counter-culture movement in the 1960s.
Ironically enough, this strategy was laid out in Brave New World, a 1932 novel written by establishment insider Aldous Huxley which anticipates a future society that is centrally controlled by a powerful government through the use of various techniques such as the destruction of the family.
In the book, the central planners use social engineering to eradicate romantic relationships to ensure the citizens have complete allegiance to the state and not with each other through personal connections such as families.
“All their ties with the past — friends, family, traditional decencies and pieties — have been severed,” Huxley wrote in his later essay Brave New World Revisited. “They are new men [and women], re-created in the image of their new god and totally dedicated to his service.”
Modern day feminism has also supercharged this strange idea that abortions serve as an “acceptable” way to shirk responsibility from raising a child, and some elements of the pro-choice movement have gotten so radical, they are now pushing for the “abortions” (i.e. murder) of children AFTER birth.
Infowars reporter Joe Biggs was even able to get college students to sign a petition to legalize the killing of newborns up to age five.
Written by Kit Daniels