The American feminist movement did not begin in the mid-1800s as a war against men. It began as a war for women. A war for women’s equality and women’s liberation and women’s rights. But it was not an overt attack on men or on maleness. That has changed dramatically with the modern feminist movement. It has declared war on males.
Through much of our history, black males have been the target of discrimination and prejudice, right until today. But a new enemy has been found for special attack, and that is males in general. And in the eyes of a radical feminist, no one is guiltier than a white male, the very image of oppression and the embodiment of patriarchal rule. He must be overthrown.
These sentiments were hardly hidden before Donald Trump was elected president. But his election brought them front and center in the loudest and strongest possible terms.
He was not just a white male. He made women into sexual objects (sadly, this was true). He was a misogynist. And he was powerful. The most powerful man on the planet.
Trump, to the radical feminists, represented everything that was wrong with maleness, everything that needed to be opposed. That’s why the Women’s Marches were so vitriolic. (Of course, the idolatrous devotion to Roe v. Wade played directly into their fury as well. And this, in turn, is another aspect of male domination over women: only the females have to deal with unwanted pregnancies.)
That’s why their rhetoric was over the top, perhaps encapsulated in Madonna’s expressed desire to blow up the White House. Trump’s election means war!
All this has now been exacerbated by the sexual assault charges brought against Brett Kavanaugh.
As a white male, he is presumed guilty.
As a conservative Catholic, he is obviously guilty.
And in his passionate defense of his reputation and integrity, he is without doubt guilty. Kavanaugh is the abusive, angry white male. Kavanaugh represents the enemy.
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SOURCE: Christian Post, Michael Brown