Cruel Hoax: Feminism & the New World Order
FEMINISM & HOMOSEXUALITY; HOW HETEROSEXUALITY WORKS Feminism, our official gender ideology, masquerades as a movement for woman's rights. In reality, feminism is a cruel hoax, telling women their natural biological instincts are "socially constructed" to oppress them. Feminism is elite social engineering designed to destroy gender identity by making women masculine and men feminine. Increasingly heterosexuals are conditioned to behave like homosexuals who generally don't marry and have children. Courtship and monogamy are being replaced by sexual promiscuity, prophesied in Aldous Huxley's Brave New World. Rockefeller and Rothschild created feminism to poison male-female relations (divide and conquer.) Their twin objectives are depopulation and totalitarian world government. Why? These bankers create money out of nothing and think they are God. "Cruel Hoax" shows the connection between feminism, Communism and 9-11. It examines male-female relations and shows how we can take back our heterosexuality.
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I am only giving this book four stars, not because the information or the citations within it are not reliable, and not because it does shed a lot of truth upon the Cultural Marxist movement that has been alive and well in the U.S. for some time now (the 50's communism scare wasn't just paranoia), it's just that the book is kind of a rough read, sort of like how when a new thought comes to your mind and it takes a while to work a way out to express the new revelations clearly...
...well that is how this book reads. It is sort of like Henry wrote this while he was first waking up, and trying to compile all of his research.
Again, not a bad read at all, maybe a little bit too dogmatic at times, but it's core intent rings true none the less.
Other suggestions might be to read:
Fire in the Minds of Men
After the Ball: How America Will Conquer Its Fear and Hatred of Gays in the 90s
An Anthology of Western Marxism
or perhaps the words and concerns of American forefathers... as not recorded in our school history books, but are widely available from the Library of Congress amongst other sources.