Women are the focus of the banker’s crusade to degrade and enslave humanity. Young women today – promiscuous, lesbian, entitled, social justice warriors — are simply not up to the challenge of matrimony and motherhood.
This truth was brought home when I watched a biography of the American writer Stephen King. In 1949, when Stephen was just two, his father abandoned his family. He went out “for a pack of cigarettes” and never returned. His mother, Nellie Ruth Pillsbury King (1913-1973) scrambled to support Stephen and his brother David, taking menial jobs, finally caring for the mentally handicapped in a local asylum.
Nellie exercised a formative influence on her son who later became the most successful writer in US history. More than a dozen movies have been made of his more than 50 novels. When young Stephen discovered that a box of his father’s manuscripts, he asked what happened. “Your father lacked persistence,” she explained, “same as in our marriage.”
Stephen persisted and endured poverty until his breakthrough with the novel Carrie in 1973. His mother died of cancer just before it was published. Mothers are the unsung heroines of this world.
Women used to change the world by shaping the character of their children and supporting their husbands. They lived through their family. Don’t tell me a woman pursuing an exacting career can give her family as much. Young women today are busy “changing the world” by being “proud sluts” and campaigning for the criminal Hillary Clinton.
Anti-Zionist crusader Henry Klein dedicated his 1935 autobiography “My Last Fifty Years” to his mother. He wrote that her “Instincts and Spirit were transmitted to her son.” He can truthfully say, “In a world ruled by Mammon, I have tried to serve my fellow man…If I have exposed some hypocrites, humbugs, and liars, I feel I have only further served God.” (Henry Klein is an example of the best kind of Jew.)
My late mother, a traditional woman, also lived through her husband and children. She never graduated from high school but taught me to stand up for what is right. “It’s called ‘moral courage’,” she told me when I eight-years-old. She was one of millions of women who kept society running not through their “careers” but through their sacrifice for their family. She taught me by example that sacrifice is the meaning of love.
Illuminati social engineers are relentless in attacking this feminine quality. I wonder how many young women can sacrifice for family? How many women could today overcome the adversity faced by previous generations of women? I am reacting to the social engineering directed at young women by the media and government. It may not be having that great an effect. My own neighborhood is filled with devoted mothers pushing prams. In general, we must remember that their aim is to cause discord between sexes. So men and women must treat feminist dupes with compassion and unite against our secret would-be masters.
By Henry Makow Ph.D.
Source: Henry Makow