How Feminism Colonizes Human Communities

The feminist master strategy is to colonize every discernible human group, tribe or community it can lay its hands on. By so doing, the feminists both extend their influence, and destroy another non-feminist power base. The interesting thing is, that they are not particular about who or what they infiltrate. They care only that another power base has been knocked out of commission.

For example, it’s all the same to them whether they colonize the Catholics, the Lutherans, the Pagans or. . . . (get ready). . .  the atheists! There is at best a thin dime’s worth of difference between a Catholic feminist, a Lutheran feminist,  a Pagan feminist, or. . . . (get ready). . . an atheist feminist! Now, you might think there are critical differences among the aforementioned groups and many others we could name. But if you are a feminist, all of that pales to insignificance in light of the real feminist mission, which is to spread feminist power and control into every discernible human group or community and to render these worthless as non-feminist organizing venues.

So in the end, the Lutheran Church will be colonized by feminists with a radical, innovative theology, and little by little whatever is essential to Lutheranism will be cut out of the loop and discarded, and you will end with something that is “Lutheran” in name only, but certainly nothing that Martin Luther would sign his name to.

And the Holy Roman Apostolic and Catholic Church will likewise get rotted from within, and replaced grain by grain with something completely alien — similar to the process which forms petrified wood. And you will end with something that is “Catholic” in name only, but certainly nothing that St. Augustine, or St. Benedict, or the Apostle Paul would sign their names to. Nor the Pope. Well no, wait a minute, the Pope will probably sign to it because by then the Pope will probably be a woman, and a feminist to boot!

The Pagans? Goddess worship all the way! The Divine Feminine trumps all! Lunar moonbattery from wall to wall! Again…. you get the idea.

And that brings us to the atheists. Atheists are known for their methodological skepticism, their rationalism, their impartiality, their propensity for logic and the scientific method. All that sort of thing. But wait a minute –just let some little Drama Whore Attention Princess like Rebecca Watson get in there, and watch the fun! And I haven’t even touched Atheism Plus and the Femistasi yet, have I?

At any rate, the atheist feminists will still use their good old Atheistic Skepticism to pound the Lutherans, the Catholics, and every other flavor of Christianity from the outside, while feminist innovation guts those same targets from the inside. Meantime, atheist rationality will go into the icebox whenever feminism or sexual politics are in question, and the atheist community will never-but-never become a non-feminist power base of any sort.

In the end, each of these groups and communities, and many more besides, will be exploited for any feminist purpose that is deemed expedient, crippled as a potential non-feminist power base, sucked dry of whatever is essential to it, and finally discarded as you would toss away a melon after scooping the pulp out.

The “Lutheran” feminists and the “Catholic” feminists would then be so little different that they could roll their churches into one and hardly anybody would make a squeak about it. By then, they would be pagan in all but name, so they could easily invite the officially pagan feminists to join the club. Then they could at last turn their combined howitzers upon the atheists — whose “rationality” (by now half-rotted from within) would not only be no longer necessary, but a positive hindrance to any projected religion of the Divine Feminine.

The master pattern that we ought to recognize here, is that feminist colonization of any human group, community, club, culture, industry, institution or what-have-you, serves a dual purpose. Firstly, it dismantles non-feminist space. Secondly, it transforms the broader culture by reducing it all to the common denominator of feminism.

Feminism was long ago conceived as a social revolution, and the only way this revolution can ever realize its project of complete societal transformation, is to reduce the entire culture to a fabric of identitarian uniformity. But in a culture as diverse as ours presently is, the only way to make that happen is to take control of non-feminist diversity, module by module. The proposed revolution cannot be leveraged uniformly across a cultural fabric which is so far from being uniform. So feminism is not contradicting itself when it colonizes opposing sides such as atheism and religionism, for in order to conquer both, it must infiltrate both. That way, whatever makes them diverse from each other, can be eviscerated in the only way possible: from within.

Keep in mind also, that feminists are false friends. That should be evident from most of the foregoing, given their long-term strategy of sapping from every community whatever is essential to it. But the betrayal can be even more immediate and poignant, given that even in the short-term they will flagrantly cast you to the wayside once you have ceased to be of use to them.

Here is an interesting PDF file which details feminist infiltration of the Roman Catholic Church in England. Understand, that I endorse no religious standpoint in this context, but simply present this as documentary evidence in the interest of scholarship:

AFP Pamphlet No. 3, titled “Non-feminist Autonomy”, explores related themes:


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2 thoughts on “How Feminism Colonizes Human Communities

  1. Similarly, this is an outline of how feminist subversion from within operates for example, in the case of Christian feminism:

    Christian Feminists
    A number of women have chosen to call themselves pro-life feminists or Christian feminists. They feel that the word is broad enough to include all women who believe in women’s rights and women’s equality. While the desire to express support for women is understandable, it seems to me that there is a substantial difference between being for women and being for feminism. — Dale O’Leary The Gender Agenda, (p. 23)

    However, there are “pro-choice” or pro-abortion Christian feminists:

    Andrea Yates Shows That Mothers Need Our Help

    Run Date: 07/19/06
    By Anne Eggebroten
    WeNews commentator

    Andrea Yates is on trial again for murdering her five children in 2001. Anne Eggebroten says mother-murder is a common phenomenon with predictable causes. One woman’s escape offers guidance on prevention. (full story:

    As that story unfolds, it soon becomes obvious that Anne Eggebroten is not writing about matricide but about child murders perpetrated by mothers; and let there be no mistake, according to Anne Eggebroten’s article, in every case of those child murders the husband of the murderess is to be blamed. As per Anne Eggebroten, “These mother-murders abound: a U.S. mother kills her child at the rate of once every three days, according to legal scholar Michelle Oberman at Santa Clara University in California.” A footnote to her article states that “Anne Eggebroten is a research scholar with the Center for the Study of Women at University of California, Los Angeles. Her pro-choice book “Abortion–My Choice, God’s Grace: Christian Women Tell Their Stories” (New Paradigm, 1994) is available online or in bookstores.”
    Aside from that, Andrea Yates is not on trial again for murdering her five children but because she wants to get out of prison.


  2. Here are similar conclusions:

    >>>In his book 1984, George Orwell described such systematic rewriting of history, but it would not be totally fair to blame only feminists for wanting to do that. Feminism is merely a consequence of modern liberalism; and that demands the replacement of absolute moral standards and universal, objective reality with self-centered, relative standards and subjective realities. Feminists — Christian, Catholic, Wiccan, Pagan, Marxist or almost any other kind — merely do their very best to rewrite history from their perspective. History, not unlike clothing that is taken to the tailor time and again to be altered as circumstances of its owner change, does have a habit of becoming a little shabby and decrepit in the process of too many alterations. In the end it can no longer serve a useful purpose and needs to be discarded.<<<
    From: 'Catholic Feminism', by Walter H. Schneider;


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