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Thursday, March 17, 2016

Feminism: The Slippery Slope to Totalitarianism in a New Guise



 

 
 
Excerpts from Global Sexual Revolution: Destruction of Freedom in the Name of Freedom

Chapter 15. The Slippery Slope to Totalitarianism in a New Guise

 
But nothing suggests that the promise of happiness can be fulfilled by unlimited freedom. An ideology that promises unlimited, self-designed freedom and self-satisfaction, plunges people into a no-man‘s-land of selfishness, delivers them into the tyranny of their untamed instincts.

Such an ideology causes the very one „who conceals the grossest and strongest tyrant lurking in his soul“ to be tyrant over its people. Plato described this dialectic of absolute freedom two and a half millennia ago.

The looming totalitarianism of the 21st Century wears a different costume than its counterpart in the 20th Century, this time with no mustache, no jackboots. We, in our contemporary society, do not recognize current totalitarian tendencies because, when we look at the crimes of our fathers, we believe ourselves to be blameless and do not see that evil always takes on different forms at different times.
 

The new totalitarianism is flexible and adaptable to values that are popular today, even placing the mantle of freedom around its shoulders, all the while destroying the very conditions for freedom, step by step.

It brilliantly masters new technological means of communication and puts their potential for total control to its use. It blinds and confuses, mixing each truth with lies and each lie with a grain of truth, so that people can no longer distinguish truth from falsehood, until finally truth itself is suspected of curtailing freedom.

The result is a current of opinion that is so powerful that people no longer trust their own perceptions to the point of replacing them by an ideology, which by their own experience and with their own eyes can be recognized as a lie - the denial of the sexual polarity of man and woman.

 


The space of intellectual freedom and search for truth is being poisoned by ideology. An ideological thought complex is violating reality itself in the service of political power interests that lurk behind seemingly good goals.

To achieve the ultimate goals, any means is justified, any lie, any falsification, any manipulation. What begins as violation of the truth in the intellectual realm then proceeds in violence against people.
 
 
Karl Marx
 

Karl Marx wrote “Capital: Critique of Political Economy” at his desk; he didn’t kill anyone. But within a hundred years hundreds of millions of people had to die for a utopia that soon was nothing more than a pretext for the total power of a criminal gang.

 

violence ; Russian Revolution
 
Whereas Marxism promised to abolish concrete adversities of the working class, and the women‘s movement took up the cause against real disadvantages of women —both movements thereby having a base of real need in the mass population— the current cultural revolution does not call for the betterment of a large oppressed population group, but rather seeks a complete transformation of the whole society in the name of a new anthropology, in the service of a small minority.

The ideological deception of serving accepted values must be in force long enough for totalitarian power structures to be established that ensure the rule of a small minority.
 
 
There appears to be no unified ideology which, like Marxism, compresses past, present and future in a stranglehold of interpretation. Today each person is apparently given the freedom to interpret his existence, his sex, his moral values; but this is a freedom that denies the existential conditions of man and will, like any ideology, eventually turn against man.


-the end-


For the Lord spake thus to me with a strong hand, and instructed me that I should not walk in the way of this people, saying,

Say ye not, A confederacy, to all them to whom this people shall say, A confederacy; neither fear ye their fear, nor be afraid.

Sanctify the Lord of hosts himself; and let him be your fear, and let him be your dread. and he shall be for a sanctuary. -Isaiah 8:11-14a

 
And ye shall be hated of all men for my name's sake: but he that endureth to the end shall be saved.-Matthew 10:22

2 comments:

  1. Dear Kinuko, As we were driving home from prayer meeting last night, I saw a billboard with the word "GOD" in bold lettering. I thought to myself, "That's really great that someone is being allowed to use GOD in a public platform. Must be because we're getting closer to Easter." Then I read the small print. The billboard actually read, "find GOD inside of you". So, my joy that God was actually being seen and accepted in a public forum quickly turned to a bit of sadness that this sign is turning people to look inward toward themselves for God. It's no wonder the world is so confused. How many times will a person who travels that route frequently see that sign and think that he/she can solve their problems on their own? These types of things (the 2011 NIV and the billboard, for example) just strengthens my resolve to be ever watchful for every wile that Satan tries to use to manipulate us to doubt God. Thankyou, Kinuko! Don't stop bringing these thought provoking articles to us! Love, Ruthie

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  2. Dear Ruthie, thank you so much for your inspiring comment. Regarding the oriental mysticism ("find GOD inside of you"), we actually had a visitor who happened to be an Islamic mystic (Sufis) and had a lively discussion with him over the theological and sociological issues, which was really educational for me to understand the difference between the God of the Bible and gods of Pan-theism in general. And I see that He is using these encounters in order to motivate us to dig into the fundamental issues such as the essence of Trinity, human and the world etc..
    Thank you again for your wonderful comment, dear Ruthie:) from Kinuko

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