All feminist arguments are full of Marxism/communism and words like “revolution, liberation, oppressed, oppressor” are often used.
From Karl Marx and Frederick Engels onward, the revolutionary socialist tradition has been committed to the struggle against “women’s oppression and for liberation “.
Feminism, like Marxism/communism, sees itself as progressing in waves of permanent revolution against the system. They will use the Class conflict argument all the time (also referred to as class warfare or class struggle). It is the theory the tension or antagonism which exists in society due to competing socioeconomic interests and desires between people of different classes. Today feminists use this term to create a war between man x woman, parents x child, black x white….
After the conflict created there will be a war for “equality” (other marxist/ communist argument).
North Korea and Cuba use often this kind of argument and left wing mantra. Their recent history is based on this tactic.
But can you see justice in Cuba or North Korea? Would you like to live there?
Why? Equality is not justice. PROPAGANDA IS DIFFERENT FROM REALITY
Let’s not forget the first wave feminists and their effect on modern day feminism. They started this crap that we see today.
Marxists/ communists will promise the Paradise for “someone oppressed and will fight for liberation”. So they will take the power. Feminists and other marxist/ communist movements have been using this old strategy for years to create tension everywhere.
Simone de Beauvoir and 99% of feminists are socialists/ marxists/ communists. They were wealthy women with socialist ideas.
“A world where men and women would be equal is easy to visualize, for that precisely is what the Soviet Revolution promised.” – Simone de Beauvoir, The Second Sex (New York, Random House, 1952), p.806
“The Women’s Caucus [endorses] Marxist-Leninist thought.” — Robin Morgan, Sisterhood is Powerful, p. 597
The Soviet Union? That communist dictatorship who killed millions included gays? So democratic and cool? We don’t think so.
Carey Roberts wrote several articles on this very subject, and we would like to quote a few of them to illustrate why the Soviet Union under Lenin is often referred to as a feminist Utopia. Karl Marx and Frederick Engels are also involved:
“The first class opposition that appears in history coincides with the development of the antagonism between man and woman in monogamous marriage, and the first class oppression coincides with that of the female sex by the male.” — Frederick Engels, The Origins of the Family, Private Property, and the State (New York, International Publishers, 1942), p.58
“The first condition of the liberation of the wife is to bring the whole female sex back into public industry, and this in turn demands the abolition of the monogamous family as the economic unit of society.” [Engels, p.67]
“Women are the creatures of an organized tyranny of men, as the workers are the creatures of an organized tyranny of idlers.” — Eleanor Marx (Daughter of Karl), The Woman Question
“In the 1840’s, Marx concocted this bizarre theory: Since working men were oppressed by capitalist economies, then women were doubly-victimized by the effects of capitalism and patriarchy.
This is how Karl Marx and Frederick Engels explained it in their 1848 Communist Manifesto: “What is the present family based on? On capitalism, the acquisition of private property… The bourgeois sees in his wife nothing but production.”
In his 1884 book, The Origin of the Family, Engels elaborated on the theme of patriarchal oppression: “The overthrow of mother was the world historical defeat of the female sex. The man took control in the home also; the woman was degraded and reduced to servitude; she became the slave of his lust and a mere instrument for the production of children.””
Keeping it short and simple. Feminism is Marxism. Marxism is Feminism. The tactics and the word used, the mindset and how the feminists debate and attack are forms directly and indirectly related to the left wing. When they get the power, there is no human rights, peace, love and justice. There are just death, misery and conflict.