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Sanger’s Plan to Enslave Men and Subvert the Family

04 Apr

Alex Jones starts with the latest Katy Perry video on Marine recruitment and then goes into how this is part of an agenda to place women over men. He draws parallels to what has happened in the black community and how that is basically Margaret Sanger’s eugenics plan. He further explains how this is a old strategy to put the women in charge of slaves (used since Roman times) and how women can be oppressors and this subverts the family; empower women, remove fathers, separate and educate the children and then the foundation of society is subverted and the populace can be controlled. This is the same method used by communism but is more covert now.

All of this YouTube video is good, but it gets better at about 14:00 and the part to REALLY pay attention to starts at 18:30 (thru about 31:00). Whether or not you like Alex Jones, he explains the implementation of Margaret Sanger’s eugenics goals.

This will take about 30 minutes of your time. Modern people have a short attentions span, but I wonder if there is anything better use of 30 minutes than to listen to this. (The Kony2012 stuff at the end is enlightening as well.)

This is good and informative. It is a great description of the strategies used to subvert the fabric of society. Is it wacky to think the historical methods of controlling slaves (or the serpent’s method to subvert God’s plan – Genesis chapter 3)?

I continue to see that women can be the means to destroy the family and salvation. Modern people are discouraged. My observations are not a slam on women, since men must be the leaders. But it is evident that women do not become content or happy while doing this, although it does play one the female desire for security. Let’s not think men and women have the same skills, roles and weaknesses. Men and women need each other in a complementarian way.

This resonates with my world view and is not contrary to Christianity/Catholicism. Others should consider these things, but disagreement (after consideration) is fine.

 
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44 responses to “Sanger’s Plan to Enslave Men and Subvert the Family

  1. CL

    April 4, 2012 at 10:22 am

    Black Genocide

    Lots of Margaret Sanger on that site for those who are interested in learning about her plans.

     
  2. Cranberry

    April 4, 2012 at 10:26 am

    Yes, and all is done in the name of the new secular god: science! If the science says so, so it must be.

    I’ve no quarrel with the scientific method of inquiry and using a null hypothesis to test a question, but too often the invocation of “science” is used to give legitimacy to dubious claims of certainty, simply because “big brains” have hashed out what we plebes can never comprehend.

     
  3. Will S.

    April 4, 2012 at 1:22 pm

    Quite interesting, 7man; thanks for sharing.

    Progressives always sweep their forebears’ less-than-politically-correct views under the rug, because they know if more people knew, they’d be less likely to view them heroically.

    Interesting thing about the cigarettes and the flappers, there. Before cigarettes had become popular, chewing tobacco and dipping snuff were the most common forms, but women looked down upon such habits, and they died out, so they needed to find another way to get people to consume their products; getting the flappers to endorse cigarette-smoking was a masterstroke. Same as De Beers getting early Hollywood actresses’ boyfriends to buy them diamond rings; now it’s seen as a timeless custom, giving diamond engagement rings, when in fact it’s a 20th-century custom…

     
  4. Peacemaker

    April 4, 2012 at 7:35 pm

    Great post and video.

     
  5. Svar

    April 4, 2012 at 7:55 pm

    “Before cigarettes had become popular, chewing tobacco and dipping snuff were the most common forms, but women looked down upon such habits, and they died out”

    We must do everything in our power to change that.

     
  6. Will S.

    April 4, 2012 at 8:05 pm

    Of course! 🙂

    The point is, Smokeless Tobacco has a variety of goods. When girls tell me that it’s gross, I tell them “At least I’m not putting worse things in my mouth….like dicks.” and they laugh usually. If they say my teeth will fall out, I remind them that I also brush regularally. And that my friends, is what we adults call “Check Mate.”

    http://manlyexcellence.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=5&t=4892#p128132

     
  7. Svar

    April 4, 2012 at 8:30 pm

    Ahhh. Manly Excellence. Used to be Arthur’s Hall of Viking Manliness, no?

    Regardless, as we both know, dipping is better. Tastes better, smells better(the best part is the lack of scent so you can do around other people without them noticing. Until you spit that is.), and is stronger and safer.

     
  8. Svar

    April 4, 2012 at 8:31 pm

    Something must be done about the lack of nasal snuff and snus in North America.

     
  9. CL

    April 4, 2012 at 8:34 pm

    Here’s another one: How (And Why) To Smoke a Pipe

     
  10. Will S.

    April 4, 2012 at 8:37 pm

    @ Svar: Yes, it was that, though it’s been reworked, somehow or other.

    Dipping doesn’t make the air smell, and it disgusts women and girly-men even more than smoking, which means it’s better. 🙂

    Nasal snuff is the best, because you snort it up your nose like cocaine, which repels even more people than dipping. 🙂

    Nasal snuff is hard to come by, indeed, in North America, but if you dig, you can find it. The local tobacconist here carries it.

    I’ve never encountered snus, and I don’t think Skoal Bandits are the same, even if you upper deck them; they will induce salivation.

    That, and pipe smoking, and hookahs, are the only forms of tobacco use I haven’t tried. A friend has a hookah, and I’ve been wanting to try it, but so far, we haven’t had the opportunity, yet. My great-grandfather smoked a pipe, but I don’t know if his pipe was retained in the family, and is somewhere amongst my dad’s things, or if it was disposed of; I’d not be surprised if the latter, as my dad has never touched tobacco.

     
  11. Svar

    April 4, 2012 at 8:43 pm

    Buying bandits is waste of money. They do sell snus here, but it’s of the Marlboro and Camel kinds not of the real Swedish/Norwegian kinds.

     
  12. Will S.

    April 4, 2012 at 8:46 pm

    @ CL: Ooh, good link! 🙂

    Did you know that Bach smoked a pipe, and once penned a verse about it? It’s true.

    Edifying Thoughts of a Tobacco Smoker

    Whene’er I take my pipe and stuff it
    And smoke to pass the time away,
    My thoughts as I sit there and puff it,
    Dwell on a picture sad and grey:
    It teaches me that very like
    Am I myself unto my pipe.

    Like me, this pipe so fragrant burning
    Is made of naught but earth and clay;
    To earth I too shall be returning.
    It falls and, ere I’d think to say,
    It breaks in two before my eyes;
    In store for me a like fate lies.

    No stain the pipe’s hue yet doth darken;
    It remains white. Thus do I know
    That when to death’s call I must harken
    My body too, all pale will grow
    To black beneath the sod ’twill turn.

    Or when the pipe is fairly glowing,
    Behold then, instantaneously,
    The smoke off into thin air going,
    Till naught but ash is left to see.
    Man’s frame likewise away will burn
    And unto dust his body turn.

    How oft it happens when one’s smoking:
    The stopper’s missing from the shelf,
    And one goes with one’s finger poking
    Into the bowl and burns oneself.
    If in the pipe such pain doth dwell,
    How hot must be the pains of Hell.

    Thus o’er my pipe, in contemplation
    Of such things, I can constantly
    Indulge in fruitful meditation
    And so, puffing contentedly,
    On land, on sea, at home, abroad,
    I smoke my pipe and worship God.

    Johann Sebastian Bach

     
  13. Will S.

    April 4, 2012 at 8:47 pm

    Bandits are a waste, normally, but they’re handing for those who want to dip while long-distance driving, or to prevent bits in your mouth before going to church, on a date, out for dinner, etc.

     
  14. katmandutu

    April 4, 2012 at 8:48 pm

    “Regardless, as we both know, dipping is better.”

    Dipping the dagger?

    s’nuff said. 😉

     
  15. Will S.

    April 4, 2012 at 8:48 pm

    And yes, I’ll do a poetry post with that, before anyone suggests it. 🙂

     
  16. Will S.

    April 4, 2012 at 8:49 pm

    @ Kathy: Ah, not a tobacco fan, are you… 🙂

     
  17. Svar

    April 4, 2012 at 9:08 pm

    Hahaha, Kathy! She does have a point, Will.

    Regardless, Kathy is a total buzzkill who hates fun things like hard liquor, guns, assholery, tobacco, fornication, sedevancantism, and bigotry 😛

     
  18. Svar

    April 4, 2012 at 9:08 pm

    Will, I’m starting to think that I’m a bad influence on you.

     
  19. Will S.

    April 4, 2012 at 9:09 pm

    Bah, she has no point. When men get out their cigars, pipes, port, and brandy, it’s time for the ladies to leave the room. 😉

     
  20. Will S.

    April 4, 2012 at 9:10 pm

    You’re a bad influence on everyone, Svar. 🙂

     
  21. Svar

    April 4, 2012 at 9:20 pm

    “it’s time for the ladies to leave the room. ;)”

    And for the strippers to come in.

     
  22. Will S.

    April 4, 2012 at 9:23 pm

    No, no; I’m talking about classy dinner parties, Svar. They’re women, too, after all, and would be just as unwelcome.

    Seriously, we need all-male clubhouses, like in yesteryear.

    My favourite Irish pub in Toronto has no female bartenders; just gentlemen, the way it should be.

     
  23. Svar

    April 4, 2012 at 9:28 pm

    Strippers may be women, but they aren’t ladies…

     
  24. 7man

    April 4, 2012 at 9:30 pm

    Yeah, it is more fun to flirt with classy women than strippers. It is the difference between a waltz and a bump-n-grind. Yet serious discourse among men is enjoyable without female conversational intercourse.

     
  25. Will S.

    April 4, 2012 at 9:35 pm

    Exactly, 7man. Agreed, on both counts. 🙂

     
  26. katmandutu

    April 4, 2012 at 9:37 pm

    “@ Kathy: Ah, not a tobacco fan, are you…”

    Lol.. Well, I don’t mind a couple of rollies when one of our friends who smokes them comes around for a bbq, and I have had a couple of glasses of wine.He has to roll them for me because when I do it the filter falls out. Ha ha ha. The tobacco I find is aromatic and not bland and chemical tasting like the manufactured cigarettes.. Another of my husband’s friends smokes these wonderful cigars.. Love the smell of a cigar. But no I have never been a smoker as such. And anyway my better half being a reformed smoker frowns on the practice, so I don’t want to push my luck. 😉

     
  27. Will S.

    April 4, 2012 at 9:38 pm

    You miss my point, Svar; not only contra the immorality of strippers, but more broadly: men need spaces where they can be alone, to chew the fat (or as people say today, to shoot the shit). Like in the Remington paintings I shared recently. 🙂

     
  28. katmandutu

    April 4, 2012 at 9:41 pm

    “Regardless, Kathy is a total buzzkill who hates fun things like hard liquor, guns, assholery, tobacco, fornication, sedevancantism, and bigotry ”

    Ha ha ha ha.. Am I that transparent?

    Well at least I don’t mind a good and regular dip of the dagger. 😉

    So I am not a total loss. 😀

     
  29. Will S.

    April 4, 2012 at 9:45 pm

    @ Kathy: Ah, I see. I’m sure hand-rolled cigarettes are better than commercial ones; ditto our native-brand cigarettes here in Canada; however, it’s still burning paper with tobacco in it; I don’t get the appeal over burning tobacco alone, e.g. a cigar.

    I don’t smoke cigarettes; I am an intermittent cigar / cigarillo smoker, chewer, dipper, sniffer.

     
  30. Will S.

    April 4, 2012 at 9:46 pm

    @ Kathy: By dagger, I assume you mean an object that requires a sheath. And we all know what the Latin word for sheath is. 🙂

     
  31. katmandutu

    April 4, 2012 at 9:46 pm

    “men need spaces where they can be alone”

    Indeed Will. It wasn’t so long ago that here in Oz women were not welcome in the front bar. Now of course things have changed a bit. However groups of men still congregate in the front bars of many Pubs just to shoot the breeze and unwind after a hard days work.

    Usually women have the good sense to stay away.

    And anyhow most would not be interested in what the men discuss anyway. Preferring to prattle on about their latest shopping bargain buy. 😦

     
  32. katmandutu

    April 4, 2012 at 9:50 pm

    Spot on Will. No flies on you. 😉

     
  33. Will S.

    April 4, 2012 at 9:52 pm

    Exactly, Kathy.

    Though nowhere is entirely free of women, in public, these days, alas. Even a peeler bar, where, back in the day, as recently as a couple decades ago, only the waitresses and dancers would be women, and everyone else men, is no longer an otherwise exclusively ‘male space’; groups of young people of both sexes, guys with their girlfriends, go together to them, these days. Not that Christians should be going, in any case (and don’t ask how I know, though it’s been years); I’m just noting that times have changed drastically, from how things used to be.

    No, if men want to hang out with just other men, they need to hang out in someone’s garage or basement workshop or something, these days… Certainly not in a public space, since feminists have broken down private male-only clubs.

     
  34. Will S.

    April 4, 2012 at 9:52 pm

    Yeah, for a Prot, I do know my Latin. 😉

     
  35. Svar

    April 4, 2012 at 9:56 pm

    There’s always the locker room, Will 😉

    And yeah, Kathy, you’re pretty easy to read 🙂

     
  36. CL

    April 4, 2012 at 10:06 pm

    This is one helluva skimpy bio on Margaret Sanger.

    http://womenshistory.about.com/od/sangermargaret/p/margaret_sanger.htm

    No mention of her Nazi connections, or her involvement in eugenics, or her plan to reduce minority populations. It’s just “Women’s History”. Too bad she wasn’t in the kitchen baking pies.

     
  37. Will S.

    April 4, 2012 at 10:06 pm

    @ Svar: Ah yes – unless of course you’re a professional athlete, in which case female sports journos will barge in, protesting it as their right, and no-one stops them, because it’s sexist to ban them from male locker rooms, unlike male journos, doncha know…

    Back a couple decades ago, one obnoxious bitch named Lisa Olsen wanted to enter the New England Patriots’ locker room; Victor Kiam tried to stop her, but to no avail, IIRC. He made a joke about it:

    Q. What do Saddam Hussein and Lisa Olsen have in common?
    A. They’ve both seen Patriot missiles up close.

     
  38. Will S.

    April 4, 2012 at 10:18 pm

    @ CL: Ah yes. Typical whitewash.

    How about our own ‘Famous Five‘? They are lionized for their ‘struggle’, yet few today pay attention to Emily Murphy’s other beliefs, and her and McKinney and McClung’s influence, except for some conservatives with historical memory, and some equally historically knowledgeable potheads (with whom I agree, regarding the laws)…

     
  39. CL

    April 4, 2012 at 10:29 pm

    @ Will

    What is it with women and eugenics? Damn. And to think they could have spent that energy on making the perfect pie.

    You know my opinion on the ‘war on drugs’; total BS. The lack of results speak for themselves and the elite is involved in trafficking the drugs in the first place. It’s an elaborate game of smoke and mirrors.

     
  40. Will S.

    April 4, 2012 at 10:49 pm

    @ CL: “What is it with women and eugenics? Damn. And to think they could have spent that energy on making the perfect pie.”

    I know, eh? Well, Margaret Sanger / Emily Murphy / Nellie McClung / the KKK were good ‘progressives’ in their day, just like the teetotalitarians (‘temperance activists’); all those things, including eugenics, seemed to go together with their feminism… (I liked how, in the movie “Oh Brother, Where Art Thou?”, they made the point of showing how the populist politician who posed as “the friend of the little guy” (with the dwarf saying, “He ain’t lyin’!” at campaign stops), turned out to be a KKK type; that’s how it often was, back then…) I wish more people were aware of the connections between the unsavoury KKK / eugenics types, the temperance types, and the feminists… May we one day be rid of all the ills they stood for…

    “You know my opinion on the ‘war on drugs’; total BS. The lack of results speak for themselves and the elite is involved in trafficking the drugs in the first place. It’s an elaborate game of smoke and mirrors.”

    Exactly. All it does is waste taxpayer funds, build up the police force larger than it otherwise would need be, etc.

     

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