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Feminism Proves the Catholic Church Was Right

Daktoria
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1/12/2016 5:05:45 PM
Posted: 10 months ago
Let us consider the following:

Femininity has racial bias: http://www.cdnresearch.net...

Feminism denies the private-public distinction (which is common sense since everyone knows how feminism opposes capitalism and the idea of private property, but here's a source anyway): http://poseidon01.ssrn.com...

Therefore, feminism can be used to say that femininity is racist. The private judgments of what's liked or not would be compared to public judgments of what's respected or not.

Along with this, the Catholic Church prohibited women from realizing positions of authority in its hierarchy.

It also banned slavery in saying that people everywhere no matter what their race are universally graceful and that nobody's entitled to judge anyone else's performance of good works. We can see this in the Valladolid Debate, Sublimus Dei papal bull, Salamanca school reform of Spanish colonization, and lead by heroes such as Bartolome de las Casas and Francisco de Vittoria.

QED.
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1/12/2016 6:22:51 PM
Posted: 10 months ago
On the side, I'd say that the Jewish community has a lot to answer for confusing society about this. It has taken advantage of the similarity between the Jewish religion and the Jewish race as well as how the Catholic Church's inquisitions (that happened in the same historical time period) often tried to force Jews to convert. Furthermore, the atrocities committed under the hasty Spanish inquisition against Jews after the royalty of Spain took over from the church's methodical Medieval inquisition are often ignored. This is especially important when considering the internationalist nature of the Catholic Church which doesn't discriminate based on demographics. In fact, the rise of national interests within Western civilization started with the Protestant Reformation.

The Jewish religion is shamefully arrogant for believing its people are chosen by God to bring light unto nations. Catholics, in contrast, believe that humanity is universally graceful and that when grace is combined with goodwill, it leads to the performance of mysterious good works which nobody is entitled to judge anyone else's performance of. There wasn't a problem with forcing Jews to convert because Jews did not respect everyone around them. The ideology of their religion was innately cliquey. At best, you could argue they claimed a responsibility to help others around them, but that's a passive-aggressive excuse to intervene in others' lives without consent. Other people can have good ideas that just aren't being recognized such that "help" actually disrupts progress, and expecting others to accept your help can give you the opportunity to screw around with them (and even create a further excuse to "help" again in the future as a vicious cycle).

On top of this, when we look at the transatlantic slave trade, Jews might not have been the engine to it (since statistically speaking, they didn't enslave most slaves), but they were the spark plug (since they got the ball rolling). When Jews were outcast from Spain and later Portugal, they migrated to the Americas and the Netherlands. Along with this, they weren't restricted by the Catholic Church's mandates, so there was no problem with them buying or selling slaves to get a competitive advantage.

This is especially important in the Netherlands where resistance against Spanish rule was gathering, and eventually erupted in the Eighty Years' War along with the Protestant Reformation. In fact, the Dutch became some of the worst enslavers around with Calvinism that took an extremely cynical, literal, and reactionary interpretation of the Old Testament to remain strictly loyal to the Hebrew Bible (even more than Martin Luther's willingness to translate Greek to German rather than depending on Latin). Along with this, they believed that humanity was depraved from original sin. Not only did they want to judge people's performance of good works, but they also wanted to treat humanity is innately evil such that enslaving it wasn't a problem.

Lastly, there is considerable association between the Jewish community and feminism. Aside from the matriarchic lineage of what it means to be a Jew, the rise of feminism in the Progressive Era took place along with psychology (that similarly believes in Jewish behaviorism and fatalism rather than free will) that was founded by Jews and the pursuit of conspicuous consumption. This especially applies to the media as well especially with Edward Bernays and Sigmund Freud, and when you consider the feminist nature of the public education system, it's not much of a surprise that common people aren't educated about this.

http://www.myjewishlearning.com...
http://jwa.org...
http://www.dailymotion.com...

In fact, what people are educated about is the supposed demographic similarity between racism and sexism that's based on crude inductive reasoning, but when you really look at the history of what happened, it's a totally different situation. Likewise, by no surprise, the public education system isn't willing to crack down on conspicuous consumption by students that contributes to cliquey behavior and bullying. This is even despite how it distracts students from focusing, and how American public education has plummeted to the bottom of the barrel of the first world in PISA rankings and even below some third world countries.

(By no surprise, slavery was originally primarily used for conspicuous consumption as well by forcing people to work on exporting tobacco, cotton, and sugar plantations.)

The bottomline is the Catholic Church turned out to be right in its beliefs, but modern society has been drastically subverted from believing in what it got right. Those who have subverted are a major problem. In fact, not only are they a major problem now, but they've been one for a very long time:

http://newbooksinintellectualhistory.com...
Daktoria
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1/12/2016 6:59:21 PM
Posted: 10 months ago
In fact, there are more sources that point towards Jews catalyzing the slave trade, especially through the Dutch West Indies Company (which feminists probably don't want pointed out since they anticipate how much their movement depended on Jewish support, especially in light of their anti-Catholic alliance):

http://www.amazon.com...

http://www.iamthewitness.com...
http://www.rense.com...
http://www.occidentaldissent.com...
xus00HAY
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1/13/2016 12:59:47 AM
Posted: 10 months ago
no
feminism is the nickname for antifeminism. this is opposition to being feminine or maybe believing we are all the same and while women tend to be more feminine and men tend to be more masculine, the difference is superficial.
if men got pregnant the Catholics would like abortion
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1/13/2016 3:26:53 AM
Posted: 10 months ago
At 1/13/2016 12:59:47 AM, xus00HAY wrote:
no
feminism is the nickname for antifeminism. this is opposition to being feminine or maybe believing we are all the same and while women tend to be more feminine and men tend to be more masculine, the difference is superficial.
if men got pregnant the Catholics would like abortion

Maybe you meant to say feminism is anti-femininity.

I'm not sure why you're saying that at the end. Catholics are against believing you're entitled to judge humanity based on its performance of good works. The argument against abortion deals with believing the behaviorism used to judge preborns is invalid.