Friedan’s Crusade To Destory The Family Continues
In 1921, Bettye Naomi Goldstein was born in Peoria, Illinois.
She later became an author and wrote “The Feminine Mystique”, the book that became the cornerstone of radical American feminism.
But like Freud, her work had a deeper purpose.
As a child, she read Marx and was inspired by Jewish communism. In a 1976 interview with Jewish feminist magazine Lilith, Friedan admitted her passion “originated from my feelings of the injustice of anti-Semitism“.
Friedan was also embarrassed by the lack of attention she received from boys. In “Betty Friedan And the Making of The Feminine Mystique”, Daniel Horowitz wrote “she worried that because she was not sexy, she would never marry”.
Friedan, like most feminists, was jealous of women that married handsome men and had beautiful families. Like most feminists, she knew she was unattractive and could never achieve that dream.
Freidan later claimed she grew up with “an inferiority complex” that made her feel like “a social outcast”. She claims most of her childhood was spent in the “depths of misery“.
So she decided to make EVERYONE miserable…
In 1963 Freidan wrote “The Feminine Mystique”, which examined the role of women in industrial society and claimed housewives were oppressed.
In the book, she defines the feminine mystique as “the idea that women were naturally fulfilled by devoting their lives to being housewives and mothers”.
That’s right, she claims motherhood is a socially created myth…
Friedan explains, “the problem lay buried, unspoken, for many years in the minds of American women. It was a strange stirring, a sense of dissatisfaction, a yearning that women suffered in the middle of the 20th century in the United States. Each suburban wife struggled with it alone. As she made the beds, shopped for groceries … she was afraid to ask even of herself the silent question — “Is this all?”
She urges her audience that “we can no longer ignore that voice within women that says: “I want something more than my husband and my children and my home.”
Friedan also claimed women are as capable as men to do ANY type of work or follow ANY career path.
The Feminine Mystique is widely regarded as one of the most influential books of the 20th century.
In 1966, Friedan founded the National Organization for Women. The group’s goal was to bring women “into the mainstream of American society in fully equal partnership with men”.
In 1970, Friedan also organized the Women’s Strike for Equality. 20,000 feminists gathered in the streets of New York City to burn their bras…
After the event, Friedan declared “it exceeded my wildest dreams. It’s now a political movement and the message is clear”.
Her theories went mainstream and influenced a generation of Jewish feminists that spread her message.
Her cultural ideas have been promoted by many Jewish celebrities including Gloria Steinem, Barbara Streisand, Barbara Walters, and Judy Blume.
Her political ideas have also been represented by many Jewish politicians including Diane Feinstein, Barbara Boxer, Hilary Rosen, and Debbie Wasserman Schultz.
Modern radical feminism is the continuation of Freidan’s crusade to promote Judaism and destroy Western Civilization.
This article is part three of “The Jews Behind Modern Culture” series:
Introduction: JnJ Presents “The Jews Behind Modern Culture”
Sigmund Freud: The Jew Behind The Sexual Revolution
Karl Marx: The Jew Behind Communism
Betty Friedan: The Jew Behind Feminism
Albert Einstein: The Jew Behind Modern Science
George Soros: The Jew Behind The Democratic Party
William Kristol: The Jew Behind The Neocons
Lou Pearlman: The Jew Behind The Boybands
David Stern: The Jew That Runs Basketball
Bud Selig: The Jew That Runs Baseball
Mark Zuckerberg: The Jew Behind Facebook
Ben Bernanke: The Jew Behind The Federal Reserve
Ray Kurzweil: The Jew Behind Transhumanism