Uploaded on Oct 11, 2010
CKLN 88.1 FM Radio interviews by host Vijay Sarma (aka BK) on gender relations.
For 100 years men and women were taught to compete instead of complement each other so we care less and are easier to control. Both sexes have to smarten up to be happier, so we should know the super-rich people who promoted feminism didn't want to help women at all. They saw half the population wasn't working for the companies they own, nor paying taxes to the governments they control. So, they changed that and got the kids in school early to brainwash them into being good consumers and producers. Below are interviews and clips to help us understand this, but keep in mind that shows like "Lost Girl" about a "succubus" and the giant posters have an effect on us. After all, advertising and psychology work unless we know how to resist it, so it's a good to know we can.
FEMINISM: Dr. Henry Makow On The Problem With The People Who Give Us Our Problems - June 12, 2007
Note: This orignal interview from 2007 is more relevant than ever in 2010.
Who Started The Battle of the Sexes - with Dr. Henry Makow - July 12, 2010
Note: The audio quality and levels are better on the smaller MP3 file.
Who Started The Battle of the Sexes 2 - with Dr. Henry Makow - August 23, 2010
Note: This interview sequel has better audio levels than the previous one.
Feminism Was Created To Destabilize Society
NOTE: Hollywood producer Aaron Russo was a friend of lawyer Nick Rockefeller, a member of one of the richest American families. In this 3 minute clip he explains what Rockefeller told him about feminism, including why they promoted it on television, in education and entertainment so much, including giving us false reasons for their ends.
Gloria Steinem Exposed: Feminist Spy for The CIA!
NOTE: Ms. Steinem admitted Ms. Magazine was funded by the CIA. It's been known but suppressed for 30 years. Betty Friedan, another early feminist pioneer, was a communist spy. Regardless of how much we like them, once we find this out, it's probably better to re-examine their ideas. We all need to know this stuff to finally deal with it.
POWER FOR LOVE (THE HETEROSEXUAL CONTRACT)
"The gesture of a man opening a door for a woman illustrates how men and women relate. We all know that a woman can open a door herself. But when a man does it, he is affirming her femininity, beauty and charm. When she graciously accepts, she is validating his masculine power.
This trade, a woman surrendering physical power in exchange for a man's protection (i.e. love) is the essence of heterosexuality. In order to develop emotionally, men and women need this mutual validation as much as sex itself. Sex is an expression of this exclusive contract.
Under the toxic influence of feminism, women open their own doors. Neither sexual identity is validated; neither sex matures emotionally. Men feel redundant and impotent; women feel rejected and unloved."
People can do whatever they want, but historically men have defended their tribe under attack. So, as a traditional option, women can take care of everything inside the house, while men can take care of everything outside the house, or hit the streets with others to secure their neighbourhoods. Times have changed, but since this has worked for thousands of years, we should keep it as an option.
There are no bragging rights with being born bigger and stronger, like most men are, just advantages and responsibilities. Men can empower women by giving them more personal space in our crowded City. Women can empower men by being thankful and reinforcing male strength. Chivalry goes back centuries because healthy cultures wanted to respect and protect women, children and the elderly.
- Vijay Sarma, campaign website main page
Vijay Sarma - 2010 Mayor of Toronto Hopeful
1512-C Dundas Street West, Toronto, Ontario, M6K 1T5
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