â€œFeminismâ€ started in the 1800â€™s among a few mentally ill women (and men) who wished to tear down order.
The doctrines of feminism are inherently unnatural. Men and women are not just different physically but mentally as well. Treating them â€œthe sameâ€ only results in strife and chaos. Unfortunately it is easy to inflame the passions of some women
while agitating them, telling them that men are somehow â€œholding them downâ€ when in reality they are merely performing what nature intended. Corrupted by easy living, most werenâ€™t prepared for the onslaught of feminist propaganda â€“ but they certainly felt its effects.
The Planners recognized feminism as one of the most destructive tools in their arsenal to destroy the â€œold orderâ€ and the traditional family unit, but the effort to promote this sickness didnâ€™t get very far until the 1960â€™s. Feminists joined the other â€œphony rebellionsâ€ going on at the time.
With television, their number one tool, The Planners went to work with gusto. Feminists were portrayed in a positive light exclusively, while those who favored more traditional (and more workable) relations between the sexes were mocked and ridiculed.