Collectivists (Marxists, communists, socialists, progressives, Democrats – all virtually the same) despise all that built the United States, which was the principles of individualism. Individualism stresses the freedom of the individual while collectivism advocates the subjugation of the individual to what they define as the good for all.
Among the goals of collectivism, according to “The Communist Manifesto,” is that it “abolishes eternal truths, it abolishes all religion, and all morality.” The family “will vanish as a matter of course.” So why would collectivism want to destroy these values and traditions, particularly the family?
To understand this, we need to understand the nature of traditional views on hierarchy as well as what makes a society, and how collectivism aims to usurp these systems. In traditional cultures, there were different tiers of power within a society. In ancient China, it was said that the people follow the emperor, and the emperor follows heaven. The lowest form of government was the county magistrate, and below that were fraternal organizations and families.
Collectivism aims to subvert all institutions so as to seize control of them and gather all power to itself. When it comes to the family, collectivism aims to destroy it so as to seize control of the lowest level of social order. And destroying the family advances other objectives of collectivism: wiping out morality, traditions, and religious belief.
After it has gained control of the government, collectivism wants to destroy the family in order to turn all allegiance toward the collectivist ruling party. To do this, it creates various social movements that push for the destruction of marriage, thus inciting struggle between men and women, and inciting children to rebel against their parents.
In order to subvert the family, collectivism turns children against their mothers and fathers. It pushes to take children out from under the control of the family and places them under state-controlled education systems. Thus, the mother no longer has control over her children, no longer passes on the culture of the society to her children, and no longer teaches her children as has been done in society for thousands of years.
Then collectivism turns the mother against the father. By turning women against men, it is able to destroy the household. Once the household is destroyed, the family is broken. The child often loses a parent and begins to act out, and the collectivist system then has control.
Collectivism has led women down this path of believing men are an evil force to struggle against. It has done this by framing traditional feminine virtues as being forced on women by men, and thus as things that should be opposed. In this way, feminism is very much an anti-women ideology. It argues that feminine virtues are evil and that the right path for women is to fight against men in order to seize for themselves the traditional domains of men.
Meanwhile, the role women once played in society has largely been abandoned and replaced by state-run education, unhealthy diets, and disposable lifestyles. Feminism latches itself onto sometimes legitimate issues, like respecting women, but in reality, it practices the opposite of what it preaches. It opposes feminine virtues, the traditional roles of women, and the inner strength and gentle wisdom that women once possessed and knew how to wield.
Men in the past used to respect women for their gentleness, beauty, purity, wisdom, and patience, in the same way that women respected men for their strength, solidity of character, decisiveness, and accomplishments in the broader society. Women in the past understood that helping their husbands succeed in the world would also enrich their own lives.
And while women were respected for values including gentleness, beauty, and purity, feminism has taught them to be the opposite. It tells them that they should be impure, that they should not make themselves look nice, and that doing so would be going along with a male-driven archetype—that the “patriarchy” is making them be this way. It attempts to convince women mentally to rebel against their own inner natures.
In traditional cultures, it was understood that men and women have different powers. Part of the concept of yin and yang is the division between gentleness and strength. A woman’s power is in gentleness, and a man’s power is in strength. Through the influences of collectivism, many women today have lost touch with the power of gentleness, and many men only understand strength on a shallow level.
The Marxist/Progressive (Democrat) Party, which is advocating the collectivist (Marxist, communist, socialist, progressive, Democrat – all virtually the same) movement continues to fundamentally transform the United States to a Marxist totalitarian state, as promised by Comrade Obama. The Marxist/Progressive (Democrat) party is abolishing eternal truths, all religion, and all mortality. A critical element in their endeavor is the destruction of the family.
Write something about yourself. No need to be fancy, just an overview.