("Quid coniuratio est?")
FEMINISM: MASK FOR MARXISM?
Tom Valentine's guest on Radio Free America (Shortwave, 5.065 MHz, mon-fri, 9 pm cst) on December 28, 1994 was Andrea Pearson, editor-in-chief of a newsletter called "Americans In Exile" [contact info to be included below]. Ms. Pearson has some non- politically correct views on feminism, etc. Note that views expressed in the following do not necessarily reflect my own views or those of Conspiracy Nation.
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And now, the newspaper that "tells it like it is" presents Tom Valentine.
Hello, everybody. Welcome back, to Radio Free America.
And before I get to my guest and to our topic tonight, I want to bring up something that I mentioned in the first hour.
The New York Times lead editorial today [12/28/94] should be framed and hung on the mantle like the antlers of a trophy animal by a big hunter, down at The Spotlight. "The Miscalculation in Chechnya," it says.
"President Boris Yeltsin was justified," (get that), "...was justified in using force against the breakaway Russian republic of Chechnya."
So, right off the bat, the opinion of the owners of the New York Times organization is, that Yeltsin was "justified" in this that we're watching on the media right now.
And it was The Spotlight that pointed out yesterday, or this week's Spotlight points out that the bankers are behind the move on it, and that Russia got the nod from the united States. In fact, on December the 11th, Boris Yeltsin was given the green light to go ahead and attack, according to The Spotlight, by none other than Strobe Talbot of the Clinton administration!
The very last paragraph of this long, rambling [New York Times] editorial chastising Boris Yeltsin for being clumsy as he carries out the orders from the boardroom... The very last paragraph says, "Washington has an interest in keeping Russia and 'reform' intact." It does. And this is the wonderful paragraph here, that belongs on the mantle: "After initially giving Mr. Yeltsin a green light for military intervention [in Chechnya]..."
They just got through chewing him out for being clumsy and his application of the military and his not finding a political solution. But they're admitting that Mr. Yeltsin was given a green light by the Clinton administration. Well how is it the Clinton administration can give the Russian bear a green light to kill people if it isn't somebody higher up? And I don't mean God, but people playing God with all the money -- the bankers.
This editorial, folks, you should get it and frame it. Today's New York Times editorial on Chechnya. It's an excellent piece to prove our point.
Now. We gotta change gears, change subject, totally. On Radio Free America, whenever I have open phones in the last few years, one of my, I would call 'em regular callers, is a lovely lady. She calls in from Pittsfield, Massachusetts. And she always has something intelligent to contribute. And so last week when she called and we were talking, I asked her if she'd be a guest. And she has agreed to be a guest. So I want to introduce Andrea, from Pittsfield, Massachusetts. Of course, we always use only first names of callers. However, Andrea, you have stepped out of the anonymity of caller-ship and you have... Your last name is "Pearson". Andrea Pearson, you are no longer anonymous.
Welcome to Radio Free America.
Good evening, Tom.
Because we men... And if you're brought from a traditional family, you are taught by your parents that uh, the "ladies first" and to have courtesy and that the distaff side of things is to get all of your attention. And we do for our women. That's the purpose of a man being alive. We're taught that.
And you're saying that, because of that, these feminists have an edge in pushing their agenda.
My guest is Andrea Pearson, from Pittsfield, Massachusetts. And the gender war, being used on us. I'm Tom Valentine, this is Radio Free America.
All right, we are back, live. And my guest is Andrea Pearson. And she's out of Pittsfield, Massachusetts.
And before we go anywhere further with your thesis and so forth, Andrea... When you say "Marxist"... Now that has a different connotation to a lot of different people. My idea of a Marxist is one thing, yours may be another. How are you using "Marxism", "Marxist"?
But they also have very strong beliefs about marriage. They believe that marriage is a system imposed by a patriarchal, capitalistic system, by men, onto women. And that it's something that is used by men, against women, by force.
Well the U.N. has an interest in that. And they have an interest and it's very strong. There's a Convention on the Elimination of all Forms of Discrimination Against Women. And we, as a nation, have had a Congress and President who have decided that they want to impose that, as the force of law, upon the American people. And what my contention is, is that the basic premise of feminism is faulty. And that women were never discriminated against in America. And that they actually chose a different role: That they preferred to live in marriages. And they preferred to raise their own children. And they preferred this in an equal relationship before God -- although their role was different.
Now you say legislation had something to do with this. How about giving me an example.
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