Marxist Roots of Radical Feminism

Pictured above is Madonna at the Women’s March on Washington.  Her speech is in many ways paradigmatic of Feminism in 21st Century America.

Madonna
Madonna speaks during the Women’s March on Washington, Saturday, Jan. 21, 2017, in Washington. (AP Photo/Jose Luis Magana)

Strikingly, her words were drawn right out of the French Revolution of 1789 with it’s call for “liberte, egalite and fraternite”.

The video below is Part One of Four,  The Goddess That Failed – The Marxist Roots of Radical Feminism by Valdas Anelauskas. Given in Eugene Oregon. A critique of radical feminism and its roots in the Critical Theory of the Marxist Frankfurt School.

Valdas Anelauskas is a former anti-Soviet dissident who was expelled from the USSR for his human rights activities on behalf of his native Lithuania.  After coming to the United States, as a high profile political exile, he initially allied himself with the American right wing.  Little by little, when he observed the realities of life in America, he became a dissident again.  He is a journalist by profession and now divides his time between Europe and America.

The are as many as 6 parts to this series, on average 14 minutes each.  It is tough to get through due to poor audio quality but it is worth the effort.

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