POSIE PARKER & THE ‘PROGRESSIVE’ DEMOLITION OF SOCIETY
Despite the mainstream media’s defamation and disinformation campaign, hundreds of men and women nonetheless gathered in Albert Park in Auckland today to hear the voice of women’s rights campaigner Posie Parker. The Marxist radicals however, were also out in full force to drown out the voices of ordinary women who are being marginalised and victimised by the transgender agenda.
The radicals managed to shout and scream, bully and bulldoze Posie Parker into fearing for her life. While the New Zealand Police were visibly absent at the height of the violence against her, she was eventually hauled through the mob by bodyguards and into the back of a police car for her own safety.
Member of Parliament and Green Party Co-Leader Marama Davidson, who was present among the mob, refused to condemn the violence and instead incited further revolutionary hatred against conservatives by telling Counterspin Media that “I know who causes violence in the world, it is white cis men”. Ironically, Marama Davidson may have forgotten that it was a women’s rights event that she just disrupted, not an event for ‘white cis men’.
Indeed, while women’s advocacy groups have been hijacked and weaponised against men for many years now, many of those same women who once gnashed their teeth like Marama Davidson did today, are now finding themselves also being ridiculed by the lunatics of the asylum. These ladies are themselves now being labelled as ‘hateful’ for not welcoming men dressed as women to ‘smuggle the bulge’ into women’s changing rooms, sports teams, correctional facilities and other spaces which are sensibly off-limits to men.
This is unsurprising however, given that the very etymological meaning of the word ‘revolution’ implies a perpetual cycle of social and political upheaval in which the so-called ‘downtrodden’ of yesterday become the so-called ‘oppressors’ of tomorrow – and round and round the cycle goes. In this way, the people themselves are divided, manipulated and mobilised into tearing their own society apart, tier by tier, from within.
Sadly, what the rainbow rioters at today’s event fail to realise is that they have been co-opted, just as much as feminism, animal rights or environmentalism have also been co-opted. The event was not aimed against their ilk, but rather in defense of ordinary women who are now being referred to as ‘birthing persons’ and ‘menstruating persons’ rather than as ‘women’, out of fear of offending a small minority of people with a very alternative way of life.
Indeed, there are historical records to suggest that a small minority of such people have existed for millennia. In ancient cultures, such people may have been given a unique role in society and were sometimes even treated with superstitious respect. However, these civilisations did not attempt to cancel the existence of gender or force those without complications of identity (whether due to genetic, hormonal, psychological or other factors) to erase their healthy and wholesome selves for the sake of a minority.
In any case, no man can become a true biological woman and no woman can become a true biological man. In Samoa, they use the word Fa’afafine, in India they use the word Hijra, while the Native Americans have used the word Two-Spirited to define these people. The Marxists however, who believe in the fallacy of a classless society, seek to erase all notions of class – including gender, which they consider to be a ‘social construct’ rather than a biological reality.
As such, words like ‘woman’ are either redefined or altogether disposed of by those in the Newspeak department of Orwell’s Ministry of Truth. Indeed, such a Newspeak dictionary was published by state educational provider Te Pukenga in February, which stated that:
“We use pronouns that are gender neutral, unless we are referring to a specific individual and we know their preferred pronouns.
For example, we use ‘firefighter’ not ‘fireman’.
We respect a person’s pronouns when referring to them.
We also use:
- spouse or partner – not husband, wife
- different sex – not opposite sex
- chair – not chairman, chairwoman
- machine-made, artificial, synthetic – not man-made”
Even moderate liberals are now backing away from the lunacy of the Marxists however and it was for this reason that J.K. Rowling was lynched by the woke mob back in 2020. At the time, she wrote on Twitter that:
“I know and love trans people, but erasing the concept of sex removes the ability of many to meaningfully discuss their lives. It isn’t hate to speak the truth.”
As a result of making this fairly balanced and sympathetic statement, the author was boycotted around the world, with Harry Potter themes being stripped from libraries and book fairs. Such is the ruthless nature of the communist class struggle, in which even those who are mildly sympathetic to the cause or who are otherwise clearly not the ‘oppressors’ are still accused of ‘wrong-think’ and silenced accordingly.
The origins of this so-called class struggle go back hundreds of years. It was during a series of Red Revolutions, which began in the so-called ‘Enlightenment Period’ well before the life of Karl Marx or Frederick Engels, that the monarchs of continental Europe began to be overthrown. Those in Asia soon followed. And in the absence of the watchful reign of noble Kings, the middle class comprised of merchants and farmers soon became the focus of revolutionary hatred. And so the dismantling of the social structure continued.
In the Communist Manifesto in 1848, Karl Marx and Frederick Engels wrote of the ‘Position of the Communists in Relation to the Various Existing Opposition Parties’ that:
“In Germany, they fight with the bourgeoisie whenever it acts in a revolutionary way, against the absolute monarchy, the feudal squirearchy, and the petty bourgeoisie.
But they never cease, for a single instant, to instil into the working class the clearest possible recognition of the hostile antagonism between bourgeoisie and proletariat, in order that the German workers may straightway use, as so many weapons against the bourgeoisie, the social and political conditions that the bourgeoisie must necessarily introduce along with its supremacy, and in order that, after the fall of the reactionary classes in Germany, the fight against the bourgeoisie itself may immediately begin.”
Ironically, those working class men of previous centuries who were co-opted into supporting the violent overthrow of their middle-class employers, would today be dismayed to see the disenfranchised plight of the working class man, who is vilified by the very same Marxist ideology. And so it is that women today are the next in line for crucifixion, just as much as the men were before them. After all, although Papa was long ago hauled off to the Gulag, Mama Bear will still maul anyone who comes for her cubs – and thus women are also considered a threat to those who want us utterly defenseless.
Today, with the ‘progressive’ demolition of society now on full display for what it really is, could the violence unleashed against Posie Parker and women’s rights activists perhaps heal the rift that radical feminism has wedged between the men and women of our nation?
Furthermore, will the rainbow warriors who disrupted today’s event reflect on their own place in this revolving cycle of revolution? After all, we are ultimately dealing with a transhumanist agenda and it is only a matter of time before they too become obsolete.