Betty Friedan was the ultimate pussy feminist who wrote “The Feminine Mystique” in 1963 and inspired generations of women to feel victimized by sexist oppression, even though it did not exist. Her famous phrase, “the problem that has no name,” was often quoted to describe the condition of all women in society, even though her primary focus was narrowly directed to college-educated, middle- and upper-class, married, white housewives who were bored with their leisure, their home, children and consumerism, women who were being told that they were not happy and needed more out of life.
“Progressive Dehumanization,” a chapter in Pussy Betty’s delusional book, makes a crazed comparison between the psychological effects of isolation on white housewives and impact of their solitary confinement, to the prisoners in Nazi concentration camps, all while ignoring the plight of non-white women and poor white women, those women who at the time made up a third of the workforce and would have loved to have been leisure-class housewives.
Affluent women in America began to conform and shape their identities around the model of “Feminine Mystique,” ignorant of the fact that Pussy Betty was nothing more than a community activist whose “mystique” was being used as a progressive vehicle to promote her hardcore radicalism.
It is no coincidence that Pussy Betty, co-founder of the National Organization for Women targeted stay at home moms at the same time Saul Alinsky was expanding his community organizing training programs (IAF) through church networks that enabled him to target the middle-class family and especially the Catholic church.
In Daniel Horowitz’s 1998 book, “Betty Friedan and the Making of the Feminine Mystique,” he made a stunning conclusion. Pussy Betty was not the suburban housewife she claimed she was! Horowitz revealed that Friedan, known previously as Betty Goldstein, had been involved with radical leftist activism since her first days at Smith College and her penchant for anti-fascism and labor union activism was her first “baby!”
Like a pussy cat with nine lives, Pussy Betty seems to have been resurrected once again when we observe her latest litter of elite, spoiled, rich, leisurely liberal, women who seem to be in a catnip induced stupor when mingling with bad cat socialist radicals like Van Jones and Michael Moore. In addition, The Women Movement’s Embrace of Rape-Torturer Psychopath Donna Hylton added a true homophobe into the mix who once enjoyed using pliers on a gay man’s testicles.
Perhaps if more of us knew how to interpret communist, radical “pussy catspeak” we would be able to scratch the surface and meaning of their pussy love, vitriolic hate speech that spews out of their mouths like undigested hairballs.
Atheist Christopher Hitchens describes the “Queen” pussy and cat-like character of women like Meryl Creep, Macabre Madonna, Jaded Judd, and Hiawatha Woeful Warren when he is quoted saying;
“Owners of dogs will have noticed that, if you provide them with food and water and shelter and affection, they will think you are god. Whereas owners of cats are compelled to realize that, if you provide them with food and water and shelter and affection, they draw the conclusion that they are gods.”
Someday when these women god leaders discover the meaning of what true happiness is all about, a truly enriched, satisfying new life will begin for them…and we as a society will be far better off, especially our children. Opening the Bible to Psalm 37:4 would be a great place to start; “Take delight in the Lord, and he will give you the desires of your heart.”
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