Shulamith Firestone: Death of a Feminist

by Henry Makow Ph.D.  – Sept 4, 2012

Feminist ideologue and icon, Shulamith Firestone, who died last month, was a paranoid-schizophrenic who had been hospitalized many times and had lived as a recluse for thirty years.
A neighbour wrote:  “Shulamith was a tormented woman living with severe mental illness, and I lived with her screams and pain for years. Isolation is a terrible thing.”
A feminist ends her life sick, isolated and alone? How could that be?
Firestone shot to fame in 1970 with her book “The Dialectic of Sex” which  envisioned that gender, marriage and family would disappear. Reproduction would be divorced from sex; conception would be accomplished through artificial insemination, and gestation would take place outside the body in an artificial womb.
She was applying Marxist principles of revolution and envisaged a brutal Marxist tyranny to enforce it:
“…Just as [the] elimination of economic classes requires the revolt of the underclass (the proletariat) and, in a temporary dictatorship, their seizure of the means of production, so…the elimination of sexual classes requires the revolt of the underclass (women) and the seizure of control of reproduction… .
The reproduction of the species by one sex for the benefit of both would be replaced by (at least the option of) artificial reproduction: … The dependence of the child on the mother (and vice versa) would give way to a greatly shortened dependence on a small group of others in general… . The division of labour would be ended by the elimination of labour altogether (through cybernetics). The tyranny of the biological family would be broken.”
Thus, while Firestone attacked the basis of human happiness and survival, she was lionized. She is another example of how Marxist (Illuminati) Jews are at war with nature, yet if you point it out, you’re an “anti-Semite.”
What about her hatred for the human race: ending love –  spouses and children? 
When will Jews and others realize that Luciferian (Masonic) Jews are sabotaging them, and humanity in general? This recognition would signal the beginning of their liberation. 
The sensible “Diana K” commented on Firestone’s death in the Village Voice:
“Having read her book, I can only presume it was an early symptom of her tragic illness; her alienation from her body is a sad story. To see biology as tyranny when it is, in itself a simple fact, surely suggested to some that she was at odds with herself?”
Diana K continued:

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