Betty Friedan: “Mommy” was a Commie — Nov 19, 2018

I reprise this key 2003 essay as a reminder of how Communists use deceit to subvert society. Their appeals to “social justice” and “equality” are a con game.
Their real goal is to get rich by selling out the people. Nancy Pelosi is worth $100 million  Bernie Sanders: $2 million Obamas — $135 million  The Clintons — $240 Million Communism is Cabalist Judaism which is Satanism
We have all been inducted into this satanic cult We are under occult attack.
Related-  Makow – We have de facto Communism and What is Communism?
“Comrades, you will remember the ancient tale of the capture of Troy … The attacking army was unable to achieve victory until, with the aid of the famous Trojan Horse, it managed to penetrate to the very heart of the enemy camp.”
–George Dimitrov, Comintern General Secretary, August, 1935.

by Henry Makow Ph.D.

Betty Friedan, the “founder of modern feminism” pretended to be a typical 1950’s American housewife who had a “revelation” that women like her were exploited and should seek independence and self-fulfilment in a career.
What Friedan (nee: Betty Naomi Goldstein) didn’t say is that she had been a Communist propagandist since her student days at Smith College (1938-1942) and that the destruction of the family has always been central to the Communist Jewish plan for world tyranny.
Friedan dropped out of grad school to become a reporter for a Communist news service. From 1946 -1952 she worked for the newspaper of the United Electrical, Radio and Machine Workers of America, (UE) “the largest Communist-led institution of any kind in the United States.” In 1947, Congress targeted the UE as a Communist front and its membership began a steady decline.
Daniel Horowitz, a History Professor at Smith with impeccable Liberal and Feminist credentials documents all this in his book, Betty Friedan and the Making of the Feminine Mystique: The American Left, the Cold War and Modern Feminism (University of Massachusetts Press 1999). Horowitz cites a union member who described how a Communist minority “seized control of the UE national office, the executive board, the paid-staff, the union newspaper and some district councils and locals.”

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