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“Feminists Say the Darndest Things”

February 27, 2011 | Elizabeth

Looking for a book to read that will help you escape your school work, learn something and give you a good laugh? I highly recommend reading “Feminists Say the Darndest Things” By Mike Adams!

Mike Adams is a conservative writer and columnist for Townhall.com. For this book, he sought out to find out what feminists are thinking and why they think they way they do.

In the introduction, he poses the question, “why do feminists hate us?”

When you consider the proportion of women these feminists hate (around 75%) and the proportion of men they hate (around 100%), it soon becomes clear that feminists only get along with about 12.5 percent of the population-that is, other feminists united in their hatred of the majority.

Further, he goes through introducing some personal conclusions about feminism. (I’ve chosen a few of his numbered points to share below)

1. Modern feminism is not a political ideology or philosophy. …I have an important newsflash for these feminists: they have already achieved all these political objectives.

2.Most feminists don’t really want equality. …Increasingly, these campus feminists strive to be (a) constantly offended and (b) constantly offensive.

5. Feminists are less concerned with women’s rights than they are with their own right to have an abortion. …George W. Bush has done more for women’s rights than any other president in modern history. But still feminists hate him because he is opposed to abortion rights.

Check out the first chapter here on Amazon. I promise you’ll be entertained!

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