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Lisa Arbercheski - Feminism as Psychological Warfare & Harnessing Human Resources
July 24, 2013
Lisa Arbercheski is a publisher at Tragedy & Hope Communications. Prior to T&H Lisa worked with the world's largest corporate media & publishing companies. Tragedy and Hope delivers in the form of daily, weekly, and monthly publications which provide objective and thought-provoking content which inspires critical thinking & emotional responsibility. In this program we'll discuss how feminism was used as a means to achieve an agenda for a ruling class. We'll discuss the leading women behind the feminist movement who were communists. What did women really want and what was really accomplished? Lisa explains the psychological warfare of the feminist movement and feminism today. Equality, freedom, what is feminine and what is ideal beauty is now being defined for us so we do not define it ourselves. The new roles females play benefit a small group. The ruling class has divided and conquered us, in order to rule over us and control our bodies and minds, so that we can be harnessed as human resources. We'll talk about their divide and conquer strategies now in play effecting relationships between males and females, the family unit, female confidence, motherhood and sex. There is a secret elite the rules this world and they understand the power of manipulating the male and female principles in a specific and esoteric matter. We also touch upon "The Mighty Wurlitzer: How the CIA Played America."

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