Unsex Me Here
“Half of American women are in the work force today, while male unemployment is setting new records.” – Phyllis Schlafly
There are a few white males who are willing (albeit only democratically) to oppose the government-mandated worship of black people, but there are no white males who are willing to criticize the greatest evil of our time, feminism. Only one white woman, Phyllis Schlafly, has been willing to oppose the feminists. In a recent column, for instance, “Obama Panders to Feminists,” she points out that feminist programs will be exempted from Obama’s new spending freeze:
A White House document titled ‘Opportunity and Progress for Women and Girls’ describes 15 federal programs that will receive increased funding to appease the feminists. Chief among them is the Violence Against Women project, which is targeted for a 22 percent increase, an extra $117 million more than current funding, which is already close to $1 billion a year.And we know what ‘family planning’ means: it means the murder of the innocents.
That earmark is a Joe Biden project known as feminist pork because the money goes right into the hands of radical feminist centers where they teach their anti-male, anti-marriage ideology, counsel women to get divorces and urge criminal prosecution against a man no matter how slight or unverified the alleged offense...
To please the feminists, other spending that will be exempted from Obama’s freeze includes an additional $400 million for the discretionary nutrition program for low-income women and an increase of $10 million for family planning.
The central tragedy of our age is the tragedy of feminism. The triumph of feminism throughout the Western world has inverted every Christian virtue and turned our society into a satanic society. It is impossible to exaggerate the evils of feminism. Lady MacBeth’s request that Satan “Unsex me here,” has been echoed throughout the world, and Satan’s army is filled with murderous, unsexed women who drink the blood of their own children.
When a woman asks Satan to unsex her, what is she really asking? She is asking to return to her unredeemed, pre-Christian state of existence. She wants, as Eve wanted, to be as God. But Godhood is not available for a woman, or a man, in the Christian Faith. The position is already filled. One must apply to the lower regions if one desires godhood.
Lady MacBeth is a case in point. She appeals to the devil to unsex her and to give her the power that the Christian God denies her.
Come, you spiritsHaving given herself to the devil, Lady MacBeth needs a man to do her bidding before she can gain the power she desires. This is always the case. An evil woman always needs a male to abdicate his authority in order for her evil will to triumph. Eve needed the abdication of Adam as Lady MacBeth needs the abdication of MacBeth.
That tend on mortal thoughts, unsex me here,
And fill me from the crown to the toe top-full
Of direst cruelty! make thick my blood;
Stop up th’ access and passage to remorse,
That no compunctious visitings of nature
Shake my fell purpose, nor keep peace between
Th’ effect and it! Come to my woman's breasts,
And take my milk for gall, you murdering ministers,
Wherever in your sightless substances
You wait on nature's mischief! Come, thick night,
And pall thee in the dunnest smoke of hell,
That my keen knife see not the wound it makes,
Nor heaven peep through the blanket of the dark,
To cry 'Hold, hold!'
MacBeth wants to please his wife. He kills Duncan because he wants to please her, but does he love her? If we are not to debase love, we must assert that MacBeth’s love is a distorted, pale caricature of real love, as Satan’s kingdom is a distorted, pale caricature of God’s kingdom. There can be no love of another creature outside of God’s love. Lady MacBeth steps into Satan’s kingdom and her husband embraces her in that kingdom. The irony is that by having murdered Duncan out of ‘love’ for his wife and, by doing so, separating himself from God’s love, MacBeth is unable to love his wife or anyone else. Toward the end of the play, when MacBeth is told his wife is dead, he responds with the famous soliloquy on nothingness:
She should have died hereafter;It is important to note that MacBeth does not conclude “life is a tale told by an idiot full of sound and fury signifying nothing” because he loved a woman instead of God. There is no ‘either-or’ choice between the love of God and the love of a woman. If a man truly loves a woman, he will love her in the Pauline sense; he will love her as Christ loves His Church. The traditionalist sects, with their deprecation of the marriage state, support the heretical thesis that a man must love either God or a woman; he can’t love both. This notion is rooted in Manichean dualism, not in the Christian tradition. God gave Adam a woman to love and to love him, because it was good for Adam. The gifts of God are always good. But Adam and MacBeth, following in Adam’s path, step out of God’s light where love is sacred, and for the sake of their women’s evil wills they forsake God.
There would have been a time for such a word:
To-morrow, and to-morrow, and to-morrow,
Creeps in this petty pace from day to day,
To the last syllable of recorded time:
And all our yesterdays have lighted fools
The way to dusty death. Out, out, brief candle!
Life's but a walking shadow; a poor player,
That struts and frets his hour upon the stage,
And then is heard no more: it is a tale
Told by an idiot, full of sound and fury,
We are a nation that has “supped full with horrors,” because we have institutionalized and declared holy the male-female relationship of the MacBeth family. Lady MacBeth wants to kill her children; Mr. MacBeth will prepare the saline solution. Lady MacBeth wants to wear army boots and drive a tank; Mr. MacBeth will let her. Lady MacBeth wants to dress like a priest and hand out communion; Mr. MacBeth will acquiesce. In the United States we have raised the satanic banner of feminism higher than any other nation has ever done before.
Why have white males abdicated their authority? Avoiding the obvious reply, “Why not?”, let’s state it plainly: The European male has no faith. There is nothing as fearsome as a confrontation with an aggressive female. Rip Van Winkle knew this. That is why he hid out with the little men in the woods for twenty years. The only way a man can face an aggressive female is if he believes that his God will sustain him in the day of battle. But if a man’s faith waivers, even slightly, he will not have the ability to oppose a woman who is completely possessed by her own will.
A woman in her unredeemed, Lady MacBeth state, represents the most powerful force in nature. A man with his superior strength and size is no match for the fecund power of a woman. From the first moment a man leaves the womb, he desires to return to it. He fears confrontations with women because failure to please a woman entails a threat of banishment. He might be denied access to the womb, but it is a fatal desire for a man to seek a return to the womb. It is a return to nothingness; it means an extinction of a man’s personality. If femininity is worshipped as pure force – “I am woman, hear me roar” – the individual woman will be consumed by it as well as the man.
This worship of femininity as pure force, as found in the pre-Christian mystery cult of Cybele, a cruel, matriarchal goddess, is diametrically opposed to the spirit of Christianity. Mary agrees to be the “handmaid of the Lord,” and by her submission to the will of God, she realizes the potential of her own femininity and allows Christ to reveal to all mankind the divine nature of their own personalities. A man does not have to give himself up to an impersonal earth goddess; he knows, through Christ, that he possesses a personality with an eternal destiny.
A true respect for women entails a refusal to submit to the impersonal feminine principle. When a woman acts as a nurturer of children and all things Christian, she should be given all the respect and love that the code of chivalry demands. But when she steps out of that role and becomes a Lady MacBeth, she should be fought to the death, preferably her own. When MacBeth refuses to oppose his wife’s demonic will, he not only loses his soul, but his wife loses her soul as well.
In his play, The Taming of the Shrew, Shakespeare good-naturedly shows us the only way to overcome a Lady MacBeth. She must be opposed every time she steps outside the Christian orbit. If she is successfully opposed, as Petruchio successfully opposes Katharina, tragedy is avoided and there is domestic and civil peace. The difference between Lady MacBeth’s statement, “Unsex me here; And fill me from the crown to the toe, top full of direst cruelty,” and Katharina’s, “Thy husband is they lord, thy life, thy keeper, Thy head, thy sovereign,” is the difference between heaven and hell. The European male prefers hell. +