Does centralized resource distribution = feminism?

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Cornfed
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Does centralized resource distribution = feminism?

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Perhaps someone with good historical knowledge could answer this question. It seems that an efficient centralized distribution system always arises in more advanced societies, and this is necessary to enable feminism. The reason is that it enables the elite men controlling the system to co-opt females by using the system as a surrogate husband and father for females, while simultaneously rendering the contribution of men to society expendable or obsolete. While it seems clear that such a system is necessary for feminism, the question is whether it makes feminism inevitable. If so, perhaps we should be concentrating our efforts on trying to bring down centralized systems while creating off-grid alternatives to them.

There are other implications of this. Since the whole world is now being tapped into a globalized distribution system, would this imply that the whole world must inevitably become a feminist dystopia, effectively putting an expiry date of our happier abroad dreams?
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Re: Does centralized resource distribution = feminism?

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Cornfed wrote:Perhaps someone with good historical knowledge could answer this question. It seems that an efficient centralized distribution system always arises in more advanced societies, and this is necessary to enable feminism. The reason is that it enables the elite men controlling the system to co-opt females by using the system as a surrogate husband and father for females, while simultaneously rendering the contribution of men to society expendable or obsolete. While it seems clear that such a system is necessary for feminism, the question is whether it makes feminism inevitable. If so, perhaps we should be concentrating our efforts on trying to bring down centralized systems while creating off-grid alternatives to them.

There are other implications of this. Since the whole world is now being tapped into a globalized distribution system, would this imply that the whole world must inevitably become a feminist dystopia, effectively putting an expiry date of our happier abroad dreams?
Yeah, that is the whole plan of what the elite are trying to do especially in America, they have created a political coalition that depends on the government in one way or another, Homosexuals, feminists, welfare recipients, all these folks would gladly welcome one centralized totalitarian government that forces normal people to support them otherwise they would starve to death if there wasn't a strong centralized government to tax the productive people and reward them in order to survive. That's why the governments in the west are becoming more militant or police states. But this kind of government doesn't benefit only feminists, it also protects the elites who have engineered this monstrous unnatural society from retribution, the elites know that the government is the only muscle that is protecting them from being butchered by angry mobs, so they encourage groups of people like feminists and welfare recipients to depend on the government. If these groups of people didn't exist, the government would fall apart
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