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Letter to America
August 18, 2004
by George Rolph

It is hard for me to remember a time when I have been more nervous about the outcome of an American election than I am today. What is more, I know that I am not alone. Every father and mother who loves their family throughout the western world and who knows anything about politics, will be watching these elections closely.

In the 1960's a silent revolution began in the western world. There was no gunfire, or bodies in the streets here in the capital city of London, England. A few bombs were set off but no one died. There were marches and shrill voices in the street but most people just smiled at the marchers indulgently and walked on. They had no idea then, just how destructive, brutal, deceiving and world changing those who organised those marches could be. Even today, many people on both sides of the Atlantic ocean are still ignorant of the revolution happening all around them. Many feel a vague sense of unease but they cannot articulate why. Like a scattered jigsaw, the picture is not clear. There are good reasons for this ignorance in the people; the people do not know because many of their leaders do not know either.

As the revolution progressed through the four decades since the 60's began, the proponents of it began to infiltrate every important area of our collective societies. Social services, the church, Education at every level, the broadcasting media, magazines and newspapers, political institutions and parties, medical services, the police and the armed forces. As the revolution progressed detractors were ridiculed, shouted down, and threatened. Publishing houses daring to publish books by authors who were trying to expose what was going on, were forced out of business. Researchers were threatened with the loss of funding and their jobs.1 Other researchers were told their families would be hurt if they continued their work.2 Still, the peoples eyes remained closed. The people all over the western world were aware things were changing and that these changes were not good but, they had no idea that these changes were happening as part of a planned assault on the western world that has its roots in Communism.3 After all, they were told that Communism is dead so why should they look there for an answer to the riddle of what was going on? Communism was and is, not dead. You can pull down a state and a political machine, but you cannot kill an idea. That idea is alive and well and eating into the families of people in every western country in the world. When this revolution began, Communism was the single biggest threat the world faced. Those who set out to rip our society apart from within have never pulled down the iron curtains in their heads. They are still at work today. They are after your family and, for many reading this today, they have already succeeded and your family is in ruins. The purpose of this article is to explain how it happened. What you do about it is up to you.

In the early 1960's a movement emerged all over America and it quickly spread to Britain. Mainstream feminism had arrived on our political conscience. The movement asked, not unreasonably, for equal rights for women in education, services, medical provision and in the work force. No one with half a brain could ever oppose such aims and the rights of women began to make huge leaps forward. However, within the Communist movement, hungry eyes were watching the growth of this housewives movement and they realised that this was the political platform they had been waiting for over decades. By the beginning of the 1970's they had taken over the movement and a new breed of radical feminists were born. These radical, Communist inspired men and women were not talking about "equal rights" they wanted revolution.

At the same time as the Communists were plotting to take over the feminist movement, here in Great Britain, a diplomats daughter was about to open the worlds first domestic violence shelter. Her name is Erin Pizzey4 and she is one of the bravest and most intelligent modern women I have ever had the pleasure to talk to. Let Erin explain, in her article "THE PLANNED DESTRUCTION OF THE FAMILY"5 what happened next:

In 1971, inspired by the promise of women journalists and other media-manipulators, I decided to join the newly founded Women's Movement. 'Sisterhood is powerful' they chanted. 'Sisters unite, no more competing, women helping women.' It all sounded too good to be true. My first meeting filled me with doubts. It was held in a very middle-class home in Chiswick and I gazed at the Mao posters on the wall of the drawing-room. When asked why I was there by the hostess, I replied that my husband was a television reporter and was very rarely home and I felt lonely and isolated with my two children. 'Your problem is not your isolation but your husband. He oppresses you and he is a capitalist.' I pointed out that she too had a mortgage so she therefore was a capitalist, and far from oppressing me my husband was baby-sitting so that I could attend this meeting. Her husband was out at a Union meeting organising the Brentford Biscuit factory with the help of his degree in Political Science, to prepare for the forthcoming revolution.

What the woman didn't know, was that I was the daughter of a diplomat. I was born in China, and travelled the world with my father. I also worked in the Foreign Office and was well aware of the atrocities both in Russia and in China. Then over cups of tea, we were assured that women were a minority group. I pointed out that women made up fifty-two per cent of the world's population. I was given Mao's little red book and SHREW magazine. I took it home and was horrified at the hatred it spewed against men.

I decided that this organisation needed looking at. With both children in school and time on my hands I went to work for The Women's Liberation Workshop in Shaftsbury Avenue. I witnessed the women working there tearing open letters and pocketing the three pounds ten shillings that desperate women were sending in to join the movement. I tried to answer as many of the letters as I could. Some of that money went into buying explosives.

Terrorists in the Women's Movement blew up the BBC van outside the Miss World Contest and the top off the Post office tower. I called in the police. All this rubbish and rhetoric was to culminate in the up-rising of the 'working classes' and the death of Capitalism and the destruction of all men. Needless to say there were virtually no working class women in this movement. Most of the revolution was fought around middle class dinner tables in grisly Islington.

By now I was very firmly 'the enemy.' Men, at this point, took the whole movement as a joke but it was no joke, as many homeless men deprived of their children will tell you. Savaged by feminist lawyers and therapists, men have routinely been deprived of their homes, their children and their incomes.

The aims of this new movement are terrifyingly simple. The destabilisation of western democracy through the destruction of the family. It has been frighteningly successful.

As we look around the world at the various "democratic" western countries we see turmoil everywhere. The streets are filled with out of control and angry children. Teenage pregnancy rates and suicides are going through the roof. Crippling divorce and family court settlements are putting millions of good men into poverty and then labelling them, "dead beat dads." Marriage is under constant attack and is universally ridiculed and portrayed as a trap and a prison. Inflated and false statistics on everything from rape and domestic abuse, to stalking and sexual molestation offences are designed to terrify women and turn them against the male population. Single mothers will soon outnumber married women. Radical feminist propaganda is pumped out of the media and into our homes causing teenage girls to obtain and maintain a level of hatred against men that is truly disturbing. The term, "politically correct" is used to frighten people so they will not object to this behaviour for fear of appearing fascist. The term "Woman Hater" or, "misogynist" has been effective at silencing men made frightened to voice any objections about what is happening to them, in case they are seen as anti-female. For this reason they have born their shame in silence but, increasingly, they are silent no more.

Erin Pizzey, by opening a domestic abuse shelter for female victims of violence to escape to, had unwittingly provided the Communists with the perfect platform to raise vast amounts of tax payers cash to fund their assault on the family and men. Soon they were infesting universities and colleges all over the western world and using their "women's studies" courses to spread their hatred among naive and innocent female students.6

To this day, Erin is denied access to her own shelter. She was rudely pushed aside because she resisted the views of the new revolutionaries and her very life was threatened wherever she went.

Since those days we have seen a huge growth in the amount of false domestic abuse statistics flooding into our homes and newspapers through the media.7 False rape and domestic abuse allegations are becoming routine and those who make them are rarely prosecuted. Even though such allegations are as serious a crime as rape or abuse itself because they can utterly destroy a persons life in the community.

For anyone who remains sceptical that what we are writing here is exaggerated or false, let them search the Internet and discover how many radical feminist leaders from the 1970's until today, are members of the communist party.8 Here in Britain, one of the most influential radical feminist publications ever written, "The Female Eunuch" was published by Australian, Germaine Greer. She was also a member of the communist party. Since that book, she has written many more, excoriating men and pouring shame upon little boys.

All across the western world men have had enough. They have seen their families raped by the hatred of the radical feminist movement. They have been virtually cut out of the lives of their children. Judges, lawyers, senators and politicians of every ilk and shade who were students in the 1960's and therefore soaked in the radical feminist ideology, are leading this destructive assault on the family and against men. The men are not taking it any more and are organising themselves into powerful groups that are taking on these sick revolutionaries both on the streets and in the press. Underestimating the rage of these men would be, and has been, a huge mistake.

Today, we are watching the race for the White House in America with bated breath. George Bush may not, arguably, have a clue when it comes to knowing how to deal with people in foreign countries, but he does know all about the family. He has been putting laws into place that are designed to strengthen the family and if he loses the next election and is removed from government, there is a very real danger that Kerry and his radical feminist "sistas" will have another 8 years to do yet more damage to our most cherished and loved institution.

Those of us who still love our families are not anti woman or even anti women's rights. Most of us support a women's rights to equal treatment in our society. However, we are and will always be, anti radical feminist, until the day we drive these vermin out of our lives and restore the family to its rightful place in society.

Radical feminism needs left wing governments in order to grow and thrive. If America votes left wing at these elections, they can kiss their families goodbye and all across the western world we will be forced to watch as emboldened left wingers promote homosexuality, lesbianism, politically correct brainwashing of children, anti-family laws, more abortion, more anti-church propaganda and yet more hatred of men.

Just listening to the whinging of "girlie men" as they complain that any crtiical look at the their behaviour is a "phobia" ought to make us all stop and think about what it is we are building. I have no phobia about gay men or women, I just see their behaviour and wonder if they have all the lights on.

Please America, think hard before you vote. If not, you may well be destroying all you love and hold dear and imposing that destruction on the rest of the world also. There is more to terrorism than the bomb and bullet of Al Qaeda. There is also the silent terrorism of ideas born in a Socialist state in the 1920's and exported to our shores during the decade of revolution in the 1960's. It is a terrorism that we have been ignorant of. Now you know, please, help us all fight it.

God bless America and its people. God bless and preserve the American family. God bless the families of the world.

George Rolph
No More Silence
Contact: grolph "at" no-more-silence.org


1. http://www.fathersforlife.org/fv/Dan_Lynch_on_EP.htm

2. http://www.sierratimes.com/02/11/13/mcelroy.htm

3. http://www.savethemales.ca/031001.html

"Many feminists are embarrassed to discover they are Communist dupes. They try to point out the differences between themselves and Marxists but these differences are matters of emphasis. Their embarrassment, however, is nothing compared to ours when we acknowledge that we have been subverted. They have taken over our minds. Feminists dominate the mass media and the education systems (both primary and secondary) and use these for indoctrination. They have great power in the legal system, many parts of government, and are currently subverting the military The evidence is everywhere. The term "politically correct" originated in the Communist Party in Russia in the 1920's. We use it everyday to refer to adherence to feminist dogma."
-- Henty Macow PhD.


5. To read the rest of this fascinating article go here:

6. Radical feminist quotes

7. The Super bowl Sunday and other scams.

"Bestseller's lies exposed

Literary Editor Malcolm Knox uncovers Australia's latest hoax author.

"Her tragic story stole readers' hearts and triggered an international outcry. She became a best-selling author in the same league as J.K.Rowling and Michael Moore. She petitioned the United Nations personally, was published in 15 countries, and Australians voted her memoir into their favourite 100 books of all time.

But Norma Khouri is a fake, and so is Forbidden Love...."

From THE SYDNEY MORNING HERALD. Registration may be needed to read the full article.

8. Influential radical feminists who were members of the Communist party.

"In her book Red Feminism, Kate Weigand makes this startling admission: "this book provides evidence to support the belief that at least some Communists regarded the subversion of the gender system as an integral part of the larger fight to overturn capitalism." Subvert the gender system. Emasculate patriarchy. Overturn capitalism. It's amazing that Weigand, a die-hard Communist and feminist, would reveal this destructive plan for all to see. But then, who in the world would ever believe it?" -- Carey Roberts

Other interesting Internet reading

"Daphne Patai and Noretta Koertge affirm that today's radical feminism is: Not merely about equal rights for women \x{2026} Feminism aspires to be much more than this. It bids to be a totalizing scheme resting on a grand theory, one that is as all-inclusive as Marxism, as assured of its ability to unmask hidden meanings as Freudian psychology, and as fervent in its condemnation of apostates as evangelical fundamentalism. Feminist theory provides a doctrine of original sin: The world's evil's originate in male supremacy. (Daphne Patai and Noretta Koertge, Professing Feminism: Cautionary Tales from the Strange World of Women's Studies, p. 183) "


For anyone who doubts the poisonous effects of the socialist view of men and their intent to bring about a revolution, please read the following:

It should always be kept in mind that all these "bad" men who were busy "oppressing women" were also dying for their families in endless conflicts and remaining behind on sinking vessels at sea as their wives and children rowed to safety in the lifeboats.

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