Jan Deichmohle

Abolition of Science by Feminism (Part 2)

Continued from Part 1.  When it came to campaigns against men, an accusation by feminists could be based on “own observation” in their environment, in which strongly feminist wise indoctrinated people testified in their favor. This was later refined at universities, but the irrelevance of their approach, their wrongly formulated question, and restriction of the …

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Abolition of Science by Feminism (Part 1)

*Author’s note: This is an excerpt from one of my older books, translated from the German original. _________________ Science, legislation, jurisdiction, government and reporting require strict objectivity, dispassion and basic principles of justice and state, such as the presumption of innocence, freedom of expression, protection of privacy. Let us consider what has become of it. …

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Mass Hysteria, Madness and Feminism

Editor’s note: The following book excerpt is a translation from the German by the author. The following website provides an overview of his books: https://www.quellwerk.com _____________________________ History of Mass Hysteria An early occurrence of a new form of irrationality was surfacing in the age of ‚enlightenment’, when a mob was yelling (rather unenlightened) “Hang to …

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