Gregory M. Zeigler likes Makow so much he reviewed Makow’s book Cruel Hoax. He concurs with Makow’s belief that the “so-called” feminist movement had a specific and evil agenda:
First, contrary to its professed nature, the so-called feminist movement is anything but a grassroots, liberal, spontaneous Zeitgeist. Quite to the contrary, Makow traces its origins to a long-term plan by very elite banking interests to destroy the family as part of a grand goal of remaking a world social environment more conducive to absolute, despotic control. Second, Makow arrays a battery of facts to show that the so-called feminist movement is to the disadvantage of men, women, and children... but above all to the detriment of women, thus making it the Cruel Hoax.
Makow’s book is arranged in “chunks” easy to read, with sections such as: Feminism, Communism, and the NWO. (I love that juxtaposition) and How Heterosexuality Works. Hmm, that last one sounds intriguing, maybe I’ve been doing it wrong all this time.
Zeigler buys into Makow’s world view, agreeing with Makow that “men want power, women want love and security.” Men can’t function (ahem) if women get all uppity and stuff. Which then means men can’t contribute to family or society, and the world goes to hell in a handcart.
Makow, according to Zeigler, doesn't “have sympathy for the promotion of homosexuality” and yet, (allegedly) he has homosexual friends. Uh huh.
Ziegler addresses the issue of Makow’s anti-Semitism. Er, alleged anti-Semitism:
Makow has come under attack on the internet as an anti-semite or self-hating Jew. These attacks have been matched by attacks from demonstrably anti-semitic websites vilifying Makow as a sly defender of Jews for his constant reference to Illuminati rather than Jews as the architects of modern feminism and communism. Attacked from both sides, Makow has tried to assign blame where appropriate, but to refrain from casting aspersions on innocent people of all persuasions.
Whatever dahling. Ziegler insists Makow is a “true Torah Jew,” -- fergit about it.
Makow is bitterly opposed to the worship of the sex-goddess Astarte, or Ishtar. His God, to whom he freely refers, is a loving patriarchal God,
No surprise there.
Oy, and yes sweetie, I found it on Rense.com!