The Looming American Matriarchy: Choose the hyperlinks below for access to a series of essays, comments, and analyses addressing the seemingly unstoppable power of a distributed network of revolutionaries who are turning American culture upside down. It is the story of the Looming American Matriarchy — feminism gone awry. The story is told in the form of nine issues of the Eternal Vigilance journal, two published during the last half of 2006 and the rest during 2007 and 2008. Read them here FREE of charge. They are downloadable in Adobe Acrobat pdf format and may be read and printed with software that is readily available on the Internet with no charge and comes with most PC operating systems.

The first issue — September/October 2006 — addressed the basic nature of today’s feminism. Feminism is an ideology, that is, the theorizing of a visionary or impractical nature. It is so because it incorporates a political agenda which makes it impervious to empirical evidence. It, like all such ideologies (e.g. nihilism, Marxism), is very dangerous. It is based on false assumptions and supported by flawed ‘studies.’ It is spread by ‘mythologies.’ W. Edward Chynoweth’s book, ‘Masquerade: The Feminist Illusion,’ is reviewed in this issue. His Guest Essay, entitled, ‘Women at West Point,’ is also featured.

The second issue — November/December 2006 — of the journal in the series addressed Chynoweth’s search for a ‘right order of being’ between the sexes. He believes that “While the mystery of sexual right order can be daunting, the clues are everywhere. Our childhood, our parents and siblings; our school days and lessons; our adolescence and adulthood — life’s experience; our families, our work, loves, and passions; literature, daily news, science, chemistry, biology, physiology; traditions and customs: culture.” He combs the historical record from the ancient Greeks to the English Enlightenment to our Founding Fathers to provide common sense reasoning to the need for a ‘right order’ for the sexes. This issue also contains a review of Harvey C. Mansfield’s book, ‘Manliness.’ Mansfield attacks Simone de Beauvoir, Betty Friedan, and the current wave of feminists by revealing their Nietzschean nihilism and Marxist alienation. He concludes that “The problem of manliness is not that it does not exist. It does exist, but it is unemployed.” Dr. Gerald L. Atkinson, in an Editorial Comment, leans on Ralph de Toledano (‘Cry Havoc!’) to explain how this alien ideology crept into American culture over the past four decades.

The third issue — January/February 2007 — of the journal in the series reveals the direct attack by radical feminists on the family via the hysterical prosecution of thousands of parents and grandparents during the late 1980s and throughout the 1990s. Overzealous prosecutors and Child Protective Services social workers, aided and abetted by phony investigators, ‘experts’ who planted false memories of sexual abuse in the minds of young children, colluded to indict, prosecute, and imprison completely innocent citizens. The Wenatchee witch hunt debacle is an example. The names of the falsely accused and imprisoned — Grant Snowden, the Amirault family, and many others — are legion. Janet Reno, the Clintons’ choice for Attorney General in the 1990s, won fame with the feminists and built her resume on the backs of several of these miscarriages of justice. Dr. Gerald L. Atkinson , in an Editorial Comment, describes how these horrors came to pass. Harvey C. Mansfield’s Guest Essay provides his common sense ideas for ‘A New Feminism.’

The fourth issue — March/April 2007 — of the journal in this series addresses other flagrant misuses of the legal system via the feminist attack on innocent men falsely accused of rape. The now notorious Duke Lacrosse Rape Case, which has yet to go to trial, involved a terribly flawed prosecution by Michael Nifong of three Duke Lacrosse players. The outrageous prosecutorial errors in the handling of this case have resulted in the hatching of a new verb in our American lexicon — ‘to Nifong.’ An astute columnist has proposed that we can “Nifong” someone when we want to trump up criminal charges based on flimsy evidence allegedly for political purposes. In short when we want to screw up someone’s life. This issue will use the Duke Rape Case as a yardstick with which to measure the equally outrageous prosecution of Lamar Owens, a former Naval Academy football star, for the alleged rape of a character-flawed female midshipman and when declared ‘not guilty’ by a military court martial is still being held in limbo by the Naval Academy Superintendent, VADM Rodney P. Rempt. This case will surely result in a new verb in the American lexicon — ‘Rempt Rape.’ That is, one is Rempt-Raped when his name, honor, character, and future have been raped by a male agent of the radical feminist matriarchy — a superior officer whose position and power is used to further his career at the expense of justice in a case of a false sexual accusation by a female. In a previous case, we will show that Midshipman Michael Pilson was Rempt-raped by another Superintendent of the Naval Academy in 1999. Others have been Rempt-raped in the interim years. The ticket-punching, careerist Rempts of the military services do the bidding of the entrenched American Matriarchy in carrying out their cultural Marxist revolution. In this case at our nation’s premier service academies.

The fifth issue — May/June 2007 — of the journal in this series addresses the question of “What Has the Feminist Movement Accomplished for the Rest of Us?” In addition, Guest Essays probe in depth into the concerns that Naval Academy alumni have with regard to the injustice visited on Midshipman Lamar Owens by the superintendent, VADM Rodney Rempt. Two commentaries give us an ‘inside’ look at the arrogant manner, bordering on contempt, in which he holds those alumni who graduated in the mid-1940s, who fought and won the Battle of the Pacific in World War II. Another commentary reveals that VADM Rempt has eviscerated the Honor Code at the Academy in his quest to carry out ADM Michael Mullen’s New Age Navy Diversity Strategy at the Academy. Another surprising commentary reveals an attitude toward a convening authority’s near dictatorial power over courts-martial in the Marine Corps by a former commandant — one described by a reviewer as that of a CONFESSOR.

The sixth issue — July/August 2007 — of the journal in this series, entitled “The Pretenders: A Failure of Admiralship,” parallels a critique by Lt. Col. Paul Yingling in an Armed Forces Journal article entitled, “A failure of generalship. The situation in today’s Navy is even worse than described by Lt. Col. Yingling, who presents damning evidence of the Army’s failure. Although aimed at the current war in Iraq and the underlying strategy of the U.S. Army there, it has far greater implications of guilt. A similar failure of high-level leadership is apparent in the U.S. Navy — from top to the bottom, to the Naval Academy and from there to the recently appointed commander of the U.S. Central Command, responsible for our overall military engagement in the Middle East. This admiralship has been mercilessly ‘sensitivity trained,’ flooded with a tsunami of ‘white guilt,’ ‘male guilt,’ and subjected to other psychological conditioning over the past two decades to the point where they are completely mentally and intellectually dominated by those same ‘counter-culture’ revolutionaries — now several decades aged since their young adulthood upheaval — who are still dedicated to carrying their revolution to completion. In this issue we learn of the new Navy Diversity Strategy that will lift ‘diversity’ over safety as a priority in the future. And that ‘diversity’ means recruitment, retention, and promotion of ‘females’ over ‘minorities’ and ‘minorities’ over white males. The Chief of Naval Operations, ADM Michael Mullen, has implemented this ‘diversity’ strategy in the U.S. Navy. And now we learn that he has been nominated to become the next Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, primarily on the basis of his ‘strategic vision’ to lead America’s armed forces. America’s military ‘Jena’ looms in our future, as predicted by Lt. Col. Yingling, if ADM Mullen’s strategic ‘diversity’ strategy comes to fruition in our Armed Forces. Read this issue and become aware. Be warned!

The seventh issue — September/October 2007 — of the journal in this series addresses the origins of the modern ‘diversity’ movement. It traces the movement in the U.S. Navy and in our broader society as well. It attempts to tie the loose ends of this subject together as it relates to the Looming American Matriarchy and the ‘counter-culture’ revolution of which it is a part.Whereas the previous issue of this journal revealed the surprising depth to which the modern idea of ‘diversity’ has wormed its way deep into the heart and soul of the U.S. Navy, and with the appointment of ADM Michael G. Mullen to be the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff — eventually into the entire military — this issue attempts to understand this phenomenon — its essence, origins, adherents, and purpose. We are fortunate to have a seminal book on this subject (see the book review on pp. 8). That book provides an in-depth treatment of ‘diversity’ as a modern ideology. The interesting aspect of this treatment is the striking parallel of the ‘excesses’ of the French Revolution with the New Age ideology of ‘diversity.’ One can imagine the next Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff as the counterpart of Robespierre — the Fool as Revolutionary — and Midshipman Lamar Owens and the hundreds of naval officer ‘warriors’ who have been ‘purged’ over the past two decades and are still being purged as the counterpart of the innocent Catholic priests who were put to the guillotine and drowned on barges in the wake of the blood bath of the Reign of Terror in France in 1789.

When will the modern day Robespierres find their just end? It may be likely that the same forces that are alive and boiling under the surface in America — those forces that forced the politicians to scrap the recent seriously-flawed immigration legislation proposals — will carry the day. We must understand the difference between the Franco-German way and the Anglo-American way if we are to survive!

The eighth issue — November/December 2007 — of the journal in this series revisits the revolutionary movement that grew with the Clinton presidency during the 1990s, as described in my book, The New Totalitarians, published in 1996. The network of radical feminist activists, who used the Beijing Conference on Women in 1995, grew by leaps and bounds from that time to infect every institution in the land. Our politics, Congress, mass media, religions, judiciary, education establishment (K-12 through postgraduate), and even our military have been infected with the ideology of diversity. Patricia Schroeder, a radical feminist in the House of Representatives rejoiced and predicted at the time, ‘I hear the sound of a culture cracking.’ Indeed, it has been ‘cracking.’ But has it broken beyond repair? That question may have been answered by Lt.Col. Robert Patterson in his new book, War Crimes, which is reviewed in this issue. Patterson nails America’s present day traitors by naming names, providing incontrovertible proof by their actions and their pronouncements and measures them according to the definitions of treason and sedition provided by U.S. law. Those named have formed a network which he claims is an Unholy Alliance which is ‘in bed with the enemy’ in our war against terrorists of global reach.

The ninth issue — January/February 2008 — of the journal in this series addresses the extraordinary (and seemingly incomprehensible) connection between the organizational nature of The Looming American Matriarchy and the world-wide al Qaeda terrorist organization. Dr. Gerald L. Atkinson reveals the results of his research on the connectivity of these distributed leadership organizations. This issue is the first in a companion series which places side by side the prospect of Two Dangerous Loomings in America’s future. It is the first issue which begins the subject of the network characteristics of these two entities. Future issues will incorporate Dr. Atkinson’s previous research in the areas of Chaos Theory and Dynamical Systems applied to American civilization. That is, how can a bearded jihadist, hiding in various caves in Afghanistan/Pakistan spawn a global network of terrorists who carry out death and destruction in their locale without centralized control from afar? And how can the disciples of Simone de Beauvoir use the United Nations, world wide conferences, non-governmental organizations (NGOs) and feminists in Congress and the Executive Branch to impose a Nietzchean nihilism and Marxist alienation centered Matriarchy on America? The Starfish and the Spider analogies are relevant here.

The tenth issue — March/April 2008 — of the journal in this series addresses the connection between the Diversity cult in American culture and the global Salafist Islamic jihad. This celebration and worship of the concept of multiculturalism has rendered us vulnerable to the jihadists who raised money in the United States and recruited young jihadis for Osama bin Laden’s al-Qaeda. Ayman al-Zawahiri, Ali Mohammed Abdullah Azzam and others have taken advantage of our nation’s openness and naivete to travel at will on our soil, and visit and raise money at our cities Islamic mosques. Indeed, the penetration has been so deep in the past that it is being carried on now, right before our eyes — even in the Pentagon in the person of Hesham Islam, a close advisor to the Deputy Secretary of Defense, Gordon England. This issue also provides a book review of Miller et. al’s. book, ‘The Cell, which details the inside story of the 9/11 plot and how the FBI and the CIA failed to stop it.

The eleventh issue — May/June 2008 — of the journal in this series addresses the meaningful connections among two sets of leaders. The three candidates at this time for the 2008 presidential election; Hillary Rodham Clinton, Barack Hussein Obama, and John Sidney McCain III are one set in this dynamical system. Sayyid Qutb, Ayman al-Zawahiri, and Osama bin Laden are their antagonists in the current epochal war between America and the global Salafist Islamic jihad. They form the second set. The year chosen for comparison of these ‘actors’ on the world scene is 1966, the year that Qutb was martyred by Gamal Nasser in Egypt. Where each of these people were, what they were doing, what they believed, and how that plays out in a network analysis of the future of their world-impacting relationships are analyzed here. You will be introduced, via essays, to two Vietnam War POWs, John McCain and Ted Guy, who became antagonists after their return home. Their violent disagreements on the POW/MIA issue still resonates across the land today.

The twelfth issue — July/August 2008 — of the journal in this series addresses a meaningful connection between two of the antagonists in the above list of the two sets discussed in the eleventh issue above. The connection is the concept of takfir as a tactic in the quest for power by both Ayman al-Zawahiri and Hillary Rodham Clinton. This tactic is the means by which two different revolutionary movements have been carried out to destroy an enemy in the reach for political power. Whereas this tactic is defined in the rise of al-Qaeda and its origins, it is apparent in the tactic used by Hillary Clinton during her rise to a position of power in American politics. This issue also discusses the ‘Hobson’s Choice’ we have been given between the candidates for the presidency in the 2008 election cycle. The Guest Essay asks some very serious questions regarding Senator John McCain’s worldview.