I wrote back in 2011 that conspiracy theorists would turn on the MRM. There have been examples of this I have documented in the past. I found another good example of this at Dalrock, where they were talking about Jenny Erikson, a Christian feminist woman, who is in the process of divorcing her husband. (Jenny Erikson is the “she” in the following comment.)
Well Boxer, she does perfectly hit all of the stereotypes and memes the manosphere always discusses. Either she’s the perfect example of everything wrong with the West today because she’s followed the mass media script like a rat following the pied piper…
I know someone is going to bring up that these comments only say it’s “possible” that Jenny Erikson is working for the Rockefellers/Illuminati/NWO. That doesn’t matter because it’s an admission that even if the conspiracy theorists don’t think this woman works for the Rockefellers/Illuminati/NWO, they still think there still is at least one equivalent woman doing so.
Let’s take a look at this logically beyond the conspiracy theorists’ fake rebellion against the Rockefellers/Illuminati/NWO and their unwillingness to see that women have agency. The life story of Jenny Erikson may convince some women to divorce, but it most likely won’t. As was pointed out in the comments at Dalrock, Jenny Erikson isn’t smart enough, good looking enough, slim enough and is too mediocre to convince women to divorce. The only thing that Jenny Erikson could do is convince men to not get married at all. She could only act an example of how capricious and evil women can be to men. Since Jenny Erikson is a walking and talking anti-feminist billboard, how can Jenny Erikson be a “change agent” or “cyberwar psyop”? There is only one answer to this question.
The only way for Jenny Erikson to be working for the Rockefellers/Illuminati/NWO is if the Rockefellers/Illuminati/NWO are anti-feminist. Obviously, Jenny Erikson isn’t working for some conspiracy, but conspiracy theorists believe it’s possible which tells us what conspiracy theorists actually believe. What conspiracy theorists believe is that anti-feminism is being promoted by the Rockefellers/Illuminati/NWO. Conspiracy theorists may say that they’re against feminism, but as this analysis proves, they are objectively pro-feminist.