November 18, 2013
Yesterday, the evil communist-feminist Doris Lessing died at 94, thank God.
Born in what is now Iran in 1919 to British parents, Lessing moved at age 6 to Rhodesia. Her parents were farmers. At 18, she married her first husband, a gentile by the name of Frank Wisdom. In 1943, she divorced him, after having two children, and became a communist. At her commie book club, she met Jew Gottfried Lessing, whom she promptly married and had one son with before divorcing him five years later.
She then fled to England to pursue communist activism, leaving her two goyim children with her father in Africa, and bringing her Jew child with her. She was proud of abandoning her own children, later remarking “For a long time I felt I had done a very brave thing. There is nothing more boring for an intelligent woman than to spend endless amounts of time with small children. I felt I wasn’t the best person to bring them up. I would have ended up an alcoholic or a frustrated intellectual like my mother.”
In 1954, she served as a part of the British delegation to the Soviet Union.
Later in her life, she embraced Sufi Islam.
In her life, she published more than 50 novels championing modernist, post-modernist, communist and feminist themes.
Her early novels attack the apartheid system of South Africa, and eventually got her banned from the country. Her 1962 novel, The Golden Notebook, is considered a ‘bible of feminist thought.’
In 2007, she was awarded the Nobel Prize in literature.
She remained an active proponent of communism until her timely death yesterday.This woman, objectively a traitor, a destroyer of everything that the Western world stands for, is today being celebrated throughout the entire media.
Most vocal in their praise have been the Jews.