Where are the women? Where are the women’s rights fulla shitniks?
The perception of the American woman, once perceived as the avant garde of modernity and freedom, have become indistinguishable from their cowed counterparts across the world. Just this past week, we saw hundreds of thousands of moronic zombie women marching against what exactly? They don’t even know. It was a woe-is-me-we-lost-the-election demo on President Trump’s one year anniversary — a year that saw tremendous gains for this country (here and here and even here). And for what? What is their platform, their issue, their gripe? Trump. It’s the same temper tantrum these losers have been whining about for the past year — losing the election. And yet these same women say nothing and do nothing for the women in fighting and dying for freedom in Iran. Real misogyny. Real slavery. These whining losers say nothing about the left-wing officials at say Michigan State University who sacrificed our best and brightest athletes to a serial sex abuser, Larry Nassar. They say nothing about the real issues women face — they are the problem women face. Instead, they choose misogynist, sharia, enforces like terror-tied Linda Sarsour for their leadership. They partner with terror groups such as CAIR.
American “feminism” is anti-women.
Like Neda Soltan, this icon for freedom has been snuffed out by the Islamic rulers in Iran.
While here in America, the icon for the women’s movement, is the subjugated, garment of submission — the hijab.
It shouldn’t be called the women’s march, because millions of us (thinking women) reject the march of the mindless.
Iranian woman who bravely stood on a pillar box in Tehran waving her hijab is ‘missing’ and feared arrested, lawyer says
The Iranian woman who protested the country’s ‘modesty’ dress code by standing on a pillar box in Tehran and waving a hijab, is missing and feared to have been arrested.
She had taken off her white headscarf and tied it to a stick in an apparent reference to the ‘White Wednesday’ protests against clothing restrictions on women in Iran.
Not covering your hair in public is a punishable offense for Iranian women, and the unnamed protester, a 31-year-old mother-of-one, is believed to have been arrested by police.
The woman has not been seen since the video of her standing on the pillar box on one of the city’s busiest thoroughfares, without a headscarf or long coat as required under Islamic law, went viral.
The video, widely shared on social media, showed her waving a white scarf in a solemn and brave protest.
The video and images of the woman are thought to have been taken on December 27, a day before economic protests broke out across the country, which helped the images go viral even though they were apparently unconnected.
Thousands of social media users have shared messages, dubbing her the ‘Girl of Enghelab Street’ after the area in central Tehran where she staged the protest.
Using the hashtag ‘#Where_is_she?’, supporters have been sharing the video and images of the woman, demanding that authorities reveal her whereabouts.
Graphic illustrations show her fighting dragons and using her hijab as a weapon against police batons.
Others have been inspired by her brave protest, and copied her act of defiance by filming themselves waving their headscarf in public.
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