July 7, 2017
Feminism is weaponized ugliness
Poland: A bunch of dumb skanks dressed like characters from a show based on a book that has some extremely moronic premises.
There were like 50-60 whores tops at the protest, but for some reason, it’s front-page news on every leftist rag on the internet, and I assume the handful of ones that are still on paper.
Several women donned red capes and white bonnets to protest President Donald Trump’s visit to Poland on Thursday in a demonstration inspired by the Margaret Atwood novel and television series The Handmaid’s Tale.
The activists — inspired by Atwood’s dystopian feminist novel-turned-Hulu sci-fi drama about an oppressive theocracy that forces women to procreate — marched through the streets of Warsaw, Poland, waving rainbow flags and holding signs that read “Dumb Trump.”
This is the widest picture I found of the protest:
50-60 might actually have been an overestimation
The massive crowds cheering Trump were more or less ignored:
Notice the Confederate flag on the lower-left
“We will never become handmaids! We won’t allow it!” read one Twitter post, which featured video of the activists protesting.
Don’t worry, even if that crappy book actually ever becomes true, most men will still have standards.
“The current president of the United States is not only a sexist and a misogynist who often brags about molesting women but also someone who really endangers our Earth,” said one Handmaid-dressed protestor, who also slammed President Trump’s decision to pull the United States of out the UN Paris Climate Accord.
Eons of volcanoes, asteroids, ice ages, earthquakes and non-stop bombardment of space radiation didn’t destroy this planet… But refrigerators and cars will do the trick. Got it.
Last month, dozens of Handmaid’s protesters marched in front of the Capitol in Washington, D.C. to support Planned Parenthood against Congressional Republican efforts to eliminate the abortion provider’s taxpayer funding.
They really like that retarded book, don’t they?
You know, if someone were to ask me what the best arguments are for not letting women vote or have any kind of say in politics at all, I’d put “Caring about an unrealistic fictional dystopia while inviting a real and much worse one in your country” in the top 3.