December 12, 2016

Is “lock her up” chant only “sexist” if the “victim” is liberal?

Ezra LevantRebel Commander
 

After all the "controversy" surrounding the brief "Lock her up" chant at the Rebel's Edmonton rally, I asked National Post columnist Barbara Kay if the left's charges of "sexism" were really warranted.

 

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commented 2016-12-12 16:55:16 -0500
Deborah,

I’m going to assume that you are older than me and that you are happily married (apologies in advance for getting it wrong if this is not the case). I also agree that most women over 50 these days still are fairly normal.

That being said, those ranging from 18 to 40 these days seem utterly broken – narcissistic, shallow, callous, self-centered, judgemental, and totally incapable of logic or self-reflection. This fellow expresses it far better than I ever could…

http://mattforney.com/narcissism-rape-culture-millennial-girls/
commented 2016-12-12 15:47:36 -0500
Dave T – I don’t think you know most women. You only hear about the lunatics but most of us are normal.
commented 2016-12-12 14:31:56 -0500
@glenn Craig,

I have reached that conclusion as well. Since most females have made it abundantly clear that they see us simply as competitors to be crushed by fair means or foul, they get no special treatment from me anymore.

“Chivalry is dead. Women killed it…”
commented 2016-12-12 14:26:34 -0500
How much longer are we going to have to endure this constant “Woe is me!” whining from the feminists?

What kind of cognitive dissonance allows someone to claim “I’m a strong, independent woman! I can do anything! I don’t need you!!!” in one breath, and then bleat “I’m oppressed and need special treatment! If you disagree with anything I say, you’re an evil misogynist!” in the next?

Since the present crop of “Supergrrls” in the media, academia, and politics seem to be too thin-skinned to handle the rough-and-tumble of the real world, might I suggest they take their comfort puppies and Play-Doh, find other ways to amuse themselves, and leave the rest of us alone?
commented 2016-12-12 14:04:55 -0500
I do not owe anybody my vote or my political support as an act of contrition or of bus seat chivalry.
commented 2016-12-12 11:09:41 -0500
Bernard, the Roughneck, Hancock concluded his rant, mainly against the media, yesterday in Calgary saying, “We’re not sexist, we just think that Premier Notley is a moron.”
commented 2016-12-12 10:46:39 -0500
I have a suggestion…two actually…for some interesting REBEL rock turning…

(1) Get an ATIPP report on Status of Women Canada’s grants and give aways and see if academic feminists and places like the Nasty Dyke Book Emporium (no I am not making that up) on Barrington Street in Halifax are back on Santa Taxpayer’s Notley and Nice list….:-)

(2) Did all the fuss about missing aboriginal women actually solve any of these cases…come up with measures to prevent it from happening…or just provide bitching careers for feminists who will then have career investment in keeping the problem chronic.