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February 27, 2017

A Day Without SJW FemiNazis - A Protest We Should All Get Behind - The Only Thing Better Than These 'Women' Going On Strike For A Day, Would Be If They Did It For A Year!



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By Susan Duclos - All News PipeLine


Finally a protest that all conservatives should be grateful for. It's official name is "A Day without a woman," but since the only women that seem to be planning on participating in said protest are progressively liberal, crazy, social justice warrior feminists, aka FemiNazis, the protest name is very misleading.

Before taking a look at the type of "women," and yes I use that term loosely, that will be participating in the March 8, 2017 protest, it is very noteworthy who the woman's march group has teamed up with for this event, the first being the co-author of the "militant” manifesto," behind the event.

One of the co-authors of the “militant” manifesto behind the nationwide event is convicted Palestinian terrorist Rasmea Yousef Odeh. Odeh was convicted in Israel in 1970 for being involved in two fatal bombings. Odeh spent 10 years in jail before she was released in a prisoner exchange in 1980.

Another co-author of the manifesto is Angela Davis, a "self-professed communist professor (now retired), who was a supporter of the original Black Panthers and a 1960s radical icon. Davis was prosecuted and acquitted in 1972 for an armed takeover of a California courtroom that resulted in the murder of a judge."

An organizer behind the event is Islamist apologist and activist Linda Sarsour, who once said "Brigitte Gabriel=Ayaan Hirsi Ali. She’s asking 4 an a$$ whippin’. I wish I could take their vaginas away – they don’t deserve to be women."

The group recently released their strike details on how insane, social justice warrior FemiNazis, can join the event, starting with "Women take the day off, from paid and unpaid labor," and "Avoid shopping for one day (with exceptions for small, women- and minority-owned businesses)," and "Wear RED in solidarity with A Day Without A Woman."

The should have added a couple things to it, such as give your husbands a break and don't talk to them for a day! If the "day without immigrants" protest was any indication, the women that do participate in this protest will most likely learn that the economy will still run, the sun will still come up and the world will not stand still just because they decide to take a day off.

Which brings us to what kind of women will be participating in this protest. Two of the most memorable names from the last protest this group sponsored for the day after Trump's inauguration were Ashley "I am a nasty woman" Judd, and "I thought about blowing up the White House" Madonna, which are the first two shown in my video compilation below, along with SJW FemiNazis like "triggly puff, and who can forget the girl (guy?) in green sitting on the ground screaming NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO after Trump was inaugurated.




WHY ARE THEY PROTESTING?

This was a question I couldn't seem to get an answer to no matter how many articles I read, or even their website, which states "we will mark the day by recognizing the enormous value that women of all backgrounds add to our socio-economic system--while receiving lower wages and experiencing greater inequities, vulnerability to discrimination, sexual harassment, and job insecurity."

Lets break that down. I'll agree that women of all backgrounds add to our socio-economic system, at least those that work do, just as men that work do, but I don't see men being so insecure that they need a "strike" day to highlight it.

The wage issue is also not something I personally notice, I get paid just as much as Stefan does, we split the work, we pool finances, we pay our bills. If a woman is not happy with the money she is making in a particular job, get another one, instead of constantly complaining about it. Another point, if they skip work as some type of protest, hopefully just as the immigrants that did so, they will be fired. Not because of their activism, but because anyone skipping work, not performing the job they are paid to do, should be fired.

We see a lot of women quote the "80 cents on the dollar," when complaining about pay gaps between men and women, yet as PayScale points out that number is highly misleading and is far less when they "work the same job and they have similar experience and abilities."  They also find that men's wages grow for a longer period of time, and achieve higher levels than women, on average, because 1) Job Choice - Overall, men and women gravitate toward different careers. The most popular choices for men tend to pay higher than the most popular choices for women and; 2) Women's pay growth stops out-pacing mens's at around age 30, which is when college-educated women typically start having children.

Another interesting side note I found while researching this article is that studies have found that women also tend to spend more than men, with women spending more on "lifestyle" items, while men tend to spend more on items that "hold value."

Vulnerability & Sexual Harassment - As a woman I just do not get that one. To me that is a form of self-victimization. Women can take self defense courses, arm themselves, get trained on how to protect themselves, but "liberal" progressive women tend to be pro-gun control, so they are willingly making themselves more "vulnerable" in their refusal to do everything within their power to be less vulnerable. My brother trains kickboxers, many of them are women, and I can assure you those women are not vulnerable and most likely could lay out anyone that came at them. Many may be shocked to learn that according to results from 2013 by the National Crime Victimization Survey, 38 percent of rape and sexual violence incidents were committed against men by women. Keep in mind also that sexual violence against men is severely under-reported compared to those committed against women. 

Discrimination - While in the past there was undoubtedly discrimination against women, most will be surprised to find out that as of 2016, "about one-third of men now say that they’re facing substantial gender discrimination, and two-thirds say that they’re facing at least a little discrimination."

Once again, we are not seeing a national "A Day without Men" strike being organized and teaming up with militant convicted terrorists, using "discrimination" to justify yet another silly protest.

As to the last thing on their list of "reasons" for SJW FemiNazis to go on strike over, we see "job insecurity."

According to the most recent unemployment numbers by BLS, showing unemployment rate by gender, men and women 16 years and older are both listed as 4.8 percent. The break downs are the most interesting though as men 16 to 19 years old have an unemployment rate of 15.9 percent, yet women 16 to 19 years old have a rate of 14.2 percent. Men 20 to 24 years old have an unemployment rate of 9.3 percent, while women 20 to 24 years old have a rate of 7.1 percent. men. Those patterns change slightly from 25 years and older, where men on average hold a 3.8 percent unemployment rate while women rise to 4.0 percent.

Once again we highlight the statistics about the pay wage gap, which explains this pattern change as women going into their 30's start having children, where some, not all, choose to stay home with their children rather than work if at all possible.

Looking at the historical chart going back to 1991, we see that women and men had equal job stability, except in economic downturns where women had greater job stability than men.

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(Image source- DeptOfNumbers)

What the BLS numbers show is that if anyone should have cause to worry about job insecurity based on gender, men are the ones that suffer from it the most, which basically makes the "Woman's march" website reasoning, "fake" justification to protest.

BOTTOM LINE

As shown with the true facts and figures above, all of the "reasons" listed for this "A Day Without a Woman" strike are all subjective and part of their "victimhood mentality," in order to attempt to justify yet another protest or strike. If these social justice warrior FemiNazis spent half as much time trying to improve their lives as they did complaining and acting like they were born victims, they wouldn't be such miserable human beings.

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