The most shocking thing about the mass rape and sexual assault rampage that took place across Europe (most notably in Cologne) on New Year’s Eve is the almost complete silence from feminists. Those feminists who did comment defended the rapists, taking their lead, no doubt, from the Mayor of Cologne, who suggested women keep “an arm’s length” away from men to avoid being raped, sparking the hashtag #EinArmLaenge, where Germans vented their rage at the complete mayhem one million migrants has caused in German society.
Rape is just the tip of the iceberg.
There are a few interesting things to unpack in the response, or lack thereof, to the Cologne rapes. First of all, Cologne makes it frighteningly clear what rape culture looks like, and simultaneously demonstrates that we live in nothing even approaching a rape culture in the West. That feminists and have been bleating and moaning over essentially nothing is hardly shocking, since “bleating and moaning over nothing” is pretty much a job description for feminist, but their eerie silence on the Cologne rapes is telling. The most notable feminist media whackjob to even address the issue is Australia’s Clementine Ford. Let’s keep in mind that Clemmie had a man fired for calling her a slut on Facebook. That’s the rape culture she lives in.
Clementine acknowledges that roaming gangs of white men who grope and grab and rape women while the police stand around and watch because they are helpless to do anything, are non-existent, but one time when she was 18 some bogan grabbed her crotch (allegedly), and that’s pretty much the same thing. “It’s true that attacks of this size are a rarity. However, behaviour this blatant is not. Ask any woman you know and she’ll tell you about being grabbed in the street, at the pub, on the train, in the shops. The first time I went to a nightclub when I was 18, a man walked past me in the dark and casually shoved his hand between my legs and cupped my genitals.”
Try asking me, Clem. I have never been grabbed in the street, at the pub, on a train or in the shops, and I have lived for extended periods of time in Australia, England, China, Greece and Germany. German men are the least likely to engage in that kind of behaviour, particularly with perfect strangers. Even the obvious, drunken louts in Australia and England never laid a hand on me. Lots of sloppy, blown kisses and “sweet’arts” and “luvs” were thrown about, but they were meant as compliments and since I’m not some ridiculous, shreiky feminist, I took them as such and carried on. Chinese men were basically terrified of me, and while Greek men are quick to offer compliments and suggest dates, not one ever assaulted me, or took my firm but pleasant “thanks, but no” as anything other than final. Yes, I understand this is my personal experience, and I also comprehend that my personality, demeanor and comportment do not invite disrespectful treatment, and my experience is not universal.
Neither is yours.
That’s because we don’t live in a rape culture. There is no scenario in any Western country where men are free to get drunk, gather in thousand strong groups and wilfully assault women while law enforcement stands around. Men are not even allowed to call women “slut” on Facebook without running the risk of getting fired! That’s rather the opposite of rape culture. More like feminazi culture.
German feminists were quick to excuse the behavior of the gangs on the grounds that they’re migrants and they’ve been through a lot and they feel upset. Yes, when I feel upset, I get belligerently drunk, gather with a thousand of my closest girlfriends and start stripping random men in the street, while shoving everything I can into their available orifices. Other feminists decided that 1000 raging rapists was just a small percentage of all migrants, and we mustn’t tar them all with the same brush. Ford jumped on that bandwagon, too. “That the attackers have all been described as being of Arab or North African descent has been eagerly embraced by conservative commentators, anti-immigration campaigners and garden variety racists. And yet, no evidence has emerged yet which suggests this heinous, frightening activity was coordinated solely by new arrivals in Germany. Even if it were, over one million people entered Germany last year – a portion of 1000 of them accounts for 0.1 per cent of that number.”
It amuses me endlessly that feminists don’t appear to understand that Muslim is not a race, and their accusations of racism are subsequently both wrong and stupid. Islamophobic would be the more accurate word, but connecting words with meanings is not exactly a strong suit for feminists. I like Ayann Hirsi Ali’s explanation of Islamophobia:
And this is the heart of the matter. Is Islam compatible with the core values of liberal democracy? Rape is indeed the tip of the iceberg. Can you be Muslim and reject Sharia Law? Can you be Muslim and accept that laws are written by the people, for the people, and are not dictated by God? Christianity has evolved into a “moral filter”, as Steven Crowder puts it. It’s a way of life. Can Islam do the same? It’s not looking hopeful.
Crowder notes that the problem is not with radical, extremist Islam, but average, mainstream Islam.
Christianity also expressly allows for the legitimate need of a moral government outside of the purview of God. Jesus himself submitted to the authority of a legal system that had him crucified. He instructed his followers to do the same.
Islam, by contrast, is not just a religion, it’s a political system with its own laws (Sharia). A political system supported by a majority of Muslims in not only Syria, but Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Pakistan, Egypt, Indonesia, the list goes on and on.
Again we’re not talking terrorists, we’re talking mainstream.
In the following days, I expect to see feminists begin to draw comparisons between Western men and Muslim men, insisting that Western men are just as bad, if not worse, than Muslim men, and as a logical consequence, Western women are more victimized than Muslim women. The absence of roaming packs of rapists and the dearth of public canings and stonings will present little obstacle to the professional victim class. I guarantee you, that without an ounce of shame or self-awareness, rich, white, pampered feminists will proclaim their lives so much harder than the lives Muslim women must eke out under the laws of their religion. I predict Jessica Valenti will lead the pack, because no one has a harder life than Jessica Valenti. She had to wrap Christmas presents, dammit, and not because her husband didn’t offer to do it, but because he does it wrong. #TheSufferingIsReal
There are solutions to the problems Cologne is a mere harbinger for. For one thing, close the borders and remove the migrants. There are only a million of them. Rounding up millions of undesirables is a skill Germany has on its CV, after all. Underpinning the migrant crisis, of course, is the demographic crisis all of Europe is facing. By liberating women from motherhood, Europe has committed suicide. That’s not a hard situation to reverse, either, quite frankly.
Pay women to have children.
All those billions you’re handing out to hordes of rapists who want to destroy your culture? Give it to women who have children, instead. And not just any women. The right ones. Educated, married, ethnically German. Have six children, get a million marks. This isn’t that hard, but it will require an angry Germany. Angry Germany tends to respond with drastic, and very effective measures. That is not, in and of itself, a bad thing. As long as the moral compass is pointed in the right direction, it’s a strength, and given the thousands of American servicemen who are on the ground in Germany, it won’t be hard to monitor.
Germany has been so effectively war-shamed, they are terrified to respond, even when women are being openly and horrifically assaulted in the street. German fear turns to anger, eventually (Versailles Treaty, anyone?), but time is of the essence here. Germany has one generation to fix this problem, or they are lost. Ethnic Germans will be the minority and the Bundestag will institute Sharia Law on everyone. Even if that happens, all is not lost. We’ll just have to make Germany a new homeland. Wouldn’t that be a historical irony?
Minnesota should do. It’s quite lovely there.
Let’s pray it doesn’t get to that. Another historical irony: the German War Machine arises, this time to protect the Jews and defeat their historical enemy. I propose that Germans begin today to sew Yellow Stars onto their clothing as a symbol of their resistance to the Islamification of Germany. And then, do it. Resist.
You have no other choice, Germany. Resist or die. Are you now going to be the Jews to the slaughter because your ancestors were once the sworn enemies of the Jews? Remember your past, but do not let it determine your future. And if you can’t do it? Minneapolis awaits. Could you turn the lights out before you leave?
And disarm the nukes while you’re at it.
Lots of love,