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Sunday, June 18, 2017
Wife beating isn't a priority anymore
Our Western culture considers itself "feminist", supporting female independence (an "independence" in practice overseen by a benevolent state, funded by Obama's famously-cornucopiac stash). Some foreign cultures, by contrast, figure that a wife is the property of the homestead, which the husband runs like a baronetcy. Giving the woman a few licks of the cane is a remedy for the homestead, a lesson for her, and a salutary example for the community at large. The most pro-woman society prior to modern times was probably ancient Rome, and even the Romans accepted this. [UPDATE 8:10 PM - weev and covertcy.] Islam carries on that tradition to this day.
For whatever reasons, Westerners allow to the Muslims their pre-Hellenic familial definition. All parties dress up this allowance as "sensitivity" but this is humbug; nobody cares about sensitivity. They do care about provoking violence, because a man inured to violence at home is likely to express violence outside it. Oh, and plenty of immigrant-heavy cities happen coincidentally to be short of liquid assets. The money might be coming in, as in London, but the civic leaders have priorities.
Limiting violence by Muslims upon the kuffar is no priority for Mayor Sadiq Khan; he's directed his police budget on monitoring "hate" speech, that is on speech critiquing Sadiq Khan (h/t Sargon). Khan and those like Khan are unlikely to prioritise limits on violence by immigrants upon their own kin, either. So Illinois has been slashing budgets for shelters.
Here in Denver we're also not concerned anymore with wife beating. Here it's not even a crime. And again, it's because immigrant communities are doing the beating, and the Democrats can't afford to lose these demographics.
Overall, I don't much care. I voted against this slide back into the domestic Iron Age, because alt-lite, but then I am not a woman (and was outvoted). It's the women of Denver and the women of Illinois and the women of London who voted for this, the women who paraded their kids in the streets in their pink kitty hats and their "no gender roles" t-shirts, who are now going to feel the back of the hand. Hey, whatever they're into...
They probably don't fully understand themselves what they've gotten into. I'll just say that misogyny starts with women. Women voters should consider not contributing to it.
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