Columnist Calls Dutch Cowards, Demands World War for Women

by W.F. Price on August 4, 2010

Writing for Forbes, Abigail Esman is making a call to arms on behalf of the world’s women, and she’s gong about it by doling out a hefty dose of shame. Directly in her crosshairs are the Dutch, whom she taunts for losing to the Nazis in 1940 in a mere five days. Well, you try defending against a heavily armed, aggressive neighbor with the latest weapons and an enormous army on a flat, low-lying plain. It would be like the state of New Jersey trying to hold off the US armed forces.

Here she is slamming the Dutch:

Of course, that the Dutch would retreat in the face of such aggression should hardly be surprising: This, after all, was the country that reduced its military after World War I, relying on other countries to come to its defense if needed; and which resisted Nazi forces for a whopping five days before surrendering on May 15, 1940. By the end of the war, 110,000 of Holland’s 140,000 Jews–80%–had been exterminated.

Then, absurdly, Esman takes the Nazi analogy even further:

But it is our fight. That fight belongs to every country of the world where women live. Because the Taliban are not just a national movement: They are a part of a worldwide and growing effort to establish Islamist rule, a renewed Caliphate, as Nazi Germany sought Aryan domination uber alles. True, the Taliban do not run concentration camps. But for the women who cannot leave their homes, who exist as veiled and faceless entities, who live in fear of being raped and then stoned to death for the crime of being unable to ward off their attacker, is there really any difference?

This is just too much. If she can’t tell the difference between genocide and making women wear the burkah in public, why is this woman writing for Forbes? Furthermore, to compare contemporary Afghans – and even the Khalifa movement – to Nazi Germany shows a delusional mentality. Mid-20th century Germany was one of the most technologically advanced societies in the world, had a skilled and well-educated populace, and was capable of putting a massive, sophisticated army on the field. Taliban controlled Afghanistan, on the other hand, has one of the world’s lowest literacy rates, is severely underdeveloped, and cannot project military power further than the range of an RPG. I doubt they even have a Cessna, and I think their armored cavalry consists of a fleet of donkeys pulling PK guns.

Finally, she writes that if we don’t stop the Taliban, American and Dutch women will be subject to the horrors of the life of a Pashtun peasant maiden, possibly cooking dinner over an livestock dung fire, being forced to wear unfashionable clothes, etc.

As the Taliban succeed, their power across Afghanistan will spread; and with that, similar movements, inspired by their achievements, will gain strength–indeed, already are gaining strength–across the region, in countries from Somalia to Iran, and onward to Holland and the U.S.A.

There will be women there, as well.

We must not abandon them.

It really is starting to look as though the biggest hawks in America today are feminists. This should alert men to the real dangers of feminists in power; when they’ve had their way with their enemies abroad, I can imagine that they’d want the guns turned on us.

If anything, this shows the feminist claims that female rule would usher in an era of peace and mutual goodwill for the lies they are.

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Roland3337 August 4, 2010 at 12:39

Wow…the only thing that she missed is mention of a white feather for any man that dares to disagree with her.

If she’s so damned concerned about the women over there, why isn’t she (or any of her sistas) getting fitted for assault rifles and body armor, and catching the next plane to Kabul?

Blowhard twat.

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NURBS August 4, 2010 at 13:06

Is this a call to arms for women to exclusively go fight this war instead of men? If not she should shut the fuck up. Men are dying and being made disabled over there, if she wants to keep the fight going why doesn’t she and and her sisters go fight the taliban? Why aren’t feminists issuing a rally cry to women of the west to go lay down their lives for women in Afganistan? Because women are gutless cowards. As usual the gutless filth want men to do the dirty work. Men should leave the military they are just being used as cannon fodder for the elites, which only look after the interests of women, not men. If women want the war to continue they can go fight it on their own.

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The Truth August 4, 2010 at 13:07

Let’s ship this harpy and her feminut sisters to Kabul. They can fight and win their own battles cuz goddarnit they’re just as good as men if not better.

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Snark August 4, 2010 at 13:08

Two words will suffice as response to these kind of ‘demands’.

Fuck women.

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trent13 August 4, 2010 at 13:42

@Roland

Oh any feminist worth her salt, were she compelled to honestly answer would say, “why waste quality resources when there are males around whom we can maneuver into sending instead? Oh, it’s our fight – but we’re not stupid. Diabolical, but not stupid.”

At times they are extremely politically savvy – look at what they have accomplished, but just like Satan who somehow thought he could beat God, even knowing God was, well, God, they are also stupid and illogical.

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Anonymous August 4, 2010 at 13:49

A Jewish feminist? Spewing illogic even a mentally subnormal pigknobber could refute, yet somehow gets nationwide coverage? The war to be fought by people who she wouldn’t rub shit on if she met them in the course of her daily round?

How rare.

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Anonymous Reader August 4, 2010 at 14:02

Back in the late 1970′s, after feminism had started doing damage to every institution created by men, after endless calls to downsize the military & make the Air Force have to hold bake sales to buy bombers, all of a sudden the feministas discovered that girls in Somalia and parts of the Sudan routinely had their vaginas sliced up and sewn nearly shut. Suddenly, there were calls that “someone should do something”. Men should just make that stop, dammit! Just go over there and do something!

The fact that the US military wasn’t capable of doing anything in any part of Africa or south Asia was obvious, given the failure of the attempt to rescue hostages held by Iranian Moslems in Tehran. But that didn’t matter. The girls stamped their feet and screeched, and demanded that Something Must Be Done!. Of course, nothing was, because frankly it wasn’t all that important, as mutilation of girls genitals is part of that Islamic subculture and has been for, oh, 1,000 years or so. Not too long afterwards, suddenly the feministas decided that veterans shouldn’t get preference in civil service jobs, and that became the hot new topic, along with “equal pay for work of comparable value”, i.e. central control of all wages in the US.

So here we are again, with la feministas screeching about what evils have befallen women halfway around the planet, and demanding Something Must Be Done. Guess it’s time to get my old bell-bottoms out & look for the disco ball. Hope all the shirts still fit.

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BoxANT August 4, 2010 at 14:04

So, let me get this straight.

She wants us to send more of our men (boys really), to kill their men and to be killed.

If this is not the ultimate “you and him fight” bitch move, then I don’t know what is.

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Rebel August 4, 2010 at 14:08

Delirium tremens. That’s what this is.

I’m more concerned about knowing the identity of the one(s) who manipulate this golem than the nonsense coming out of her mouth (or pen).

This woman here is obviously deranged. She is a puppet. Whose hands are connected to the string?

Why did Forbes publish that?

They knew what they were doing. Abigail Esman has made a fool of herself and of feminism.

Anyone with only 2 cents of common sense can see the fallacies she expressed.

It think that statements like those made by Abigail set feminism back a few steps.
Maybes Forbes magazine is fighting on a different front. The stealth front.
They would then be true to Sun Tzu’s teachings.

Things are not always what they seem.

Disinformation and Political Correctness are two powerful weapons.

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Guyyyy$ August 4, 2010 at 14:17

Manginas are just the same… look at this guy over on True/Slant…. he says…

“he implicit sexism of the language has favored the male of the species for centuries; reversing that polarity gives women their day in the sun”

I’m referring to the comments section of the following article.

http://trueslant.com/markdery/2010/08/02/goodbye-to-all-this-on-leaving-trueslant/#comment-266

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Szebran August 4, 2010 at 14:28

The war should have been about killing al qaeda leaders, not the plight of Afghan women. If Esman wants to fight for Afghan women then somebody should tell her to STFU and enlist in the military. They’d be happy to ship her over there.

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Keyster August 4, 2010 at 14:54

“Why did Forbes publish that?”
It’s the new justification for staying in a war that really is about sustaining employment and the economy. The military industrial complex is doing very well thanks to the “war on terror”. If we bugged out our economy would collapse from unemployment. It’s close to doing that already. This, eventually, is at the heart of any war abroad.

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Anonymous Reader August 4, 2010 at 15:31

Keyster reminds me of something. Anyone here think it is an accident that this “save teh wimminz” article in Forbes came out less than a week after “TIME” put a pretty Afghani woman with part of her nose cut off on the cover?

Yeah, me either. It’s a coordinated media campaign.

Szebran is right, the original justification for invading Afghanistan was to find and kill or capture the leadership of the al Queda organization that was responsible for the attack on Sept. 11, 2001 on the United States. Then, thanks to mission creep, it became a “hearts and minds” counterinsurgency intended to keep the Taliban (who are a creation of the Pakistani intelligence service, ISI) from taking the country back over again. Now it’s all about protecting teh wimmenz. You know what that looks like? Looks like the leaders of the United States don’t have faith in their war anymore, and have decided to resort to pretty crude propaganda in order to keep support for it.

I mean, really, American men are supposed to go kill Afghani men so that the latter won’t cut noses off of their women any more? This is the national interest of the United States, that Afghani men, who ain’t changed all that much in the last 500 years or so, will treat their wimminz better?

Looks to me like that war is about to be lost.

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Racer X August 4, 2010 at 15:31

Whatever the moral questions are regarding WWII, the Germans had the best looking uniforms.

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TFH August 4, 2010 at 15:41

Welmer,

This article will make even your battle-hardened mind bristle :

‘Labor Market unfair to Mothers’ :
http://www.nytimes.com/2010/08/04/business/economy/04leonhardt.html?src=me&ref=business

Note that :
a) It is written by a mangina, rather than a female.
b) No mention that the labor market is even more unfair to fathers, who not only don’t have all the single mother subsidies, but have a Sword of Damocles in the form of the Bradley Amendment hanging over them.
c) All the tired old lies about too few female CEOs, but no menton of men being 90% of all workplace fatalities, etc. But written by a MAN (a mangina).

Everyone,

If you have NYT login capabilities, please invade the comments section and post links that debunk this stupidity.

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Paradoxotaur August 4, 2010 at 16:13

TFH- I saw that today in the newsprint version at the coffee shop. My strongest impression is that most of the asserted problems would disappear if women changed one simple aspect of their behavior- to assume the responsibilities of supporting a stay-at-home husband and their children while she’s off pursuing her career.

This one, simple change, totally within the ability of any of the high-earning women featured in the article, would have allowed them to have a family and a career. Of course, that would probably require that the woman marry a man with lower economic status/earning capacity than her. And to lose the “primary caregiver” golden key sweepstakes in any divorce. And to subject them to losing their home and children when hubby decides Ms. Career isn’t meeting his emotional needs and seeks a younger, hotter woman who understands him better. And we all know how likely that is. Are women just incapable of adapting to such a social change?

The author lost credibility early, but went off the cliff with this: “Men and women also paid a similar career price for taking off or working part time”. BS. Imagine, as a man, showing up for a job interview and having to explain a 1-2 year gap in employment with “I stayed home to care for our young children.” Mothers can do this with relative impunity, compared to the consequences similarly situated fathers would face.

I also found it amusing that he cited female obstetric group practice, as I have known several women who went totally gonzo nutzoid when they found out the (female) obstetrician they’d been seeing for months was off on vacation and a complete stranger (the fill-in female obstetrician) would be attending the birth of her child.

Regarding women being “more likely” to take flex time or job sharing- when I was a cubicle drone, my company instituted a job sharing program. It was run exclusively by women, for women. Not a single man was allowed in the program. Since it was not made available to men, women were more likely to take advantage of it. These same job-sharing women then immediately spun around and claimed that it was sexist that the men who worked a full job were being paid more than them.

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Avenger August 4, 2010 at 17:25

Welmer wrote, Well, you try defending against a heavily armed, aggressive neighbor with the latest weapons and an enormous army on a flat, low-lying plain. It would be like the state of New Jersey trying to hold off the US armed forces.
Actually, Jersey would have a better chance by far. Half of Holland has been reclaimed from the sea over the past 300 yrs (it’s twice as large as 300 yrs ago)The Nazis could have blown up the dykes and flooded a lot of the country. Jersey is flat near the coast but there are still a lot of large hills and small mountains in the west and these positions would be hard to take. They have the Hudson river on one side with the cliffs of the Palisades and the ocean(no dykes there) and the Delaware rive in the souh and west (remember Washington crossed it to get the Hessians?)
So the Dutch were even more vulnerable, it’s not even close.

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ZenCo. August 4, 2010 at 17:25

I admit I have a lot to learn.
That said, who here would disagree with my assertion that any man who has lost a body part in this useless war should have the right to work this cunt over with a Manhattan Yellow Pages?
Really.

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piercedhead August 4, 2010 at 17:26

I can see people generally supporting a war if they think the enemy is some kind of military threat to themselves – this is how the presence of Afghanistan was initially presented. The Afghans were hosting Al Queda, and it was they who were involved in 9/11. But I don’t see any general support for a war to raise the living standards of foreign women – only a few lunatics would consider such a massive cost justifiable. So if we’re prepared to admit that the media is co-ordinating public opinion, then it’s not likely that we are being set up to accept a war to be fought for women’s rights. It’s more likely that we are being influenced to want to withdraw completely, and to think our desire to withdraw conforms with good sense. Expect your politicians to make an announcement that aligns with your desires soon (that’s if you really believe Time magazine et al are in cahoots with Washington).

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john halder August 4, 2010 at 17:27

this doesnt upset me one bit.
why? because their are plenty, tens of millions in fact, of women AND men
who moronically believe that ‘if we dont fight them over there, we’ll have to fight them here’.
fuck people that believe in sci fi, men and women.

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NWOslave August 4, 2010 at 17:33

First of all the “goal” was never about bringing bin laden to justice. The “goal” was never about bringing peace or stability to the region. The only reason were there is to destabilize the region by bringing the fractional reserve banking system and the feminist/homosexual agenda.

All you ever hear about is how Islam is oppresive to women. Well over there they call american women whores and america is the great satan. Living here in the states one has to admit that they are right. Our women are whores and were an imperial power stomping whoever the Pharisee’s tell us.

None of this is new, if you know your history this same thing has happened over and over all at the instigation of the Pharisee’s. Oh, if anyone is going to jump on the anti-semetic bandwagon keep in mind that of the millions of poeple calling themselves Jews over 90% are Khazars another 5 or 6% are Berbers. The actual number of people with any Hebrew decent is quite small. So if you go back in time to the original population and crunch the numbers (world population growth is .4% per year).

The Pharisee’s are of no particular decent although most of them today are Ahkenazi”s (Kazarian Decent). Basically a whole nation of people that converted to Talmudism about 1300 years ago. The Talmud is NOT the Torah, (even though they have tried to incorporate themselves into the religion of Y-hw-h). If ya want a frightening read of sodomy, slavery, death, usury and every perversion imaginable pick up a Talmud.

If you know your history you will see this same cycle of usury (fractional banking), sodomy (the mainstreaming of homosexuality), feminism (the moral and spritual superiority of women to the point of godhood), racism (portraying a minority as oppressed to promote violence and guilt). Behind it all you will find the Pharisee’s. After all they’ve had 5,000 years of trial and error to get it down pat.

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Charles Martel August 4, 2010 at 18:39

“Yeah, me either. It’s a coordinated media campaign.”

+1 on that.

Oh, the delicious irony of this article. Abigail Esman castigates Dutch men for their unwillingness to die in defense of Afghan women. Meanwhile, a true Dutch hero, Geert Wilders, is facing hate crimes charges brought by the feminized, socialist Dutch government for attempting to defend DUTCH women from the advance of the Islamic Global Caliphate.

The feminists are tying themselves in logical knots as they demand chivalry when it suits them while simultaneously asserting their independence.

Abigail Esman should focus a little closer to home. Watching Europe die has become a sick spectator sport. The Netherlands might be the first country to go Sharia.

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trent13 August 4, 2010 at 18:41

Are women just incapable of adapting to such a social change?

Pretty much; feminists like to think they are capable of it, because they think if they are incapable of it, it makes them less valuable to society – which also just goes to show that feminists, whether they like it or not, already look up to men (in a skewed fashion for men aren’t women, nor women, men) as setting the bar on valuable citizenry. It’s ingrained in female nature to look up to men, and when feminists confuse looking up to men with the belief that men are intrinsically more valuable to society than women are, more than anything, that is what really gets to them and is at the heart of all their rabid feminist “men have always been subjecting women to this, that, and the other” crap. So stupid. A world full of women and no men or vice versa, would just die – so I don’t get why they are so determined to draw equal, parallel, comparisons between the sexes – the necessary differences are so obvious.

Anyone who was raised with a career mother can see a constant struggle between the natural pull of mothering and the vain attempt at trying to fill the void of their lack of fulfillment at mothering with success in their career. When they fail at one or the other or are mediocre at both, they are unhappy and miserable, suffering a guilt complex which they won’t admit to, and they ultimately blame it on their unfortunate spouse. This then leads to a whole other host of b.s.

Women are incapable of satisfactorily performing the functions of laboring bread-winner, just like men are incapable of satisfactorily performing the functions of nurturer. Somehow the child will always suffer for it.

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trent13 August 4, 2010 at 18:43

Women are incapable of satisfactorily performing the functions of laboring bread-winner, just like men are incapable of satisfactorily performing the functions of nurturer.

Oh, and there’s no shame in that, why do people always get upset when the limitations of their sex are brought up?

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typhonblue August 4, 2010 at 18:52

So they’re sending men to kill other men in order to get them to treat women better.

Hmm… I don’t see much of a decrease in net human suffering here. Oh, wait. Silly me.

I forgot the suffering of men doesn’t count towards _human_ suffering.

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trent13 August 4, 2010 at 19:20

I forgot the suffering of men doesn’t count towards _human_ suffering.

They must think of men as some sort of robots – slave robots or something. If a woman ever gets in charge of our armed forces…I hope all the men jump ship b/c they are going to killed without even having the pretense of a righteous cause if they don’t.

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Rob August 4, 2010 at 19:36

If you ain’t Dutch, you ain’t much.

Btw, the Dutch seem to have lost that “liberal appeal” that has characterized their nation since their golden age in the 1600′s. All of the religious and political refugees of Europe used to flee to Amsterdam for freedom, and then choose other points of the world after that – places like America or Africa. (See the Hugenots).

But today, the “free” Dutch send “Abortion Ships” to countries that don’t have legal abortion… they load the women onboard and sail the 12 miles (or whatever) out to sea to international waters, perform the abortions, and then sail back to port to drop off these poor waifs of women – even though they live in countries like Nicaragua which have democraticaly elected Governments which happen to reflect the values of the 80% Catholic population…

The Dutch have lost their sense of diversity that created their country’s character, and have now become zealots imposing their will on other FREE nations. Someone should attack them for it, cause they deserve it!

Fuck ‘em.

Hopefully, this author will take a trip to “the Dam” to get euthenized all legal like, like my one uncle did.

Most of the Dutch people I know (I’m first generation Dutch) in North America claim they don’t even recognize their homeland anymore, and not many are willing to associate with their politics anymore.

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Welmer August 4, 2010 at 19:44

Most of the Dutch people I know (I’m first generation Dutch) in North America claim they don’t even recognize their homeland anymore, and not many are willing to associate with their politics anymore.

-Rob

Rob, have you ever been to Linden, WA? Right across the border from BC in Whatcom County.

Linden was founded by Dutch immigrants, and is one of the most conservative towns in the Pac. NW, if not the entire US.

Seems there are a lot of contradictions with the Dutch. BTW, I’ve got a few Dutch ancestors — old colonial pioneers from waaaay back. Probably 17th century New York settlers. They subsequently made their way to Illinois in the early years of the old Republic.

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Carnivore August 4, 2010 at 19:53

This is an interesting development – the second women-are-being-hurt-over-there-so-we-have-to-stay article in such a short time. Our handlers must be getting nervous because the serfs want a pullout, but this is such a clumsy attempt at beating the war drum. It can only appeal to white knights. You’d think they’d try something with broader appeal, but there isn’t much left, I guess.

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Jansen August 4, 2010 at 20:13

After reading that article, I had to laugh for a few moments. First, it seems Esman is not even up to speed on what is happening in my country – the Department of Defense is broke, it has no money! It can not even pay its new recruits the salary they were promised upon being hired or buy new bullets.

Not too mention that we do not even have a government at this time and the current one demissionair. I am glad our soldiers are coming home, my brother being one of them and this stuckup c*nt can blow me.

@Welmer: I will add that town to my destinations for next year. Was thinking of going back to America for another tour. Thank you for mentioning it.

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Welmer August 4, 2010 at 20:22

@Welmer: I will add that town to my destinations for next year. Was thinking of going back to America for another tour. Thank you for mentioning it.

Jansen, forgive me, the spelling was off.

It’s “Lynden.”

Here’s the Wikipedia page:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lynden,_Washington

If you do visit, be sure to tour State Route 20 and the North Cascades National Park. Some of the most rugged, beautiful mountains in North America, and there are absolutely gorgeous valleys and rivers – full of deer and fish – on the inland side.

If you choose to visit in spring, you can drive down to Skagit Valley for the tulip festival. Despite Western Washington’s stupid politics, it is a stunningly beautiful place.

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Robert in Arabia August 4, 2010 at 20:39

Does anyone believe that the Netherlands would be turning into a non-European country if Stalin’s allies had not “liberated” the Dutch?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J6m_pvDV4JI&feature=related

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Keyster August 4, 2010 at 21:02

You’d think they’d try something with broader appeal, but there isn’t much left, I guess.

The heroin trade is brought up now and then but no one seems to care, unlike cocaine in Columbia which is the battle front for the “war on drugs”.

NOTHING has broader appeal than liberating women and girls from the heathenous and oppressive Taliban. No one will dare question it; which is why it works so well. This is carefully being positioned as a war of honor for the women of Afganistan, that men pay for with life and limb. War sustains the economy, it must be justified. The elitist media is giving Obama cover.

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jpeditor August 4, 2010 at 21:40

Some parts of your criticism are odd:

“Mid-20th century Germany was one of the most technology advanced societies in the world, had a skilled and well-educated populace, and was capable of putting a massive, sophisticated army on the field”…

And the Taliban were 10 miles from Pakistan’s nukes sites a few months ago, and Pakistan and Iran combined today aren’t so far behind where Germany was in WW2 (they already have nukes), and THEY SUPPORT THE TALIBAN.

So stay in your bunker and smirk at some of this idiot woman’s faulty logic, but ignore the Taliban at your own peril.

PS – I agree the woman is very inconsistent but if the point of the content here is part and parcel with the NAZI FELLATIO youtube posted above, I shit on you as much as on her.

My father killed as many nazis as possible and I am proud of it. The fact that liberated Holland went left is NOT AN EXCUSE TO GLORIFY HITLER, who LOVED JIHADIS.

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Rob August 4, 2010 at 21:47

Rob, have you ever been to Linden, WA? Right across the border from BC in Whatcom County.

Linden was founded by Dutch immigrants, and is one of the most conservative towns in the Pac. NW, if not the entire US.

Seems there are a lot of contradictions with the Dutch. BTW, I’ve got a few Dutch ancestors — old colonial pioneers from waaaay back. Probably 17th century New York settlers. They subsequently made their way to Illinois in the early years of the old Republic.”

Never been to Lynden, although, I’ve heard about it lots because lots of Dutch-Canadians enjoy travelling there for a day.

There ARE lots of contradictions with the Dutch – probably a result of their free-state status.

But, this wasn’t the way it was, even back then.

What has happened is that most of the Dutch immigrants from the 50′s and 60′s, left Holland during their highly conservative reconstruction period after the war. Canada (and I think America, and even Oz), wanted more immigrants to fill their empty lands, and since Canada particularly liberated the Dutch during WWII, and we have a “special” relationship, the Canadian gov’t offered the Dutch people free passage, plus $50, to immigrate to Canada and make a go of it.

To my parents, this was a dream, since they worshipped the ground the Canadians walked upon, after they were liberated by them.

This is how most people from Holland immigrated here… BUT, they left 1950′s Holland, back in the day and they thought they might never see their homeland again (they had to take a boat – and then a train and then… well, it was more than a month long trip!)

So, what has happened is that most of the Dutch Immigrants – Lynden too, I would imagine, have left 1950′s Holland and then immersed into North American culture… and now, 50 or 60 years later, the two populations have diverged. The North Amercian Dutch are still HIGHLY conservative (and church going) whilst their homeland has devolved into any sort of whim the population wishes.

The people from Holland living in North America are, as is often noted by us young ‘uns, are still living in 1950′s Holland’s moral values (that is what they are holding onto from “the Homeland”) while in the meantime, the homeland has morphed into something they hardly even recognize.

The “real” Dutch are here in North America… who knows what the hell they have going on over there!?!

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luvsic August 4, 2010 at 22:04

Terrific summary, Welmer.

Those who haven’t, please make your way to Forbes and comment on this trash.

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Welmer August 4, 2010 at 22:46

And the Taliban were 10 miles from Pakistan’s nukes sites a few months ago, and Pakistan and Iran combined today aren’t so far behind where Germany was in WW2 (they already have nukes), and THEY SUPPORT THE TALIBAN.

-jpeditor

No, they don’t. Iran nearly went to war with the Taliban just over ten years ago, and Pakistan is at war with them today. Only in the fantasies of the ill-informed is there anything more than a mirage of functional cooperation between Muslim states in the region.

PS – I agree the woman is very inconsistent but if the point of the content here is part and parcel with the NAZI FELLATIO youtube posted above, I shit on you as much as on her.

Well isn’t that a pleasant sentiment. Read the comment policy disclaimer:

comments are solely the opinion of the commenter, and therefore do not have anything to do with the editorial policy of The Spearhead.

We do what we can with moderation, but just for future reference, polite requests are far more likely to result in action.

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POIUYT August 4, 2010 at 22:48

Is there any part of this womans article calling for females themselves to also take up arms, voluteer as soldiers or take any personal responsibility for the neccessary bloodshed or personal stake in the nescessary killing this her world war for women will require as she requires and asks of men ?

I thought not …

… Wanting more and more and more for nothing on their part in return, she is just another stupid woman not only bloated but also deluded by the free food, drink, shelter, clothing and get-out-of-jail cards liberally dolled out to females on account of their gender, not knowing nor caring that these collosal goodies for women come about as a result of the effort of work, sweat and death by men.

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Anonymous August 4, 2010 at 23:52

This would be easier to understand under context.

I spend half my year in southern France (the few places that an anglophone can get away with not being able to speak french), and half my year in Canada where I am inundated with American news.

Moslems are changing Europe much like Mexican’s are in the U.S. In some ways it is just change but for someone watching the change it’s not always for the better. In the end it’s pretty much the same thing.

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Robert August 5, 2010 at 01:00

Problem is gentleman, that excepting her incompetence at military affairs in assessing the ability of the Dutch to resist Germany (she should critique the French if anyone), she has a point.

Oh the Taliban may never be a real problem in the U.S. But Islamization IS. It might not happen in OUR lifetimes. But what good is it for us to be free and happy today, if by our inaction against Islamization, the curse of that vile and twisted faith takes over the lives of our great grandchildren, and curses them as it has cursed the whole of the middle east and is spreading its filth throughout europe right now.

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Snark August 5, 2010 at 02:05

Women are incapable of satisfactorily performing the functions of laboring bread-winner, just like men are incapable of satisfactorily performing the functions of nurturer.

Bullshit, men can do anything. Most men I know are awesome fathers. And I know more than a few crappy mothers. (Take note, when kids die, it’s almost always due to abuse or neglect on the mother’s part. Nurturing? Right.)

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Snark August 5, 2010 at 02:06

Oh, and there’s no shame in that, why do people always get upset when the limitations of their sex are brought up?

You social conservatives aren’t going to like the near future any more than the feminists will.

Don’t get too upset now.

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Snark August 5, 2010 at 02:20

Imagine that, every time the Wright brothers were putting the finishing touches on their first airplane, some mischevious character sneaked up and sabotaged their efforts!

Not that they realised. They only thought that they must have made a mistake in their design. So again and again, they redesigned and rebuilt, but always their efforts came to nil. Unknown to them, their project was being repeatedly sabotaged so that they would never manage to take off. Eventually, they concluded that man was not meant to fly, that the airplane would never work. They abandoned the project.

“We simply cannot fly,” they eventually declared.

This is EXACTLY THE SAME as this declaration that “men cannot be nurturing.”

The fact that fathers are systematically SABOTAGED from being fully nurturing parents, and cut off from their children and turned into walking ATMs when they try, apparently passes some people by.

Even those who know the mischevious individuals all too well, simply look at the effect and posit it as the cause.

“MEN CAN’T BE NURTURING!!!” they cry, as a procession of disenfranchised men pass by in chains, imprisoned for the crime of trying to love their children.

“MEN CAN’T BE NURTURING!!!” women chatter as they collect their child support and alimony from the now homeless ex-husbands they divorced for daring to suggest that they might like to be the ones to stay home with the kids sometimes.

“MEN CAN’T BE NURTURING!!!” the self-identified allies of men proclaim, on Men’s Movement websites, to those actively seeking to improve men’s life chances and choices.

Men can’t be nurturing. Ah, that old chestnut.

Strange, because my own life experience is to the contrary. No theory you have on what men can and can’t do can possibly account for the nurturing men in my life. Your wishful hypothesis holds no water when I hold it up to the empirical evidence I have personally gathered over the course of nearly three decades. You have not a leg to stand on.

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Robert August 5, 2010 at 02:20

Welmer August 4, 2010 at 20:22
@Welmer: I will add that town to my destinations for next year. Was thinking of going back to America for another tour. Thank you for mentioning it.

Jansen, forgive me, the spelling was off.

It’s “Lynden.”

Here’s the Wikipedia page:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lynden,_Washington

If you do visit, be sure to tour State Route 20 and the North Cascades National Park. Some of the most rugged, beautiful mountains in North America, and there are absolutely gorgeous valleys and rivers – full of deer and fish – on the inland side.

If you choose to visit in spring, you can drive down to Skagit Valley for the tulip festival. Despite Western Washington’s stupid politics, it is a stunningly beautiful place.

What is the job market like there?

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amfortas August 5, 2010 at 02:28

The Abigail Esman woman seems to overlook the discovery that 5000 concentration camp guards in WW2 Germany were women. And no mention of the wives of German Officers; wives who seemed to revel in ‘impressing’ their husbands with their own privare murders of jews. And that huge warehouses of confiscted furniture and homeware from the homes of incarcerated and exterminated jews were run almost entirely by women. And that almost every street in German towns and cities had a female ‘warden’ spying on the people living there and were first in to steal the goods of jews who were taken at night.

Clearly Abigail needs to write to Dear Abby.

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Snark August 5, 2010 at 02:39

amfortas,

I’m going to have to disagree. Our cultural guardians assure us repeatedly that human beings born with vaginas would NEVER do anything like that. No, I don’t need to resort to patriarchal things like ‘evidence’. The assertion has been repeated often enough for it to be considered true.

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Welmer August 5, 2010 at 02:40

What is the job market like there?

Not great, but it’s right next to the border, so that probably helps. It’s probably better than average, but that isn’t saying much. It’s a good life if you like the outdoors — and if you can handle the crappy winters (wet, dark, gloomy and long), the summers make up for it.

One warning, though: people in Western Washington are not very cheerful or hospitable. They tend to be suspicious, clannish and fearful of strangers. Lynden might be different, though; it’s certainly a world apart from Seattle.

However, if you go over the mountains to the sunny side of the state – about an hour’s drive – it’s an entirely different culture, and people are easygoing and generally cheerful. They are also healthier looking because they get out more and get more sun. One time I was driving home over the mountains and the first thing I noticed was that the air felt cool and damp. The next thing I noticed, when I went into a convenience store, was how pale and washed out the people looked.

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Dave August 5, 2010 at 04:44

Does one need any more proof that women are idiots? What is this feminist disclaimer all about. It’s women…they are deluded fools . The Titanic sinks then watch their great power. They only care about themselves and are thus automatically disqualified fron any meaningful role in society no matter what it looks like. Thank you Lord/Fate for making me a man-

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Carnivore August 5, 2010 at 05:30

Take a look at the comments on this article at Forbes. Poor Ms. Esman has been thoroughly refuted. She doesn’t even bother to respond to the issues brought up against her.

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Anonymous August 5, 2010 at 05:38

Check out the second-grade fallacy ‘you disagree with me, therefore women are worthless to you’.

How… the… hell do these people get these jobs?

Does she really believe humanitarianism ranks high in the minds of the people responsible for the war?

And LOL at ‘I’m not a feminist’. Not right now, dear, at any rate, since you’re trying to appeal to white knights.

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Saku August 5, 2010 at 05:55

The truth about the Talibans, narrated by a Jew:

http://wakeupfromyourslumber.com/node/2412

Also Mullah Omar have said numerous times that they dont intend to harm or be a base for people who wants to harm other countries, so even if the Talibans come to power (those warlords now in power are no better than the Talibans, actually they are much worse…) they wont allow any Arab militants to set up training camps in Afghanistan. So the whole story “Talibans will take over the world” is not only false, but just plain silly.

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Vincent Ignatius August 5, 2010 at 07:00

I read business news daily and I’ve learned from experience to NEVER read an opinion article written by a woman. It’s always garbage and usually has some feminist/misandrist slant to it as well.

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Anonymous August 5, 2010 at 07:13

If you have NYT login capabilities, please invade the comments section and post links that debunk this stupidity.

http://www.bugmenot.com

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no registration needed August 5, 2010 at 07:20

If you have NYT login capabilities, please invade the comments section and post links that debunk this stupidity.

http://www.bugmenot.com

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Jpeditor August 5, 2010 at 09:08

“No, they don’t. Iran nearly went to war with the Taliban just over ten years ago, and Pakistan is at war with them today. Only in the fantasies of the ill-informed is there anything more than a mirage of functional cooperation between Muslim states in the region.”

Wake up pal, it’s all islam to them.

Iranians aiding the taliban

Pakistan aiding the Taliban

“We do what we can with moderation, but just for future reference, polite requests are far more likely to result in action.”

So you’re leaving the link to the pro-nazi video up for spite, or are you “analyzing it” over and over?

Dag….

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Anonymous Reader August 5, 2010 at 09:19

Anyone who was raised with a career mother can see a constant struggle between the natural pull of mothering and the vain attempt at trying to fill the void of their lack of fulfillment at mothering with success in their career. When they fail at one or the other or are mediocre at both, they are unhappy and miserable, suffering a guilt complex which they won’t admit to, and they ultimately blame it on their unfortunate spouse.

+1 on that. I’ve seen every step of this paragraph in families of relatives. The more the man tries to do at home, such as cooking more and better meals, the more contempt the woman has for him. In one case, a female relation was honest enough to admit that she felt threatened by her husband becoming a really good cook, because when they were first married that was her job.

This then leads to a whole other host of b.s.

+1 million on that.

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Anonymous August 5, 2010 at 09:46

Wake up pal, it’s all islam to them.

Iranians aiding the taliban

Pakistan aiding the Taliban

“We do what we can with moderation, but just for future reference, polite requests are far more likely to result in action.”

So you’re leaving the link to the pro-nazi video up for spite, or are you “analyzing it” over and over?

Dag….

Put that propaganda crap to somewhere else.

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Robert August 5, 2010 at 10:00

amfortas August 5, 2010 at 02:28
The Abigail Esman woman seems to overlook the discovery that 5000 concentration camp guards in WW2 Germany were women. And no mention of the wives of German Officers; wives who seemed to revel in ‘impressing’ their husbands with their own privare murders of jews. And that huge warehouses of confiscted furniture and homeware from the homes of incarcerated and exterminated jews were run almost entirely by women. And that almost every street in German towns and cities had a female ‘warden’ spying on the people living there and were first in to steal the goods of jews who were taken at night.

Clearly Abigail needs to write to Dear Abby.

There was also an extraction process. Any and all precious metals and stones were removed from the Jews. This included dental fillings.

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Robert August 5, 2010 at 10:16

Welmer August 5, 2010 at 02:40
What is the job market like there?

Not great, but it’s right next to the border, so that probably helps. It’s probably better than average, but that isn’t saying much. It’s a good life if you like the outdoors — and if you can handle the crappy winters (wet, dark, gloomy and long), the summers make up for it.

One warning, though: people in Western Washington are not very cheerful or hospitable. They tend to be suspicious, clannish and fearful of strangers. Lynden might be different, though; it’s certainly a world apart from Seattle.

However, if you go over the mountains to the sunny side of the state – about an hour’s drive – it’s an entirely different culture, and people are easygoing and generally cheerful. They are also healthier looking because they get out more and get more sun. One time I was driving home over the mountains and the first thing I noticed was that the air felt cool and damp. The next thing I noticed, when I went into a convenience store, was how pale and washed out the people looked.

I can understand why they would be suspicious. Where I live is filled with people who distrust any new men (Nashville,TN) . It is also filled with misandry. Any hospitality shown is fake.

This city has many people who assume people who arrived from any state north of Tennesse; are just “damn yankees” even people from the upper midwest including the state of Michigan. The people here are not only suspicious, they are steeped in feminist/chivalrous ways. This makes this city a dangerous/hostile living envirioment for men and boys. What can be said for a state that has more “correctional facilities for males than it has for females. There is only one prison for women. I have been tired of living in a city where feminism has a huge influence and power.

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Anonymous August 5, 2010 at 10:20


Wake up pal, it’s all islam to them.

Bullshit. It’s realpolitik. In Iran’s situation, surrounded by a superpower hell bent on spearing my ring it makes perfect sense to fund the Taliban out of sheer pragmatism.

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Robert August 5, 2010 at 10:29

typhonblue August 4, 2010 at 18:52
So they’re sending men to kill other men in order to get them to treat women better.

Hmm… I don’t see much of a decrease in net human suffering here. Oh, wait. Silly me.

I forgot the suffering of men doesn’t count towards _human_ suffering.

Feminists had males dehumanized.

“I haven’t the faintest notion what possible revolutionary role white hetero- sexual men could fulfill, since they are the very embodiment of reactionary- vested-interest-power. But then, I have great difficulty examining what men in general could possibly do about all this. In addition to doing the shitwork that women have been doing for generations, possibly not exist? No, I really don’t mean that. Yes, I really do.” — Robin Morgan

“To call a man an animal is to flatter him; he’s a machine, a walking dildo.” — Valerie Solanas, Authoress of the SCUM Manifesto

“The male is a domestic animal which, if treated with firmness…can be trained to do most things.” — Jilly Cooper, SCUM (Society For Cutting Up Men, started by Valerie Solanas)

“I want to see a man beaten to a bloody pulp with a high-heel shoved in his mouth, like an apple in the mouth of a pig.” — Andrea Dworkin

“Men are animals. Don’t you think so?” — Ireen von Wachenfeldt, radical feminist leader in Sweden

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Robert August 5, 2010 at 10:30

They are still at it today.

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Anonymous August 5, 2010 at 19:19

Women are incapable of satisfactorily performing the functions of laboring bread-winner, just like men are incapable of satisfactorily performing the functions of nurturer.

Snark: Bullshit, men can do anything. Most men I know are awesome fathers. And I know more than a few crappy mothers. (Take note, when kids die, it’s almost always due to abuse or neglect on the mother’s part. Nurturing? Right.)

Agreed!

I suspect that if men booted women from family life completely, children “might” fare worse than in a two parent family, but I feel secure in saying that a father, WITH FATHER CUSTODY, will raise children better than the skank-ass whores who are “trying” to do so today on their own.

Single Fathers > Single Mothers.

One only has to stop perusing feminist sites to understand this. Almost everywhere else it can be proven what is best for children – and aside from the intact two parent family, FATHERS are the second best choice.

Buy vibrator stock, ladies.

Your days are numbered.

We’ve had enough with your leaky, horny parts.

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Rob August 5, 2010 at 19:26

Hmmm… I see I am on some kind of “hold back status” here, at ChristianJ’s discretion, I imagine.

I’m not impressed, since ChristianJ and I are diametrically opposed on many issues of importance, and he is certainly no more “qualified” than me.

I got the picture when you mentioned him as mod… this is AM all over again! Impotence is inherited into the position, I imagine.

Doesn’t matter. I will waste my time on my own blog.

T’isn’t the first time the mainstream “MRM” and I have butted heads… nor the first time with the mod.

I suspect it will not be the last time either.

I don’t tolerate crap from the MRM.

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Rob August 5, 2010 at 19:27

I guess some post go through, and others don’t.

It’s just not my problem.

It’s yours.

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trent13 August 5, 2010 at 21:35

I feel secure in saying that a father, WITH FATHER CUSTODY, will raise children better than the skank-ass whores who are “trying” to do so today on their own.

And I wouldn’t agree with you, but neither would I say that society today is a worthy comparison of ideal relations between men and women. How men and women are today (more so women than men) is entirely unnatural – that is the point that I was making. In a rightly ordered society it is natural for women to be nurturers, caretakers, and homemakers, and it is natural for men to appreciate competition, politics, leading, etc… Flip that order on it’s head and your quote above is the result.

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RED0660 August 6, 2010 at 00:20

I’m confused, shouldn’t feminists be promoting their cadre be joining the ranks of the military in order to accomplish the ends of which they speak?

Get on it ladies, there is a war to fight is there not?
Men can do it all for you but it is high time you become independent like you promised. You still have the rights of children when it comes to compulsory service to country. Will you be fighting for the right to be equal to men in this regard or will you take all the choices and benefits without the responsibility? I surmise you will take the later as usual. I really don’t respect you anymore in fact I resent you for what you have done, do you know this?

Men my not speak outright about it (let’s just say its biological and has to do with what you would term oppression) but never the less despite our lack of ability to organize against you, you will pay the price for single handedly destroying the very foundation of western civilization.

I take solice in the fact that you are bringing about the treatment and disrespect for women that you claim to admonish. I have no doubt that you have caused more damage to the well being. Respect toward and treatment of women has been on a precipitous decline since you have villified men, cast him from the family and now compete against us.

Now you want to do the same to these people?

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john halder August 6, 2010 at 01:27

it’s a volunteer army, fot those that forgot that.
and all they do is push buttons and wipe out goat herders
uh yea. some fool on here suggested that islam is advancing on the world, lol!
uh, wrong, that would be america doing that.
america will one day start ww3 in fact.
provoking REAL military powers like china and russia
will end in disaster.
best to stick with invading dirt poor, already long destroyed countries, with all the power of a girl scout troop, and torturing people till they confess to anything.
amazing how many idiots STILL think america is the ‘good guy’ AND still think this is a democracy, unreal.

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Robert August 6, 2010 at 04:37

What happened to the feminist slogan; “Anything you can do I can do betteeer, I can do anything better than you”?

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trent13 August 6, 2010 at 11:49

And I wouldn’t agree with you,

oops typo “diagree” is what I meant to say.

@ Snark

Just to clarify, I never said that men cannot nurture – if that is what you took from it, I’m sure the fault was mine for not being extremely clear on the subject. Men can be nurturing, that does not mean their role as men is to be nurturers. Women (when not denatured by feminism) most appropriately fulfill it. Given that your three decades worth of experience of relations between men and women is in our day and age, it speaks more to how greatly and successfully feminism has flipped the roles of women (and to a lesser degree, men) on its head than to the idea that men, more so than women, are suited to be nurturers.

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trent13 August 6, 2010 at 11:50

“diagree”

disagree… one of these days…

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Robert Reis August 6, 2010 at 20:47

Larry Auster’s take on the coming race war.

The family that owns the beer distributorship is Jewish
From the Times (also see this):

“The Hollander family is probably one of the most venerated families in the Hartford area in the Jewish community,” Larson said. “There isn’t a charity that they haven’t contributed.”

This adds to the “Amy Biehl” quality of the crime that I discussed yesterday. Those who are most compassionate and open toward blacks and most eager to help them are the ones who most often get killed by them.
Meanwhile, the central horror continues. Steve Sailer quotes the beginning of the transcript of Omar Thornton’s 911 call:

Dispatcher: State Police.
Thornton: Yeah, this 911?

Dispatcher: Yeah, can I help you?

Thornton: This is Omar Thornton, the, uh, the shooter over in Manchester.

Dispatcher: Yes, where are you, sir?

Thornton: I’m in the building. Uh, you probably want to know the reason why I shot this place up. This place here is a racist place.

Dispatcher: Yup, I understand that

Thornton: They treat me bad over here, and they treat all the other black employees bad over here too, so I just take it into my own hands and I handled the problem—I wish I coulda got more of the people.

Did this lead to the classification of the mass murder as a hate crime? No. Sailer finds virtually no stories using the terms “hate crime” in the context of the Hartford mass murder. Instead we have the opposite:
A racial mass murderer says his victims were “racists.” Therefore it is assumed to be true, and the main focus becomes whether his victims were really racists or not.

I don’t know if I’ve ever seen anything so disgusting as the mainstream media’s giving credence to the word of a racial mass murderer.

If a white man mass murdered blacks, saying he did it because blacks are evil, he would be considered a racist mass murderer. If a white man mass murdered Jews, saying he did it because Jews are evil, he would be considered an anti-Semitic mass murderer. But when a black man mass murders whites, saying he did it because whites are racist, i.e., evil, our society takes seriously the killer’s word on the matter, and launches a discussion about the putative racism of the victims, and the victims’ friends and family are required to demonstrate that their dead loved ones were not really racist.

This shows how the central belief of modern America, and the keystone of the modern liberal order, remains what it has always been: the belief in white guilt. The ultimate though unspoken premise of modern America is that whites deserve to be killed by blacks. What else can explain the fact that it is the white victims of the black mass murderer whose moral character is being questioned, not that of the black mass murderer?

Posted by Lawrence Auster at 10:52 AM

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tom47 August 7, 2010 at 22:00

I just have to say this. I find it very frustrating that such a valuable and important site like this has such a tragic flaw. I would really like to forward it to others and spread it around but I can’t. It’s like I have to hide it from others. Being angry about the issues at hand and maybe a little offensive to Princess when she deserves it is great and I love that it’s politically incorrect. But why do we have to bash women just for the hell of it and why do we have to post Nazi propaganda? This is a MR site, why would Nazi’s even be here? Don’t they have someplace else to go. It’s really sad that we have a good thing going here but a few people have to screw it up. Why can’t we just tell them that they’re not welcome?

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Gunslingergregi August 8, 2010 at 00:46

””””’Hopefully, this author will take a trip to “the Dam” to get euthenized all legal like, like my one uncle did. ””””’

Really tell me more. I would love to see that accepted in the west and condoned.

”””””’Keyster August 4, 2010 at 21:02
You’d think they’d try something with broader appeal, but there isn’t much left, I guess.

The heroin trade is brought up now and then but no one seems to care, unlike cocaine in Columbia which is the battle front for the “war on drugs”.

NOTHING has broader appeal than liberating women and girls from the heathenous and oppressive Taliban. No one will dare question it; which is why it works so well. This is carefully being positioned as a war of honor for the women of Afganistan, that men pay for with life and limb. War sustains the economy, it must be justified. The elitist media is giving Obama cover.
””””””

Yea but when you drop a bomb in a town or on a house filled with woman and children. Not only men magically die.
They all die.

”””’And the Taliban were 10 miles from Pakistan’s nukes sites a few months ago, and Pakistan and Iran combined today aren’t so far behind where Germany was in WW2 (they already have nukes), and THEY SUPPORT THE TALIBAN.”””’

Come on lol no country has slight chance at doing shit at moment. Now maybe once some anti ballistic missiles come along to change game yea then a problem. But it ain’t a problem if they don’t have airpower they can’t do shit. No arab country has near enough fucking airpower to do shit. Unless a gamechanger missile comes along.

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Steve August 8, 2010 at 02:37

trent13: just wanted to say that men can perform the nurturing function better than a woman.

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Skadi August 8, 2010 at 12:41

The Afghan war is not about women. They are not doing well there and many countries want to pull out of the war so they need to rally up new support and they use the women’s situation as a reason to stay there. This is what they tell the soldiers too probably. It’s not the women they care about (many civilian women have died), if they did they would make war in many other parts of the world. It’s just a mess and they should spare the Western men who fight there.

Nevertheless, Islam is a real threat. It should not spread, especially not to Europe. So what can Western women to do protect themselves from Islam? What choice is there..we’ll have to fight against Sharia ourselves.. hopefully with political means. A certain part of women will definitely stand up for their freedom.

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calahan August 9, 2010 at 00:45

Feminists(extremists) are one of the biggest reasons why islam is taking over countries around the world. I hate both. Both are killing service men in the two wars. It, is not surprising that, more crazy dudes from America are crossing over to Radical islam. If they aren’t doing that, many are suffering from deep depression when they come back to America from the war. Or, guys here are getting asset rape by the insane American women. All the while, we are told by our feminist society that we must fight against al-kay-da and insurgents. It is so ironic that feminist society is cramming war down our throats. American women do LIKE WAR and all the violence that goes with it. Islam feels the same way. Where does this leave the ordinary american(or international) man? S A N D W I C H E D!! We can only take so much!!! Pressure is building.

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Skadi August 9, 2010 at 11:10

It is the most absurd thing to compare feminism to Islam. They are total opposites. In fact, they are ideological enemies.

Women usually oppose wars. And America is not feminist, but still pretty much patriarchal. And the latest wars were organized by Republican hawks, not by leftists/progressives and certainly not by feminists/egalitarians. Again, if they fought for women’s rights, they would have to make war with too many countries, not just the Talibs.

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Robert Reis August 9, 2010 at 21:42

Soon to be banned video.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rlIQ8lPO1Sg

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trent13 August 10, 2010 at 12:14

just wanted to say that men can perform the nurturing function better than a woman.

uh huh. Right. that’s why God gave women mammary glands and men a more muscular build….

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alpha August 11, 2010 at 10:16

Har,har, har. Since this women cares sooo much about the always-suffering_women, hand her an AK-47 and tell her to go fight for her sisters herself rather than asking others to do so.

Calling an entire nation coward?Keep her alone a room with one Taliban man .Both armed. We shall see who is the coward heh

But no. It’s a Man’s “job” to die for women isn’t it?

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Fahmi June 11, 2011 at 23:29

I’m a former muslim and now I’m an atheist and pretty much against of many Islamic teaching. However after reading some of her writings I found that Abigail’s writing is very disturbing so as to make the rest of the world become paranoid of Islamic extremism which I believe not as bad as she want to portray it to be. For example she wrote about how some muslim schools in UK teach their students that Jews are descended from monkeys and pigs. Though I do not know for sure, I firmly believe this is not the case, I have come from a strong muslim background and from my experience and knowledge even though muslims could be anti-semitic (like describing Israel as the jew state who always wants to destroy Islam) they wouldn’t go as far as saying Jews are of lower racial stocks, in fact most muslims believe Jews are the chosen race and became arrogant so as to refuse the original Moses teaching. In essence this woman try to portray the so called dangerous teaching of Islam funded by Saudi which is extremely racist and anti-semitic, which I believe to be not that far (though true to some extent) but generally her views are quite dangerous and potentially create more misunderstanding between the so called Islam and the West. And lastly I do not believe for one second that Iran want to wipe Israel off the map. I understand the anti-Israel sentiment in most muslim countries including Iran but that statement, I hardly believe it literally.

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