Tuesday, 17 March 2015

2014 Was a Tough Year To Be Female - Yeah whatever

2014 Was a Tough Year To Be Female - Yeah whatever


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Today's video is called, "2014 Was a Tough Year To Be Female?"

Leave it to Huffington Post, Canadian edition, to put the victim back into feminism. After several Muffington Boast articles screeching how great 2014 was for feminism, and intangible accomplishments, someone must of pulled the alarm bell, indicating  that their victim status levels were critically low.  Enter stage left, or leftist, article titled "2014 Was a Tough Year To Be Female."

Here are the highlights of the article.

First up was the Boko Haram kidnapping 400 Nigerian schoolgirls.

  Firstly, Stop inflating numbers. According to AfricaCheck.org, the officials say 276.  I'd say it was a bit tougher for the 59 boys that were killed in a boarding school in north-eastern Nigeria. They ranged in age from 11 to 18.  Some were locked in buildings with the buildings then set on fire. Why did the press spring to action when young women were kidnapped, but were virtually unmoved when it was young boys who were being slaughtered and burned alive?

Amnesty International released a report detailing how scores of girls -- some as young as 10 years old -- have committed suicide after being raped and tortured by ISIS members in Syria and Iraq.

How is this different from any other war torn region? As far as suicides go, the National Institute for Healthcare Research, in Rockville-Merrylind, says that divorce now ranks as the number one factor linked with suicide rates in major U.S. cities, ranking above all other physical, financial, and psychological factors. Overall, Men were nearly 4.8 times as likely to commit suicide as women. I didn't see any clamour in the media about this in 2014, and don't expect any in 2015.


This year ... marked 25 years since a lone gunman stormed into an engineering class at Montreal's Ecole Polytechnique, ordered all the men out of the room and then shot 24 female students; 14 died.
  I'd still say it was a bit tougher for the 59 boys that were killed in a boarding school by Boko Haram.  I very much doubt that will be remembered next year, let alone 25 years from now.

This year ... Jeff O'Neil of Vancouver's CFOX Radio suggested on-air that a host at another station should ask Justin Trudeau which female political figures he would like to "f---, marry or kill." ..

Although this was in poor taste, it was done by a radio comedian, and hardly worth making someone's year... tough. We are being conditioned to become hysterical in regards to any comment made by any person in society that demeans women in any way. it's becoming increasingly easy to conflate any negative comments and jokes with actually promoting violence against women.  .... it's just a joke and in no way condones violence against men or women. Still, I would of liked to see our potential Prime Minister, a male feminist, squirm when approached by this question. Panzi. This is the hallmark of a feminized Beta mindset – to believe that “guys being guys” is inherently aberrant. It’s something other guys do.

This year ... Zahra Abdille and her two sons were murdered by her husband in Toronto, even though she had seemingly done all the 'right' things that abused women are supposed to do when leaving our husbands.
  That's terrible. Not as terrible as the woman in Winnipeg that hid the bodies of 6 babies in a U-Haul locker. Or the Quebec woman who drowned her 3 kids, aged 5, 4 and 2.  In Alberta, the mother who electrocuted her 2 boys in the tub. And I haven't even mentioned that children are 2.4 times more likely to be killed by their mothers than their fathers.  I guess one visible-minority woman trumps all of these stories.


Apple and Facebook each offered to pay female employees $20,000 towards the cost of freezing their eggs. Neither company increased the length of paid maternity leave.  Coming from a Canadian publication, for Canadians, what do we care what Apple and Facebook is doing in the US? What was the purpose of ignoring that in Canada you get 1 year of paid maternity leave?



a group of male dentistry students at Dalhousie University formed a special group on Facebook. They posted comments about raping unconscious women and polled group members on which female classmates they would like to "hate f---."   This year I learned that anything said in a closed group, or among friends, can and will be used against you. Women are constantly demanding 'safe spaces', while men are constantly seeing traditional male spaces disappear. How many men's only barbershops do you see? Has anyone even seen a gentlemen's club; these were popular private clubs up until the early 20th century, like the Savile Club in London. Gee, not a single doilee in sight.



This year ... several women also came forward to tell their stories of allegedly being drugged and raped by Bill Cosby.
 This year I saw that simply hearsay can ruin a man.  They say it can take years before a woman can be comfortable with contacting police, due to emotional trauma, but, 20 years?  30 years? Something smells really fishy here, when they literally could of received more attention had they come forward when the Cosby Show was at the top of the TV ratings. Why now?   I still can't get over the fact that for a gender that is labelled as nurturing, not one pressed charges simply to prevent future victims.
Some are coming forward to testify in legislatures, in order to remove the statue of limitations, essentially putting rape on par with murder.  Statues of limitation exist to protect defendants. After longer periods of time, a defendant might have lost evidence to disprove a stale claim, and long-dormant claims are generally done for purposes of cruelty, not justice. They serve a purpose and this purpose should be upheld.

Now this may not necessarily ruin Cosby, but simple accusations from an unknown accuser can get any man attending a US college expelled.  Apparently due process is not required.

This year ... female celebrities made headlines for their bodies instead of their talent. Kim Kardashian posed full frontally nude for 'Paper'  magazine
Silly girl. That IS Kim Kardashian's talent. Or is Kim hiding some degree in nuclear science?


This year ... we watched grainy footage showing football star Ray Rice sucker punch his fiancée Janay, knock her out cold and then drag her unconscious body out of an elevator.   This year, I learned as a man, that no matter how often you are hit by a woman, you should just sit there like a simpleton and take it. Afterall, you are a disposable male.  I also learned that a strong, confident feminist like Beyonce will simply stand there while her deranged sister attacks her husband.  I guess stand by your man is simply is just a Tammy Wynette song.


Overall, out of this list, only 4 of the 10 even happened in Canada. So why the fascination that every other country in the world has to be just like us, including countries that simply hate us? This concludes this article...

Just have to clean up my desk a bit. Then I...

Ouch!

A paper cut!

Wow.

2015 is going to be a tough year for men.  Maybe I should get a sex change operation.


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