Ban the Burqa and Sharia - Praise secular society
Hillary Clinton's State Dept is negotiating with the Taliban to bring them into the govt in exchange for "peace".
That is what Hillary does while making pretty speeches about women's rights. She plays ball with the boys so to be considered a good democrat. She does what Obama tells her to do despite his need for her. She fixes things so he can claim peace and withdrawal from Afghanistan before his election.
That is where electoral politics goes for women. That is what the anti-christ has done to the symbol of women's equality - made her a traitor to women so all can see Hillary Clinton betray other women for men while her female admirers applaud the crumbs of pretty words and ignore the stoning of their sisters. So goes the patriarchy. Shed your illusions - know the enemy.
FROM MILES AMOORE:
The Times’ story is about how the European Union banned a film it commissioned on the rights of Afghan women. The censored film documents the cases of a number of Afghan women jailed for “moral crimes”. These “crimes” are usually committed by women who try to run away from their homes because they’ve suffered horrific torture and abuse at the hands of their husbands or male relatives.
One of the women featured in the film, Gulnaz, was raped and impregnated by a relative. She reported her rape to the police, who promptly locked her in jail for committing adultery. One and a half years later Gulnaz is still in jail, although she will soon be released because she has agreed to marry the rapist (a condition set by the judge).
Instead of publicising the suffering of women locked up for moral crimes the EU decided to prevent the film from seeing the light of day. Read the Times’s story here.
The Times followed this story with another today. The paper quoted Gulnaz’s rapist, who said that the EU had “done a good thing” by banning the film. The rights of women have slipped so far down the agenda in Afghanistan that we now have convicted rapists thanking the EU for concealing the suffering of women here.
As one senior rights activist told me: “It’s all about withdrawing the troops now. That’s the main focus for the foreigners here. Everything else, especially the rights of women, has pretty much been forgotten”.
The Burqa Arrest in FranceSun News Network (Canada)
December 16, 2011