Thursday, May 6, 2010

Neocons and Feminists Unite Against Iran

Iran was recently elected to the UN's Commission on the Status of Women, the feminist wing of the UN's bureaucracy. Rather than criticize the commission's very existence, as anyone who actually supports liberty would, female "conservatives" have joined forces with feminists to criticize the election. I try to avoid reading the blogs of female conservatives, mostly because they tend to be a bunch of hypocrites who veil their feminism in the cloak of pseudo-conservatism. Older female conservatives like Ann Coulter and Laura Ingraham have the personalities of a wood chipper, while the younger ones act (and look) even sluttier than liberal women, while at the same time laughingly complaining about how corrupted our culture is and whining because young men won't take them out to dinner before sex.

Now, I think that Iran's treatment of women leaves a lot to be desired. The requirement that Iranian women cover their heads is abominable in my opinion, considering how beautiful Persian women are. But I also have no problem with a country that wishes to curtail the spread of feminism, which ultimately destroys the civilizations it infests. America lasted for only 190 years before feminism (and Michael King) began to destroy it. It's understandable that an ancient civilization stretching back 5000 years would seek to protect itself from feminism.

Ironically, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad used the feminists' own (bogus) domestic violence statistics against them by using them to show that women were "safer" in Iran than in Europe. It's amusing to see their lies come back to bite them.


  1. Don't know about you but I am not at all surprised by the alliance of Neo-Cons and Feminists against Islam. The Neo-Con policy of Exterminating Islam [a patriarchal religion/culture/belief system] and implementing Free-Market Capitalism [a system which benefits females] works well with Feminism's goals.

    The narrative that "The Left(TM)" and Feminism are conceeding to Islam on all fronts is bogus. Neo-Cons build up this completely fallacious strawman.

    If you believe Neo-Con (Read: Any remotely "conservative" mainstream political entity in the US) narratives, then you might be surprised by the alliance. If however you analyze the issue outside of the Neo-Cons biased framing, then it's no surprise at all.

  2. That should be:

    "Don't know about you but I am not at all surprised by the alliance of Neo-Cons and Feminists against Iran."

    Though "Islam" works also.