The Voice of Europe – Episode 170 – Women can’t choose non-feminism
On January 19, Jon Gunnarsson, Lucian Vâlsan and James Huff, will be going through the news concerning sexual politics on the Old Continent in the last two weeks.
It is now becoming obvious even for the public that doesn’t actively follows non-feminist platforms that in the feminism – women are only allowed to choose what feminists deem right. This is the underlying thought behind the feminists’ lashing out at the French actresses and academics who dared to argue that #MeToo is a witch hunt and essentially a terrible deal for both women AND men. How dare they think about men?
Similar thought patterns lie beneath the contempt manifested by feminist leaders in Norway for the women in that country who dare to continue to make lifestyle choices that do not conform to the feminist ideals. This time they’re pissed off that women like shopping and domestic life a lot more than the office – and thus chose part-time work in droves!
In other news, the Crown Prosecution Service in London is in full unraveling mode – with yet another “solid” case ending up being a fabrication for the third time in less than a month. And again, thanks to solicitors – NOT thanks to the State put in place allegedly to protect the civil and constitutional rights of both the accuser AND the accused.
Meanwhile, in Germany, a mother from Freiburg has been literally pimping her son to pedophiles across Europe for over 2 years. And nobody noticed. Even more so, the authorities insist they did the right thing. The same authorities who are otherwise very keen on arresting people for politically incorrect speech on Facebook.
In other… other news here comes another case of abuse of European funds – this time in Western Romania where a bunch of women lied about having been abused by their husbands in return to getting cash from the EU. And likely filling up those surveys that then the EU is using to generate those obviously insane statistics about “gender violence” (or whatever the fashionable term is this week).
Finally, we will also discuss in this episode what Douglas Murray called “the curious star appeal of Jordan Peterson” after the British gay conservative noticed that Peterson is overwhelmingly appealing to young men.
So the stories discussed tonight are as follows:
Third rape trial in a MONTH collapses after photos of man accused of raping woman at Notting Hill Carnival emerge showing pair ‘cuddling and smiling’ in bed together
Mutter lässt Jungen für Geld vergewaltigen: Wieso blieben die Behörden untätig?
Eine Chronik von Fehlannahmen, Nicht-Handeln und Desinteresse
Spekter-direktør om kvinner som jobber deltid: – De vil heller shoppe
Danish police announce case against 1,000 for sharing sex video
OLAF face verificari intr-un oras din Arad. Mai multe femei, suspectate ca au mintit ca sunt abuzate de soti pentru a lua bani europeni
App creates contracts for one night stands to ‘prove’ sex is consensual
Opera ‘Carmen’ gets new ending to stop violence against women
Catherine Deneuve’s claim of #MeToo witch-hunt sparks backlash
The curious star appeal of Jordan Peterson (by Douglas Murray)
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