On April 10, 2015, a shooting happened in Palace of Justice of Milano. Three men died. The video of the evacuation published by the national newspaper Repubblica shows what happened:
When the Titanic sank, feminists argued that «by natural law women and children should be saved first» (New York Times, 19/4/1912). Now, rather than acknowledging the sexism, feminists explain that women were correctly evacuated first, because the shooter was a men. He was also old, white and with black hair. But then, why not black first? Why not young first? Why not blonde and bald first? Let’s stop here:
«having a logic discussion with feminists is like playing chess with pigeons: no matter how good you are, the pigeon will continue to overthrow all the pieces on the board and will strut around triumphantly.» (anonymous)
Anyhow, the shooter that entered with a gun left with the gun.
Since the Titanic we know that there are no feminists on sinking ships. We now learn that the same happens in tribunals: MANY OF THE WOMEN WHO ESCAPED FIRST WERE JUDGES.
A cynic misogynist could ask: are they paid to fight crime, or to escape first because they are women?
But our courages judges proved that they are firmly against sexism, when a journalist was sentenced for having written (about a jail that was badly managed): “it would be better to have a male director.”
Half of Italian judges are women, and the most powerful of them is Maria Gabriella Luccioli. In 2008 the newspaper Corriere della Sera celebrated her achievements with these words:
«Maria Gabriella Luccioli is the first woman who become President of the Cassazione [Supreme Court in Rome], where, using sentences as strokes, she rewrote family law. All and always in favour of women.»
Ms. Luccioli herself stated in an old interview to Repubblica: «somebody tells with a bit of exaggeration, that the Supreme Court is becoming feminist». Her sentences, according to which parental alienation is child abuse only when the alienator is a father, but not when the alienator is a mother, are a masterpiece of justice in full agreement with article 4 point 4 of the Istanbul Convention:
A misogynist could complain that judges should apply laws fairly rather than rewriting laws in favour of women and imposing ideologies such as feminism. Then, our courageous judges would courageously sentence him for sexism.
So, I urge all Italian fathers to continue to respect the sentences that, according to the European Court for Human Rights, violate their human rights, that favour child abuse when perpetrated by mothers, and to continue to make peaceful protests that get peacefully ignored.
After all, the slogan written in tribunals «law is equal for everybody» has not yet been officially replaced by the slogan «women and female children first» used by modern Italian feminists such as Luisa Betti and Barbara Spinelli: a great candidate from Italy to lead the new EU feminist organization GREVIO that will inquire to extirpate sexism from Europe.