The Women’s March and First World Oppression


I just went over to the Women’s March Twitter page to see what pearls of wisdom they had about the uprising in Iran.

Guess what?

They haven’t said a word.

But I’m not surprised.

Although these women bleat endlessly about oppression, they don’t know what real oppression is. And they’re too damn self-absorbed to realize it.

To them, women in America are oppressed because their insurance might not cover contraceptives.

Wow. That’s just like living in a Handmaid’s Tale!!!

Meanwhile in Iran brave women are stripping off their hijabs knowing full well what risks they are taking.

As the victims of First World Oppression whine about how America is just like a Handmaid’s Tale, these women in Iran are standing up to actual tyranny.

And they are shedding themselves of that very symbol of subjugation that the so-called victims of First World Oppression celebrate as a symbol of empowerment.

The uprising in Iran is shining a bright Klieg light on the fraud that is the Women’s March.

The kvetching, carping gripers of the Pussy Hat Brigade have been exposed as nothing more than a Marxist movement coopting “women’s rights” to push their radical agenda.

It has hoodwinked the navel-gazing, self-centered modern “feminists” who have been indoctrinated to believe that America is the most oppressive patriarchy on the planet.

Nobody knows the trouble they’ve seen.

It is propped up by Hollywood celebrities whose life-blood is sanctimonious virtue-signaling.

These useful idiots steeped in their First World privilege are desperate to be seen as victims of oppression.

But of course the Women’s March says nothing about Iran. Because if they had to acknowledge actual oppression, it would only expose the shallowness of their petty grievances.

The whining from the Women’s March is like complaining about a hang nail to someone dying from cancer.

Here’s a great video from the Factual Feminist, Christina Hoff Sommers. Though it is from 2015, it is incredibly timely.

Give it a watch:

And if you are on Twitter, you absolutely must follow Australian journalist Rita Panahi.

Panahi’s tweets over the last few days of the Iranian uprising have been excellent.

Meanwhile, here in America, the Women’s March is eagerly planning the one year anniversary of their Pussy Parade.

And in light of what is happening in Iran, these broads and their First World Oppression look all manner of ridiculous.

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3 thoughts on “The Women’s March and First World Oppression

  • January 1, 2018 at 2:49 pm

    The American feminists aren’t really serious about women’s rights. It’s just something that makes them popular in the eyes of the liberals.

  • January 1, 2018 at 6:00 pm

    God bless those Ladies in Iran and grant the freedom loving Iranians VICTORY!!

  • January 1, 2018 at 8:55 pm

    Thanks for posting the video from Factual Feminist. Reminds me of the days in the early 70’s when I attended WOW meetings. Anything was possible for women. ‘You’ve come a long way, baby’, not with these folks. SMH Also, thanks for posting Rita Panahi’s tweets. Iran and Afghanistan were at one time vibrant countries.

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