Where are the feminists?
Australian frightbat Julia Baird, opining at the Sydney Morning Herald (SMH), takes aim at a sexist:
Look, we all know Trump has form with women; he said he would be dating his daughter Ivanka if they were not related, and he prides himself on being able to pick a high-calibre woman, much as a horse owner might be able to pick a fine filly – checking the teeth, curves and vitals.
Charges of sexism have forced Trump to declare he will be “the best thing that ever happened to women.”
Meanwhile, in Europe, there has been an unprecedented mass sexual assault on women which has been covered up by politicians and the press.
Finnish police ‘tipped off’ about plans by groups of asylum seekers to sexually harass women
Asylum seekers who met in central Helsinki to celebrate New Years’s Eve “had similar plans” to commit sexual assault and other crimes as those who targeted women in the Germany city of Cologne, Finnish Police have reported.
Then last week Sweden’s own stories began to emerge. During the We Are Sthlm music festival, large groups of young men harassed girls sexually. It began in 2014 and it also went on during last year’s festival.
According to internal police reports the groups were ‘so-called refugee youths primarily from Afghanistan’. The youngest of the victims was 12 years old.
Less than a week after the attacks, The Washington Post reported Germany’s negotiation of a deal with social media companies to crack down on “hate speech” about migrants.As Mark Steyn observed, “In one of the most famous public places in Germany a mass sexual assault took place … and every organ of the state colluded in covering it up. … So the state lacks sufficient manpower to be able to detain those whom they arrest in the commission of a crime … but they have sufficient manpower to be able to prosecute you for pointing that out.”
A German government official even said that bad remarks about migrants were just as bad as the sexual assaults — which is a lot considering that one young female victim reported that “I had fingers on every orifice.”
I was not surprised by the mass sexual attacks against German women during New Year’s Eve celebrations in Cologne. Shocked by the scale and the audacity of them, yes, but not remotely surprised. When Angela Merkel announced her decision to take in 800,000 refugees this summer, my sisters and I immediately predicted that this was going to lead to big problems for Western women.
Last week, roughly 200 women in Cologne, Germany, reported that they were sexually assaulted on New Year’s Eve in a public square by a mob of more than a thousand Arab men.
That number exploded this week. More than 600 women now claim they were assaulted, molested, robbed and even raped, and reports are coming in not only from Cologne but also from elsewhere in Germany and even elsewhere in Europe.
Many years ago in Cairo I struck up a conversation with an Australian woman at a restaurant who was traveling around on break from her job at the Ministry of Defense.
FURY is growing in Germany over mounting evidence of ANOTHER cover-up of migrant sex crimes after it emerged a welcome party for refugees held two months before the Cologne rapes descended into a mass groping session.
Police and victims have furiously demanded to know why organisers did not warn them that refugees had committed abhorrent sexual harassment amid speculation such information could have helped avert the sickening attacks on New Year’s Eve.