The Islamic State constitutes a perfect time machine for those who want to understand the origin of islam
Islam, an ideology based on parasitism and terror, is a monstrous hate crime throughout 1,400 years. Its victims can be counted in hundreds of millions. Its Sharia is ALWAYS against Human Rights. Yet criticism of islam is called "islamophobia"!
A central tenet of islam is rapetivism.
Well, what do some women think about that?
Aliaa Magda Elmahdy from Femen protesting against islam The text says: 'There is only one god, Allah, and the prophet Muhammad is his messenger.'
A Slav punishing islam in France with her breasts in true French tradition
Vive la France
Inna Shevchenko, the leader of Femen, used as a model for a French national (Marianne) stamp. Below in real.
Joan of Arc, a medieval French Tomboy burned at the religious stake
God's voice told her that it was her divine mission to free her country from the Brits and therefore she cut her hair short and round 'in the fashion of young men', dressed in man's uniform and picked up the arms. In May 1430 she was taken prisoner in battle, and later burned at the stake on a religious accusation of heresy, i.e. for insisting on wearing men's clothes. A custom she was used to and had realized was more convenient for her. She also found that trousers better protected her from rape.
Today's Tomboys have equally (or less?!) little chance surviving rigid sex apartheid as during medieval timesAnd it's all covered up in a frantic, almost desperate pro-"girly" anti'Tomboy sex apartheid. Here's what you get today on Google News on a 'tomboy' search:
Here's a British female "islamophobe". However, how come that she has missed OIC and their global Sharia declaration against Human Rights via UN?!
Julie Bindel maintains, as Klevius has always done, that "people should question the basis of the diagnosis of male psychiatrists, 'at a time when gender polarization and homophobia work hand-in-hand.'" She points out that muslim "Iran carries out the highest number of sex change surgeries in the world", that "surgery is an attempt to keep gender stereotypes intact", and that "the idea that certain distinct behaviors are appropriate for males and females underlies feminist criticism of the phenomenon of 'transgenderism'."
In her November 2008 piece written after the Stonewall protest, Bindel talked about her frustration with being in a movement that insisted she accept trans people, yet resulted in her being criticized whenever she spoke on trans issues. She said that as a longtime active member of the lesbian community she felt uncomfortable with the increasing inclusion of sexuality and gender-variant communities into the expanding LGBT 'rainbow alliance': "the mantra now at 'gay' meetings is a tongue-twisting LGBTQQI." "It is all a bit of an unholy alliance. We have been put in a room together and told to play nicely." "I for one do not wish to be lumped in with an ever-increasing list of folk defined by 'odd' sexual habits or characteristics." "I just want to be left alone. I am not in your gang, I did not ask to be, so please don't tell me I am one of yours, and then tell me off for offending your orthodoxy." In January 2009 she wrote about the radical lesbian feminism of the 1970s and 1980s, and her desire to return to those values. She concluded with an invitation to heterosexual women to adopt lesbianism, saying "Come on sisters, you know it makes sense. Stop pretending you think lesbianism is an exclusive members' club, and join the ranks. I promise that you will not regret it."
During her time as a Guardian contributor Bindel has begun to write more on issues about rape, such as drug rape and date rape. She is critical of how difficult life is made for women who report rape, how the investigative and legal process ends up with women being dealt with more like the offender than the victim. Bindel responded to the difficulties of reporting and prosecuting rape by saying she would not report it herself, "we may as well forget about the criminal justice system and train groups of vigilantes to exact revenge and, hopefully, deter attacks. Because if I were raped, I would rather take my chances as a defendant in court, than as a complainant in a system that seems bent on proving that rape is a figment of malicious women's imagination."
Klevius comment: Against this background, isn't it remarkable that she has missed that the world's main and strongest muslim organization, Saudi based OIC (led by its Saudi Fuhrer Iyad Madani) via UN has officially abandoned women's most basic Human Rights and replaced them with Sharia!? In other words, OIC has deemed muslim women to domestic rape by their muslim husbands while also sanctioning rape of non-muslim women by muslim men.