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Anti-Racist Feminism Forever
Generation Identity England are hosting an international conference today. Unfortunately Martin Sellner of Austria was refused entry at Luton airport last night again and Bodi Abdel was also refused entry from Hungary. His speech was read by a British activist. I don't know much yet about how the conference went. However tomorrow Annika Franzisk of Germany, a founder of the #120dB movement intends to speak at Speaker's Corner in Hyde Park on the subject to the menace to European women posed since the advent of islamisation of Europe and unfettered mass migration by such practices as mass rape and sexual abuse, FGM, 'honour' killings etc. The group take their name for the 120 decibel shriek emitted by a pocket sized rape alarm.
However the usual suspects among the Antifa and fellow travelling community intend to obstruct her. At this moment I cannot be sure that family committments will allow me to go into London to observe. But I have some observations to make from my desk.
This is the twitter logo of some of the anti-fascist network women who intend to do their bit to stop free speech. Interesting how men of the EDL and others of the white working class are condemned as being tattooed, shaven headed knuckle-draggers. But on a middle class person tattoos are body art, or 'ink' and an expression of individuality. Sometimes the only individuality allowed them.
I expect they think this design represents multicultural siblinghood (must not exclude the trans community) graphically. And so it does, to a T.
Six obvious women and an androgynous character, only one of which is of white indigenous European appearance (statistically correct for many districts of London and certain other once English cities).
Their eyes are closed; they see no mass rape gangs, no razzia gangs, no FGM. Forced marriage and child marriage is cultural and respected. Honour killings are merely the patriarchy doing what the patriarchy does in all cultures.
Their mouths are closed in submissive smiles. We won't speak out. We wear hijab, or at least respect hijab; please do not rape us.
Their head are bowed in further submission; we respect your culture. Please do not beat us. Again.
But they know that all is not well, these cowards who pick the soft easy target. #metoo not Rotherham, Telford and Oxford. Look at the scarlet cheeks. They burn with shame
Shame on them indeed.