Possessing a vagina is a matter of biology, not a political argument

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The hilarious and blunt Katie Hopkins’ impressions of the Women’s march in Washington are quite simple. What she observed was an excited army of women enjoying each others company but totally lacking a common purpose. Mixed messages and empty slogans mixed with readings from the Koran and created a confused and sometimes nasty atmosphere. Madonna set the tone saying that she felt like blowing up the White House.

Her sign said; ‘I am more than my vagina’. I asked her why she was at the Women’s March on Washington. She said it was because she wanted to show what democracy really meant.

Another white lady held a placard reminding me that ‘white silence = white consent but Black Lives Matter #BLM’. She said she was marching because women own their own bodies.

And a lady, pushing a stroller with two children on board, facing down the secret service, with a sign that made it clear Trump is ‘Not My President’.

Even the speakers sounded confused. As I ate a three piece chicken meal with a side of slaw to recover from hearing the Koran read out in Washington Cathedral, I listened to one manic woman yell at the crowd;

‘We are women. And you are we. And we are you’, gesturing to make her point clear. It wasn’t. But the crowd loved it all the same.

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Guest Post: Why I am not a feminist

Paula R Stern

Paula R Stern Paula R. Stern is the CEO of WritePoint Ltd, a leading technical writing company in Israel. She is also a popular blogger with her work appearing on her own sites, A Soldier’s Mother and PaulaSays, as well as IsraellyCool and a number of other Jewish and Israeli sites. You can read Paula’s blog here


When I was 20 years old, I took a course at Columbia University for the easy A I expected (and got). It was called “Women and Religion” and was presented by a Jewish woman who declared on the very first day that she was a “witch.” It was attended by many different young women, though I only remember one.

Her mother was Catholic; her father was Jewish. By Catholic rule, she was a Jew; by Jewish rule, she was not Jewish (I won’t say we rule that she is a Catholic – we simply say that according to Jewish law, which is matriarchal, she was not a Jew).

Her response to this was that she hated both religions; all religions. The class had little to do with “Women AND religion” and everything to do with “Women AGAINST religion.” I thought about dropping the course but I really needed that filler course and so I decided to continue and take it as a philosophical experiment. I never argued back in anger because I really felt more pity than anything else.

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Ex Green party leader blackmailing Fonterra

What is it with these so-called Green virtue signalling bastards who think that blackmail and blockades are valid methods for discussing changes to private businesses.

A protest to stop Fonterra from burning coal in its factories is underway in South Canterbury.

Five people, including former Green Party leader Jeanette Fitzsimons, have chained themselves to the gate of the Clandeboye Dairy Factory.

She said Fonterra is the second biggest user of coal in the country, and they have been trying for some time to get the company to switch to wood chips.   Read more »

That awkward moment when you realise a Sharia Law advocate organised a Women’s rights march

Did you hear the joke about the paedophile that organised the children’s rights march?

What about the one about the butcher who organised the vegetarian food festival?

My favourite has to be the Sharia law advocate that organised a Women’s rights march…

You’ll also know when you’re living under Sharia law when you get arrested for adultery after being raped. Doesn’t sound very nice, does it?

A Sharia law activist promoting women’s rights is like fu@#ing for virginity. It is utterly insane. Under Sharia law, the only rights woman have are the right to be exploited, dominated, controlled and to be valued as having half the worth of a man.

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Reactions to the Women’s March

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Castor Oil and Whale Oil…What’s the Connection?

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‘Fascism’ has as many different meanings as it has voicers; the noun was intentionally coined that way. The word was invented by Mr Mussolini to describe his fledgling political movement and means ‘bundles of resistance, gathered together in strength’. The intelligent Mr M refused to ever be pinned down as to what the core value, the essence, of fascism was; “The fascisti,” Il Duce announced, “are the gypsies of Italian politics; not being tied down to any fixed principles”. Despite its malleable principles Il Duce knew which two qualities would characterise his political movement; it would be Authoritarian and Totalitarian, words he used to describe it often, and proudly.

Indisputably Socialist in origin, ‘fascism’ has been hijacked by modern leftist ‘liberals’ to apply to any sort of alt-right or even slightly conservative views; opposition to mass immigration being but one example. This is a deliberate deceit, perhaps to disguise the left’s historical alignment with, along with admiration and enthusiasm for, its earliest practitioners. But that is not the point I wish to make. It is the method of fascism that is important.   Read more »


“You will never be ignored again”

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The media made a big thing of how few people turned up for Trump’s inauguration.  They determined it was a negative, a mark of his lack of support and how many voters despise him.  It’s a pity that their collective heads are still so far up that orifice at the other end of their body that they didn’t see or understand what was in front of them.  Trump couldn’t give a stuff how many Washington ‘darlings’ turned up.

Trump wasn’t elected by the elite, the sycophants who grace the Capital’s halls of power, the sleazy celebrities who scratch each other’s backs (or eyes out) to gain notoriety, the Clintonesque who are bigger than the laws and regulations they make and he certainly wasn’t elected by the arrogant, childish media who continue their desperate campaign to denigrate and undermine.

So President Donald Trump didn’t even bother to address them.  Instead he reached out to ‘middle’ America.  He spoke to those who have been ignored by a supercilious Obama and a power-at-all-costs Clinton.  Trump’s ringing message is – “you will never be ignored again”.  He delivered a message of hope to the struggling, the people at the heart of the American economy; the people who have America a great nation despite all its warts and the people who are sick and tired of the hollow and plastic world of Washington.

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UK the First Cab off the Rank

Obama told the UK to fall into line on his EU needs, or it would face dire consequences.  The voters told him where to go.  Obama indicated the UK would now be the last cab off the rank in any trade negotiations.

The reward is that President Trump has turned that around.

Theresa May will become the first world leader to visit President Donald Trump in the White House amid revelations he refers to her as ‘my Maggie’.

The Prime Minister, who was the tenth world leader to be phoned by Mr Trump after his election, was due to meet him in February but will now fly out next week.

The pair are expected to discuss a new deal for Britain as it prepares to exit the EU and Mr Trump hopes their co-operation will match the friendship between Ronald Reagan and Margaret Thatcher in the 1980s.

There is a cold wind blowing towards New Zealand and it’s not climate change.


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