Women’s March Woes: Black Activists Tell White Activists to ‘Check Your Privilege’. Woah 😲https://t.co/D7smy0dukv— GlobalAwareness101 (@Mononoke__Hime) January 17, 2017
Wow, the "tolerant and loving" Leftist are at it again. 🙁 Pro-Life Women Banned From ‘Inclusive’ Women’s March https://t.co/EIXmkEl4FE— GlobalAwareness101 (@Mononoke__Hime) January 17, 2017
Congress's Planned Parenthood Investigations Find Horrifying, Criminal Practices. PP CEO earns $590,928/yr [1/15/17] https://t.co/QQvAYdGCh3— GlobalAwareness101 (@Mononoke__Hime) January 16, 2017
Republicans Confirm Planned Parenthood Will Lose Federal Funding As Soon As Next Month [01/05/2017] https://t.co/SknhFkgltt— GlobalAwareness101 (@Mononoke__Hime) January 20, 2017
Even though the Women’s March claims inclusivity – as least they did in the beginning – they are excluding the majority of American women who find abortion to be morally wrong and believe in protecting families, defending the marginalized, and achieving social justice. Instead of a march to promote those worthy values and truly be inclusive, the event has turned into a rallying cry for the radical abortion industry to save their own baby: taxpayer funding of Planned Parenthood.
Across the country, women who oppose abortion — including one in six women who supported Hillary Clinton, according to a recent survey by the Pew Research Center — are demanding to be officially included in Saturday’s Women’s March on Washington. But those requests have been spurned, creating a bitter rift among women’s organizations, and raising thorny questions about what it means to be a feminist in 2017.
👏😍💞 RT @TwitchyTeam Perfect: Patricia Heaton turns the tables on 'pro-choice' Jessica Valenti https://t.co/1CNFXs1Old …— GlobalAwareness101 (@Mononoke__Hime) January 17, 2017
😂😂😂 that's fresh coming from a Muslim woman who lives under oppressive Islam where women have NO RIGHTS such as women are forced to wear the hijab, niqab etc. , women and girls are murdered in Islam if they offend their family honor, women and girls are forbidden to leave Islam or they are killed by family, they don't have a choice. Women are subjugated under Islamic laws. She should be fighting for Muslim women's rights in Islam. AND on top of that this Muslim Arab woman is supporting Planned Parenthood whose founder was disgusted by her race procreating. PLUS, Palestinian mothers raise their children to become Islamist suicide bombers AND their surviving family get paid by the Palestinian Authority for obediently sacrificing their children for Islam. That is the ugly demonic spirit of Moloch. [emphasis mine]
Right?! 😒 RT @jihadwatchRS Where are anti-Trump marchers defending women against abuse by Sharia-adherent Muslims? https://t.co/8crdwWFOvD— GlobalAwareness101 (@Mononoke__Hime) January 17, 2017
Great piece! RT @randysayswhat @democracynow Don't let the haters hijack a global movement for women's rights: https://t.co/Xm30wbH261— GlobalAwareness101 (@Mononoke__Hime) January 22, 2017
@democracynow how ignorant can she be? No where in the ME do women have rights as in Israel. They are property elsewhere, including in PA— SSG Bernese 🇮🇱 🇺🇸 (@Berner954) January 22, 2017
@democracynow "intersectionality" y'all. part of the lefty canon. you must hate Jews & white ppl, but love Muslims, abortion & solar power.— (((ruhrose))) (@ludditeblogger) January 22, 2017
@democracynow She should take her ass to Saudi Arabia and do some real work for women, but she's just a commie coward.— DCinAZ (@DCinAZ) January 22, 2017
@democracynow Commie criminals for Palestine!— David Bernstein (@ProfDBernstein) January 21, 2017
@democracynow The least covered story by the media is the antisemitism of the left.— Jeff Cunningham (@cunninghamjeff) January 22, 2017
@democracynow Except if you are Jewish and or Muslim women in almost every Muslim country including Palestinian women. #LiberalIdiots— Eat my art (@danjdob) January 21, 2017
@democracynow— (((Margie))) (@MargieInTelAviv) January 21, 2017
Freedom for Palestine to ram and stab Jews while refusing to negotiate peace.
We have all the powers we had [before Trump was elected] of lobbying and pressuring and making clear that the political consequences are great. We may look up and feel powerless and think there’s nothing we can do, but it’s not true. There are things we can do at each level. And there’s always civil disobedience. Trump is not my president.
We will send a strong message to the incoming administration that millions of people across this country are prepared to fight attacks on reproductive health care, abortion services, and access to Planned Parenthood, as they intersect with the rights of young people, people of color, immigrants, and people of all faiths, backgrounds, and incomes.
On the march group’s Facebook page, it is easy to see how complicated the idea of the “women’s vote,” an already mythological concept, has become, and how difficult it might be for organizers to fulfill their aim of gathering women who remain fiercely divided on reproductive rights, gun control, same-sex marriage and immigration, among other issues.Not everyone on the page believes, for instance, that Hillary Clinton would have made a good president, or that Stephen K. Bannon, a chief strategist under Mr. Trump, holds divisive views about minorities. Debates over both have sprung up in recent days. Bob Bland, one of the march organizers, said in an email that organizers in Maryland had to change a Facebook page from public to private to protect the safety of women who want to attend.
“Birth control is not contraception indiscriminately and thoughtlessly practiced. It means the release and cultivation of the better racial elements in our society, and the gradual suppression, elimination and eventual extirpation of defective stocks–those human weeds which threaten the blooming of the finest flowers of American civilization.” (From this 1923 NYT story: http://goo.gl/z0ZdV, quoted in this study: http://goo.gl/7n4I9)
“The eugenists wanted to shift the birth control emphasis from less children for the poor to more children for the rich. We went back of that and sought first to stop the multiplication of the unfit. This appeared the most important and greatest step towards race betterment.” (From her biography: http://goo.gl/XRUC0)
“Today Eugenics is suggested by the most diverse minds as the most adequate and thorough avenue to the solution of racial, political and social problems.” (From this essay: http://goo.gl/dDyTW)
“The unbalance between the birth rate of the ‘unfit’ and the ‘fit,’ admittedly the greatest present menace to civilization, can never be rectified by the inauguration of a cradle competition between these two classes. In this matter, the example of the inferior classes, the fertility of the feeble-minded, the mentally defective, the poverty-stricken classes, should not be held up for emulation… On the contrary, the most urgent problem today is how to limit and discourage the over-fertility of the mentally and physically defective.” (October 1921: http://goo.gl/XRUC0)
“Knowledge of birth control is essentially moral. Its general, though prudent, practice must lead to a higher individuality and ultimately to a cleaner race.” (From the NYU archive of her papers, in 1918: http://goo.gl/KaFVv)