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Tuesday, September 05, 2006

Fjordman on Feminism and Islam

The Fjordman, writing over on the Brussels Journal, believes that the rise of Feminism has led directly to European dhimnitude:
I got many comments on my posts about Muslim anti-female violence in Scandinavia. Several of my readers asked what Scandinavian men are doing about this. What happened to those Vikings, anyway? Did they drink too much mead in Valhalla? Despite the romantic mystique surrounding them today, the Vikings were for the most part savage barbarians. However, I doubt they would have looked the other way while their daughters were harassed by Muslims. In some ways, this makes present-day Scandinavians worse barbarians than the Vikings ever were.

One of the reasons for this lack of response is a deliberate and pervasive censorship in the mainstream media, to conceal the full scale of the problem from the general public. However, I suspect that the most important reason has to do with the extreme anti-masculine strand of feminism that has permeated Scandinavia for decades. The male protective instinct doesn’t take action because Scandinavian women have worked tirelessly to eradicate it, together with everything else that smacks of traditional masculinity.
He adds:
Didn’t feminists always claim that the world would be a better place with women in the driver’s seat, because they wouldn’t sacrifice their own children? Well, isn’t that exactly what they are doing now? Smiling and voting for parties that keep the doors open to Muslim immigration, the same Muslims who will be attacking their children tomorrow?
The matriarchy, as a system, has thus failed to be 'motherly' in any meanningful sense. As the majority of females continue to vote for pro-immigration on mass, children are being slaughtered on the underground or having the value of their citizenship degraded by millions of low-skilled immigrants. However, concomitant with this, a recent study found that mothers are more likely to be against immigration than pro.

Thus we have a bizarre paradox, in which feminists and non-mothers are the most pro-immigrant group and mothers are the most anti-immigrant. So, the obvious question has to be: is there an explanation for this?


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