Since January Alexander Van der Bellen, the former head of the Green Party, is Austrian President. His campaign had some parallels to that of Emmanuel Macron as it was called a „movement“ and labelled as „independent“. After he and Norbert Hofer (Freedom Party) remained for the second round it was a constellation similar to France with the whole establishment for one candidate. A TV report now quotes Van der Bellen discussing in March with schoolkids saying literally: „It is the right of a woman – do men also wear headscarfs? – to dress however they like. This is my opinion. And not only Muslim women. Every woman can wear a hijab. And when things proceed this way – which brings me to the next question – concerning the real increase of islamophobia the day will come when we ask all women to wear a hijab, also in solidarity whith those who do it for religious reasons.“
When the TV report cut him off the full version (on the Facebook page of the EU in Vienna) this makes it even worse as he compared veiled women with the legend of Danes who in WW II attached Yellow Stars to their clothes in order to protect Jews (which is untrue). The increase of Antisemitism in Europe is not a result of never dying out Nazis but of mass immigration from Muslim countries and authorities who are unable to deport whoever has no right to get asylum. While Van der Bellen’s team complains that the public broadcaster ORF took him „out of context“ (in „Report„) this context makes it even worse. Those who intimidate not only Jews are compared with Jews whose lives were in danger. If we try to imagine what Austria or any other Western country whould look like if „all women wear hijab in solidarity“ it is the picture of a state completely overtaken by Islam.
(Social Democrat) Women for Van der Bellen (Facebook)
Videos from a protest in New York show how leftists and Muslims both pause to several „Allahu Akbar“ cries. This is more than at the Women’s March in Berlin, Germany where a woman on the stage suddenly yelled „Allahu Akbar“ two times. So the real agenda gets more and more clear without revealing too much to those who still follow it. While President Trump was called a liar as he pointed at the situation in Sweden violence errupted in the once peaceful Skandinavian country. It is still most important that Sweden has a „feminist government“ which is not worried about the rising rape rate and willing to wear a Hijab when visiting Iran.
Mainstream Media now critize Marine Le Pen, the Head of Front National, who refused to wear a headscarf so a meeting with the Grand Mufti in Lebanon was cancelled (while Michelle Obama got support for that visiting Saudi Arabia). They bashed her because she didn’t submit to rules applied only to women and oppressive from feminists‘ point of view. Who is now really a „feminist“ – Le Pen or Swedish Ministers who want to be (quite traditional) nice girls? If you watch videos from the „I’m a Muslim too“-march in New York with leftist solidarity it makes you shiver because that is designed to be our future. Infowars created Social Justice Warrior „Rainbow Snatch“ and demonstrates how parody meets reality.
It seems unbelievable that millions of women turned out to the streets under the notion that Donald Trump is the worst sexist ever. But this is the classic color- or theme-revolution strategy carried out by assets of George Soros and other globalists in so many countries. In this case the color is pink (see all these „pussyhats“ on videos) and the theme is Donald Trumps alleged violation of women’s rights. In order to hide how poor their „arguments“ are his enemies launch memes in social media as „proofs“ that he is „no gentleman“ compared to Obama showing both couples, the Trumps and the Obamas.
Even some women who have realized that the hyped „refugees“ issue in Europe is about illegal immigration and cultural dominance fall into this trap. Geopolitics and the role of covert strategies is for most of them – in their own words – „too complicated“ to look through so they buy fake news mainstreams‘ portrait of the new President. And they support the Women’s March either in one of many cities outside the U.S. or at least on Facebook or Twitter. „How do you stop good people from hurting themselves?“ asked Eileen Toplansky: „How do you stop good people from careening over a cliff? How do you protect decent Jewish philanthropic women from aligning with groups who would be quite happy to hurt them in many ways?“