Trump and the Women’s Strike

The International Women’s  Day on March 8 was the next step in a series of protests aimed at removing Donald Trump from the White House. The idea to call for a women’s strike is not new but this time it should show the new administration what America would be without the work of women. The Women’s Strike website includes an Instagram feed where we see a picture from a protest for opposition leader Chuck Schumer. We can assume that none of these women was aware that she demonstrates for the deep state and not against an alleged „sexist“ as president.

Mainstream media’s function is to create a specific narrative which is now destroyed by exposing the CIA’s cyber war via Wikileaks. Part of it is to support every kind of protest so The New Yorker wrote on March 7: „Tomorrow is the Women’s Strike, the fourth of ten actions that have been called for by the organizers of the Women’s March on Washington. The strike was planned to coincide with International Women’s Day, and the march organizers, in tandem with a team organizing protests in forty countries around the world, have asked women to take whatever form of action their lives allow for. Take the day off from “paid and unpaid labor,” including housework and child care, if you can, or avoid shopping at corporate or male-owned businesses, or simply wear red in solidarity. There will be rallies in at least fifty cities around the United States.

Protest for Schumer as women’s representative

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Soros-style global feminism

Eve Ensler encouraged women to „vote with your vagina“, took part in the Women’s March and was the initiator of One Billion Rising against violence. Since 2013 women and girls in more and more cities of the world dance on February 14, this year the overall theme is fighting all kinds of exploitation. Though OBR never mobilizes as much women as the Women’s March on January 21 did we should take a closer look at it. When I attended OBR Vienna last year I felt pretty much alienated about the direction of the event and the speeches as „refugees“ (= illegal immigrants) were in the focus and there were partly heavy attacks on the Government.

As I then was in the midst of tracing all political activities back to transatlantic roots and George Soros I did the same research on women’s associations and networks. It turned out that even some kind of „aftershow party“ took place at a location which hosted a series of debates in cooperation with Soros‘ foundations and Soros himself was guest then. Now Eve Ensler is listed in Helena Glass ‚ blog among those Hollywood people reasonable people wo defend their country should boycott because they represent the Soros agenda. Eve Ensler wrote before the election like that: „Donald Trump is not a leader or a presidential candidate. He is an outcome, a viral manifestation of a serious malignant illness. He is the mirror of our emptiness, the emptying out that has been happening to our country for a very long time.“

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Going after Barron and Melania Trump

If you are in the middle of the mainstream and attack a person you are not very courageous. Civil courage is on the contrary defined as standing alone against others because you feel that you must defend somebody or something. So it is a matter for cowards to go after Barron and Melania Trump either because they seem easier targeted or because haters are tired of denouncing Donald Trump. MSM now defend Barron Trump and use him to bash his father suggesting he is a poor child with such a dad. This German article shows that in Europe and in the U.S.  Barron was in the focus of not really funny „jokes“.  The agenda against Donald Trump (the „narcisst“ and „lunatic“ in the White House) is expanded to Barron and Melania Trump.

So journalists, comedians and whoever has a Twitter account or can publish elsewhere are invited to speculate: Do we have to be sorry for Barron growing up in a „golden cage“? Was he bored by the inauguration and could her perhaps be (a little bit) autistic? Will he become „this first home school shooter“ als Katie Rich has put it? By the way she seems to have lost her Saturday Night Live job but will soon get another. It is common to draw back a little bit when the effect is predominantly negative stating that it was „just fun“. But whoever has written real political satire knows the difference between substantial and sharp critic and mere offensive provocation.

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Donald and Barron Trump (Twitter)

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This is the real danger for women

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?“

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