Recently FEMEN, a feminist group very active in Europe, once again proved more courageous than most feminists in America by protesting at a Muslim cleric conference in Pontoise, France. The protestors entered disguised in the repulsive head-to- toe garments that Muslim men force women to wear.
When the Muslim “holy men” were discussing the Koran’s blessing on beating women the swashbuckling activists ran onstage and removed the outfits, revealing their naked bodies with feminist slogans written on them.
“Personne ne me soumet” (“No one subjugates me”) and “Je suis mon proper prophete” (“I am my own prophet”) were two of the slogans. FEMEN has earned an international reputation as one of the painfully few feminist organizations courageous enough to tackle Islam’s oppression of women.
Here in the United States those FEMEN slogans would have been deemed “hate speech” and banned for being “offensive to Muslims.” To our spineless media and politicians everyone has to be inclusive … except for the privileged Muslims.
FEMEN’s inspiring statement denouncing Muslim Apartheid went far beyond the mushy politically correct gibberish spouted by the hypocritical cowards of what masquerades as western liberalism in the 21st Century. Here is FEMEN’s statement in full: Continue reading