Træt af at være forkælet

I Ekstra Bladet kunne man læse noget så fantastisk som hvad der gjorde en global meningsdanner træt. Svaret var det at være ung i Danmark. Bemærkelsesværdigt handlede det ikke om at drikke  mange øl, noget unge danskere er gode til og som gør een træt. Nej, den globale meningsdanner er træt af at Anders Fogh ladet ordet ’rundkredspædagogik’ så negativt, at Morten Østergaard har skåret i SUen, at Women against Feminism bliver større, træt af multinationale selskaber og PiaKjærsgaard.

Den globale meningsdanner er 18 år og hedder Sophie W og hun er global meningsdanner for Mellemfolkeligt Samvirke. Jeg ved ærligt talt ikke, hvad det betyder, men det er ironisk både at høre, hvad der gør unge mennesker trætte og at det globale er rent danske forhold. Vi kan trøste med at ungdom kun er en overgang. Om få år, og de går hurtigt min pige, vil du savne ungdommen og den ulidelige træthed når du som os andre ruiner kæmper med nedslidthed.

Men vi vil også komme med en lille advarsel, hvis Sophie W skulle bevæge sig uden for sit mellemfolkelige samvirke, for danske unge har det globalt set bedre end så mange andre. Et par eksempler fra samme dags rundtur på nettet viser at det også kan være trættende at være ung inder i England som Daily Mail skriver

This photo shows the horrific injuries a Sikh woman suffered after being attacked by her father-in-law because he thought she was having an affair with a Muslim man.

Jageer Mirgind was left blind and scarred for life after 51-year-old Manjit Mirgind slashed her wrists and stabbed her in the eyes screaming ‘I am going to kill you’.

Mrs Mirgind’s children, just three and six years old, watched the horrific attack at their mother’s home in Kensington Gardens, Ilford, East London, and pleaded with their grandfather to stop.

The mother has been left partially-sighted in both eyes while the children can no longer sleep alone and have recurring nightmares.

The crazed attacker wrongly believed his daughter-in-law was ’sleeping with a Paki’ and that she had ‘ruined his family’, Snaresbrook Crown Court heard.

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Det er også trættende at være ung fra negerland som The Express skriver

The mutilation, a traditional practice in the west African republic of Cameroon, aims to deter unwanted male attention, pregnancy and rape by delaying the signs that a girl is becoming a woman.

Experts believe the custom is being practised among the several thousand Cameroonians living in Britain. Schools are training staff to look out for signs of the barbaric practice. The move follows heightened awareness of female genital mutilation.

Campaigners want to see the same prominence given to other forms of cultural abuse, such as breast ironing. Margaret Nyuydzewira, co-founder of the charity CAME Women’s And Girl’s Development Organisation, says authorities need to take action faster than they have on stopping FGM in the UK.

Trættende at være ung i Iran

Trættende af være ung pige i Ægypten

Vi frygter at ikke danske unge ville møde Sophie Ws træthed med alt fra manglende empati henover dummeflade til en decideret dragt prygl.

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Når Ulve hyler II

Akademia, Demografi, Diverse, Ligestilling, Multikultur, Race, Racisme, USA, venstrefløjen — Drokles on November 6, 2014 at 6:24 pm

Som nævnt tidligere har videoen af en ung mørkklædt kvinde der går gennem New Yorks gader vakt en del opsigt. I løbet af de ti timers vandring fik Shoshana Roberts, kvinden i sort, en del tilråb fra opmærksomme mænd. Gruppen Hollaback, der har produceret videoen, ville sætte fokus på mænds nogen gange ublu seksualisering af unge kvinder, men, som man selv kunne se, var det ikke bare mænd over en bred karm. Tilråbene og den uønskede opmærksomhed kom fra sorte og off-white amerikanere. Og det ramte lige ned i venstrefløjens ømme kognitive dissonans. Charles C W Cooke, giver et fremragende resume for National Review

As it has grown in popularity, the video has been transformed into a blank canvas, onto which America’s brave advocates of hyphenated-justice have sought to project their favored social theories. Evidently unwilling to let the spot stand on its own, Purdue’s Roxanne Gay wrote sadly that “it’s difficult and uncomfortable to admit that we have to talk about race/class/gender/sexuality/ability/etc, all at once.” Alas, she was not alone. Soon, the claims of “sexism” had been joined by accusations of “racism” and of “classism,” Hollaback had been forced to acknowledge that it had upset the more delicate among us, and those who had celebrated the video had been denounced as unreconstructed bigots. By this process was its message diluted and appropriated, the country’s most prominent peddlers of grievance and discord electing to squabble and bicker over its meaning, and to strip it of its value in favor of their own, fringe fixations.

In the exquisitely calibrated judgment of The Nation’s “racial justice” guru, Aura Bogado, the spot was “deeply problematic,” serving not to highlight the frequency with which women are bothered on the street, but instead perpetuating “the myth of the cult of white white womanhood by literally placing this white woman in neighborhoods where men of color will be the ones who catcall (or, in some instances, say hello to) her.” “Doing so,” Bogado writes, “makes it appear as if men of color are the perpetrators of all that is bad on this planet, which can only be balanced with the exigent need to therefore save white women above all else.” The only solution, she says, is to remake the video with a “universalizing” cast: the camera centering on, “say, a black trans woman.”

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Consider how far its critics are stretching to discredit the experiment’s results. On Wednesday, Roxanne Gay suggested with palpable irritation that “the racial politics of the video are f****d up. Like, she didn’t walk through any white neighborhoods?” For her part, Salon’s Emily Gould went full circle, seeking to justify the behavior of the maligned cat-callers by submitting that they had been forced into it by the actions of white people writ large. “This kind of harassment,” Gould wrote, “can be a way marginalized groups talk back to the white gentrifiers taking over their neighborhoods.” In and of itself, this view strikes me as being grotesquely condescending — the perverse cousin, perhaps, of precisely the sort of racial stereotyping that progressives believe they have been divinely called upon to destroy.

To contend that the minorities depicted in the video are mere victims of circumstance and that they have been forced by their conditions into badgering innocent women on the street is to contend that those minorities lack agency, intelligence, sensitivity, and the capacity to reason — that they are child-like figures who act on their base instincts and who need excusing and explaining by their betters. Oddly enough, it is also to contend that the victim was either a “white gentrifier” herself, or a proxy for white gentrifiers, and that she therefore deserved the treatment she received. This presumption, it should go without saying, is typically anathema to the arbiters of feminist thought. One cannot help but wonder whether, weighed down by their own contradictions, the champions of “empowerment” have at last become what they despise themselves?

Og der er allerede fortaget flere efterligninger af Shoshana Roberts vandring: En hunk i New York, en transvestit i Los Angeles og en kvindelig kriger i Skyrim - hvor ellers?

Når ulve hyler

Demografi, Diverse, Ligestilling, Multikultur, Race, Racisme, Ytringsfrihed — Drokles on October 31, 2014 at 4:07 am

Skuespilleren Shoshana Roberts gik i 10 timer gennem New Yorks gader, mens hun blev filmet i skjul. Ideen var at vise, hvorledes nogle mænd hverken kan holde deres øjne eller tanker for sig selv

Bortset fra klammoerne, der følger hende er fleste kommentarer ikke ondsindede omend lettere kiksede til det ucharmerende. Og de giver måske et indtryk af en virkelighed, de fleste af os (desværre) er ikke er forundt, som Allahpundit pointerer på Hot Air, hvor han selv har følgende sigende anekdote

The only time I can recall being present when a woman was catcalled on the streets was once a few years ago when I was getting off the subway and a beautiful blonde woman dressed for a night out was getting on. Men stopped in their tracks; someone in the vicinity (no, not me) said, loudly enough for everyone nearby to hear, “Oh yeah, that’s a ten.”

“Oh yeah, that’s a ten” er en sigende bemærkning fordi den ikke anråber vores opmærksomhed, som “Se den røv!”, men selvfølgeligt antager den og sætter en kommentar på. Den er næsten bedre end videoen, var det ikke for den vandrende babe.

Nu er almindelig sexchikane på gadeplan, hvis maskuline komplimenter absolut skal kaldes det, ikke Monokulturs største interesse. Men det er chancen for lidt lummer racisme derimod. For at dømme efter udseende og stemmeføring kommer 2/3 af bemærkningerne fra negre. Og af resten virker det lettere latinohvidt. En neger har måske derfor indvendinger.

Når man slår ned i et kobbel ulve…

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Ifølge BT har Shoshana Roberts siden modtaget trusler, men om dem ved vi ikke mere end at det øjensynlig blot er fra mænd.

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